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HMS Unicorn (1824)  (9th)
5th Rate 46-gun

    
This the ninth ship to carry the name HMS Unicorn was a firth rate, 46-gun, ship. 

Built at Chatham Dockyard, launched 30-Mar-1824, 151ft 6in long, 40ft 6in wide and of 1,084 tons builders measurement.

Used as a powder hulk from 1860. Then a Royal Navy Reserve, drillship at Dundee, from Nov-1873.

Renamed Unicorn II Feb-1939, then Cressy 20-Nov-1968.

Transferred as Head Office of the Unicorn Preservation Society 29-Sep-1968.

 

Other HMS Unicorn
- 1st  HMS Unicorn
- 2nd HMS Unicorn
- 3rd HMS Unicorn
- 4th HMS Unicorn
- 5th HMS Unicorn
- 6th HMS Unicorn
- 7th HMS Unicorn
- 8th HMS Unicorn
- 9th HMS Unicorn
- 10th HMS Unicorn
- 11th HMS Unicorn

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This page last edited - 09 January, 2013.

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