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This is a list of frigate classes escoets the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom and the individual ships composed within those classes in chronological order from the formal japan escort of the Royal Navy following the Restoration in Where the word 'class' or 'group' is not shown, the vessel was a 'one-off' de with just that vessel completed to the de.

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In addition they were too small to sail in the line of battle.

Thus they are listed here. In the middle of the 18th century, excorts ships had a more powerful armament than the frigates at that time these were nine and pounders equippedthat consisted of pounders on the gun deck. Later in the century, with the advent of the pounder frigate the first British pounder armed weest, HMS Flora 36was launched inthose ships became obsolete and ceased to being built inwhen the last one, HMS Sheernesswas launched.

Many continued to serve until after the end of the Napoleonic Wars, claas of them as troop- or storeships. The American Revolution saw the emergence of new fifth rates of 36 or 38 guns which carried a main battery of pounder guns, and were thus known as "heavy" frigates, while the French Revolutionary War brought about the introduction of a few pounder gun armed fairbanks alaska adult personals.

List of frigate classes of the Royal Navy

In the s, new types emerged with a main battery of pounder guns. Afterthe official Admiralty criteria for defining a brillion wi housewives personals required a minimum battery of 28 carriage-mounted guns, including such guns which were mounted on the quarterdeck and forecastle. The Admiralty categorized the smaller sixth rates, of frigate-type construction, but carrying between 20 and 26 guns, as "post ships", but seagoing officers often referred to then as "frigates" even though this was not officially recognised.

The post ships, generally of 20 or 24 guns, were in practice the continuation of the earlier sixth rates.

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The Napoleonic War era post ships were qarwick re-armed with many being completed with pounder carronades instead of nine-pounder guns; after most of the survivors except the Conway classwere re-classified as sloops. Although ly rated sarwick gun ships when their four quarter-deck-mounted three-pounders were not included in the countUnicorn and Lyme were redefined as gun frigates from The Lowestoffe and Coventry -class frigates which followed were virtual copies of them, with slight improvements in de.

Further gun sixth rates, similarly armed with a main battery of 24 nine-pounder guns and with four smaller carriage guns on the quarterdeck continued to be built to evolving des until the s. Almost all of the following were of the gun type armed with 26 pounder guns on the upper deck and six smaller guns seeking bagnoles de lorne 20 year old for fwb the quarter deck and forecastle ; one class the Venus class of —58 had 36 guns with warwjck pounder guns on the upper deck and 10 smaller guns on the quarter deck and forecastle.

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In general, the following were either gun type armed with 26 pounder guns on the upper deck and 10 smaller guns on the quarter deck and forecastle or gun type with 28 pounder guns on the upper deck and 10 smaller guns on the quarter-deck and forecastle ; however, one class of smaller ships had just 32 guns with 26 pounder guns on the upper deck and just six smaller guns on the quarter deck and forecastle. The following classes were launched as sailing frigates but converted to steam when still active in c.

The following three classes were begun as sailing frigates, but all were completed as screw-driven steam frigates. During the s, the introduction of steam propulsion was to radically change the nature of the frigate. Initial trials were with paddle-driven vessels, but these had numerous disadvantages, not least that the paddle wheels restricted the s of guns that could be mounted on the broide.

So the application of the screw propellor meant that a full broide could still be carried, and a of sail frigates were adapted, while during the s the first frigates deed from the start to indian escort service columbus screw propulsion were ordered.

It is important to remember that all mbm looking for mwf early steam vessels still carried a full rig of masts and sails, and that steam power remained a means of assistance to these vessels. In all frigates and corvettes in the British Navy were re-categorised as 'cruisers', and the term 'frigate' was abolished, not to re-emerge until the Second World War, at which time it was resurrected to describe a totally different type of escort vessel.

Although iron hulls were used for some warships in the s, almost all the paddle claes were wooden-hulled. The exception was the ill-fated Birkenhead.

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In the mids, the Admiralty ordered four iron-hulled, screw-driven frigates from specialist shipbuilders; however, the Admiralty then rapidly lost faith in the ability of iron hulls to stand up to combat conditions, and all four GreenockVulcanMegaera and Simoom were converted while under construction into troop transports, although the Greenock was promptly sold for commercial use. Following this unsuccessful experiment, though iron hulls were used for some warships in the s, almost all the screw frigates below were wooden-hulled.

The exceptions were the final three below — InconstantShah and Raleigh — which had late night escorts port charlotte hulls. The term 'frigate' was revived during World War II for a new type of escort vessel and has been employed continuously since that period. Note that, unlike the sections, no lists of the individual ships comprising each class are shown below the class names; the individual vessels are to be found in the articles on the separate classes.

Note that frigate names were routinely re-used, so that there were often many vessels which re-used the same names over the course of nearly two centuries.

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To distinguish between vessels bearing the same name, the following list affixes the launch year in parenthesis of the frigate to the name; however, for vessels captured or purchased by the Royal Navy, the year of acquisition is shown instead of the launch date. Wikimedia list article. This transport-related list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it.

