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Ships of the Royal Navy A – B – C – D – E – F – G H – I – J – K – L – M – N O – P – Q – R – S – T – U V – W – X – Y – Z fleet aircraft carriers escort aircraft carriers seaplane carriers amphibious assault shipping battlecruisers dreadnought battleships pre-dreadnought battleships ironclads bomb vessels corvettes and sloops cruisers destroyers fireships frigates gun-brigs, gunboats & gunvessels mine countermeasure vessels monitors patrol and attack craft royal yachts ships of the line submarines support ships survey vessels shore establishments hospitals and hospital ships air stations aircraft wings fleets and major commands squadrons and flotillas early English ships • early Scots ships This is a list of shore establishments (or "stone frigates") of the Royal Navy and Royal Naval Reserve. Contents 1 Current Royal Navy shore establishments 1.1 Naval bases 1.2 Air stations 1.3 Training establishments 1.4 Other 1.5 Defence Munitions Centres 1.6 Testing establishments 1.7 De facto shore establishments 2 Current Royal Marines establishments 3 Current Royal Naval Reserve units and establishments 4 Former shore establishments 4.1 Former naval bases 4.2 Former air stations 4.3 Other 5 See also 6 References Current Royal Navy shore establishments Naval bases HMS Drake (HMNB Devonport, Devonport, Devon) HMS Nelson (HMNB Portsmouth, Portsmouth) HMS Neptune (HMNB Clyde, Faslane, Dumbartonshire) Air stations RNAS Culdrose (HMS Seahawk) (Cornwall) RNAS Prestwick (HMS Gannet) (South Ayrshire) RNAS Yeovilton (HMS Heron) (Somerset) Training establishments HMS Collingwood (Fareham, Hampshire) HMS Dartmouth (Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, Devon) HMS Excellent (Whale Island, Portsmouth) HMS Raleigh (Torpoint, Cornwall) HMS Sultan (Gosport, Hampshire) HMS Temeraire (Portsmouth) Other HMS Caledonia, Rosyth, Fife, Scotland HMS Saker Administrative aggregation of Royal Navy personnel based in the United States HMS Agrippa NATO headquarters Allied Forces Southern Europe, Naples JSU Northwood (Northwood, Middlesex, England), formerly HMS Warrior. Operational HQ for Commander in Chief Fleet Defence Munitions Centres Formerly Royal Naval Armaments Depot and formally elements of Defence Equipment & Support. DM Beith RNAD Coulport Testing establishments Vulcan NRTE (Naval Reactor Test Establishment) (HMS Vulcan) Dounreay, Thurso, Caithness, Scotland. De facto shore establishments Sembawang dockyard in the former HMNB Singapore (HMS Sembawang) still has RN personnel based in a building in what is now a civilian dockyard. This RN presence was retained when British Forces withdrew from Singapore in 1971, and US Navy and Five Powers Defence Arrangements ships that use this dockyard (except for those of the Republic of Singapore Navy itself) are all fuelled by the UK Ministry of Defence.[1] Current Royal Marines establishments Commando Training Centre Royal Marines, Lympstone, Devon HQ 3 Commando Brigade, Stonehouse Barracks, Plymouth, Devon RM Poole, Hamworthy Barracks, Poole, Dorset RM Condor, Arbroath, Angus Norton Manor Camp, Taunton, Somerset Bickleigh Barracks, Plymouth, Devon RM Chivenor, Braunton, Devon RM Instow, Instow, Devon. Significant RM presences are also located in: HM Naval Base Portsmouth HM Naval Base Clyde MOD St Athan Current Royal Naval Reserve units and establishments The modern RNR has fourteen Royal Naval Reserve Units (with 6 satellite units). These are: HMS Calliope, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, England Ceres Division (Leeds) HMS Cambria, Cardiff, Wales Tawe Division (Swansea) HMS Dalriada, Greenock, Scotland Govan Division (Glasgow) HMS Eaglet, Liverpool, England Menai Division (Llandudno) HMS Forward, Birmingham, England HMS Flying Fox, Bristol, England HMS Ferret, Chicksands, Bedfordshire, England HMS Hibernia, Lisburn, Northern Ireland HMS King Alfred, Whale Island, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England HMS President, London E1, England Medway Division, Chatham, Kent) HMS Scotia, Rosyth, Fife, Scotland (Within the grounds