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Pembroke - World Naval Ships Directory

Pembroke

Builder : Pembroke
Country : UK

Ships built by Pembroke (ordered by launch date)... :

NameLaunchedFate
HMS Belleisle26th April 1819Scrapped 12th October 1872.
HMS Fisgard8th July 1819Scrapped 8th October 1879.
HMS Nereus30th July 1821Sold 22nd January 1879.
HMS Vengeance27th July 1824Sold 10th May 1897.
HMS Nemesis19th August 1826Launched on 19th August 1826 but never completed; laid up at Plymouth Dockyard. Scrapped 4th July 1866.
HMS Lightning2nd June 1829Renamed (Larne) 12th September 1832. Broken up March 1866.
HMS Stag2nd October 1830Scrapped 8th August 1866.
HMS Larne *12th September 1832Renamed 12th September 1832 (ex - Lightning). Scrapped March 1866.
HMS Tartarus23rd June 1834Scrapped November 1860.
HMS Carysfort12th August 1836Sold 22nd November 1861.
HMS Gorgon31st August 1837Scrapped 7th October 1864.
HMS Medusa31st October 1838Sold 17th February 1872.
HMS Daphne6th August 1838Sold 7th October 1864.
HMS Persian7th October 1839Scrapped March 1866.
HMS Cyclops10th July 1839Sold 26th January 1864
HMS Medina18th March 1840Scrapped March 1864.
HMS Iris14th July 1840Sold 16th October 1869.
HMS Vixen4th February 1841Sold 12th Nocember 1862.
HMS Cambrian5th July 1841Sold 12th January 1892.
HMY Victoria and Albert26th April 1843Renamed Osborne 22nd December 1854.
HMS Vulture21st September 1843Sold 1866.
HMS Centurion2nd May 1844Sold 19th April 1870.
HMS Dragon17th January 1845Sold 7th October 1864.
HMS Inflexible12th April 1845Sold 1864.
HMS Constance12th March 1846Sold 1875.
HMS Encounter24th September 1846Scrapped May 1866.
HMS Atalanta9th October 1847Scrapped 12th December 1868.
HMS Camilla8th September 1847East Indies Station 1860 under the command of Commander G. T. Colville. Foundered September 1860.
HMS Magicienne2nd March 1849Scrapped September 1866.
HMS Buzzard24th March 1849Scrapped 1883.
HMS Desperate23rd April 1849Scrapped August 1865.
HMS Octavia18th August 1849Launched as sailing ship 18th August 1849, later converted and undocked as an unarmoured wooden screw vessel at Portsmouth on 11th April 1861. Scrapped August 1876.
HMS Barracouta31st March 1851Scrapped December 1881.
HMS Valorous30th April 1851Sold 27th February 1891.
HMS James Watt23rd April 1853Sold 1875.
HMS Caesar7th August 1853Sold 19th April 1870.
HMS Squirrel8th August 1853Scrapped 11th February 1879.
HMY Osborne *22nd December 1854Renamed (ex - Victoria and Albert) 22nd December 1854. Scrapped 1868.
HMS Curacoa13th April 1854Scrapped 17th July 1869.
HMS Harrier13th May 1854Scrapped December 1866.
HMS Swallow12th June 1854Sold December 1866.
HMS Ariel11th July 1854Sold 23rd May 1865
HMS Falcon10th August 1854Sold 27th September 1869.
HMY Victoria and Albert16th January 1855Scrapped 1904.
HMS Flying Fish20th December 1855Scrapped August 1866.
HMS Brunswick1st June 1855Sold March 1867.
HMS Victor Emmanuel27th September 1855Sold 1899.
HMS Pioneer19th January 1856Scrapped 1865.
HMS Diadem14th October 1856Sold 23rd January 1875.
HMS Decoy21st February 1856Scrapped 8th February 1869.
HMS Rambler21st February 1856Scrapped January 1869.
HMS Nettle9th February 1856Scrapped Bermuda October 1867.
