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DMADHERENT001001  HM Tug Adherent. Rescue tug. No information available. DMADVICE001001  HMS Advice. W24. Tug of the Dromedary class. Built by London & Glasgow Eng. & Iron Shipbuilding Co.   Launched 2 Oct 1899. Scrapped at Cork, Ireland in October 1950. DMAID001001  HM Tug Aid towing HMS Unicorn. DMAIRSPRITE001001  RFA Airsprite. A115.  Sprite-class spirits tanker.Laid up in reserve at Devonport in October 1963, and put up for disposal in January 1965.
DMALLIGATOR001001  HM Tug Alligator. Built 1941. No information. DMANCIENT001001  HMT Ancient. Paddle Tug. DMANCIENT002001  HMT Ancient. Paddle Tug. DMANTIC001001  HM Tug Antic. No information available.
DMAPPLELEAF001001  RFA Appleleaf was a Leaf-class tanker launched in 1916 as RFA Texol, renamed RFA Appleleaf in 1917 and broken up in 1947 DMARNDALE001001  RFA Arndale. A133.  Dale-class fleet tanker. Originally one of six ships ordered by the British Tanker Co which were purchased on the stocks by the Admiralty. Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Laid down January 1937.  Launched 5 August 1937. Commissioned 28 September 1937. She was decommissioned on 12 August 1959 and was laid up at Rosyth. Scrapped 12 April 1960. DMASSIDUOUS001001  HMRT Assiduous. Assurance Class Admiralty Rescue Tug. Completed 1943. Sold to G H Pounds September 1958. Re-named Irving Tamerack. DMATLAS001001  Atlas. Admiralty Tug. Believed to have been Devonport based.
DMBACCHUS001001  RFA Bacchus. A103. Naval Stores Carrier. Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company, Dundee.  Ordered 17 December 1935. Laid down 14 February 1936. Launched 15 June 1936. Commissioned 20 September 1936. Decommissioned 13 April 1962. Scrapped 1964. DMBACCHUS002001  RFA Bacchus. A103. Naval Stores Carrier. Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company, Dundee.  Ordered 17 December 1935. Laid down 14 February 1936. Launched 15 June 1936. Commissioned 20 September 1936. Decommissioned 13 April 1962. Scrapped 1964. DMBALLISTA001001  PAS Ballista. Weapon Class Naval Armaments Carrier. DMBANDIT001001  HMS Bandit. W69. Rescue Tug of the Brigand class. Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland). Launched 15 Feb 1938. Commissioned May 1938. Bandit was based in Simonstown, South Africa during the war years. In 1947 she was renamed Briton. From 15 June until 29 June 1948 Briton was docked for the last time in the Selborne dry dock at Simonstown prior to her return to the U.K. In 1960 Briton was sold to commercial use.
DMBANDIT002001  HMS Bandit. W69. Rescue Tug of the Brigand class. Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland). Launched 15 Feb 1938. Commissioned May 1938. Bandit was based in Simonstown, South Africa during the war years. In 1947 she was renamed Briton. From 15 June until 29 June 1948 Briton was docked for the last time in the Selborne dry dock at Simonstown prior to her return to the U.K. In 1960 Briton was sold to commercial use. DMBARBASTEL001001  HMS Barbastel. Z276/P276.  Boom defence vessel of the Bar class. Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.). Laid down 10 May 1944. Launched 26 Jul 1945. Commissioned 2 Nov 1945. Sold in 1964. DMBARBERRY001001  HMS Barberry. Z257/P257. Boom defence vessel of the Bar class. Laid down 2 Jun 1942. Launched 11 Feb 1943. Commissioned 9 Apr 1943. DMBARBROOK001001  HMS Barbrook. Z03/P03.  Bar Class Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.). Laid down 20 Dec 1937. Launched 28 May 1938. Commissioned 15 Sep 1938.
DMBARCOCK001001  HMS Barcock. Z177/177. Boom defence vessel of the Bar class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.). Laid down 3 Mar 1941. Launched 3 Sep 1941. Commissioned 20 Dec 1941. DMBARCOMBE001001  HMS Barcombe. Z16/P16  Bar class Boom Defence Vessel. Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.). Laid down 29 Oct 1937. Launched 28 Jul 1938. Commissioned 8 Feb 1939. DMBARCROFT001001  HMS Barcroft. Z22/P22.  Bar class Boom Defence Vesse;l. Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. Laid down 29 Oct 1937. Launched 24 Sep 1938. Commissioned 19 Apr 1939. DMBARDOLF001001  HMS Bardolf. Z171/P171.  Bar class Boom Defence Vessel. Built by	Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. Laid down 16 Jul 1941. Launched 14 Apr 1942. Commissioned 24 Jul 1942.
DMBARFLAKE001001  HMS Barflake. Z184/P184. Bar class Boom Defence Vessel.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd.  Laid down 1 Jun 1941. Launched 18 Apr 1942. Commissioned 23 Sep 1942. Lost 22 Nov 1943,  mined and sunk off Naples, Italy on 22 November 1943. DMBARFOSS001001  HMS Barfoss. Z200/P200.   Bar class  Boom defence vessel. Built by W. Simons & Co. Ltd. Laid down 16 Jul 1941. Launched 17 Feb 1942. Commissioned 11 Mar 1942. DMBARGLOW001001  HMS Barglow. Z205/P205.  Bar class Boom defence vessel. Built by	J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland). Laid down 28 Apr 1942. Launched 10 Nov 1942. Commissioned	8 Apr 1943. DMBARHILL001001  HMS Barhill. Z225/P225.  Bar class Boom defence vessel. Built by Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. Laid down 23 Apr 1942. Launched 26 Nov 1942. Commissioned 16 Feb 1943.
