HMS Nautilus (1830)
HMS Nautilus (1830)


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NameNautilus (1830)Explanation
TypeBrig-sloop   
Launched11 March 1830
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure233 tons
Displacement 
Guns10
Fate1878
ClassCherokee
Ships book
Note1852 t.s.
1872 hulk
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
3 January 1834Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Crooke, Mediterranean
11 January 1838Commanded by Lieutenant commander George Beaufoy, Cape of Good Hope & Coast of Africa
(January 1843)Tender to Royal George yacht, Portsmouth
20 December 1844Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Robson, protecting the Channel fisheries
1 July 1845Commanded by Lieutenant commander John Julius McDonnell, Portsmouth
1 January 1849Commanded by Lieutenant commander Samuel Brooking Dolling, apprentices brig, tender to Impregnable (flagship, Devonport)
1 January 1852Commanded by Lieutenant commander Samuel Brooking Dolling, apprentices brig, tender to Impregnable (flagship, Devonport)
24 November 1854Commanded by Lieutenant commander John Packwood, apprentices brig, tender to Impregnable (flagship, Devonport)
1 January 1857Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Burley Grant, Devonport, tender to Impregnable


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