Hawke Battalion of the Royal Naval Division
A ferryboat used to land troops during the Great War
Confederate commerce raider
His Highness's Yacht Glasgow
A battleship of the Royal Australian Navy, and the first Australian ship to launch an aircraft while in motion
HMS Achilles was the first iron ship built in Royal Naval dockyard. During her career she had more changes of her rigging and armament than any other British warship.
A square rigged ship with a steam engine
A broadside ironclad frigate that was then turned into a training ship for young sailors.
A wooden warship bought from the East India Company that became the Training Ship Akbar
Screw sloop of the Cruizer class
She was one of the first Royal Navy ships to be equipped with an electric searchlight, and one of the last central battery ships. She was originally a Sultan-class ship, but then modified significantly and so ended up as a class in her own right.
was the lead ship of the Amethyst-class corvettes
A German merchant ship that was requisitioned by the Royal Navy as a Seaplane carrier during the Great War
A wooden warship that later becomes a Training Ship
The first aircraft carrier with a full length flight deck to be built
The first purpose built seaplane carrier of the Royal Navy
A 30 knotter destroyer built at the end of the Victorian Era
The Beacon class were designated as composite gunvessels with iron frames and a timber shell. These were the first non-battleship vessels to have iron frames and to have watertight bulkheads. They were originally built for service in China.
A British warship of the Crimean war, but not the same as the exploration ship used by Darwin
A steam packet that was requisitioned as a seaplane carrier during the Great War
HMS Bittern was one of the Plover class vessels, designated as wooden gunvessels and were commanded by officers with the rank of Commander. They were the last wooden ships built for the Royal Navy. This class had twin screws, to reduce her draught.
Warrior class armoured frigate 420 feet long by 58 feet wide. Like Warrior she had both a steam engine and sails with a maximum speed of 13 knots.
A square rigged ship with a steam engine
British warship used as a block ship during the First Ostend Raid
The Royal Navy's officer training ship
A pre-dreadnought battleship that was originally designed to be used in the Far East
A fourth rate sailing ship that would be used as a Training Ship
Laid down as HMS Goliath this ship later became the first training ship Clarence, a reformatory training ship on the Mersey
A Royal Navy warship that then became an Industrial Training Ship on the Menai Straits
A warship that then becomes a reformatory ship, and after that an Industrial Training Ship
A battleship of the Great War
This ship had a short naval career as she was a wooden ship when the navy was shifting over to ironclads. She was then converted for use as an Industrial Training Ship.
A victorian warship that took part in the bombardment of Alexandria
One of the Ariel class ships that were designated as composite gunboats. They were commanded by officers with the rank of Lieutenant. They had better sea-going qualities than any gunboats previously built.
A wooden warship that was considered for the role of the Training Ship Wellesley before the Cornwall was chosen
An Eclipse-class wooden screw sloop
A Destroy of the Great War
The warship that made all other warships obselete
E Class submarine that operated in the Sea of Marmara during the Great War
A Merchant ship that was requisitioned by the Royal Navy as a Seaplane carrier during the Great War
A merchant ship that was requisitioned as a seaplane carrier during the Great War
A Bacchante-class iron screw corvette
A ship of the line that was later transformed into a Training Ship for boys who would have otherwise been in workhouses.
She was unarmoured gunboat. Her armament was one 7 inch Muzzle-Loading Rifled (MLR) gun and two 64-pounder MLR guns. Later, she also carried several Nordenfelt machine-guns.
A wooden Victorian ship that supplied landing parties in the Zulu War and the First Beor War
A brig used for the anti-slavery patrols on the west coast of Africa during the early Victorian period
A warship of the victorian era that took part in the Anglo-Zulu war
A Victorian warship that then became the Industrial Training Ship at Portishead near Bristol
A frigate most famous because it was commanded by the Prince of Wales
A British Warship that became the second Training Ship Mercury
A cruiser of the Great War
A paddle steamer sloop that was used for anti-slavery patrols
An Industrial Training Ship based in Cardiff. She was not very successful at training boys for sea