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BHSPAR001  HMS Sparrow.  U 71.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched in 1946 and scrapped in 1958. BHSCO001  HMS Scorpion. D 64. Weapon Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1946 as HMS Tomahawk (later HMS Centaur) but commissioned as 'Scorpion'. Converted to Radar Picket 1958-59. BHSCO002  HMS Scorpion. D 64. Weapon Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1946 as HMS Tomahawk (later HMS Centaur) but commissioned as 'Scorpion'. Converted to Radar Picket 1958-59. BHSHCA001  HMS Shrewsbury Castle.  K374.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Feb 1943.  Launched	16 Aug 1943.  Never served in the Royal Navy.  Transferred to the Royal Norwegian Navy upon completion.  transferred to the Royal Norwegian Navy as Tunsberg Castle.
BHSPAR002  HMS Sparrow.  U 71.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched in 1946 and scrapped in 1958. BHSTAR001  HMS Starling. U 66. Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Oct 1942. Responsible for sinking of U-202, U-119, U-226, U-842, U-592, U-734, U-238, U-264, U-653, U-96, U-473, U-333 and U-385 either alone or in company between June 1943 and Aug 1944. Scrapped 1965. BHSTO001  HMS Stork. L 81 / U 81. Bittern Class Sloop. Launched April 1936. Assisted in sinking of U-574 In North Atlantic Dec 1941, U-252 April 1942 and U-634 off the Azores Aug 1943. She was damaged by U-77 in Nov 1942. Scrapped June 1958. BHSUR001  (Foreground)   HMS Surprise.  K346.  Bay class frigate. She had been laid down as HMS Loch Carron but was renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. (Background)  HMS Sheffield. Pennant No. 24/C24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser. Launched July 1936.  Mined off Iceland March 1942. Decommissioned Jan 1959. In reserve 1960-66. Broken up Sept 1967.
BHSUR002  HMS Surprise.  K346.  Bay class frigate. She had been laid down as HMS Loch Carron but was renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. BHSUR003  HMS Surprise.  K346.  Bay class frigate. She had been laid down as HMS Loch Carron but was renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. BHSUR004  HMS Surprise.  K346.  Bay class frigate. She had been laid down as HMS Loch Carron but was renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. BHTAVY001  HMS Tavy.  K 272.  River Class Frigate. Launched April 1943. Assisted in the sinking of U 390 by depth charging 5 July 1944 in the English Channel.
BHTERM001  HMS Termagant.  R89 / F189.   T-class destroyer launched in 1943. She was converted to a Type 16 frigate between 1952 and 1953, and was broken up in 1965 BHTEST001  HMS Test.  K 329.   River class frigate.  Launched in 1942. She was lent to the Royal Indian Navy between 1946 and 1947 as HMIS Neva, and was broken up in 1955. BHTEV001  HMS Teviot.   K 222.  River Class Frigate.  Launched Oct 1942. Transferred to the South African Navy on 10 June 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy in January 1946.  Scrapped on 29 March 1955. BHTICA001  HMS Tintagel Castle.  K399/F399.  Castle Class Corvette.  Launched 13 December 1943 and completed 7 April 1944. Paid off August 1956 and broken up June 1958.
BHTICA002  HMS Tintagel Castle.  K399/F399.  Castle Class Corvette.  Launched 13 December 1943 and completed 7 April 1944. Paid off August 1956 and broken up June 1958. BHTIG001  HMS Tiger. C 20. Lead Cruiser of Class. Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon. Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954. Commissioned 1959. Decommissioned April 1978. Scrapped Oct 1986. BHTIG002  HMS Tiger. C 20. Lead Cruiser of Class. Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon. Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954. Commissioned 1959. Decommissioned April 1978. Scrapped Oct 1986. BHTIG003  HMS Tiger. C 20. Lead Cruiser of Class. Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon. Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954. Commissioned 1959. Decommissioned April 1978. Scrapped Oct 1986.
BHTIG004  HMS Tiger. C 20. Lead Cruiser of Class. Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon. Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954. Commissioned 1959. Decommissioned April 1978. Scrapped Oct 1986. BHTOWY001  HMS Towy.  K 294.  River Class Frigate. Launched March 1943. Scrapped 27 July 1956. BHTRUE001  HMS Truelove. M 303. Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched July 1943. Scrapped Dec 1957. BHUGA001  HMS Uganda. Pennant No. 66. Fiji Class Light Cruiser. Launched Aug 1941. Transferred to Canada Oct 1944. Renamed HMCS Quebec Jan 1952. Decommissioned June 1956. Sold for scrap Feb 1961.
BHULST001  HMS Ulster. R 83 / D 83 / F 83. 'U' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1942. Damaged by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa April 1945. Underwent full Frigate conversion 1952-53. BHUNDA001  HMS Undaunted.  R 53/F 53.  U class destroyer launched in 1943.   Converted into an anti-submarine frigate between 1952 and 1954, and sunk as a target in 1978. BHURSA001  HMS Ursa.  R 22/ 200.  U-Class Destroyer.  Later converted into a Type 15 fast anti-submarine frigate, with the new pennant number F200. BHURSA002  HMS Ursa.  R 22/ 200.  U-Class Destroyer.  Later converted into a Type 15 fast anti-submarine frigate, with the new pennant number F200.
BHVENU001  HMS Venus. R 50 / F 50. 'V' Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1943. Fully converted to Frigate 1955. BHVENU002  HMS Venus. R 50 / F 50. 'V' Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1943. Fully converted to Frigate 1955. BHWAVE001  HMS Waveney.  K428.  River class frigate launched in 1942 and broken up in 1947 BHWEAR001  HMS Wear.  K 230.  River Class Frigate.  Launched June 1942.  Scrapped on 29 October 1957.
BHWEL001  HMS Welshman. M 84. Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Supported the Island of Malta during the siege in WWII. Sunk by torpedo from U-617 off Tobruk Feb 1943. BHWEL002  HMS Welshman. M 84. Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Supported the Island of Malta during the siege in WWII. Sunk by torpedo from U-617 off Tobruk Feb 1943. BHWEL003  HMS Welshman. M 84. Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Supported the Island of Malta during the siege in WWII. Sunk by torpedo from U-617 off Tobruk Feb 1943. BHWEL004  HMS Welshman. M 84. Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Supported the Island of Malta during the siege in WWII. Sunk by torpedo from U-617 off Tobruk Feb 1943.
BHWEL005  HMS Welshman. M 84. Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Supported the Island of Malta during the siege in WWII. Sunk by torpedo from U-617 off Tobruk Feb 1943. BHWEL006  HMS Welshman. M 84. Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Supported the Island of Malta during the siege in WWII. Sunk by torpedo from U-617 off Tobruk Feb 1943. BHWEL007  HMS Welshman. M 84. Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Supported the Island of Malta during the siege in WWII. Sunk by torpedo from U-617 off Tobruk Feb 1943. BHWIGO001  HMS Wild Goose. U 45. Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Oct 1942. Assisted in the sinking of 11 U-Boats between June 1943 and Feb 1945. These were U-449, U-462, U-504, U-842, U-592, U-762, U-734, U-424, U-653, U-473 and U-327. Scrapped Feb 1956.
BHWIGO002  HMS Wild Goose. U 45. Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Oct 1942. Assisted in the sinking of 11 U-Boats between June 1943 and Feb 1945. These were U-449, U-462, U-504, U-842, U-592, U-762, U-734, U-424, U-653, U-473 and U-327. Scrapped Feb 1956. BHWIZ001  HMS Wizard. R 72. 'W' Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1943. Scrapped March 1967. BHWOOD001  HMS Woodcock. U 90. Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Nov 1942. Assisted in sinking of U-462 in Bay of Biscay July 1943 and U-226 in North Atlantic Nov 1943. Scrapped Nov 1955. BHWREN001  HMS Wren. U 28. Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Aug 1942. Assisted in sinking of U-449 in North Atlantic June 1943, U-462 in Bay of Biscay July 1943, U-504 off Cape Ortegal July 1943, U-473 in North Atlantic May 1944 and U-608 near La Rochelle Aug 1944. Scrapped Feb 1956
BHWYE001  HMS Wye.  K 371.   River Class Frigate.  Launched Aug 1943.  Scrapped 22 February 1955. BHZULU001  HMS Zulu. L 18 / F 18 / G 18. Tribal Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1937. Assisted in sinking of U-372 in the Med Aug 1942. Heavily damaged by German aircraft off Tobruk Sept 1942, eventually sunk whilst under tow from HMS Hursley DMSABRE002001  HMS Sabre.  H18.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 10 Sep 1917.  Launched 23 Sep 1918.  Commissioned 9 Nov 1918.  Completed by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Served as a target ship before the Second World War.  Took part in the Dunkirk evacuation during late May / early June 1940.  In late 1940 modified as escort.   Sold to be broken up for scrap in November 1945. DMSABRE003001  HMS Sabre.  H18.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 10 Sep 1917.  Launched 23 Sep 1918.  Commissioned 9 Nov 1918.  Completed by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Served as a target ship before the Second World War.  Took part in the Dunkirk evacuation during late May / early June 1940.  In late 1940 modified as escort.   Sold to be broken up for scrap in November 1945.
DMSACKVILLE001001  HMCS Sackville.  K181.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Saint John Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada).  Ordered 24 Jan 1940.  Laid down 28 May 1940.   Launched 15 May 1941.  Commissioned	30 Dec 1941.  Decommissioned on 8 April 1946.  Research ship form 1953 untill 1982.  Aquired in 1982 by the Canadian Naval Corvette Trust and restored to her 1944 configuration. Now on display in Halifax, NS operated as the Canadian Naval Memorial Trust. DMSAGUENAY001001  HMCS Saguenay.  D79.  Destroyer of the A class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Laid down 27 Sep 1929.  Launched 11 Jul 1930.  Commissioned 22 May 1931.  Heavily damaged in a collision 12 miles off Cape Race, Newfoundland on 15 November 1942 with the merchant ship Azara.  Used as a training ship after being repaired.  Decommissioned 30 July 1945. DMSAINTES001001  HMS Saintes.  R84/D84.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1944. DMSAINTES002001  HMS Saintes.  R84/D84.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1944.
DMSALADIN001001  HMS Saladin.  H54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 10 Sep 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned	11 Apr 1919.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 June 1947. DMSALADIN002001  HMS Saladin.  H54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 10 Sep 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned	11 Apr 1919.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 June 1947. DMSALADIN003001  HMS Saladin.  H54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 10 Sep 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned	11 Apr 1919.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 June 1947. DMSALADIN004001  HMS Saladin.  H54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 10 Sep 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned	11 Apr 1919.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 June 1947.
DMSALADIN005001  HMS Saladin.  H54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 10 Sep 1917.  Launched 17 Feb 1919.  Commissioned	11 Apr 1919.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 29 June 1947. DMSALAMANDER001001  HMS Salamander.  J 86.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched March 1936.  Accidentally attacked by Allied Aircraft off Le Havre Aug 1944 ans so badly damaged declared a total loss.  Sold Dec 1946. DMSALISBURY001001  HMS Salisbury.  I52.  Former name USS Claxton.   Destroyer of the Town class.   Built by Mare Island Navy Yard (Vallejo, California, U.S.A.).  Laid down 25 Apr 1918.  Launched 14 Jan 1919.  Commissioned 5 Dec 1940.  End service	10 Dec 1943.  Decommissioned on 5 Dec 1940, and commissioned in the RN the same day as HMS Salisbury.  Paid off on 10 Dec 1943. Sold for scrap 26 June 1944. DMSALTASH001001  HMS Saltash.  J 62.  Hunt Class Minesweeper.  Launched July 1918.  Sunk HMS Havant  with gunfire during Dunkirk evacuation after Havant was heavily damaged by German aircraft.  Sold for scrap March 1947.
DMSALTBURN001001  HMS Saltburn.  J 58.  Hunt Class Minesweeper.  Launched Oct 1918.  Sold Oct 1946. DMSAMPHIRE001001  HMS Samphire.  K128.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down	4 Dec 1940.  Launched 14 Apr 1941.  Commissioned	30 Jun 1941.  Torpedoed and sunk off Bougie, Algeria by the Italian submarine Platino on 30 Jan 1943. DMSANDHURST001001  HMS Sandhurst.  F 92.  Repair Ship.  Launched Dec 1905 as 'SS Manipur'.  Served at Dover 1939-1940 before transferring to Londonderry as Depot Ship for Escort Vessels.  Scrapped April 1946. DMSANDRAY001001  HMS Sandray.  J424/M424.  Isles Class Minesweeping Trawler.  Launched Oct 1944.  Converted to Danlayer.  Sold 1950's.
DMSANDWICH001001  HMS Sandwich.  L12/U12.  Sloop of the Bridgewater class.  Built by	Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Sep 1927.  Laid down 9 Feb 1928.  Launched 28 Sep 1928.   Commissioned 23 Mar 1929.  Sold 8 January 1946. DMSANDWICH002001  HMS Sandwich.  L12/U12.  Sloop of the Bridgewater class.  Built by	Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Sep 1927.  Laid down 9 Feb 1928.  Launched 28 Sep 1928.   Commissioned 23 Mar 1929.  Sold 8 January 1946. DMSAPPER001001  HMS Sapper.  T336.  Military Class Anti-Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Launched Nov 1942.  Sold April 1946. DMSAPPHIRE001001  HMS Sapphire.  T27.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 20 Dec 1934.  Commissioned 1935.  Completed in January 1935.  Taken over by the Admiralty in 1935.  Sold on 9 April 1946.  Renamed Dunsby in 1947.  Renamed Findus I in 1953.  Renamed Skandi in 1954.  Scrapped at Stavanger, Norway in June 1970.
DMSARAWAK001001  HMS Sarawak.  K591.  Frigate of the Colony class.  Built by Walsch-Kaiser Co., Inc. (Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jun 1943.  Laid down 28 Sep 1943.  Launched 25 Oct 1943.   Commissioned 7 Feb 1944.  Returned to the USN 22 May 1946.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1947. DMSARDONYX001001  HMS Sardonyx.  H26.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by	A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Jun 1917.  Laid down 25 Mar 1918.  Launched 27 May 1919.  Commissioned	12 Jul 1919.  Scrapped in June 1945. DMSARDONYX002001  HMS Sardonyx.  H26.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by	A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered Jun 1917.  Laid down 25 Mar 1918.  Launched 27 May 1919.  Commissioned	12 Jul 1919.  Scrapped in June 1945. DMSARGASSO001001  HMS Sargasso.  FY053.  Armed Yacht.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched 11 Jun 1926.  Completed in June 1926.  Requisitioned by the Admiralty in October 1939. Served as minesweeper / danlayer.  Mined and sunk off the Isle of Wight on 6 June 1943.
DMSAUMAREZ001001  HMS Saumarez.  G12.  'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Heavily damaged by Mines laid by Albania in the Corfu Straits Oct 1946 which caused an International Incident.  Towed to Malta and finally scrapped Oct 1950. DMSAUMAREZ002001  HMS Saumarez.  G12.  'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Heavily damaged by Mines laid by Albania in the Corfu Straits Oct 1946 which caused an International Incident.  Towed to Malta and finally scrapped Oct 1950. DMSAUMAREZ003001  HMS Saumarez.  G12.  'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Heavily damaged by Mines laid by Albania in the Corfu Straits Oct 1946 which caused an International Incident.  Towed to Malta and finally scrapped Oct 1950. DMSAUMAREZ004001  HMS Saumarez.  G12.  'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Heavily damaged by Mines laid by Albania in the Corfu Straits Oct 1946 which caused an International Incident.  Towed to Malta and finally scrapped Oct 1950.
DMSAUMAREZ005001  HMS Saumarez.  G12.  'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Heavily damaged by Mines laid by Albania in the Corfu Straits Oct 1946 which caused an International Incident.  Towed to Malta and finally scrapped Oct 1950. DMSAUMAREZ006001  HMS Saumarez.  G12.  'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Heavily damaged by Mines laid by Albania in the Corfu Straits Oct 1946 which caused an International Incident.  Towed to Malta and finally scrapped Oct 1950. DMSAUMAREZ007001  HMS Saumarez.  G12.  'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Heavily damaged by Mines laid by Albania in the Corfu Straits Oct 1946 which caused an International Incident.  Towed to Malta and finally scrapped Oct 1950. DMSAVAGE001001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962.
DMSAVAGE002001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962 DMSAVAGE003001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962 DMSAVAGE004001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962 DMSAVAGE005001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962
DMSAVAGE006001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962 DMSAVAGE007001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962 DMSAVAGE008001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962 DMSAVAGE009001  HMS Savage.  G20.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1943.  Scrapped at Newport 11 April 1962
DMSAVEURDUMONDE001001  HMS Saveur du Monde.  French Trawler.  Requisitioned Aug 1940 for the Auxiliary Patrol Service.  Built 1929.  Returned 1945. DMSAXIFRAGE001001  HMS Saxifrage.  K04.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Sep 1939.  Laid down 1 Feb 1941.  Launched 24 Oct 1941.  Commissioned	6 Feb 1942.  Sold in August 1947.  Became the Royal Norwegian Navy's Polarfront I. DMSCARBOROUGH001001  HMS Scarborough.  L25/U25.  Sloop of the Folkestone class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Feb 1929.  Laid down	28 May 1929.  Launched 14 Mar 1930.  Commissioned	30 Jul 1930.  Sold 3 June 1949. DMSCARBOROUGH002001  HMS Scarborough.  L25/U25.  Sloop of the Folkestone class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Feb 1929.  Laid down	28 May 1929.  Launched 14 Mar 1930.  Commissioned	30 Jul 1930.  Sold 3 June 1949.
DMSCARBOROUGH003001  HMS Scarborough.  L25/U25.  Sloop of the Folkestone class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Feb 1929.  Laid down	28 May 1929.  Launched 14 Mar 1930.  Commissioned	30 Jul 1930.  Sold 3 June 1949. DMSCARBOROUGH004001  HMS Scarborough.  L25/U25.  Sloop of the Folkestone class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Feb 1929.  Laid down	28 May 1929.  Launched 14 Mar 1930.  Commissioned	30 Jul 1930.  Sold 3 June 1949. DMSCIMITAR001001  HMS Scimitar.  H21.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down	30 May 1917.  Launched 27 Feb 1918.  Commissioned	29 Apr 1918.  Scrapped on 30 June 1947. DMSCORPION001001  HMS Scorpion (ii) (G 72)  Destroyer of the S class   Navy	The Royal Navy Type	Destroyer Class	S  Pennant	G 72  Built by	Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.)  Ordered	9 Jan 1941  Laid down	16 Jun 1941  Launched	26 Aug 1942  Commissioned	11 Mar 1943  End service	  History	 Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy on 1 October 1945 being renamed Kortenaer. Scrapped in 1963.
DMSCOTT001001  HMS Scott.  J79.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Aug 1938.  Scrapped June 1965. DMSCOTT002001  HMS Scott.  J79.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Aug 1938.  Scrapped June 1965. DMSCOURGE001001  HMS Scourge.  G01.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 26 Jun 1941.  Launched 8 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 14 Jul 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy on 1 February 1946 being renamed Evertsen. Scrapped in 1963. DMSCOURGE002001  HMS Scourge.  G01.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 26 Jun 1941.  Launched 8 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 14 Jul 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy on 1 February 1946 being renamed Evertsen. Scrapped in 1963.
DMSCOUT001001  HMS Scout.  H51.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 25 Oct 1917.  Launched 27 Apr 1918.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1918.  Scrapped on 2 March 1946. DMSCYLLA001001  HMS Scylla.    Pennant No. 98.  Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1940.  Badly damaged by mines June 1944 off Noirmandy beaches.  Declared a total loss and later used as a target ship.  Scrapped May 1950. DMSCYLLA002001  HMS Scylla.    Pennant No. 98.  Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1940.  Badly damaged by mines June 1944 off Noirmandy beaches.  Declared a total loss and later used as a target ship.  Scrapped May 1950. DMSDB3053001001  HMS SDB 3053.  Seaward Defence Boat.   Formerly MTB 5013.  Completed March 1945.  Converted to MASB 1949 and numbered MASB 3053.  Designated Seaward Defence Boat 1953.  Transferred to SCC 1957.  Sold out of service March 1969.
DMSDML3515001001  HMS SMDL 3515.  Seaward Defence Motor Launch.  Formerly HDML 1391.  Completed Nov 1943.  Later designated FastDespatch Boat and numbered FDB 72.  Re designated SDML 3515.  Transferred to Nigeria 11 Mar 1959 and renamed Kaduna.  Deleted 1965. DMSEABEAR001001  HMS Seabear.  J 333.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Nov 1943 as HMCS St. Thomas.  Scrapped Dec 1958. DMSEABREEZE001001  HMS Seabreeze.  Naval MFV.   Launched Nov 1918.  Sold 1945. DMSEABREEZE002001  HMS Seabreeze.  Naval MFV.   Launched Nov 1918.  Sold 1945.
