HMS Hermes (1898)
HMS Hermes was a Highflyer-class cruiser which served with the Royal Navy. She is notable for being refitted in April–May 1913 as the first experimental seaplane carrier of the Royal Navy, with a launching platform and room to stow three seaplanes (the French Foudre preceded her by about a year).
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... HMSHermes lies upside down in approximately 30 meters (100 feet) of water in position 51°06′18″N 1°50′18″E / 51.105°N 1.83833°E / 51.105 1.83833Coordinates 51°06′18 ...
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