DMBARITONE001001  HMS Baritone. Z271/271.   Bar class  Boom defence vessel. Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. Laid down 24 Feb 1944. Launched 3 Mar 1945. Commissioned 2 Jul 1945. DMBARKIS001001  HMS Barkis. Z277/P277.   Bar class  Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. Laid down 12 Jul 1944. Launched 29 Mar 1945. Commissioned 21 Jun 1945. DMBARNABY001001  HMS Barnaby. Z237/P237.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by W. Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland). Laid down 2 Jul 1942. Launched 8 Mar 1943. Commissioned 7 May 1943. DMBARNARD001001  HMS Barnard. Z241/P241.   Bar class Boom defence vessel. Built byn J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland). Laid down 30 Dec 1941. Launched 14 Aug 1942.  Commissioned 18 Dec 1942.
DMBARNDALE001001  HMS Barndale. Z92/P92.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland). Laid down 10 Jul 1939. Launched 30 Nov 1939. Commissioned 23 Mar 1940. DMBARNEATH001001  HMS Barneath. Z245/P245.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland). Laid down 1 Mar 1942. Launched	27 Aug 1942. Commissioned 4 Feb 1943. DMBARNEHURST001001  HMS Barnehurst. Z84/P84.    Bar class Boom defence vessel.   Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. Laid down 7 Jun 1939. Launched 21 Oct 1939. Commissioned 21 Feb 1940. DMBARNSTONE001001  HMS Barnstone. Z37/P37.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. Laid down 3 Jul 1939. Launched 25 Nov 1939. Commissioned 9 Apr 1940. End service 15 Sep 1966.
DMBAROVA001001  HMS Barova.  Z94/P94.   Bar class  Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Charles Hill & Sons (Bristol, U.K.). Laid down 3 Sep 1940. Launched 5 Jul 1941. Commissioned	 29 Sep 1941. Arrived at Rotterdam, Netherlands to be broken up on 19 August 1964. DMBARRAGE001001  HMS Barrage.  Z54/P54.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. Launched 2 Dec 1937. DMBARRAGE002001  HMS Barrage.  Z54/P54.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. Launched 2 Dec 1937. DMBARRAGE003001  HMS Barrage.  Z54/P54.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. Launched 2 Dec 1937.
DMBARRAGE004001  HMS Barrage.  Z54/P54.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. Launched 2 Dec 1937. DMBARRICADE001001  HMS Barricade. Z83/P83.  Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by	Charles Hill & Sons (Bristol, U.K.).  Laid down 10 Jun 1937. Launched 7 Feb 1938. Commissioned 24 Jun 1938. DMBARSPEAR001001  HMS Barspear. Z224/P224.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland). Laid down 27 Aug 1942. Launched 25 Mar 1943. Commissioned	8 Jun 1943. DMBARWIND001001  HMS Barwind. Z58/P58.   Bar class Boom defence vessel.  Built by Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. Laid down 17 Jan 1942. Launched 22 Sep 1942. Commissioned 17 Dec 1942.
DMBEDENHAM001001  RFA Bedenham.  Y9.  Armament Stores Carrier.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding & Engineering Co Ltd, Troon.  Launched 26 September 1938. Into Service  December 1938. Out of service 27 April 1951 after explosion in Gibraltar in which the ship was torn apart. Scrapped. DMBELGOL001001  RFA Belgol. X06/X106/A106.  Belgol Class Tanker.  Built by Irvine, Middleton, West Hartlepool. Launched 23 April 1917.  Into Service October 1917.  Out of service 1958.   Broken up DMBEMBRIDGE001001  RMAS Bembridge.  A101.  Aberdovery Class Fleet Tender. DMBERN001001  RMAS Bern.  Ex Isles Class Trawler. Converted to Tank Cleaning Vessel 1951. Fate unknown.
DMBERN002001  RMAS Bern.  Ex Isles Class Trawler. Converted to Tank Cleaning Vessel 1951. Fate unknown. DMBERN003001  RMAS Bern.  Ex Isles Class Trawler. Converted to Tank Cleaning Vessel 1951. Fate unknown. DMBIRCHOL001001  RFA Birchol. A127.  Royal Fleet Auxiliary Tanker. Ran aground 28th Nov 1939 off South Uist and was wrecked. DMBISHOPDALE001001  RFA Bishopdale. A128.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Ordered 1936.  Built by Lithgows.  Launched 31 March 1937.  Commissioned 6 June 1937.  Decommissioned 8 October 1959.  Arrived at Bilbao for scrapping on 17 February 1970.
DMBLACKRANGER001001  RFA Black Ranger.  A163.   Ranger Class Fleet Support Tanker. Builder Harland and Wolff.  Ordered 28 August 1939.  Laid downn 12 October 1939.  Launched	22 August 1940.  Commissioned 27 January 1941.  Decommissioned April 1973.  Struck off Navy List 1975. Sold commercially in July 1973 and renamed Petrola XIV DMBLACKRANGER002001  RFA Black Ranger.  A163.   Ranger Class Fleet Support Tanker. Builder Harland and Wolff.  Ordered 28 August 1939.  Laid downn 12 October 1939.  Launched	22 August 1940.  Commissioned 27 January 1941.  Decommissioned April 1973.  Struck off Navy List 1975. Sold commercially in July 1973 and renamed Petrola XIV DMBLUERANGER001001  RFA Blue Ranger.  A157.  Ordered 28 August 1939.  Laid down 26 October 1939.  Launched	29 January 1941.  Commissioned 5 June 1941.  Decommissioned June 1966.  Laid up at Devonport.  Struck from Navy List 1975.  Sold commercially in January 1972 and renamed Korytsa.  Arrived Alliaga for demolition, 8 September 1987. DMBLUERANGER002001  RFA Blue Ranger.  A157.  Ordered 28 August 1939.  Laid down 26 October 1939.  Launched	29 January 1941.  Commissioned 5 June 1941.  Decommissioned June 1966.  Laid up at Devonport.  Struck from Navy List 1975.  Sold commercially in January 1972 and renamed Korytsa.  Arrived Alliaga for demolition, 8 September 1987.
