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Arrogant Class 2nd Class  Cruisers  

The Arrogant Class cruisers were built as part of the 1895 Naval programme  and were intended to be used with the fleet and to use "ramming tactics during action. Their ram was heavier and more pronounced than other second rate cruisers.  The arrogant Class were the first second rate cruisers to be fitted with water tube boilers,  with six Belleville boilers mounted in each of the three Boiler rooms.  In 1903 to 1904 the class were re armed with ten 6 -inch Guns.

Displacement: 5750 tons, Speed: 19 Knots.  Compliment 480  Armament: Four 6 inch Guns,  Six 4.7-inch QF guns , Eight 12 pdr  and Three 3 pdr QF, 5 machine Guns.  Three 18-inch Torpedo Tubes 

 

HMS Arrogant 26th May 1896 Served as a depot ship in June 1911. Sold for scrapping on 13th November 1923.
HMS Furious 3rd December 1896 Sold
HMS Gladiator 18th December 1896 Sank in collision with a liner on 25th April 1908.
HMS Vindictive 9th December 1897 Scuttled as a blockship on 10th May 1918. Raised on 16th August 1920 and broken up.
HMS Furious

HMS Furious c.1905 

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HMS Furious.

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HMS Vindictive

HMS Vndictive

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HMS Vindictive c.1915. 

 

HMS Vindictive after being scuttled.

HMS Vindictive.

HMS Vindictive.

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