|Country||Empire of Brazil|
|Garrison/HQ||Rio de Janerio, Brazil|
|First||Commodore Thomas Sulivan|
|Last||Rear-Admiral Samuel Hood Inglefield|
The Brazil Station  also refereed to as the Brazil's Station was a naval command area of the British Royal Navy created in 1838 as one of the geographical divisions into which the Royal Navy administered its worldwide responsibilities. It was defined so by the Admiralty to identify the area of responsibility of the Commander-in-Chief, Brazil Station. It was formed from when the larger South America Station was divided into two Stations for operational purposes, the other being the Pacific Station. In 1846 it was renamed the South East Coast of America Station.
For command purposes the Royal Navy was divided into a number of major or local stations, fleets or other formations, each normally under an admiral or senior officer.
The Brazil Station also known to as the Brazil's Station was a naval station and major command of the British Royal Navy created in 1838 here as one of the geographical divisions into which the Royal Navy administered its worldwide responsibilities. It was defined so by the Department of Admiralty to identify the area jurisdiction of the Commander-in-Chief, Brazil Station. It was formed from the larger South America Station was split into two Naval Stations for operational purposes and existed until 1846, when it was renamed the South East Coast of America Station.
Commander-in-Chief, Brazil Station
Note from 1840 until 1844 the commander-in-chief of this station held the joint title of Commander-in-Chief, Cape of Good Hope Station.
At various times it encompassed naval formations and other ships not attached to other fleets. In addition to shore establishments including, barracks, dockyards, depots, hospitals, refitting and re-supply bases, naval bases or victualling yards. Those components that were part of this station are shown below.
|Rio de Janerio Dockyard||1813||1817|||
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