HMS St Vincent


HMS St Vincent

Four ships and three shore establishments of the Royal Navy have been named HMS "St Vincent":

*HMS "St Vincent" was an 8-gun fireship captured from the French in 1692 and sold in 1698.
*HMS "St Vincent" was a 14-gun sloop, previously the Spanish ship "San Vicente". She was captured in 1780 and sold was sold in 1783.
*HMS "St Vincent" was a 120-gun first-rate ship of the line launched in 1815, on harbour service from 1841, used as a training ship from 1862, and sold in 1906.
*HMS "St Vincent" was a "St Vincent" class battleship launched in 1908 and sold in 1921.
*HMS "St Vincent" was a boy/junior training establishment in Gosport from 1927 to 1966.
*HMS "St Vincent" was the home of the Royal Navy section of the Royal Naval Reserve's London centre, HMS "President" between 1983 and 1992.
*HMS "St Vincent" was the Navy's communication centre in Whitehall from 1992 to 1998. It then became known as 'MARCOMM COMCEN (St Vincent)'.


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