Well that Admiral like a clumsy clod went and swept the entire White Sector Navy onto the floor this evening. Fortunately little damage was done with mainly just funnels, engines and turrets getting knocked off. The actual hull structure itself on these three ships seems to be surprisingly strong.
I finally found all my funnel making bricks which means that I could at last give HMS King Harold funnels that matched the rest of the ship. Not that the funnels are actually funnels since they are on space ships, but are aetheric ionisation cooling towers instead.
Then it was just a nice grouping of cannons for shooting small fry and a White Sector pennant (which is in actual fact a big square of white painted iron plate) and HMS King Harold was good to go.
The Naval Dockyards on New Glasgow have reported back that they can't fit OT boosters to 'King Harold' as they've done for 'Vulcan' and 'Pegasus' because the increased engine power would severely strain the hull structure on a vessel that is already some 150 years old and one that has also dispensed innumerable thundering great broadsides upon the Britannian League's foes.
So it looks like tactics will involve 'King Harold' standing off and pounding enemy shipping while the much faster 'Vulcan' and Pegasus' provide a protective screen for the old Dreadnought.