Español: Perfil del acorazado español “Pelayo” con su aspecto en Acorazado Pelayo, svg Acorazado Pelayo, svg. Pelayo was an ironclad battleship of the Spanish Navy which served in the Spanish fleet from to For many years, she was the only battleship and the most. Acorazado Pelayo Marina Real, Battleship, American History, Monitor, Steamers, Perfiles navales-Acorazado PELAYO (El Solitario) fue un buque.
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She was rushed back into service with her old andcentimetre 6. Pelayo underwent a major refit in But the Spanish Navy found it difficult to find a role for Pelayowhich had no similar ships with which to operate.
Originally equipped with sails, she had them deleted soon after completion. Her keel was laid in Apriland she was launched on 5 February and completed in the summer of Articles lacking in-text citations from January All articles lacking in-text citations All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from September Commons category link is on Wikidata.
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Pelayo was reconstructed at La Seyne in —98, receiving armor for her midships battery and having her andcentimetre 6. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The design of Pelayo was based on that of the French battleship Marceaumodified to give her a draft that was 3 feet 0. She thus earned the nickname Solitariomeaning “The Lonely One. Retrieved from pflayo https: There was thought of having her operate with Spain’s new dreadnoughts when they began to commission during the World War I era, but by then she was too old and slow to be aacorazado with them.
Pelayo was viewed as too slow and having too little coal endurance for colonial service, and ended up being the only member of her class. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. It arrived at Port SaidEgyptacorazaxo 26 Juneand requested permission to transship coal, which the Egyptian government finally denied on 30 June out of concern for Egyptian neutrality.
Views Read Edit View history. Pelayo was an ironclad battleship of the Spanish Navy which served in the Spanish fleet from to She had two funnels.
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Pelayo was disarmed in and scrapped in She was originally intended to be the first of a new class of battleships, but a crisis with the German Empire in the Caroline Islands in led to the cancellation of these plans and the diversion of funds to the construction of the Infanta Maria Teresa -class armored cruisers.
Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in However, the installation of these new guns was disrupted and delayed when she was rushed back into service acorazadoo the Spanish—American War began.
Inshe was badly damaged in Fonduko Bay [ citation needed ] due to a navigational error. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Pelayo fired her guns in anger only once, when she bombarded Moroccan insurgents in during the Second Rif War.
Some historians argue the battleship, along with Armored Cruiser Carlos Vwould have changed the course of the war dramatically, leading to a posible Spanish victory, thus consolidating Spain’s status as a colonial power. This page was last edited on 25 Augustat Pelayo spent her early years in Spanish waters, showing the flag in various naval reviews and exhibitions, notably in Greece inat GenoaItaly, inand KielGermany, in After the war, she resumed her duty of showing the flag, attending naval reviews in ToulonFrance, in and in LisbonPortugaland Vigo BaySpain, in January Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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Her main guns could be loaded in any position, and consisted of two Gonzalez Hontoria -built centimetre She remained in Spanish waters for a month to guard against United States Navy raids against the Spanish coast. She was the first battleship and the most powerful unit of the Spanish Navy.
She was repaired, but thereafter served as a training ship, including service in and as a gunnery training ship in the Training Division. She was a barbette ship, an ancestor of the modern battleship with the main acorazavo mounted in open barbettes on armored rotating platforms, in contrast to the heavy self-contained turrets more common to the period and which the progress of the design of modern battleships would soon abandon.
Pelayo spent the last month of the war acorasado Spanish waters, and thus missed acorazao.