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HMS Hornet (1893) - Design and Construction
... for two ships each, with Yarrows' two ships named HMS Havock and Hornet ... they differed in the boilers used, with Havock using two conventional locomotive-type fire-tube boilers while Hornet used eight water tube boilers ... (This resulted in Havock having two funnels while Hornet was fitted with four funnels) ...
HMS Havock
... Six vessels of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Havock, including HMS Havock was a 12-gun gun-brig launched in 1805 ... HMS Havock was a mortar vessel launched in 1855, and renamed MV5 later that year ... HMS Havock was an Albacore-class wooden screw gunboat launched in 1856 and sold in 1870 ...
HMS Havock (1893)
... HMS Havock was a Havock-class torpedo boat destroyer of the British Royal Navy built by the Yarrow shipyard ... Havock was launched on 12 August 1893 ... Havock-class destroyer Havock Hornet Preceded by Daring class Followed by Ferret class List of destroyer classes of the Royal Navy ...
Havock Class Destroyer
... The Havock class was a class of torpedo boat destroyer (TBD) of the British Royal Navy ... The two ships, HMS Havock and HMS Hornet, built in London in 1893 by Yarrow Company, were the first TBDs to be completed for the Royal Navy, although the ... different designs each produced by a different shipbuilder HMS Havock and HMS Hornet from Yarrow ...
HMS Havock (H43)
... HMS Havock (H43) was an H-class destroyer built for the British Royal Navy in the mid-1930s ... During the first few months of World War II, Havock searched for German commerce raiders in the Atlantic Ocean and participated in the First Battle of ... Havock began escorting supply convoys in June to Tobruk, Libya until the ship was damaged in October ...