Built in 1827, Bermuda.
Broken up in 1847.
- 1827 Lieut. David EDWARDS, 12/1826, Bermuda.
- 1828 Lieut. John Bunch Bonnemaison M'HARDY, 01/1828, Jamaica, who had previously served in ICARUS before receiving his commission.
On 6 June 1829 he captured a 16-gun Spanish slaver near Havana after a night action.
Three of PICKLE's crew were killed by the first enemy broadside but at close range the schooner's carronades were able to lay down a murderous fire and the Spaniard surrendered after half an hour.
350 slaves were found on board.
On 6 June 1829 she captured the slaver BOLADORA armed with 2x18pdr & 2x12pdr after a fierce fight lasting eighty minutes.
PICKLE had four killed and seven wounded.
The slaver, with more than twice the crew, lost ten killed and fourteen wounded.
M'HARDY was promoted to commander and Mate William FOWELL commended for his conduct in the action.
- 1831 Lieut. Thomas TAPLEN, 09/1830, West Indies.
On 18 June 1831 PICKLE captured the slaver ROTA and received prize money for her in 1833.
Lieut. Edward STOPFORD, 12/1831, West Indies.
- 1832 Lieut. Chris.
BAGOT, 01/1832, 1835 Lieut. Arch.
BULMAN, 05/1834, NAWI
- 1838 Lieut. Phillip HAST, 07/1837, NAWI
- 1840 Lieut. Frederick HOLLAND, 03/1839, NAWI
- 1842 Lieut. Fred.
MONTRESOR, 12/??, NAWI
- 1844 Lieut. Joseph BAINBRIDGE, 01/??, NAWI
In 1847 a slip was cut into the rock below the Spar Yard in the Dockyard on S. Ireland Is.
especially for PICKLE.