DMBLUERANGER003001  RFA Blue Ranger.  A157.  Ordered 28 August 1939.  Laid down 26 October 1939.  Launched	29 January 1941.  Commissioned 5 June 1941.  Decommissioned June 1966.  Laid up at Devonport.  Struck from Navy List 1975.  Sold commercially in January 1972 and renamed Korytsa.  Arrived Alliaga for demolition, 8 September 1987. DMBOARDALE001001  RFA Boardale.  Dale Class Fleet Support Tanker.  Built by Harland and Wolff.  Launched 22 April 1937.  Completed 7 June 1937.  Wrecked on 30 April 1940. DMBOMBSHELL001001  PAS Bombshell.  Minion Class Tug.  Complerted 1945.  Into reserve 1964.  Sold to Panamanian company Jan 1972. In service in Holland 1985. DMBOWSTRING001001  PAS Bowstring.  Coastal Armament Carrier.  Broken up 1985.
DMBOXOL001001  RFA Boxol.  Royal Fleet Auxiliary Tanker. DMBRAMBLELEAF001001  RFA Brambleleaf.  A81.  Leaf Class Fleet Support Tanker.  Built by 	Furness Shipbuilding Co., Stockton-on-Tees, England.  Launched 16 April 1953 as London Loyalty.  Commissioned 22 May 1959 and renamed Brambleleaf.  Decommissioned and returned to her owners in March 1972 & name changed to Mayfair Loyalty.  Renamed London Loyalty (1954-53), Mayfair Loyalty (1972-76).  Scrapped in February 1976. DMBRIGAND001001  HM Tug Brigand.  W83.  Brigand Class Rescue Tug.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 8 Jul 1937.  Commissioned Jan 1938.  Sold and scrapped in Italy on 23 September 1960. DMBRIGAND002001  HM Tug Brigand.  W83.  Brigand Class Rescue Tug.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 8 Jul 1937.  Commissioned Jan 1938.  Sold and scrapped in Italy on 23 September 1960.
DMBRITANNIC001001  HMS Britannic. N 15. Formerly HMS Miner V.  Controlled Minelayer . Launched Nov 1940. Converted to Cable Lighter and renamed HMS Britannic 1960. DMBRITANNIC002001  HMS Britannic. N 15. Formerly HMS Miner V.  Controlled Minelayer . Launched Nov 1940. Converted to Cable Lighter and renamed HMS Britannic 1960. DMBRITANNIC003001  HMS Britannic. N 15. Formerly HMS Miner V.  Controlled Minelayer . Launched Nov 1940. Converted to Cable Lighter and renamed HMS Britannic 1960. DMBROOMDALE001001  RFA Broomdale.  A168.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Ordered: 1936.  Builder: Harland and Wolff, Govan.  Laid down: January 1937.  Launched: 2 September 1937.  Commissioned: 3 November 1937.   Decommissioned: 12 April 1959.  Arrived at Bruges for scrapping on 2 January 1960.
DMBROWNRANGER002001  RFA Brown Ranger.  A169.  Ordered: 28 August 1939.  Laid down: 28 October 1939.  Launched: 12 December 1940.  Commissioned:	10 April 1941.  Decommissioned: November 1974.  Laid up at Devonport.  Struck: 1975.  Sold for scrap 28 May 1975. DMBROWNRANGER003001  RFA Brown Ranger.  A169.  Ordered: 28 August 1939.  Laid down: 28 October 1939.  Launched: 12 December 1940.  Commissioned:	10 April 1941.  Decommissioned: November 1974.  Laid up at Devonport.  Struck: 1975.  Sold for scrap 28 May 1975. DMBROWNRANGER004001  RFA Brown Ranger.  A169.  Ordered: 28 August 1939.  Laid down: 28 October 1939.  Launched: 12 December 1940.  Commissioned:	10 April 1941.  Decommissioned: November 1974.  Laid up at Devonport.  Struck: 1975.  Sold for scrap 28 May 1975. DMBROWNRANGER005001  RFA Brown Ranger.  A169.  Ordered: 28 August 1939.  Laid down: 28 October 1939.  Launched: 12 December 1940.  Commissioned:	10 April 1941.  Decommissioned: November 1974.  Laid up at Devonport.  Struck: 1975.  Sold for scrap 28 May 1975.
DMBURGONET001001  HMS Burgonet.  Z33/P33.  Net Class Boom Defence Vessel.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Laid down 9 Nov 1938.  Launched 14 Mar 1939.  Commissioned 5 Jul 1939. DMC2VIGILANT001001  C 2. Vigilant.  Paddle Tug. Based at Portsmouth until 1940. DMC108(FLAMER)001001  C 108/ YC298. Flamer.  Harbour Tug. Built by Scott Bowling 1915. Based at Sheerness until 1944. Became YC298 1943. Sold for scrap June 1948. DMC307001001  C 307.  Harbour Tug employed by Naval Stores Department.  Built at Portsmouth 1932. Broken for scrap September 1958.
DMCAMEL001001  HMS Camel. W38.  Paddle Tug of the Robust class.  Built by Bow McLachlan & Co. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 19 Oct 1914.  Fate unknown. DMCANNON001001  PAS Cannon.  Weapons Class Tug. Built by A Hall, Aberdeen, 1944.   Based at Chatham until sold for scrap 1971. DMCAPABLE001001  HMS Capable.  W171/A508.  Nimble Class Tug.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson. Initially RN manned then transferred to RMAS. DMCAPABLE002001  HMS Capable.  W171/A508.  Nimble Class Tug.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson. Initially RN manned then transferred to RMAS.
DMCAPABLE003001  HMS Capable.  W171/A508.  Nimble Class Tug.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson. Initially RN manned then transferred to RMAS. DMCAPABLE004001  HMS Capable.  W171/A508.  Nimble Class Tug.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson. Initially RN manned then transferred to RMAS. DMCAPABLE005001  HMS Capable.  W171/A508.  Nimble Class Tug.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson. Initially RN manned then transferred to RMAS.  Sold for scrap 18 July 1973. DMCARBON001001  HMS Carbon./C150.  Tug.  Built 1896.  Purchased 1900.  Based at Portland.  Sold 7 Sept. 1946.
