ⓘ Master of the fleet

                                     

ⓘ Master of the fleet

Examples include John Bowen master of the fleet during the Glorious First of June 1794, Ian Hogg, and John H. D. Cunningham. By 1814, the title granted the master extra pay. By 1832, the masters of the fleet were given the equivalent rank and uniform of commanders. By 1843, masters were appointed by commission not warrant. By 1864, the title was changed to "staff captain" and ranked after the regular rank of captain, while masters who had served at least 15 years were given the new rank of "staff commander" and ranked after commander.

During the First world war the name was revived for the Great fleet senior officer navigation.

The name was used outside the Royal Navy, such as the Ultramarines and other science fiction, and the captain of the Belle of Louisville.

                                     
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