Published Resources Details Journal Article
- The Havock
- The Engineer
- vol. 76, 10 November 1893, p. 458
In early November 1893 am eight hours' economical speed trial of the torpedo boat destroyer Havock (length overall 185 feet, length between perpendiculars 180 feet, beam 18 feet 6 inches, draught 7 feet 3 inches, displacement 275 tons; trial speed 27 knots) built by Yarrow and Co. for the British Government, was conducted in order to ascertain the vessel's radius of action. It was found that at a speed of 11.2 knots the coal consumption was less than a quarter of a ton per hour.