Battle of The Saintes - Order of Battle - France

France

Admiral the Comte de Grasse's fleet
Ship Guns Commander Fate
Ardent 64 de Gouzillon captured
Auguste 80 de Castellan
Chef d'escadre Louis Antoine de Bougainville
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Bourgogne 74
Brave 74
César 74 captured, but burnt
Citoyen 74
Conquérant 74
Couronne 80 Claude Mithon de Genouilly
Dauphin Royal 70 Pierre, comte de Roquefeuil
Destin 74
Diadème 74
Duc de Bourgogne 80
Éveillé 64
Glorieux 74 captured
Hector 74 captured
Hercule 74
Languedoc 80
Magnanime 74
Magnifique 74
Marseillais 74
Neptune 74
Northumberland 74
Palmier 74
Pluton 74
Réfléchi 64
Richemond frigate Montemart
Sceptre 74
Scipion 74
Souverain 74
Triomphant 80 Jean-François Du Cheyron
Ville de Paris 104 François Joseph Paul de Grasse captured

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