of HMS Caledonia) Tay Division (Dundee) HMS Sherwood, Nottingham, England HMS Vivid, HMNB Devonport, Plymouth, Devon, England HMS Wildfire, Northwood, Middlesex, England Former shore establishments Former naval bases Main article: Royal Navy Dockyard HMNB Rosyth, Fife, UK) HMNB Chatham (Kent, UK) HMNB Singapore Woolwich Dockyard Deptford Dockyard Queenstown Portland Dockyard Scapa Flow Pembroke Dockyard Sheerness Dockyard Former air stations Main article: List of air stations of the Royal Navy HMS Kestrel World War II Royal Naval Air Station at Worthy Down, Hampshire[2] HMS Jackdaw II Dunino Kingsbarns Fife Satellite airfield of Crail HMS Osprey, naval air station, (Portland, Dorset, England) ASDIC training; Flag Officer Sea Training; RNAS Portland (Lynx helicopter) HMS Robin Grimsetter, Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland, RNAS Grimsetter HMS Tern Twatt Orkney RNAS Twatt Other This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. HMS Abatos[3] at the bombed out Supermarine factory in Woolston, Southampton. HMS Afrikander (Simonstown, South Africa) HMS Aggressive Newhaven, Sussex - Coastal Forces Motor Launches (ML) and Steam Gun Boats HMS Allenby Folkestone, England Combined Operations base HMS Ambrose Dundee Scotland Headquarters of Ninth Submarine Flotilla 1940 HMS Anderson (Colombo, Ceylon) listening station of the Far East Combined Bureau HMS Ararat Castle Toward, Toward, Argyll Combined Training Centre later renamed HMS Brontosaurus HMS Arbella Boston, Lincolnshire, England HMS Appledore Fremingham Camp, Appledore, England Combined Operations HMS Appledore II Ilfracombe, England Combined Operations HMS Ariel (formerly HMS Kestrel) (RNAS Worthy Down, Winchester, Hampshire, England) HMS Armanillo Glenfinnart, Scotland Combined Operations RN Beach Commando training HMS Atlantic Isle, Tristan da Cunha during WWII [1] HMS Attack RN Dockyard, Portand Coastal Forces MLs and storage HMS Badger, Harwich - HQ of Flag Officer Harwich and Coastal Forces base 1939 - 1946 HMS Beaver II Immingham Coastal Forces MLs HMS Bee Weymouth Coastal Forces MLs working up 1942-43 HMS Bee Holyhead Coastal Forces MLs working up base 1943-1945 HMS Beehive (Boomer Hall, Felixstowe, Suffolk) Coast Forces MTB & MGB HMS Bellerophon (Portsmouth, Hampshire, England) HMS Benbow (Trinidad) HMS Birnbeck - at Birnbeck Pier in Weston-super-Mare. Operated from 1941 to 1946 for secret weapons research and testing.[4] HMS Bluebird III Folkestone, England (HMS Allenby possibly formerly known as HMS Bluebird III) HMS Boscawen Portland, Dorset Naval Police Patrol HQ HMS Britannia III Dartmouth Coastal Forces Motor Torpedo Boat & Motor Gun Boat HMS Brontosaurus Castle Toward, Toward, Argyll, Scotland Combined Operations landing craft crew training (initially called HMS Ararat) HMS Cabbala, Warrington Training establishment for WRNS WT operators [5] HMS Caledonia (Rosyth, Fife, Scotland), HMS Cambridge (1956) (Wembury, Devon, England) HMS Caroline (1914) Belfast Coastal Forces MLs HMS Centurion (Gosport, Hampshire, England) HMS Centurion (Haslemere, Surrey, England) HMS Ceres (formerly HMS Demetrius) (Wetherby, Yorkshire, England) HMS Ceres (Leeds, Yorkshire) HMS Cicala Dartmouth Coastal Forces MTB & MGB HMS Claverhouse Leith Coastal Forces MLs HMS Cochrane Rosyth, Fife, Scotland (formerly RNAS Donibristle / HMS Merlin) HMS Copra - Combined Operations Pay, Ratings and Accounts, The Moorings, Largs [2] HMS Cricket (shore establishment), wartime Landing Craft Training Base on River Hamble, Hampshire HMS Dartmouth II Dartmouth Coastal Forces MTB MGB & ML HMS Defiance torpedo school (Devonport, Devon, England) HMS Defiance Fleet Maintenance Base (Devonport) HMS Dinosaur I Troon, Ayrshire, Scotland HQ for tank landing craft training HMS Dinosaur II Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland landing craft and work-up base HMS Dorlin, Dorlin House, Acharacle, Argyll, Scotland Combined Operations RN Beach Signals and Royal Signals sections - battle training. HMS Dolphin (Gosport, Hampshire, England) HMS Dryad (Southwick, Hampshire, England) (former location