HMS Swiftsure

HMS Swiftsure

La Royal Navy ha tenido buques nombrados HMS Swiftsure desde 1573, entre los que se incluyen:

  • galeón botado en 1573, reconstruido y renombrado Speedwell en 1607, y perdido en 1624.
  • cañones botado en 1621, y capturado por los holandeses en 1666.
  • navío de línea de 70 cañones botado en 1673, que posteriormente, fue renombrado Revenge.
  • 1750.
  • Francia en 1801. Posteriormente, recapturado por la Royal Navy en la Batalla de Trafalgar y renombrado como HMS Irresistible.
  • 1804, que participó en la batalla de Trafalgar y que fue vendido en 1845.
  • HMS Swiftsure (1870) fragata blindada, líder de su clase, botada en 1870.
  • acorazado pre- Dreadnought líder de su clase, botado en 1903. Sirvió en el Mediterráneo durante la Primera Guerra Mundial y fue desguazado en 1920.
  • crucero ligero de clase Minotaur botado en 1943. Sirvió en lejano oriente durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
  • submarino, líder de su su clase, botado en 1971. Fue dado de baja en 1992, tras sufrir dañoes en su casco de presión durante sus pruebas.



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