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Details from a Panorama of the Battle of Trafalgar - A Painting by William Heath (National Maritime Museum negs D3481/1-/8)

The HMS Victory Page - HMS Victory & Nelson, Historical Background

Scroll down to find all the necessary information on all our HMS Victory ship models, cross sections, other HMS Victory products & Lord Nelson memorabilia being added gradually. There are detailed information on the build quality and level of detail of each HMS Victory model. However here is how this Sailing Man of War made history.

The most famous British period ship The HMS Victory was laid down on the 23rd of July 1759 and launched on the 7th of May 1765 at Chatham Dockyard (Kent). HMS Victory was launched in 1765 at Chatham Dockyard and was commissioned in 1778. She was the fifth ship to be bear that name. The battle honours include: Armada (1588), Dover (1652), Portland (1653), Gabbard (1653), Schevening (1653), Four Days Battle (1666), Orfordness (1666), Sole Bay (1672), Schooneveld (1673), Texel (1673), Barfleur (1692), Ushant (1781), St. Vincent (1797), Trafalgar (1805). She became famous when in October of 1805, she served under Vice-Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson during the battle of Trafalgar. She carried 104 guns at Trafalgar and was manned by a crew of 821 ready for battle and sworn to defend King & Country at any cost. The gunners could fire and reload all guns within 90 seconds and fired solid rounds that could penetrate 3 feet of oak causing high casualty numbers due to wooden splinters.

In1805 Napoleon ordered Admiral Pierre de Villeneuve to unite with other French ships at Cartagena in the Mediterranean. However, Villeneuve was aware that a fleet of 29 British ships of the line was in the area and that the Franco-Spanish fleet would suffer losses if battle ensued. Napoleon accused Villeneuve of cowardice so on October 20th the French admiral set sail from Cadiz. Nelson’s fleet effectively prevented the Franco-Spanish fleet from entering the Mediterranean Sea and forced them into battle off Cape Trafalgar in southwest Spain on 21 October. Villeneuve had more warships than Nelson (33 to Nelson's 29) and was confident this would give him victory. He ordered his fleet to sail north in a single, irregular line. Nelson (in a prearranged plan) split his fleet into two squadrons and attacked the centre of the Franco-Spanish line at right angles.

The problem with attacking head on was that the Franco-Spanish ships would be able to maintain a raking broadside fire on the bows of the leading British ships, to which the British ships would be vulnerable. Nelson was aware that French and Spanish gunners were ill-trained, and would have difficulty firing accurately on a moving ship. Nelson's plan was indeed a gamble, but a carefully calculated one.

The HMS Victory will be forever linked with the famous message sent from Lord Nelson to the rest of the fleet before the battle : " England Expects that Every Man will do his Duty". She then spearheaded and engaged the combined Franco-Spanish fleet. She engaged the Redoutable and fired double loaded rounds at close range causing total utter mayhem on the French vessel. From then on all hell broke loose. The crew on the Victory boarded the Redoutable and the battle lasted long. Wearing his full uniform and pacing the quarter deck, Lord Nelson's intention was to lead proud Englishmen to Victory. However this highly visible display became the target of a French sniper posted on the mizzen of the Redoutable. Nelson was shot in the upper shoulder and taken down to the orlop deck for the attention of Dr Beatty the ship's surgeon. Nelson received news of complete Victory over the Franco-Spanish fleet just before his death.

The importance of this ship in military history is not only that she led the charge against the combined Spanish & French fleets but mainly due to the events that took place on the ship culminating to one of the most significant Naval Victory in History and the death of Lord Nelson.

In 1812 the Victory was retired from frontline duty and anchored in Portsmouth Harbour, on the south coast of England. For the next 110 years the Victory remained at her moorings in Portsmouth Harbour fulfilling a combination of practical and ceremonial roles. In 1922, amid fears for her continued survival, the Victory was moved into Portsmouth's Royal Naval Dockyard and placed in No2 Dry Dock. Work then began on restoring the Victory to her 'fighting' 1805 condition and continues today.

HMS Victory - Very Large Model (3 metres Long)

A very large ship model of the HMS Victory. Built to the highest degree of craftmanship with all details included for the highest level of historical accuracy. This scale ship model is ideal for display at fairs or even as a centrepiece for exhibitions etc. This HMS Victory ship model can be ordered via a custom order.

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HMS Victory - (1.09m)

HMS Victory - (1.09m)

Our best HMS Victory model produced to date. A scratchbuilt ship model of the HMS Victory. It was painstakingly built & based on very detailed information from the HMS Victory. Everything from colours to deck details, the bow and the focs'le was examined in detail before being meticulously handcrafted. This scale replica model of this sailing Man of War bears the exact colour scheme of the HMS Victory as dry docked in Portsmouth. The planking on this replica model runs symetrically from the bow & fully up to underneath the stern. All decorations are hancarved wooden pieces. It is a timeless replica of the most famous sailing battleship in British History.

