HMS Dartmouth (1911) CC  (6th)

This the sixth ship to carry the name HMS Dartmouth was a Light Cruiser.

Built by Vickers of Barrow, laid down 19-Feb-1910, launched 14-Dec-1910 and completed Oct-1911.

On completion joined the Home Fleet 1911-13. Then to the East Indies Station 1913-14, the South Atlantic Station Jan-1915. AT the Dardanelles Feb/May-1915, then the Adriatic 1915-19. While there she was damaged 15-May-1917 by a torpedo fired by UC-25.

After WW1 went to the South America Station 1919-21.

Returned to the UK and into reserve 1921-24. Refitted 1924-26 then used for trooping duties 1926-27. Returned to reserve 1927-28, then trooping work to the Mediterranean and China 1928-29.

Once more into reserve 1929, followed by an attachment to HMS Defiance 1930.

Sold 1930.

Won the Battle Honour: Dardanelles 1915.


Other HMS Dartmouth
- 1st  HMS Dartmouth
- 2nd HMS Dartmouth
- 3rd HMS Dartmouth
- 4th HMS Dartmouth
- 5th HMS Dartmouth
- 6th HMS Dartmouth

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This page last edited - 12 March, 2013.

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