HMS Drake8th March 1856Sold 9th February 1869.
HMS Janus8th March 1856Renamed YC6 1869.
HMS Alert20th May 1856Survey ship from August 1878. Given to American Research Society 1884.
HMS Cordelia3rd July 1856Sold 12th May 1870.
HMS Gannet29th December 1857Scrapped February 1877.
HMS Doris25th March 1857Sold 1885.
HMS Melpomene8th August 1857Sold 23rd January 1875.
HMS Orlando12th June 1858Sold 15th June 1871.
HMS Immortalite25th October 1859Sold 1883.
HMS Victoria12th November 1859Sold for scrap May 1893.
HMS Revenge16th April 1859Base ship August 1872. Renamed HMS Empress (Training Ship), March 1891. Sold 31st December 1923.
HMS Greyhound15th June 1859Sold 3rd April 1906.
HMS Howe7th March 1860Renamed Bulwark 3rd December 1885. Renamed Impregnable 27th September 1886. Renamed Bulwark 1st December 1919. Sold 18th February 1921 for breaking up.
HMS Nimble15th September 1860Sold 10th July 1906.
HMS Pandora7th February 1861Sold 13th January 1875. Sold again in 1878 and renamed USS Jeannette.
HMS Defiance27th March 1861Sold 26th June 1931.
HMS Prince Consort26th June 1862Sold for scrap March 1882.
HMS Alberta3rd October 1863Scrapped 1912.
HMS Research15th August 1863Sold 1884.
HMS Lord Clyde13th October 1864Sold for scrap November 1885.
HMS Zealous7th March 1864Sold September 1886.
HMS Vestal16th November 1865Sold December 1884.
HMS Amazon23rd May 1865Sunk in collision, on first voyage after commissioning, 10th July 1866.
HMS Daphne23rd October 1866Sold 7th November 1882.
HMS Nassau20th February 1866Scrapped April 1880.
HMS Gnat26th November 1867Wrecked 15th November 1868.
HMS Penelope18th June 1867Sold for scrap 12th July 1912.
HMS Newport20th July 1867Building work suspended in 1862. Sold privately (Pandora) March 1881. Sold 1890 and renamed Blencathra. Sold 1912 and renamed Svyataya Anna. Lost during an Arctic Expedition in 1912 and never found.
HMS Inconstant12th November 1868Renamed Impregnable II June 1906.
HMS YC6 *1869Renamed (ex - Janus) 1869. Sold 1917.
HMS Bittern20th September 1869Sold for scrap November 1887.
HMS Iron Duke1st March 1870Sold 15th June 1906.
HMS Decoy12th October 1871Sold October 1885.
HMS Merlin24th November 1871Sold 27th February 1891.
HMS Mosquito9th December 1871Sold December 1888.
HMS Coquette5th April 1871Sold August 1889.
HMS Goshawk23rd January 1872Sold 1906.
HMS Swinger7th February 1872Sold June 1924.
HMS Thunderer25th March 1872Sold 13th September 1909.
HMS Egeria1st November 1873Sold October 1911.
HMS Vesuvius24th March 1874Sold 14th September 1923.
HMS Shannon11th December 1875Sold 15th December 1899.
HMS Dreadnought8th March 1875Sold for scrap 14th July 1908.
HMS Emerald18th August 1876Sold for scrap 1906.
HMS Iris12th April 1877Sold 11th July 1905.
HMS Mercury18th April 1878Sold for scrap 9th July 1919.
HMS Nautilus20th May 1879Sold 11th July 1905.
HMS Gadfly5th May 1879Converted to a coal lighter Simonstown18 May 1900 then renamed YC230. Sold in 1918
HMS Pincher5th May 1879 Sold Portsmouth 11 June 1905
HMS Griper15th September 1879Became steam lighter YC373 in 1905, renamed Flora 19 June 1923 as base ship, then Afrikander in 1933. Broken up in 1951
HMS Tickler15th September 1879Converted to steam lighter 1902, renamed Afrikander as base ship 26 February 1919, then Afrikander II in 1933. Broken up 1937
HMS Ajax10th March 1880Sold March 1904.
