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 Euryalus Victoria Crosses

We are rightly impressed by the Lancashire Fusiliers, who, landing from the fourth Euryalus at Gallipoli, earned "Six VC's before breakfast!", see history of The Fourth Euryalus. It may be that the Euryalus Association should have a corresponding slogan, say 'Three VCs before tea!" referring to those awarded to members of the ship's company of the second Euryalus after the Battle of Shimonoseki in 1864.


 
Midshipman
Duncan Gordon Boyes VC

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Captain of the Afterguard
Thomas Pride VC

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Ordinary Seaman
William Seeley VC

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