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

4 Marksman (later) Leaders


Page 99

SEYMOUR                    Photo, U.N.

4 Cammell-Laird: Grenville, Parker (ex Frobisher), Saumarez, Seymour. First two 1666 tons, last two 1673 tons.

  • Dimensions: 315 (p.p,), 325 (o.a.) x 31.75 x 10 feet (mean), 12.25 (max.) draught.
  • Guns: 4-4 inch (DIR. CON.), 2-2 pdr. pom-pom, 1 M.G.
  • Tubes: 4-21 inch in pairs.
  • Machinery: Parsons turbines. 3 screws.
    Designed S.H.P. 36,000 = 34 kts.
    Boilers: Yarrow.
    Oil: about 510/420 tons.
  • Complement, 116.

General Notes.- All Emergency War Programme. Same design as Gabriel, Marksman &c., but have only three funnel.

War Losses: Hoste (Cammell Laird). Removals: Anzac (Denny) presented to Australia, 1919.

    Begun.     Launch.      Comp.        Begun.     Launch.     Comp.   
Grenville 19/6/15 17/6/16 11/10/16 Saumarez 2/3/16 14/10/16 21/12/16
Parker 19/6/15 16/8/16 13/11/16 Seymour 23/11/15 31/8/16 30/11/16

Source: As extracted from Jane's Fighting Ships © for 1919 - p 99

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