Built in 1806, Ipswich (Cruizer class).
Sold in 1830.
- 1807 George LANGFORD, Spithead.
- 1808 Ditto, North Sea.
On 2 March 1808 she chased and brought to action a Danish brig, ADMIRAL JAWL (28), and compelled her to strike.
SAPPHO had two wounded, the enemy two killed.
The Danish vessel was of unusual construction having twelve 18-pounder carronades on one deck and sixteen long 6-pounders on a second.
- 1808 William CHARLTON, West Indies.
- 1810 Hayes O'GRADY, 06/1810, Jamaica.
SAPPHO made a number of captures during the autumn of 1812:
- Schooner JOSEPHA from Baltimore to Havana 26 Sept.
- Sloop MOLLY from Philadelphia to Havana 27 Sept.
- Schooner BLANCHE 31 Oct.
- Schooner FLORA from San Domingo to Turk's Is.
- 13 Nov.
- Schooner MARY from Santiago to Alexandria 26 Nov.
- 1814 paid off at Sheerness.
- 1815-17 Chatham.
- 1818 H. PLUMRIDGE, 02/1818, St. Helena.
- 1820 James PLUMRIDGE, 02/1818, Cork.
- 1822-24 J. JONES, 02/1822, Cork.
- 1825 W. CANNING, 04/1825, Halifax.
SAPPHO was wrecked on the Canadian coast and her officers returned home in TWEED which sailed on 21 November and arrived at Plymouth on 14 December.