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 White Boats (ex-Chilean)


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FAULKNOR.

3 White: Botha (ex Almirante Williams Rebolledo 1911), 1742 tons :
Broke (ex Almirante Goni, 1913), 1704 tons
Faulknor (ex Almirante Simpson, 1913), 1694 tons.

  • Dimensions: 331.33 x 32.5 x 11 ft. 7 in.
  • Armament 2-4.7 inch, 2-4 inch, 2-2 pdr. pom-poms. 4-21 inch tubes.
  • Designed H.P. 30,000 = 31 kts. in Botha, 32 kts. in Broke and Faulknor. Machinery: Turbines.
    Boilers: White-Forster. 3 screws.
    Fuel: (max.) 403 coal + 83 oil.
  • Complement, 205.

Note.-Another of the class, Tipperary, ex Almirante Riveros, sunk in Battle of Jutland. Purchased, August, 1914, on outbreak of war, from Chile. Re-armed 1918-19.

Tubes singly mounted in Botha, in pairs in Broke and Faulknor.

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

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