Index
Leaders
Admiralty Large Design
Thornycroft Type
Admiralty "V" Leaders
Marksmen (later) Type
Marksmen Type
White Boats
Special Boat (Swift)
Destroyers
Admiralty "V" (Post War)
Yarrow "S"
Thorneycroft "S"
Admiralty "S"
Thorneycroft "V" (6 Tube)
Admiralty "V" (6 Tube)
Thorneycroft "V"
Admiralty "V"
Yarrow "Later M"
Thornycroft "R"
Admiralty Mod "R"
Admiralty "R"
Admiralty "M"
Thornycroft "M"
Hawthorn "M"
Yarrow "M"
Ex-Turkish
Ex-Greek
"L" Class
"K" Class
"I" Class
"H" Class
"G" Class
 
As extracted from Jane's Fighting Ships © for 1919

British Navy - Destroyers

3 Ex-Greek Destroyers


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MEDEA

1 Clydebank: Medea (ex Kriti). 1007 tons.

2 Fairfield: Melpomene (ex Samos), Melampus (ex Chios). 1040 tons.

  • Dimensions: 273.33 x 26.66 x 10.25 feet.
  • Guns: 3-4 inch, 1-2 pdr. pom-pom. 1 M.G. Torpedo tubes: 4-21 inch in twin deck mountings. Also usual D.C.
  • Machinery: Brown-Curtis turbines and Yarrow boilers. 3 screws. Designed H.P. 25,000 = 32 kts. Fuel: 276/225 tons.
  • Complement, 80.

Notes: Ordered for Greek Navy, and taken over for British Navy, 1914, Medusa (ex Greek Lesvos) built by Clydebank, lost, during War.

  Begun. Launch. Comp
Medea 8/4/14 30/1/15 5/15
Melampus ........ 16/12/14 29/6/15
Melpomene ........ 1/2/15 16/8/15

Source: As extracted from Jane's Fighting Ships © for 1919 - p 102

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