HMS Carron (1827)  (2nd)
Wooden Paddle Vessel

This the second ship to carry the name HMS Carron was a Cherokee Class, wooden paddle vessel. Converted on the stocks.

Built at Deptford Dockyard, launched 09-Jan-1827, 110ft long, 25ft wide and of 294 tons builders measurement.

Used as a coal hulk from 1846, then as a breakwater from 1848.

Removed from the Navy List Jun-1877.

Broken up Jan-1885 at Devonport.


Other HMS Carron
- 1st  HMS Carron
- 2nd HMS Carron
- 3rd HMS Carron
- 4th HMS Carron
- 5th HMS Carron

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This page last edited - 23 March, 2013.

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