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by NAME

 

Ships in bold have been edited, ships in bold italics are being edited or have been reserved for editing, and those in regular type are waiting for an editor.

 

A - Acacia, Achilles, Africa, Alacrity, Albemarle, Albion, Alcantara, Alert, Algerine, Almanzora, Alsatian, Amazon, Ambrose, Amethyst, Amphitrite, Andes, Antrim, Aphis, Argonaut, Ark Royal, Arlanza, Armadale Castle, Artois, Astraea, Atalanta, Attack, Attentive, Avenger, Avoca

 

B - Bacchante, Bacchus, Barham, Bayano, Bee, Ben-My-Chree, Berwick, Birmingham, Blenheim, Bluebell, Bramble, Bristol (Parts 2, 3 of 3), Britannia, Britomart

 

C - Cadmus, Caesar (Part 1 of 2), Cairo, Calcutta, Calgarian, Calliope, Calypso, Cambrian, Canopus, Canterbury, Capetown, Caradoc, Cardiff, Carlisle, Carmania, Carnarvon, Caroline, Caronia, Carrigan Head, Castor, Cedric, Celtic, Centaur, Ceres, Challenger, Changuinola (Parts 1, 2 of 4), Chatham, Christopher, Cicala, City of London, Clio, Cochrane, Cockchafer, Colne, Colombo, Columbella, Commonwealth, Comus, Constance, Cornflower, Cornwall, Coronado, Coventry, Crescent, Cricket, Crocus, Cumberland, Curlew, Cyclamen

 

D - Dalhousie, Danae, Dartmouth, Dauntless, Defence, Delhi, Despatch, Devonshire, Diana, Digby, Diomede, Donegal, Dragon, Drake, Dryad, Dublin, Duke of Edinburgh (Parts 1, 2 of 3), Dunedin, Durban, Dwarf

 

E - Ebro, Eclipse, Edinburgh Castle, Empress, Empress of Britain, Empress of Japan, Endeavour, Endymion (Part 1 of 3), Enterprise, Erebus, Eskimo, Espiegle, Essex, Europa, Euryalus, Exmouth

 

F - Falmouth, Fame (Part 4 of 4), Fantome, Fearless, Fortol, Fox (Part 1 of 2), Foxglove, Foyle

 

G - Galatea, Gibraltar, Glasgow, Glory, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, Glowworm, Gnat, Goliath, Grafton

 

H - Hampshire, Hannibal, Hawkins, Hermione, Hibernia, Highflyer (Part 3 of 3), Hilary, Hildebrand, Himalaya, Hollyhock (Part 2 of 3), Hood, Humber, Hyacinth

 

I - Implacable, Inconstant, India, Inflexible, Intrepid, Invincible, Iphigenia, Iroquois, Isis

 

J - Jed, Jessamine, Juno, Jupiter

 

K - Kennet, Kent, Kildonan Castle, Kinfauns Castle, King Alfred, Kinsha, Knight Templar

 

L - Laburnum, Laconia, Lama, Lancaster, Laurentic, Lepanto, Leviathan, Liverpool, Lord Minto, Lowestoft, Lunka

 

M - M.23, M.24, M.25, M.29, M.31, M.33, Macedonia, Magnolia, Malaya, Manica, Mantis, Mantua, Marazion, Marmora, Merlin (1) (Parts 1, 2 of 3), Merlin (2), Mersey, Minerva, Minotaur, Moldavia, Moorhen, Morea, Motagua, Moth, Mutine

 

N - Nairana, Naneric, New Zealand, Newcastle, Northbrook (RIM)

 

O - Odin, Ophir, Orama, Orbita, Orcoma, Orotava, Orvieto, Otranto, Otter, Otway (Part 1 of 2)

 

P - Parramatta, Patia, Patuca, Pegasus, Pelorus, Persian Empire, Perth, Petersfield, Phaeton, Philomel, Princess, Princess Royal, Proserpine, Psyche, Pyramus

 

R - Raleigh, Rapidol, Raven II, Renown (Part 1 of 2), Repulse, Ribble, Rinaldo, Rosario, Roxburgh

 

S - St George, Sandpiper, Sapper, Sapphire, Saxon, Scarab, Sealark, Severn, Shearwater, Sirius, Snipe, Southampton (Part 1 of 2), Suffolk, Sutlej, Suva, Swiftsure, Sydney (RAN)

