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DMMARCHWOOD001001  HMS Marchwood.  Admiralty Tug.  Built by Dundee Shipbuilding Co Ltd.  Launched 1901.  Based at Lyness under Naval Armaments.  Sold 1948 for breaking. DMMARTINET001001  HMS Martinet.  Z41.  Boom defence vessel of the Net class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Laid down 9 Jun 1938.  Launched 8 Dec 1938.  Commissioned 4 May 1939. DMMATCHLOCK001001  NAV/PAS Matchlock.  Naval Armaments Vessel.    Builder: Philip & Son Ltd, Dartmouth.   Ordered July 1944.  Completed 5 June 1946.   Into service 25 June 1946.      Out of service. 1973.   Scrapped 1973. DMMATCHLOCK002001  NAV/PAS Matchlock.  Naval Armaments Vessel.    Builder: Philip & Son Ltd, Dartmouth.   Ordered July 1944.  Completed 5 June 1946.   Into service 25 June 1946.      Out of service. 1973.   Scrapped 1973.
DMMAXIM001001  NAV/PAS Maxim.  A377.  GATLING CLASS Armament Stores Carrier.   Builder: Lobnitz & Co Ltd, Renfrew.   Launched 6 August 1945.  Into Service: 14 November 1945.   Scrapped 15 Nov 1977. DMMEDIATOR001001  HMS Mediator.  W125/A125.  Rescue Tug of the Bustler class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Launched 21 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 8 Nov 1944.  Naval manned until 1959 when decommissioned at Malta.  Arr Plymouth 10May 1964 for disposal. Sold 26 Feb 1965 to Greek Co and renamed Nisos Zakynthos. Re-sold 1975 for scrap. DMMIXOL001001  RFA Mixol.  X02/X43/A143.  2000t CLASS Harbour Tanker.  Builder:  Caledon Ship Building & Eng Co., Dundee.  Launched: 17 June 1916.  Into Service: October 1916.  Out of service: 1948.  Sold commercially and renamed firstly Whitebrook then Irene M. DMMONTENOL001001  RFA Montenol.  X66/X45.   2000t BELGOL CLASS Tanker.  Builder: Central Yard, William Gray, West Hartlepool.  Launched: 5 July 1917.  Into Service: 20 November 1917.  Out of service: 21 May 1942.   Torpedoed 21 May 1942  by German U-Boat U159 off the West Coast of Africa while part of convoy OS28 and was badly damaged.  Sunk by gunfire from the corvette HMS WOODRUFF the following day.
DMMOORDALE001001  RFA Moordale.  Mooring vessel of the Moor class.  Built by Bow McLachlan & Co. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 15 Aug 1919.  Fate unknown. DMMOORESS001001  RFA Mooress.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Launched 16 Sep 1943.  Fate unknown. DMMOORFIELD001001  RFA Moorfield.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.) ?  Launched 16 Sep 1943?  Incomplete data. DMMOORFLY001001  RFA Moorfly.   4.395.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Launched 14 Jul 1942.  Still in service 1962.  No further data.
DMMOORFOWL001001  RFA Moorfowl.  Mooring vessel of the Moor class.  Built by Bow McLachlan & Co. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 11 Sep 1919.  Fate unknown. DMMOORHEN001001  RFA Moorhen.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Launched 30 Sep 1943.  Sold at Malta July 1970. DMMOORHEN002001  RFA Moorhen.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Launched 30 Sep 1943.  Sold at Malta July 1970. DMMOORHEN003001  RFA Moorhen.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Launched 30 Sep 1943.  Sold at Malta July 1970.
DMMOORHEN004001  RFA Moorhen.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Launched 30 Sep 1943.  Sold at Malta July 1970. DMMOORLAND001001  RFA Moorland.  Mooring vessel of the Moor Class.  Built by W. Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Launched 22 Nov 1938.  Commissioned Dec 1938.  Still in service 1963.  No further data. DMMOORPOUT001001  RFA Moorpout.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Launched	24 Jul 1944. DMMOORSMAN001001  RFA Moorsman.  Mooring vessel of the Moorburn class.  Launched	24 Jul 1944.
