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

1 Special Boat

Page 100

1 Cammell Laird: Swift (1907). 2207 tons.

  • Dimensions: 353 x 34.25 x 13 feet.
  • Oil: 385/280 tons. H.P. 30,000 = 35 kts. Parsons turbines. 4 screws. Yarrow boilers.
  • Armament: 1-6 inch, 2-4 inch, 1-2 pdr. pom-pom. 2-18 inch tubes.
  • Complement, 138.
  • Cost about 280,500.

Notes.-Although 12 years old, still the biggest Leader in British Navy. Extensively rebuilt after action in Dover straits, 1918.

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

© Jane's Information Group

^ back to top ^