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SS Shaume

                                               

SS Shetucket

                                               

SS Shope

                                               

SS Sinnemahoning

                                               

SS Sinsinawa

                                               

SS Skanamania

                                               

SM U-11 (Austria-Hungary)

SM U-11 or U-XI was a U-10 -class submarine in the Austro-Hungarian Navy during World War I. She was originally a German Type UB I submarine commissioned into the German Imperial Navy as SM UB-15. SM UB-15 was constructed in Germany and shipped b ...

                                               

SM U-15 (Austria-Hungary)

SM U-15 or U-XV was a U-10 -class submarine or U-boat of the Austro-Hungarian Navy during World War I. U-15 was constructed in Germany and shipped by rail to Pola where she was assembled and launched in April 1915. She was commissioned in October ...

                                               

Ships built in Devon

                                               

Ships built in East Sussex

                                               

Ships built in Hampshire

                                               

Ships built in Kent

                                               

Ships built in Norfolk

                                               

Ships built in Goole

                                               

Ships built in Kingston upon Hull

                                               

Ships built in Chatham

                                               

Ships built in Frindsbury

                                               

Ships built in Rochester, Kent

                                               

HMS Sandgate Castle (K473)

                                               

Ships built in Gravesend

                                               

Ships built in Greenhithe

                                               

Ships built in Northfleet

                                               

HMS Albacore (1909)

HMS Albacore was a "thirty-knotter" destroyer of the British Royal Navy, which was later classified as part of the B class. She was built by Palmers of Yarrow as a private venture, launching in 1906, and being purchased in 1909. She served throug ...

                                               

HMS Cornelia (1808)

HMS Cornelia was a Royal Navy 32-gun fifth-rate Narcissus -class frigate, launched in 1808 at South Shields. She participated in the Invasion of Ile de France in 1810 and the invasion of Java in 1811. She was broken up in 1814.

                                               

Izumo-class cruiser

The Izumo -class cruisers were a pair of armored cruisers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy in the late 1890s. As Japan lacked the industrial capacity to build such warships herself, the vessels were built in Britain. They were part of the "Si ...

                                               

Ships built in Mistley

                                               

Orkan-class fast attack craft

The original project was prepared by the German Democratic Republic for its navy and was named Project 660, it also received the NATO reporting name "Sassnitz". After the Unification of Germany the unfinished hulls were bought by the Polish Navy ...

                                               

Parchim-class corvette

The Parchim-class corvette was developed for the East German Navy in the late 1970s, and built by the Wolgast Peene-Werft. The ships were designed for coastal anti-submarine warfare. In case of an all-out NATO-Warsaw Pact war in Europe their prim ...

                                               

Italian cruiser Agordat

Agordat was a torpedo cruiser of the Italian Regia Marina built in the late 1890s. She was the lead ship of the Agordat class, which had one other member, Coatit. The ship, which was armed with twelve 76 mm guns and two 450 mm torpedo tubes, was ...

                                               

Italian cruiser Calatafimi

Calatafimi was a torpedo cruiser of the Partenope class built for the Italian Regia Marina in the 1880s. She was built by the Cantiere navale fratelli Orlando shipyard; her keel was laid in July 1891, she was launched in May 1894, and was commiss ...

                                               

Italian cruiser Campania

Campania was a small protected cruiser built for the Italian Regia Marina in the 1910s. She was the lead ship of the Campania class, which included one other ship, Basilicata. Designed for colonial service, the ship was armed with a comparatively ...

                                               

Italian cruiser Coatit

Coatit was a torpedo cruiser of the Italian Regia Marina built in the late 1890s. She was the second and final member of the Agordat class. The ship, which was armed with twelve 76 mm guns and two 450 mm torpedo tubes, was too slow and short-rang ...

                                               

Italian cruiser Elba

Elba was a protected cruiser of the Italian Regia Marina. She was the fifth of six Regioni-class ships, all of which were named for regions of Italy, with the exception of Elba, which was named for the island. Elba was built by the Regio Cantieri ...

                                               

Italian cruiser Lombardia

Lombardia was a protected cruiser of the Italian Regia Marina built in the 1890s. The ship was the second of six vessels in its class, but was the first to enter service. Named for the region of Lombardy, she was laid down in November 1889, was l ...

                                               

Italian ironclad Messina

Messina was the second of three Principe di Carignano -class ironclads built for the Italian Regia Marina in the 1860s. She was laid down in September 1861, her hull was launched in December 1864, and she was completed in February 1867. Messina w ...

                                               

Italian ironclad Principe Amedeo

Principe Amedeo was an ironclad warship built by the Italian Regia Marina in the 1860s and 1870s. She was the lead ship of the Principe Amedeo class, alongside her sister ship Palestro. Principe Amedeo was laid down in 1865, launched in 1872, and ...

                                               

Italian cruiser Saetta

Saetta was a Folgore -class torpedo cruiser built for the Italian Regia Marina in the 1880s. Armed with three 14 in torpedo tubes and six light guns, she was capable of a top speed of 17 knots. She was built in the mid-1880s, was launched in May ...

                                               

List of ships built by William Denny and Brothers

                                               

Amazonas-class corvette

The Amazonas class are three offshore patrol vessels built by VT Shipbuilding. The ships entered service with the Brazilian Navy during 2012 and 2013.

                                               

HMCS Crusader (R20)

HMCS Crusader was a C-class destroyer originally ordered by the Royal Navy in 1942 and transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in 1946. During the Korean War she was the leading ship in the legendary Trainbusters Club, destroying five North Korean ...

                                               

KD Lekiu

                                               

USS Little Ada (1864)

USS Little Ada was a steamer captured by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. She was used by the Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries. Little Ada, an iron screw ste ...

                                               

Conflict-class sloop

The Conflict -class sloop was a class of two first-class wooden screw sloops built for the Royal Navy in the mid 1840s. Two other ships were ordered but cancelled shortly afterwards. Both completed ships served in the Baltic during the Crimean wa ...

                                               

Ascension Dockyard

                                               

Royal Navy dockyards in North America

                                               

Royal Navy dockyards in the West Indies

                                               

Asama-class cruiser

The Asama -class cruisers were a pair of armored cruisers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy in the late 1890s. As Japan lacked the industrial capacity to build such warships herself, the ships were built in Britain. They were part of the "Six- ...

                                               

Project 22220 icebreaker

Project 22220, also known through the Russian type size series designation LK-60Ya, is a series of Russian nuclear-powered icebreakers. As of 2019, three vessels have been launched at Baltic Shipyard in Saint Petersburg and two more are on order. ...

                                               

Cheadle Lower Mill

Cheadle Lower Mill, often called Cheadle Bleachworks, and now renamed, The Bleachworks, is a former mill in Cheadle, Greater Manchester, England. A mill has been on the site since the 12th Century, originally used as a water powered corn mill. It ...

                                               

Cavendish Mill, Ashton-under-Lyne

Cavendish Mill is a Grade II* listed former cotton spinning mill in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, in the United Kingdom. It was built between 1884 and 1885 for the Cavendish Spinning Company by Potts, Pickup & Dixon of Oldham. Cavendish ...

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