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Cutty Sark and Foudroyant moored in Falmouth Harbour ca 1920
Foudroyant, built of teak in Bombay, was launched as HMS Trincomalee, a Leda class frigate of the Royal Navy, on 12 October 1817.
She was sold for scrap in 1897 and bought by Geoffrey Wheatley-Cobb.
Geoffrey Wheatley-Cobb brought her to Falmouth in 1902 and moored her off Flushing as a training ship for boys. She was a significant feature of the inner harbour until 1927.
Foudroyant was renamed back to Trincomalee in 1992, and now lies afloat, fully restored at the National Museum of the Royal Navy at Hartlepool.
Trincomalee is the oldest British warship afloat today, and the second oldest in the world after the USS Constitution in Boston, USA