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This is a ”’list of ships of the line”’ (ironclads, coastal defence ships or battleships) serving either in the [[Royal Danish Navy]] or the [[Royal Dano-Norwegian Navy]].

This is a ”’list of ships of the line”’ (ironclads, coastal defence ships or battleships) serving either in the [[Royal Danish Navy]] or the [[Royal Dano-Norwegian Navy]].


Latest revision as of 18:05, 9 February 2024

This is a list of ships of the line (ironclads, coastal defence ships or battleships) serving either in the Royal Danish Navy or the Royal Dano-Norwegian Navy.

Sail battleships (ships of the line)[edit]

  • Hercules 81 guns – Captured by Sweden 1563, returned 1570
  • Hector 38 guns – Captured by Sweden 1563 and renamed Danska Hektor, scuttled c. 1566
  • Hjort 46 guns – Captured by Sweden 1563, returned 1570
  • Byens Loffue 56 guns – Captured by Sweden 1564 and renamed Böse Lejon, returned 1570
  • Morian 47 guns – Captured by Sweden 1564 and renamed Danska Morian, returned 1570
  • David 42 guns – Captured by Sweden 1564, returned 1570
  • Skotske Pink 56 guns – Captured by Sweden 1564 and renamed Skotska Pincka, recaptured 1569
  • Jegermesther 90 guns – Captured by Sweden 1565, returned 1570
  • Merkurius – Storm 1566
  • Samson – Storm 1566
  • Hannibal – Storm 1566
  • Fortuna 80 guns
  • Prindse-Bark 64 guns
  • Samson 62 guns
  • Josaphat 52 guns
  • Josua 48 guns
  • Drage 42 guns
  • Trefoldighed 48 guns
  • Tre Løver 46 guns – Captured by Sweden 1644 and renamed Tre Lejon
  • Spes 38-66 (c. 1612) – BU 1673
  • Patienta 48 (c. 1616) – Captured by Sweden 1644
  • St Sophia 40 (c. 1624) – Wrecked in storm 1645
  • Oldenborg 32-42 (c. 1628) – Captured by Sweden 1644
  • Hannibal 44 guns
  • Viktoria 48 guns
  • Frederik 86 guns
  • Sofia Amalia 86 guns
  • Prinds Kristian
  • Norske Løve 44 guns
  • Tre Kroner 42 guns
  • Sorte Rytter 40 guns
  • Trefoldighed 66 guns
  • Lindorm 46 guns
  • København 32 guns – Rearmed to 50 guns, scuttled 1676
  • Tre Løver 60 guns
  • Nelleblad 46 guns
  • Norske Løve 86 guns – Wrecked 1666
  • Tre Kroner 74 guns
  • Oldenborg 47 guns?/48 guns
  • Slesvig 52 guns – Renamed Kurprinds
  • Prins Jørgen 52 guns
  • Delmenhorst 46 guns – Scuttled as part of Provesteen battery, 1713
  • Gyldenløve 36 guns – Rearmed to 56 guns, captured by Britain but released, 1694
  • Prinds Georg 80 guns – Scuttled as part of Trekroner battery, 1713
  • Charlotta Amalia 54 guns – Scuttled as part of Trekroner battery, 1713
  • Christianus V 86 guns
  • Anna Sofia 60 guns
  • Churprinds 76 guns
  • Nelleblad? 56 guns
  • Christiania 54 guns
  • Fredericus III 60 guns
  • Enighed 62 guns – Scuttled 1679
  • Neptunus 42 guns
  • Norske Løve 84 guns – Sank 1679
  • Flyvende Hjort 44 guns
  • Elephanten 84 guns
  • Prinds Frederik 84 guns
  • Tre Kroner 84 (c. 1664) – Scuttled as part of Trekroner battery, 1713
  • Christianus IV 50-64 (c. 1672) – Scuttled as part of Provesteen battery, 1719
  • Tomler 52 (c. 1682) – Scuttled as part of Provesteen battery, 1723
  • Sværdfisk 52 (c. 1682) – Scuttled as part of Provesteen battery, 1723
  • Slesvig 50/52 (c. 1684) – Storm 1711
  • Dannebroge 94 (c. 1692) – Blew up 1710
  • Tre Løver 78 guns
  • Prinds Christian 76 guns
  • Sophia Hedevig 76 guns
  • Dronning Louisa 70 guns
  • Prinds Carl 54 guns
  • Prinds Wilhelm 54 guns
  • Oldenborg 52 guns
  • Fredericus IV 110 guns
  • Justitia 90 guns (1707)
  • Haffru 70 guns
  • Beskjermer 64 guns
  • Ebenetzer 64 guns
  • Ditmarsken 50 guns
  • Laaland 50 guns
