HMS Curacoa

[1854] HMS ``Curacoa was a 31-gun Tribune``-class screw frigate launched on 13 April 1854 from Pembroke Dockyard. She served in the Mediterranean Station between 1854 until 1857 and was in the Black Sea during the Crimean War. She was part of the Channel Squadron between 1857 until 1859. She then was sent to the North America and West Indie
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HMS Curacoa

[D41] HMS Curacoa, named after the island Curaçao in the Caribbean Sea, was a Ceres group C-class light cruiser. In 1942, she became one of the Royal Navy`s major accidental losses during the Second World War. ==First World War== Her first service was with the Grand Fleet during the last days of the First World War. During the RN Operation
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HMS Curacoa

Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Curacoa, after the island in the Caribbean Sea more usually spelled Curaçao: ...
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HMS Curacoa

[1878] HMS ``Curacoa`` was an {sclass|Comus|corvette} of the Royal Navy, built by John Elder & Co., Govan and launched on 18 April 1878. Commenced service on the Cape of Good Hope and West Africa Station before being transferred to the Australia Station arriving on 5 August 1890. She left the Australia Station in December 1894. Recently dis
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