DMSEAGULL001001  HMS Seagull.  J85/N85.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Oct 1937.  Scrapped May 1965. DMSEAGULL002001  HMS Seagull.  J85/N85.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Oct 1937.  Scrapped May 1965. DMSEAHAM001001  HMS Seaham.  J123.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Sep 1939.  Laid down 15 Oct 1940.  Launched 16 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1941.  Allocated to Fishery Protection services in 1946.  Sold to Burma on 11 August 1947 for use as a relief pilot vessel and survey ship based in Rangoon being renamed Chinthe (Lion).  Sunk in 1948 by an uncharted Japanese mine. DMSEAMEW001001  HMS Seamew.  T43.  River gunboat of the Tern class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered	14 Jan 1926.  Launched 16 Jan 1928.  Commissioned	1 Apr 1928.  Scrapped at Basra on 18 August 1947.
DMSEARCHER001001  HMS Searcher.  D 40.  Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched June 1942 and transferred to RN under Lend-lease.  Her aircraft were responsible for sinking U-711 in the Arctic May 1945. Returned to US Nov 1945 and stricken Feb 1946. Sold to Mercantile and renamed 'Captain Theo' and later 'Oriental Banker'.  Scrapped April 1976. DMSEFTON001001  HMS Sefton.  F 123.  Landing Ship Infantry.  Launched 1943? as 'Cape Comorin.  Transferred to Britain as 'Empire Gauntlet'. Taken over by RN and renamed 'Sefton' 1944.  Laid up 1947 and scrapped 1964. DMSELKIRK001001  HMS Selkirk.  J18.  Minesweeper of the Hunt class.  Built by Murdock & Murray (Glasgow, Scotland).  Laid down 5 Mar 1918.  Launched 2 Dec 1918.  Commissioned 17 Mar 1919.  Decommissioned in early 1945 and laid up.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 17 May 1947.  Scrapped in October 1948. DMSERAPIS001001  HMS Serapis.  G94.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 14 Aug 1941.  Launched	25 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 23 Dec 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy on 1 October 1945 and renamed Piet Hein. Scrapped at Gent, Belgium in June 1962.
DMSERENE001001  HMS Serene.  J354.  Former name HMCS Leaside.   Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered Jul 1942.  Laid down 19 Jul 1943.  Launched 18 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 14 Sep 1944.  Scrapped 8 March 1959. DMSGB5GREYOWL001001  HMS SGB 6/Grey Shark.  S306.  Steam Gunboat of the SGB class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	8 Nov 1940.  Laid down 28 Mar 1941.  Launched 17 Nov 1941. Commissioned 30 Apr 1942.  Renamed Grey Shark in 1943.  Fast minesweeper in 1944.  Sold on 13 October 1947. DMSGB6GREYSHARK001001  HMS SGB 6/Grey Shark.  S306.  Steam Gunboat of the SGB class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered	8 Nov 1940.  Laid down 28 Mar 1941.  Launched 17 Nov 1941. Commissioned 30 Apr 1942.  Renamed Grey Shark in 1943.  Fast minesweeper in 1944.  Sold on 13 October 1947. DMSGB8GREYWOLF001001  HMS SGB 8/Grey Wolf.  S308.  Steam Gunboat of the SGB class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Nov 1940.  Laid down 3 Feb 1941.  Launched 3 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 17 Apr 1942.  Renamed Grey Wolf in 1943.  Fast minesweeper in 1944.  Sold on 3 February 1948.
DMSGB9GREYGOOSE001001  HMS SGB 9/Grey Goose.  S309.  Steam Gunboat of the SGB class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Nov 1940.  Laid down 23 Jan 1941.  Launched 14 Feb 1942.   Commissioned 4 Jul 1942.  Renamed Grey Goose in 1943.  Fast minesweeper in 1944.  Trials vessel in 1952.  Hulked in 1958. DMSGB7001001  HMS SGB 7.  S307.  Steam Gunboat of the SGB class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Nov 1940.  Laid down 3 Feb 1941.  Launched 25 Sep 1941.  Commissioned	11 Mar 1942.  Sunk by gunfire from German surface vessels in Seine Bay on 19 June 1942. DMSHARK001001  HMS Shark.  G03.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by	Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down	5 Nov 1941.  Launched 1 Jun 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Norwegian Navy.  Became the Norwegian destroyer Svenner. DMSHARPSHOOTER001001  HMS Sharpshooter.  J68.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Dec 1936.  Rammed and sunk U-655 in Barents Sea March 1942.  Scrapped 1960.
DMSHARPSHOOTER002001  HMS Sharpshooter.  J68.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Dec 1936.  Rammed and sunk U-655 in Barents Sea March 1942.  Scrapped 1960. DMSHARPSHOOTER003001  HMS Sharpshooter.  J68.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Dec 1936.  Rammed and sunk U-655 in Barents Sea March 1942.  Scrapped 1960. DMSHARPSHOOTER004001  HMS Sharpshooter.  J68.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Dec 1936.  Rammed and sunk U-655 in Barents Sea March 1942.  Scrapped 1960. DMSHEARWATER001001  HMS Shearwater.  L39/K39.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Apr 1938.  Laid down 15 Aug 1938.  Launched 18 Apr 1939.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1939.  Sold 21 April 1947.
DMSHEDIAC001001  HMCS Shediac.  K110.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 22 Jan 1940.  Laid down 5 Oct 1940.  Launched 29 Apr 1941.  Commissioned 8 Jul 1941.  Decommissioned 28 August 1945.  Became the Dutch merchantile Jooske W. Vinke in 1954.  Broken up at Santander, Spain in 1966. DMSHEEN001001  HMS Sheen.  Naval Armed Trawler.  Launched May 1918.  Employed as a Torpedo Recovery Vessel 1941-1946.  Sold 1946. DMSHEFFIELD001001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD002001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967.
DMSHEFFIELD003001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD004001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD005001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD006001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967.
DMSHEFFIELD007001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD008001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD009001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD010001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967.
DMSHEFFIELD011001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD012001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD013001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHEFFIELD014001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967.
DMSHEFFIELD015001  HMS Sheffield.  Pennant No. 24.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1936.  Intercepted and Captured German Ship 'Gloria' Oct 1939.  Part of Force H in the Med.  Mined off Iceland March 1942 and docked for repairs.  Decommissioned Jan 1959.  In reserve 1960-66.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSHELDRAKE001001  HMS Sheldrake.  L6/K06/P26.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1936.  Laid down 21 Jun 1936.  Launched 28 Jan 1937.  Commissioned 1 Jul 1937.  Sold to China on 12 August 1946. DMSHELDRAKE002001  HMS Sheldrake.  L6/K06/P26.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1936.  Laid down 21 Jun 1936.  Launched 28 Jan 1937.  Commissioned 1 Jul 1937.  Sold to China on 12 August 1946. DMSHEPPEY001001  HMS Sheppey.  T292.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Jun 1941.  Laid down 9 Dec 1941.  Launched 1 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 16 Sep 1942.  To the Royal Army Service Corps in 1946.  Returned to the Royal Navy in 1952.  Scrapped in March 1959.
DMSHERBROOKE001001  HMCS Sherbrooke.  K152.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Marine Industries Ltd. (Sorel, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 22 Jan 1940.  Laid down 5 Aug 1940.  Launched	25 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 5 Jun 1941.  Decommissioned 28 June 1945.  Scrapped in Canada in May 1947. DMSHIEL001001  HMS Shiel.  K305.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Canadian Vickers, Montreal, Canada.  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 19 Nov 1942.  Launched 26 May 1943.  Commissioned 30 Sep 1943.   Was to be built in Canada for the United States Navy but transferred to the Royal Navy under the lend-lease program.  Returned to the U.S.N. 4 March 1946. DMSHIKARI001001  HMS Shikari. I85/ D85.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1919.  The last ship to leave Dunkirk June 1940.  Control Ship for D-Day Landings.  Scrapped Nov 1945. DMSHIKARI002001  HMS Shikari. I85/ D85.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1919.  The last ship to leave Dunkirk June 1940.  Control Ship for D-Day Landings.  Scrapped Nov 1945.
DMSHIKARI003001  HMS Shikari. I85/ D85.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1919.  The last ship to leave Dunkirk June 1940.  Control Ship for D-Day Landings.  Scrapped Nov 1945. DMSHIKARI004001  HMS Shikari. I85/ D85.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1919.  The last ship to leave Dunkirk June 1940.  Control Ship for D-Day Landings.  Scrapped Nov 1945. DMSHIKARI005001  HMS Shikari. I85/ D85.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1919.  The last ship to leave Dunkirk June 1940.  Control Ship for D-Day Landings.  Scrapped Nov 1945. DMSHILLAY001001  HMS Shillay.  T426.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1943.  Laid down	26 Jul 1944.  Launched 18 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 30 Jan 1945.  Sold in 1962.
DMSHIPPIGAN001001  HMS Shippigan.  J212.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by	Dufferin Shipbuilding Co. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 28 Nov 1940.  Laid down 19 Apr 1941.  Launched 12 Aug 1941.   Commissioned 17 Jun 1942.  Sold 1 January 1948. DMSHOREHAM001001  HMS Shoreham.  L32/U32.  Lead Sloop of Class.   Launched Nov 1930.  Assisted in tghe sinking of Italian Submarine 'Torricelli' off Perim June 1940.  Sold Oct 1946. DMSHOWER001001  HMS Shower.  Admiralty Drifter.  Employed on General Harbour Duties.  Launched 1918.  Sold 1945. DMSHREWSBURYCASTLE001001  HMS Shrewsbury Castle.  K374.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 6 Feb 1943.  Launched	16 Aug 1943.  Never served in the Royal Navy.  Transferred to the Royal Norwegian Navy upon completion.  To the Royal Norwegian Navy as Tunsberg Castle.
DMSHROPSHIRE001001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955. DMSHROPSHIRE002001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955. DMSHROPSHIRE003001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955. DMSHROPSHIRE004001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955.
DMSHROPSHIRE005001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955. DMSHROPSHIRE006001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955. DMSHROPSHIRE007001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955. DMSHROPSHIRE008001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955.
DMSHROPSHIRE009001  HMS Shropshire.  Pennant No. 83.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched July 1928.  Gifted to Australia April 1943 to replace HMAS Canberra.  Decommissioned to Reserve Nov 1949. Broken up Jan 1955. DMSIDMOUTH001001  HMS Sidmouth.  J47.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 28 Aug 1939.  Laid down 11 Jun 1940.  Launched 15 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 4 Aug 1941.  Sold 18 January 1950. DMSIDMOUTH002001  HMS Sidmouth.  J47.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 28 Aug 1939.  Laid down 11 Jun 1940.  Launched 15 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 4 Aug 1941.  Sold 18 January 1950. DMSIKH001001  HMS Sikh.   L82/F82.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 24 Sep 1936.  Launched 17 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1938.  Sunk by shore batteries off the North African Coast 14 Sep 1942.
DMSIKH002001  HMS Sikh.   L82/F82.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 24 Sep 1936.  Launched 17 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1938.  Sunk by shore batteries off the North African Coast 14 Sep 1942. DMSIKH003001  HMS Sikh.   L82/F82.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 24 Sep 1936.  Launched 17 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1938.  Sunk by shore batteries off the North African Coast 14 Sep 1942. DMSILVERTON001001  HMS Silverton.  L115.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 5 Dec 1939.  Launched 4 Dec 1940.  Commissioned Sep 1946.  Loaned to the Polish Navy before completion as Krakowiak.  Returned in September 1946.  Scrapped at Grays in March 1959. DMSIOUX001001  HMCS Sioux.  R64/225.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Oct 1942.  Launched 14 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 21 Feb 1944.  Decommissioned 26 February 1946.  Recommissioned in 1950 and renumbered 225.  Decommissioned 30 October 1963.  Scrapped at La Spezia, Italy in 1965.
DMSIOUX002001  HMCS Sioux.  R64/225.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Oct 1942.  Launched 14 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 21 Feb 1944.  Decommissioned 26 February 1946.  Recommissioned in 1950 and renumbered 225.  Decommissioned 30 October 1963.  Scrapped at La Spezia, Italy in 1965. DMSIRAGRAVAINE001001  HMS Sir Agravaine.  T230.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Round Table class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Mar 1941.  Laid down 13 Oct 1941.  Launched 5 Mar 1942.  Commissioned 12 Jun 1942.  Sold in April 1946. DMSIRGALAHAD001001  HMS Sir Galahad.  T226.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Round Table class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 18 Jan 1941.  Laid down 13 Jun 1941.  Launched 18 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 28 Feb 1942.  Became a danlayer in 1944.  Sold in April 1946. DMSIRGARETH001001  HMS Sir Gareth.  T227.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Round Table class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 18 Jan 1941.  Laid down 17 Jun 1941.  Launched	19 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 29 Apr 1942.  Sold 11 April 1946.
DMSIRGERAINT001001  HMS Sir Geraint.  T240.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Round Table class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 13 Jun 1941.  Laid down	20 Nov 1941.  Launched 15 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 10 Jul 1942.  Sold in April 1946. DMSIRIUS001001  HMS Sirius.    C82.   Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Sept 1940.  Scrapped Oct 1956. DMSIRIUS002001  HMS Sirius.    C82.   Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Sept 1940.  Scrapped Oct 1956. DMSIRIUS003001  HMS Sirius.    C82.   Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Sept 1940.  Scrapped Oct 1956.
DMSIRIUS004001  HMS Sirius.    C82.   Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Sept 1940.  Scrapped Oct 1956. DMSIRIUS005001  HMS Sirius.    C82.   Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Sept 1940.  Scrapped Oct 1956. DMSIRIUS006001  HMS Sirius.    C82.   Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Sept 1940.  Scrapped Oct 1956. DMSIRIUS007001  HMS Sirius.    C82.   Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Sept 1940.  Scrapped Oct 1956.
DMSIRIUS008001  HMS Sirius.    C82.   Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Sept 1940.  Scrapped Oct 1956. DMSIRKAY001001  HMS Sir Kay.  T241.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Round Table class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1941.  Laid down 27 Feb 1942.  Launched 26 Oct 1942. Commissioned 8 Feb 1943.  Sold 10 April 1946. DMSIRLAMORAK001001  HMS Sir Lamorak.  T242.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Round Table class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 22 Aug 1941.  Laid down 27 Feb 1942.  Launched 23 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 8 Mar 1943.  Sold in April 1946. DMSIRLANCELOT001001  HMS Sir Lancelot.  T228.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Round Table class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Jan 1941.  Laid down 17 Jul 1941.  Launched 4 Dec 1941. Commissioned 26 Mar 1942.  Became a danlayer in 1944.  Sold in April 1946.
DMSIRTRISTRAM001001  HMS Sir Tristam.  T229.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Round Table class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Jan 1941.  Laid down	2 Sep 1941.  Launched 17 Jan 1942. Commissioned 15 May 1942.  Sold in 1947. DMSKATE001001  HMS Skate.  F46/H39.  Romola Class Destroyer.  Launched Jan 1917.  Sold for scrapping July 1947.  The only Destroyer of this class to survive to the start of WWII. DMSKATE002001  HMS Skate.  F46/H39.  Romola Class Destroyer.  Launched Jan 1917.  Sold for scrapping July 1947.  The only Destroyer of this class to survive to the start of WWII. DMSKATE003001  HMS Skate.  F46/H39.  Romola Class Destroyer.  Launched Jan 1917.  Sold for scrapping July 1947.  The only Destroyer of this class to survive to the start of WWII.
DMSKATE004001  HMS Skate.  F46/H39.  Romola Class Destroyer.  Launched Jan 1917.  Sold for scrapping July 1947.  The only Destroyer of this class to survive to the start of WWII. DMSKEENA001001  HMCS Skeena.  D 59.  'A' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1930.  Assisted in the sinking of U-588 In North Atlantic July 1942.  Wrecked during a storm off Iceland Oct 1944. DMSKIDDAW001001  HMS Skiddaw.  J80.  Paddle Minesweeper.  Launched 1896.  Requisitioned 1939 as a Paddle Minesweeper.  Rearmed later as a Coastal auxiliary Anti Aircraftvessel 1in 1942.  Returned to owners May 1946. DMSKIPJACK001001  HMS Skipjack.  J300.  Ex HMCS Solebay.   Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built byToronto Shipbuilding Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).    Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 19 Nov 1942.  Launched 4 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 29 Apr 1944.  Scrapped in March 1959.
DMSKIPJACK002001  HMS Skipjack.  J 38.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Jan 1934.  Sunk by enemy aircraft whilst assisting with the Dunkirk evacuation June 1940. DMSKOMER002001  HMS Skomer.  T381/DV16.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.   Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down 11 Mar 1943.  Launched 17 Jun 1943.   Commissioned 4 Nov 1943.  Converted to Danlayer then to Tank Cleaning Vessel and transferred to Port Auxiliary Service. DMSKYE001001  HMS Skye.  T163/M163.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Jul 1940.  Laid down 23 Jul 1941.  Launched 17 Mar 1942.  Commissioned 22 Jul 1942.  Scrapped 29 May 1958. DMSKYE002001  HMS Skye.  T163/M163.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Jul 1940.  Laid down 23 Jul 1941.  Launched 17 Mar 1942.  Commissioned 22 Jul 1942.  Scrapped 29 May 1958.
DMSLUYS001001  HMS Sluys.  R60/D60.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1945.  Decommissioned 1953 and sold to Iran where she was renamed 'Artemiz'.  Decommissioned in 1990's. DMSLUYS002001  HMS Sluys.  R60/D60.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1945.  Decommissioned 1953 and sold to Iran where she was renamed 'Artemiz'.  Decommissioned in 1990's. DMSLUYS003001  HMS Sluys.  R60/D60.  Battle Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1945.  Decommissioned 1953 and sold to Iran where she was renamed 'Artemiz'.  Decommissioned in 1990's. DMSMITER001001  HMS Smiter.  D55.  Former name USS Vermillion.  Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 10 May 1943.  Launched 27 Sep 1943.  Commissioned	20 Jan 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 6 April 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 21 May 1946. Sold into merchantile service being renamed Artillero.  Renamed President Garcia in 1965.  Wrecked off the island of Guernsey in July 1967.  Scrapped at Hamburg in November 1967.
DMSML6001001  HMS SML 6.  Ex HDML 1393.  Harbour Defence Motor Launch of the HDML class.  Converted to Survey Motor Launch in 1945 and renumbered SML 6.  Renumbered SML 326 in 1949.  Built by	Berthon Boat (Lymington, England, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 10 Feb 1944.  Sold on 20 April 1959. DMSML322001001  HMS SML 322.  Ex  HDML 1053/M L 1053.  Harbour Defence Motor Launch of the HDML class.  Converted to Survey Duties in 1945 and renumbered SML 2.   Renumbered SML 322 in 1949.  Built by Morgan Giles (Teignmouth, England, U.K.).  Ordered	29 Jun 1940.  Commissioned 12 Jul 1941.  Sold on 20 April 1959. DMSML323001001  SML 323.  Ex HMS HDML 1081/ML 1081.  Harbour Defence Motor Launch of the HDML class.  Converted for Survey Duties in 1945 and renumbered SML 3. Renumbered SML 323 in 1949.   Built by Bolson (Poole, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 19 Sep 1941.  Sold to Iran in 1956. DMSML325001001  SML 325.  Ex HMS HDML 1091/ML 1091.  Harbour Defence Motor Launch of the HDML class.  Built by Ranalah Yacht Yard (Wooton, England, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 16 Jul 1942.  Converted for Survey Duties in 1945 and renumbered SML 5.  Renumbered SML 325 in 1949.  Sold on 22 July 1958.
DMSML1301001001  SML 1301.  Ex HMS HDML 1301/ML 1301.  Harbour Defence Motor Launch of the HDML class.  Built by Blackmore (Bideford, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 6 Apr 1943.  Converted for Survey Duties in the Mediterranean in 1946  and renumbered SML 1301.  Later renamed 'Meda'.  Sold on 25 June 1966. DMSNAPDRAGON001001  HMS Snapdragon.  Flower class corvette. Originally named HMS Arabis and launched in 1940.  Transferred to the United States Navy and commissioned as USS Saucy.  Returned to the RN 1945 and recommissioned as HMS Snapdragon.  Shown here as USS Saucy. DMSNIPE001001  HMS Snipe.  U 20.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Dec 1945.  Scrapped Aug 1960. DMSNOWBERRY001001  HMCS Snowberry.  K166.  Flower Class Corvette.  Launched Aug 1940 as HMS Snowberry.  Assisted in the sinking of U-536 in North Atlantic Nov 1943.  Returned to RN June 1945 and scrapped Aug 1947.