HMS Cockchafer19th February 1881Sold 6th December 1905.
HMS Bouncer15th March 1881Sold 4th April 1905.
HMS Insolent15th March 1881Sold 18 June 1925
HMS Collingwood22nd November 1882Sold for breaking up 11th May 1909.
HMS Edinburgh18th March 1882Sold 11th October 1910.
HMS Amphion13th October 1883Sold 1906
HMS Bulwark *3rd December 1885Obsolete when launched and never fitted with all of her guns. Renamed (ex - Howe) 3rd December 1885. Renamed Impregnable 27th September 1886. Renamed Bulwark again in 1919. Scrapped in 1921.
HMS Thames3rd December 1885Sold to South Africa 1922, renamed General Botha
HMS Howe28th April 1885Sold 11th October 1910. Scrapped.
HMS Blanche6th September 1885Sold 11th July 1905.
HMS Forth23rd October 1886Sold for scrap 1921
HMS Anson17th February 1886Sold for scrap 13th July 1909.
HMS Impregnable *27th September 1886Launched as Howe on 7th March 1860 and renamed Bulwark in 1885. Renamed (ex - Bulwark) 27th September 1886. Renamed Bulwark again 1st December 1919.
HMS Aurora28th October 1887Scrapped 1907
HMS Plover18th October 1888Sold April 1927.
HMS Nile27th March 1888Sold 9th July 1912.
HMS Pigeon5th September 1888Sold 15th May 1906.
HMS Blonde22nd October 1889Sold ofr scrap 11th July 1905.
HMS Pearl28th July 1890Sold 1906
HMS Empress *March 1891Base ship 1872. Renamed March 1891 (ex - Revenge). Scrapped 31st December 1923.
HMS Empress of India7th May 1891Sunk as target On 4 November 1913, Empress of India was used as a target ship in firing trials in Lyme Bay that were primarily intended to give officers and men an idea of the effect of live shell against a real target. A secondary objective was to look at the problems caused by several ships firing at the same target at the same time. The first ship to engage the stationary Empress of India was the light cruiser Liverpool, this was followed by two dreadnought battleships (Thunderer and Orio
HMS Repulse27th February 1892sold for scrap on 11 July 1911 to Thos W Ward for 33,500, and arrived at Morecambe for to be broken up on 27 July.
HMS Cambrian30th January 1893Renamed Harlech 2 March 1916, renamed Vivid September 1921, sold 1923
HMS Flora21st November 1893Sold 12 December 1922
HMS Hazard17th February 1894Sunk in collision 28th January 1918.
HMS Renown8th May 1895Sold 2nd April 1914.
HMS Hannibal28th April 1896Sold for scrap 28th January 1920.
HMS Andromeda30th April 1897Renamed Powerful II, 23rd Septermber 1913.
HMS Spartiate27th October 1898Renamed Fisgard June 1915.
HMS Drake5th March 1901Sunk 2nd October 1917.
HMS Essex29th August 1901Sold for scrap 8th November 1921
HMS Cornwall29th October 1902Sold for scrap 7th July 1920
HMS Duke of Edinburgh14th June 1904Sold for scrap 12th April 1920
HMS Warrior25th November 1905Disabled at the Battle of Jutland, 31st May 1916, foundered and sank 1st June 1916.
HMS Impregnable II *June 1906Renamed (ex - Inconstant) June 1906. Renamed Defiance IV January 1922.
HMS Defence24th January 1907Sunk 31st May 1916
HMS Boadicea14th May 1908Sold for scrap 13th July 1926
HMS Blanche25th November 1909Sold for scrap 27th July 1921
HMS Bellona20th March 1909Sold for scrap 9th May 1921
HMS Blonde22nd July 1910Sold for scrap 6th May 1920
HMS Amphion4th December 1911Sunk 6th August 1914
HMS Active14th March 1911Sold for scrap 21st April 1920
HMS Fearless12th June 1912Sold for scrap 8th November 1921
HMS Nottingham18th April 1913Sunk 19th August 1916
HMS Powerful II *23rd September 1913Renamed 23rd September 1913 (ex Andromeda). Renamed Impregnable II, November 1919. Renamed Defiance 20th January 1931. Broken up 1956 in Belgium.
