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DMSALVAGEDUKE001001  RFA Salvage Duke.  W34/A234.  Salvage vessel of the King Salvor class.  Subsequent Name Imroz.   Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland). Laid down 29 July 1942.   Launched 1 Nov 1943.  Commissioned Nov 1943. Into Service: 24 November 1943.  Out of service: 1947.  Chartered by Turkish Navy 1948 and renamed Imroz.  Destroyed by fire & explosion whilst alonside a tanker in a Turkish Port. DMSALVENTURE001001  RFA Salventure.  A384.   Previous name Handmaid.  Subsequent name Sotir.  King Salvor Class Ocean Salvage Ship.   Builder: Simons, Renfrew.  Laid down 11 Oct 1941.  Launched: 24 November 1942.  Into Service: 18 December 1942.  Out of service: 1948.  1950 transferred to the Greek Navy and renamed RHN SOTIR.  1978 sold for scrap.  Nov 1978 Broken up in Greece. DMSALVESTOR002001  RFA Salvestor.  W176/B442/A499.   Former name  Assistance.  KING SALVOR Class Ocean Salvage Ship.  Laid down: 20 Sept 1941.  Builder: Simons, Renfrew.  Launched: 28 Aug 1942.  Into Service:     30 September 1942.  Out of service: 1970.  Broken Up July 1970. DMSALVICTOR001001  RFA Salvictor.  W190/B443/A500.  KING SALVOR Class Ocean Salvage Ship.  Builder:  Simons, Renfrew.  Laid down: 27 June 1943.  Launched: 10 March 1944.  Into Service: 31 March 1944.  Out of service:  12 June 1970 when sold for scrap.
DMSALVIGIL001001  RFA Salvigil.  A501.   Subsequent name Nisos Salamis.  KING SALVOR Class Ocean Salvage Ship.  Builder:  Simons, Renfrew.  Laid down: 23 June 1944.  Launched: 23 April 1945.  Into Service:  26 May 1945.  Out of service: 1965.  May 1965 purchased by Tsavliris (Salvage & Towage) Ltd, Piraeus and renamed NISOS SALAMIS.  2 October 1972 broken up for scrap. DMSAMSON001001  RFA/PAS  Samson.  A390.  SAMSON Class Tug.   Builder: Alexander Hall & Co Ltd, Aberdeen.  Launched: 14 May 1953.  Into Service: May 1954.  Out of service: 29 April 1977.   Broken up March 1981. DMSAMSON002001  RFA/PAS  Samson.  A390.  SAMSON Class Tug.   Builder: Alexander Hall & Co Ltd, Aberdeen.  Launched: 14 May 1953.  Into Service: May 1954.  Out of service: 29 April 1977.   Broken up March 1981. DMSAMSONIA001001  HMS Samsonia.  W23/A218.   Former names HMS Samson and Foundation Josephine.  Subsequent name: Jaki.  BUSTLER Class Fleet Tug.  Builder:  Henry Robb, Leith.  Laid down: 1 February 1941.  Launched: 1 April 1942.  27 May 1960 transferred to the RFA as RFA Samsonia. 28 November 1968 transferred to the PAS as Samsonia.  28 February 1974 sold to Yugoslavia  and renamed Jaki.  3 September 1987 broken up by her owners at Split.