DMSNOWBERRY002001  HMCS Snowberry.  K166.  Flower Class Corvette.  Launched Aug 1940 as HMS Snowberry.  Assisted in the sinking of U-536 in North Atlantic Nov 1943.  Returned to RN June 1945 and scrapped Aug 1947. DMSNOWFLAKE001001  HMS Snowflake.  K 211.  Flower Class Corvette.  Launched Aug 1941 as HMS Zenobia.  Assisted in the sinking of U-125 off Newfoundland May 1943.  Sold 1947 and became a Weather Ship.  Scrapped May 1962. DMSOLEBAY001001  HMS Solebay.   R70/D70.   Battle  Class Frigate.  Launched Feb 1944.  Decommissioned April 1962 and became Harbour Training Ship at Portsmouth.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSOLEBAY002001  HMS Solebay.   R70/D70.   Battle  Class Frigate.  Launched Feb 1944.  Decommissioned April 1962 and became Harbour Training Ship at Portsmouth.  Broken up Sept 1967.
DMSOLEBAY003001  HMS Solebay.   R70/D70.   Battle  Class Frigate.  Launched Feb 1944.  Decommissioned April 1962 and became Harbour Training Ship at Portsmouth.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSOLEBAY004001  HMS Solebay.   R70/D70.   Battle  Class Frigate.  Launched Feb 1944.  Decommissioned April 1962 and became Harbour Training Ship at Portsmouth.  Broken up Sept 1967. DMSOMALI001001  HMS Somali. L33/F33/G33.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 26 Aug 1936.  Launched	24 Aug 1937.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1938. Sunk on 20 Sep 1942 by U-703 whilst escorting Convoy QP 41 to Murmansk. DMSOMALI002001  HMS Somali. L33/F33/G33.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 26 Aug 1936.  Launched	24 Aug 1937.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1938. Sunk on 20 Sep 1942 by U-703 whilst escorting Convoy QP 41 to Murmansk.
DMSOMALI003001  HMS Somali. L33/F33/G33.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 26 Aug 1936.  Launched	24 Aug 1937.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1938. Sunk on 20 Sep 1942 by U-703 whilst escorting Convoy QP 41 to Murmansk. DMSOMALI004001  HMS Somali. L33/F33/G33.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 26 Aug 1936.  Launched	24 Aug 1937.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1938. Sunk on 20 Sep 1942 by U-703 whilst escorting Convoy QP 41 to Murmansk. DMSOMALILAND001001  HMS Somaliland.  K594.  Frigate of the Colony class.  Built by Walsch-Kaiser Co., Inc. (Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jun 1943.  Laid down 11 Oct 1943.  Launched 11 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 22 Feb 1944.  Returned to the USN 22 May 1946. DMSOREL001001  HMCS Sorel.  K153.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Marine Industries Ltd. (Sorel, Quebec, Canada). Ordered 22 Jan 1940.  Laid down 24 Aug 1940.  Launched 16 Nov 1940.  Commissioned 19 Aug 1941.  Decommissioned 22 June 1945.  Sold on 16 November 1945.
DMSOUTHAMPTON001001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester. DMSOUTHAMPTON002001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester. DMSOUTHAMPTON003001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester. DMSOUTHAMPTON004001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester.
DMSOUTHAMPTON005001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester. DMSOUTHAMPTON006001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester. DMSOUTHAMPTON007001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester. DMSOUTHAMPTON008001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester.
DMSOUTHAMPTON009001  HMS Southampton.  Pennant No. 83.  Lead Light Cruiser of Class.  Launched March 1936.  Heavily damaged by German Divebombers in Central Med Jan 1941.  Finally sunk by torpedoes from HMS Orion and HMS Gloucester. DMSOUTHDOWN001001  HMS Southdown.  L25.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 22 Aug 1939.  Launched 5 Jul 1940.  Commissioned	8 Nov 1940.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 1 November 1956 and scrapped at Barrow. DMSOUTHERNPRINCE001001  HMS Southern Prince.   M47.  Minelayer of the Auxiliary minelayers class.  Built by Lithgow?s, Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland, U.K.).  Launched 12 Mar 1929.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1940.  Completed as merchantile in August 1929.  Requisitioned by the Admiralty on 19 December 1939.  Became and accomodation ship in 1945. Hit by U-boat and damaged on 26 Aug 1941 by U-652. DMSPANKER001001  HMS Spanker.  J 226.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched April 1943.  Decommissioned Dec 1947 and placed in Reserve.  Sold to Belgium Feb 1953.
DMSPARTAN001001  HMS Spartan.  Pennant No. 95.  Bellona Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1942.  Sunk by a Glider Bomb from a German Aircraft off Anzio Jan 1944. DMSPEEDWELL001001  HMS Speedwell.  J 87.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched March 1935.  Took part in the evacuation of Dunkirk. Assisted in the sinking of U-651 South of Iceland June 1941. Took part in raid on Lofoten Islands Dec 1941. Operated from Murmansk 1942 and Normandy Landings 1944.  Sold Dec 1946. DMSPEEDWELL002001  HMS Speedwell.  J 87.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched March 1935.  Took part in the evacuation of Dunkirk. Assisted in the sinking of U-651 South of Iceland June 1941. Took part in raid on Lofoten Islands Dec 1941. Operated from Murmansk 1942 and Normandy Landings 1944.  Sold Dec 1946. DMSPEEDWELL003001  HMS Speedwell.  J 87.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched March 1935.  Took part in the evacuation of Dunkirk. Assisted in the sinking of U-651 South of Iceland June 1941. Took part in raid on Lofoten Islands Dec 1941. Operated from Murmansk 1942 and Normandy Landings 1944.  Sold Dec 1946.
DMSPEEDY001001  HMS Speedy.  J17.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Nov 1938.  Sold Nov 1946. DMSPEEDY002001  HMS Speedy.  J17.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Nov 1938.  Sold Nov 1946. DMSPEEDY003001  HMS Speedy.  J17.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Nov 1938.  Sold Nov 1946. DMSPEEDY004001  HMS Speedy.  J17.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Launched Nov 1938.  Sold Nov 1946.
DMSPEY001001  HMS Spey.  K426.  River Class Frigate.  Launched Dec 1941.  Assisted in the sinking of U-136 in Atlantic July 1942.  Sank U-406 in North Atlantic Feb 1944 and U-386 in North Atlantic in same month.  Sold to Egypt Nov 1948 and renamed 'Rashid'. DMSPHINX001001  HMS Sphinx.  J69.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by William Hamilton & Co. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 26 Aug 1937.  Laid down	17 Jan 1938.  Launched 7 Feb 1939.  Commissioned	27 Jul 1939.  3 Feb 1940 she was attacked by enemy aircraft. A bomb pierced the fo'c'sle deck and exploding destroying the fore part of the ship. She remained afloat and was taken in tow by HMS Halcyon but steadily flooded and capsized and sank. The wreck was later washed ashore north of Lybster and was sold for scrap. DMSPIRAEA001001  HMS Spiraea.  K08.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by A & J Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered	21 Sep 1939.  Laid down	31 May 1940.  Launched	31 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 27 Feb 1941.  Sold in August 1945.  Became the merchantile Thessalonika in 1948. DMSPRAGGE001001  HMS Spragge.  K572.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 15 Sep 1943.  Launched 16 Oct 1943.  Commissioned	14 Jan 1944.  Returned to the USN on 28 February 1946. Scrapped.
DMSPRINGBANK001001  HMS Springbank.  Anti-Aircraft ship.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 13 Apr 1926.  Commissioned 25 Nov 1940.  Sunk on 27 Sep 1941 by U-201. DMSPURS001001  HMS Spurs.  FY168.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 25 Jul 1933.  Commissioned Sep 1939.  Completed in August 1933.  Taken over by the Admiralty in August 1939.  Sold in 1945.  Scrapped at Dunston in 1962. DMSQUIRREL001001  HMS Squirrel.  J 301.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched April 1944.  Scuttled July 1945 off Phuket, Thailand after being mined. DMSTAFFA001001  HMS Staffa.  T159.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Jul 1940.  Laid down 22 Aug 1941.  Launched	15 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 31 Aug 1942.  Sold to the Italian Navy in January 1946.
DMSTAFFA002001  HMS Staffa.  T159.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Jul 1940.  Laid down 22 Aug 1941.  Launched	15 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 31 Aug 1942.  Sold to the Italian Navy in January 1946. DMSTALBANS001001  HMS St Albans.  I15.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 23 Mar 1918.  Launched 4 Jul 1918.  Commissioned 23 Sep 1940.  End service 16 Jul 1944 . Broken up for scrap at Charlestown, England, in April of 1949. DMSTALKER001001  HMS Stalker.  D 91.  Attacker Class Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched March 1942 as USS Hamlin.  Transferred under Lend-lease Dec 1942.  Returned to USN Dec 1945. Stricken March 1946 and sold into Merchant Service and renamed 'Riouw'.  Renamed 'Lobito' 1968 and scrapped Sept 1975. DMSTALKER002001  HMS Stalker.  D 91.  Attacker Class Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched March 1942 as USS Hamlin.  Transferred under Lend-lease Dec 1942.  Returned to USN Dec 1945. Stricken March 1946 and sold into Merchant Service and renamed 'Riouw'.  Renamed 'Lobito' 1968 and scrapped Sept 1975.
DMSTANLEY001001  HMS Stanley.  I73.  Town Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1919 as USS McCalla (DD-253).  Transferred under Lend-lease Oct 1940. Assisted in the sinking of U-131 off Madeira Dec 1941and U-434 in North Atlantic the same month. Sunk by U-574 Dec 1941. DMSTANLEY002001  HMS Stanley.  I73.  Town Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1919 as USS McCalla (DD-253).  Transferred under Lend-lease Oct 1940. Assisted in the sinking of U-131 off Madeira Dec 1941and U-434 in North Atlantic the same month. Sunk by U-574 Dec 1941. DMSTARLING001001  HMS Starling.  U66/F66.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Oct 1942.  Responsible for sinking of  U-202, U-119, U-226, U-842, U-592, U-734, U-238, U-264, U-653, U-96, U-473, U-333 and U-385 either alone or in company between June 1943 and Aug 1944.  Scrapped 1965. DMSTARLING002001  HMS Starling.  U66/F66.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Oct 1942.  Responsible for sinking of  U-202, U-119, U-226, U-842, U-592, U-734, U-238, U-264, U-653, U-96, U-473, U-333 and U-385 either alone or in company between June 1943 and Aug 1944.  Scrapped 1965.
DMSTARLING003001  HMS Starling.  U66/F66.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Oct 1942.  Responsible for sinking of  U-202, U-119, U-226, U-842, U-592, U-734, U-238, U-264, U-653, U-96, U-473, U-333 and U-385 either alone or in company between June 1943 and Aug 1944.  Scrapped 1965. DMSTARLING004001  HMS Starling.  U66/F66.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Oct 1942.  Responsible for sinking of  U-202, U-119, U-226, U-842, U-592, U-734, U-238, U-264, U-653, U-96, U-473, U-333 and U-385 either alone or in company between June 1943 and Aug 1944.  Scrapped 1965. DMSTAROFPENTLAND001001  HMS Star of Pentland.  FY1668.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by John Duthie Torry Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Launched 1914.  Commissioned	Jan 1940.  Completed in February 1915.  Taken over by the Admiralty in January 1940.  Returned to her owner in May 1946. DMSTARTBAY001001  HMS Start Bay.  K604/F604.  Laid down as HMS Loch Arklet.  Frigate of the Bay class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 May 1943.  Laid down 31 Aug 1944.  Launched	15 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 6 Sep 1945.  Scrapped July 1958.
DMSTARWORT001001  HMS Starwort.  K20.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by A & J Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Sep 1939.  Laid down 11 Jun 1940.  Launched 12 Feb 1941.  Commissioned	26 May 1941.  Sold in 1948 to Norway. Refitted in 1949 as whaler.  Renamed Southern Broom. Laid up in Melsomvik from May 1963 to January 1967.  Sold to breakers in Belgium 9 January 1967. DMSTATICE001001  HMS Statice.  K281.  Former name USS Vim.  Corvette of the Flower (rev.) class.  Built by Collingwood Shipyards Ltd. (Collingwood, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	6 Dec 1941.  Launched 10 Apr 1943. Commissioned 20 Sep 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 21 June 1946. DMSTAUSTELLBAY001001  HMS St. Austell Bay.  K634.  Frigate of the Bay class. Laid down as HMS Loch Lydoch.   Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 18 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 29 May 1945.  Scrapped 4 July 1959. DMSTAWELL001001  HMAS Stawell.  J348/M348.  Minesweeper of the Bathurst class.  Built by Melbourne Harbour Trust (Williamstown, Victoria, Australia).  Ordered 2 Aug 1941.  Laid down 18 Jun 1942.  Launched 3 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 7 Aug 1943.  Decommissioned into Reserve on 26 March 1946.  Transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy in May 1952.  Sold for scrap July 1968.
DMSTBRIDESBAY001001  HMS St. Brides Bay.  K600.  Laid down as HMS Loch Achilty.  Frigate of the Bay class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 May 1943.  Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 16 Jan 1945. Commissioned 15 Jun 1945.  Mediterranean service until 1948 then to Far East including service in the Korean War.  Returned to Portsmouth in December 1961.  Scrapped 3 September 1962. DMSTEADFAST001001  HMS Steadfast.  J375.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Gulf Shipbuilding Corp. (Chickasaw, Alabama, U.S.A.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1941.  Laid down 8 Jun 1942.  Launched 17 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 29 Sep 1943.  Returned to the United States Navy on 24 December 1946. DMSTEADFAST002001  HMS Steadfast.  J375.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Gulf Shipbuilding Corp. (Chickasaw, Alabama, U.S.A.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1941.  Laid down 8 Jun 1942.  Launched 17 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 29 Sep 1943.  Returned to the United States Navy on 24 December 1946. DMSTEEPHOLM001001  HMS Steepholm.  T356/DV17.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down 7 Apr 1943.  Launched 15 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 1 Dec 1943. Post war, converted to Wreck Dispersal Vessel.  Scrapped 18 June 1960.
DMSTEEPHOLM002001  HMS Steepholm.  T356/DV17.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down 7 Apr 1943.  Launched 15 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 1 Dec 1943. Post war, converted to Wreck Dispersal Vessel.  Scrapped 18 June 1960. DMSTELLARTON001001  HMCS Stellarton.  K457.  Corvette of the Flower (rev.) class.  Built by Morton Engineering and Dry Dock Co. (Quebec City, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered Jun 1942.  Laid down	16 Nov 1943.  Launched	27 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 29 Sep 1944.  Decommissioned 1 July 1945.  Sold in 1946 and served as Chilean Casma until 1969. DMSTETHERESE001001  HMCS St. Therese.  K366/309.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1943.  Laid down 18 May 1943.  Launched 16 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 28 May 1944.  Decommissioned on 2 November 1945.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class vessel on 21 Jan 1955 with penant number 309.  Decommissioned for the final time on 30 January 1967.  Ended her career as a private yacht on the west coast. DMSTEVENSTONE001001  HMS Stevenstone.  L16.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by	J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down	2 Sep 1941.  Launched 23 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 18 Mar 1943.  Scrapped at Dunston on 2 September 1959.
DMSTEVENSTONE002001  HMS Stevenstone.  L16.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by	J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down	2 Sep 1941.  Launched 23 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 18 Mar 1943.  Scrapped at Dunston on 2 September 1959. DMSTJAMES001001  HMS St. James.  R65/D65.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Aug 1942.  Laid down 20 May 1943.  Launched	7 Jun 1945.  Commissioned 12 Jul 1946. DMSTJAMES002001  HMS St. James.  R65/D65.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Aug 1942.  Laid down 20 May 1943.  Launched	7 Jun 1945.  Commissioned 12 Jul 1946. DMSTJAMES003001  HMS St. James.  R65/D65.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Aug 1942.  Laid down 20 May 1943.  Launched	7 Jun 1945.  Commissioned 12 Jul 1946.
DMSTKITTS001001  HMS St. Kitts.  R18.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 8 Sep 1943.  Launched 4 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 21 Jan 1946. DMSTKITTS002001  HMS St. Kitts.  R18.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 8 Sep 1943.  Launched 4 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 21 Jan 1946. DMSTLAURENT001001  HMCS St. Laurent.  H83. Former name HMS Cygnet.   Destroyer of the C class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jul 1930.  Laid down 1 Dec 1930.  Launched 29 Sep 1931.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1937.  Decommissioned on 10 October 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 9 November 1945. DMSTLAURENT002001  HMCS St. Laurent.  H83. Former name HMS Cygnet.   Destroyer of the C class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jul 1930.  Laid down 1 Dec 1930.  Launched 29 Sep 1931.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1937.  Decommissioned on 10 October 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 9 November 1945.
DMSTOCKHAM001001  HMS Stockham.  K562.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 25 Aug 1943.  Launched 31 Oct 1943.  Commissioned	28 Dec 1943.  Returned to the USN on 5 January 1946. Stricken on 25 February 1946. DMSTOKE001001  HMS Stoke.  J33.  Minesweeper of the Hunt class.  Built by Rennoldson : Shields Engineering.  Launched 8 Jul 1918.  Commissioned 30 Oct 1918.  Sunk by German aircraft off Tobruk, Lybia on 7 May 1941. DMSTONECROP001001  HMS Stonecrop.  K142.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 4 Feb 1941.  Launched 12 May 1941.  Commissioned 30 Jul 1941.  Sold on 17 May 1947.  Became the merchantile Silver King in 1949.  Renamed Martha Vinke in 1950. DMSTORK001001  HMS Stork.  L81/U81.  Sloop of the Bittern class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 1 May 1935.  Laid down 19 Jun 1935.  Launched 21 Apr 1936.  Commissioned	10 Sep 1936.  Scrapped in June 1958.
DMSTORK002001  HMS Stork.  L81/U81.  Sloop of the Bittern class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 1 May 1935.  Laid down 19 Jun 1935.  Launched 21 Apr 1936.  Commissioned	10 Sep 1936.  Scrapped in June 1958. DMSTORK003001  HMS Stork.  L81/U81.  Sloop of the Bittern class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 1 May 1935.  Laid down 19 Jun 1935.  Launched 21 Apr 1936.  Commissioned	10 Sep 1936.  Scrapped in June 1958. DMSTORMCLOUD001001  HMS Stormcloud.  J367.   Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered	6 Nov 1942.  Laid down 4 May 1943.  Launched 28 Dec 1943.  Commissioned	28 Mar 1944.  Scrapped 2 August 1959. DMSTORNOWAY001001  HMS Stornoway.  J31.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by	Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered	28 Aug 1939.  Laid down 17 Jul 1940.  Launched 10 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 17 Nov 1941.  Sold 11 September 1946.
DMSTRATHROY001001  HMCS Strathroy.  K455.  Corvette of the Flower (rev.) class.  Built by Marine Industries Ltd. (Sorel, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered Jun 1942.  Laid down 18 Nov 1943.  Launched 15 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 20 Nov 1944.  Decommissioned 12 July 1945.  Sold in 1946 and served as Chilean Chipana until 1969. DMSTRIKER001001  HMS Striker.  D12.  Former name USS Prince William.  Escort Carrier of the Attacker class.  Built by Western Pipe & Steel Co. (San Francisco, California, U.S.A.).  Laid down 15 Dec 1941.  Launched 7 May 1942.  Commissioned 29 Apr 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 12 February 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 28 March 1946.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in June 1946. DMSTROMA001001  HMS Stroma.  T150.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Aug 1940.  Laid down 3 Apr 1941.  Launched 19 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 30 Jan 1942.  Sold to the Italian Navy in March 1946. DMSTRONGHOLD001001  HMS Stronghold.  H 50.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched May 1919.  Sunk By a Japanese Task Group March 1942 fleeing from Tilatjap to Australia.
DMSTRONGHOLD002001  HMS Stronghold.  H 50.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched May 1919.  Sunk By a Japanese Task Group March 1942 fleeing from Tilatjap to Australia. DMSTUART001001  HMAS Stuart.  D 00.  Admiralty Leader Class Destroyer.  Launched Aug 1918 as HMS Stuart.  Transferred to Australia Oct 1933. Served as Escort Vessel in the Med until 1942 when she sailed for Australia to escort Coastal Convoys.  Scrapped Feb 1947. DMSTUART002001  HMAS Stuart.  D 00.  Admiralty Leader Class Destroyer.  Launched Aug 1918 as HMS Stuart.  Transferred to Australia Oct 1933. Served as Escort Vessel in the Med until 1942 when she sailed for Australia to escort Coastal Convoys.  Scrapped Feb 1947. DMSTURDY001001  HMS Sturdy.  H28.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	Jun 1917.  Laid down Mar 1918.  Launched 25 Jun 1919.  Commissioned 15 Oct 1919.  Grounded and wrecked off Tiree Island, western Scotland 30 Oct 1940.