HMS Carysfort14th November 1914Scrapped October 1931
HMS Cordelia23rd February 1914Sold for scrap 31st July 1923
HMS Penelope25th August 1914Sold for scrap October 1924
HMS Cleopatra14th January 1915Sold for scrap 26th June 1931
HMS J34th December 1915Transferred to Australia 25 March 1919
HMS Fisgard *June 1915Renamed Fisgard June 1915 (ex - Spartiate). Sold for scrap July 1932.
HMS J42nd February 1916To Australia (J4) 1919.
HMS Cambrian3rd March 1916Sold for scrap 28th July 1934
HMS Curacoa5th May 1917Sunk 2nd October 1942
HMS H5115th November 1918Sold June 1924
HMAS J4 *1919From UK (ex - J4) 1919. Sank 26th February 1924.
HMS Bulwark *1st December 1919Renamed (ex - Impregnable) 1st December 1919. Sold for scrap 18th February 1921.
HMS H5231st March 1919Sold November 1927
HMS Defiance IV *January 1922Renamed (ex - Impregnable II) January 1922. Renamed Defiance II December 1930.
HMS EgmontMarch 1923Launched as Bullfrog 3rd February 1881. Renamed Egmont in March 1923. Renamed St Angelo 1st July 1933. Sold 1933.
HMS Defiance II *December 1930Renamed (ex - Defiance IV) December 1930. Scrapped 4th April 1956.
HMS Defiance *20th January 1931Launched as Andromeda on 5th January 1898, became Powerful II in 1913 and then Impregnable II in 1919. Renamed 20th January 1931 (ex - Impregnable II). Sold for breaking 14th August 1956.

Ships built by Pembroke(ordered by name)... :

NameLaunchedFate
HMS Active14th March 1911Sold for scrap 21st April 1920
HMS Ajax10th March 1880Sold March 1904.
HMS Alberta3rd October 1863Scrapped 1912.
HMS Alert20th May 1856Survey ship from August 1878. Given to American Research Society 1884.
HMS Amazon23rd May 1865Sunk in collision, on first voyage after commissioning, 10th July 1866.
HMS Amphion4th December 1911Sunk 6th August 1914
HMS Amphion13th October 1883Sold 1906
HMS Andromeda30th April 1897Renamed Powerful II, 23rd Septermber 1913.
HMS Anson17th February 1886Sold for scrap 13th July 1909.
HMS Ariel11th July 1854Sold 23rd May 1865
HMS Atalanta9th October 1847Scrapped 12th December 1868.
HMS Aurora28th October 1887Scrapped 1907
HMS Barracouta31st March 1851Scrapped December 1881.
HMS Belleisle26th April 1819Scrapped 12th October 1872.
HMS Bellona20th March 1909Sold for scrap 9th May 1921
HMS Bittern20th September 1869Sold for scrap November 1887.
HMS Blanche25th November 1909Sold for scrap 27th July 1921
HMS Blanche6th September 1885Sold 11th July 1905.
HMS Blonde22nd July 1910Sold for scrap 6th May 1920
HMS Blonde22nd October 1889Sold ofr scrap 11th July 1905.
HMS Boadicea14th May 1908Sold for scrap 13th July 1926
HMS Bouncer15th March 1881Sold 4th April 1905.
HMS Brunswick1st June 1855Sold March 1867.
HMS Bulwark *3rd December 1885Obsolete when launched and never fitted with all of her guns. Renamed (ex - Howe) 3rd December 1885. Renamed Impregnable 27th September 1886. Renamed Bulwark again in 1919. Scrapped in 1921.