DMMULL001001  HMS Mull.  T110.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Jul 1940.  Laid down 19 Nov 1940.  Launched 27 Mar 1941.  Commissioned	19 Aug 1941.  Transferred to War Department April 1946. Shown here as RASCV Mull. DMNASPRITE001001  RFA Nasprite.  A252.   Sprite-class tanker.  Served during the Second World War.  Laid up in reserve at Devonport 31 Aug 1954, and put up for disposal in Aug 1963. DMNORDENFELT001001  RFA/NACV/PAS  Nordenfeld   A135.  GATLING CLASS Armament Stores Carrier.  Builder:  Lobnitz & Co Ltd, Renfrew.  Launched: 30 November 1945.  Into Service: 14 March 1946. 1 October 1947 berthed at Portsmouth Harbour.  13 January 1964 grounded off Alderney during a sleet storm but refloated.  September 1971 on disposal list at Devonport.  11 Feb 1977 arrived Pembroke Dock for demolition. DMOCEANSALVOR001001  MS Ocean Salvor.  Salvage vessel of the King Salvor class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Launched 31 Aug 1943.  Commissioned Oct 1943.
DMOLCADES001001  RFA Olcades.   Y7.304/X18.   Shown here as British Beacon as built.  10000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Builder: Workman Clark & Co Ltd, Belfast.  Launched: 9 September 1918.  Into Service: 9 October 1918.  Out of service: April 1953.  Broken up 19 Apr 1953. DMOLEANDER001001  RFA Oleander.  X46.  10000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Laid down: 1 December 1920. Builder: Pembroke Dockyard.  Launched: 26 April 1922.  Into Service: 20 October 1922.  Out of service:  26 May 1940.   Fate: Bombed (near miss) and beached.  8 June 1940 was officially classed as a total constructive loss. DMOLEANDER002001  RFA Oleander.  X46.  10000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Laid down: 1 December 1920. Builder: Pembroke Dockyard.  Launched: 26 April 1922.  Into Service: 20 October 1922.  Out of service:  26 May 1940.   Fate: Bombed (near miss) and beached.  8 June 1940 was officially classed as a total constructive loss. DMOLIGARCH001001  RFA Oligarch.   Y7.286/X12.   Former name  British Lantern.  10000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Builder:  Workman Clark & Co Ltd, Belfast.  Launched: 30 June 1918.  Into Service: 1 August 1918.  Out of service: 14 April  1946.  14 April 1946 scuttled at the southern end of the Red Sea loaded with obsolete ammunition.
DMOLNA001001  RFA Olna.   X116/A216.   Former names.  Hyalina.   HMS Olna.  Fleet Oiler.  Builder: Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend.  Launched: 28 December 1944.  Into Service: 27 April 1945.  Out of service: November 1966.   Scrapped 19 Jan 1967 in Spain. DMOLNA002001  RFA Olna.   X116/A216.   Former names.  Hyalina.   HMS Olna.  Fleet Oiler.  Builder: Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend.  Launched: 28 December 1944.  Into Service: 27 April 1945.  Out of service: November 1966.   Scrapped 19 Jan 1967 in Spain. DMOLNA003001  RFA Olna.   X116/A216.   Former names.  Hyalina.   HMS Olna.  Fleet Oiler.  Builder: Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend.  Launched: 28 December 1944.  Into Service: 27 April 1945.  Out of service: November 1966.   Scrapped 19 Jan 1967 in Spain. DMOLNA004001  RFA Olna.  X47.  10000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Laid down: 14 June 1920.  Builder: Devonport Dockyard.  Launched: 21 June 1921.  Into Service: 10 October 1921.  Out of service: 18 May 1941 Bombed by German aircraft and later scrapped.