DMSAMSONIA002001  HMS Samsonia.  W23/A218.   Former names HMS Samson and Foundation Josephine.  Subsequent name: Jaki.  BUSTLER Class Fleet Tug.  Builder:  Henry Robb, Leith.  Laid down: 1 February 1941.  Launched: 1 April 1942.  27 May 1960 transferred to the RFA as RFA Samsonia. 28 November 1968 transferred to the PAS as Samsonia.  28 February 1974 sold to Yugoslavia  and renamed Jaki.  3 September 1987 broken up by her owners at Split. DMSAMSONIA003001  HMS Samsonia.  W23/A218.   Former names HMS Samson and Foundation Josephine.  Subsequent name: Jaki.  BUSTLER Class Fleet Tug.  Builder:  Henry Robb, Leith.  Laid down: 1 February 1941.  Launched: 1 April 1942.  27 May 1960 transferred to the RFA as RFA Samsonia. 28 November 1968 transferred to the PAS as Samsonia.  28 February 1974 sold to Yugoslavia  and renamed Jaki.  3 September 1987 broken up by her owners at Split. DMSANDBOY001001  HMS Sandboy.  W48. Built as HMS Strenuous.   Tug of the Robust class.  Built by Thorneycroft.  Launched 7 Dec 1912.  Renamed Sandboy 1918.  Sunk as a gunnery target 27 June 1947. DMSAREPTA001001  HMS Sarepta.  Multi purpose Torpedo Experimental Firing and Recovery Vessel.  Ex German Mercantile 'Frieda Peters'.  Launched 1920.
DMSAUCY001001  HMS Saucy.  W131/A386.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 30 Jun 1942.  Launched 26 Oct 1942.  Commissioned	27 Feb 1943.  Sold on 1 March 1965 and renamed Nisos Chios. DMSAUCY002001  HMS Saucy.  W131/A386.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 30 Jun 1942.  Launched 26 Oct 1942.  Commissioned	27 Feb 1943.  Sold on 1 March 1965 and renamed Nisos Chios. DMSCOTOL001001  RFA Scotol.   X49/X61/A161.  Subsequent name: Hemsley 1.   SECOND 1000 t CREOSOL CLASS Harbour Oiler.  Builder: Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co, Willington on Quay, Howden, Northumberland.   Launched: 23 June 1916.  Into Service: November 1916.  Out of service:  August 1947 sold out of Service. 21 June 1948 renamed HEMSLEY 1.   Ran aground and wrecked 12 May 1969 off Porthcothan, 6 nautical miles S. Padstow. DMSEAFOX001001  HMS/RFA  Sea Fox.  F114/A214.  Subsequent name: Roubahe Darya.  Victualling Stores Issuing Ship.  Buider:  Jas. Pollack, Son & Co Ltd, Faversham.  Laid down: 31 December 1943.  Launched: 16 May 1946.  Into Service:  24 January 1952. Sold out of service: December 1958.  Fate unknown.
DMSEAGIANT001001  HMS Sea Giant.  A288.  Rescue Tug of the Samson Class.  Built by Alex Hall.  Completed  1955.  Laid up 1974.  29 April 1977 sold for scrap. DMSEAGIANT002001  HMS Sea Giant.  A288.  Rescue Tug of the Samson Class.  Built by Alex Hall.  Completed  1955.  Laid up 1974.  29 April 1977 sold for scrap. DMSEASALVOR001001  HMS Sea Salvor.  A503.   KING SALVOR Class Ocean Salvage Ship.  RN manned to 24 Jan 1948 when she was transferred to RFA conditions.  Builder:  Goole Ship Building, Goole.  Laid down: 9 August 1942.  Launched: 22 April 1943.  Into Service: February 1944.  Out of service: April 1971. 8 January 1973 sold for scrap and broken up. DMSERBOL001001  HMS/RFA Serbol.  X68/X62/B521/A162.   SECOND 2000t BELGOL CLASS Tanker. RN manned until20 Oct 1919 when transferred to RFA conditions.   Builder: Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co Ltd, Dundee.  Launched: 7 July 1917.  Into Service: January 1918.  Out of service: 26 August 1953 laid up at Malta.  30 June 1958 arrived for breaking up.
