HMS Havock (1893)

From SpottingWorld, the Hub for the SpottingWorld network...
HMS Havock
Career Royal Navy Ensign
Builder: Yarrow & Company, Cubitt Town, London
Launched: 12 August 1893
Fate: broken up in 1912
General characteristics
Displacement: 240 tons
Length: 180 ft (55 m)
Beam: 18.5 ft (5.6 m)
Speed: 27 knots
Range: 3,000 nautical miles (5,600 km)
Complement: 46
Armament: one 12-pounder gun
three 6-pounders
three torpedo tubes

HMS Havock was a Havock-class torpedo boat destroyer of the British Royal Navy. She had a 240 tons displacement, a speed of 27 knots, and was armed with a single 12-pounder gun, three 6-pounders, and three torpedo tubes. Havock was launched on 12 August 1893. Her sea trials on 28 October 1893 were successful, her top speed indicating that she was capable of keeping up with battleships. She was broken up in 1912.