This table shows all vessels of this class on the books of the Royal Navy in the period 1840-1880.
Name: Follow links in this column for snippets concerning the career of the vessel. Launched: "1800a" means acquired in 1800; "1800r" means renamed in 1800 to name shown in "Name" column; see "Note" column for original name, under which entry other details are given. H(ull): C = composite, I = iron, S = steel, W = wood. P(ropulsion): H = hydraulic, P = paddle, S = screw, W = sail. B.M. = burthen, builders measure (tons). Disp. = displacement (tons); during this period displacement was replacing burthen as a measure of the "size" of vessels. Guns = initial number of guns (may have been different later in career). TT = torpedo tubes. Fate: year of sale, breaking up or loss; if lost or sold for reuse see details in "Note" column. SB = ships book in the National Archives, London: ADM 135/xxx (giving the history of the maintenance of the ship - hull, machinery and armament - from construction to disposal). Note: "1800 = Nnnnnn" means renamed to Nnnnnn in 1800; "1850 screw 1000 bm" means converted to a screw ship of 1000 tons burthen in 1850. c.h. = coal hulk; d.s. = depot ship.; h.s. = harbour service; r.s = receiving ship; t.s. = training ship; MV = mortar vessel; WV = watch vessel; YC = yard craft. Merchant ship names in italics. Data in red are alternate data when sources disagree.