DMSKOMER001001  PAS Skomer.    Ex HMS Skomer.  T381.  MS 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 into Tank Cleaning Vessel after hostilities and transferred to Port Auxiliary Service. DMSLAVOL001001  RFA Slavol.  X64/X65.  SECOND 2000t BELGOL CLASS Tanker.  Builder: Greenock and Grangemouth Dockyard Company.   Launched: 21 April 1917.  Into Service: 1 November 1917.  Out of service:  26 March 1942.  26 March 1942 was torpedoed by German Submarine U205 off Sidi Barrani, Egypt and sank. DMSNIDER001001  NAV/PAS Snider.  Gatling Class Armaments Carrier.   Built 1945.  No further data. DMSPA001001  RFA Spa.  X92/A192.  SPA CLASS Water Carrier.  Builder: Phillip & Sons, Dartmouth.  Laid down:  26 September 1940.  Launched: 8 November 1941.  Into Service:  24 April 1942.   Broken up 9 October 1970.
DMSPABROOK001001  RFA/PAS Spabrook.  X127/A224.  SPA CLASS Water Carrier.  Builder:  Phillips & Son, Dartmouth.  Laid down: 16 September 1943.  Launched: 24 August 1944.  Into Service: 12 December 1944.  19 Dec 1952 transferred to Port Auxiliary Service at Malta.  Out of service: 1977.  13 September 1977 - arrived at Briton Ferry for breaking up. DMSPABROOK002001  RFA/PAS Spabrook.  X127/A224.  SPA CLASS Water Carrier.  Builder:  Phillips & Son, Dartmouth.  Laid down: 16 September 1943.  Launched: 24 August 1944.  Into Service: 12 December 1944.  19 Dec 1952 transferred to Port Auxiliary Service at Malta.  Out of service: 1977.  13 September 1977 - arrived at Briton Ferry for breaking up. DMSPABURN001001  RFA Spaburn.  X122/A257.  SPA CLASS Water Carrier.  Builder: Phillip & Son Ltd, Dartmouth.  Ordered: May 1944.  Laid down: 7 October 1944.  Launched: 5 January 1946.  Into Service: 12 April 1946. Out of service:  1977.  1963 transferred to Port Auxiliary Service at the Clyde.  1971 into Reserve.  August 1977 arrived at Dalmuir for breaking up. DMSPALAKE001001  RFA Spalake.  X123/A260.  SPA CLASS Water Carrier.  Builder:  Hill & Sons, Bristol.  Laid down: 13 August 1945.  Launched: 10 August 1946.  Into Service: 28 November 1946.  Out of service: 1947.  Broken up August 1977.
DMSPALAKE002001  RFA Spalake.  X123/A260.  SPA CLASS Water Carrier.  Builder:  Hill & Sons, Bristol.  Laid down: 13 August 1945.  Launched: 10 August 1946.  Into Service: 28 November 1946.  Out of service: 1947.  Broken up August 1977. DMSPRITE001001  HMS Sprite.  W53.  Paddle Tug of the Robust class.  Launched 23 Aug 1915.  Sold 27 March 1960. DMSTABBS001001  HMS St. Abbs.  W02.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched 17 Dec 1918.  Commissioned 5 Mar 1919.  Sunk by German aircraft off Dunkirk on 1 June 1940. DMSTBLAZEY001001  HMS St. Blazey.  W46.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by J. Cran & Somerville Ltd. (Leith, UK).  Launched 16 Jan 1919.  Commissioned Aug 1919.  Dockyard Tug at Bermuda.  Sunk as a target off Bermuda 12 July 1946.
DMSTCYRUS001001  HMS St. Cyrus.  W47.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by J. Crichton & Co Ltd. (Saltney, U.K.).  Launched 5 Apr 1919.  Mined and sunk off the Humber on 22 January 1941. DMSTCYRUS002001  HMS St. Cyrus.  W47.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by J. Crichton & Co Ltd. (Saltney, U.K.).  Launched 5 Apr 1919.  Mined and sunk off the Humber on 22 January 1941. DMSTDAY001001  HMS St. Day.  W55.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Taikoo Dockyard and Engineering Co. (Hongkong).  Launched 20 Nov 1918.  Commissioned Mar 1919. DMSTDAY002001  HMS St. Day.  W55.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Taikoo Dockyard and Engineering Co. (Hongkong).  Launched 20 Nov 1918.  Commissioned Mar 1919.