HMS Victory Model of Large Size - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory 1785 GB (New Release) HMS Victory 1785 GB (New Release)

Length: 43" (1.04 m)
Width: 13" (32 cm)
Height: 33" (84 cm)

A detailed scratch built quality wooden ship model of the HMS Victory docked in Portsmouth.

 Detailed Pictures of HMS Victory Model Ship


Price:   £1,300.00 (Euro 1,508.00)

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HMS Victory - Highest Quality (Sails Closed) HMS Victory - Highest Quality (Sails Closed)

Length: 43" (1.09 m)
Width: 13" (32 cm)
Height: 33" (84 cm)

A very detailed scratch built historic museum quality wooden ship model of the HMS Victory docked in Portsmouth.

THIS MODEL IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN PALER YELLOW.
Available with both Wooden Planked & Coppered Hull.
(Please email us for Details)

 Detailed Pictures of HMS Victory Model Ship


Price:   £3,000.00 (Euro 3,480.00)


HMS Victory 1785 GB (Improved) HMS Victory 1785 GB (Improved)

Length: 43" (1.04 m)
Width: 13" (32 cm)
Height: 33" (84 cm)

A detailed scratch built quality wooden ship model of the HMS Victory docked in Portsmouth.
This is the new update to the single planked large HMS Victory model

 Detailed Pictures of HMS Victory Model Ship


Price:   £2,200.00 (Euro 2,552.00)


HMS Victory Ship Model (Sails Up) - 104cm Long

HMS Victory Ship Model (Sails Up) - 104cm Long

A large handcrafted ship model of the HMS Victory. It is amongst one of the most accurate ship models that we have built. It possesses a fine copper pinned teak hull coated with a dark varnish. Sails are weathered and the hull is finished to a lighter paint scheme according to taste.

HMS Victory Model of Large Size - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory Ship Model - Sails Unfurled - 104cm Long

HMS Victory Ship Model - Sails Unfurled - 104cm Long

An exact replica of the large handcrafted model of the HMS Victory as above. Sails are unfurled based on customer's choice.

HMS Victory Model of Large Size - Pricing & Pictures

Build Specifications for the Large (104cm) HMS Victory Ship Models

Both of the above HMS Victory ship models are identical. These models possess a laminated teak plank on frame hull structure. All the planks (wooden laminates) are pinned onto the frames using copper pins. A closer look to the hull reveals rows of these copper pins. Pinning the hull to the frames makes the ship model stronger and it adds more value to it. The hull is coated with several layers of special dark varnish to yield an amazing level of finish. The ship model rests on a teak wood support varnished to the same tone. The upper section of the hull is handpainted teak wood. It is painted to the exact details found on the HMS Victory in Portsmouth. The deck details on this ship model are replicated to a high level of accuracy and also varnished for a strinking look. All guns on this ship model are proper black metallic guns, an aspect where many commercial ship model builders choose to short cut. Masts are built in 3 levels and their structure closely matches that of the real HMS Victory. All the mast tops are painted black for accurate representation and the masts are all tapered. All the sails on the ship model are hand-sown & weathered. All rigging is hand laid using several thicknesses of thread. The bow and stern galleries on this ship model are all hand carved and hand-built.

HMS Victory Ship Model - 79cm Long

HMS Victory Ship Model - 79cm Long

A half-house between the large & small HMS Victory ship models. Hand-painted & has a laminated, plank on frame, copper-pinned hull. Weathered sails unfurled. Masts very detailed. All deck details included on the ship model. Rigging as for large ship models. Laminated & planked deck. All guns are individually & manually turned out of brass. All wooden (teak) support with a coat of dark varnish. A striking ship model of the HMS Victory.

HMS Victory Model of Medium Size - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory 1785 GB 79cm (Copper Plated Hull) HMS Victory 1785 GB 79cm (Copper Plated Hull)

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This model possesses a copper sheathed hull.
It has detailed rigging, deck, bow +
pinned & planked Hull

Length: 31" (79 cm)
Width: 10" (25 cm)
Height: 23" (58 cm)

The Most Famous British Historic Period Ship of All Times

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Price:   £600.00 (Euro 696.00)


HMS Victory 1785 GB 79cm (Copper Pinned Hull) HMS Victory 1785 GB 79cm (Copper Pinned Hull)

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This model possesses a stunning wooden copper pinned hull.
It has detailed rigging, deck, bow +
pinned & planked Hull

Length: 31" (79 cm)
Width: 10" (25 cm)
Height: 23" (58 cm)

The Most Famous British Historic Period Ship of All Times

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Price:   £600.00 (Euro 696.00)

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HMS Victory Ship Model - 60cm Long

HMS Victory Ship Model - 60cm Long

A smaller version of the HMS Victory ship model above. It has a laminated wooden (teak) plank on frame hull. Handpainted & details have been worked down to scale to the limit of handcrafting capability. Masts are built to the same structure as above. Rigging is simpler but still extremely detailed. Cannons are scaled down to miniature versions but still turned individually.

