St Vincent Class
Battleship histories. Royal naval battleship HMS St Vincent, HMS Collingwood and HMS Vanguard. Battleship website dedicated to the history of HMS St Vincent, HMS Collingwood and HMS Vanguard from their launch to their participation in major wars also notice board for Naval Enthusiasts and Historians as well as Descendants of crew of HMS St Vincent , HMS Collingwood and HMS Vanguard.
Displacement: 19,560 tons. Speed: 21 knots. Armament: Ten 12 inch guns in pairs, twenty 4 inch quick firing guns, four 3pdr guns, three 18 inch torpedo tubes. Compliment: 718.
Pictured 1913 either HMS Collingwood or HMS St Vincent.
HMS ST. VINCENT. Built at Portsmouth Dockyard and launched 10th September 1908, being commissioned into the Royal navy on the 3rd May 1909. She took part in the Battle of Jutland during World War One and after the war, she was used as a training ship. from march 1919, finally removed from service 1921 and sold for scrap on 1st December 1921.
|HMS COLLINGWOOD||7TH NOVEMBER 1908||BROKEN UP 12TH DECEMBER 1922.|
|HMS ST. VINCENT||10TH SEPTEMBER 1908||BROKEN UP 1ST DECEMBER 1921.|
|HMS VANGUARD||22ND FEBRUARY 1909||SUNK 9TH JULY 1917.|