 

T - Talbot, Tamar, Tarantula, TB.037, TB.35, TB.36, Teal, Temeraire, Tenby Castle, Teutonic, Theseus, Thistle (1), Thistle (2), Titania, Topaze, Torch (1), Torch (2), Trent

 

U - Una (RAN), Usk

 

V - Valerian, Valiant, Vengeance, Venus, Veronica, Victorian, Vindictive (1), Vindictive (2), Virago, Virginian

 

W - Warrego (RAN), Warrior (1), Warrior (2), Warspite, Welland, Weymouth, Whiting, Widgeon, Wisteria, Wonganella, Woodcock, Woodlark

 

Y - Yarmouth

 

by TYPE and CLASS

   

WARSHIPS

   

BATTLESHIPS

Majestic-class

Caesar, Hannibal, Jupiter

Canopus-class

Albion, Canopus, Glory, Goliath, Vengeance

Formidable-class

Implacable

Duncan-class

Albemarle, Exmouth

Swiftsure-class

Swiftsure

King Edward VII-class

Africa, Britannia, Commonwealth, Hibernia

Dreadnoughts

 

Bellerophon-class

Temeraire

Queen Elizabeth-class

Barham, Malaya, Valiant, Warspite

   

BATTLECRUISERS

Invincible-class

Inflexible, Invincible

Indefatigable-class

New Zealand

Lion-class

Princess Royal

Renown-class

Renown, Repulse

Hood-class

Hood

   

MONITORS

Erebus-class

Erebus

Humber-class

Humber, Mersey, Severn

M.15-class

M.23, M.24, M.25

M.29-class

M.29, M.31, M.33

   

ARMOURED CRUISERS (later Large Cruisers)

Cressy-class

Bacchante, Euryalus, Sutlej

Drake-class

Drake, King Alfred, Leviathan

Monmouth or Kent-class

Berwick, Cornwall, Cumberland, Donegal, Essex, Kent, Lancaster, Suffolk

Devonshire-class

Antrim, Carnarvon, Devonshire, Hampshire, Roxburgh

Duke of Edinburgh-class

Duke of Edinburgh

Warrior-class

Achilles, Cochrane, Warrior (1)

Minotaur-class

Defence, Minotaur

   

OLD 1st CLASS CRUISERS (later Large Cruisers)

Blenheim-class

Blenheim (destroyer depot ship)

Edgar-class

Crescent, Endymion, Gibraltar, Grafton, St George (depot ship), Theseus (depot ship)

Diadem-class

Amphitrite, Argonaut, Europa

   

OLD 2nd CLASS CRUISERS (later Light Cruisers)

Apollo-class

Intrepid (depot ship), Iphigenia (depot ship), Sirius

Astraea-class

Astraea, Fox, Hermione

Eclipse-class

Diana, Eclipse, Isis, Juno, Minerva, Talbot, Venus

Arrogant-class

Vindictive (1)

Hermes or Highflyer-class

Highflyer, Hyacinth

Challenger-class

Challenger

   

OLD 3rd CLASS CRUISERS (later Light Cruisers)

Pearl-class

Philomel

Pelorus-class

Pelorus (depot ship), Proserpine, Psyche, Pyramus

Gem-class

Amethyst, Sapphire, Topaze

   

SCOUT CRUISERS (later Light Cruisers)

Adventure-class

Attentive

Active-class

Fearless

   

2nd CLASS/LIGHT CRUISERS

Bristol-class

Bristol, Glasgow, Gloucester, Liverpool, Newcastle

Weymouth-class

Dartmouth, Falmouth, Weymouth, Yarmouth

Chatham-class

Chatham, Dublin, Southampton, Sydney (RAN)

Birmingham-class

Birmingham, Lowestoft

   

LIGHT CRUISERS

Arethusa-class

Galatea, Inconstant, Phaeton

Caroline-class

Caroline, Comus

Calliope or Cambrian-class

Calliope, Cambrian, Canterbury, Castor, Constance

Centaur-class

Centaur

Caledon-class

Calypso, Caradoc

Ceres or Capetown-class

Cairo, Calcutta, Capetown, Cardiff, Carlisle, Ceres, Colombo, Coventry, Curlew

D or Danae-class

Danae, Dauntless, Delhi, Despatch, Diomede, Dragon, Dunedin, Durban

Cavendish-class

Cavendish (see aircraft carrier Vindictive), Hawkins, Raleigh

   