of the Maritime Warfare School) HMS Dundonald I Gailes Camp, Auchengate, Troon, Ayrshire, Scotland holding and training base for RN Beach Commandos HMS Dundonald II Auchingate, Troon, Ayrshire, Scotland Combined Signal School (CSS) HMS Ferret, Londonderry, Northern Ireland Convoy escort base and anti-submarine training (later HMS Sea Eagle) HMS Fervent Ramsgate Coastal Forces MTB MGB & ML HMS Fisgard (1946) (HMS Fisgard) (Torpoint, Cornwall, England) HMS Flora III Invergordon Coastal Forces ML HMS Flycatcher, headquarters of Mobile Naval Air Bases during Second World War, Ludham then Middle Wallop HMS Foliot I Plymouth, England Landing craft accounting base HMS Foliot III Buckleigh, Plymouth, England Combined Operations holding base HMS Forte IV Falmouth Coastal Forces ML HMS Forward II Newhaven Coastal Forces MTB HMS Fox Lerwick Coastal Forces MTB & ML HMS Ganges (Shotley, Ipswich, Suffolk) Boys' Training Establishment HMS Glendower WWII training establishment at the Butlins Pwllheli holiday camp in Caernarfonshire. HMS Golden Hind Sydney, Australia. WW2 RN Barracks HMS Gunner Lerwick Shetland Auxiliary Patrol base HMS Haig Rye, England HMS Helder Brightlingsea, England landing craft training HMS Helicon (Loch Ewe, Scotland.) Scapa Flow diversionary anchorage, 1939-40. Arctic convoys concentration point 1942-44 HMS Highflyer (Trincomalee, Ceylon) HMS Hornet (Gosport, Hampshire, England) Coastal Forces Depot MTB HMS Inskip (Inskip, Preston, Lancashire, England) HMS Jackdaw Crail Fife RNAS Crail HMS James Cook Glen Caladh, Nr Tighnabruaich, Argyll, Scotland Combined Operations Beach Training Establishment HMS Jufair (Bahrain) HMS King Alfred (Hove, Sussex, England) Wartime RNVR officer training centre HMS Lanka (Colombo, Ceylon) HMS Lizard Shoreham, England Combined Operations landing craft base HMS Lochailort Inverailort Castle, Lochailort, Inverness-shire Scotland Combined Operations officer training HMS Lochinvar (Port Edgar, Fife, Scotland) Fleet Minesweeper base HMS Louisburg Roseneath, Dunbartonshire, Scotland Combined Operations also HMS Roseneath HMS Malabar (Bermuda) HMS Manatee Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, England Landing craft HMS Mastodon Exbury House, Southampton, England Landing craft HMS Mauritius (Mauritius) HMS Medina Puckpool, Ryde, Isle of Wight, England Landing craft and Fleet Air Arm HMS Mentor Lews Castle, Stornoway, Western Isles HMS Mercury (Petersfield, Hampshire, England) Communications school HMS Midge (Great Yarmouth) HMS Monck Largs, Ayrshire, Scotland Combined Training HQ HMS Monck Port Glasgow, Scotland Combined Operations Carrier Training HMS Monck Roseneath, Dunbartonshire, Scotland HMS Monck Greenock, Scotland Greenock HQ Flag Officer HMS Mylodon Lowestoft, England HMS Newt Newhaven, England Landing craft base HMS Nimrod Campbeltown, Argyll Anti-submarine warfare training, principle training school for officers and men from early 1940. HMS Northney, HMS Northney I, HMS Northney II, HMS Northney III and HMS Northnney IV] Hayling Island, England landing craft training base HMS Osprey Dunoon, Argyll from January 1941 Asdic training - advanced courses for officers. HMS Owl Fearn Ross-shire RNAS Fearn HMS Pasco Glenbranter Camp, Glenbranter, Strachur, Argyll, Scotland Combined Operations landing craft signals training HMS Pembroke (Chatham, Kent, England) HMS Phoenix (Tipner, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England) HMS President (parts later spun out as HMS St Vincent) (37 Queen's Gate Terrace, London SW7, England) HMS Prosperine Lyness, Orkney HMS Pyramus Kirkwall, Orkney HMS Quebec Inverary, Argyll, Scotland Combined Operations training HMS Robertson Kitchener Camp, Richborough, Kent, England Holding base for RM landing craft personnel HMS Rooke (Gibraltar) HMS Roseneath Roseneath, Dunbartonshire, Scotland Combined Operations also HMS Louisburg HMS Royal Arthur Butlins Skegness and (Corsham, Wiltshire, England) Petty Officers' training school [3] Royal Naval College, Greenwich (London SE10, England) Naval Staff College HMS St Angelo (Victoriosa, Malta GC) HMS St