DMOLNA005001  RFA Olna.   X116/A216.   Former names.  Hyalina.   HMS Olna.  Fleet Oiler.  Builder: Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend.  Launched: 28 December 1944.  Into Service: 27 April 1945.  Out of service: November 1966.   Scrapped 19 Jan 1967 in Spain. DMOLNA006001  RFA Olna.  X47.  10000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Laid down: 14 June 1920.  Builder: Devonport Dockyard.  Launched: 21 June 1921.  Into Service: 10 October 1921.  Out of service: 18 May 1941 Bombed by German aircraft and later scrapped. DMOLNA007001  RFA Olna.  X47.  10000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Laid down: 14 June 1920.  Builder: Devonport Dockyard.  Launched: 21 June 1921.  Into Service: 10 October 1921.  Out of service: 18 May 1941 Bombed by German aircraft and later scrapped. DMOLWEN001001  RFA Olwen.   Y7.242/X09.   Former name British Light.  Subeequent name  Mushtari.  10,000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Builder: Palmers, Jarrow.  Launched: 3 October 1917.  Into Service: 17 April 1937 Out of service: 1947 sold to commercial interests and rename Mushtari. October 1959  Broken up.
DMOLYNTHUS001001  RFA Olynthus.   Y7.264/X11.   Former name  British Star.  Subsequent name: Pensylvania.  10,000t OL CLASS Tanker.  Laid down: 20 June 1917.  Builder: Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend on Tyne.   Launched: 14 February 1918.  Into Service: March 1918.  1949 purchased by Ditta Luigi Pittaluga Vapori, Genoa and renamed  PENSILVANIA.  April 1960 arrived Savona for breaking up. DMORANGELEAF001001  RFA Orangeleaf.  X26/Y7.183/ X40.  Former name RFA Bornol.  5000T FAST LEAF (ex TEXOL) CLASS Fleet Attendant Tanker.  Builder:  J L Thompson.  Launched:  26 October 1916.  Into Service:1 June 1917.  Out of service: 1948.   Broken up 25 Jan 1948. DMPEARLEAF001001  RFA Pearleaf.  X57/Y7.180/X56.  Former name Gypol.  5000T FAST LEAF (ex TEXOL) CLASS Fleet Attendant Tanker.   Builder: Gray, West Hartlepool.  Launched: 12 September 1916.  Into Service:   March 1917.  Out of service: 1946.  Broken up 23 Dec 1947. DMPERSEVERANCE001001  PAS Perseverance.  Harbour Tug.  Former name Imara.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson.  Completed 1931.  Purchased by Admiralty 1932.  Based Devonport 1934-44.  Sold for scrap 1958.
DMPERSEVERANCE002001  PAS Perseverance.  Harbour Tug.  Former name Imara.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson.  Completed 1931.  Purchased by Admiralty 1932.  Based Devonport 1934-44.  Sold for scrap 1958. DMPERT001001  HMS Pert.  W42.  Paddle Tug  0f the Pert Class.  Built by Thornycroft (Woolston, England, U.K.).  Launched 5 Apr 1916.  Withdrawn from service in October 1961.  Scrapped at Rijsdijk  Netherlands.  1962. DMPETRELLA001001  RFA Petrella.  Former names Captain Mikes,  Evros,  Megalohari.   Pet Class tanker.      Builder: Dunlop Bremner, Inch Yard.  Launched: 16 February 1918.  Into Service: April 1918.  Out of service:    5 December 1946.  Broken Up in Greece 1976. DMPETRELLA002001  RFA Petrella.  Former names Captain Mikes,  Evros,  Megalohari.   Pet Class tanker.      Builder: Dunlop Bremner, Inch Yard.  Launched: 16 February 1918.  Into Service: April 1918.  Out of service:    5 December 1946.  Broken Up in Greece 1976.
