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CSS Fredericksburg Ironclad (1864)

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 11/14/2013

The CSS Fredericksburg was destroyed on April 4th, 1865 to prevent her capture by the North.

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Specifications for the
CSS Fredericksburg

Country of Origin: Confederate States
Initial Year of Service: 1864
Operators: Confederate States

Crew: 150

Length: 188ft (57.30m)
Beam: 40.2ft (12.25m)
Draught: 9.6ft (2.93m)
Displacement: 700tons

Machinery: 1 x Steam engine.

Surface Speed: 5kts (6mph)
Range: 4,785miles (7,701km)

1 x 11" (280mm) smoothbore cannon
1 x 8" (200mm) rifled cannon
2 x 6.4" (160mm) rifled cannons

Ship Class: CSS Fredericksburg
Number-in-Class: 1
Ships-in-Class: CSS Fredericksburg