HMS Bulwark *1st December 1919Renamed (ex - Impregnable) 1st December 1919. Sold for scrap 18th February 1921.
HMS Buzzard24th March 1849Scrapped 1883.
HMS Caesar7th August 1853Sold 19th April 1870.
HMS Cambrian3rd March 1916Sold for scrap 28th July 1934
HMS Cambrian5th July 1841Sold 12th January 1892.
HMS Cambrian30th January 1893Renamed Harlech 2 March 1916, renamed Vivid September 1921, sold 1923
HMS Camilla8th September 1847East Indies Station 1860 under the command of Commander G. T. Colville. Foundered September 1860.
HMS Carysfort14th November 1914Scrapped October 1931
HMS Carysfort12th August 1836Sold 22nd November 1861.
HMS Centurion2nd May 1844Sold 19th April 1870.
HMS Cleopatra14th January 1915Sold for scrap 26th June 1931
HMS Cockchafer19th February 1881Sold 6th December 1905.
HMS Collingwood22nd November 1882Sold for breaking up 11th May 1909.
HMS Constance12th March 1846Sold 1875.
HMS Coquette5th April 1871Sold August 1889.
HMS Cordelia23rd February 1914Sold for scrap 31st July 1923
HMS Cordelia3rd July 1856Sold 12th May 1870.
HMS Cornwall29th October 1902Sold for scrap 7th July 1920
HMS Curacoa5th May 1917Sunk 2nd October 1942
HMS Curacoa13th April 1854Scrapped 17th July 1869.
HMS Cyclops10th July 1839Sold 26th January 1864
HMS Daphne6th August 1838Sold 7th October 1864.
HMS Daphne23rd October 1866Sold 7th November 1882.
HMS Decoy21st February 1856Scrapped 8th February 1869.
HMS Decoy12th October 1871Sold October 1885.
HMS Defence24th January 1907Sunk 31st May 1916
HMS Defiance *20th January 1931Launched as Andromeda on 5th January 1898, became Powerful II in 1913 and then Impregnable II in 1919. Renamed 20th January 1931 (ex - Impregnable II). Sold for breaking 14th August 1956.
HMS Defiance27th March 1861Sold 26th June 1931.
HMS Defiance II *December 1930Renamed (ex - Defiance IV) December 1930. Scrapped 4th April 1956.
HMS Defiance IV *January 1922Renamed (ex - Impregnable II) January 1922. Renamed Defiance II December 1930.
HMS Desperate23rd April 1849Scrapped August 1865.
HMS Diadem14th October 1856Sold 23rd January 1875.
HMS Doris25th March 1857Sold 1885.
HMS Dragon17th January 1845Sold 7th October 1864.
HMS Drake5th March 1901Sunk 2nd October 1917.
HMS Drake8th March 1856Sold 9th February 1869.
HMS Dreadnought8th March 1875Sold for scrap 14th July 1908.
HMS Duke of Edinburgh14th June 1904Sold for scrap 12th April 1920
HMS Edinburgh18th March 1882Sold 11th October 1910.
HMS Egeria1st November 1873Sold October 1911.
HMS EgmontMarch 1923Launched as Bullfrog 3rd February 1881. Renamed Egmont in March 1923. Renamed St Angelo 1st July 1933. Sold 1933.
HMS Emerald18th August 1876Sold for scrap 1906.
HMS Empress *March 1891Base ship 1872. Renamed March 1891 (ex - Revenge). Scrapped 31st December 1923.
HMS Empress of India7th May 1891Sunk as target On 4 November 1913, Empress of India was used as a target ship in firing trials in Lyme Bay that were primarily intended to give officers and men an idea of the effect of live shell against a real target. A secondary objective was to look at the problems caused by several ships firing at the same target at the same time. The first ship to engage the stationary Empress of India was the light cruiser Liverpool, this was followed by two dreadnought battleships (Thunderer and Orio
HMS Encounter24th September 1846Scrapped May 1866.