SEAPLANE, AIRCRAFT and KITE BALLOON CARRIERS

Seaplane carriers, merchant ship conversions

Ben-My-Chree, Empress, Nairana, Pegasus, Raven II

Aircraft carriers

Ark Royal, Vindictive (2) (ex-cruiser Cavendish)

Kite balloon ship

Manica (later collier)

   

DESTROYERS

B-class

Virago

C-class

Otter, Whiting

D-class

Fame

E or River-class

Colne, Jed, Kennet, Ribble, Usk, Welland

F or Tribal-class

Amazon

I-class

Attack, Warrego (RAN)

K-class

Christopher

S-class

Torch (2)

   

TORPEDO BOATS

 

Old torpedo boat

TB.037

Ex-coastal destroyers

TB.35, TB.36

   

CONVOY and MINESWEEPING SLOOPS

Flower-class

 

Acacia-type

Acacia, Bluebell, Foxglove, Hollyhock, Laburnum, Magnolia, Veronica

Azalea-type

Jessamine

Arabis-type

Cornflower, Crocus, Cyclamen, Valerian, Wisteria

   

OLD SLOOPS

Alert-class

Alert (depot ship), Torch (1)

Phoenix-class

Algerine

Condor-class

Mutine (survey vessel), Rinaldo, Rosario (submarine depot ship), Shearwater

Cadmus-class

Cadmus, Clio, Espiegle, Fantome, Merlin (1), Odin

Ex-German

Una (RAN)

   

DESPATCH VESSEL

Alacrity (ex-Surprise)

   

SURVEY VESSELS

Endeavour, Enterprise (launch/survey vessel), Iroquois (ex-sloop), Mutine (ex-sloop), Sealark

   

MINESWEEPERS

Dryad-class

Dryad (ex-torpedo gunboat)

Aberdare-class

Marazion, Petersfield

   

OLD 1st CLASS GUNBOATS

Bramble-class

Bramble, Britomart, Dwarf, Thistle (1)

   

RIVER GUNBOATS

Heron-class

Sandpiper, Snipe

Woodcock-class

Woodcock, Woodlark

Moorhen-class

Moorhen, Teal

Widgeon-class

Widgeon

Ex-river steamer

Kinsha

Insect-class

Aphis, Bee, Cicala, Cockchafer, Cricket, Glowworm, Gnat, Mantis, Moth, Scarab, Tarantula

   

DEPOT SHIPS

Alert (ex-sloop), Ambrose (ex-AMC), Blenheim (ex-1st-class cruiser), Intrepid (ex-2nd class cruiser), Iphigenia (ex-2nd class cruiser), Pelorus (ex-3rd class cruiser), Rosario (ex-sloop), Theseus (ex-cruiser), Titania

   

BASE SHIP

Tamar (Hong Kong)

   

ROYAL INDIAN MARINE TROOPSHIPS

Dalhousie, Northbrook

   
 

AUXILIARY SHIPS
(mainly converted merchant ships)

   

Armed Merchant Cruisers (AMC)

Alcantara, Almanzora, Alsatian, Ambrose, Andes, Arlanza, Armadale Castle, Artois, Avenger, Avoca, Calgarian, Carmania, Caronia, Cedric, Celtic, Changuinola, City of London, Columbella, Digby, Ebro, Edinburgh Castle, Empress of Britain, Empress of Japan, Eskimo, Gloucestershire, Hilary, Hildebrand, Himalaya, India, Kildonan Castle, Kinfauns Castle, Laconia, Laurentic, Macedonia, Mantua, Marmora, Moldavia, Morea, Motagua, Ophir, Orama, Orbita, Orcoma, Orotava, Orvieto, Otranto, Otway, Patia, Patuca, Princess, Teutonic, Victorian, Virginian

Commissioned Escort Ships

Bayano, Carrigan Head, Coronado, Knight Templar, Lepanto, Naneric

Armed Boarding Steamers (ABS)

Lama, Lunka, Perth, Suva

Fleet Messenger

Trent

Submarine Decoy or Q-ships

Wonganella (also known as Thornhill, Margit, Wellholme and Werribee)

Trawlers

Foyle (Admiralty Mersey-class), Lord Minto, Merlin (2), Parramatta, Persian Empire, Sapper, Saxon, Tenby Castle