  • Dronning Anna Sophia 90 guns
  • Tre Løver 60 (c. 1730)
  • Prinsesse Charlotte Amalia 60 (c. 1731)
  • Prinsesse Louise 60 (c. 1731) – Discarded 1771?
  • Markgrevinde Sophia Christina 60 (c. 1732) – Discarded 1753?/56?
  • Christianus VI 90 (c. 1733) – Discarded 1769?
  • (Nye) Delmenhorst 50 (c. 1735) – Discarded 1777?
  • Jylland 70 (c. 1739) – Discarded 1761? (not to be confused with the frigate “Jylland”, c. 1801, present day museum)
  • Wenden 70/72 (c. 1742)
  • Kjøbenhavn 70 (c. 1744)
  • Fyen 50/52 (c. 1746)
  • Island 50/60 (c. 1751)
  • Stormar 60 (c. 1751)
  • Dronning Juliane Marie 70 (c. 1752) – Discarded 1788?
  • Fredericus V 90 (c. 1753) – Discarded 1775?
  • Sejer 60 (c. 1754)
  • Grønland 50 (c. 1756)
  • Kronprintz 70 (c. 1756)
  • Dannemark 70 (c. 1757)
  • Ebenetzer 50 (c. 1758)
  • St Croix 50 (c. 1758)
  • Mars 50 (c. 1760)
  • Jylland 70 (1762)
  • Norske Løve 70 (c. 1765)
  • Slesvig 50 (c. 1767)
  • Christian VII 90 (1767)
  • Øresund 60 (1768)
  • Prindsesse Vilhelmine Caroline 60 (1769)
  • Elefanten 70 (1774)- discarded 1802
  • Holsteen 60 (c. 1775)- captured by Royal Navy, Battle of Copenhagen 1801. Recommissioned as HMS Holstein 1802, renamed HMS Nassau 1805.
  • Dannebroge 60 (1773)- sunk, Battle of Copenhagen 1801
  • Wagrien 64 (1774)- sunk, Battle of Copenhagen 1801
  • Prindsesse Sophia Frederica 74 (1779) – captured by the British 1807
  • Justitia 74 (1780) – captured by the British 1807
  • Oldenburg 60-64 (c. 1779) – Discarded 1799?
  • Ditmarsken 64 (c. 1780) – Captured and destroyed by the British, 1807
  • Arveprinds Frederich 74 (1788) – captured by the British, 1807
  • Princess Louisa Augusta 64 (c. 1783) – Discarded 1829?
  • Kronprins Frederich 74 (1786) – captured by the British, 1807
  • Mars 64 (c. 1789) – captured and destroyed by the British, 1807
  • Nordstiernen 74 (c. 1788) – discarded 1805
  • Indfødsretten 64 (1787) – sunk, Battle of Copenhagen, 1801
  • Fyen 74 (1787) – captured by the British, 1807
  • Sjælland 74 (1791) – sunk, Battle of Copenhagen, 1801
  • Odin 74 (1791) – captured by the British, 1807
  • Neptunus 80 (1791) – Captured by Britain, aground and burnt 1807
  • Tre Kroner 74 (1789) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • Kronprindsesse Maria 70-74 (1791) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • Skjold 70 (1796) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • Dannemark 74 (1799) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • Sejeren 64 (1800) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • Waldemar 84 (1800) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • Norge 72 (1801) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • Christian VII 90 (1805) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • Prinds Christian Frederik 74 (1806) – destroyed and burned, Battle of Sjællands Odde 1808
  • Prindsesse Caroline 74 (1805) – Captured by Britain 1807
  • (3 battleships) 74 guns – Not launched; captured and destroyed by the British, 1807
  • Phoenix 60 (1811) – Discarded 1834
  • Danmark 66 (1818) – Discarded 1856
  • Dronning Marie 84 (1825) – Discarded 1862
  • Waldemar 94 (1830) – Discarded 1864
  • Frederik VI 94 (1832) – Discarded 1872
  • Skjold 94 guns (1836) – Discarded 1873
  • Christian VIII 84 (1841) – destroyed by coastal artillery, Eckernförde, 1849
  • Dannebrog 82 guns (1853) – Rebuilt 1863 as 16-gun armored frigate, discarded 1897

Steam battleships (ironclads)[edit]

Coastal defence ships[edit]

See also[edit]


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