Isaac Watts (naval architect)

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Isaac Watts (1797–1876) was an early British naval architect. Together with Chief Engineer Thomas Lloyd, he designed HMS Warrior, the world's first armour-plated iron-hulled warship.[1] When he retired his position as Chief Constructor was taken by Edward Reed.[2]

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  1. ^ Brown, David K. (2006). The Way of a Ship in the Midst of the Sea: The Life and Work of William Froude. Periscope Publishing Ltd. p. 113. ISBN 1904381405. 
  2. ^ Brown, David K. (2006). The Way of a Ship in the Midst of the Sea: The Life and Work of William Froude. Periscope Publishing Ltd. p. 128. ISBN 1904381405. 

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