Harland & Wolff

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Harland & Wolff, Limited was a British shipbuilder, with their yard in Belfast.

E. J. Harland and G. W. Wolff combined operations in 1861. They constructed R.M.S. Titanic and many other liners as well as major warships.[1]

History

In 1912, they acquired a second shipyard in Govan, near Glasgow in Scotland.

Shipbuilding

Ship Type Launched Fate
H.M.S. Algerine gunvessel 1880 Sold 1892
H.M.S. Lizard gunboat 27 Nov, 1886 Sold 1905
H.M.S. Bramble gunboat 11 Dec, 1886 Sold 1906
H.M.S. Teutonic armed merchant cruiser 19 Jan, 1889 Broken up 1922
H.M.S. Oceanic armed merchant cruiser 14 Jan, 1899 Wrecked 8 Sep, 1914
H.M.S. Celtic armed merchant cruiser 4 Apr, 1901 Wrecked 10 Dec, 1928
H.M.S. Cedric armed merchant cruiser 21 Aug, 1902 Scrapped 1932
H.M.S. Enchantress yacht 7 Nov, 1903 Sold 24 Jun, 1935
H.M.S. Avoca armed merchant cruiser 1907 Scrapped 1930
H.M.S. Laurentic armed merchant cruiser 1908 Mined 25 Jan, 1917
H.M.S. Olympic armed merchant cruiser 20 Oct, 1910
H.M.S. Arlanza armed merchant cruiser 23 Nov, 1911 Returned Jul, 1920
H.M.S. Andes armed merchant cruiser 1913 Left service 22 Oct, 1919
H.M.S. Alcantara armed merchant cruiser Oct, 1913 Sunk 29 Feb, 1916
H.M.S. Almanzora armed merchant cruiser 1914 Left service 20 Dec, 1919
H.M.S. Orbita armed merchant cruiser 7 Jul, 1914
H.M.S. Abercrombie monitor 15 Apr, 1915 Sold 25 Jun, 1927
H.M.S. Havelock monitor 29 Apr, 1915 Sold 25 Jun, 1927
H.M.S. Raglan monitor 29 Apr, 1915 Sunk 20 Jan, 1918
H.M.S. M.29 monitor 22 May, 1915 Sold 9 Sep, 1946
H.M.S. Lord Clive monitor 10 Jun, 1915 Sold Oct, 1927
H.M.S. M.30 monitor 23 Jun, 1915 Sunk 13 May, 1916
H.M.S. M.31 monitor 24 Jun, 1915 Broken up 1948
H.M.S. General Craufurd monitor 8 Jul, 1915 Sold 9 May, 1921
H.M.S. Prince Eugene monitor 14 Jul, 1915 Sold 9 May, 1921
H.M.S. Earl of Peterborough monitor 28 Aug, 1915 Sold 8 Nov, 1921
H.M.S. Sir Thomas Picton monitor 30 Sep, 1915 Sold 8 Nov, 1921
H.M.S. P24 patrol boat 24 Nov, 1915 Sold Dec, 1921
H.M.S. P25 patrol boat 15 Jan, 1916 Sold Dec, 1921
H.M.S. Glorious battlecruiser 20 Apr, 1916 Torpedoed 8 Jun, 1940
H.M.S. Erebus monitor 1916 Scrapped Jul, 1946
H.M.S. Terror monitor 1916
H.M.S. Salmon destroyer 7 Oct, 1916 Handed over 28 Jan, 1937
H.M.S. Sylph destroyer 15 Nov, 1916 16 Dec, 1926
H.M.S. Skilful destroyer 3 Feb, 1917 13 Jul, 1926
H.M.S. Springbok destroyer 9 Mar, 1917 16 Dec, 1926
H.M.S. Tetrarch destroyer 20 Apr, 1917 28 Jul, 1934
H.M.S. Tenacious destroyer 21 May, 1917 26 Jun, 1928
H.M.S. PC 62 patrol boat 7 Jun, 1917 Sold Dec, 1921
H.M.S. Vindictive aircraft carrier 17 Jan, 1918 Converted 1925
H.M.S. Penelope light cruiser 15 Oct, 1935 Torpedoed 18 Feb, 1944
H.M.S. Belfast light cruiser 17 Mar, 1938 Preserved 1971

Footnotes

  1. Burt. British Battleships of World War One. p. 9.

See Also

Bibliography

  • Burt, R. A. (1986). British Battleships of World War One. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).