DMPETROBUS001001  RFA Petrobus.  X77/X50/A250.   PET CLASS Spirit Carrier.  Builder: Dunlop Bremner, Inch Yard.  Launched: 8 November 1917.  Into Service: February 1918.  Out of service:  1959 . Broken up Feb 1959. DMPETROBUS002001  RFA Petrobus.  X77/X50/A250.   PET CLASS Spirit Carrier.  Builder: Dunlop Bremner, Inch Yard.  Launched: 8 November 1917.  Into Service: February 1918.  Out of service:  1959 . Broken up Feb 1959. DMPETRONEL001001  RFA Petronel.  X79/X52.   Former names Pass of Glencoe,  Athelglen,   Molaglen,   PET CLASS Spirit Carrier.  Builder:  Dunlop, Bremner & Co Ltd, Inch Yard, Port Glasgow.  Launched: 27 April 1918. Into Service:  June 1918.  Out of service:  1947.   Sold for scrap  Sept 1958. DMPETRONEL002001  RFA Petronel.  X79/X52.   Former names Pass of Glencoe,  Athelglen,   Molaglen,   PET CLASS Spirit Carrier.  Builder:  Dunlop, Bremner & Co Ltd, Inch Yard, Port Glasgow.  Launched: 27 April 1918. Into Service:  June 1918.  Out of service:  1947.   Sold for scrap  Sept 1958.
DMPHILOL001001  RFA Philol.  X43/X53/A253.   SECOND 1000 t CREOSOL CLASS Harbour Oiler.  Builder:   Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Company, WIllington Quay.  Launched: 5 April 1916.  Into Service:  August 1916.   Out of service:  1956 hulked.  Broken up June 1967 in Belgium. DMPILOT001001  HMS Pilot.  W03.  Tug of the Alliance class.  Built by Bow McLachlan & Co. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 2 Sep 1909.Sold for scrap 27 Mar 1960. DMPLUMLEAF001001  RFA Plumleaf.  X63/Y7.179/X54.   Former name RFA Trinol.  5000T FAST LEAF (ex TEXOL) CLASS Fleet Attendant Tanker.  Builder:  Swan Hunter, Wallsend.  Launched:  4 August 1916.  Into Service:     February 1917.  Out of service:  Bombed 4 April 1942 Malta Harbour.  28 Aug 1947 raised and refloated.  Sold to be broken up 10 Sept 1947. DMPLUMLEAF002001  RFA Plumleaf.  X63/Y7.179/X54.   Former name RFA Trinol.  5000T FAST LEAF (ex TEXOL) CLASS Fleet Attendant Tanker.  Builder:  Swan Hunter, Wallsend.  Launched:  4 August 1916.  Into Service:     February 1917.  Out of service:  Bombed 4 April 1942 Malta Harbour.  28 Aug 1947 raised and refloated.  Sold to be broken up 10 Sept 1947.
DMPLUMLEAF003001  RFA Plumleaf.  X63/Y7.179/X54.   Former name RFA Trinol.  5000T FAST LEAF (ex TEXOL) CLASS Fleet Attendant Tanker.  Builder:  Swan Hunter, Wallsend.  Launched:  4 August 1916.  Into Service:     February 1917.  Out of service:  Bombed 4 April 1942 Malta Harbour.  28 Aug 1947 raised and refloated.  Sold to be broken up 10 Sept 1947. DMPRESTOL001001  RFA Prestol.  X60/X55/A155.   SECOND 2000t BELGOL CLASS Tanker.  Builder:  Napier & Miller, Old Kilpatrick.  Launched:  4 September 1917.  Into Service:  December 1917.  Sold June 1958 for Scrap. DMPROMPT001001  PAS Prompt.  Empire Class Tug.  Built 1943 as Empire Spitfire.  Renamed Warden 29 Aug 1947.  Renamed Prompt 1951 and based at Chatham.  Sold out of service 7 July 1975 and renamed Torque.  Preserved at Maryport Maritime Museum, Cumbria. DMPROSPEROUS001001  HMS Prosperous.  W96.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 9 Mar 1942.  Launched  29 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 21 Nov 1942. Manned by RN personnel until 1949 when she became civilian manned under RFA conditions.  Into reserve 12 may 1961.  Sold to Greece 7 Jan 1965.
