The First Euryalus a fifth rate 36 gun frigate 1803 - 1850

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The Second Euryalus a fourth rate 51 gun screw frigate 1853 - 1867

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The Third Euryalus a screw driven cruiser 1877 - 1897

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The Fourth Euryalus a Cressy Class armoured cruiser 1901 - 1920

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The Fifth Euryalus C42 Dido Class light cruiser 1941 - 1959

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The Sixth Euryalus F15 Leander Class anti-submarine frigate 1964 - 1989

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The First Euryalus a fifth rate 36 gun frigate 1803 - 1859 a painting by Geoff Hunt RSMA

Image Courtesy of: www.artmarine.co.uk From the series of limited edition prints “Fighting Sail 1773-1815” available at
www.artmarine.co.uk/
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Limited edition prints by Geoff Hunt and other marine artists, depicting Nelson’s Navy, J-Class yachting and other maritime subjects can be viewed at
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The First Euryalus 1803-1859 by painting Geoff Hunt RSMA
The Second Euryalus a fourth rate frigate 1853 - 1867 a painting by Oswald W Brierly

This print of the Second Euryalus was given to Prince Alfred’s Guard by Queen Elizabeth II when she visited Port Elizabeth, South Africa in 1995.

Compliments of Ivor Markman, Prince Alfred's Guard Comrades Association
The Second Euryalus 1853 - 1867 a painting by Oswald W Brierly
The Third Euryalus a screw driven cruiser 1877 - 1897

HMS Euryalus an antique print for sale on the:

eBid website:

http://www.ebid.net/uk/for-sale/1877-ship-sea-sails-h-m-s-euryalus-antique-print-35274150.htm#desc

The Third Euryalus 1877 - 1897 an antique print
The Fourth Euryalus a Cressy class armoured cruiser 1901 - 1920
The Fourth Euryalus a Cressy class armoured cruiser 1901 - 1920
The Fifth Euryalus C42 a Dido Class light cruiser 1941 - 1959

Passing through the Suez Canal in reverse direction enroute to Alexandria watched by Egyptian minespotting. Post October 1941.

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The Fifth Euryalus C42 Suez Canal October 1941
The Fifth Euryalus C42 a Dido Class light cruiser 1941 - 1959

TASK FORCE 57 - Enroute to join the U.S. Third Fleet off Japan. HMS Euryalus being oiled at sea from Fleet tanker San Ambrosio while transferring stores to destroyer Undaunted. July 1945.

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The Fifth Euryalus C42 TASK FORCE 57 transfer at sea July 1945
The Sixth Euryalus F15 Leander Class anti-submarine frigate 1964 - 1989

Dockside. Showing Type 965 AKE-1 air search radar atop after mast and cut-out stern for variable
depth sonar.

The Sixth Euryalus dockside
The Sixth Euryalus F15 Leander Class anti-submarine frigate 1964 - 1989

Euryalus Straits of Johore, 1965.

Compliments of John Lean
The Sixth Euryalus Straits of Johore, 1965
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Omnia Audax - Brave In All Things
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The endeavour of this website is to keep alive the history of HMS Euryalus, to share in the memories and learn about the history of the six ships who carried the name Euryalus.

...enjoy your visit!

*  The Website Is Closing Down  * 01/09/2017
Sadly after 17 years the HMS Euryalus website is closing down at the end of day on the 23rd November 2017.
The Fusilier Museum in Bury has kindly agreed to archive the material https://www.fusiliermuseum.com/.
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HMS Euryalus Website Book: A full colour printed copy of the website will be available after the closure together with a fully functioning standalone copy of the website on a USB data stick.

The website book will be professional printed and presented in a wire bound book.

 
HMS Euryalus Website Book: A full colour printed copy of the website will be available after the closure together with a fully functioning standalone copy of the website on a USB data stick.
The website book will be professionally printed and presented in a wire bound book.
If you are interested in having a copy please contact the Webmaster...
HMS Euryalus Facebook Page 30/09/2013
For those interested and who served on F15 there is a 'HMS Euryalus F15 - Old Oppos' Facebook page .
Use the link below to go to the Facebook page.

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Alan Robert Matthews
Electrician : 1965 - 1966
6 January 2016
 
Ken Taylor
Sgt RM : 1944 - 1946
8 January 2016
 
Thomas Brinley Jones
CPO PTI : 1953 - 1954
October 2015
 
George Wilson
Telegraphist : 1941 - 1943
17 November 2015
Aged 91
 
Eric W Goff
Cpl RM : 1950 - 1952
December 2001

For tho' from out our bourne of Time and Place
The flood may bear me far,
I hope to see my pilot face to face
When I have Crossed the Bar 

 

Alfred Lord Tennyson

full poem...
Sunset and evening star,
And one clear call for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
When I put out to sea,
But such a tide as moving seems asleep,
Too full for sound and foam,
When that which drew from out the boundless deep
Turns again home.

Twilight and evening bell,
And after that the dark!
And may there be no sadness of farewell,
When I embark;
For tho' from out our bourne of Time and Place
The flood may bear me far,
I hope to see my Pilot face to face
When I have crost the bar.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson ~ 1809 to 1892

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