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HMS Caradoc - World Naval Ships Directory

HMS Caradoc

Name : HMS Caradoc
Laid Down : 21st February 1916
Launched : 23rd December 1916
Completed : 15th June 1917
Type : Cruiser
Class : Caledon
Builder : Scotts
Country : UK
Sequence : This is the 2nd ship with this name.
Pennants : D60
Fate : Scrapped March 1946

Converted to base ship April 1944.

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HMS Caradoc, 1917.


HMS Caradoc, 1917.


HMS Caradoc, 1917.


HMS Caradoc, 1935.


HMS Caradoc at Malta Harbour


HMS Caradoc.

Timeline Entries :


8th August 1914 - 6th Light Cruiser Squadron
23rd December 1916 - Launched at Messrs. Scott's
16th June 1917 - Captain William Munro Kerr
16th June 1917 - Commissioned
July 1917 - Northern area of the North Sea
August 1917 - Rejoined the squadron at Rosyth, after repairs in the Tyne
17th November 1917 - Took part in the Battle of Dogger Bank
11th November 1918 - Arrived Rosyth
22nd November 1918 - Sailed Rosyth for Copenhagen and the Baltic
24th November 1918 - Sailed Copenhagen for Libau
26th November 1918 - Arrived Libau
27th November 1918 - Sailed Libau for Reval
1st January 1919 - Arrived Helsingfors
2nd January 1919 - Sailed Helsingfors
4th January 1919 - Sailed Reval and went east to a position along the Esthonian coast near Narva
10th January 1919 - Arrived Portsmouth for refit
March 1919 - Joined 3rd Light Cruiser Squadron of the Mediterranean Fleet
10th March 1919 - Sailed Plymouth for Malta
10th March 1919 - Sailed Plymouth for Malta
4th April 1919 - Sailed Constantinople for Odessa
5th April 1919 - Arrived Odessa
11th April 1919 - Arrived Yalta
16th April 1919 - Sailed Yalta
17th April 1919 - Arrived Novorossisk
18th April 1919 - Sailed Novorossisk for Theodosia. Arrived same day
5th May 1919 - Relieved by HMS Marlborough in Kaffa Bay
1st June 1919 - 3rd Light Cruiser Squadron, Mediterranean Fleet
4th June 1919 - In the Black Sea
14th June 1919 - At Ack-hlanai position in Kaffa Bay
18th June 1919 - Mainland Bombardment
24th July 1919 - Sailed Sevastopol for Tendra Bay
1st August 1919 - Sailed Yalta for Tendra Bay
18th August 1919 - Arrived Sevastopol
22nd November 1919 - Sailed Sevastopol
17th April 1920 - Sailed Batum for Sochi
9th June 1920 - Arrived Gagri
9th June 1920 - Sailed Sukrum
26th June 1920 - Sailed Constantinople for Taranto
5th August 1920 - Sailed Sollum for Alexandria
21st February 1921 - Sailed Malta for Constantinople
25th August 1921 - Sailed Constantinople for Malta to be docked
25th August 1921 - Capt. G.P. Biggs-Wither in Command
3rd December 1921 - Sailed Gibraltar for Malta
19th May 1923 - At Constantinople
4th June 1927 - At Wuhu
19th July 1932 - Capt. Edward Neville Syfret Assumed Command
1st October 1932 - Capt. E. N. Syfret in Command
1st October 1932 - 5th Cruiser Squadron, China Station
20th May 1933 - Arrived Hong Kong
26th September 1933 - Arrived Shanghai
January 1934 - Capt. Edward Neville Syfret Relinquished Command
15th April 1934 - Sailed Hankow for Woosung
22nd April 1934 - Arrived Hong Kong
19th May 1934 - Arrived Singapore
22nd May 1934 - Sailed Singapore
23rd May 1934 - Arrived Belawaa
27th May 1934 - Arrived Penang
30th May 1934 - Arrived and sailed Penang
3rd June 1934 - Arrived Colombo
5th June 1934 - Sailed Colombo
11th June 1934 - Arrived Saigon
12th June 1934 - Arrived Aden
12th June 1934 - Arrived Aden
13th June 1934 - Sailed Aden
17th June 1934 - Arrived Suez
18th June 1934 - Arrived Port Said and sailed for Gibraltar
18th June 1934 - Arrived POrt Said
18th June 1934 - Sailed Suez
19th June 1934 - Sailed Port Said
25th June 1934 - Arrived Gibraltar
25th June 1934 - Arrived Gibraltar
26th June 1934 - Sailed Gibraltar
26th June 1934 - Sailed Gibraltar for Plymouth
39th June 1934 - Arrived Plymouth
7th August 1934 - At Plymouth for Navy Week
13th August 1934 - In reserve at Plymouth
January 1938 - Reserve Fleet, UK
9th August 1939 - Attended Review of the British Reserve Fleet
27th August 1939 - Arrived at Portland for duty with the Channel Force
3rd September 1939 - At Portland
3rd September 1939 - Channel Force
7th September 1939 - Transferred to Western Approaches Command
25th September 1939 - At Plymouth for repairs
6th October 1939 - At Plymouth for repairs complete
7th October 1939 - Sailed Plymouth for Halifax
16th October 1939 - Arrived Halifax
16th October 1939 - Arrived Halifax
16th October 1939 - Arrived Halifax
20th October 1939 - Arrived at Bermuda, and left the same day for Kingston, Jamaica.
20th October 1939 - Sailed Bermuda
27th October 1939 - Arrived Bermuda
3rd November 1939 - Shipbuilding Yard, at Greenock
17th November 1939 - Arrived at San Diego, California, for refuelling
20th November 1939 - Arrived at Esquimalt for refitting
15th April 1940 - Refit complete
1945 - Capt Charles Keith Adam in Command
1946 - Broken

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