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HMS Comet (1831)  (10th)
Wooden Paddle Vessel 3-gun

    
This the tenth ship to carry the name HMS Comet was a 3-gun, wooden paddle vessel.

Built at Deptford Dockyard, launched 23-May-1822, 115ft long, 21ft wide and of 238 tons builders measurement.

The first steam vessel built by the Royal Navy but did not appear on the Navy List until 1831.

Broken up at Portsmouth 1868.

 

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This page last edited - 20 April, 2013.

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