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HMS Actaeon (1886)  (5th)
Torpedo Schoolship

    
This the fifth ship to carry the name HMS Actaeon was a torpedo schoolship.

Originally a fourth rate, 50-gun, ship, HMS Vernon.  Built at Woolwich Dockyard, launched 01-May-1832, 176ft long, 52ft 6in wide, of 2,080 tons builders measurement and displacing 2,388 tons. Armed with 50 x 32pdr guns.

Used as a torpedo schoolship from 1876, and renamed HMS Actaeon, 14-Jan-1886.

Sold 14-Sep-1923.

 

Other HMS Actaeon
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- 2nd HMS Actaeon
- 3rd HMS Actaeon
- 4th HMS Actaeon
- 5th HMS Actaeon
- 6th HMS Actaeon
- 7th HMS Actaeon
- 8th HMS Actaeon

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This page last edited - 19 March, 2013.

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