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« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2014, 08:20:01 pm »
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HMS Odin (Part 1) - Cadmus-class Sloop
   Edited by Keith Ball, Somerset, UK

HMS Odin (Part 2) - Cadmus-class Sloop
   Edited by Keith Ball, Somerset, UK

HMS Odin (Part 3) - Cadmus-class Sloop
  Edited by Keith Ball, Somerset, UK

HMS Odin (Part 4) - Cadmus-class Sloop
  Edited by Keith Ball, Somerset, UK

HMS Ophir - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Jeff Olmstead, retired US Merchant Marine officer, La Crescenta, CA, USA

HMS Orama - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Caro, Old Weather Transcriber and Forum Moderator

HMS Orbita - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Kay Smith, Naval Enthusiast, Southampton, England

HMS Orotava - Armed Merchant Cruiser, hired merchantman
  Edited by Kay Smith, Naval Enthusiast, Southampton, England

HMS Orvieto -  Minelayer, later Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Hansjorg Kohler, Old Weather Transcriber, Cornaux, near Neuchatel, Switzerland

HMS Otranto (Part 1) - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Kay Smith, Naval Enthusiast, Southampton, England

HMS Otranto (Part 2) - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Kay Smith, Naval Enthusiast, Southampton, England

HMS Otter - Destroyer, C-class
  Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Otway - Armed Merchant Cruiser, hired merchantman.
  Edited by Kay Smith, Naval Enthusiast, Southampton, England
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« Reply #16 on: January 06, 2014, 08:21:12 pm »
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HMT Parramatta - Armed Trawler
  Edited by Caro, Old Weather Transcriber and Forum Moderator

HMS Patia - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Silvia Cavalieri, Old Weather Transcriber, Roma, Italy

HMS Patuca - Armed Merchant Cruiser
  Edited by Caro, Old Weather Transcriber and Forum Moderator

HMS Pegasus - Seaplane Carrier, built on merchantman hull
  Edited by Don Kindell, Naval History Researcher, Ohio

HMS Pelorus - Depot Ship, ex-Pelorus-class, 3rd Class Cruiser
   Edited by Don Kindell, Naval History Researcher, Ohio

HMS Persian Empire - Hired Trawler
  Edited by Jeff Olmstead, retired US Merchant Marine officer, La Crescenta, CA, USA

HMS Phaeton - Arethusa-class Light Cruiser
   Edited by Don Kindell, Naval History Researcher, Ohio

HMS Philomel - Light cruiser
   Edited by Mike Hemmington, ex-Merchant Navy engineer, Royal Navy enthusiast, New Zealand

HMS Princess - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
   Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Princess Royal - Battlecruiser, Lion-class
  Edited by Howard Stagg, Naval Enthusiast, Canberra, Australia

HMS Proserpine - Light Cruiser/old 3rd-Class Protected Cruiser, P, Pyramus or Pelorus-class
  Edited by Keith Ball, Old Weather Transcriber, Somerset, UK

HMS Psyche - Light Cruiser/old 3rd Class Cruiser, P or Pelorus-class
  Edited by Pat Marcus, Naval History Researcher, Ontario, Canada

HMS Pyramus -  Light Cruiser/old 3rd Class Cruiser, P or Pelorus-class
  Edited by Pat Marcus, Naval History Researcher, Ontario, Canada 
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« Reply #17 on: January 06, 2014, 08:23:05 pm »
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HMS Raleigh - Light Cruiser, Hawkins or Cavendish-class
  Edited by Dean M. Aschenbrenner, Naval History Enthusiast, North Tonawanda, near Niagara Falls, NY

HMS Renown - Battlecruiser, Renown-class
  Edited by Janet Lomas, Old Weather Transcriber, Lancashire, UK

HMS Ribble Destroyer, River, later E-class
  Edited by Janet Lomas, Old Weather Transcriber, Lancashire, UK
 
HMS Rinaldo - Old Sloop, Condor-class
  Edited by Helen J, Old Weather Transcriber, Oxfordshire

HMS Rosario - Submarine Depot Ship, ex-Sloop, Condor-class
  Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Roxburgh - Cruiser, ex-Armoured Cruiser, Devonshire-class
  Edited by Kay Smith, Naval Enthusiast, Southampton, England
« Last Edit: April 27, 2017, 11:21:10 am by Caro »

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« Reply #18 on: January 06, 2014, 08:24:16 pm »
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HMS Sapper - Admiralty Trawler, Military-class
  Edited by Pat Marcus, Naval History Researcher, Ontario, Canada

HMS Sapphire - Light Cruiser/old 3rd Class Cruiser, Gem-class
  Edited Pat Marcus, Naval History Researcher, Ontario, Canada

HMT Saxon - Armed Trawler
   Edited by Gordon Smith, Naval-History.Net

HMS Scarab - River Gunboat, Insect-class
   Edited by Mike Hemmington, ex-Merchant Navy engineer, Royal Navy enthusiast, New Zealand

HMS Sealark - Survey Vessel, purchased steamship
  Edited by Caro, Old Weather Transcriber and Forum Moderator

HMS Severn - River Monitor, Humber-class
   Edited by Paul Money, one time sailor and canal boatman, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Shearwater - Old Sloop, Condor-class
   Edited by Caro, Old Weather Transcriber and Forum Moderator

HMS Snipe - Heron-class River Gunboat
   Edited by Gordon Smith, Naval-History.Net

HMS Southampton - Light cruiser, Chatham-class
  Edited by Rosemary, Old Weather Transcriber, Renfrewshire

HMS Suffolk - Cruiser, ex-Armoured Cruiser, Kent or Monmouth-class
  Edited by Howard Stagg, Naval Enthusiast, Canberra, Australia