HMS Victory Model of Medium Size - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory 1785 GB 60cm (Painted) HMS Victory 1785 GB 60cm (Painted)

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Length: 23.5" (60 cm)
Width: 7" (17 cm)
Height: 17" (44cm)

This model is copper pinned for a stronger & highly durable hull.
The ship is painted in a darker shade of yellow, a very close match to the yellow used on the real ship docked in Portsmouth.


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Price:   £340.00 (Euro 394.40)

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HMS Victory Ship Model - 79cm Long - Varnished

HMS Victory Ship Model - 79cm Long - Varnished

A medium version of the HMS Victory with no battle paint but only varnished to bring out the beauty of the teak wood. Ships were originally unpainted when they first launched out of the dockyards. They only possessed their waterline marking. The hull of this ship model is laminated plank on frame. Deck is properly laminated. Cannons are individually turned brass. The Figurehead on this HMS Victory model is carved wood as well as parts making the stern.

HMS Victory Model of Medium Size - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory Ship Model - 60cm Long - Varnished

HMS Victory Ship Model - 60cm Long - Varnished

A smaller model of the HMS Victory without the battle paint. Varnished to bring out the teak wood grains. It possesses a fully laminated plank on frame hull. Cannons are scaled down but still hand-turned using brass. This HMS Victory ship model possesses a carved wooden figurehead, a laminated deck structure and 3 Piece structured masts.

HMS Victory Model of Medium Size - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory 1785 GB 60cm (Copper Pinned + Varnished) HMS Victory 1785 GB 60cm (Copper Pinned + Varnished)

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Length: 23.5" (60 cm)
Width: 7" (17 cm)
Height: 17" (44cm)

The model is varnished and is built with a copper pinned hull for extra strength to exposure to heat or cold.

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Price:   £290.00 (Euro 336.40)


HMS Victory Ship Model - 40cm Long - Varnished

HMS Victory Ship Model - 40cm Long - Varnished

The smallest display model of the most famous historic ship HMS Victory. It is meticulously built using plank on frame on a very small scale. It is the smallest scale on which we are able to replicate a period ship model possessing good detailed rigging, plank on frame hull, handcarved details (ornaments) and a planked deck. This ship model is still a 100% teak (wooden) ship model.

HMS Victory Model of Small Size - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory Ship Model - Miniature Version

HMS Victory Ship Model - Miniature Version

A very small 100% handmade (handcrafted) miniature ship model of the HMS Victory. The smallest ship model produced by our skilled craftsmen. Although built to lesser achievable detail, this ship model of the HMS Victory was built to the best possible craftmanship. This model of the HMS Victory is housed in a glass case with a wooden frame.

HMS Victory Model Miniature - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory (Miniature Plastic Boat) HMS Victory (Miniature Plastic Boat)

Width: 20" (21 cm)
Height: 6" (16 cm)
Depth: 3" (8cm)

The model is made of moulded plastic and the sails are mad eof cloth .The model is in a totally hancrafted wooden casing. The casing uses solid glass panes supported by solid Teak.

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Price:   £55.00 (Euro 63.80)

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HMS Victory Ship Cross Section Model - Varnished

HMS Victory Ship Cross Section Model - Varnished

This cross section model of the HMS Victory is a representation of at the main mast location. It reveals the contents of the ship at the centre section. The hull is a solid wood (teak) cup shaped structure with individual wooden planks on the outer surface. The ship cross-section model possesses a structured mast with weathered sails and rigging. Mast tops on the ship model are all painted black.

HMS Victory Model Cross Section - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory Cross-Section (Varnished 2) HMS Victory Cross-Section (Varnished 2)

HMS Victory Ship's History

Height: 30" (76 cm)
Width: 12.5" (32 cm)
Depth: 2.5" (7 cm)

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Price:   £110.00 (Euro 127.60)

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HMS Victory Ship Cross Section Model - Painted

HMS Victory Ship Cross Section Model - Painted

This cross section model of the HMS Victory is a representation of at the main mast location. It reveals the contents of the ship at the centre section. The hull is a solid wood (teak) cup shaped structure with individual wooden planks on the outer surface. The upper section of the hull (i.e. around gunports) is hand-painted with the standard battle paint black and yellow. This cross section model of the HMS Victory possesses a structured mast with weathered sails and rigging. Mast tops are all painted black.

