1862 (Aquarius AQ-S-15)
- Class: Atlanta - 1 casemate ironclad of 1862
- Displacement: 1,006 tons
- Dimensions: 204' x 41' x 15'9"
- Machinery: 3 screws, 2 vertical direct-acting engines, 1 boiler; 8 knots
- Armor: 4" casemate, .5" deck
- Armament: 2-7" Rifles, 2-6.4" Rifles, spar torpedo
- Complement: 145
- Builder: Thomson (J & G Thomas)
- Launched: 9 May 1861
- Acquired: spring 1862
- Commissioned: 22 Nov 1862
- Notes: Converted from the iron-hulled blockade runner Fingal at Savannah
by N. & A. Tift. Cut down to waterline; the armored deck projected 6 feet beyond the hull with a casemate on top.
- Service: Savannah station. Moved downriver toward Ft. Pulaski, 19 Jan 1863. On station near Ft. Jackson in March. Moved from Elba Island to Wilmington River, 10 Jun. Captured in Wassaw Sound, Ga., by U.S. monitors Nahant and Weehawken after being damaged by gunfire and run aground, 17 Jun 1863. Surveyed and repaired at Port Royal, then commissioned in U.S. Navy, 1864. Convoyed Butler's troops up the James River, 5 May 1864. Drove off Confederate cavalry attacking Ft. Powhatan, 21 May. Guarded James River against Confederate ironclads during remainder of war. Sold 4 May 1869.
- Later history: Sold to Haiti, renamed Triumph. Disappeared at sea off
Cape Hatteras, Dec 1869.