- Class: Warrior - 2 broadside ironclads of 1859
- Displacement: 6,109 bm, 9,210 tons
- Dimensions: 380 x 58.5 x 26 ft.
- Machinery: Penn horizontal trunk steam engine, 5267 IHP; single shaft = 14.5 knots;
under sail = 13 knots; under sail & steam = 17 knots
- Armament: 26-68pdr ML, 11-110pdr BLR, 4-40pdr BLR
- Complement: 705
- Builder: Thames Ironworks, Blackwall, England
- Laid Down: 25 May 1859
- Launched: 29 Dec 1860
- Completed: 24 Oct 1861
- Notes: First iron-hulled seagoing ironclad.
Designed by Chief Constructor Isaac Watts.
- Service: With Channel Squadron from 1862. Relegated to Reserve Fleet 1883. Used as depot ship. Renamed Vernon III in 1904 as part of torpedo training school, Portsmouth. Renamed Oil Fuel Hulk C77 as floating oil jetty at Pembroke Dock, Wales. Reverted to Warrior 1979 for preservation as museum ship at Portsmouth. Only example of 45 iron hulls built between 1861 and 1877 to survive.