DMSTURDY002001  HMS Sturdy.  H28.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	Jun 1917.  Laid down Mar 1918.  Launched 25 Jun 1919.  Commissioned 15 Oct 1919.  Grounded and wrecked off Tiree Island, western Scotland 30 Oct 1940. DMSUCCESS001001  HMS Success.  G26.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 25 Feb 1942.  Launched	3 Apr 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Norwegian Navy and renamed Stord. DMSUFFOLK001001  HMS Suffolk.  Pennant No. 55.  Kent Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1926.  Survived the war after being badly damaged at Stavanger by divebombers.  Scrapped June 1948. DMSUFFOLK002001  HMS Suffolk.  Pennant No. 55.  Kent Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1926.  Survived the war after being badly damaged at Stavanger by divebombers.  Scrapped June 1948.
DMSUFFOLK003001  HMS Suffolk.  Pennant No. 55.  Kent Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1926.  Survived the war after being badly damaged at Stavanger by divebombers.  Scrapped June 1948. DMSUFFOLK004001  HMS Suffolk.  Pennant No. 55.  Kent Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1926.  Survived the war after being badly damaged at Stavanger by divebombers.  Scrapped June 1948. DMSUFFOLK005001  HMS Suffolk.  Pennant No. 55.  Kent Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1926.  Survived the war after being badly damaged at Stavanger by divebombers.  Scrapped June 1948. DMSUFFOLK006001  HMS Suffolk.  Pennant No. 55.  Kent Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1926.  Survived the war after being badly damaged at Stavanger by divebombers.  Scrapped June 1948.
DMSUFFOLK007001  HMS Suffolk.  Pennant No. 55.  Kent Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1926.  Survived the war after being badly damaged at Stavanger by divebombers.  Scrapped June 1948. DMSULTANVENTURER001001  HMS Sultan Venturer/MFV 175.  MFV175.  Motor Fishing Vessel of the MFV 1 class.  Built by Frank Curtis (Looe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 May 1943.  Commissioned Oct 1945.  Renamed Sultan Venturer whilst attached to HMS Sultan as Sea Sense Training Tender.  Mercantile in 1955.  Sold 1986. DMSULTANVENTURER002001  HMS Sultan Venturer/RMAS Bibury.  Fleet Tender.  Ex RMAS Bibury.  Transferred as Sea Sense Training Tender to HMS Sultan June 1986 to replace MFV 175. DMSUNDEW001001  HMS Sundew.   K57.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Sep 1939.  Laid down 4 Nov 1940.  Launched 28 May 1941.  Served as the Free French Roselys upon completion on 19 September 1941.  Returned to the Royal Navy in 1947.  Sold for scrap on 23 Oct 1947.
DMSUNDOWN001001  HMS Sundown.  Admiralty Drifter.  Employed on General Harbour Duties.  No data. DMSUNFLOWER001001  HMS Sunflower.  K41.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 24 May 1940.  Launched	19 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 25 Jan 1941.  Scrapped at Hale in August 1947. DMSUNSET001001  HMS Sunset.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched June 1918.  Maintenance ship.  Scrapped Malta July 1943. DMSUPERB001001  HMS Superb.   C 25.    Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1943.  Decommissioned 1957.  Scrapped Aug 1960.
DMSUPERB002001  HMS Superb.   C 25.    Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1943.  Decommissioned 1957.  Scrapped Aug 1960. DMSUPERB003001  HMS Superb.   C 25.    Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1943.  Decommissioned 1957.  Scrapped Aug 1960. DMSUPERB004001  HMS Superb.   C 25.    Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1943.  Decommissioned 1957.  Scrapped Aug 1960. DMSUPERB005001  HMS Superb.   C 25.    Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1943.  Decommissioned 1957.  Scrapped Aug 1960.
DMSURPRISE001001  HMS Surprise.  K 346.  Bay class frigate. Laid down as HMS Loch Carron but renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. DMSURPRISE002001  HMS Surprise.  K 346.  Bay class frigate. Laid down as HMS Loch Carron but renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. DMSURPRISE003001  HMS Surprise.  K 346.  Bay class frigate. Laid down as HMS Loch Carron but renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. DMSURPRISE004001  HMS Surprise.  K 346.  Bay class frigate. Laid down as HMS Loch Carron but renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965.
DMSURPRISE005001  HMS Surprise.  K 346.  Bay class frigate. Laid down as HMS Loch Carron but renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. DMSURPRISE006001  HMS Surprise.  K 346.  Bay class frigate. Laid down as HMS Loch Carron but renamed HMS Gerrans Bay in 1944 before being launched in 1945. She was renamed HMS Surprise and used as a despatch vessel later that year, and was broken up in 1965. DMSURSAY001001  HMS Sursay.  M 427.  Isles Class Trawler.  Launched Dec 1944.  Served as Dan Layer.  Scrapped April 1967. DMSUSSEX001001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950.
DMSUSSEX002001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950. DMSUSSEX003001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950. DMSUSSEX004001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950. DMSUSSEX005001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950.
DMSUSSEX006001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950. DMSUSSEX007001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950. DMSUSSEX008001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950. DMSUSSEX009001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950.
DMSUSSEX010001  HMS Sussex.  Pennant No. 96.  London Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Feb 1928.  Formed Group H in South Atlantic in search for 'Graf Spee'.  Served in Norway, North Atlantic and Far East.  Decommissioned Feb 1949 and sold and broken up Feb 1950. DMSUTLEJ001001  HMIS Sutlej.  U95.  Sloop of the Black Swan class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Sep 1939.  Laid down 4 Jan 1940.  Launched 1 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 23 Apr 1941. DMSUTTON001001  HMS Sutton.  J78.  Hunt Class Minesweeper.  Launched May 1918.  Sold 1947. DMSWALE001001  HMS Swale.  K217.  River Class Frigate.  Launched Jan 1942.  Transferred to South Africa July 1945.  Returned to RN Jan 1946.  Scrapped Feb 1955.
DMSWANSEA001001  HMCS Swansea.  K328.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Yarrows Ltd. (Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered Oct 1941.  Laid down 15 Jul 1942.  Launched 19 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 4 Oct 1943.  Decommissioned 2 Nov 1945.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 306 on 14 Nov 1957.  Decommissioned 14 October 1966. DMSWEETBRIAR001001  HMS Sweetbriar.  K209.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Aug 1940.  Laid down 4 Apr 1941.  Launched 26 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 8 Sep 1941.  Sold on 29 July 1946.  Sold to Rosshavet in June 1949.  Towed to Fredrikstad for refitting to bouy-boat.  Completed as Star IX in December 1949.  Last season as whaler 1964/1965.  Sold to Belgian shipbreakers in April 1966 and towed to Brugge. DMSWEETBRIAR002001  HMS Sweetbriar.  K209.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Aug 1940.  Laid down 4 Apr 1941.  Launched 26 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 8 Sep 1941.  Sold on 29 July 1946.  Sold to Rosshavet in June 1949.  Towed to Fredrikstad for refitting to bouy-boat.  Completed as Star IX in December 1949.  Last season as whaler 1964/1965.  Sold to Belgian shipbreakers in April 1966 and towed to Brugge. DMSWIFT001001  HMS Swift.  G46.  Destroyer of the S class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jan 1941.  Laid down 12 Jun 1942.  Launched 15 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 6 Dec 1943.  Mined and sunk on 24 Jun 1944 in support of the D Day landings off Sword Beach.
DMSWIFTSURE001001  HMS Swiftsure.  Pennant No. 08.  Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  launched Feb 1943.  Served as Flagship to 4th Cruiser Squadron 1946 and 2nd Cruiser Squadron 1951.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMSWIFTSURE002001  HMS Swiftsure.  Pennant No. 08.  Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  launched Feb 1943.  Served as Flagship to 4th Cruiser Squadron 1946 and 2nd Cruiser Squadron 1951.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMSWIFTSURE003001  HMS Swiftsure.  Pennant No. 08.  Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  launched Feb 1943.  Served as Flagship to 4th Cruiser Squadron 1946 and 2nd Cruiser Squadron 1951.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMSWIFTSURE004001  HMS Swiftsure.  Pennant No. 08.  Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  launched Feb 1943.  Served as Flagship to 4th Cruiser Squadron 1946 and 2nd Cruiser Squadron 1951.  Scrapped Oct 1962.
DMSWIFTSURE005001  HMS Swiftsure.  Pennant No. 08.  Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  launched Feb 1943.  Served as Flagship to 4th Cruiser Squadron 1946 and 2nd Cruiser Squadron 1951.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMSWIFTSURE006001  HMS Swiftsure.  Pennant No. 08.  Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  launched Feb 1943.  Served as Flagship to 4th Cruiser Squadron 1946 and 2nd Cruiser Squadron 1951.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMSWIFTSURE007001  HMS Swiftsure.  Pennant No. 08.  Minotaur Class Light Cruiser.  launched Feb 1943.  Served as Flagship to 4th Cruiser Squadron 1946 and 2nd Cruiser Squadron 1951.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMSWITHA001001  HMS Switha.  T179/D18/A346.  Isles Class Minesweeping Trawler.  Launched April 1942.  Converted to Dan Layer 1944 and to Tank Cleaner 1950.  Fate unknown.
DMSWITHA002001  HMS Switha.  T179/DV18/A346.  Isles Class Minesweeping Trawler.  Launched April 1942.  Converted to Dan Layer 1944 and to Tank Cleaner 1950.  Fate unknown. DMSWONA001001  HMS Swona.  FY1802.  Minesweeping Whaler.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 7 Jul 1925.  Commissioned Apr 1940.  Completed in August 1925.  Whaler of South Georgia Co. Ltd. taken over by the Admiralty in April 1940.  Became a danlayer in 1944. DMSYCAMORE001001  HMS Sycamore.  T37.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 20 Nov 1930.  Commissioned 28 Nov 1936.  Completed in December 1930.  Taken over by the Admiralty in 1935.  Became a danlayer in 1945.  Renamed Drattur in 1946.  Renamed Jupiter in 1957.  Scrapped at Frederikssund, Denmark in August 1959. DMSYDNEY001001  HMAS Sydney.  D48.  Light cruiser of the Perth class.  Built as HMS Phaeton.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Feb 1933.  Laid down 8 Jul 1933.  Launched 22 Sep 1934.  Commissioned 24 Sep 1935.  Lost 19 Nov 1941.  Laid down as HMS Phaeton but purchased (before launching) by the Australian Government in 1934.   Sunk in the Indian Ocean west of Shark Bay, Western Australia by torpedoes and 5.9in gunfire of German raider Kormoran.     Former name	HMS Phaeton
DMSYLVIA001001  HMS Sylvia.  J382.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Nov 1942.  Laid down 5 Jul 1943.  Launched	28 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 17 May 1944.  Scrapped 16 September 1958. DMSYLVIA002001  HMS Sylvia.  J382.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Nov 1942.  Laid down 5 Jul 1943.  Launched	28 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 17 May 1944.  Scrapped 16 September 1958. DMSYRINGA001001  HMS Syringa.  Armed Trawler.  Launched 1935.  Employed as Maintenance Ship.  Sold to Merchant Service 1947 and renamed 'Davarr Island'. Renamed 'Cape Kanin' 1948.  Scrapped 1954. DMSYRINGA002001  HMS Syringa.  Armed Trawler.  Launched 1935.  Employed as Maintenance Ship.  Sold to Merchant Service 1947 and renamed 'Davarr Island'. Renamed 'Cape Kanin' 1948.  Scrapped 1954.
DMTAHAY001001  HMS Tahay.  T452.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1943.  Laid down	26 Aug 1944.  Launched 31 Dec 1944.  Commissioned 25 Mar 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1963.  Arrived at Troon to be broken up for scrap in July 1963. DMTALYBONT001001  HMS Talybont.  L18.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by	J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.)   Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down	28 Nov 1942.  Launched 3 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 19 May 1943.  Scrapped at Charlestown on 10 March 1961. DMTALYBONT002001  HMS Talybont.  L18.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by	J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.)   Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down	28 Nov 1942.  Launched 3 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 19 May 1943.  Scrapped at Charlestown on 10 March 1961. DMTAMARISK001001  HMS Tamarisk.  K216.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Oct 1940.  Laid down 10 Feb 1941.  Launched 28 Jul 1941.  Commissioned 26 Dec 1941.  Transferred to the Royal Hellenic Navy in November 1943 and renamed Tompazis.  Returned in 1952.  Scrapped in the UK starting on 20 March 1952.
DMTAMARISK002001  HMS Tamarisk.  FY97.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 23 Mar 1925.  Commissioned Aug 1939.  Completed in May 1925.  Taken over by the Admiralty in August 1939.  Sunk by German aircraft in the Thames estuary on 12 August 1940. DMTANATSIDE001001  HMS Tanatside.  L69.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 23 Jun 1941.  Launched 30 Apr 1942. Commissioned 4 Sep 1942.  Sold to Greece in 1946 and renamed Adrias.  Scrapped in 1964. DMTANATSIDE002001  HMS Tanatside.  L69.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 23 Jun 1941.  Launched 30 Apr 1942. Commissioned 4 Sep 1942.  Sold to Greece in 1946 and renamed Adrias.  Scrapped in 1964. DMTANGANYIKA001001  HMS Tanganyika.  J383.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered	6 Nov 1942.  Laid down 20 Sep 1943.  Launched 12 Apr 1944.  Commissioned	7 Jul 1944.  Scrapped 2 September 1963.
DMTANGO001001  HMS Tango.  T146.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Dance class.  Built by Smith's Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Sep 1939.  Laid down 23 Aug 1940.  Launched	29 Nov 1940.  Commissioned 22 Apr 1941.  Sold in July 1946. Converted in 1948 to fishing trawler.  Sold to Compagnie Maritime du Progés, Ostende, Belgium in 1949 being renamed Ramspkapelle.  Sold to Köser & Co., Hamburg, Germany in March 1952 being renamed Carola.  Sold to Anglo-Skandia G.m.b.H., Cuxhaven, Germany later in 1952. Laid up for about a year. DMTARANTULA001001  HMS Tarantula.  T62.  River gunboat of the Insect class.  Built by Wood Skinner & Co. Ltd. (Newcastle, England U.K.).  Ordered 9 Feb 1915.  Launched 8 Dec 1915.  Commissioned 28 Jan 1916.   Sunk as target off Ceylon on 1 May 1946. DMTARTAR001001  HMS Tartar.  F43/G43.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 26 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1939.  Pennant numbers: F 43 - February 1939 - Autumn 1940.  G 43 Autumn 1940 - February 1948. Scrapped  22 Feb 1948. DMTARTAR002001  HMS Tartar.  F43/G43.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 26 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1939.  Pennant numbers: F 43 - February 1939 - Autumn 1940.  G 43 Autumn 1940 - February 1948. Scrapped  22 Feb 1948.
DMTARTAR003001  HMS Tartar.  F43/G43.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 26 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1939.  Pennant numbers: F 43 - February 1939 - Autumn 1940.  G 43 Autumn 1940 - February 1948. Scrapped  22 Feb 1948. DMTARTAR004001  HMS Tartar.  F43/G43.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 26 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1939.  Pennant numbers: F 43 - February 1939 - Autumn 1940.  G 43 Autumn 1940 - February 1948. Scrapped  22 Feb 1948. DMTAUPO001001  HMNZS Taupo.  F421.  Ex  HMS Loch Shin.  K421.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1943.  Laid down 6 Sep 1943.  Launched 23 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 10 Oct 1944.  Transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy on 3 Sep 1948 and renamed Taupo.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1961. DMTAUPO002001  HMNZS Taupo.  F421.  Ex  HMS Loch Shin.  K421.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1943.  Laid down 6 Sep 1943.  Launched 23 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 10 Oct 1944.  Transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy on 3 Sep 1948 and renamed Taupo.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in 1961.
DMTAVY001001  HMS Tavy.  K272.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Feb 1942.  Laid down 17 Oct 1942. Launched 3 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 3 Jul 1943.   Scrapped 28 September 1956. DMTAY001001  HMS Tay.  K232.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Feb 1941.  Laid down 10 Sep 1941.  Launched 18 Mar 1942.  Commissioned 5 Aug 1942.  Scrapped on 28 September 1956. DMTEAZER001001  HMS Teazer.  R23/F23.  'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Jan 1943.  Scrapped Aug 1965. DMTEAZER002001  HMS Teazer.  R23/F23.  'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Jan 1943.  Scrapped Aug 1965.
DMTEAZER003001  HMS Teazer.  R23/F23.  'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Jan 1943.  Scrapped Aug 1965. DMTEDWORTH001001  HMS Tedworth.  J32.  Minesweeper of the Hunt class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Launched 20 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 26 Jun 1917. DMTEDWORTH002001  HMS Tedworth.  J32.  Minesweeper of the Hunt class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Launched 20 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 26 Jun 1917. DMTEES001001  HMS Tees.  K293.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Apr 1942.  Laid down 21 Oct 1942.  Launched	20 May 1943.  Commissioned 28 Aug 1943.  Scrapped 16 July 1955.
DMTENACIOUS001001  HMS Tenacious.  R45F44.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 3 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 30 Oct 1943. Scrapped at Troon in June 1965. DMTENACIOUS002001  HMS Tenacious.  R45/F44.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 3 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 30 Oct 1943. Scrapped at Troon in June 1965. DMTENACIOUS004001  HMS Tenacious.  R45/F44.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 3 Dec 1941.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 30 Oct 1943. Scrapped at Troon in June 1965. DMTENEDOS001001  HMS Tenedos.  H04.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Sunk by Japanese Carrier Aircraft during air raid on Colombo April 1942.
DMTENEDOS002001  HMS Tenedos.  H04.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Sunk by Japanese Carrier Aircraft during air raid on Colombo April 1942. DMTENEDOS003001  HMS Tenedos.  H04.  Admiralty 'S' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Sunk by Japanese Carrier Aircraft during air raid on Colombo April 1942. DMTERMAGENT001001  HMS Termagent.  R89F189.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 25 Nov 1941.  Launched 22 Mar 1943.  Commissioned	18 Oct 1943.  Scrapped at Dalmuir in November 1965. DMTERMAGENT003001  HMS Termagent.  R89F189.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 25 Nov 1941.  Launched 22 Mar 1943.  Commissioned	18 Oct 1943.  Scrapped at Dalmuir in November 1965.
DMTERN001001  HMS Tern.  T64.  River gunboat of the Tern class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 14 Jan 1926.  Launched 29 Aug 1927.  Commissioned Nov 1927.  Lost	19 Dec 1941.   Scuttled at Hong Kong on 19 December 1941 to prevent her capture by the Japanese. DMTERPSICHORE001001  HMS Terpsichore.  R33/F19.  'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1943.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Scrapped May 1966. DMTERPSICHORE003001  HMS Terpsichore.  R33/F19.  'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1943.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Scrapped May 1966. DMTERROR001001  HMS Terror.  I03.  Erebus Class Monitor.  Launched May 1916.  Bombed and damaged by German divebombers at Benghazi Feb 1941.  Sank off Derna whilst under tow to Alexandria.
DMTERROR002001  HMS Terror.  I03.  Erebus Class Monitor.  Launched May 1916.  Bombed and damaged by German divebombers at Benghazi Feb 1941.  Sank off Derna whilst under tow to Alexandria. DMTERROR003001  HMS Terror.  I03.  Erebus Class Monitor.  Launched May 1916.  Bombed and damaged by German divebombers at Benghazi Feb 1941.  Sank off Derna whilst under tow to Alexandria. DMTEST001001  HMS Test.  K239.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Mar 1941.  Laid down 15 Aug 1941.  Launched	30 May 1942.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1942.  Transferred to the Royal Indian Navy May 1946.  Returned to the Royal Navy in April 1947.  Scrapped on 25 February 1955. DMTEST002001  HMS Test.  K239.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Mar 1941.  Laid down 15 Aug 1941.  Launched	30 May 1942.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1942.  Transferred to the Royal Indian Navy May 1946.  Returned to the Royal Navy in April 1947.  Scrapped on 25 February 1955.
DMTETCOTT001001  HMS Tetcott.  L99.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 29 Jul 1940.  Launched 12 Aug 1941.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1941.  Scrapped at Milford Haven on 24 September 1956. DMTEVIOT001001  HMS Teviot.  K222.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 8 May 1941.  Laid down 4 Oct 1941.  Launched 12 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 30 Jan 1943.  Transferred to the South African Navy on 10 June 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy in January 1946.  Scrapped on 29 March 1955. DMTHAMESQUEEN001001  HMS Thames Queen.  Paddle Steamer.  Requisitioned by the Admiralty 1939 as a Paddle Minesweeper.  Converted to Coastal Auxiliary Anti Aircraft Ship 1942.  Returned to owners 1947. DMTHANET001001  HMS Thanet.  H29.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jun 1917.  Laid down 13 Dec 1917.  Launched 5 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 30 Aug 1919.  Sunk on 27 Jan 1942 by the Japanese destroyers Fubuki, Asagiri, Yugiri, and Shirayuki off Endau, East Coast of Malaya, while attacking Japanese transport ships together with HMAS Vampire.
