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HMS Tuscan

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Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Tuscan.

  • HMS Tuscan, was the French 16-gun Friedland-class brig Ronco, launched in April 1808, captured in May 1808, renamed Tuscan, and sold in 1818. She became a whaler, making six whaling voyages before being condemned during her seventh in 1840 as no longer seaworthy.
  • HMS Tuscan, S-class destroyer launched in March 1919 and scrapped in 1932
  • HMS Tuscan, T-class destroyer launched in May 1942, later converted to a Type 16 frigate and scrapped in 1966
  • References

    HMS Tuscan Wikipedia

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