English Ship Revenge (1577)

English Ship Revenge (1577)

Revenge was an English race-built galleon of 46 guns, built in 1577 and captured by the Spanish in 1591, sinking soon afterwards. She was the first of thirteen English and Royal Navy ships to bear the name.

Read more about English Ship Revenge (1577):  Construction, Armament, Capture By The Spanish and Sinking (1591), Revenge in Literature

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