Ottoman Fleet

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Battle Of Andros (1696) - The Battle
... On 20 August the north wind dropped and at 5pm the Ottoman fleet appeared again off the town and opened fire, with little result, before becoming becalmed to the ... west, the galleys towing the sailing ships, toward the south end of the Ottomans, who were arranged vaguely in an easterly Ottoman line and a westerly African line, but mainly in ... At about 2pm the rowing vessels detached and formed a line abreast to the south of the Ottomans ...
Cretan War (1645–1669) - War - Naval War - Battles of The Dardanelles, 1654–1657
... For 1654, the Ottomans marshaled their strength the Arsenal (Tersâne-i Âmire) in the Golden Horn produced new warships, and squadrons from Tripolitania and Tunis arrived to strengthen ... The strengthened Ottoman fleet that sailed forth from the Dardanelles in early May numbered 79 ships (40 sailing ships, 33 galleys and 6 galleasses), and further 22 ... the 26 ships of the Venetian blockade fleet under Giuseppe Dolfin ...
Battle Of Matapan - Events
... to find an advantageous position with respect to the Ottomans for several weeks, occasionally having to land to find water, the Allied force went to Marathonisi, near the top of the ... there were not enough galleys, and the Ottoman fleet, with 30 sailing ships, and 4 galleys, were seen to the south, at the west side of the bay entrance, on 19 July ... Diedo, unable to sail to the west of the Ottoman fleet, decided to sail slowly east, across the bay ...
Battle Of Zonchio
... It was a part of the Ottoman–Venetian War of 1499–1503 ... and 4 other types of ships, and in July 1499 met with the huge Ottoman fleet which was sent to him by Davud Pasha and took over its command in order to wage a ... The Ottoman fleet consisted of 67 galleys, 20 galliots and circa 200 smaller vessels ...
Sir John Duckworth, 1st Baronet - Service Against Napoleon - Mediterranean
... Duckworth was appointed second in command of the Mediterranean Fleet in 1805 primarily on consideration by the Admiralty of having a senior officer in the forthcoming operations with the Russian Navy ... of Tenedos with orders to take possession of the Ottoman fleet at Constantinople, thus supporting Dmitry Senyavin's Imperial Russian Navy in the Dardanelles Operation ... breach the shore batteries and reach the anchored Ottoman fleet ...

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    A city on th’ inconstant billows dancing;
    For so appears this fleet majestical.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)