Frigate Tribal class, HMS Ashanti(F117) built by Yarrow of Scotstoun & launched 9/3/59. commissioned 23/11/61. the first commissioned Royal Navy warship to be equipped with combined steam and gas (COSAG) engines. Reclassified as a Harbour Training Ship in '81. '88 sunk as a target by submarines HMS Sceptre & Spartan.
HMS Cossack, Tribal class destroyer, famous for the boarding of the German supply ship Altmark in Norwegian waters, and the associated rescue of sailors originally captured by the German 'pocket battleship' Admiral Graf Spee.
Royal Navy - "HMS CORUNNA" (D97) was a (379') Battle Class Destroyer – Commissioned: 6 June 1947 – Crew: 268 Officers and Enlisted – Armament: 5 x 4.5 Inch (115mm) Guns, 8 x 40mm Bofors AA Guns, 10 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes and 2 x Sea Cat Missiles – Decommissioned: 1967 and Scrapped: 1975 (2)
HMS Temeraire, one of the 3 ship Bellerophon class that succeeded the prototype HMS Dreadnought into service. The name has remained in Royal Navy use ever since the distinguished performance of her captured French namesake in British use at Trafalgar in
This gallery presents a look inside the time capsule that is HMS Plymouth. The Rothesay-class frigate served in the Royal Navy from 1959 to 1988 and helped save the Falklands Islands from Argentinean invasion in
HMS Niobe was a ship of the Diadem-class of protected cruiser in the Royal Navy. She served in the Boer War and was then given to Canada as the first ship of the then newly created Royal Canadian Navy as HMCS Niobe.
HMS Bellona was a modified Dido class light cruisers of the British Royal Navy with only four turrets but improved anti-aircraft armament. Entering service in the cruiser operated during World War II as an escort for the Arctic convoys.