- Class: Victoria - 2 turret ships of 1885
- Displacement: 10,470 tons
- Dimensions: 340ft (pp) 363ft (oa) x 70ft x 26ft 9in
- Machinery: 2-shaft Humphreys 3 cyl TE, 8 boilers, 8000ihp = 16 knots natural draught, 14,244ihp = 17.3 knots forced draught
- Armor: Belt 18in, bulkheads 16in, turret 17in, redoubt 18in, battery screens 6in-3in, CT 14in-2in, decks 3in
- Armament: 2-16.25in BL (2x1), 1-10in BL, 12-6in BL (12x1), 12-6pdr QF (12x1), 9-3pdr QF (9x1), 4-14in TT (2 sub on beam, 1 bow, 1 stern aw), 2-14in TLC
- Complement: 705
- Builder: Armstrong, Elswick, England
- Laid Down: 23 Apr 1885
- Launched: 9 Apr 1887
- Completed: Mar 1890
- Notes: Victoria and sister Sans Pareil were the first battleships to have triple expansion engines. Good steamers and steady gunnery platforms, but low freeboard forward made them very wet.
On 22 Jun 1903 Victoria, which was serving as Adm Tryon's flagship in the Mediterranean fleet, was lost during maneuvers off Tripoli as a result of collision with HMS Camperdown. Sans Pareil was sold for breakup in 1907.