The Sirena 1793 was a frigate of the Spanish Armada that had previously served in the French Navy under the name Elene. Captured in May 1793 by frigates Santa Casilda and Perla, it returned to active service with the fleet based in Havana, doing mostly escorting service. In 1807, it was wrecked on the coast of Campeche (Mexico). This ship pack can also be used to represent the Spanish Frigate “Ifigenia 1795”.
The Concorde Class frigates were fifth-rate, 32-guns, fast and maneuverable ships. Three were built at Rochefort from 1777 to 1779 - the Courageuse, the Concorde and the Hermione. They were armed with twenty-six 12-pounder long guns on the main battery and lighter pieces of artillery – four 6-pounder guns on the forecastle and two on the poop deck – and were designed for a crew of 280.