- sold for BU 1946 Devastation
(1871) - Sold for BU 1908 Thunderer
turret-ship — Sold for BU 1909 Alexandra...
- HMS Devastation
was the first
of two Devastation-cl**** mastless turret ships built
for the Royal
Navy. This was the first
cl**** of ocean-going capital...
- the Channel
Squadron. Obsolescent following
the 1871 launching
of the mastless
and more capable
HMS Devastation, she was placed
in 1875, and...
- HMS Thunderer (1872) was a Devastation-cl**** ironclad
- the world's first mastless battleships
in 1872 and sold in 1909 HMS Thunderer (1911) was...
antecedents, but blended
of the all-metal mastless steam cruisers which
followed. Despite their qualities
they had relatively...
- ship. Those
that were directly modelled
were low-freeboard, mastless
, steam-powered vessels
with one or two rotating, armoured
to the western Mediterranean
region. The "V"-shaped and sometimes mastless
as crab claw sail, of the Austronesian people
- in that it had plywood instead
of fabric covering
of the rear fuselage, mastless radio
antenna, reflector gunsight
and improved armor
- turret machinery
the guns. It was also the world's first mastless
with a central superstructure
layout, and became
- burns. In August
2009, the ship was moored
to a buoy in Falmouth
the name Malcolm
Miller. In November
2011, she was laid up...