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DMGATLING001001  NAV/PAS Gatling.  A376.  GATLING CLASS Armament Stores Carrier. Builder:  Lobnitz & Co Ltd, Renfrew.   Laid down: October 1944.  Launched: 9 July 1945.  Into Service: 25 October 1945.  Out of service: January 1970.    Fate:                                                Scrapped 2 March 1970 DMGOLDRANGER001001  RFA Gold Ranger.  X30/A130.  RANGER CLASS Fleet Attendant Oiler.  Laiid down: 14 May 1940.  Builder: Caledon, Dundee.  Launched: 12 March 1941.  Into Service: 4 July 1941.  Out of service:  July 1973.  Broken up at Hong Kong 1973. DMGRAEMSAY001001  PAS Graemsay.  Isles Class Trawler.  Formerley HMS Graemsasy Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Ardrossan Dockyard Co.  Launched 3 August 1942.   Converted to Wreck Disposal Vessel DV10 1949 then later transferred to Port Auxiliary Service as a Tank Cleaning Vessel. DMGRAPESHOT001001  PAS Grapeshot.  Minion Class Tug.  Operated by Naval Armaments and Port Auxiliary Service.  Launched 1945.  Sold to Greece 29 June 1974.
DMGRAPPLER001001  HMS Grappler.  W26.  Paddle Tug of the Robust class.  Built by Chatham Dockyard.  Launched 4 Sep 1908 .  Based at Portsmouth until 1957 and civilian manned from 1949.  Sold for scrap 20 May 1957. DMGREENRANGER001001  RFA Green Ranger.   X42/B515/A152.   RANGER CLASS Fleet Attendant Oiler.  Laid down: 23 September 1940.   Builder: Caledon, Dundee.   Launched: 22 August 1941.  Into Service: 4 Dec 1941. 18 November 1962 ran aground when under tow from Plymouth to Cardiff. Total loss. DMGREENRANGER002001  RFA Green Ranger.   X42/B515/A152.   RANGER CLASS Fleet Attendant Oiler.  Laid down: 23 September 1940.   Builder: Caledon, Dundee.   Launched: 22 August 1941.  Into Service: 4 Dec 1941. 18 November 1962 ran aground when under tow from Plymouth to Cardiff. Total loss. DMGREYRANGER001001  Grey Ranger.  RANGER CLASS Fleet Attendant Oiler.  Laid down: 24 June 1940.  Builder: Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company, Dundee.  Launched: 27 May 1941. Into Service: 25 September 1941.  Out of service: Torpedoed and sunk by U 435 22 September 1942  while part of Convoy QP14.
DMGROWLER001001  HMS Growler.  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.  ivilian manned under RFA conditions from 23 October 1963 and renamed Cyclone.  Sold 16 Apr 1983 and renamed Martial. DMHALLGARTH001001  HMS Hallgarth/C62.  Admiralty Tug.  Built by Lytham Shipbuilders.  Launched 1900.  Employed on Fleet Fuelling Duties.  Sold 1943.    Tug Navy	The Royal Navy Type	Tug Class	[No specific class]  Pennant	  Built by	  Ordered	  Laid down	  Launched	Mar 1900  Commissioned	  End service	 1943 DMHANDMAID001001  HMS Handmaid.  W79.  Built as HMS Fresco.  Tug of the Impetus class.  Built by	Alexander Hall and Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Launched 20 Jun 1940.  Renamed Handmaid in 1941.  Sold 10 July 1970 for breaking. DMHELLESPONT001001  HMS Hellespont.  W86.  Tug of the Robust class.  Built by C&W Earle's Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. (Hull, U.K.).  Launched 10 May 1910.  Lost 7 Apr 1942.  Sunk during an air attack at Malta during the night of 6/7 April 1942.
DMHICKOROL001001  RFA Hickorol.  X29.  CREOSOL CLASS Harbour Oiler.  Builder: McMillan, Dumbarton.  Launched: 30 November 1917.  Into Service: March 1918.  Out of service: 1948.   Sold commercially.  Broken up. DMHOWITZER001001  NAV/PAS Howitzer.  Gatling Class Armament ships.   Built 1943. No further data. DMICEWHALE001001  RFA/PAS Icewhale.  No data. DMINDUSTRIOUS001001  HMS Industrious.  W32.  Paddle Tug of the Dromedary class.  Built by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched 19 Jun 1902.  Scrapped in 1958.
DMJAUNTY001001  HMS Jaunty.  W30. Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 15 Feb 1941.  Launched 11 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 7 Nov 1941.  Sold on 21 December 21 1966. DMJUSTICE001001  HMS Justice.  W140.  Rescue Tug of the Director class.  Built by Camden.  Launched 18 Oct 1943.  Ex USN BATR 20. Transferred to Commercial Service 1948. DMKIMMEROL001001  RFA Kimmerol.   X47/X35.  CREOSOL CLASS Harbour Oiler.  Builder:  Craig Taylor & Co, Stockton.  Launched: 4 April 1916.  Into Service: 1916.  Out of service: 1947.   Sold out of service.  1952 Broken up in China.                                               Class:                                       SECOND 1000 t CREOSOL CLASS Harbour Oiler  Pennant No:                             X47 /  X35  Laid down: Builder:                                     Craig Taylor & Co, Stockton Launched:                                4 April 1916 Into Service:                             1916  Out of service:                          1947 Sold out of service  Fate:                                        1952 Broken up in China DMKINBRACE001001  RFA/RMAS Kinbrace.  A281.   Salvage vessel of the Dispenser class.  Built by Alexander Hall and Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Launched 17 Jan 1945.  Commissioned May 1945.  RFA manneduntil transferred to RMAS mid 1970's.
