HMS Warrior - The Salamander Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Boat Trip Adventure - Regular departures from Lymington, passing Yarmouth and Cowes, for Portsmouth Harbour stopping at Gunwharf Quays by the Emirates Spinnaker Tower. It’s a 7 min walk to the Historic Dockyard to see HMS Victory, HMS Warrior, Mary Rose Museum and lots more. Combine a 1 or 2 night stay with some great shopping and eating out in Gunwharf Quays. http://www.thesalamandersailingadventure.com/portsmouth-historic-dockyard
HMS Warrior, 1860 - Oil on canvas 24” x 37” 1997 Commissioned by the Captain of the ship. This painting shows HMS Warrior leaving Portsmouth Harbour on her first commission in 1861. She was built as Britain’s first ironclad battleship to counter the perceived threat of the French battleship ‘Gloire’. HMS Warrior never fired a shot in anger and she can now be seen in her berth in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
British Cruiser HMS Warrior. Warrior fought at the Battle of Jutland on 31st May 1916 in Admiral Arbuthnot’s 1st Cruiser Squadron. Warrior sank during 1st June 1916 due to damage she had suffered during the battle.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard - The HMS Victory at Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is one of Hampshire's most popular tourist attractions. Launched in 1765, she is best known as Lord Nelson's flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. HMS Victory currently resides in Portsmouth, where she has been since 1922, having undergone a series of restorations. Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is also home to the HMS Warrior and the Mary Rose (the new museum opened earlier this year).
HMS Warrior (1905). Builder: Pembroke Dock. Laid down: 5 November 1903. Launched: 25 November 1905. Commissioned: 12 December 1906. Fate: Sank 1 June 1916, after the Battle of Jutland. Class: Warrior-class armoured cruiser. Displacement: 14,700 tons. Length: 505 ft 4 in (154.0 m). Beam: 73 ft 6 in (22.4 m). Draught: 27 ft 6 in (8.4 m). Installed power: 23,650 ihp. Speed: 23 knots (43 km/h).