Russian warship Nadezhda
It was built in London in the spring of 1800 as a 425-ton sloop named HMS Leander, and sold to Russia. It and the sloop-of-war Neva left England for the Baltic in May 1803, docking at Kronstadt on 5 June."1 It was renamed to Nadezhda and took part in the first Russian circumnavigation of the world with the Neva under Krusenstern2 It had a 58-member crew and 16 guns.3
The frigate name was the namesake of a gulf and Nadezhda Strait in the Okhotsk Sea, four capes in the Japan Sea and the Tatar Strait, and the Nadezhda Island (Sitka County, Alaska) in the Pacific Ocean.3
- Barratt (1987).
- Barratt (1988).
- "Training Sailcraft “Nadezhda” – Historical Background"
- Barratt, Glynn (1987). The Russian Discovery of Hawai'I: The Ethnographic and Historic Record. Editions Limited. ISBN 978-0-915013-08-1.
- Barratt, Glynn (1988). The Russians and Australia (Russia and the South Pacific 1696-1840) (Vol I). University of British Columbia. ISBN 978-0-7748-0291-8
- Tredrea, John and Eduard Sozaev. (2010). Russian Warships in the Age of Sail, 1696-1860: Design, Construction, Careers and Fates. Seaforth Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84832-058-1.
|This article about a specific military ship or boat of the Soviet Union or Russia is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
Content from Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia
What Is This Site? The Ultimate Study Guide is a mirror of English Wikipedia. It exists in order to provide Wikipedia content to those who are unable to access the main Wikipedia site due to draconian government, employer, or school restrictions. The site displays all the text content from Wikipedia. Our sponsors generously cover part of the cost of hosting this site, and their ads are shown as part of this agreement. We regret that we are unable to display certain controversial images on some pages the site at the request of the sponsors. If you need to see images which we are unable to show, we encourage you to view Wikipedia directly if possible, and apologize for this inconvenience.
A product of XPR Content Systems. 47 Union St #9K, Grand Falls-Windsor NL A2A 2C9 CANADA