Yachts

Atalanta, Thistle (2), Warrior (2)

Oilers

Fortol, Rapidol (both Belgol-class)

Water/stores carrier

Bacchus

by FLEETS, STATIONS, CAMPAIGNS etc
(incomplete - in preparation)

PRE-WORLD WAR 1

British Isles waters, incl. Channel Fleet, patrol flotilla depot ship

Canopus, Caesar, Carnarvon, Crescent, Glory, Grafton, Proserpine, St George, TB.35, TB.36, Topaze, Vengeance

West and Central Atlantic, incl. West Indies

Cornwall, Essex, Hermione, Lancaster, Suffolk

Cape of Good Hope Station

Astraea, Hyacinth

South America

Glasgow

Mediterranean

Blenheim, Cornwall, Duke of Edinburgh, Vindictive (1), Weymouth

East Indies Station, incl. Persian Gulf

Alert, Dartmouth, Fox, Odin

China Station

Bramble, Cadmus, Colne, Jed, Kennet, Merlin (1), Minotaur, Otter, Ribble, Rosario, Thistle (1), Usk, Welland, Widgeon, Yarmouth

Pacific, incl. Australia and New Zealand Stations, Canadian-based

Pyramus, Psyche, Sealark, Shearwater, Sydney (RAN)

Delivery of Australian submarines AE.1 and 2 to Australia

Eclipse, Sydney (RAN)

 

WORLD WAR 1

 

BRITISH HOME WATERS and NORTH SEA

Grand Fleet, incl. Harwich Force, North Sea sweeps, Norwegian convoys, shake-down cruises etc.

Acacia, Achilles (single ship action v Leopard), Albemarle, Canterbury, Cardiff, Centaur, Ceres, Commonwealth, Devonshire, Donegal, Duke of Edinburgh, Galatea, Hibernia, Inconstant, Invincible, Lancaster, Leviathan, Minotaur, Phaeton, Princess Royal, Renown, Torch (2), Warrior (1), Weymouth, Yarmouth

Battle of Heligoland Bight, 28 Aug 1914

Invincible

Battle of Dogger Bank, 24 Jan 1915

Princess Royal

10th CS, Northern Patrol, old cruisers

Crescent, Grafton

10th CS, Northern Patrol, mainly AMCs

Alcantara, Almanzora, Alsatian, Ambrose, Andes, Arlanza, Artois, Avenger, Cedric, Changuinola, Columbella, Dryad (minesweeper), Duke of Edinburgh (cruiser), Ebro, Gloucestershire, Hilary, Hildebrand, India, Kildonan Castle, Mantua, Motagua, Orcoma, Orotava, Orvieto, Otway, Patuca, Patia, Tenby Castle (trawler), Teutonic, Victorian, Virginian

11th CS, Irish waters

Caronia, Isis, Minerva, Venus

British waters, incl. Channel Fleet, Dover Patrol (German destroyer raid), Auxiliary Patrol, convoy escort, guardship, Belgian coast, Irish coast, depot ship, patrol flotillas

Albemarle, Albion, Amazon, Atalanta, Attack, Attentive, Caesar, Christopher, Implacable, Jessamine, Jupiter, Lord Minto, Parramatta, Persian Empire, Sapper, Sapphire, St George, TB.35, TB.36, Topaze, Tenby Castle, Thistle (2), Vengeance

Zeebrugge Raid

Attentive

Minelaying, British waters

Orvieto

Kite Balloon ship operations

Patuca

Single ship action v Leopard 1917

Achilles

ARCTIC

Arctic/North Russia

Acacia, Albemarle, Arlanza, Attentive, Cochrane, Cockchafer, Donegal, Glory, Intrepid, Iphigenia, Jupiter, Teutonic, Vindictive (1)

NORTH AMERICA and ATLANTIC

North America & West Indies Station, W Atlantic, West Indies

Achilles, Antrim, Berwick, Bristol, Caesar, Calgarian, Carnarvon, Caronia, Cochrane, Cumberland, Devonshire, Donegal, Drake, Essex, Glory, Isis, Lancaster, Laurentic, Leviathan, Princess Royal, Roxburgh, Suffolk, Warrior (2) (during flu epidemic), Weymouth

North Atlantic convoys (1917-18)