DMTHESEUS001001  HMS Theseus.  64.  Aircraft Carrier of the Colossus class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 7 Aug 1942.  Laid down	6 Jan 1943.  Launched 6 Jul 1944.   Commissioned 9 Feb 1946.  Completed after the end of the Second World War.  Was a Commando carrier during the Suez Crisis in November 1956. Into reserve in 1957. Stricken 1960. Scrapped 29 May 1962 at Inverkeithing. DMTHISBE001001  HMS Thisbe.  J302.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 14 Dec 1942.  Launched 12 Apr 1943.   Commissioned 8 Jun 1944.  Scrapped in December 1957. DMTHORNBOROUGH001001  HMS Thornborough.  K574.  Captain Class Frigate.  Launched Nov 1943 as DE 565 but not named.  Commissioned into RN Dec 1943.  Returned to US Jan 1947 and scrapped. DMTHRACIAN001001  HMS Thracian.  D86.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jun 1917.  Laid down	10 Jan 1918.  Launched 5 Mar 1920.  Commissioned 21 Apr 1920.  Ran aground and scuttled at Round Island, Hong Hong on 16 Dec 1941 and was captured by the Japanese. Salvaged by the IJN, repaired and recommissioned on 25 Nov 1942 as Patrol Vessel No.101 then re-rated a training ship in March 1944, being attached to the torpedo school at Yokosuka. Recaptured in 1945, she was eventually broken up at Hong Kong post-war.
DMTHRACIAN002001  HMS Thracian.  D86.  Destroyer of the Admiralty S class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Jun 1917.  Laid down	10 Jan 1918.  Launched 5 Mar 1920.  Commissioned 21 Apr 1920.  Ran aground and scuttled at Round Island, Hong Hong on 16 Dec 1941 and was captured by the Japanese. Salvaged by the IJN, repaired and recommissioned on 25 Nov 1942 as Patrol Vessel No.101 then re-rated a training ship in March 1944, being attached to the torpedo school at Yokosuka. Recaptured in 1945, she was eventually broken up at Hong Kong post-war. DMTHRUSTER001001  HMS Thruster.  F131.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 1) class.  Built by Harland & Wolff (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 6 Mar 1941.  Laid down 31 Jul 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 28 Jan 1943.  Became a fighter direction ship in 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1947. DMTHRUSTER002001  HMS Thruster.  F131.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 1) class.  Built by Harland & Wolff (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 6 Mar 1941.  Laid down 31 Jul 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 28 Jan 1943.  Became a fighter direction ship in 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1947. DMTHRUSTER003001  HMS Thruster.  F131.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 1) class.  Built by Harland & Wolff (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 6 Mar 1941.  Laid down 31 Jul 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 28 Jan 1943.  Became a fighter direction ship in 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1947.
DMTHRUSTER005001  HMS Thruster.  F131.  Tank landing ship of the LST (Mk 1) class.  Built by Harland & Wolff (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 6 Mar 1941.  Laid down 31 Jul 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 28 Jan 1943.  Became a fighter direction ship in 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1947. DMTHYME001001  HMS Thyme.  K210.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered	3 Aug 1940.  Laid down 30 Apr 1941.  Launched 25 Jul 1941.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1941.  Sold in 1947.  Became weather ship Weather Explorer.  In 1958 she became the merchant ship Epos. DMTIGER001001  HMS Tiger.  C20.  Lead Cruiser of Class.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon.  Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954.  Commissioned 1959.  Decommissioned April 1978.  Scrapped Oct 1986. DMTIGER002001  HMS Tiger.  C20.  Lead Cruiser of Class.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon.  Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954.  Commissioned 1959.  Decommissioned April 1978.  Scrapped Oct 1986.
DMTIGER003001  HMS Tiger.  C20.  Lead Cruiser of Class.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon.  Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954.  Commissioned 1959.  Decommissioned April 1978.  Scrapped Oct 1986. DMTIGER004001  HMS Tiger.  C20.  Lead Cruiser of Class.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon.  Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954.  Commissioned 1959.  Decommissioned April 1978.  Scrapped Oct 1986. DMTIGER005001  HMS Tiger.  C20.  Lead Cruiser of Class.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon.  Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954.  Commissioned 1959.  Decommissioned April 1978.  Scrapped Oct 1986. DMTIGER006001  HMS Tiger.  C20.  Lead Cruiser of Class.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Bellerophon.  Renamed Tiger 1945 and laid up until 1954.  Commissioned 1959.  Decommissioned April 1978.  Scrapped Oct 1986.
DMTINTAGELCASTLE001001  HMS Tintagel Castle.  K399/F399.  Castle Class Corvette.  Launched 13 December 1943 and completed 7 April 1944. Paid off August 1956 and broken up June 1958. DMTINTAGELCASTLE002001  HMS Tintagel Castle.  K399/F399.  Castle Class Corvette.  Launched 13 December 1943 and completed 7 April 1944. Paid off August 1956 and broken up June 1958. DMTIR001001  INS Tir.  F256.  River Class Frigate.  Launched Dec 1942 as HMS Bann K 256.  Transferred to India Dec 1945 and converted to Midshipmans Training Ship.  Decommissioned 1979. DMTIREE001001  HMS Tiree.  T180/P41/DV19.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by	Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Sep 1940.  Laid down 16 Apr 1941.  Launched 6 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 12 Jan 1942.  Later became a Coastal Patrol Vessel then a Wreck Dispersal vessel. Sold in August 1960.
DMTIREE002001  HMS Tiree.  T180/P41/DV19.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by	Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Sep 1940.  Laid down 16 Apr 1941.  Launched 6 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 12 Jan 1942.  Later became a Coastal Patrol Vessel then a Wreck Dispersal vessel. Sold in August 1960. DMTITANIA001001  HMS Titania.  F32.  Submarine Depot Ship.  Built by Clyde Shipbuilding Co. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched	4 Mar 1915.  Commissioned Nov 1915.  Based in home waters during the Second World War.   Scrapped at Faslane in September 1949. DMTITANIA002001  HMS Titania.  F32.  Submarine Depot Ship.  Built by Clyde Shipbuilding Co. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched	4 Mar 1915.  Commissioned Nov 1915.  Based in home waters during the Second World War.   Scrapped at Faslane in September 1949. DMTITANIA003001  HMS Titania.  F32.  Submarine Depot Ship.  Built by Clyde Shipbuilding Co. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched	4 Mar 1915.  Commissioned Nov 1915.  Based in home waters during the Second World War.   Scrapped at Faslane in September 1949.
DMTITANIA004001  HMS Titania.  F32.  Submarine Depot Ship.  Built by Clyde Shipbuilding Co. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched	4 Mar 1915.  Commissioned Nov 1915.  Based in home waters during the Second World War.   Scrapped at Faslane in September 1949. DMTJITJALENGKA001001  HNLMS Tjitjalengka.  Hospital Ship.  No further data. DMTOCOGAY001001  HMS Tocogay.  J451.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1943.  Laid down 13 Sep 1944.  Launched	7 Feb 1945.  Commissioned	19 Apr 1945.  Sold in 1958. DMTOPAZE001001  HMS Topaze.  T40.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 20 Dec 1934.  Commissioned Nov 1935.  Lost 20 Apr 1941.  Completed in January 1935.  Taken over by the Admiralty in November 1935.  Sunk after a collision with the British battleship HMS Rodney off the Clyde on 20 April 1941.
DMTORONTO001001  HMCS Toronto.  K538/319.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1943.  Laid down 10 May 1943.  Launched 18 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 6 May 1944.  Decommissioned 27 November 1945.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 319 on 26 November 1953.  Decommissioned on 14 April 1956.  Became the Norwegian Garm in 1956.  Renamed Valkyrien in 1965 and served untill 1977. DMTORRIDGE001001  HMS Torridge.  K292/F708.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Apr 1942.  Laid down 17 Oct 1942.  Launched 16 Aug 1943.  Transferred to the F.N.F.L. (Free French) on 6 June 1944 and renamed La Surprise.  Transferred to Marocco in 1964 to serve as Royal Yacht and renamed Al Maouna. DMTORRIDGE002001  HMS Torridge.  K292/F708.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Ordered 14 Apr 1942.  Laid down 17 Oct 1942.  Launched 16 Aug 1943.  Transferred to the F.N.F.L. (Free French) on 6 June 1944 and renamed La Surprise.  Transferred to Marocco in 1964 to serve as Royal Yacht and renamed Al Maouna. DMTORRINGTON001001  HMS Torrington.  K577.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Acquired underthe Lend-Lease scheme from the US.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 22 Sep 1943.  Launched 27 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 18 Jan 1944.  Returned to the USN on 11 June 1946. Scrapped.
DMTORTOLA001001  HMS Tortola.  K595.  Frigate of the Colony class.  Acquired under the Lend-Lease scheme from the US.    Built by Walsch-Kaiser Co., Inc. (Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jun 1943.  Laid down 16 Oct 1943.  Launched 16 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 15 May 1944.  Returned to the USN on 22 May 1946. DMTOTLAND001001  HMS Totland.  Y88.  Sloop of the Banff class.  Built by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp. (Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Launched 7 Oct 1931.  Commissioned 12 May 1941.  Returned to the United States in May 1946.  Renamed USCGC Mocoma and designated WPG-163. Recommissioned in the Coast Guard on 20 March 1947. Decommissioned on 8 May 1950. Sold on 15 July 1955. DMTOURMALINE001001  HMS Tourmaline.  J339.  Former name USS Usage.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Gulf Shipbuilding Corp. (Chickasaw, Alabama, U.S.A.).  Ordered 7 Apr 1941.  Laid down 1 Jan 1942. Launched 4 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 7 Jun 1943.  Returned to the United States Navy in January 1947. DMTOURMALINE002001  HMS Tourmaline.  T42.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 20 Feb 1935.  Commissioned Nov 1935.  Completed in March 1935.  Taken over by the Admiralty in November 1935.  Sunk by German aircraft off North Foreland, Kent, England on 5 February 1941.
DMTOWY001001  HMS Towy.  K294.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 20 May 1942.  Laid down 3 Sep 1942.  Launched 4 Mar 1943.  Commissioned	10 Jun 1943.  Scrapped 27 July 1956. DMTRACKER001001  HMS Tracker.  D24.  Escort Carrier of the Attacker class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 3 Nov 1941.  Launched 7 Mar 1942.  Commissioned	31 Jan 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 29 November 1945.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 2 November 1946 and sold into merchantile service being renamed Corrientes.  Scrapped in Portugal in August 1964. DMTRAFALGAR001001  HMS Trafalgar.  R77/D77.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 15 Feb 1943.  Launched 12 Jan 1944.  Commissioned	23 Jul 1945. DMTRAFALGAR002001  HMS Trafalgar.  R77/D77.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 15 Feb 1943.  Launched 12 Jan 1944.  Commissioned	23 Jul 1945.
DMTRAFALGAR003001  HMS Trafalgar.  R77/D77.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 15 Feb 1943.  Launched 12 Jan 1944.  Commissioned	23 Jul 1945.  Shown here alongside HMS Tiger. C20. DMTRAFALGAR004001  HMS Trafalgar.  R77/D77.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 15 Feb 1943.  Launched 12 Jan 1944.  Commissioned	23 Jul 1945. DMTRAFALGAR005001  HMS Trafalgar.  R77/D77.  Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Apr 1942.  Laid down 15 Feb 1943.  Launched 12 Jan 1944.  Commissioned	23 Jul 1945. DMTRAIL001001  HMCS Trail.  K174.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 14 Feb 1940.  Laid down	20 Jul 1940.  Launched 16 Oct 1940. Commissioned 30 Apr 1941.  Decommissioned 17 July 1945.  Scrapped in Canada in August 1950.
DMTRANSVAAL001001  HMSAS Transvaal.  K602.  Frigate of the Loch class.  Ex HMS Loch Ard.  Built by	Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 May 1943.  Laid down 20 Jan 1944.  Launched 2 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 21 May 1945.  End service 14 Aug 1964.  Laid down as HMS Loch Ard.  Handed over to South African Navy on 14 May 1945 and completed on 21 May 1945 as HMSAS Transvaal.  Sunk as an artificial reef in False Bay. DMTREMADOCBAY001001  HMS Tremadoc Bay.  K605.  Ex HMS Loch Arnish.  Frigate of the Bay class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 2 May 1943.  Laid down 31 Aug 1944.  Launched	29 Mar 1945. Commissioned 11 Oct 1945.  Scrapped 18 September 1959. DMTRENTONIAN001001  HMCS Trentonian.  K368.  Corvette of the Flower (rev.) class.  Built by Kingston Shipbuilding Co. (Kingston, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered Apr 1942.  Laid down 19 Feb 1943.  Launched 1 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 1 Dec 1943.  Lost 22 Feb 1945 when she was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-1004 near Falmouth, England. DMTRILLIUM001001  HMCS Trillium.  K172.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built as HMS Trillium but transferred to Canada 0on completion.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered	20 Jan 1940.  Laid down 20 Feb 1940.  Launched 26 Jun 1940.  Commissioned 31 Oct 1940.  End service 27 Jun 1945.  Decommissioned and returned to the Royal Navy on 25 June 1945.  Became the merchantile Olympic Runner in 1950, Otori Maru 10 in 1956 and Kyo Maru No. 16 in 1959.
DMTRINIDAD001001  HMS Trinidad.  Pennant No. 46.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched March 1940.  Hit by her own torpedoes in battle with German Destroyers Z 24, Z 25 and Z 26 March 1942. Scuttled in Arctic Ocean May 1942 after severe damage by Ju-88 bombers.  Repaired in Kola Inlet but bombed on return journey and finally torpedoed by HMS Matchless. Picture showws HMS Foresight going alongside the bombed and burning Trinidad to take off her crew before being torpedoed. DMTRINIDAD002001  HMS Trinidad.  Pennant No. 46.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched March 1940.  Hit by her own torpedoes in battle with German Destroyers Z 24, Z 25 and Z 26 March 1942. Scuttled in Arctic Ocean May 1942 after severe damage by Ju-88 bombers.  Picture shows Trinidad shrouded in smoke after being bombed while returning to UK after repairs in the Kola Inlet. DMTRINIDAD003001  HMS Trinidad.  Pennant No. 46.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched March 1940.  Hit by her own torpedoes in battle with German Destroyers Z 24, Z 25 and Z 26 March 1942. Scuttled in Arctic Ocean May 1942 after severe damage by Ju-88 bombers.  Repaired in Kola Inlet but bombed on return journey and finally torpedoed by HMS Matchless. DMTRINIDAD004001  HMS Trinidad.  Pennant No. 46.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched March 1940.  Hit by her own torpedoes in battle with German Destroyers Z 24, Z 25 and Z 26 March 1942. Scuttled in Arctic Ocean May 1942 after severe damage by Ju-88 bombers.   Repaired in Kola Inlet but bombed on return journey and finally torpedoed by HMS Matchless.
DMTRINIDAD005001  HMS Trinidad.  Pennant No. 46.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched March 1940.  Hit by her own torpedoes in battle with German Destroyers Z 24, Z 25 and Z 26 March 1942. Scuttled in Arctic Ocean May 1942 after severe damage by Ju-88 bombers.   Repaired in Kola Inlet but bombed on return journey and finally torpedoed by HMS Matchless. DMTRINIDAD006001  HMS Trinidad.  Pennant No. 46.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched March 1940.  Hit by her own torpedoes in battle with German Destroyers Z 24, Z 25 and Z 26 March 1942. Scuttled in Arctic Ocean May 1942 after severe damage by Ju-88 bombers.   Repaired in Kola Inlet but bombed on return journey and finally torpedoed by HMS Matchless. DMTRIUMPH001001  HMS Triumph.  Pennant 16.  Aircraft Carrier of the Colossus class.   Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 7 Aug 1942.  Laid down 27 Jan 1943.  Launched 2 Oct 1944. Commissioned 9 May 1946.  Completed too late to see active service during the Second World War.  Served actively during the post World War II years, and played a key role at the start of the Korean War in the 1950s. Into reserve and became a training ship during the mid-1950s and was converted to a heavy repair ship during 1958-1965. Decommissioned in 1975. Stricken in 1980. Broken up in Spain in 1981. DMTROLLOPE001001  HMS Trollope.  K575.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 29 Sep 1943.  Launched 20 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 10 Jan 1944.  Torpedoed and damaged off Cap d'Antifer on 6 July, 1944. A total loss. Sold for scrap in May 1951.
DMTROLLOPE002001  HMS Trollope.  K575.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 29 Sep 1943.  Launched 20 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 10 Jan 1944.  Torpedoed and damaged off Cap d'Antifer on 6 July, 1944. A total loss. Sold for scrap in May 1951. DMTROLLOPE003001  HMS Trollope.  K575.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 29 Sep 1943.  Launched 20 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 10 Jan 1944.  Torpedoed and damaged off Cap d'Antifer on 6 July, 1944. A total loss. Sold for scrap in May 1951. DMTROUBRIDGE001001  HMS Troubridge.   R00/F09.   'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Underwent full conversion to Frigate 1955-57.  Broken up May 1970. DMTROUBRIDGE002001  HMS Troubridge.   R00/F09.   'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Underwent full conversion to Frigate 1955-57.  Broken up May 1970.
DMTROUBRIDGE003001  HMS Troubridge.   R00/F09.   'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Underwent full conversion to Frigate 1955-57.  Broken up May 1970. DMTROUBRIDGE004001  HMS Troubridge.   R00/F09.   'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Underwent full conversion to Frigate 1955-57.  Broken up May 1970. DMTROUBRIDGE005001  HMS Troubridge.   R00/F09.   'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Underwent full conversion to Frigate 1955-57.  Broken up May 1970. DMTROUBRIDGE006001  HMS Troubridge.   R00/F09.   'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Underwent full conversion to Frigate 1955-57.  Broken up May 1970.
DMTROUBRIDGE007001  HMS Troubridge.   R00/F09.   'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Underwent full conversion to Frigate 1955-57.  Broken up May 1970. DMTROUBRIDGE008001  HMS Troubridge.   R00/F09.   'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-407 in the Med Sept 1944.  Underwent full conversion to Frigate 1955-57.  Broken up May 1970. DMTRUELOVE001001  HMS Truelove.  J303/M303.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Toronto Shipbuilding Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 1 Jul 1942.  Launched 8 Jul 1943. Commissioned 3 Apr 1944.  Scrapped in December 1957. DMTRURO001001  HMCS Truro.  J268.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Laid down 20 Mar 1941.  Launched 5 Jun 1942.  Commissioned	27 Aug 1942.  End service	31 Jul 1945.  Decommissioned 31 July 1945.  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as Herchmer from 1945.
DMTULIP001001  HMS Tulip.  K29.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 30 May 1940.  Launched 4 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 18 Nov 1940.  Sold in May 1947.  Rebuildt as whaler Olympic Conqueror in 1950.  Taken with expedition by Peruvian warships in November 1954.  Sold to Japan in 1956, renamed Otori Maru No.8.  Sold in 1957 to Thor Dahl AS, renamed Thorlyn, laid up in Rotterdam.  Service from 1957 to 1962 as whaler.  Scrapped in Germany in 1965. DMTUMULT001001  HMS Tumult.  R11/F121.  'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-223 in the Med March 1944.  Underwent limited conversion to Frigate early 1950's.  Scrapped Oct 1965. DMTUMULT003001  HMS Tumult.  R11/F121.  'T' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Assisted in sinking of U-223 in the Med March 1944.  Underwent limited conversion to Frigate early 1950's.  Scrapped Oct 1965. DMTURQUOISE001001  HMS Turquoise.  T45.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 7 Mar 1935.  Commissioned Nov 1935.  Completed in March 1935.  Taken over by the Admiralty in November 1935.  Sold in 1946.  Renamed St. Oswald in 1946.  Renamed Woolton in 1950.  Renamed Wyre Woolton in 1954.  Scrapped at Preston in 1957.
DMTUSCAN001001  HMS Tuscan.  R56/F156.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 6 Sep 1941.  Launched 28 May 1942.  Commissioned 11 Mar 1943.  Scrapped at Bo'ness in May 1966. DMTUSCAN003001  HMS Tuscan.  R56/F156.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 6 Sep 1941.  Launched 28 May 1942.  Commissioned 11 Mar 1943.  Scrapped at Bo'ness in May 1966. DMTYNE001001  HMS Tyne.  F24/A194.  Destroyer Depot Ship of the Hecla class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Laid down 15 Jul 1938.  Launched 28 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	28 Feb 1941.  Sold in 1973. DMTYNE002001  HMS Tyne.  F24/A194.  Destroyer Depot Ship of the Hecla class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Laid down 15 Jul 1938.  Launched 28 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	28 Feb 1941.  Sold in 1973.
