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HMS Howe - World Naval Ships Directory

HMS Howe

Name : HMS Howe
Laid Down : 7th June 1882
Launched : 28th April 1885
Completed : 9th May 1890
Type : Battleship
Class : Admiral
Builder : Pembroke
Country : UK
Pennants :
Fate : Sold 11th October 1910. Scrapped.

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Gymnastics on Board The Battleship Howe 1896


Inspection of Bags and Bedding on Howe 1896


The Officers of the Battleship Howe at Malta 1896.


The Company of the Battleship Howe 1896


At Physical Drill on Board the Howe at Malta 1896


HMS Howe, 1889.


HMS Howe, 1889.


HMS Howe aground at Ferrol, November 1892.


HMS Howe


HMS Howe.

Timeline Entries :


7th June 1882 - Laid down at Pembroke Dockyard
28th April 1885 - Launched
16th August 1889 - On Manoeuvres off Ireland
28th April 1890 - Docke for repairs
9th May 1890 - Capt. Boys in Command
9th May 1890 - Commissioned
9th May 1890 - Commenced Gunnery trials
14th May 1890 - Carried out Gun trials
26th May 1890 - Commissioned for the Channel Squadron
30th June 1890 - Arrived Yarmouth Roads from Portsmouth
4th July 1890 - Sailed Yarmouth for cruise
7th July 1890 - Arrived Lowestoft
16th July 1890 - Arrived Spithead
16th July 1890 - Capt. Boys in Command
18th July 1890 - Sailed Spithead for Torbay
23rd July 1890 - At Torbay
24th July 1890 - Sailed Milford Haven for Manouvres
24th July 1890 - Arrived Torbay
25th July 1890 - Anchored in Falmouth Bay
8th August 1890 - Commenced Manouvres in the Western Approaches and North Atlantic
8th August 1890 - Sailed Bantry bay for Maneouvres
8th August 1890 - Capt. H.H. Boys in Command
18th August 1890 - Completed Manouvres in the Western Approaches and North Atlantic
9th September 1890 - Capt. Boys in Command
9th September 1890 - Anchored at Spithead from Torbay
17th September 1890 - Sailed Sheerness for Portland
17th September 1890 - Capt Boys in Command
4th November 1890 - At Portsmouth
13th December 1890 - Repairing serious defects at Portsmouth
1891 - Channel Squadron
9th January 1891 - Sailed Sheerness to jin the Channel Fleet
13th January 1891 - At Portland awaiting repairs
18th February 1891 - Arrived Gibraltar from Portsmouth
18th March 1891 - Arrived Tangier from Casablanca
19th March 1891 - Sailed Tangier for Gibraltar
15th July 1891 - Anchored off Aldeburgh
15th July 1891 - Sailed Thames Estuary for Fleet Manoeuvres
16th July 1891 - Sailed Aldeburgh for exercises
4th August 1891 - Arrived at the Downs
7th August 1891 - Anchored at Spithead
7th August 1891 - Sailed the Downs
8th August 1891 - Anchored at Spithead
1892 - Channel Squadron
10th February 1892 - Sailed Gibraltar
10th February 1892 - Sailed Gibraltar
12th February 1892 - Arrived Mahon
16th February 1892 - Arrived Port Mahon
19th February 1892 - Arrived Palma
25th February 1892 - Arrived Malaga
15th March 1892 - Arrived Gibraltar
30th March 1892 - Arrived Vigo
2nd April 1892 - Arrived Pontevedra
26th April 1892 - Arrived Arosa Bay
28th April 1892 - Capt. Hastings in Command
28th April 1892 - Anchored at Spithead
30th April 1892 - Arrived Spithead
3rd May 1892 - Arrived Portsmouth for slight repairs
21st July 1892 - Assigned for maneouvres. Red Fleet 1st Division
7th August 1892 - Commenced Summer Manoeuvres
16th August 1892 - Completed Summer Manoeuvres
28th August 1892 - Anchored at Spithead
1894 - Mediterranean and Red Sea Fleet
1895 - Mediterranean and Red Sea Fleet
26th May 1895 - Arrived Alexandria
2nd June 1895 - Sailed Alexandria
1896 - Mediterranean and Red Sea Fleet
1897 - Guardship Queenstown
2nd May 1897 - Flagship of Rear-Admiral Claude E. Buckle
2nd May 1897 - Capt. F.R. Boardman in Command
2nd May 1897 - Arrived Plymouth from Queenstown for refit
26th June 1897 - Capt. F.R. Boardmon in Command
26th June 1897 - Fleet Review celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria
7th July 1900 - Participated in the Summer Fleet Manoeuvres
1st March 1901 - Arrived Portland
9th August 1904 - Arrived Carrickfergus Roads
10th November 1910 - Sold For Break Up

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Last edited : 22:19, October 31, 2011
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