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Royal dockyard

Royal Navy Dockyards are harbours where either commissioned ships are based, or where ships are overhauled and refitted. Historically, the Royal Navy maintained a string of dockyards around the world, although few are now operating today.

United Kingdom dockyards

During the Victorian period dockyards were divided into groups according to construction capacity:

Great dockyards

Large dockyards

Medium dockyards

Small dockyards

Former 19th and 20th century dockyards

Current

Overseas dockyards

Current

Former

See also

External links

  • Naval Dockyards Society
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