HMS Naiad

Vessel name on Arrival: HMS Naiad

Original Builder: Naval Constructions & Armaments Company, Barrow

Original Yard No: 177

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Vessel Type: cruiser

GRT: 3400

Year Built: 1892

Arrival Date: 08/06/1922

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HMS NAIAD  2nd Class Protected Cruiser

 

03-10-1889  :  Keel Laid Down

29-11-1890  :  Launched

Jan'y  1892  :  Completed

 

Dimensions  :  95.7  x  13.1 metres

 

Tonnage  :  3,400

 

Propulsion  :  2 x Steam Reciprocating Engines

 

Vessel Speed  :  13.1 knots

 

On completion, HMS NAIAD was placed in resreve at Portsmouth where she remained from 1892 through 1901

 

1901-1904  :  Mediterranean and Red Sea

1905-1907  :  Laid up at Chatham

1907-1910  :  Converted for mine-laying operations

1911           :  Placed in Reserve

1912-1914  :  Joined 2nd Fleet Mine Laying Squadron

1914-1915  :  In the Dover Squadron

1917           :  Served in the Tyne as a Depot Ship

1922           :  Sold for scrapping on 9th of June