HMS Essex29th August 1901Sold for scrap 8th November 1921
HMS Falcon10th August 1854Sold 27th September 1869.
HMS Fearless12th June 1912Sold for scrap 8th November 1921
HMS Fisgard *June 1915Renamed Fisgard June 1915 (ex - Spartiate). Sold for scrap July 1932.
HMS Fisgard8th July 1819Scrapped 8th October 1879.
HMS Flora21st November 1893Sold 12 December 1922
HMS Flying Fish20th December 1855Scrapped August 1866.
HMS Forth23rd October 1886Sold for scrap 1921
HMS Gadfly5th May 1879Converted to a coal lighter Simonstown18 May 1900 then renamed YC230. Sold in 1918
HMS Gannet29th December 1857Scrapped February 1877.
HMS Gnat26th November 1867Wrecked 15th November 1868.
HMS Gorgon31st August 1837Scrapped 7th October 1864.
HMS Goshawk23rd January 1872Sold 1906.
HMS Greyhound15th June 1859Sold 3rd April 1906.
HMS Griper15th September 1879Became steam lighter YC373 in 1905, renamed Flora 19 June 1923 as base ship, then Afrikander in 1933. Broken up in 1951
HMS H5115th November 1918Sold June 1924
HMS H5231st March 1919Sold November 1927
HMS Hannibal28th April 1896Sold for scrap 28th January 1920.
HMS Harrier13th May 1854Scrapped December 1866.
HMS Hazard17th February 1894Sunk in collision 28th January 1918.
HMS Howe28th April 1885Sold 11th October 1910. Scrapped.
HMS Howe7th March 1860Renamed Bulwark 3rd December 1885. Renamed Impregnable 27th September 1886. Renamed Bulwark 1st December 1919. Sold 18th February 1921 for breaking up.
HMS Immortalite25th October 1859Sold 1883.
HMS Impregnable *27th September 1886Launched as Howe on 7th March 1860 and renamed Bulwark in 1885. Renamed (ex - Bulwark) 27th September 1886. Renamed Bulwark again 1st December 1919.
HMS Impregnable II *June 1906Renamed (ex - Inconstant) June 1906. Renamed Defiance IV January 1922.
HMS Inconstant12th November 1868Renamed Impregnable II June 1906.
HMS Inflexible12th April 1845Sold 1864.
HMS Insolent15th March 1881Sold 18 June 1925
HMS Iris12th April 1877Sold 11th July 1905.
HMS Iris14th July 1840Sold 16th October 1869.
HMS Iron Duke1st March 1870Sold 15th June 1906.
HMS J34th December 1915Transferred to Australia 25 March 1919
HMS J42nd February 1916To Australia (J4) 1919.
HMAS J4 *1919From UK (ex - J4) 1919. Sank 26th February 1924.
HMS James Watt23rd April 1853Sold 1875.
HMS Janus8th March 1856Renamed YC6 1869.
HMS Larne *12th September 1832Renamed 12th September 1832 (ex - Lightning). Scrapped March 1866.
HMS Lightning2nd June 1829Renamed (Larne) 12th September 1832. Broken up March 1866.
HMS Lord Clyde13th October 1864Sold for scrap November 1885.
HMS Magicienne2nd March 1849Scrapped September 1866.
HMS Medina18th March 1840Scrapped March 1864.
HMS Medusa31st October 1838Sold 17th February 1872.
HMS Melpomene8th August 1857Sold 23rd January 1875.
HMS Mercury18th April 1878Sold for scrap 9th July 1919.
HMS Merlin24th November 1871Sold 27th February 1891.
HMS Mosquito9th December 1871Sold December 1888.
HMS Nassau20th February 1866Scrapped April 1880.
HMS Nautilus20th May 1879Sold 11th July 1905.
HMS Nemesis19th August 1826Launched on 19th August 1826 but never completed; laid up at Plymouth Dockyard. Scrapped 4th July 1866.
HMS Nereus30th July 1821Sold 22nd January 1879.
