Built in 1808, Bursledon (Cruizer class).
Broken up in 1841.
- John LAMBORN until he was posted in October 1810.
- 1811 Alex RENNY, 10/1810, Sheerness.
On 1 and 2 October 1811 Capt. RENNY faced a court martial aboard RAISONABLE in Sheerness harbour, on charges brought by his late 1st.
lieutenant, John HILL, alleging repeated drunkenness and cowardice.
He was honourably acquitted of all charges and the court said that they were at a loss for words to describe the malice, perversion of truth and insubordination which pervaded the officers of the TRINCULO.
- On 18 and 19 of the same month Act.
Lieut. CROKE was found guilty of contempt, improper language and conspiracy against Capt. RENNY.
He was admonished to be more circumspect in his conduct and rendered incapable of promotion for two years.
On the 2nd of the following February Lieut. Cornelius LASCELLES was also found guilty of conspiring against his commander and was dismissed the service.
- 1812 Ditto, Channel.
- 1814-15 ditto, Spithead.
- 1816-22 Portsmouth.
- 1824-25 Rodney SHANNON, 01/1823,Cork.
- 1827 Robert PATTON, 04/1827, Cork.
- 1828 Samuel PRICE, 09/1828, Cork.
Re-commissioned 06/1829, Cork.
- 1831-2 Plymouth.
- 1833 James BOOTH, 07/1833, Coast of Africa.
- 1836 H. J. PUGET (act), Coast of Africa.
- 1837 Plymouth.
- 1838 Henry COFFIN, 12/1836, Lisbon.