HMS Victory Model Cross Section - Pricing & Pictures

HMS Victory Ship Cross Section Model - Copper Plated

HMS Victory Ship Cross Section Model - Copper Plated

This cross section model of the HMS Victory is a representation of at the main mast location. It reveals the contents of the ship at the centre section. The hull is a solid wood (teak) cup shaped structure with individual wooden planks on the outer surface. The upper section of the hull (i.e. around gunports) is hand-painted with the standard battle paint black and yellow. The lower part of the hull below the waterline is copper plated. This cross section model of the HMS Victory possesses a structured mast with weathered sails and rigging. Mast tops on this model are all painted black.

HMS Victory Model Cross Section - Pricing & Pictures

Medium HMS Victory Cross Section Model Medium HMS Victory Cross Section Model

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Case Dimensions:

Height: 20" (50 cm)
Width: 7" (17 cm)
Depth: 3.5" (8 cm)
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Price:   £75.00 (Euro 87.00)

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Victory in Open Seas - Fine Art Print Victory in Open Seas - Fine Art Print

Professionally painted fine art print entitled:

" Victory in Open Seas".

Width: 27", (68cm)
Height: 19", (48cm)

Originally painted in oil on canvas. Illustrates the minutest achievable detail by brush. This print is on matt paper. The print is signed by our local professional artist.

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Price:   £32.50 (Euro 37.70)


HMS Victory Custom Built Ship Model & Models of Nelson's Ships

HMS Victory Custom Built Ship Model & Models of Nelson's Ships

Visit our custom building page. You will find a list of the ship models that we build on order. The first section of this page lists Nelson's ships model by model. These include models of ships which Nelson commanded and also ships which formed part of the British fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar. [HMS Victory Ship Model, HMS Agamemnon Ship Model, HMS Vanguard Ship Model, HMS Foudroyant Ship Model, HMS Temeraire Ship Model, HMS Raisonnable Ship Model, HM Brig Badger Ship Model]

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The HMS Agamemnon Is Here. The HMS Pickle & More Nelson Memorabilia Coming Soon

As well as making more models of the Victory, we are also working on projects such as:

The HMS Agamemnon: Also famous for being Nelson's favourite ship which also fought alongside the HMS Victory in the Battle of Trafalgar (HMS Agamemnon). This model ship has now been launched and you can view it in the dedicated page for the HMS Agamamnon model. Please contact us at info@admiraltyshipmodels.co.uk if you wish to order or you can place the order online directly at HMS Agamemnon.

The HMS Pickle: Also took part in the Battle of Trafalgar and had the crucial role of bringing back Admiral Colinwood's news of Victory back home to England. This model ship is also due for launch in September 2008. Please contact us at info@admiraltyshipmodels.co.uk if you wish to pre-order.

HMS Agamemnon 1781 GB (Nelson Collection) HMS Agamemnon 1781 GB (Nelson Collection)

HMS Agamemnon Ship History & Other HMS Victory Ships Models

Length: 43" (1.09 m)
Width: 13" (37 cm)
Height: 33" (85 cm)

A very detailed scratch built historic museum quality wooden ship model of Lord Nelson's favourite ship the HMS Agamemnon.

 Detailed Pictures of HMS Agamemnon Ship Model


Price:   £3,200.00 (Euro 3,712.00)

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Link to the Official HMS Victory Website

Link to the Official HMS Victory Website

Browse the official HMS Victory website which contains a full image gallery, more history about the most famous historic ship The HMS Victory plus events calendar of functions. Please use the link provided to visit the HMS Victory:

http://www.hms-victory.com/

Read More About the HMS Victory at the National Maritime Museum

Read More About the HMS Victory at the National Maritime Museum

View the ship models of Nelson's HMS Victory and all the previous ships that carried the name at the National Maritime Museum. The museum displays a number of ship models of the HMS Victory as part of the priceless Nelson Collection. Within this collection are Lord Nelson's uniform from the Battle of Trafalgar, his personal items and many models of the HMS Victory. This amazing collection is very impressive and is one of the most viewed attraction of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. It is well worth a visit.

http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/nelson/

Know All the Accurate Historical Facts & Figures Before Buying Your HMS Victory Model

Click on the web link below to visit this great site offering all the information you need to know on this great ship that is the HMS Victory. This website contains a detailed information on many British Heritage sites.

