Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Launch of HMS Zebra
- The Engineer
- vol. 80, 6 December 1895, p. 549
The torpedo boat destroyer Zebra (length 200 feet, beam 20 feet, draught 6 feet; displacement 303 tons), fitted with two 4,500 indicated horsepower (total) four cylinder inverted-vertical triple-expansion marine engines, operating at 380 revolutions per minute, with steam supplied at 225 pounds per square inch by three of J S White's patented water-tube boilers, both the engines and boilers were built and fitted by Messrs. Maudslay Sons, and Field, Lambeth. The Zebra built at the Thames Ironworks was launched on the 3rd of December 1895.