HAZARD (1894). 1070 tons. Guns: 2 x 4.7 in. Lost by collision * off Portland Bill, 28th January, 1918, while employed as a Submarine Depot Vessel.
SPEEDY (1893). 810 tons. Guns : 2 x 4.7 in. Mined in North Sea, 30 miles off the Humber, 3rd September, 1914.
JASON (1892). Similar to SPEEDY, above. Employed as a Minesweeper. Mined near Coll Island, West Coast of Scotland, 7th April, 1917.
NIGER (1892). Sister to JASON, above. Torpedoed by German Submarine, in the Downs, 11th November, 1914.
SEAGULL (1889). 735 tons. Guns: 2 x 4.7 in. Lost by collision with a Merchant Vessel, † in the Firth of Clyde, 30th September, 1918.
* [with Ambulance Ship Western Australia - per "The Royal Navy at Portland since 1845" by Geoffrey Carter]
† [possibly SS CORRIB]
Source: As extracted from Jane's Fighting Ships for 1919
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