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HMS Teazer (1895)

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Name  HMS Teazer
Launched  9 February 1895
Builder  J. Samuel White
Displacement  320 long tons (325 t)
Length  61 m
Fate  Sold for scrapping, 9 July 1912
Class and type  Conflict-class destroyer
Propulsion  White-Forster boilers, 4,500 hp (3,356 kW)
Speed  27 knots (50 km/h; 31 mph)

HMS Teazer was a Conflict-class destroyer built by the White shipyard for the Royal Navy. She was launched on 9 February 1895, and sold for scrapping on 9 July 1912.

Service history

In January 1900 it was announced that Teazer would be commissioned as tender to the torpedo school HMS Vernon at Chatham, but she was on 12 February commissioned as tender to the HMS Excellent, gunnery school at Portsmouth. She then served in the Portsmouth instructional flotilla until April 1902, when her crew was transferred to the destroyer Syren, which took her place in the flotilla. Later in 1902, she underwent repairs to re-tube her boilers.

References

HMS Teazer (1895) Wikipedia


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