HMS Nettle9th February 1856Scrapped Bermuda October 1867.
HMS Newport20th July 1867Building work suspended in 1862. Sold privately (Pandora) March 1881. Sold 1890 and renamed Blencathra. Sold 1912 and renamed Svyataya Anna. Lost during an Arctic Expedition in 1912 and never found.
HMS Nile27th March 1888Sold 9th July 1912.
HMS Nimble15th September 1860Sold 10th July 1906.
HMS Nottingham18th April 1913Sunk 19th August 1916
HMS Octavia18th August 1849Launched as sailing ship 18th August 1849, later converted and undocked as an unarmoured wooden screw vessel at Portsmouth on 11th April 1861. Scrapped August 1876.
HMS Orlando12th June 1858Sold 15th June 1871.
HMY Osborne *22nd December 1854Renamed (ex - Victoria and Albert) 22nd December 1854. Scrapped 1868.
HMS Pandora7th February 1861Sold 13th January 1875. Sold again in 1878 and renamed USS Jeannette.
HMS Pearl28th July 1890Sold 1906
HMS Penelope25th August 1914Sold for scrap October 1924
HMS Penelope18th June 1867Sold for scrap 12th July 1912.
HMS Persian7th October 1839Scrapped March 1866.
HMS Pigeon5th September 1888Sold 15th May 1906.
HMS Pincher5th May 1879 Sold Portsmouth 11 June 1905
HMS Pioneer19th January 1856Scrapped 1865.
HMS Plover18th October 1888Sold April 1927.
HMS Powerful II *23rd September 1913Renamed 23rd September 1913 (ex Andromeda). Renamed Impregnable II, November 1919. Renamed Defiance 20th January 1931. Broken up 1956 in Belgium.
HMS Prince Consort26th June 1862Sold for scrap March 1882.
HMS Rambler21st February 1856Scrapped January 1869.
HMS Renown8th May 1895Sold 2nd April 1914.
HMS Repulse27th February 1892sold for scrap on 11 July 1911 to Thos W Ward for 33,500, and arrived at Morecambe for to be broken up on 27 July.
HMS Research15th August 1863Sold 1884.
HMS Revenge16th April 1859Base ship August 1872. Renamed HMS Empress (Training Ship), March 1891. Sold 31st December 1923.
HMS Shannon11th December 1875Sold 15th December 1899.
HMS Spartiate27th October 1898Renamed Fisgard June 1915.
HMS Squirrel8th August 1853Scrapped 11th February 1879.
HMS Stag2nd October 1830Scrapped 8th August 1866.
HMS Swallow12th June 1854Sold December 1866.
HMS Swinger7th February 1872Sold June 1924.
HMS Tartarus23rd June 1834Scrapped November 1860.
HMS Thames3rd December 1885Sold to South Africa 1922, renamed General Botha
HMS Thunderer25th March 1872Sold 13th September 1909.
HMS Tickler15th September 1879Converted to steam lighter 1902, renamed Afrikander as base ship 26 February 1919, then Afrikander II in 1933. Broken up 1937
HMS Valorous30th April 1851Sold 27th February 1891.
HMS Vengeance27th July 1824Sold 10th May 1897.
HMS Vestal16th November 1865Sold December 1884.
HMS Vesuvius24th March 1874Sold 14th September 1923.
HMS Victor Emmanuel27th September 1855Sold 1899.
HMS Victoria12th November 1859Sold for scrap May 1893.
HMY Victoria and Albert26th April 1843Renamed Osborne 22nd December 1854.
HMY Victoria and Albert16th January 1855Scrapped 1904.
HMS Vixen4th February 1841Sold 12th Nocember 1862.
HMS Vulture21st September 1843Sold 1866.
HMS Warrior25th November 1905Disabled at the Battle of Jutland, 31st May 1916, foundered and sank 1st June 1916.
HMS YC6 *1869Renamed (ex - Janus) 1869. Sold 1917.
HMS Zealous7th March 1864Sold September 1886.

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