DMKINBRACE002001  RFA/RMAS Kinbrace.  A281.   Salvage vessel of the Dispenser class.  Built by Alexander Hall and Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Launched 17 Jan 1945.  Commissioned May 1945.  RFA manneduntil transferred to RMAS mid 1970's. DMKINGARTH001001  RFA/RMAS Kingarth. A232.   Salvage vessel of the Dispenser class.   Built by Alexander Hall and Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Launched 22 May 1944.  Commissioned Dec 1944. DMKINLOSS001001  RFA/RMAS  Kinloss.  A482.  Salvage vessel of the Dispenser class.  Built by Alexander Hall and Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Launched 14 Apr 1945.  Commissioned Jul 1945.  Manned under RFA conditions until transferred to Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service in Mid 1970's. DMKINTERBURY001001  HMS/RFA/NAV/PAS Kinterbury    Stores and ammunition carrier.
DMKINTERBURY002001  HMS/RFA/NAV/PAS Kinterbury    Stores and ammunition carrier. DMKINTERBURY003001  HMS/RFA/NAV/PAS Kinterbury    Stores and ammunition carrier. DMKINTERBURY004001  HMS/RFA/NAV/PAS Kinterbury    Stores and ammunition carrier. DMKINTERBURY005001  HMS/RFA/NAV/PAS Kinterbury    Stores and ammunition carrier.
DMKUPARU001001  HMNZS Kuparu.  P3563/Q1348.  1943-1967.   Laid up 1945.   Fishery protection & Survey 1972-84, Christchurch.  Sold 1984.  Fairly heavily rebuilt after collision with Admiralty Steps in mid 80's. Ended service 1989. Mothballed for museum but not used and sold by RNZN in 2002. DMKURUMBA001001  RAFA  Kurumba Oil tanker operated by the Royal Australian Navy as HMAS Kurumba from 1919 to 1946. Built for the RAN in Britain and completed in December 1916. She served as part of the Royal Navy's Royal Fleet Auxiliary until March 1919 then transferred to the Royal Australian Fleet Auxiliary. Paid off to reserve in June 1928. Reactiated in September 1939 and served in Australian waters and the South West Pacific Area during World War II.  Taken out of service in July 1946 and sold to a commercial operator in January 1948. DMLARCHOL001001  RFA Larchol.   X23/A154.  CREOSOL CLASS Harbour Oiler.  Builder: Lobnitz & Co, Renfrew.  Launched: 19 June 1917.  Into Service: 9 August 1917.  Out of service: Laid up in reserve at Pembroke Dock 13 July 1954.  Broken Up 23 Aug 1959. DMLAYBURN001001  HMS Layburn.  P191.  Mooring and Salvage Vessel manned by the Royal Navy.
DMLAYMOOR001001  HMS Laymoor.  P190.  Mooring and Salvage Vessel manned by the Royal Navy. DMLIFELINE001001  HMS Lifeline.  Salvage vessel of the Dispenser class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Launched 17 Aug 1943.  Commissioned Feb 1944. DMLIMOL001001  RFA Limol.    CREOSOL CLASS Harbour Oiler.  Builder: Lobnitz & Co, Renfrew.  Launched: 19 June 1917.  Into Service: 9 August 1917. DMLIMOL002001  RFA Limol.    CREOSOL CLASS Harbour Oiler.  Builder: Lobnitz & Co, Renfrew.  Launched: 19 June 1917.  Into Service: 9 August 1917.
DMLUNDY001001  PAS/RMAS Lundy.  Isles Class Trawler.  Ex Minesweeping Trawler of the Royal Navy, HMS Lundy T272, Transferred to Port Auxiliary Service and converted to Tank Cleaner.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Jan 1942.  Laid down 6 Jun 1942.  Launched 29 Aug 1942.  Commissioned 15 Jan 1943.  Scrapped late 1970's. DPGORO001  RFA Gold Rover  A271  Fleet Tanker DPGORO002  RFA Gold Rover  A271  Fleet Tanker DPGRBR001  RFA's Grey Rover and Blue Rover
DPGRRO001  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker DPGRRO002  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker DPGYRO001  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker DPGYRO002  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker
DPGYRO003  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker DPGYRO004  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker DPGYRO005  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker DPGYRO006  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker
DPGYRO007  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker DPGYRO008  RFA Grey Rover  A269  Fleet Tanker DPHEVER001  RMAS Hever  A1767  75ft Fleet Tender DPHLD001  RMAS Harbour Launch
DPHLD002  RMAS Harbour Launches DPJE0B001  Jeremiah O'Brien (Preserved Liberty Ship) DPJEL001  James Eagan Layne (Liberty Ship) DPKINT001  HMS/RFA/NAV/PAS Kinterbury    Stores and ammunition carrier.
DPLADY001  RMAS Ladybird  A253  Naval Armaments Carrier DPLADY002  RMAS Ladybird  A253  Naval Armaments Carrier DPLILA001  RMAS Lilah  A174  Water Tractor DPLILA002  RMAS Lilah  A174  Water Tractor
DPLLAY001  RMAS Llandovery  A207  75ft Fleet Tender DPLYNE001  RFA Lyness  A339  Fleet Support Ship  (sold to United States early 1980's) DPLYNE002  RFA Lyness  A339  Fleet Support Ship (sold to United States early 1980's) DPLYNE003  RFA Lyness  A339  Fleet Support Ship (sold to United States early 1980's)