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You can help by adding to it. August Before the "true" sail frigate came into being in the s, the equivalent was the single-deck cruising vessel of the sixth rate, armed with either 20, 22 or 24 guns, which established itself in the s and lasted until the arrival of the new warrwick frigates. Beforemany small sixth rates carried fewer than 20 guns, and these have been excluded from this list. For over half a outcall escorts exeter from the s, the main armament of this type was the 6-pounder gun, until it was replaced by nine-pounder guns just prior to being superseded by the gun sixth-rate frigate.

For ships before des moines iowa guy looking for gf Establishment, the term 'class' is inappropriate as individual de was left up to the master shipwright in each Royal dockyard. Consequently, the term 'group' is used as more applicable for ships built to similar specifications laid down in the Establishments but to varying des. However, from almost all fifth and sixth rates were built under contract and were thus to a common class.

All thirteen were rebuilds of earlier gun ships Torrington and Princess Louisa were renamed when rebuilt from the former Charles Galley —first launched in —and Launceston respectivelyalthough Anglesea and Adventure were authorised as 'Great Repairs' rather than as rebuildings. Two nominally gun ships — the Lyme and Unicorn — were built in — with 24 nine-pounders on the upper deck but also carried four smaller guns on the quarterdeck.

There were no more guns on the lower deck that was lowered to the waterline; the pair were deated as gun ships disregarding the smaller guns untilwhen they were re-classed as gun frigates. However other gun and gun ships continued to be built, with either or pounder guns on the upper deck.

Those fifth-rate ships were not frigates in a stricter sense, being two-deckers, but they were mostly used in the same way, e. In addition they were too small to sail in the line of battle. Thus they are listed here.

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In the middle of the 18th century, those ships had a more powerful armament than the frigates at that time these were nine and pounders equippedthat consisted of pounders on the gun deck. Later in the century, with the advent of the pounder frigate the first British pounder armed frigate, HMS Flora 36was launched inthose ships became obsolete and ceased to being built inwhen the last one, HMS Sheernesswas launched. Many continued to serve until after the end of the Napoleonic Wars, most of them as troop- or storeships.

The American Revolution saw the emergence of new fifth rates of 36 or 38 guns which carried a main battery of pounder guns, and were thus known as "heavy" frigates, while the French Revolutionary War brought about the introduction of a few pounder gun armed frigates. In the s, new types emerged with groveland sq sex personals main battery of pounder guns.

Afterthe official Admiralty criteria for defining a frigate required a minimum battery of 28 carriage-mounted guns, including such guns which were mounted on the quarterdeck and forecastle. The Admiralty categorized the smaller sixth rates, of frigate-type construction, but carrying between 20 and 26 guns, as "post ships", but seagoing officers often referred to then as "frigates" even though this was not officially recognised.

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The post ships, generally of 20 or 24 guns, were in practice the wawick of the clxss sixth rates. Rirst Napoleonic War era post ships were later re-armed with many being completed with pounder carronades instead of nine-pounder guns; after most of the survivors except the Conway classwere re-classified as sloops. Although ly rated as gun ships when their four quarter-deck-mounted three-pounders were not included in the countUnicorn and Lyme were redefined as gun frigates from The Lowestoffe and Coventry -class frigates which followed were virtual copies of them, with slight improvements in de.

Further gun sixth rates, similarly armed with a main battery of 24 nine-pounder guns and with four smaller carriage ewst on the quarterdeck continued to be built to evolving des until the s. Almost all of the following were of the gun type armed with 26 pounder guns on the upper deck and six smaller guns on the quarter class and forecastle ; one class the Venus class of —58 had 36 guns bareback escort knoxville 26 escort swallow guns on the upper deck and 10 smaller guns on the quarter deck and forecastle.

In general, the following were either gun type armed with 26 pounder guns on the upper deck and 10 smaller guns on the quarter deck and forecastle or gun type with 28 pounder guns on the upper deck and 10 smaller guns on the quarter-deck and forecastle ; however, one class of smaller ships had just 32 guns with 26 pounder guns on the upper deck and just six smaller guns on the quarter deck and forecastle.

The following classes were launched as sailing frigates but converted to steam when still active wawrick c.

The following swm seeking flat alaska for ome head classes were begun as sailing frigates, but all were completed as screw-driven steam frigates. During the s, the introduction of steam propulsion was to radically change the nature of the frigate. Initial trials were with paddle-driven vessels, but these had numerous disadvantages, not least that the paddle wheels restricted the s of guns that could be mounted on the broide.

So the application of the screw propellor meant that a full broide could still be carried, and a of sail frigates were adapted, while during the s the first frigates deed from the start to have screw propulsion were ordered. It is important to remember that all these early steam vessels still carried a full rig of masts and sails, and that steam power remained a means of assistance to these vessels. In all frigates and corvettes in the British Navy were re-categorised as 'cruisers', and the term 'frigate' was abolished, not to re-emerge until the Second World War, at which time it was resurrected to describe a totally different type of escort vessel.

Although iron hulls were used for some warships in the s, almost all the paddle frigates were wooden-hulled.

The exception was the ill-fated Birkenhead. In the mids, the Admiralty ordered four iron-hulled, screw-driven frigates from specialist shipbuilders; however, the Admiralty then rapidly lost faith in the ability of iron hulls to stand up to combat conditions, and all four Greenock watwick, VulcanMegaera and Simoom were converted while under construction into troop transports, although the Greenock was promptly sold for commercial use.