HMS Sutlej - Cressy-class Armoured Cruiser
  Edited by Don Kindell, Naval History Researcher, Ohio

HMS Suva - Armed Boarding Steamer, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Keith Ball, Old Weather Transcriber, Somerset, UK

HMS Swiftsure - Pre-dreadnought Battleship, Swiftsure-class
   Edited by Rosemary, Old Weather Transcriber, Renfrewshire

HMAS Sydney - Chatham-class, 2nd class/light cruiser
  Edited by Caro, Old Weather Transcriber and Forum Moderator

« Last Edit: June 17, 2016, 11:20:38 am by Caro »

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« Reply #19 on: January 06, 2014, 08:25:26 pm »
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HMS Talbot -  Light Cruiser, ex-2nd-class Protected cruiser, Eclipse-class
   Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Tamar - Base Ship
   Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Teal - River Gunboat
   Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Tenby Castle - Hired Trawler
  Edited by Caro, Old Weather Transcriber and Forum Moderator

HMS Teutonic -  Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Silvia Cavalieri, Old Weather Transcriber, Roma, Italy

HMS Thistle I - Old 1st class Gunboat, Bramble-class
  Edited by Paul Money, one time sailor and canal boatman, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Thistle II - Yacht, Hired
  Edited by Paul Money, one time sailor and canal boatman, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Titania - Submarine Depot Ship, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Hansjorg Kohler, Old Weather Transcriber, Cornaux, near Neuchatel, Switzerland

HMS Topaze - Light cruiser, ex-3rd-class Cruiser, Gem-class
  Edited by Janet Lomas, Old Weather Transcriber, Lancashire, UK

HMS Torch (1) - Alert-class Sloop
   Edited by Janet Bein, Old Weather Forum, Global Moderator, Chicago

HMS Trent - Fleet Messenger, hired merchantman
  Edited by Paul Money, one time sailor and canal boatman, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HM TB.35 - Torpedo Boat, TB.13-36-class
  Edited by Kay Smith, Naval Enthusiast, Southampton, England

HM TB.36 - Torpedo Boat, TB.13-36-class
  Edited by Kay Smith, Naval Enthusiast, Southampton, England

HM TB.037 - Torpedo Boat, ex-1st-class, 125-footer
   Edited by Hansjorg Kohler, Old Weather Transcriber, Cornaux, near Neuchatel, Switzerland

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« Reply #20 on: January 06, 2014, 08:26:15 pm »
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HMAS Una - Sloop
   Edited by Caro, Old Weather Forum, Global Moderator, UK

HMS Usk - Destroyer, River or E-class
   Edited by Maikel Noordeloos, Old Weather transcriber, Veldhoven, The Netherlands



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« Reply #21 on: January 06, 2014, 08:27:08 pm »
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HMS Vengeance - Predreadnought Battleship, Canopus-class
  Edited by Graham Hughes, France

HMS Venus - Light Cruiser/old 2nd Class Cruiser, Eclipse-class
  Edited by Don Kindell, Naval History Researcher (Ohio)

HMS Victorian (part 1) - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by Stuart Thomas, "PoyntonMan", son of HMS Victorian crew member

HMS Vindictive -  Light Cruiser/old 2nd Class Protected Cruiser, Arrogant-class
  Edited by Hansjorg Kohler, Old Weather Transcriber, Cornaux, near Neuchatel, Switzerland

HMS Vindictive (2) - Aircraft Carrier, Warship Conversion, ex-Light Cruiser, Hawkins-class
  Edited by Su Startin, Old Weather Transcriber, Exeter, England

HMS Virago - Old Destroyer, B-class 
  Edited by Caro, Old Weather Forum, Global Moderator (UK)

HMS Virginian - Armed Merchant Cruiser, mercantile conversion
  Edited by John Fisher, Historian, Southampton. Grandson of ERA Alfred Fisher, lost with HMS Viknor
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« Reply #22 on: January 06, 2014, 08:28:12 pm »
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HMAS Warrego - Destroyer, Australian I-class
  Edited by Caro, Old Weather Transcriber and Forum Moderator

HMS Weymouth - Light Cruiser/ex-2nd class Cruiser, Weymouth-class
  Edited by Jeff Olmstead, retired US Merchant Marine officer, La Crescenta, CA, USA

HMS Warrior - Cruiser
  Edited by Jeff Olmstead, retired US Merchant Marine officer, La Crescenta, CA, USA

HMS Warrior 2 - Yacht, Hired
  Edited by Jeff Olmstead, retired US Merchant Marine officer, La Crescenta, CA, USA

HMS Widgeon - River Gunboat, Widgeon-class
  Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Wonganella - Submarine Decoy or Q-ship, ex-Collier
  Edited by Howard Stagg, Naval Enthusiast, Canberra, Australia

HMS Woodcock - River Gunboat
  Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain

HMS Woodlark - River Gunboat
  Edited by Paul Money, "lover of the sea and ships", Cadiz, Spain
« Last Edit: April 25, 2017, 11:51:03 am by Caro »

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« Reply #23 on: January 06, 2014, 08:28:48 pm »
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« Reply #24 on: January 06, 2014, 08:36:58 pm »
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USS Jeannette - June 1879 to May 1880, Arctic Exploring Expedition
  Edited by Nico Waldt, history enthusiast, Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany

USS Jeannette - June 1880 to June 1881, Arctic Exploring Expedition
  Edited by Nico Waldt, history enthusiast, Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany

USS Rodgers - June to October 1881, Alaskan waters
  Edited by Nico Waldt, history enthusiast, Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany and Joan Arthur, Old Weather Transcriber, Oxford, England



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