HMS Sikh (1892) TB  (1st)

This the first ship to carry the name HMS Sikh was a a torpedo boat.

Originally built as an Indian (RIM) boat No 5 (Sikh), built by McArthur of Paisley, launched 1888, 130ft 6in long, 14ft wide and displacing 92 tons. Armed with 5 x torpedo tubes.

Transferred to the Royal Navy 1892.

Renamed Torpedo Boat No 105 in 1901.

Sold 27-Mar-1920 to Willoughby of Plymouth.


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This page last edited - 26 April, 2013.

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