DMCAREFUL001001  HMS Careful.  W172/A293.  Nimble Class Deep Sea Tug.  Originally manned by RN and later by RMAS.  Sold for scrap Dec 1973. DMCAROLINEMOLLER001001  HMS Caroline Moller.  W09.  Originally named St Mabyn.  Built 1919.  Laid up 3 Apr 1926. Sols and renamed Caroline Moller.  Recalled for War Service.  Torpedoed by EBoat  7 Oct 1942. DMCAUTIOUS001001  RFA Cautious.  W73/A385.  Assurance Class Deep Sea Tug.  Built as HMS Prudent.  Built 1940.  Originally RN Manned.  Renamed Cautious 1949 and civilian manned under RFA conditions.Sold to Mr Cliff Tug Boat Co Ltd, Vancouver 13 Oct 1964 and renamed Rivtow Lion. Ultimate fate unknown. DMCEDARDALE001001  RFA Cedardale.  A380.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Builder Blythswood Shipbuilding Company Ltd.  Launched: 25 March 1939.  Commissioned: 25 May 1939. Decommissioned: 15 November 1959.  Sold for scrapping at Hong Kong on 2 February 1960.
DMCELEROL001001  RFA Celerol.    Fleet Tanker 0f the RFA.  No info. DMCELEROL002001  RFA Celerol.    Fleet Tanker 0f the RFA.  No info. DMCHAMPION001001  HMS Champion.  W35.  Rescue Tug.  Built 1939.  Requisitioned 1940.  Commissioned Jul 1940.  Returned to owners 1945. DMCHARON001001  HMS Charon.  W109.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by	Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 14 Aug 1941.  Launched 21 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 10 Jun 1942.   Renamed Alligator when she became a Dockyard Tug in 1947. Scrapped at Tipnor in January 1959.
DMCHATTENDEN001001  RFA/NAV Chattenden. Y39.   Previous name: EMPIRE CHUZZLEWIT.  Subsequent name: MARK BOWEN.  Armament Stores Carrier. Builder: Richards Ironworks Ltd, Lowestoft.  Launched: 14 Oct 1943.  Into Service: February 1944.  Out of service: December 1967.  Broken up.  One of a group of nine coasters which were not normally classed as RFA?s although some, on making deep sea passages, had a proportion of RFA Officers among their complement. They are included here as the ancestors of the more modern ammunition ships. DMCHERRYLEAF001001  RFA Cherryleaf.  X48/Y7/181/X17.  Previous name: Persol.  Subsequent name: Alan Clore.  Fast Leaf (ex TEXOL) Class Fleet Attendant Tanker.  Laid down: 1916.  Builder: Sir Raylton Dixon & Co, Middlesborough.  Launched: 9 November 1916.  Into Service: April 1917.  Out of service: 1947. Sold Commercially. DMCLOUD001001  TRV Cloud.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 11.4.18. Employed as a Torpedo recovery vessel 1941. Sold 1946. DMCLOUD002001  TRV Cloud.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 11.4.18. Employed as a Torpedo recovery vessel 1941. Sold 1946.
DMCOLDSNAP001001  HMS Coldsnap.  Admiralty Drifter.  Launched  28.1.18.  Employed on General Harbour Duties.  Sold 1945. DMCONFIANCE001001  RMAS Confiance.  A289.  Confiance Class Harbour Tug.  Built by A & J Inglis.  Completed 1956.  Sunk as target in the North Sea 25 July 1984. DMCONQUERESS001001  HMS Conqueress.  W16.  Harrbour Tug.  Built by Hepple & Co.  Completed 1913.  Purchased by Admiralty 6 October 1915.  Sold for scrap 6 May 1953. DMCRACKER001001  HMS Cracker. W19. Paddle Tug of the Dromedary class.  Built by London & Glasgow Eng. & Iron Shipbuilding Co. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched 7 Dec 1899.  Scrapped at Grays, Essex, England in 1956.
DMCRESCENTMOON001001  HMS Crescent Moon. Admiralty Drifter.   Launched 27.5.18.  Employed as a maintenance ship. Sold 1946. DMCYCLONE001001  HMS Growler/Cyclone.  W105/A111.  Rescue Tug of the Bustler class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Laid down 31 Jan 1942.  Launched 10 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 16 Mar 1943.  Chartered 1947-1952 and renamed Caroline Moller. Renamed Castle Peak 1954 and Welshman 1962.  Manned by RFA 1963 and renamed Cyclone A111.  Sold 1983 and renamed Martial. Fate unknown. DMCYCLONE002001  HMS Growler/Cyclone.  W105/A111.  Rescue Tug of the Bustler class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Laid down 31 Jan 1942.  Launched 10 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 16 Mar 1943.  Chartered 1947-1952 and renamed Caroline Moller. Renamed Castle Peak 1954 and Welshman 1962.  Manned by RFA 1963 and renamed Cyclone A111.  Sold 1983 and renamed Martial. Fate unknown. DMDEWDALE001001  RFA Dewdale.  A151.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Originally Requisitioned as a tanker but converted as a Landing Ship Gantry.  Built by Cammell Laird.  Laid down: 1939.  Launched: 1941.  Commissioned: 14 June 1941.  Reconverted to a tanker at Portsmouth March 1947, she resumed freighting duties before being sold to Netransmar Cie. SA for scrap in 1959.
