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  hms cromer (m103) - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
HMS ''Cromer was a Sandown class minehunter commissioned by the Royal Navy in 1992.
She was decommissioned in 2001 and converted for use as a training ship at the Britannia Royal Naval College at Dartmouth.
In keeping with tradition, for this role the ship has been renamed HMS Hindostan''.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/hms-cromer-(m103)   (58 words)

 Naval Technology - Sandown Class - Minehunter
Batch 2 Series: HMS Penzance (M106) was commissioned on 14th May 1998; HMS Pembroke (M107) in November 1998; Grimsby (M108) in 2000; Bangor (M109) and Ramsey (M110) in 2001 and Blythe (M111) in 2002.
HMS Bridport one of the Sandown Class Minehunters.
HMS Penzance (M106) the initial ship in the second batch of Royal Navy Sandown class minehunters built by Vosper Thornycroft.
www.naval-technology.com /projects/sandown   (966 words)

 Paxman History Pages - Paxman and the Royal Navy
HMS Prince of Wales lost in action in December 1941.
The only one of her type built, HMS Bristol was commissioned in 1973 and withdrawn from service in 1991.
HMS Invincible was 'mothballed' in 2005, pending the construction of two new carriers for the Navy.
www.nelmes.fsnet.co.uk /paxman/paxmanRN.htm   (2677 words)

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Cromer Cromer is a seaside town on the very northern coast of England, with a Edward VII.
Earl of Cromer The title of Earl of Cromer was created in the Egypt.
HMS Cromer (M103) HMS Cromer was a Sandown class minehunter commissioned by the Royal Navy in 1992.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /topics/cromer.html   (67 words)

 Sandown Class Minesweeper
HMS Grimsby arriving at Malta, 12th July 2003.
HMS Ramsey arriving at Malta, 12th July 2003.
HMS Shoreham arriving at Malta, 12th July 2003.
www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk /sandown_class.htm   (989 words)

 News March 2001
On 21 July 2000, HM Coastguard and the Secretary of State's Representative (SOSREP) informed the MAIB that the container-feeder vessel COASTAL BAY had grounded off Anglesey, Wales.
Moored alongside HMS Belfast on the South Bank, near Tower Bridge, the 100metre long craft - the largest fast car ferry to sail on the Thames - will be open for public viewing from 1000am to 5pm on 17 March.
SuperSeaCat is scheduled to sail from Dover to London in the afternoon of Thursday 15 March, arriving Tower Bridge / HMS Belfast at 1800.
www.irishseashipping.com /archives/news/2001/032001/032001.htm   (14292 words)

 Encyclopedia: HMS Cromer (M103)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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 Ships of the Royal Navy - Sandown Class MCMV   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Batch 2 of these vessels were delayed by a sale to the Oman Navy of previous vessels designated for the Royal Navy.
The new Batch 2, beginning with HMS PENZANCE, have some improvements on the Batch 1 vessels.
The most notable differences are bigger engines, dedicated accommodation for female officers and ratings, a more powerful crane and an improved decompression chamber for divers.
www.gillespie.ndo.co.uk /Navy/Sandown.htm   (397 words)

 Sandown Class MCMVs
The lead ship, HMS Sandown, was ordered in August 1985 and orders for four more units were placed on January 9th 1987.
Although the orders for Batch 2 vessels awaiting construction remained unchanged, it was announced that HMS Cromer would decommission in 2001 in order to avoid a £5 million refit in 2001.
However it has been suggested she may remain in service and an older Hunt Class minesweeper would be paid off instead, as even if Cromer were to pay off in 2001, she would still have to undergo a £2.5 million refit.
www.btinternet.com /~warship/Today/sandown.htm   (870 words)

 HMS Cromer (M103)
She was named after the North Norfolk seaside town of the same name.
In keeping with tradition, for this role the ship has been renamed Hindostan.
As she is not a commissioned ship she is not prefixed "HMS".
www.danceage.com /biography/sdmc_HMS_Cromer_(M103)   (97 words)

 Science Fair Projects - User:SirJective/Parenthesis/H
HMS Dumbarton Castle (P265) - HMS Dumbarton Castle
HMS Emperor of India (1913) - HMS Emperor of India
HMS HMS Blake (C99) (r) - HMS HMS Blake
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 Scottish Navy Order of Battle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
SNS Clan Laren formerly HMS Dumbarton Castle P265
SNS Niall Naoi Giollach formerly HMS Tornado A140
SNS Conn Cead Cathach formerly HMS Tormentor A142
www.siol-nan-gaidheal.com /sdf/siolnavy.htm   (835 words)

 News March 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Sandown Class minesweeper HMS CROMER [M103] built by Vosper Thorneycroft in 1991, berthed at Canada Half Tide basin outside the Merseyside Maritime Museum.
She was open to the public on the afternoons of March 11 and 12.
HMS LIVERPOOL will be open to the public on Saturday and Sunday, March 11 and 12 from 14:00 to 17:00.
www.angelfire.com /ab7/issnewsarch/news/2000/march2000/032000.htm   (14749 words)

 Sandown class minehunter - Medbib.com, the modern encyclopedia
Three RN vessels were decommissioned following the Strategic Defence Review in 2003; HMS Sandown (January 2005), Inverness (April 2005) and Bridport (July 2004).
A further ship, HMS Cromer, was decommissioned and transferred to a training role at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, England in 2001 as Hindostan.
The three decommissioned vessels were sold to Estonia in September 2006.
www.medbib.com /Sandown_class_minehunter   (263 words)

 MATS231: Composite Materials and Structures for the Marine Environment
HMS Wilton was a world leader at the time of her construction in 1973.
At 450 tons, she was then the world's largest reinforced plastic ship.
Unofficially known as HMS Tupperware, HMS Indestructible, or just 'the plastic duck', HMS Wilton was built to the tried and tested Coniston-class minehunter design (more usually called the Ton class minesweeper).
www.tech.plym.ac.uk /sme/MATS231/applications.htm   (2905 words)

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