Achilles, Almanzora, Alsatian, Andes, Antrim, Arlanza, Artois, Bayano, Berwick, Calgarian, Carnarvon, Carrigan Head, City of London, Cochrane, Columbella, Cornwall, Coronado, Cumberland, Devonshire, Donegal, Drake, Edinburgh Castle, Gloucestershire, Isis, Kildonan Castle, Knight Templar, Lepanto, Leviathan, Naneric, Orama, Orbita, Orcoma, Orvieto, Otranto, Patuca, Roxburgh, Teutonic, Victorian, Virginian

Halifax explosion, 6 Dec 1917 (present or assisted)

Calgarian, Changuinola, Highflyer, Knight Templar

Central and Mid-Atlantic patrols, later convoy escort, incl. Cape St Vincent-Finisterre, Canaries, Cape Verdes, Sierra Leone

Africa, Albion, Almanzora, Amphitrite, Argonaut, Avenger, Britannia, Canopus, Celtic, Cornwall, Ebro, Edinburgh Castle, Empress of Britain, Essex, Hildebrand, Himalaya, Kent, Kildonan Castle, Macedonia, Mantua, Marmora, Minerva, Morea, Motagua, Ophir, Orama, Orotava, Orvieto, Otranto, Patia, Swiftsure, Vengeance, Victorian

West Africa, incl. German Cameroons campaign

Astraea, Calgarian, Carnarvon, Donegal, Laurentic, Liverpool, Rinaldo, Sirius, Swiftsure, Thistle (1)

South Atlantic, incl. SE coast of America Station, South America, South Atlantic patrols and later, convoy escort

Africa, Amethyst, Bristol, Britannia, Canopus, Carnarvon, Celtic, City of London, Dartmouth, Edinburgh Castle, Hildebrand, Himalaya, Kent, Kildonan Castle, Macedonia, Orama, Orvieto, Otranto, Vindictive (1)

Cape of Good Hope Station, South Africa

Albion, Hyacinth, Laconia

German South West Africa campaign

Astraea, Kinfauns Castle

Battle of the Falklands, 8 Dec 1914

Bristol, (Canopus), Carnarvon, Cornwall, Glasgow, Inflexible, Invincible, Kent, Macedonia

MEDITERRANEAN

Mediterranean, incl. convoy escort, depot ship

Acacia, Africa, Albion, Amethyst, Ark Royal, Bacchus, Blenheim, Bristol, Britannia, Caesar, Chatham, Colne, Duke of Edinburgh (including hunt for SMS Goeben), Empress, Exmouth, Euryalus, Glory, Grafton, Hannibal, Hibernia, Implacable, Jed, Jupiter, Kennet, Liverpool, Mantis, Minerva, Perth, Raven II, Ribble, Sapphire, St George, Severn, Theseus, Topaze, Usk, Welland, Wonganella

Adriatic Force and Italian Fleet

Bristol, Britannia, Implacable, Liverpool, Sapphire, Topaze, Weymouth

Aegean, incl. Dardanelles and Gallipoli, Greek intervention and Salonika

Albion, Amethyst, Ark Royal, Bacchus, Ben-My-Chree, Blenheim, Canopus, Caesar, Chatham, Colne, Dartmouth, Empress, Euryalus, Glory, Goliath, Grafton, Hibernia, Implacable, Inflexible, Jed, Kennet, Minerva, Phaeton, Pyramus, Ribble, Sapphire, St George, Usk, Vengeance, Welland

Egyptian waters, incl. Palestine campaign, Red Sea

see East Indies Station (below)

Defence of Suez Canal, to 4 Feb 1915

Himalaya, Minerva, Proserpine, Swiftsure

EAST INDIES STATION

East Indies Station, incl. Egyptian waters, Palestine campaign, Red Sea, Persian Gulf, German East Africa campaign, Indian Ocean escort

Alert, Aphis, Astraea, Bacchus, Ben-My-Chree, Bramble, Cadmus, Chatham, City of London, Clio, Cornwall, Dalhousie, Dartmouth, Diana, Duke of Edinburgh (including Sheikh Syed landings), Empress, Empress of Japan, Enterprise, Exmouth, Euryalus, Fox, Grafton, Hannibal, Himalaya, Implacable, Jupiter, Kent, Kinfauns Castle, Laconia, Lama, Laurentic, Lunka, Manica, Mantis, Mersey, Minerva, Northbrook (RIM), Odin, Ophir, Perth, Princess, Proserpine, Pyramus, Raven II, Rinaldo, Sapphire, Severn, Suva, Swiftsure, Talbot, Thistle (1), Topaze, Trent, Vengeance, Venus, Weymouth