DMPRUDENT001001  HMS Prudent.  W73.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by	Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 11 Mar 1940.  Launched 6 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 19 Nov 1940.  Renamed Cautious when she became a Dockyard Tug in 1947.   Sold and renamed Rivtow Lion in 1964. She was finally sunk as a recreational dive site at Nanaimo, BC (Canada) on 6 Feb 2005. DMRAMBLER001001  HMS Rambler.  W80.  Tug of the Robust class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Launched 21 Dec 1908.  Commissioned	May 1909.  Sold for scrap 13 April 1953. DMRAPIDOL001001  RFA Rapidol.   X59/X58/B517/!258.  Former names  Louise Moller,   Mount Cameron.  SECOND 2000t BELGOL CLASS Tanker.  Builder: William Gray & Company, Hartlepool.  Launched: 23 April 1917. Into Service: 28 August 1917.  Out of service: 4 March 1946.  Broken up 3 Oct 1955. DMREGARD001001  PAS Regard.  Dockyard Tug.  Former names Foremost 91 and C11.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmell Ltd.  Completed 1938.  Employed on Fleet Fuelling Duties. Named Regard 1959.  Sold out of service 25 May 1966.
DMRELIANT001001  RFA Reliant.  X25/A230.   Former name LONDON IMPORTER.  Subsequent name:  ANTHONY G., FIRDAUSA.  Fleet Store Ship.  Laid down:  30 October 1920.  Builder:  Furness, Haverton Hill.  Launched:  25 November 1922.  Into Service:  23 March 1933.  Out of service:  12 March 1948.  Broken up April 1963. DMRESOLVE001001  HMS Resolve.  W85.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by Ayrshire Dockyard Co. Ltd. (Irvine, Scotland).  Launched 30 Jul 1918.  Commissioned Sep 1918.  Civilian manned after 1949 under RFA conditions then to Port Auxiliary Service at Portsmouth.  Sold out of service 22 Sept 1950. DMRESOLVE002001  HMS Resolve.  W85.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by Ayrshire Dockyard Co. Ltd. (Irvine, Scotland).  Launched 30 Jul 1918.  Commissioned Sep 1918.  Civilian manned after 1949 under RFA conditions then to Port Auxiliary Service at Portsmouth.  Sold out of service 22 Sept 1950.  Shown here secured outboard of Swarthy, Centaur and Nelson cica 1933. DMRESOLVE003001  HMS Resolve.  W85.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by Ayrshire Dockyard Co. Ltd. (Irvine, Scotland).  Launched 30 Jul 1918.  Commissioned Sep 1918.  Civilian manned after 1949 under RFA conditions then to Port Auxiliary Service at Portsmouth.  Sold out of service 22 Sept 1950. Shown breasted up to HMS Erebus and assisting into harbour circa 1933.
DMRESOLVE004001  HMS Resolve.  W85.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by Ayrshire Dockyard Co. Ltd. (Irvine, Scotland).  Launched 30 Jul 1918.  Commissioned Sep 1918.  Civilian manned after 1949 under RFA conditions then to Port Auxiliary Service at Portsmouth.  Sold out of service 22 Sept 1950.   Shown breasted up to HMS Erebus and assisting into harbour circa 1933. DMRESOLVE005001  HMS Resolve.  W85.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by Ayrshire Dockyard Co. Ltd. (Irvine, Scotland).  Launched 30 Jul 1918.  Commissioned Sep 1918.  Civilian manned after 1949 under RFA conditions then to Port Auxiliary Service at Portsmouth.  Sold out of service 22 Sept 1950. DMRESPOND001001  HMS Respond.  W92.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by Ayrshire Dockyard Co. Ltd. (Irvine, Scotland).  Launched 21 Nov 1918.  Commissioned Mar 1919 .  Sold out of service 22 Sept 1950. DMRESTIVE001001  HMS Restive.  W39/A286.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 25 Apr 1940.  Launched 4 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 12 Dec 1940.  Transferred to civilian manning 28 August 1948.  Sold on 11 June 1965 and renamed Ventura.
