54.57 m (179.0 ft) (gundeck) 47.43 m (155.6 ft) (keel)
14.13 m (46.4 ft)
6.66 m (21.9 ft) (fore) 7.47 m (24.5 ft) (aft)
Depth of hold:
6.98 m (22.9 ft)
Lower deck:28 x 36-pounder guns
Upper deck: 30 x 18-pounder guns
Galliards: 16 x 8-pounder guns
The Bourgogne was a 74-gunship of the line of the French Navy. She was funded by a don des vaisseaux donation from the Estates of Bourgogne. She was commissioned in 1772, and served in the squadron of the Mediterranean, with a refit in 1775, and another in 1778.
On 4 May 1779, off Gibraltar, she took part in a naval action with Victoire against the 32-gun frigates HMS Thetis and Montreal. Montreal was captured, while Thetis managed to escape.