light cruiser (軽巡洋艦)
Hood's flagship disabled the light cruiser shortly after 17:56.
These ships were escorted by a light cruiser and five destroyers.
At 11:25, the light cruiser "Southampton" sighted enemy ships ahead.
heavy cruiser (重巡洋艦)
In November the new heavy cruiser joined the unit.
A German destroyer was lost and a heavy cruiser damaged.
The cruiser force lost one heavy cruiser sunk and one damaged.
armored cruiser (装甲巡洋艦)
He then embarked on the armored cruiser Azuma.
On 24 October, he was transferred to the armored cruiser Izumo.
In 1920 she underwent a reconstruction in France, along with the armored cruiser .
protected cruiser (保護された巡洋艦)
He fought in the Spanish–American War as captain of the protected cruiser .
The first protected cruiser was the Chilean ship "Esmeralda", launched in 1883.
Leaving the board, Cooper received command of the protected cruiser on 18 July 1894.
auxiliary cruiser (補助巡洋艦)
He served on cruisers during the next five years, including , the auxiliary cruiser , , and .
The auxiliary cruiser was a merchant ship hastily armed with small guns on the outbreak of war.
She was handed over by "Júpiter" to the auxiliary cruiser "Ciudad de Palma", which escorted the captured merchantman to Ferrol.
However, the viability of the armoured cruiser was already in doubt.
HMS Nelson (1876) HMS "Nelson" was a armoured cruiser built for the Royal Navy in the 1870s.
British vessels were sent to the Bight of Bonny in preparation for these landings, including the armoured cruiser "Cumberland".
During World War I, "Principe Umberto" served as an armed merchant cruiser.
"Prince Henry" underwent conversion to an armed merchant cruiser at Montreal.
Two of the German vessels left Callao on 1 April and the armed merchant cruiser moved to intercept.