HMS Clyde (1859)  (4th)
Wooden Screw Gunboat 3-gun

This the fourth ship to carry the name HMS Clyde was a 3-gun, wooden screw gunboat used in the Indian service.

Built at Bombay Dockyard, launched 03-May-1859, 125ft long, 23ft wide and of 300 tons builders measurement. Armed with 3 guns.

used as a survey vessel from 1872.

Sold about 1875.


Other HMS Clyde
- 1st  HMS Clyde
- 2nd HMS Clyde
- 3rd HMS Clyde
- 4th HMS Clyde
- 5th HMS Clyde
- 6th HMS Clyde
- 7th HMS Clyde
- 8th HMS Clyde

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This page last edited - 25 March, 2013.

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