Greek ironclad Vasilefs Georgios
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The Greek ironclad ''Vasilefs Georgios'' ((ギリシア語:''Βασιλεύς Γεώργιος'')) was an armored corvette built in Great Britain for the Royal Hellenic Navy during the 1860s. She became a cadet training ship before she was stricken from the Navy List in 1912. The ship was scrapped in 1915.
''Vasilefs Georgios'' had an length overall of long, a beam of and a mean draft of . The ship displaced . She had horizontal single-expansion steam engines that drove two propellers.〔Silverstone, p. 278〕 The engines were designed to produce a total of to give the ship a speed of , but only produced for a speed of .〔"Greek Ironclads Olga and Georgios", p. 212〕 For long-distance travel, ''Vasilefs Georgios'' was fitted with two masts and schooner rigged. She carried of coal that gave her a range of about at full speed. The ship had a crew of 120 officers and crewmen.〔
''Vasilefs Georgios'' was armed with a pair of Armstrong rifled muzzle-loading guns. The ship was a central-battery ironclad with the armament concentrated amidships in a hexagonal armored citadel. The citadel was protected by plates and the entire ships' side was covered by armor that had a maximum thickness of amidships and reduced to at the ends.〔
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