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HMS Archer (1885)

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Name  HMS Archer
Beam  36 ft (11 m)
Launched  23 December 1885
Weight  1,798 tons
Draft  4.11 m
Yard number  226
Draught  13.5 ft (4.1 m)
Length  43 m
Displacement  1.606 million kg
Builder  John Brown & Company
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Class and type  Archer-class torpedo cruiser
Installed power  2500 ihp (increased to 4,500 with forced draught)

HMS Archer, was an Archer-class torpedo cruiser of the Royal Navy. Archer was laid down in 1885 and came into service on 11 December 1888. Archer served on the Cape of Good Hope and West Coast of Africa Station from 1889 to 1890. Archer was serving on the China Station in July 1894, when on the eve of the First Sino-Japanese War, Japanese Forces surrounded Seoul. Archer landed an armed party to protect the British Consol-General after a confrontation between him and Japanese troops. She served on the Australia Station from 7 September 1900 until 5 December 1903. She was decommissioned in 1905 and sold in April 1905 for £4,800 to Forrester, Swansea for scrap.

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HMS Archer (1885) Wikipedia


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