T.B. 39 Class Torpedo Boat (1882)
The two first-class torpedo boats of the T.B. 39 Class were Yarrow & Company-built boats of 100 feet and 40 tons originally built for Chile.
|Overview of 2 vessels|
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|T.B. 39||Yarrow & Company||1882||Sold 1905|
|T.B. 40||Yarrow & Company||1882||Sold 1905|
A single (bow-mounted?) tube for 14-in Whitehead torpedoes and two 1-in twin barrelled Nordenfelds. By 1900, they were rearmed with two 14-in torpedoes in dropping gear and 0.45-in 5-barrelled Nordenfelds.
- Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 103.
|T.B. 39 Class First-class Torpedo Boat|
|T.B. 39||T.B. 40|
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