DMRETORT001001  HMS Retort.  W84.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by Day Summers & Co. (Northam, U.K.).  Commissioned Nov 1918.    Based at Devonport until 1952 then to Gibraltar.  Sold for scrap 19 Sept 1958. DMREWARD001001  HMS Reward.  W164/A264.  Rescue Tug of the Bustler class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Laid down 6 Apr 1944.  Launched 13 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 12 Mar 1945.  RN manned for most of it's service.  Sunk in a collision in thick fog in the River Forth on 10 August 1976. She was raised and broken up 29 August 1976. DMREWARD002001  HMS Reward.  W164/A264.  Rescue Tug of the Bustler class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Laid down 6 Apr 1944.  Launched 13 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 12 Mar 1945.  RN manned for most of it's service.  Sunk in a collision in thick fog in the River Forth on 10 August 1976. She was raised and broken up 29 August 1976. DMREWARD003001  HMS Reward.  W164/A264.  Rescue Tug of the Bustler class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Laid down 6 Apr 1944.  Launched 13 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 12 Mar 1945.  RN manned for most of it's service.  Sunk in a collision in thick fog in the River Forth on 10 August 1976. She was raised and broken up 29 August 1976.
DMROBERTDUNDAS001001  RFA Robert Dundas.  X04/A204.   BOBBY CLASS Coastal Stores Carrier.  Builder:  Grangemouth Dockyard, Grangemouth.  Launched: 28 July 1938.  Into Service: November 1938.  Out of service:  8 December 1971.  Broken up March 1973. DMROBERTMIDDLETON001001  RFA Robert Middleton.  X41/A241.  Subsequent name Myrina.  BOBBY CLASS Coastal Stores Carrier.  Builder:  Grangemouth Dockyard, Grangemouth.  Launched: 29 June, 1938.  Into Service: 25 Aug 1938.  Out of service:  1975 sold out of service to Greece and renamed Myrina.  Broken up in Greece 1983. DMROBERTMIDDLETON002001  RFA Robert Middleton.  X41/A241.  Subsequent name Myrina.  BOBBY CLASS Coastal Stores Carrier.  Builder:  Grangemouth Dockyard, Grangemouth.  Launched: 29 June, 1938.  Into Service: 25 Aug 1938.  Out of service:  1975 sold out of service to Greece and renamed Myrina.  Broken up in Greece 1983. DMROBERTMIDDLETON003001  RFA Robert Middleton.  X41/A241.  Subsequent name Myrina.  BOBBY CLASS Coastal Stores Carrier.  Builder:  Grangemouth Dockyard, Grangemouth.  Launched: 29 June, 1938.  Into Service: 25 Aug 1938.  Out of service:  1975 sold out of service to Greece and renamed Myrina.  Broken up in Greece 1983.
DMROBERTMIDDLETON004001  RFA Robert Middleton.  X41/A241.  Subsequent name Myrina.  BOBBY CLASS Coastal Stores Carrier.  Builder:  Grangemouth Dockyard, Grangemouth.  Launched: 29 June, 1938.  Into Service: 25 Aug 1938.  Out of service:  1975 sold out of service to Greece and renamed Myrina.  Broken up in Greece 1983. DMROBUST001001  HMS Robust.  W28.  Paddle Tug of the Robust class.  Built by Bow McLachlan & Co. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 24 Sep 1907.  Based at Sheerness under Captain of the Dockyard until 1943 then transferred to Malta.  Scrapped 1957. DMROLLICKER001001  HMS Rollicker.  W21.   Rescue Tug of the Pilot class.  Built by chatham Dockyard.  Launched as Rover 1909.  Renamed Rollicker then Recovery.  Sold for scrap Jan 1958. DMROLLICKER002001  HMS Rollicker.  W21.   Rescue Tug of the Pilot class.  Built by chatham Dockyard.  Launched as Rover 1909.  Renamed Rollicker then Recovery.  Sold for scrap Jan 1958.
