French frigate Sirène (1795)
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On 8 June 1806, as she escorted a convoy of English prizes, she encountered several British frigates. She escaped after burning the merchantmen.
Sirène took part in the Battle of Cape Finisterre on 22 July 1805. In March of the following year, she took part in an expedition to destroy English whaling ships.
On 28 March 1808, she encountered and battle British squadron before escaping to Lorient. Too badly damaged to be repaired, she was used as a hulk and broken up in 1825.
|Laid down:||June 1794|
|Class and type:||Coquille class frigate|
|Tons burthen:||898 bm|
|Depth of hold:||3.6 metres|
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