HMS SWALLOW

HMS SWALLOW
built by Scotts Greenock,
Yard No 491

Propulsion: 2 shaft Brown-Curtis, single reduction geared turbines, 3 Yarrow boilers, Oil, 27,000shp giving 36 knots.
Launched: Thursday, 01/08/1918
Built: 1918
Ship Type: Destroyer S Class
Tonnage: 1075t legend
Length: 276 ft
Breadth: 26 ft 8in
Status: Scrapped - 24/09/1936

Remarks:
Photo supplied by J Ward
McQuaid

To Ward 24/9/1936 as part payment for Majestic and scrapped Inverkeithing.

3 x 4in 45 cal QF Mk IV, 1 x 2pdr pom
pom, and 4 x 21in TTs (2 x 2). Crew 90

Ran aground off Chanak, but survived.
Previous update by Stuart Cameron

Last updated: by Bruce Biddulph from the original records by Stuart Cameron




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