HMS Victoria and Albert (1855)
HMS Victoria and Albert (1855)


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NameVictoria and Albert (1855)Explanation
TypeYacht   
Launched16 January 1855
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure2345 tons
Displacement2470 tons
Guns 
Fate1904
Class 
Ships book
NoteLaid down as Windsor Castle.
Ships book ADM 136/1
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
16 December 1855
- 25 January 1862
Commanded by Captain Joseph Denman, Portsmouth
23 January 1862
- 23 March 1863
Commanded by Captain George Henry Seymour, Portsmouth
7 April 1863
- 31 December 1876
Commanded by Captain Prince Ernest L.V.C.A.J.E Leiningen, Portsmouth
1 January 1869
- 26 February 1872
Commanded by Commander Hugh Campbell, Portsmouth
1 January 1877
- 12 February 1877
Commanded by Captain Hugh Campbell, Portsmouth, until he died
15 March 1877
- 1884
Commanded by Captain Frank Tourle Thomson, Portsmouth
15 October 1884
- 1 January 1893
Commanded by Captain John Reginald Thomas Fullerton
1 January 1893
- 1901
Commanded by Rear-Admiral John Reginald Thomas Fullerton


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