Single ship action v Königsberg

Mersey, Severn

Mesopotamian Campaign

Mantis, Odin, Proserpine

CHINA STATION and PACIFIC

China Station

Bee, Cadmus, Colne, Cornwall, Empress of Japan, Euryalus, Jed, Kennet, Kinsha, Laurentic, Minotaur (incl hunt for German Pacific Squadron), Ophir, Otter, Rosario, Scarab, Suffolk, Tamar, TB.037, Teal, Thistle (1), Usk, Venus, Virago, Welland, Whiting, Widgeon, Woodcock, Woodlark

Pacific, incl. SW Pacific and coast of Americas

Algerine, Berwick, Kent, Lancaster, Ophir, Orama, Otranto, Pyramus, Una (RAN)

Battle of Coronel, 1914

Glasgow, Otranto

MISCELLANEOUS CATEGORIES

Major ship damage or its sinking reported in logs

Albemarle, Knight Templar, Motagua, Orama

Logs covering most or all World War 1 Service

Ark Royal, Bayano, Bramble, Carrigan Head, Coronado, Knight Templar

   
 

POST-WAR

Repatriating POWs

Trent

British Isles waters, in reserve, in dock

Calliope, Caradoc, Castor, Centaur, Cumberland, Erebus, Foyle, Weymouth, Yarmouth

Atlantic Fleet

Barham, Coventry, Danae, Delhi, Dragon, Dunedin, Malaya, Repulse, Valiant, Warspite

Russian Intervention (and later):

 

North Russian Expeditionary Force

Bacchus, Cicala, Cockchafer, Cricket, Erebus, Glowworm, M.23, M.24, M.25, M.31, M.33, Mantis

Baltic Sea, incl. post-Russian Intervention

Calypso, Caradoc, Cardiff, Centaur, Ceres, Danae, Dauntless, Delhi, Dragon, Empress, Erebus, Fortol, Vindictive (2)

Black Sea

Ark Royal, Canterbury, Empress, Galatea, Grafton, Hannibal, Liverpool, M.29, Theseus, Torch (2)

Siberia

Kent, Suffolk

Rumania/Danube River

Aphis, Severn

North America & West Indies Station

Calcutta (including assistance to wrecked cruiser Raleigh), Cambrian, Capetown, Constance, Cornwall, Curlew, Dauntless, Fortol, Mutine, Raleigh, Valerian, Wisteria (also help to Raleigh)

South America Station

Bristol, Dartmouth, Ophir, Petersfield, Southampton

West Africa, African Station, Cape Station

Astraea, Birmingham, Dublin, Endeavour, Hyacinth, Lowestoft, Thistle (1)

Mediterranean, incl. Aegean

Ark Royal, Canterbury, Caesar, Cardiff, Castor, Centaur, Ceres, Cornflower, Endeavour, Hannibal, Merlin (1), St George, Torch (2)

Somaliland Campaign

Ark Royal

East Indies Station, incl. Persian Gulf, Red Sea

Ark Royal, Bramble, Cairo, Caroline, Colombo, Comus, Cornflower, Crocus, Cyclamen, Dalhousie, Diana, Iroquois, Mantis, Merlin (1), Moth, Odin, Rapidol, Suva, Topaze, Yarmouth

China Station, incl Yangste River

Alacrity, Ambrose, Bee, Bluebell, Cadmus, Cairo, Carlisle, Cicala, Cockchafer, Colombo, Cricket, Curlew, Despatch, Diomede, Durban, Gnat, Hawkins, Hollyhock, Iroquois, Kent, Kinsha, Magnolia, Mantis, Marazion, Merlin (1), Moth, Petersfield, Scarab, Tamar, Tarantula, Teal, Titania, Virago, Whiting, Woodcock, Woodlark

Pacific, New Zealand Station

Chatham, Laburnum, Una (RAN), Veronica

Round-the-World Tours (or in part) or Voyages

Dunedin (UK to NZ), Hood, Malaya, New Zealand, Renown, Repulse, Temeraire (as training ship), Warrego (RAN)

 
 

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