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Flower-class corvettes[ edit ] Flower-class corvette Smith's Dock are perhaps most famous for preparing the de of the Flower-class corvettean anti-submarine convoy escort of the Second World War celebrated in the novel The Cruel Sea. Smith Docks was highly regarded by the Admiralty because it had deed the Z-class whaler during World War Escortw and was famed for its reputation for the construction of whale-catchers.

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Smith's Dock built 12 of the total of built of this class. The length, for instance, was increased by 30 feet to give a higher speed, and two marine oil-fired boilers were to be fitted as these could be supplied in about 16 weeks instead of water tube boilers which would not be available for at least seven months. Flower-class corvettes[ edit ] Flower-class corvette Smith's Dock are perhaps most famous for preparing the de of the Flower-class corvettean anti-submarine convoy escort of the Second World War celebrated in the novel The Cruel Sea.

On 27 February the British Admiralty approved William Reed's sketch de and, with war becoming ever more likely, a bulk order was placed with the aim of creating a viable anti-submarine force where none had existed before.

Of the original four French Flower-class corvettesLa Bastiaise was mined on escoorts trials and the others were taken over by the RN on completion. Smith Docks was highly regarded by the Admiralty because it had deed the Z-class whaler during World War I and was famed for its reputation for the construction of whale-catchers.

The first order, for twenty-six vessels, was soon followed by others, and by the end of no less than vessels of this kind were under construction at various shipyards around the country including by some large ones, such as the Harland and Wolff yard at Belfast. Of the second group, the 12 ships ordered from British yards were taken over by the RN and re-armed with British ordnance; all were renamed and given Flower names in keeping with the class.

Following this the Marine nationale ordered a further 18 ships, to be built at a of British and French shipyards. Reed's resultant de suggestion was based on a larger version of the company's esocrts whaler, Southern Pridewith a of modifications.

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