|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|Conflict||P24, D96, D18||White, Cowes||3.1.1894||13.12.1894||7.1899||sold 5.1920|
|Teazer||White, Cowes||3.2.1894||9.2.1895||3.1899||sold 7.1912|
|Wizard||H3C, H7A||White, Cowes||3.4.1894||26.2.1895||7.1899||sold 5.1920|
|Displacement normal, t||320|
|Displacement full, t||
62.7 oa 61.0 pp
|No of shafts||
2 4-cyl VTE, 3 White boilers
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
1 x 1 - 76/40 12pdr 12cwt QF Mk I, 5 x 1 - 57/40 6pdr Hotchkiss Mk I, 2 x 1 - 450 TT (4)
Before the Havock had completed it was decided to order another six destroyers from Thornycroft and Yarrow. Another nine were ordered from other builders making up, a few months later, the 1893/94 Programme. Apart from a slight increase in size the main difference was that the gun armament was increased by 2 57mm guns. The first six (the Thornycroft and Yarrow boats) had a bow tube fitted, but it was found to throw up clouds of spray in anything except a flat calm, had a bad effect on seakeeping and was soon removed. These three-funnelled vessels had some difficulty in reaching their contract speed, which explains both their late entry into service and their builder's failure to win any contracts for 30-knotters. Wizard was unique in having inward turning propellers, which made her very difficult to handle. As one of her captains put it, 'she was notorious amongst destroyers for her contrary ways'.
1900, Wizard: was re-boilered with 3 Admiralty boilers
No significant events.