HMS Loch More was a Loch class frigate of the Royal Navy named after Loch More in Scotland. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Loch More (K369)"
The British frigate, H.M.S. Lutine had been launched at Brest in 1785, as La Lutine for the French Royal Navy. The name means Sprite. To avoid her capture by the French revolutionary forces, she was transferred to the British Royal Navy in 1793. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Lutine (1785)"
HMS Macedonian was a 38-gun sailing frigate in the Royal Navy, later captured by the United States during the War of 1812. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Macedonian"
The second HMS Mersey was commissioned just six years after the first Mersey in 1858. Her and her sister ship HMS Orlando were the longest wooden warships built for the Royal Navy at 336 feet overall was nearly twice the size of HMS Victory, the flagship of Admiral Horatio Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar. At 5643 tons displacement, she was certainly a large and impressive looking ship in her day. She was heavily armed, and in comparison to many of her counterparts was quite fast with an approximate speed of 12½ knots. Her only deployments were relatively short duties to the North America and West Indies Stations between 1861- 1862. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Mersey (1858)"
HMS Morecambe Bay named after Morecambe Bay on the north western coast of England was a Bay class anti-aircraft frigate. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Morecambe Bay (F624)"
HMS Mounts Bay, named after Mount's Bay, was a Royal Navy Bay class frigate launched in 1945. she was previously named Loch Kilbirnie. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Mounts Bay"
HMS Pandora was a 24-gun frigate of the Royal Navy, built by Adams and Barnard at Deptford, and launched on 17 May 1779. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Pandora (1779)"
HMS Phoebe was a 36-gun fifth-rate frigate of the British Royal Navy. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Phoebe (1795)"
HMS Rose was a sixth-rate frigate built in Hull, England in 1757. Her activities in suppressing smuggling in the colony of Rhode Island provoked the formation of what became the Continental Navy, precursor of the modern United States Navy. In the Seven Years' War, Rose was in service in the Channel and in the Caribbean. In 1768, she was sent to the North American station. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Rose (1757)"
HMS Serapis was a British frigate launched by the Royal Navy in 1779. The vessel was named after the god Serapis in Greek and Egyptian mythology. The vessel was captured by Americans during the American Revolutionary War. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Serapis (1779)"
The HMS Shannon was a Royal Navy 38 gun frigate of the Leda class, launched in 1806. She won a noteworthy naval victory on June 1, 1813, during the War of 1812, against the American Navy's USS Chesapeake. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Shannon (1806)"
HMS Sidon was a first-class paddle frigate designed by Sir Charles Napier. Her keel was laid down May 26, 1845 at Deptford Dockyard, and she was launched on May 26, 1846. She had a fairly short career for a warship, but it included the rescue of the crew of the sinking Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation vessel Ariel on May 28, 1848, and a trip up the Nile that same year. She was broken up in July 1864. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Sidon (1846)"
HMS Torquay (F43) was a Type 12 Whitby class frigate of the Royal Navy. They were the first frigate to have the "V" form hull which is certainly the most outstanding small warship design of the 20th century. This evolutionally design made it possible to be driven in head sea with the usual slamming which occurs with conventional destroyers of the time. Each Frigate cost 3.5 million pounds and the first ship completed was HMS Torquay in May 1956. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Torquay (F43)"
HMS Trincomalee is a Royal Navy Leda-class sailing frigate built shortly following the end of the Napoleonic Wars. After serving as a hulk, she was restored to her original appearance, and now serves as a museum ship. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Trincomalee" Be happy with www.shortopedia.com
HMS Unicorn and her sister ship, HMS Trincomalee, are surviving sailing frigates of the successful Leda class. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Unicorn (1824)"
HMS Yarmouth (F101) was this first Modified Type 12 frigate of the Rothesay class to enter service with the Royal Navy. From her commissioning in 1960, she performed in numerous roles, including the Falklands War. She was finally decommissioned in 1986. ...more on Wikipedia about "HMS Yarmouth (F101)"
The Leopard class were a series of British anti-aircraft defence frigates built for the Royal Navy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leopard class frigate"
Loch class frigates were essentially an improved River class. HMS Loch Arkaig (K426) and HMS Loch Tralaig (K655) were fitted with turbine engines that developed 1000 hp more power. ...more on Wikipedia about "Loch class frigate"
The River class frigates were a class of 151 frigates launched between 1941 and 1944 for use as anti-submarine convoy escorts in the North Atlantic. The majority served with the Royal Navy and Royal Canadian Navy, with the remainder serving in the other Commonwealth navies Royal Australian Navy, the Free French Navy and a few in the United States Navy. After World War II they found employment in other navies. ...more on Wikipedia about "River class frigate"
The Type 61 Salisbury (or Cathedral) class were a series of British aircraft direction frigates built for the Royal Navy. They were a follow on from the Type 41 Leopard class frigates but with reduced armament to make way for more aircraft direction equipment. As single-role vessels they were replaced by the more adaptable Leander class ...more on Wikipedia about "Salisbury class frigate"
The Type 81, or Tribal class, was a class of seven general-purpose frigates for the Royal Navy designed during the 1950s that served throughout the 1960s and 1970s with limited service during the 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tribal class frigate"
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The Type 21 frigate or Amazon class frigate was a Royal Navy general-purpose escort designed in the late 1960s, built in the 1970s and that served throughout the 1980s into the 1990s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Type 21 frigate"
The Type 22 Broadsword class frigates are a class of warships built for the Royal Navy. Fourteen of the class have been built, however only four, all Batch 3 ships, remain in service with the Royal Navy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Type 22 frigate"
The Type 23 frigate is a warship class of the Royal Navy also known as the Duke class. Sixteen of this class have been built, with the final vessel, HMS St Albans (F83) launched in May 2000. These vessels currently comprise around half of the entire surface escort fleet of the Royal Navy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Type 23 frigate"
The Type-12 Whitby class were a six-ship class of anti-submarine warfare (ASW) frigates of the Royal Navy. The class became the template for a number of subsequent classes, including the Leanders, arguably the most popular frigate in RN history. ...more on Wikipedia about "Whitby class frigate" Come again to www.shortopedia.com
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