DMDEWDALE002001  RFA Dewdale.  A151.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Originally Requisitioned as a tanker but converted as a Landing Ship Gantry.  Built by Cammell Laird.  Laid down: 1939.  Launched: 1941.  Commissioned: 14 June 1941.  Reconverted to a tanker at Portsmouth March 1947, she resumed freighting duties before being sold to Netransmar Cie. SA for scrap in 1959. DMDEXTEROUS001001  HMS Dexterous.  W111.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 26 Nov 1941.  Launched 3 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 14 Sep 1942.  Sold and entered mercantile service on 23 January 1947. In 1957 she was renamed Zurmand. DMDGV403001001  PAS DGV 403.  Formerly HMS MMS 1011.  FY1011.    Built as Motor minesweeper of the MMS II class.  Built by Wivenhoe Shipyard Ltd. (Wivenhoe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jan 1942.  Launched	2 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 28 Aug 1943.  Converted to De-Gaussing Vessel 1950 and numbered DGV 403.  Sold on 20 May 1968. DMDINGLEDALE001001  RFA Dingledale.  A144.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Built by Harland & Wolff, Govan.  Laid down: 11 December 1939.  Launched: 27 March 1941.  Commissioned: 10 September 1941.  Decommissioned: 10 May 1959.  Sold into civilian service on 9 December 1959 as Royaumont.  Arrived at Santander for scrapping on 23 January 1967.
DMDIRECTOR001001  HMS Director.  W137.  Rescue Tug of the Director class.  Built by camden.  Launched 28 Dec 1943.  Ex USN BATR 17. Returned to USN 23 Apr 1946. DMDISPENSER001001  HMS Dispenser.  Salvage vessel of the Dispenser class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned Oct 1943 .  No data DMDISTOL001001  RFA Distol.  Fleet Tanker of the RFA.  No data. DMDODMANPOINT001001  HMS Dodman Point.  F19.  Repair Ship of the Beachy Head class.  Built by Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).  Laid down 6 Jan 1945.  Launched 14 Apr 1945.  Commissioned 5 Oct 1945.  Fate unknown.
DMDRIVER001001  HMS Driver.  W100.  Tug of the Impetus class.  Built by Alexander Hall and Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Launched 9 Oct 1942.  Based at Rosyth under Captain of the Dockyard.  26 Sept 1949 at Gibraltar.   27 Aug 1964 sold to new owners in Sicily. DMEAGLESDALE001001  RFA Eaglesdale.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Built as Empire Metal and transferred to the Admiralty ans renamed Eaglesdale.  Built by: Furness Shipbuilding Company, Haverton Hill-on-Tees.  Launched: 18 November 1941.  Commissioned: 9 January 1942.  Decommissioned: 21 July 1958.  Scrapped 1959. DMEARNER001001  RFA Earner.  W143. Former name Earnest.  Renamed 1943.   Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by	Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 24 Mar 1943.  Launched 3 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 18 Oct 1943.  Sold and renamed Nisos Rodos in January 1965.    Former name	Earnest DMEASEDALE001001  RFA Easedale.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Built by: Furness Shipbuilding Company.  Laid down:	15 February 1941.  Launched: 18 December 1941.  Commissioned: 12 February 1942.  Decommissioned: 5 February 1959.  Arrived at Willebroek for scrapping on 7 March 1960.
DMEBONOL001001  RFA Ebonol.  Fleet Tanker.  No data. DMECHODALE001001  RFA Echodale.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Built by: Hawthorn Leslie and Company.  Laid down:	8 January 1940.  Launched: 29 November 1940.  Commissioned: 4 March 1941. Decommissioned: 12 April 1959.  Arrived at Spezia for scrapping on 20 September 1961. DMELDEROL001001  RFA Elderol.  Fleet Tanker.  No data. DMELDEROL002001  RFA Elderol.  Fleet Tanker.  No data.
DMELMOL001001  RFA Elmrol.  Fleet Tanker.  No data. DMELMOL002001  RFA Elmrol.  Fleet Tanker.  No data. DMEMERGY001001  HMS Energy.  W101.  Tug of the Impetus class.  Built by Alexander Hall and Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Launched 26 Oct 1942.  Based at Rosyth under Captain of the Dockyards Dept. Jan 1946 to Devonport.  March 1946 returned to Rosyth.  Sold to Greek Company 18 Dec 1964 and renamed 'Energia' DMEMINENT001001  HMS Eminent.  W116.  Rescue Tug of the Favourite class.  Built by	Defoe Shipbuilding Co. (Bay City, Michigan, U.S.A.).  Launched 12 Aug 1942.  Commissioned	14 Sep 1942.   Returned to the US Navy in 1946.  Sold into mercantile service in 1946 being renamed Ming 305.
DMEMINENT002001  HMS Eminent.  W116.  Rescue Tug of the Favourite class.  Built by	Defoe Shipbuilding Co. (Bay City, Michigan, U.S.A.).  Launched 12 Aug 1942.  Commissioned	14 Sep 1942.   Returned to the US Navy in 1946.  Sold into mercantile service in 1946 being renamed Ming 305. DMEMPIREACE001001  HMS Empire Ace.  Empire Class Tug.  Completed 1942.  Into Naval Service 7 Aug 1943. Civilian manned 29 Aug 1947 under CD Gibraltar.  29 Aug 1947 renamed Diligent. Jan 1961 manned under RFA conditions.27 Apr 1961 reverted to Empire Ace.  Nov 1968, grounded on Mull of Kintyre.  Salvaged but beyond economical repair. Sold for scrap 19 Sept 1969. DMEMPIRECHARLES001001  HMS Empire Charles.  Empire Class Tug.  Launched 1944.  Employed at Portsmouth.  Civilian manned 29 Aug 1947 and renamed Fortitude.  Sold out of service 1962 and renamed Fortitudo. DMEMPIREFRED001001  HMS Empire Fred.  Empire Class Tug.  Launched 1942.  Naval service at Trieste until 30 Septb 1954.  Civilian manned under RFA conditions 2 Aug 1955.  Towed to Chatham Jun 1970.  Sold out of service 2 Oct 1973.