DMROYSTERER001001  HMS Roysterer.  W91.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by	Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Launched 4 Feb 1919.  Commissioned May 1919.  Based at Malta under CD.  1943-1946 transferred to Alexandria.  Sold 22 Dec 1954 for scrap. DMROYSTERER002001  HMS Roysterer.  W91.  Rescue Tug of the Rollicker class.  Built by	Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Launched 4 Feb 1919.  Commissioned May 1919.  Based at Malta under CD.  1943-1946 transferred to Alexandria.  Sold 22 Dec 1954 for scrap. DPMAST001  RMAS Mastiff  A180  Dog Class Tug DPMAST002  RMAS Mastiff  A180  Dog Class Tug
DPMAST003  RMAS Mastiff  A180  Dog Class Tug DPMILF001  RFA Milford  Fleet Stores Ship DPMOOH003  RMAS Moorhen  Y32  Powered Mooring Lighter DPNEWT001  RMAS Newton  A367 Sonar Trials Ship
DPNEWT002  RMAS Newton  A367  Sonar Trials Ship DPNEWT003  RMAS Newton  A367  Sonar Trials Ship DPNEWT004  RMAS Newton  A367  Sonar Trials Ship DPNEWT005  RMAS Newton  A367  Sonar Trials Ship
DPNEWT006  RMAS Newton  A367  Sonar Trials Ship DPNEWT007  RMAS Newton  A367  Sonar Trials Ship DPNEWT008  RMAS Newton  A367  Sonar Trials Ship DPNORL001  MV Norland  P&O Ro-Ro Ferry requisitioned for Falklands Duties
DPOHLA001  Ohms Law   Research Vessel DPOILS001  RMAS Oilstone  Y22  Fleet Oiler DPOLME001  RFA Olmeda  A124  Fleet Tanker DPOLNA001  RFA Olna  A123  Fleet Tanker
DPOLWE001  RFA Olwen  A122  Fleet Tanker DPORAN001  RFA Orangeleaf   A110  Fleet Tanker DPORAN002  RFA Orangeleaf  A110  Fleet Tanker DPORAN003  RFA  Orangeleaf  A110  Fleet Tanker
DPORAN004  RFA Orangeleaf  A110  Fleet Tanker DPORAN005  RFA Orangeleaf  A110  Fleet Tanker DPORAN006  RFA Orangeleaf  A110  Fleet Tanker DPORAN007  RFA Orangeleaf  A110  Fleet Tanker
DPORAN008  RFA Orangeleaf  A110  Fleet Tanker DPORAN009  RFA Orangeleaf  A110  Fleet Tanker DPPAS7024  RMAS HLD 7024 DPPELE001  RFA Pearleaf   Fleet Tanker
DPPHIL001  RFA Philol. Small Auxiliary Tanker. DPPINT001  RMAS Pintail  P193    Mooring & Salvage Vessel DPPLUM001  RFA Plumleaf  A78  Fleet Tanker DPPLUM002  RFA Plumleaf  A78  Fleet Tanker
DPPLUM003  RFA Plumleaf  A78  Fleet Tanker DPPLUM004  RFA Plumleaf  A78  Fleet Tanker DPREGE001  RFA Regent  A486  Naval Armaments and Stores Ship DPRELI001  RFA Reliant  A131  Stores Support Ship (ex MV Astronomer)
DPRELI002  RFA Reliant  A131  Stores Support Ship (ex MV Astronomer) DPRELI003  RFA Reliant  A131 Stores Support Ship (ex MV Astronomer) DPRELI004  RFA Reliant  A131 Stores Support Ship (ex MV Astronomer) DPRESE002  RFA Resource  A480  Naval Armaments and Stores Ship
DPRESE003  RFA Resource  A480  Naval Armaments & Stores Ship DPRESU001  RFA Resurgent  A280  Naval Armaments & Stores Ship DPROBU001  RMAS Robust  A366 Ocean Going Tug DPROBU002  RMAS Robust  A366  Ocean Going Tug
PSNET001  RMASV Netley A282   MCA Class IV Passenger Vessel PSPAT001  THV Patricia    Flagship of Trinity House PSPAT002  THV Patricia   Flagship of Trinity House PSPOW001  RMASV Powerful A223   Twin Unit Voith Schneider Tug
UNKRYOS001  Royal Yacht Osborne