DMTYNE003001  HMS Tyne.  F24/A194.  Destroyer Depot Ship of the Hecla class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Laid down 15 Jul 1938.  Launched 28 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	28 Feb 1941.  Sold in 1973. DMTYNE004001  HMS Tyne.  F24/A194.  Destroyer Depot Ship of the Hecla class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Laid down 15 Jul 1938.  Launched 28 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	28 Feb 1941.  Sold in 1973. DMTYNEDALE001001  HMS Tynedale.  L96.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 27 Jul 1939.  Launched 5 Jun 1940.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1940.  Lost 12 Dec 1943 when torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean, off Bougie by the German submarine U-593. DMTYRIAN001001  HMS Tyrian.  R67/F67.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 15 Oct 1941.  Launched 27 Jul 1942.   Commissioned 8 Apr 1943.  Scrapped at Troon in March 1965.
DMTYRIAN003001  HMS Tyrian.  R67/F67.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 15 Oct 1941.  Launched 27 Jul 1942.   Commissioned 8 Apr 1943.  Scrapped at Troon in March 1965. DMTYRIAN004001  HMS Tyrian.  R67/F67.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 15 Oct 1941.  Launched 27 Jul 1942.   Commissioned 8 Apr 1943.  Scrapped at Troon in March 1965. DMTYRIAN005001  HMS Tyrian.  R67/F67.  Destroyer of the T class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Mar 1941.  Laid down 15 Oct 1941.  Launched 27 Jul 1942.   Commissioned 8 Apr 1943.  Scrapped at Troon in March 1965. DMUGANDA001001  HMS Uganda.  Pennant No. 66.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Aug 1941.  Transferred to Canada Oct 1944.  Renamed HMCS Quebec Jan 1952.  Decommissioned June 1956.  Sold for scrap Feb 1961.
DMULSTER001001  HMS Ulster.  R83/D83/F83.  'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Damaged by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa April 1945. Underwent full Frigate conversion 1952-53. DMULSTER002001  HMS Ulster.  R83/D83/F83.  'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Damaged by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa April 1945. Underwent full Frigate conversion 1952-53. DMULSTER003001  HMS Ulster.  R83/D83/F83.  'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Damaged by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa April 1945. Underwent full Frigate conversion 1952-53. DMULSTER004001  HMS Ulster.  R83/D83/F83.  'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Damaged by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa April 1945. Underwent full Frigate conversion 1952-53.
DMULSTER005001  HMS Ulster.  R83/D83/F83.  'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Damaged by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa April 1945. Underwent full Frigate conversion 1952-53. DMULSTER006001  HMS Ulster.  R83/D83/F83.  'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Damaged by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa April 1945. Underwent full Frigate conversion 1952-53. DMULSTER007001  HMS Ulster.  R83/D83/F83.  'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1942.  Damaged by a Japanese Kamikaze aircraft off Okinawa April 1945. Underwent full Frigate conversion 1952-53. DMULSTERMONARCH001001  HMS Ulster Monarch.  F69.  Landing Ship Infantry.  Built by Harland & Wolff (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Launched 24 Jan 1929. Commissioned 1940.  Completed as passenger ship on 10 June 1929. Requisitioned by the Admiralty in Oct 1940 and converted to an LSI(H).  Returned in October 1945. Shown centre foreground prior to Operation 'Husky' with l to r HMS Leonian,HMS Prince Baudouin and HMS Queen Emma.  HMS's Indonitable, Orion and Rodney in the background.
DMULYSSES001001  HMS Ulysses.   R69/D69/F17.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down	14 Mar 1942.  Launched 22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 23 Dec 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953.  Scrapped at Plymouth in 1970. DMULYSSES002001  HMS Ulysses.   R69/D69/F17.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down	14 Mar 1942.  Launched 22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 23 Dec 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953.  Scrapped at Plymouth in 1970. DMUMBRIEL001001  HMS Umbriel.  Auxiliary Armed Yacht.  Built 1939. Requisitioned for Anti Submarine Duties 1941.  Later used as a Minesweeping Yacht or as a Danlayer.  Sold 1946. DMUNDAUNTED001001  HMS Undaunted.  R53/F53.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 8 Sep 1942.  Launched 19 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	3 Mar 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Sunk as a target in 1982.  Shown as built.
DMUNDAUNTED002001  HMS Undaunted.  R53/F53.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 8 Sep 1942.  Launched 19 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	3 Mar 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Sunk as a target in 1982.  Shown after conversion. DMUNDAUNTED003001  HMS Undaunted.  R53/F53.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 8 Sep 1942.  Launched 19 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	3 Mar 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Sunk as a target in 1982.  Shown after conversion. DMUNDAUNTED004001  HMS Undaunted.  R53/F53.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 8 Sep 1942.  Launched 19 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	3 Mar 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Sunk as a target in 1982.  Shown after conversion. DMUNDINE001001  HMS Undine.  R42/F141.    'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1943.  Underwent conversion to Frigate 1950's.  Scrapped Nov 1965.  Shown as built.
DMUNDINE002001  HMS Undine.  R42/F141.    'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1943.  Underwent conversion to Frigate 1950's.  Scrapped Nov 1965.  Shown after conversion. DMUNDINE003001  HMS Undine.  R42/F141.    'U' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1943.  Underwent conversion to Frigate 1950's.  Scrapped Nov 1965.  Shown after conversion. DMUNICORN001001  HMS Unicorn.  D72.  Lead Aircraft Carrier of Class.  Launched Nov 1941. Part of Force H Aug 1943. Laid up until required for Korea 1950-53.  Scrapped June 1953. DMUNICORN002001  HMS Unicorn.  D72.  Lead Aircraft Carrier of Class.  Launched Nov 1941. Part of Force H Aug 1943. Laid up until required for Korea 1950-53.  Scrapped June 1953.
DMUNICORN003001  HMS Unicorn.  D72.  Lead Aircraft Carrier of Class.  Launched Nov 1941. Part of Force H Aug 1943. Laid up until required for Korea 1950-53.  Scrapped June 1953. DMUNST001001  HMS Unst.  T213.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ferguson Bros. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Mar 1941.  Laid down 16 Oct 1941.  Launched 28 May 1942.  Commissioned 6 Aug 1942.  Sold to the Italian Navy in January 1946. DMUNST002001  HMS Unst.  T213.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ferguson Bros. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Mar 1941.  Laid down 16 Oct 1941.  Launched 28 May 1942.  Commissioned 6 Aug 1942.  Sold to the Italian Navy in January 1946. DMURANIA001001  HMS Urania.  R05/F08.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down	18 Jun 1942.  Launched 19 May 1943.  Commissioned 18 Jan 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Faslane in March 1971.  Shown as built.
DMURANIA002001  HMS Urania.  R05/F08.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down	18 Jun 1942.  Launched 19 May 1943.  Commissioned 18 Jan 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Faslane in March 1971.  Shown after conversion. DMURCHIN001001  HMS Urchin.  R99/F196.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 28 Mar 1942.  Launched 8 Mar 1943.  Commissioned  24 Sep 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1954.  Scrapped at Troon in August 1967.  Shown as built. DMURCHIN002001  HMS Urchin.  R99/F196.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 28 Mar 1942.  Launched 8 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 24 Sep 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1954.  Scrapped at Troon in August 1967.  Shown as built. DMURCHIN003001  HMS Urchin.  R99/F196.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 28 Mar 1942.  Launched 8 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 24 Sep 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1954.  Scrapped at Troon in August 1967.  Shown after conversion.
DMURCHIN005001  HMS Urchin.  R99/F196.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 28 Mar 1942.  Launched 8 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 24 Sep 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1954.  Scrapped at Troon in August 1967.  Shown after conversion. DMURSA001001  HMS Ursa.  R22/F200.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 2 May 1942.  Launched 22 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	1 Mar 1944.   Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Newport in September 1967.   Showen as built. DMURSA002001  HMS Ursa.  R22/F200.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 2 May 1942.  Launched 22 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	1 Mar 1944.   Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Newport in September 1967.    Shown as built. DMURSA003001  HMS Ursa.  R22/F200.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 2 May 1942.  Launched 22 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	1 Mar 1944.   Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Newport in September 1967.    hown after conversion.
DMURSA004001  HMS Ursa.  R22/F200.  Destroyer of the U class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Jun 1941.  Laid down 2 May 1942.  Launched 22 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	1 Mar 1944.   Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1953-1954.  Scrapped at Newport in September 1967.    Shown after conversion. DMUSK001001  HMS Usk.  K295.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 20 May 1942.  Laid down 6 Oct 1942.  Launched 3 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 14 Jul 1943.  Sold to the Egyptian Navy 1948 and renamed Abikir.  Sunk as a blockship in the Suez Canal in 1956.  Scrapped in 1957.  n DMVACESAY001001  HMS Vacesay.  T432.  MS Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1943.  Laid down 27 Oct 1944.  Launched 17 Mar 1945.  Commissioned	29 May 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 16 February 1967. DMVALENTINE001001  HMS Valentine. D49/L69.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1916.  Laid down 7 Aug 1916.  Launched	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 27 Jun 1917.  Reconstructed to Fast Destroyer Escort 28 March 1940 and renumbered L69.   Beached and abandoned off Terneuzen, the Netherlands after being bombed by German Ju-87 Stuka dive bombers on 15 May 1940.
DMVALENTINE002001  HMS Valentine. D49/L69.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1916.  Laid down 7 Aug 1916.  Launched	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 27 Jun 1917.  Reconstructed to Fast Destroyer Escort 28 March 1940 and renumbered L69.   Beached and abandoned off Terneuzen, the Netherlands after being bombed by German Ju-87 Stuka dive bombers on 15 May 1940. DMVALENTINE003001  HMS Valentine. D49/L69.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1916.  Laid down 7 Aug 1916.  Launched	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 27 Jun 1917.  Reconstructed to Fast Destroyer Escort 28 March 1940 and renumbered L69.   Beached and abandoned off Terneuzen, the Netherlands after being bombed by German Ju-87 Stuka dive bombers on 15 May 1940. DMVALENTINE004001  HMS Valentine. D49/L69.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1916.  Laid down 7 Aug 1916.  Launched	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 27 Jun 1917.  Reconstructed to Fast Destroyer Escort 28 March 1940 and renumbered L69.   Beached and abandoned off Terneuzen, the Netherlands after being bombed by German Ju-87 Stuka dive bombers on 15 May 1940. DMVALENTINE005001  HMS Valentine. D49/L69.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1916.  Laid down 7 Aug 1916.  Launched	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 27 Jun 1917.  Reconstructed to Fast Destroyer Escort 28 March 1940 and renumbered L69.   Beached and abandoned off Terneuzen, the Netherlands after being bombed by German Ju-87 Stuka dive bombers on 15 May 1940.
DMVALIANT001001  HMS Valiant.  Pennant No. 02.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served at Jutland in WWI.  Fought in most theatres during WWII.  Damaged whilst in drydock in Ceylon. Towed home for repair. Sold for scrap March 1948. DMVALIANT002001  HMS Valiant.  Pennant No. 02.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served at Jutland in WWI.  Fought in most theatres during WWII.  Damaged whilst in drydock in Ceylon. Towed home for repair. Sold for scrap March 1948. DMVALLAY001001  HMS Vallay.  T434.  Minesweepin Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered	16 Apr 1943.  Laid down 22 Nov 1944.  Launched 10 Apr 1945.  Commissioned 13 Jun 1945.  Sold in July 1959. DMVALOROUS001001  HMS Valorous.  D82/L00.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 25 May 1916.  Launched 8 May 1917.   Commissioned 21 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed in June 1939.  Renumbered L00.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947.
DMVALOROUS002001  HMS Valorous.  D82/L00.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 25 May 1916.  Launched 8 May 1917.   Commissioned 21 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed in June 1939.  Renumbered L00.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVALOROUS003001  HMS Valorous.  D82/L00.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 25 May 1916.  Launched 8 May 1917.   Commissioned 21 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed in June 1939.  Renumbered L00.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVALOROUS004001  HMS Valorous.  D82/L00.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 25 May 1916.  Launched 8 May 1917.   Commissioned 21 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed in June 1939.  Renumbered L00.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVALOROUS005001  HMS Valorous.  D82/L00.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 25 May 1916.  Launched 8 May 1917.   Commissioned 21 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed in June 1939.  Renumbered L00.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947.
DMVAMPIRE002001  HMAS Vampire.  D68.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1916.  Laid down 10 Oct 1916.  Launched	21 May 1917.  Commissioned 11 Oct 1933.  Completed as HMS Vampire on 22 September 1917. Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the R.A.N. on 11 October 1933.  On 9 Apr 1942 she was sunk by Japanese aircraft bombs east of Ceylon while escorting HMS Hermes. DMVAMPIRE003001  HMAS Vampire.  D68.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1916.  Laid down 10 Oct 1916.  Launched	21 May 1917.  Commissioned 11 Oct 1933.  Completed as HMS Vampire on 22 September 1917. Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the R.A.N. on 11 October 1933.  On 9 Apr 1942 she was sunk by Japanese aircraft bombs east of Ceylon while escorting HMS Hermes. DMVAMPIRE004001  HMAS Vampire.  D68.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered Jul 1916.  Laid down 10 Oct 1916.  Launched	21 May 1917.  Commissioned 11 Oct 1933.  Completed as HMS Vampire on 22 September 1917. Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the R.A.N. on 11 October 1933.  On 9 Apr 1942 she was sunk by Japanese aircraft bombs east of Ceylon while escorting HMS Hermes. DMVANESSA001001  HMS Vanessa. I29/D29.  'V & W' Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1918.  Assisted in the sinking of U-357 in North Atlantic Dec 1942.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort June 1942.  Sold for breaking March 1947.
DMVANESSA002001  HMS Vanessa. I29/D29.  'V & W' Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1918.  Assisted in the sinking of U-357 in North Atlantic Dec 1942.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort June 1942.  Sold for breaking March 1947. DMVANESSA003001  HMS Vanessa. I29/D29.  'V & W' Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1918.  Assisted in the sinking of U-357 in North Atlantic Dec 1942.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort June 1942.  Sold for breaking March 1947. DMVANESSA004001  HMS Vanessa. I29/D29.  'V & W' Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1918.  Assisted in the sinking of U-357 in North Atlantic Dec 1942.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort June 1942.  Sold for breaking March 1947. DMVANESSA005001  HMS Vanessa. I29/D29.  'V & W' Class Destroyer.  Launched March 1918.  Assisted in the sinking of U-357 in North Atlantic Dec 1942.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort June 1942.  Sold for breaking March 1947.
DMVANITY001001  HMS Vanity. D28/L38.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 28 Jul 1917.  Launched 3 May 1918.  Commissioned 21 Jun 1918.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 12 August 1940. Pennant number was D28 changed to L38 upon completion of this reconstruction.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVANITY002001  HMS Vanity. D28/L38.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 28 Jul 1917.  Launched 3 May 1918.  Commissioned 21 Jun 1918.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 12 August 1940. Pennant number was D28 changed to L38 upon completion of this reconstruction.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVANITY003001  HMS Vanity. D28/L38.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 28 Jul 1917.  Launched 3 May 1918.  Commissioned 21 Jun 1918.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 12 August 1940. Pennant number was D28 changed to L38 upon completion of this reconstruction.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVANOC001001  HMS Vanoc.  H33.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Sep 1916.   Launched 14 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 15 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 26 July 1945.
DMVANOC002001  HMS Vanoc.  H33.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Sep 1916.   Launched 14 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 15 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 26 July 1945. DMVANOC003001  HMS Vanoc.  H33.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Sep 1916.   Launched 14 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 15 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 26 July 1945. DMVANOC004001  HMS Vanoc.  H33.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Sep 1916.   Launched 14 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 15 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 26 July 1945. DMVANOC005001  HMS Vanoc.  H33.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Sep 1916.   Launched 14 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 15 Aug 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 26 July 1945.
DMVANQUISHER001001  HMS Vanquisher.  D54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Sep 1916.  Launched 28 Aug 1917.  Commissioned 2 Oct 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Portsmouth Dockyard was finished in April 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 Mar 1947. DMVANQUISHER002001  HMS Vanquisher.  D54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Sep 1916.  Launched 28 Aug 1917.  Commissioned 2 Oct 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Portsmouth Dockyard was finished in April 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 Mar 1947. DMVANQUISHER003001  HMS Vanquisher.  D54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Sep 1916.  Launched 28 Aug 1917.  Commissioned 2 Oct 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Portsmouth Dockyard was finished in April 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 Mar 1947. DMVANQUISHER004001  HMS Vanquisher.  D54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Sep 1916.  Launched 28 Aug 1917.  Commissioned 2 Oct 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Portsmouth Dockyard was finished in April 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 Mar 1947.
DMVANQUISHER005001  HMS Vanquisher.  D54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Sep 1916.  Launched 28 Aug 1917.  Commissioned 2 Oct 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Portsmouth Dockyard was finished in April 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 Mar 1947. DMVANQUISHER006001  HMS Vanquisher.  D54.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Sep 1916.  Launched 28 Aug 1917.  Commissioned 2 Oct 1917.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Portsmouth Dockyard was finished in April 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 Mar 1947. DMVANSITTART001001  HMS Vansittart.  D64/I64.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Modified W class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Jan 1918.  Laid down 1 Jul 1918.  Launched 17 Apr 1919.   Commissioned 5 Nov 1919.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in June 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 February 1946. DMVANSITTART002001  HMS Vansittart.  D64/I64.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Modified W class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Jan 1918.  Laid down 1 Jul 1918.  Launched 17 Apr 1919.   Commissioned 5 Nov 1919.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in June 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 February 1946.
DMVANSITTART003001  HMS Vansittart.  D64/I64.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Modified W class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Jan 1918.  Laid down 1 Jul 1918.  Launched 17 Apr 1919.   Commissioned 5 Nov 1919.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in June 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 February 1946. DMVANSITTART004001  HMS Vansittart.  D64/I64.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Modified W class.  Built by William Beardmore & Co. (Dalmuir, Scotland).  Ordered Jan 1918.  Laid down 1 Jul 1918.  Launched 17 Apr 1919.   Commissioned 5 Nov 1919.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in June 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 February 1946. DMVASNA001001  RNHS Vasna.  Hospital Ship.  No further data. DMVEGA001001  HMS Vega. D52/ L41.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by	Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 11 Dec 1916.  Launched 1 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 27 November 1939. Pennant number was D52 changed to L41 upon completion of this reconstruction. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947.
DMVEGA002001  HMS Vega. D52/ L41.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by	Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 11 Dec 1916.  Launched 1 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 27 November 1939. Pennant number was D52 changed to L41 upon completion of this reconstruction. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVEGA003001  HMS Vega. D52/ L41.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by	Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 11 Dec 1916.  Launched 1 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 27 November 1939. Pennant number was D52 changed to L41 upon completion of this reconstruction. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVEGA004001  HMS Vega. D52/ L41.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by	Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 11 Dec 1916.  Launched 1 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 27 November 1939. Pennant number was D52 changed to L41 upon completion of this reconstruction. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVEGA005001  HMS Vega. D52/ L41.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by	Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 11 Dec 1916.  Launched 1 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 27 November 1939. Pennant number was D52 changed to L41 upon completion of this reconstruction. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947.
DMVEGA006001  HMS Vega. D52/ L41.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by	Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 11 Dec 1916.  Launched 1 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 27 November 1939. Pennant number was D52 changed to L41 upon completion of this reconstruction. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVEGA007001  HMS Vega. D52/ L41.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by	Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 11 Dec 1916.  Launched 1 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 27 November 1939. Pennant number was D52 changed to L41 upon completion of this reconstruction. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVEGA008001  HMS Vega. D52/ L41.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by	Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 11 Dec 1916.  Launched 1 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 27 November 1939. Pennant number was D52 changed to L41 upon completion of this reconstruction. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVELOX001001  HMS Velox.  D34/I34.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 1 Jan 1917.  Launched 17 Nov 1917.  Commissioned 1 Apr 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Sheerness Dockyard was finished in May 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 February 1947.
DMVELOX002001  HMS Velox.  D34/I34.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 1 Jan 1917.  Launched 17 Nov 1917.  Commissioned 1 Apr 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Sheerness Dockyard was finished in May 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 February 1947. DMVELOX003001  HMS Velox.  D34/I34.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 1 Jan 1917.  Launched 17 Nov 1917.  Commissioned 1 Apr 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Sheerness Dockyard was finished in May 1944.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 February 1947. DMVENDETTA001001  HMAS Vendetta.  D69.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Nov 1916.  Launched 3 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 11 Oct 1933.  Completed as HMS Vendetta on 17 October 1917. Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the R.A.N. on 11 October 1933.  Decommissioned in February 1946.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 3 February 1947. DMVENDETTA002001  HMAS Vendetta.  D69.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Nov 1916.  Launched 3 Sep 1917.  Commissioned 11 Oct 1933.  Completed as HMS Vendetta on 17 October 1917. Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the R.A.N. on 11 October 1933.  Decommissioned in February 1946.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 3 February 1947.