DMEMPIREGULL001001  RFA Empire Gull.  L3513.  Landing Ship Tank. Familiarly known as the "Black Pig". One of the last serving British LSTs. Built as LST 3523 and later commissioned as HMS Trouncer.Pressed into Government service as SS Empire Gull during the Suez Crisis. In 1970 she was transferred to the Royal Fleet Auxiliary as RFA Empire Gull, serving for ten years before being scrapped. DMEMPIREGULL002001  RFA Empire Gull.  L3513.  Landing Ship Tank. Familiarly known as the "Black Pig". One of the last serving British LSTs. Built as LST 3523 and later commissioned as HMS Trouncer.Pressed into Government service as SS Empire Gull during the Suez Crisis. In 1970 she was transferred to the Royal Fleet Auxiliary as RFA Empire Gull, serving for ten years before being scrapped. DMEMPIRELIFEGUARD001001  HMS Empire Lifeguard.  Laid down as HMS Maiden Castle.   K443.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Dec 1942.  Launchedn 8 Jun 1944.   Construction to corvette cancelled and completed as convoy rescue ship Empire Lifeguard.  Scrapped on 22 July 1955. DMEMPIREPEACEMAKER001001  HMS Empire Peacemakler.  Laid down as HMS Scarborough Castle.  K536.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 23 Jan 1943.  Launched 8 Sep  1944.  Construction as corvette cancelled and completed as convoy rescue ship Empire Peacemaker.  Scrapped in June 1955.
DMEMPIREROSA001001  RFA Empire Rosa.  Empire Class Tug.  Launched 1946.  Civilian manned under Merchant Navy conditions ubtil transferred to RFA 2 Apr 1949. 3 Dec 1977 broke from her moorings and washed ashore. Refloated and sold for scrap. DMEMPIRESHELTER001001  HMS Empire Shelter.  Laid down as HMS Barnard Castle. K594.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by George Brown & Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jan 1943.  Launched 5 Oct 1944.  Construction as corvette cancelled and completed as convoy rescue ship Empire Shelter.  Scrapped in July 1955. DMENCHANTER001001  HMS Enchanter.  W178.  Rescue Tug of the Envoy class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 2 Nov 1944.  Commissioned 6 Apr 1945.  Sold out of service 1947 and renamed Englishman.  Renamed Cintra 1962. Fate unknown. DMENCORE001001  HMS Encore.  W179/A379.  Rescue Tug of the Envoy class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 2 Dec 1944.  Commissioned 11 May 1945.  Naval manned to 1958.  Transferred to Hong Kong and manned under RFA conditions. re numbered A379.  Sold out of service 6 Nov 1967 to Selco Singapore.
DMENFIELD001001  RFA/NAV Enfield.  Naval Armaments Vessel.  No data DMENFORCER001001  HMS Enforcer.  W177.  Rescue Tug of the Envoy class. Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K).   Completed 1944 and RN Manned to June 1949.  Civilian manned under RFA conditions in Hong Kong 1958. Sold 1963. DMENNERDALE001001  RFA Ennerdale.  A173.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Launched 27 January 1941.  Comlpleted 11 July 1941.  Scrapped in 1959. DMENNERDALE002001  RFA Ennerdale.  A173.  Dale Class Fleet Tanker.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd.  Launched 27 January 1941.  Comlpleted 11 July 1941.  Scrapped in 1959.
DMENVOY001001  HMS Envoy.  W165/A165.  Rescue Tug of the Envoy class.    Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 11 Feb 1944.  Commissioned 25 May 1944.  RN manned until 1949 then manned under RFA conditions. Sold out of service to Greek Mercantile and renamed Matsas. DMEXCLUDER001001  HMS Excluder.  Former name Goldingen.  Built by Wartsila Concernen AB Finland.  German Tug seized 1945 and based at Portsmouth under Captain of the Dockyard.  For sale 2 August 1950.  Sold 1958 and renamed Lenadil.. DMEXHORTER001001  HMS Exhorter.  Former name Ostpreussen.   Built by Wartsila Concernen AB Finland.  German Tug seized 1945 and based at Devonport under Captain of the Dockyard.  1962 sold out of service.  21 Dec 1963 towed to Malta for new owners. DMEXPERT001001  HMS Expert.  W173.  Rescue Tug of the Nimble class. Served with CD Dept. Malta.    Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 14 Feb 1945.  Commissioned Sep 1945.  Sold out of service 30 October 1968 to Greek Mercantile and renamed Nisos Mykonos.
DMFALCONET001001  HMS Falconet.  Z19/A19.  Boom defence vessel of the Net class.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Laid down 28 Jul 1938.  Launched	5 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 3 May 1939. DMFIRM001001  HMS Firm.  W15.  Paddle Tug of the Robust class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard.  Launched 23 Aug 1910.  Completed 1911.  Based at Sheerness under CD's Dept.  Transferred to CD Rosyth 7 Sept 1954.  Sold out of service to Dutch company 19 Aug 1960. DMFLINTLOCK-CATAPULT001001  NAV Flintlock a/s NAV Catapult.  Naval Armament Vessels of the Gatling Class.  Built circa 1945 and served with PAS and later RMAS. DMFLINTLOCK-CATAPULT002001  NAV Flintlock a/s NAV Catapult.  Naval Armament Vessels of the Gatling Class.  Built circa 1945 and served with PAS and later RMAS.
DMFOREMOST001001  HMS Foremost.  C11/C64?  Built by Cook Welton & Gemmell Ltd.  Launched 1938.  Employed on Fleet Fuelling Dutues.  Sold out of service 1966/67 to Dutch company. DMFORTBEAUHARNOIS001001  RFA Beauharnois.  RFA Fleet Stores Carrier.  Completed circa 1945. DMFORTCHARLOTTE001001  RFA Fort Charlotte.  A236.  Launched: 12 February 1944, as Buffalo Park.  Acquired: 1945 and renamed Fort Charlotte.   Commissioned: 11 June 1948.  Decommissioned: 1967.  Sold for scrapping, January 1968. DMFORTCONSTANTINE001001  RFA Constantine.  RFA Fleet Stores Carrier.  Completed circa 1945.