Christopher[6] Fort William, Inverness-shire Coastal Forces training base. HMS St George (Gosport, Hampshire, England) HMS St Vincent (Gosport, Hampshire, England) Mine warfare training and HMS St Vincent (Whitehall, London) Communications centre HMS Salford (Manchester/Salford) RNR Communications Training Centre HMS Sanderling Abbotsinch Glasgow RNAS Abbotsinch HMS Scotia Butlin's holiday camp Ayr basic training 1942. From 1959 RNR Rosyth HMS Sea Eagle, (Eglinton, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland) HMS Sea Serpent Bracklesham Bay and Birdham, near Chichester, England HMS Seahawk Ardrishaig, Argyll Coastal Forces training base HMS Sembawang also known as Singapore Naval Base (located in Sembawang, Singapore), from its completion in 1939 until Britain's withdrawal East of Suez in 1971, it was Royal Navy's biggest dockyard as well as its base of operation in the Far East. HMS Terror (1945 to 1971) was the name of the barracks located next to the naval base, while the nearby HMS Simbang was the RNAS. HMS Sheba (Aden) HMS Spartiate St Enoch's Hotel Glasgow Western Approaches Command, Clyde HMS Squid Southampton, England tank landing craft repair base HMS Squid II Westcliff Hall Hotel, Hythe, England landing craft squadron staff HMS Standard Kielder, Northumberland WWII training establishment for men who would otherwise be discharged. [7] HMS Stopford Bo'ness, Scotland landing craft working-up base HMS Tamar (Hong Kong) operated from 1897 to 1997 at two locations HMS Tarlair Hawkcraig near Aberdour - hydrophone training school during World War I HMS Thunderer, Keyham and Manadon, Plymouth, Devon. Royal Naval Engineering College HMS Tormentor Hamble, Southampton, England landing craft operational base HMS Tormentor II Cowes, Isle of Wight, England training camp. HMS Tullichewan, Tullichewan Castle Camp, Balloch, Loch Lomond, Scotland Holding base for Combined Operations [4] (previously HMS Spartiate II) HMS Turtle Poole, Dorset, England Combined Operations training HMS Uva (Diyatalawa, Ceylon) HMS Valkerie II Isle of Man, training establishment for HO ratings[8] HMS Varbel Port Bannatyne Hydropathic Hotel Port Bannatyne Isle of Bute X class submarine training HMS Varbell II Ardtaraig House Loch Striven Argyll X class submarine advanced training HMS Vectis Seaview, Isle of Wight, England Landing craft HMS Vernon (Portsmouth, Hampshire, England) HMS Wagtail Ayr RNAS Ayr HMS Warren Largs, Ayrshire, Scotland Combined Operations senior officer training HMS Wasp Dover Coastal Forces HMS Westcliffe Southend, England Flotilla training HMS Westcliffe II Combined Operations holding base for RM landing craft personnel HMS Westcliffe II Burnham on Crouch, England Landing craft base HMS Wildfire (shore establishment 1964) (Chatham, Kent, England) HMS Wildfire II Combined Operations base HMS Wildfire III Sheerness, England Combined Operations base HMS Woolvestone Ipswich, England landing craft base RNAD Broughton Moor, Cumbria, England armaments depot RNAD Crombie RNAD Dean Hill RNAD Gosport including Priddy's Hard RNSD Eaglescliffe, Teesside England Naval Stores Depot RNAY Wroughton, Wroughton, Swindon, Aircraft storage and maintenance unit See also Admiralty Mining Establishment References ^ Defence Fuels Group ^ Hampshire Railways Remembered. Kevin Robertson & Leslie Oppitz. 1988. ISBN 0 905392 93 0. p97 ^ Hampshire and D-Day. Martin Doughty. ISBN 1-85741-047-5 ^ "Birnbeck Island Pier - A short history". Friends of the Old Pier Society. Retrieved 2007-06-06.  ^ Signal!: A History of Signalling in the Royal Navy, Barrie H. Kent, Permanent Publications, 2004, ISBN 1-85623-025-2, 9781856230254 ^ HMS St Christopher ^ Hostilities Only - Training the Wartime Royal Navy, Brian Lavery, National Maritime Museum, 2004, ISBN 0-948065-48-6 ^ Signal!: A History of Signalling in the Royal Navy, Barrie H. Kent, Permanent Publications, 2004, ISBN 1-85623-025-2, 9781856230254 Coastal Forces Shore establishments Combined Operations Training Establishments Shield of Empire - The Royal Navy and Scotland, Brian Lavery, Birlinn 2007 ISBN 978-1-84158-513-0</ref>