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20th Century Dockyard

The end of battleship construction marked the dawn of a new era for Chatham as the Royal Navy began to embrace the submarine as a new weapon of war. In 1906, the Admiralty, having had two small classes of submarines built by Vickers of Barrow-in-Furness, were sufficiently confident to order the construction of 38 coastal submarines. To ensure that the Royal Dockyards kept abreast of this new technology six were built at Chatham, the first of which, C17, was launched from No 7 Slip on the 13th Au ...


The Historic Dockyard Chatham from River Medway
Sir Trevor Soar – Chairman Admiral Sir Trevor Alan Soar KCB OBE is a former Commander-in-Chief Fleet of the Royal Navy and current Chairman of Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust.  Sir Trevor was born in Belper and was educated at Loughborough Grammar School. He joined the Royal Navy in 1975, attending BRNC Dartmouth. Sir Trevor commanded the submarines HMS OCELOT from 1987 to 1990 and HMS TALENT from 1991 to 1994. He went on to command the frigate HMS CHATHAM from 1997 to 1998 and the aircraft c ...

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