DMFORTDUNVEGAN001001  RFA Fort Dunvegan.  A160.  Launched:	28 February 1944.  Acquired:Transferred to the RFA on 19 March 1951.  Commissioned: 14 April 1944. Decommissioned:1968.  Scrapped at Kaohsiung in 1968. DMFORTDUQUESNE001001  RFA Fort Duquesne.  A229.  Launched:	28 September 1944, as Queensborough Park.  Commissioned: 25 November 1944, as Fort Duquesne.  Decommissioned:	April 1967.  Sold for scrapping, 1967. DMFORTITUDE001001  HMS Fortitude.  Empire Class Tug.  Built as Empire Charles 1944 and RN manned.  Renamed Fortitude 29 Aug 1947 and civilian manned. Sold out of service 1962 and renamed Fortitudo. DMFORTLANGLEY001001  RFA Fort Langley.  A230.  Launched: 31 October 1944, as Montebello Park.  Commissioned: 18 May 1945, as Fort Langley.  Decommissioned: February 1970.  Sold for scrapping, 1970.
DMFORTOL001001  RFA Fortol.  RFA Fleet Tanker.  No data. DMFORTROSALIE001001  RFA Fort Rosalie.  A186.  Builder: United Shipyards, Montreal.  Laid down: 29 August 1944.  Launched: 18 November 1944.  Commissioned: 7 April 1945.  Transferred to the RFA on 20 November 1947.  Decommissioned: 1 May 1972.  Arrived at Castellon for scrapping on 10 February 1973. DMFORTSANDUSKY001001  RFA Fort Sandusky.  A316.  Laid down: 11 September 1944.  Launched: 25 November 1944.  Commissioned: 1 August 1945.  Decommissioned: 13 February 1972.  Sold for scrapping, 1973. DMFRANCOL001001  RFA Francol.  Fleet Tanker of the RFA.  Shelled and sunk in the Pacific Ocean South of Java by Imperial Japanese Navy warships with the loss of all but two crew on 4 Mar 1942.
DMFREEBOOTER001001  HMS Freebooter.  W01.  Rescue Tug of the Brigand class.  Built by	Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Laid down 31 May 1940.  Launched 29 Nov 1940.  Commissioned 29 Apr 1941.  RN manned until 1949.  Civilian manned at Devonport from 18 July 1949. Sold and scrapped on 10 December 1959. DMFRESHBROOK001001  RFA/PAS  Freshburn.  X60.  FRESH CLASS Water Carrier.   Laid down: 7 July 1943.  Builder: Lytham Shipbuilding, Lytham.  Launched: 29 October 1943.  Into Service: 1 April 1944.  Out of service: 5 Nov 1945.  Transferred to Port Auxiliary Services 1959 and broken up early 1970's.. DMFRESHBURN001001  RFA/PAS Freshburn.  X60.  FRESH CLASS Water Carrier.   Laid down: 7 July 1943.  Builder: Lytham Shipbuilding, Lytham.  Launched: 29 October 1943.  Into Service: 1 April 1944.  Out of service: 5 Nov 1945.  Transferred to Port Auxiliary Services 1959. Broken up early 1970's. DMFRESHFORD001001  RFA/PAS Freshford.  X63.  FRESH CLASS Water Carrier.  Laid down: November 1943.  Builder: Lytham Shipbuilding & Engineering Co, Lytham.  Launched: 23 March 1944.  Into Service: 18 July 1944.   Out of service: 16 August 1967.  Transferred to Port Auxiliary Services 1959.  Broken up 1967.
DMFRESHLAKE001001  RFA/PAS Freshlake.  X120.  Fresh Class Water Carrier.  Laid down: 18 March 1942.  Builder: Lytham Shipbuilding, Lytham.  Launched: 15 July 1942.  Into Service: 14 November 1942.  Transferred to Port Auxiliary Service 1959  and broken up early 1970's. DMFRESHMERE001001  RFA/PAS Freshmere.  X117.   FRESH CLASS Water Carrier.  Laid down: 16 July 1942.  Builder: Lytham Shipbuilding, Lytham.  Launched: 23 November 1942.  Into Service: 22 March 1943. Transferred to Port Auxiliary Service 1959.   Broken up late 1960's. DMFRESHPOND001001  RFA/PAS Freshpond.   X76.  Fresh Class Water Carrier.  Builder: Lytham Shipbuilding, Lytham.  Launched: 28 August 1945.  Into Service: 22 December 1945.  Transferred to Port Auxiliary Service 1959.  Out of service: 1977.  Sold out of service. DMFRESHPOND002001  RFA/PAS Freshpond.   X76.  Fresh Class Water Carrier.  Builder: Lytham Shipbuilding, Lytham.  Launched: 28 August 1945.  Into Service: 22 December 1945.  Transferred to Port Auxiliary Service 1959.  Out of service: 1977.  Sold out of service.
DMFRESHPOOL001001  RFA Freshpool.  X99.  FRESH CLASS Water Carrier.  Laid down: 26 November 1942.  Builder: Lytham Shipbuilding, Lytham.  Launched: 11 March 1943.  Into Service: 3 July 1943.  Believed sunk. DMFRESHSPRAY001001  RFA Freshspray.   Fresh Class Water Carrier.  No data. DMFRESHSPRAY002001  RFA Freshspray.   Fresh Class Water Carrier.  No data. DMFRESHSPRING001001  RFA Freshspring.   Fresh Class Water Carrier.  No data.