http://www.stvincent.ac.uk/Heritage/

Further Information About Nelson's Navy, The HMS Victory & Nelson's Naval Battles

Find out more accurate historical facts about life in Nelson's Navy, the HMS Victory and all the other ships that served under Lord Horatio Nelson. This website contains accounts from all of Nelson's campaigns, detailed information about the different aspects of Nelson's Navy and in depth info about the HMS Victory. An essential read about this crucial period of British History.

http://www.nelsonsnavy.co.uk/

Visit the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard - Home of the HMS Victory

Discover the world famous historic ships The HMS Victory, Mary Rose & HMS Warrior that have shaped British history at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Home of the Royal Navy, other attractions include The Royal Naval Museum, with a new Exhibition, Task Force South: The Royal Navy and the Falklands War and Action Stations with the new interactive gallery.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard - Home of the HMS Victory, The Mary Rose & The HMS Warrior

Battle of Trafalgar - Nelson's Great Victory - French & Spanish Fleet Defeated

http://www.historyhome.co.uk/

A Web of English History

English history throughout the ages and Sovereigns. Here a detailed account of the events of the Battle of Trafalgar and its impact on the whole of Europe. There are also accounts of main sea battles such as The Battle of the Nile and land battles. This is very well worth a study.

Details of the HMS Victory

Detailed Full Scale Specifications and Dimensions

Displacement: 3,500 tons (3,556 tonnes)
Tons burthen: 2142 tons (2176.4 tonnes)

Dimensions:
Length: 186 ft (57 m) (gundeck),
227 ft 6 in (69.3 m)(overall)
Beam: 51 ft 10 in (15.8 m)
Draught: 28 ft 9 in (8.8 m)
Depth of hold: 21 ft 6 in (6.6 m)
Propulsion: Sails 6,510 sq yd (5440 m²)
Speed: 8 to 9 knots (15 to 17 km/h) maximum
Complement: Approximately 850

Guns:
Gundeck: 30 × 2.75 ton long pattern Blomefield 32 pounders (15 kg)
Middle gundeck: 28 × 2.5 ton long 24 pounders (11 kg)
Upper gundeck: 30 × 1.7 ton short 12 pounders (5 kg)
Quarterdeck: 12 × 1.7 ton short 12 pounder (5 kg)
Forecastle: 2 × medium 12 pounder (5 kg), 2 × 68 pounder (31 kg) carronade

She was the 5th ship to bear the name. In December 1758, a dry dock for the construction of a new first-rate ship was prepared. The outline plans for the ship were finished in June 1759 by Naval Architect Sir Thomas Slade. The lines were based on HMS Royal George which had been launched at Woolwich Dockyard in 1756. The ship was nominally designed to carry at least 100 guns, but at Trafalgar she carried her armament varied from 104 guns plus 2 carronades.

The keel was laid on 23 July 1759 in the Old Single Dock, now Victory Dock. Once the frame had been constructed it was normal to cover the ship up and leave it for several months to season. However, the end of the Seven Years' War meant that she remained in this condition for nearly three years, which helped her subsequent longevity. Work restarted in autumn 1763 and she was finally launched on 7 May 1765 having cost £63,176 and 3 shillings (present day £50 million) and used around 6000 trees, 90% of which were oak and the remainder elm, pine and fir.

Because there was no immediate use for her she was placed in ordinary in reserve having been roofed over, demasted and placed under general maintenance moored in the River Medway for 13 years until France joined the American War of Independence.

In service for almost forty years, Victory was well known for her excellent sailing qualities and served as the flagship to a series of distinguished Admirals including Kempenfelt, Howe, Hood, Jervis and Saumarez. She fought at Ushant in 1781 and St Vincent in 1797. In 1797 she was pronounced unfit for further service and orders were given for her conversion into a hospital ship. However the loss of First Rate ship HMS Impregnable in 1799 saw the decision reversed and what became the 'Great Refit' took place at Chatham between 1800-1803.

Participated in:

First Battle of Ushant (1778)
Second Battle of Ushant (1781)
Battle of Cape St. Vincent (1796)
Battle of Trafalgar (1805) (Death of Nelson)

After further service in the Baltic and off the coast of Spain, Victory was put into reserve in 1812 in Portsmouth. Flagship of the Port Admiral from 1824 she became flagship of the Commander-in-Chief in 1889. She entered her present dock in Portsmouth on 12 January 1922.
Lord Nelson's flagship is still currently listed as one of the ships of the Royal Navy although in dry dock. It is a major point of attraction in Portsmouth historic harbour alongside the HMS Warrior and the Mary Rose.

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