DMVENERABLE001001  HMS Venerable.  Pennant No. 16.  Colossus Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Dec 1943.  Served with British Pacific Fleet 1945-46.  Sold to Holland May 1948 and renamed 'Karel Doorman'. Sold on to Argentina Aug 1969.  Scrapped Jan 1999. DMVENERABLE002001  HMS Venerable.  Pennant No. 16.  Colossus Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Dec 1943.  Served with British Pacific Fleet 1945-46.  Sold to Holland May 1948 and renamed 'Karel Doorman'. Sold on to Argentina Aug 1969.  Scrapped Jan 1999. DMVENETIA001001  HMS Venetia.  D53.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1917.  Mined and sunk in Thames Estuary Oct 1940. DMVENETIA002001  HMS Venetia.  D53.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1917.  Mined and sunk in Thames Estuary Oct 1940.
DMVENETIA003001  HMS Venetia.  D53.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1917.  Mined and sunk in Thames Estuary Oct 1940. DMVENETIA004001  HMS Venetia.  D53.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1917.  Mined and sunk in Thames Estuary Oct 1940. DMVENGEANCE001001  HMS Vengeance.  R71.  Colossus Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Feb 1944.  Served with British Pacific Fleet 1945-46.  Transferred to Australia Nov 1952. Sold to Brazil Dec 1956 and renamed 'Minas Gerais'. Broken up April 2004. DMVENGEANCE002001  HMS Vengeance.  R71.  Colossus Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Feb 1944.  Served with British Pacific Fleet 1945-46.  Transferred to Australia Nov 1952. Sold to Brazil Dec 1956 and renamed 'Minas Gerais'. Broken up April 2004.
DMVENGEANCE003001  HMS Vengeance.  R71.  Colossus Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Feb 1944.  Served with British Pacific Fleet 1945-46.  Transferred to Australia Nov 1952. Sold to Brazil Dec 1956 and renamed 'Minas Gerais'. Broken up April 2004. DMVENGEANCE004001  HMS Vengeance.  R71.  Colossus Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Feb 1944.  Served with British Pacific Fleet 1945-46.  Transferred to Australia Nov 1952. Sold to Brazil Dec 1956 and renamed 'Minas Gerais'. Broken up April 2004. DMVENGEANCE005001  HMS Vengeance.  R71.  Colossus Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Feb 1944.  Served with British Pacific Fleet 1945-46.  Transferred to Australia Nov 1952. Sold to Brazil Dec 1956 and renamed 'Minas Gerais'. Broken up April 2004. DMVENOMOUS001001  HMS Venomous.  D75/I75.  Admiralty Modified 'W' Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1918.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort Jan 1943 and renumbered I75.    Sold for breaking March 1947.
DMVENOMOUS002001  HMS Venomous.  D75/I75.  Admiralty Modified 'W' Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1918.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort Jan 1943 and renumbered I75.    Sold for breaking March 1947. DMVENOMOUS003001  HMS Venomous.  D75/I75.  Admiralty Modified 'W' Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1918.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort Jan 1943 and renumbered I75.    Sold for breaking March 1947. DMVENOMOUS004001  HMS Venomous.  D75/I75.  Admiralty Modified 'W' Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1918.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort Jan 1943 and renumbered I75.    Sold for breaking March 1947. DMVENOMOUS005001  HMS Venomous.  D75/I75.  Admiralty Modified 'W' Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1918.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort Jan 1943 and renumbered I75.    Sold for breaking March 1947.
DMVENUS001001  HMS Venus.  R50/F50.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1955. DMVENUS002001  HMS Venus.  R50/F50.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1955. DMVENUS003001  HMS Venus.  R50/F50.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1955. DMVENUS005001  HMS Venus.  R50/F50.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1955.
DMVENUS006001  HMS Venus.  R50/F50.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1955. DMVERBENA001001  HMS Verbena.  K85.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered	31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 29 Jun 1940.  Launched 1 Oct 1940. Commissioned 19 Dec 1940.  Sold on 17 May 1947.  Scrapped at Blyth on 1 October 1951. DMVERDUN001001  HMS Verdun.  D93/L93.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Aug 1917.  Reconstructed to Fast Escort July 1940 and renumbered L93.   Scrapped 1947. DMVERDUN002001  HMS Verdun.  D93/L93.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Aug 1917.  Reconstructed to Fast Escort July 1940 and renumbered L93.   Scrapped 1947.
DMVERDUN003001  HMS Verdun.  D93/L93.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Aug 1917.  Reconstructed to Fast Escort July 1940 and renumbered L93.   Scrapped 1947. DMVERITY001001  HMS Verity.  D63/I63.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Modified W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered Jan 1918.  Laid down 17 May 1918.  Launched 19 Mar 1919.  Commissioned 17 Sep 1919.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in October 1943 and renumbered I63.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVERITY002001  HMS Verity.  D63/I63.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Modified W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered Jan 1918.  Laid down 17 May 1918.  Launched 19 Mar 1919.  Commissioned 17 Sep 1919.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in October 1943 and renumbered I63.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVERITY003001  HMS Verity.  D63/I63.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Modified W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered Jan 1918.  Laid down 17 May 1918.  Launched 19 Mar 1919.  Commissioned 17 Sep 1919.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in October 1943 and renumbered I63.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947.
DMVERITY004001  HMS Verity.  D63/I63.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Modified W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered Jan 1918.  Laid down 17 May 1918.  Launched 19 Mar 1919.  Commissioned 17 Sep 1919.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in October 1943 and renumbered I63.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVERNON001001  HMS Vernon.  Tender to HMS Vernon? DMVERSATILE001001  HMS Versatile.  D32.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 31 Jan 1917.  Launched 31 Oct 1917.  Commissioned 11 Feb 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at the Grangemouth Dry Dock Co. was finished in September 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in June 1948. DMVERSATILE002001  HMS Versatile.  D32.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 31 Jan 1917.  Launched 31 Oct 1917.  Commissioned 11 Feb 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at the Grangemouth Dry Dock Co. was finished in September 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in June 1948.
DMVERSATILE003001  HMS Versatile.  D32.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 31 Jan 1917.  Launched 31 Oct 1917.  Commissioned 11 Feb 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at the Grangemouth Dry Dock Co. was finished in September 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in June 1948. DMVERSATILE004001  HMS Versatile.  D32.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 31 Jan 1917.  Launched 31 Oct 1917.  Commissioned 11 Feb 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at the Grangemouth Dry Dock Co. was finished in September 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in June 1948. DMVERSATILE005001  HMS Versatile.  D32.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 31 Jan 1917.  Launched 31 Oct 1917.  Commissioned 11 Feb 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at the Grangemouth Dry Dock Co. was finished in September 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in June 1948. DMVERULAM001001  HMS Verulam.  D28/R28/F29.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1952 and renumbered F29.  Scrapped in 1972.
DMVERULAM002001  HMS Verulam.  D28/R28/F29.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1952 and renumbered F29.  Scrapped in 1972. DMVERULAM003001  HMS Verulam.  D28/R28/F29.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1952 and renumbered F29.  Scrapped in 1972. DMVERULAM004001  HMS Verulam.  D28/R28/F29.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1952 and renumbered F29.  Scrapped in 1972. DMVERULAM005001  HMS Verulam.  D28/R28/F29.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1952 and renumbered F29.  Scrapped in 1972.
DMVERULAM006001  HMS Verulam.  D28/R28/F29.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1952 and renumbered F29.  Scrapped in 1972. DMVERULAM007001  HMS Verulam.  D28/R28/F29.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1952 and renumbered F29.  Scrapped in 1972. DMVERULAM008001  HMS Verulam.  D28/R28/F29.  'V' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1943.  Fully converted to Frigate 1952 and renumbered F29.  Scrapped in 1972. DMVERYANBAY001001  HMS Veryan Bay.  K651.  Frigate of the Bay class.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Laid down as Loch Swannay.  Ordered 2 May 1943.  Laid down 8 Jun 1944.  Launched 11 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 30 Jul 1945.  Scrapped 1 July 1959.
DMVESPER001001  HMS Vesper.  D55.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Dec 1916.  Launched	15 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 20 Feb 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in September 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVESPER002001  HMS Vesper.  D55.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Dec 1916.  Launched	15 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 20 Feb 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in September 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVESPER003001  HMS Vesper.  D55.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 27 Dec 1916.  Launched	15 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 20 Feb 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in September 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVESTAL001001  HMS Vestal.  J215.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 15 Nov 1940.  Laid down 11 Jan 1943.  Launched	19 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 10 Sep 1943.  On 26 Jul 1945 she was sunk by a Japanese kamikaze aircraft about 55 nautical miles south-west of Phuket, Siam (Thailand).
DMVESUVIUS001001  HMS Vesuvius.  Minelaying tender.  Formerly HMS Vernon. Renamed April 1941.  Discarded 1956. DMVETERAN001001  HMS Veteran.  I72/D72.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Aug 1919.  Assisted in sinking of U-207 in Straits of Denmark Sept 1941 and U-215 in July 1942.  Was torpedoed and sunk by U-404 whilst picking up survivors Sept 1942. DMVICEROY004a001  HMS Viceroy. D91/L21.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down15 Dec 1916.  Launched 17 Nov 1917.  Commissioned	18 Jan 1918.  HMS Viceroy was in reserve at the start of the 2nd World War awaiting conversion / refit.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 10 January 1941. Pennant number D91 changed to L21 upon completion of this reconstruction.  Scrapped in June 1948. DMVICEROY001001  HMS Viceroy. D91/L21.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down15 Dec 1916.  Launched 17 Nov 1917.  Commissioned	18 Jan 1918.  HMS Viceroy was in reserve at the start of the 2nd World War awaiting conversion / refit.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 10 January 1941. Pennant number D91 changed to L21 upon completion of this reconstruction.  Scrapped in June 1948.
DMVICEROY002001  HMS Viceroy. D91/L21.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down15 Dec 1916.  Launched 17 Nov 1917.  Commissioned	18 Jan 1918.  HMS Viceroy was in reserve at the start of the 2nd World War awaiting conversion / refit.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 10 January 1941. Pennant number D91 changed to L21 upon completion of this reconstruction.  Scrapped in June 1948. DMVICEROY003001  HMS Viceroy. D91/L21.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down15 Dec 1916.  Launched 17 Nov 1917.  Commissioned	18 Jan 1918.  HMS Viceroy was in reserve at the start of the 2nd World War awaiting conversion / refit.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 10 January 1941. Pennant number D91 changed to L21 upon completion of this reconstruction.  Scrapped in June 1948. DMVICEROY004001  HMS Viceroy. D91/L21.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down15 Dec 1916.  Launched 17 Nov 1917.  Commissioned	18 Jan 1918.  HMS Viceroy was in reserve at the start of the 2nd World War awaiting conversion / refit.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 10 January 1941. Pennant number D91 changed to L21 upon completion of this reconstruction.  Scrapped in June 1948. DMVICTORIA-ALBERT001001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954.
DMVICTORIA-ALBERT002001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954. DMVICTORIA-ALBERT003001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954. DMVICTORIA-ALBERT004001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954. DMVICTORIA-ALBERT005001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954.
DMVICTORIA-ALBERT006001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954. DMVICTORIA-ALBERT007001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954. DMVICTORIA-ALBERT008001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954. DMVICTORIA-ALBERT009001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954.
DMVICTORIA-ALBERT010001  HMS Victoria & Albert.   Royal Yacht.  (1922).    Launched 1899.  Decommissioned 1939 and served as a Depot Ship during WWII.  Broken up 1954. DMVICTORIOUS001001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS002001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS003001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969.
DMVICTORIOUS004001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS005001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS006001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS007001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969.
DMVICTORIOUS008001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS009001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS010001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS011001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969.
DMVICTORIOUS012001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS013001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS014001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS015001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969.
DMVICTORIOUS016001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS017001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS018001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS019001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969.
DMVICTORIOUS020001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVICTORIOUS021001  HMS Victorious.  Pennant No. 38/R38.  Illustrious Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Sept 1939.  Assisted in sinking 'Bismarck' and attack on 'Tirpitz'.  Loaned to the USN 1943 and renamed USS Robin. Returned to RN late 1943 and assumed former name. Underwent major reconstruction 1950-58.  Scrapped July 1969. DMVIDETTE001001  HMS Vidette.  D48.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 1 Feb 1917.  Launched	28 Feb 1918.  Commissioned 27 Apr 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Sheerness Dockyard was finished in January 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVIDETTE002001  HMS Vidette.  D48.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 1 Feb 1917.  Launched	28 Feb 1918.  Commissioned 27 Apr 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Sheerness Dockyard was finished in January 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947.
DMVIDETTE003001  HMS Vidette.  D48.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 1 Feb 1917.  Launched	28 Feb 1918.  Commissioned 27 Apr 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Sheerness Dockyard was finished in January 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVIDETTE004001  HMS Vidette.  D48.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 1 Feb 1917.  Launched	28 Feb 1918.  Commissioned 27 Apr 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort at Sheerness Dockyard was finished in January 1943.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVIENNA001001  HMS Vienna.  Depot Ship for Motor Launches.  Launched 1930.  Requisitioned June 1941.  Returned 1945. DMVIGILANT001001  HMS Vigilant.  R93/F93.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.   Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Jan 1942.  Launched	22 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 10 Sep 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952.  Scrapped in 1965.
DMVIGILANT002001  HMS Vigilant.  R93/F93.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.   Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Jan 1942.  Launched	22 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 10 Sep 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952.  Scrapped in 1965. DMVIGILANT003001  HMS Vigilant.  R93/F93.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.   Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Jan 1942.  Launched	22 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 10 Sep 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952.  Scrapped in 1965. DMVIGILANT004001  HMS Vigilant.  R93F93.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.   Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Jan 1942.  Launched	22 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 10 Sep 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952.  Scrapped in 1965. DMVIGO001001  HMS Vigo.  R31/D231.   Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Aug 1942.  Laid down 11 Sep 1943.  Launched 27 Sep 1945.   Commissioned 9 Dec 1946 .
DMVIGO002001  HMS Vigo.  R31/D231.   Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Aug 1942.  Laid down 11 Sep 1943.  Launched 27 Sep 1945.   Commissioned 9 Dec 1946 . DMVIGO003001  HMS Vigo.  R31/D231.   Destroyer of the Battle class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Aug 1942.  Laid down 11 Sep 1943.  Launched 27 Sep 1945.   Commissioned 9 Dec 1946 . DMVIMIERA001001  HMS Vimiera. D23/L29.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Oct 1916.  Launched	22 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 19 Oct 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 12 February 1940. Pennant was D23 changed to L29 upon completion of this reconstruction.   Was sunk by a mine in the Thames estuary off East Spile Buoy on 9 Jan 1942. DMVIMIERA002001  HMS Vimiera. D23/L29.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Oct 1916.  Launched	22 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 19 Oct 1917.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort completed on 12 February 1940. Pennant was D23 changed to L29 upon completion of this reconstruction.   Was sunk by a mine in the Thames estuary off East Spile Buoy on 9 Jan 1942.
DMVIMY001001  HMS Vimy.  D33.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1917.  Sunk Italian Submarine 'Allesandro Malaspina' in N orth Atlantic Sept 1941. Assisted in sinking of U-162 in Caribbean Sept 1942 and U-187 in North Atlantic Feb 1943.  Scrapped Feb 1948. DMVIMY002001  HMS Vimy.  D33.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1917.  Sunk Italian Submarine 'Allesandro Malaspina' in N orth Atlantic Sept 1941. Assisted in sinking of U-162 in Caribbean Sept 1942 and U-187 in North Atlantic Feb 1943.  Scrapped Feb 1948. DMVIMY003001  HMS Vimy.  D33.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1917.  Sunk Italian Submarine 'Allesandro Malaspina' in N orth Atlantic Sept 1941. Assisted in sinking of U-162 in Caribbean Sept 1942 and U-187 in North Atlantic Feb 1943.  Scrapped Feb 1948. DMVIMY004001  HMS Vimy.  D33.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1917.  Sunk Italian Submarine 'Allesandro Malaspina' in N orth Atlantic Sept 1941. Assisted in sinking of U-162 in Caribbean Sept 1942 and U-187 in North Atlantic Feb 1943.  Scrapped Feb 1948.
DMVIMY005001  HMS Vimy.  D33.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1917.  Sunk Italian Submarine 'Allesandro Malaspina' in N orth Atlantic Sept 1941. Assisted in sinking of U-162 in Caribbean Sept 1942 and U-187 in North Atlantic Feb 1943.  Scrapped Feb 1948. DMVINDEX001001  HMS Vindex. R15/D15.  Escort Carrier of the Nairana class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 2 Jul 1942.  Launched 4 May 1943.  Commissioned 15 Nov 1943.  Aquired March 1942. Ex merchantile.  Original penant was R15, then changed to D15.  Returned to Rosyth in Sep 1946, and sold back to the Port Line, her original owners, and was renamed Port Vindex and ran the Australia refridgerated cargo service until 1971 when she was broken up in Taiwan. DMVINDEX002001  HMS Vindex. R15/D15.  Escort Carrier of the Nairana class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 2 Jul 1942.  Launched 4 May 1943.  Commissioned 15 Nov 1943.  Aquired March 1942. Ex merchantile.  Original penant was R15, then changed to D15.  Returned to Rosyth in Sep 1946, and sold back to the Port Line, her original owners, and was renamed Port Vindex and ran the Australia refridgerated cargo service until 1971 when she was broken up in Taiwan. DMVINDEX003001  HMS Vindex. R15/D15.  Escort Carrier of the Nairana class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 2 Jul 1942.  Launched 4 May 1943.  Commissioned 15 Nov 1943.  Aquired March 1942. Ex merchantile.  Original penant was R15, then changed to D15.  Returned to Rosyth in Sep 1946, and sold back to the Port Line, her original owners, and was renamed Port Vindex and ran the Australia refridgerated cargo service until 1971 when she was broken up in Taiwan.
DMVINDEX004001  HMS Vindex. R15/D15.  Escort Carrier of the Nairana class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 2 Jul 1942.  Launched 4 May 1943.  Commissioned 15 Nov 1943.  Aquired March 1942. Ex merchantile.  Original penant was R15, then changed to D15.  Returned to Rosyth in Sep 1946, and sold back to the Port Line, her original owners, and was renamed Port Vindex and ran the Australia refridgerated cargo service until 1971 when she was broken up in Taiwan. DMVINDICTIVE001001  HMS Vindictive.  Designed as a Heavy Cruiser but redesigned as Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Jan 1918.  Reconverted to Cruiser between 1923 and 1925.  Converted to Repair Ship 1939-40. Scrapped Feb 1946. DMVINDICTIVE002001  HMS Vindictive.  Designed as a Heavy Cruiser but redesigned as Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Jan 1918.  Reconverted to Cruiser between 1923 and 1925.  Converted to Repair Ship 1939-40. Scrapped Feb 1946. DMVINDICTIVE003001  HMS Vindictive.  Designed as a Heavy Cruiser but redesigned as Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Jan 1918.  Reconverted to Cruiser between 1923 and 1925.  Converted to Repair Ship 1939-40. Scrapped Feb 1946.
DMVINDICTIVE004001  HMS Vindictive.  Designed as a Heavy Cruiser but redesigned as Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Jan 1918.  Reconverted to Cruiser between 1923 and 1925.  Converted to Repair Ship 1939-40. Scrapped Feb 1946. DMVINDICTIVE005001  HMS Vindictive.  Designed as a Heavy Cruiser but redesigned as Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Jan 1918.  Reconverted to Cruiser between 1923 and 1925.  Converted to Repair Ship 1939-40. Scrapped Feb 1946. DMVINDICTIVE006001  HMS Vindictive.  Designed as a Heavy Cruiser but redesigned as Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Jan 1918.  Reconverted to Cruiser between 1923 and 1925.  Converted to Repair Ship 1939-40. Scrapped Feb 1946. DMVINDICTIVE007001  HMS Vindictive.  Designed as a Heavy Cruiser but redesigned as Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Jan 1918.  Reconverted to Cruiser between 1923 and 1925.  Converted to Repair Ship 1939-40. Scrapped Feb 1946.