DMFRESHTARN001001  RFA Freshtarn.   Fresh Class Water Carrier.  No data. DMFRESHWELL001001  RFA Freshwell.   Fresh Class Water Carrier.  No data. DMFRISKY001001  HMS Frisky.  W11.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid downn 16 Jan 1941.  Launched 27 May 1941.  Commissioned 20 Sep 1941.   Sold and renamed Hasan in 1948. Hasan was renamed Vernicos Marina in 1960. DPALSA001  RMAS Alsatian A106 Dog Class Harbour Tug
DPALSA002  RMAS Alsatian A106 Dog Class Harbour Tug DPAPPL001  RFA Appleleaf A79 Fleet Tanker DPARGU003  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU004  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant)
DPARGU005  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU006  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU007  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU008  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant)
DPARGU009  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU010  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU011  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU015  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant)
DPARGU016  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU017  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU021  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant) DPARGU022  RFA Argus A135 Aviation Training Ship (formerly Container Ship MV Contender Bezant)
DPBACS001  RFA Bacchus A404 Stores Ship DPBAYL001  RFA Bayleaf A109 Fleet Tanker DPBAYL002  RFA Bayleaf A109 Fleet Tanker DPBAYL003  RFA Bayleaf A109 Fleet Tanker
DPBILB001  RMAS Bibury A103 Fleet Tender DPBLRO001  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLRO002  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLRO003  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker
DPBLRO004  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLRO005  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLRO006  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLRO007  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker
DPBLRO008  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLRO009  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLRO010  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLRO011  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker
DPBLRO012  RFA Black Rover A273 Fleet Tanker DPBLUR001  RFA Blue Rover A270 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF001  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF002  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker
DPBRLF003  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF004  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF005  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF006  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker
DPBRLF007  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF008  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF009  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF010  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker
DPBRLF011  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF012  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRLF013  RFA Brambleleaf A81 Fleet Tanker DPBRRA001  RFA Brown Ranger A169 Fleet Support Tanker
DPBRWY001  British Wye Chartered BP Tanker in Falklands DPBUST001  RMAS Bustler A225 Twin Unit Tractor Tug (TUTT) DPBUYE001  RMAS Bullseye. Target Vessel DPCHAE001  RMAS Charlotte A210 Improved Girl Class Tug
DPCL-BL001 DPCL-BL001 DPDILI001  RFA Diligence A132 Fleet Maintenance Unit DPDILI002  RFA Diligence A132 Fleet Maintenance Unit
DPDORI002  RMAS Doris A252 Improved Girl Class Tug DPEDDY001  RFA Eddyreef A202 Fleet Coastal Tanker DPEDDY002  RFA Eddyreef A202 Fleet Coastal Tanker DPELKS001  RMAS Elkstone A353 75ft Fleet Tender
DPENGA001  RFA Engadine K08 Helicopter Training Ship DPFAIT001  RMAS Faithful A85 Paddle Tug DPFAIT002  RMAS Faithful A85 Paddle Tug DPFHS001  French Hospital Ship (Suez 1956)
DPFLOR001  RMAS Florence A149 Water Tractor DPFOAU001  RFA Fort Austin A386 Fleet Support Ship DPFOCO001  RFA Fort Constantine Stores Issuing Ship DPFOCO002  RFA Fort Constantine Stores Issuing Ship
DPFOCO003  RFA Fort Constantine Stores Issuing Ship DPFODU001  RFA Fort Dunvegan A160 Stores Issuing Ship DPFOGE001  RFA Fort George A388 Fleet Support Ship DPFOGE002  RFA Fort George A388 Fleet Support Ship
DPFOGE003  RFA Fort George A388 Fleet Support Ship DPFOGE004  RFA Fort George A388 Fleet Support Ship DPFOGE005  RFA Fort George A388 Fleet Support Ship DPFOGE006  RFA Fort George A388 Fleet Support Ship
DPFOGR001  RFA Fort Grange A385 Stores Support Ship DPFOGR002  RFA Fort Grange A385 Stores Support Ship DPFOGR003  RFA Fort Grange A385 Stores Support Ship DPFOGR004  RFA Fort Grange A385 Stores Support Ship
DPFORO001  RFA Fort Rosalie A385 Fleet Support Ship DPFORO002  RFA Fort Rosalie A385 Fleet Support Ship DPFORO003  RFA Fort Rosalie A385 Fleet Support Ship DPFORO004  RFA Fort Rosalie A385 Fleet Support Ship
DPFORO005  RFA Fort Rosalie A385 Fleet Support Ship DPFORO006  RFA Fort Rosalie A385 Fleet Support Ship DPFORO007  RFA Fort Rosalie A385 Fleet Support Ship DPFOVI001  RFA Fort Victoria A387 Fleet Support Ship
DPFOVI002  RFA Fort Victoria A387 Fleet Support Ship DPFOVI003  RFA Fort Victoria A387 Fleet Support Ship DPFRAN001  RMAS Frances A147 Water Tractor DPFULB001  RMAS Fulbeck A365 75ft Fleet Tender
PBDEX001  RMAS Dexterous A231 Twin Unit Tractor Tug (TUTT) PSDEX001  RMAS Dexterous A231 Twin Unit Tractor Tug (TUTT) PSDEX002  RMAS Dexterous A231 Twin Unit Tractor Tug (TUTT) PSDEX003  RMAS Dexterous A231 Twin Unit Tractor Tug (TUTT)
PSFELS001B  RMAS Felsted A348 75ft Fleet Tender PSFELS002B  RMAS Felsted A348 75ft Fleet Tender PSFELS003B  RMAS Felsted A348 75ft Fleet Tender PSFELS004B  RMAS Felsted A348 75ft Fleet Tender (R/C Model)
PSFELS005B  RMAS Felsted A348 75ft Fleet Tender (R/C Model) PSFELS006B  RMAS Felsted A348 75ft Fleet Tender (R/C Model) PSFELS007B  RMAS Felsted A348 75ft Fleet Tender PSFLTE001  RMASV'S Felsted, Dornoch & Cromarty. 75 ft Fleet Tenders.
PSFLTE002  RMASV'S Felsted, Dornoch & Cromarty. 75 ft Fleet Tenders.