Russian warship Nadezhda
The Russian warship Nadezhda (Russian: Надежда, "hope") was a three-masted sloop-of-war frigate, commonly called "frigate Nadezhda" in Russia. It was built in London in the spring of 1800 as a 425-ton sloop named HMS Leander, sold to Russia in 1803, renamed to Nadezhda and took part in the first Russian circumnavigation under Krusenstern 
It had 58-member crew and 16 guns.
- "The Russians and Australia", by Glynn Barratt (1988) ISBN 077480291X
- "Training Sailcraft “Nadezhda” – Historical Background"
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