DMVIOLET001001  HMS Violet.  K35.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by W. Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Sep 1939.  Laid down 21 Mar 1940.  Launched	30 Dec 1940.  Commissioned 3 Feb 1941. Sold out of service 17 May 1947.  October 1970, broken up at Bilbao in Spain. DMVIRAGO001001  HMS Virago.  R75/F76.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 16 Feb 1942.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952 and renumbered F76.  Scrapped in 1972.  Shown as built. DMVIRAGO002001  HMS Virago.  R75/F76.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 16 Feb 1942.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952 and renumbered F76.  Scrapped in 1972.  Shown as built. DMVIRAGO003001  HMS Virago.  R75/F76.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 16 Feb 1942.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952 and renumbered F76.  Scrapped in 1972.  Shown as built.
DMVIRAGO004001  HMS Virago.  R75/F76.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 16 Feb 1942.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952 and renumbered F76.  Scrapped in 1972.  Shown as built. DMVIRAGO006001  HMS Virago.  R75/F76.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 16 Feb 1942.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952 and renumbered F76.  Scrapped in 1972.  Shown after conversion. DMVIRAGO007001  HMS Virago.  R75/F76.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 16 Feb 1942.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952 and renumbered F76.  Scrapped in 1972.  Shown after conversion. DMVIRAGO008001  HMS Virago.  R75/F76.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 16 Feb 1942.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 5 Nov 1943.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1951-1952 and renumbered F76.  Scrapped in 1972.  Shown after conversion.
DMVISCOUNT001001  HMS Viscount.  D92/I92.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Dec 1916.  Launched 29 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 4 Mar 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1941 and renumbered I92.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 March 1945. Scrapped on 27 May 1947. DMVISCOUNT002001  HMS Viscount.  D92/I92.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Dec 1916.  Launched 29 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 4 Mar 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1941 and renumbered I92.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 March 1945. Scrapped on 27 May 1947. DMVISCOUNT003001  HMS Viscount.  D92/I92.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Dec 1916.  Launched 29 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 4 Mar 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1941 and renumbered I92.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 March 1945. Scrapped on 27 May 1947. DMVISCOUNT004001  HMS Viscount.  D92/I92.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Dec 1916.  Launched 29 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 4 Mar 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1941 and renumbered I92.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 March 1945. Scrapped on 27 May 1947.
DMVISCOUNT005001  HMS Viscount.  D92/I92.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Dec 1916.  Launched 29 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 4 Mar 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1941 and renumbered I92.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 March 1945. Scrapped on 27 May 1947. DMVISCOUNT006001  HMS Viscount.  D92/I92.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Dec 1916.  Launched 29 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 4 Mar 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1941 and renumbered I92.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 March 1945. Scrapped on 27 May 1947. DMVISCOUNT007001  HMS Viscount.  D92/I92.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Dec 1916.  Launched 29 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 4 Mar 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1941 and renumbered I92.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 March 1945. Scrapped on 27 May 1947. DMVISCOUNT008001  HMS Viscount.  D92/I92.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down 20 Dec 1916.  Launched 29 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 4 Mar 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in December 1941 and renumbered I92.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 March 1945. Scrapped on 27 May 1947.
DMVITA001001  HMHS Vita.  Hospital Ship.  No further data. DMVIVACIOUS001001  HMS Vivacious.  D36.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Jul 1916.  Launched 3 Nov 1917.  Commissioned 29 Dec 1917.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVIVACIOUS002001  HMS Vivacious.  D36.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Jul 1916.  Launched 3 Nov 1917.  Commissioned 29 Dec 1917.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMVIVACIOUS003001  HMS Vivacious.  D36.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Jul 1916.  Launched 3 Nov 1917.  Commissioned 29 Dec 1917.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 4 March 1947.
DMVIVIEN001001  HMS Vivien.  G39/L33.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Jul 1916.  Launched 16 Feb 1918.  Commissioned 28 May 1918.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 25 October 1939 and Pennant number changed from G39 to L33.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 February 1947. DMVIVIEN002001  HMS Vivien.  G39/L33.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Jul 1916.  Launched 16 Feb 1918.  Commissioned 28 May 1918.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 25 October 1939 and Pennant number changed from G39 to L33.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 February 1947. DMVIVIEN003001  HMS Vivien.  G39/L33.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jun 1916.  Laid down Jul 1916.  Launched 16 Feb 1918.  Commissioned 28 May 1918.  Reconstruction to Fast Escort at Chatham Dockyard completed on 25 October 1939 and Pennant number changed from G39 to L33.    Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 February 1947. DMVOLAGE001001  HMS Volage.  R41/D41/F41.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 15 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 26 May 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F41.  Scrapped in 1965.  Shown as built.
DMVOLAGE002001  HMS Volage.  R41/D41/F41.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 15 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 26 May 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F41.  Scrapped in 1965. Shown as built. DMVOLAGE003001  HMS Volage.  R41/D41/F41.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 15 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 26 May 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F41.  Scrapped in 1965. Shown as built. DMVOLAGE004001  HMS Volage.  R41/D41/F41.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 15 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 26 May 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F41.  Scrapped in 1965. Shown as built. DMVOLAGE005001  HMS Volage.  R41/D41/F41.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 15 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 26 May 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F41.  Scrapped in 1965. Shown as built.
DMVOLAGE006001  HMS Volage.  R41/D41/F41.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 15 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 26 May 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F41.  Scrapped in 1965. Shown as built. DMVOLAGE008001  HMS Volage.  R41/D41/F41.  Destroyer of the V class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Sep 1941.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 15 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 26 May 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F41.  Scrapped in 1965. Shown aftyer conversion. DMVOLUNTEER001001  HMS Volunteer.  D71/I71.  Admiralty Modified 'W' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1919.  Assisted in sinking of U-587 March 1942.  Reconstructed as Long range escort Jan 1943 and renumbered I71.    Sold fo breaking March 1947. DMVOLUNTEER002001  HMS Volunteer.  D71/I71.  Admiralty Modified 'W' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1919.  Assisted in sinking of U-587 March 1942.  Reconstructed as Long range escort Jan 1943 and renumbered I71.    Sold fo breaking March 1947.
DMVOLUNTEER003001  HMS Volunteer.  D71/I71.  Admiralty Modified 'W' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1919.  Assisted in sinking of U-587 March 1942.  Reconstructed as Long range escort Jan 1943 and renumbered I71.    Sold fo breaking March 1947. DMVORTIGERN001001  HMS Vortigern.  G03/D37.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct  1917.  Torpedoed and sunk off Cromer by German E-Boat S-104 March 1942. DMVORTIGERN002001  HMS Vortigern.  G03/D37.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct  1917.  Torpedoed and sunk off Cromer by German E-Boat S-104 March 1942. DMVORTIGERN003001  HMS Vortigern.  G03/D37.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct  1917.  Torpedoed and sunk off Cromer by German E-Boat S-104 March 1942.
DMVORTIGERN004001  HMS Vortigern.  G03/D37.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct  1917.  Torpedoed and sunk off Cromer by German E-Boat S-104 March 1942. DMVORTIGERN005001  HMS Vortigern.  G03/D37.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct  1917.  Torpedoed and sunk off Cromer by German E-Boat S-104 March 1942. DMVORTIGERN006001  HMS Vortigern.  G03/D37.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct  1917.  Torpedoed and sunk off Cromer by German E-Boat S-104 March 1942. DMVORTIGERN007001  HMS Vortigern.  G03/D37.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct  1917.  Torpedoed and sunk off Cromer by German E-Boat S-104 March 1942.
DMVOYAGER001001  HMAS Voyager.  D31.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Dec 1916.  Laid down 17 May 1917.  Launched 8 May 1918.  Commissioned 11 Oct 1933.  Scuttled off Timor 25 Sept 1942 after being damaged by a Japanese air attack.  She was landing a Dutch / Australian guerilla force at the time of her loss. DMVULCAN001001  HMS Vulcan.  Various Duty Trawler.  Built 1933.  Purchased and converted 1936. Shown acting as a Depot Ship for Coastal Craft at Malta. DMVULCAN002001  HMS Vulcan.  Various Duty Trawler.  Built 1933.  Purchased and converted 1936. Shown acting as a Depot Ship for Coastal Craft at Malta. DMVULCAN003001  HMS Vulcan.  Various Duty Trawler.  Built 1933.  Purchased and converted 1936. Shown acting as a Depot Ship for Coastal Craft at Malta.
DMVULCAN004001  HMS Vulcan.  Various Duty Trawler.  Built 1933.  Purchased and converted 1936. DMWAGER001001  HMS Wager.  R98.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down 20 Nov 1942.  Launched 1 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 14 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Yugoslavia in 1956 being renamed Pula. DMWAKEFUL001001  HMS Wakeful.  R59/F159.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down	3 Jun 1942.  Launched 30 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F159.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in July 1971.   Shown as built. DMWAKEFUL002001  HMS Wakeful.  R59/F159.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down	3 Jun 1942.  Launched 30 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F159.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in July 1971.   Shown as built.
DMWAKEFUL003001  HMS Wakeful.  H88.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Dec 1916.  Laid down 17 Jan 1917.   Launched 6 Oct 1917.  Commissioned 16 Nov 1917.  On 29 May 1940 she was torpedoed and sunk by German motor torpedo boat S-30 while participating in the evacuation of French, English, and Belgian troops off Dunkirk. DMWAKEFUL004001  HMS Wakeful.  H88.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Dec 1916.  Laid down 17 Jan 1917.   Launched 6 Oct 1917.  Commissioned 16 Nov 1917.  On 29 May 1940 she was torpedoed and sunk by German motor torpedo boat S-30 while participating in the evacuation of French, English, and Belgian troops off Dunkirk. DMWAKEFUL005001  HMS Wakeful.  H88.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Dec 1916.  Laid down 17 Jan 1917.   Launched 6 Oct 1917.  Commissioned 16 Nov 1917.  On 29 May 1940 she was torpedoed and sunk by German motor torpedo boat S-30 while participating in the evacuation of French, English, and Belgian troops off Dunkirk. DMWAKEFUL006001  HMS Wakeful.  R59/F159.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down	3 Jun 1942.  Launched 30 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F159.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in July 1971.  Shown after conversion.
DMWAKEFUL007001  HMS Wakeful.  R59/F159.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down	3 Jun 1942.  Launched 30 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F159.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in July 1971.   Shown after conversion. DMWAKEFUL008001  HMS Wakeful.  R59/F159.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down	3 Jun 1942.  Launched 30 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F159.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in July 1971.   Shown after conversion. DMWAKEFUL009001  HMS Wakeful.  R59/F159.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down	3 Jun 1942.  Launched 30 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F159.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in July 1971.   Shown after conversion. DMWAKEFUL010001  HMS Wakeful.  R59/F159.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down	3 Jun 1942.  Launched 30 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F159.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in July 1971.   Shown after conversion.
DMWAKEFUL012001  HMS Wakeful.  R59/F159.  Destroyer of the W class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Dec 1941.  Laid down	3 Jun 1942.  Launched 30 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Feb 1944.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1952-1953 and renumbered F159.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in July 1971.  Shown as built. DMWALKER001001  HMS Walker.  D27.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1917.  Sunk U-99 SE of Iceland and assisted in sinking of U-100, March 1941.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort  May 1943.  Sold for breaking March 1945. DMWALKER002001  HMS Walker.  D27.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1917.  Sunk U-99 SE of Iceland and assisted in sinking of U-100, March 1941.  Reconstructed as Long Range Escort  May 1943.  Sold for breaking March 1945. DMWALLACE001001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later.
DMWALLACE002001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later. DMWALLACE003001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later. DMWALLACE004001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later. DMWALLACE005001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later.
DMWALLACE006001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later. DMWALLACE007001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later. DMWALLACE008001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later. DMWALLACE009001  HMS Wallace.  U64/L64.  Shakespeare Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1918.  Reconstructed as Fast Escort June 1939.  Collided with HMS Ferndale off the Humber March 1945.  Sold for breaking 4 days later.
DMWALLFLOWER001001  HMS Wallflower.  K44.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 23 Jul 1940.  Launched 14 Nov 1940.  Commissioned 7 Mar 1941.  Sold on 29 July 1946.  Refitted as bouy-boat for Spermacet Whalingin 1949 and renamed Asbjrrn Larsen.  Sold to Kosmos 1951 and refitted to whaler in Kiel during summer 1951.  Laid up during 1952/1953, but later in went back in service.  Last season as whaler was 1965/1966.  Laid up in Sandefjord in October 1966.  Later sold to shipbreakers in Grimstad. DMWALPOLE001001  HMS Walpole.  D41/I41.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1918.  Heavily damaged by a mine off Flushing Jan 1945.  Declared total loss and sold for scrap Feb 1945. DMWALPOLE002001  HMS Walpole.  D41/I41.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1918.  Heavily damaged by a mine off Flushing Jan 1945.  Declared total loss and sold for scrap Feb 1945. DMWALPOLE003001  HMS Walpole.  D41/I41.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1918.  Heavily damaged by a mine off Flushing Jan 1945.  Declared total loss and sold for scrap Feb 1945.
DMWALPOLE004001  HMS Walpole.  D41/I41.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Feb 1918.  Heavily damaged by a mine off Flushing Jan 1945.  Declared total loss and sold for scrap Feb 1945. DMWANDERER001001  HMS Wanderer.  D74.  Admiralty Modified W Class Destroyer.  Launched May 1919.  Assisted in sinking of U-147 Jun 1941, U-401 Aug 1941, U-523 Aug 1943, U-377 Jan 1944 and U-390 July 1944.  Sold for scrap Jan 1946. DMWANDERER002001  HMS Wanderer.  D74.  Admiralty Modified W Class Destroyer.  Launched May 1919.  Assisted in sinking of U-147 Jun 1941, U-401 Aug 1941, U-523 Aug 1943, U-377 Jan 1944 and U-390 July 1944.  Sold for scrap Jan 1946. DMWANDERER003001  HMS Wanderer.  D74.  Admiralty Modified W Class Destroyer.  Launched May 1919.  Assisted in sinking of U-147 Jun 1941, U-401 Aug 1941, U-523 Aug 1943, U-377 Jan 1944 and U-390 July 1944.  Sold for scrap Jan 1946.
DMWANDERER004001  HMS Wanderer.  D74.  Admiralty Modified W Class Destroyer.  Launched May 1919.  Assisted in sinking of U-147 Jun 1941, U-401 Aug 1941, U-523 Aug 1943, U-377 Jan 1944 and U-390 July 1944.  Sold for scrap Jan 1946. DMWARSPITE001001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE002001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE003001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946.
DMWARSPITE004001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE005001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE006001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE007001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946.
DMWARSPITE008001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE009001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE010001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE011001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946.
DMWARSPITE012001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE013001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE014001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE015001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946.
DMWARSPITE016001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE017001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARSPITE018001  HMS Warspite.  Pennant No. 03.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched Nov 1914.  Served throughout both World Wars.  Took part at Jutland June 1916.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Feb 1945. Sold for breaking July 1946. DMWARWICK001001  HMS Warwick.  D25.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1917.  Reconstructed to Long Range Escort May 1943.  Torpedoed and sunk by U-413 off Trevose Head Feb 1944.
DMWARWICK002001  HMS Warwick.  D25.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1917.  Reconstructed to Long Range Escort May 1943.  Torpedoed and sunk by U-413 off Trevose Head Feb 1944. DMWASTWATER001001  HMS Wastwater.  FY239.  Anti Submarine Warfare Whaler of the Lake class.  Former names:  HMS Grassmere,  KOS XXVIII.  Built by	Smith's Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Laid down 7 Jul 1939.  Launched 31 Aug 1939.  Commissioned 7 Nov 1939.  Sold in May 1946. DMWASTWATER002001  HMS Wastwater.  FY239.  Anti Submarine Warfare Whaler of the Lake class.  Former names:  HMS Grassmere,  KOS XXVIII.  Built by	Smith's Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Laid down 7 Jul 1939.  Launched 31 Aug 1939.  Commissioned 7 Nov 1939.  Sold in May 1946. DMWATCHMAN001001  HMS Watchman.  D26.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Dec 1916.  Laid down 17 Jan 1917. Launched 2 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 26 Jan 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in August 1943.  Scrapped in July 1945.
DMWATCHMAN002001  HMS Watchman.  D26.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Dec 1916.  Laid down 17 Jan 1917. Launched 2 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 26 Jan 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in August 1943.  Scrapped in July 1945. DMWATCHMAN003001  HMS Watchman.  D26.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Dec 1916.  Laid down 17 Jan 1917. Launched 2 Dec 1917.  Commissioned 26 Jan 1918.  Reconstruction to Long Range Escort finished in August 1943.  Scrapped in July 1945. DMWATERHEN001001  HMAS Waterhen.  D22.  Destroyer of the Admiralty V & W class.  Built by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd (Jarrow-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Dec 1916.  Laid down 3 Jul 1917.  Launched 26 Mar 1918.  Commissioned 11 Oct 1933. Attacked by Italo-German dive bombers about 50 nautical miles north-west of Sidi Barani, Egypt on 29 June 1941. She was taken in tow by HMS Defender but rolled over and sank the next day. DMWATERWITCH001001  HMS Waterwitch.  J304.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 1 Jan 1942.  Laid down 15 Aug 1942.  Launched 22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned  6 Sep 1943.
DMWATERWITCH002001  HMS Waterwitch.  J304.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 1 Jan 1942.  Laid down 15 Aug 1942.  Launched 22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned  6 Sep 1943. DMWAVE001001  HMS Wave.  J385.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Dec 1942.  Laid down 17 Mar 1944.  Launched 18 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 14 Nov 1944.  Scrapped 4 April 1962. DMWAVENEY001001  HMS Waveney.  K248.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered	8 May 1941.  Laid down 8 Oct 1941.  Launched 30 Apr 1942.  Commissioned	16 Sep 1942.  Scrapped in December 1957. DMWAYLAND001001  HMS Wayland.  F137.  Repair Ship.  Built by Vickers Ltd. (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Launched 11 Mar 1921.  Commissioned 1944.  In Oct 1940 the passenger ship Antonia of the Cunard White Star Ltd., Liverpool was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to an armed merchant cruiser. This conversion was completed in March 1941. On 24 March 1942 she was sold to the Admiralty and conversion to a repair ship began. This conversion was finished in 1944 and the ship was renamed HMS Wayland. Wayland was scrapped at Troon, Scotland in 1948.
DMWEAR001001  HMS Wear.  K230.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 8 May 1941.  Laid down 16 Oct 1941.  Launched 1 Jun 1942.  Commissioned	24 Oct 1942.  Scrapped on 29 October 1957. DMWEAR002001  HMS Wear.  K230.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 8 May 1941.  Laid down 16 Oct 1941.  Launched 1 Jun 1942.  Commissioned	24 Oct 1942.  Scrapped on 29 October 1957. DMWELBECK001001  HMS Welbeck.  FY1609.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 7 Jun 1917.  Commissioned 1941.  Completed on 1 October 1917.  Taken over by the Admiralty in 1941.  Returned to her owner in January 1946.  Scrapped at Antwerp, Belgium in November 1951. DMWELCOME001001  HMS Welcome.  J386.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by	Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Dec 1942.  Laid down 3 May 1944.  Launched 14 Nov 1944.  Commissioned	20 Jan 1945.  Scrapped 3 May 1962.
DMWELCOME002001  HMS Welcome.  J386.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by	Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Dec 1942.  Laid down 3 May 1944.  Launched 14 Nov 1944.  Commissioned	20 Jan 1945.  Scrapped 3 May 1962. DMWELFARE001001  HMS Welfare.  J356/M356.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched July 1943 as AM 339.   Scrapped Nov 1957. DMWELLINGTON001001  HMS Wellington.  L65/U65.  Sloop of the Grimsby class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 1 May 1933.  Laid down 25 Sep 1933.  Launched 29 May 1934.  Commissioned	24 Jan 1935.  Sold 6 February 1947. DMWELLS001001  HMS Wells.  I95.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Charleston Navy Yard (Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A.).  Laid down 29 Jul 1918.  Launched 7 Jul 1919.  Commissioned 26 Nov 1940.  24 Jul 1945.
DMWELLS002001  HMS Wells.  I95.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Charleston Navy Yard (Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A.).  Laid down 29 Jul 1918.  Launched 7 Jul 1919.  Commissioned 26 Nov 1940.  24 Jul 1945. DMWELSHMAN001001  HMS Welshman.  M84.  Minelayer of the Abdiel class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Mar 1939.  Laid down	8 Jun 1939.  Launched 4 Sep 1940.  Commissioned	25 Aug 1941.  Sunk on 1 Feb 1943 by U-617. DMWENSLEYDALE001001  HMS Wensleydale.  L86.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by	Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 28 Jul 1941.  Launched 20 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 30 Oct 1942.  Heavily damaged off Southend in a collision with the British landing ship HMS LST-367 on 21 November 1944.  Decommissioned to reserve on 17 December 1944. Not repaired.  Scrapped at Blyth on 15 February 1946.