DMSTEADY001001  PAS Steady.  Ex HMS Miner VII.  Admiralty Type Controlled Minelayer.  Adapted as a Stabilisation Trials Vessel at Portsmouth 1959/60 and renamed Steady.  Operated by the Port Auxiliary Service. DMSTEADY002001  HMS Steady.  Mooring vessel of the Trinculo class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Launched 30 Mar 1916.  Commissioned	18 Apr 1916.  Mined off Newhaven on 17 July 1940. DMSTEADY003001  HMS Steady.  Mooring vessel of the Trinculo class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Launched 30 Mar 1916.  Commissioned	18 Apr 1916.  Mined off Newhaven on 17 July 1940. DMSTFAGAN001001  HMS St. Fagan.   W74.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Lytham Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Lytham, U.K.).  Launched 21 Sep 1918.  Commissioned Mar 1919.  Sunk by German aircraft off Dunkirk on 1 June 1940.
DMSTISSEY001001  HMS St. Issey.  W25.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Napier & Miller (Old Kirkpatrick, Scotland).  Launched 1918.  Commissioned 28 Dec 1918.  On 28 December 1942 she was torpedoed and sunk by U-617 off Benghazi, Lybia. DMSTJUST001001  HMS St. Just.  W90.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Napier & Miller (Old Kirkpatrick, Scotland).  Commissioned Feb 1919.  Scuttled at Palembang Harbor by Crew 14 Feb 1942. DMSTMARGARETS001001  CS St. Margarets.  No data. DMSTMARTIN001001  HMS St. Martin.  W27.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Livingstone & Cooper Ltd. (Hessle, UK).  Launched Sep 1919.  Commissioned Nov 1919.
DMSTMARTIN002001  HMS St. Martin.  W27.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Livingstone & Cooper Ltd. (Hessle, UK).  Launched Sep 1919.  Commissioned Nov 1919. DMSTMELLONS001001  HMS St. Mellons.  W81.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 30 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 30 Dec 1918. DMSTMELLONS002001  HMS St. Mellons.  W81.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 30 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 30 Dec 1918. DMSTMELLONS003001  HMS St. Mellons.  W81.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Launched 30 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 30 Dec 1918.
DMSTMUNGOMMS1060001001  HMS St. Mungo/MMS 1060.  FY1060.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS II class.  Built by Clare Shipbuilding (Meteghan, Canada).  Ordered 18 Dec 1942.  Launched 20 Mar 1945.  Commissioned 2 May 1945.  Sold on 12 January 1958. DMSTOBOCASTLE001001  HMS Stobo Castle.  W73.  Former name C102.  Tug.  Built by John Cran, Leith.  Launched 1917.  Sold for scrap 8 Aug 1963. DMSTOMAR001001  HMS St. Omar.  W34.  Rescue Tug of the Saint class.  Built by Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched 15 Sep 1919.  Commissioned Jun 1920.  Based at Gibraltar. Disposed of 6 Nov 1947. DMSTONECHAT001001  HMCS Stonechat.  M25.  Minelayer of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1943.  Laid down 23 Feb 1944.  Launched 28 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 12 Nov 1944.  Transferred by the Royal Navy to the Royal Canadian Navy upon completion.  Returned to the Royal Navy in 1946.  Srapped in 1967.  No further data.
DMSUPERMAN001001  HMS Superman.  Rescue Tug.  Samson Class.  Built by Alex Hall.  Launched 1954.  Sold out of service 6 Dec 1979. DMSUPERMAN002001  HMS Superman.  W89.  Rescue Tug.  Launched 1933.  Requisitioned and Commissioned 1939.   Returned to owners 1945. DMSWARTHY001001  HMS Swarthy.  W12.  Paddle Tug of the Robust class.  Built by Thorneycroft.  Completed 1913 as HMS Sturdy.  Renamed Swarthy 1916.  Scrapped 24 March 1961 in Cork. Ordered	  Laid down	  Launched	12 Nov 1912 DMSWIN001001  HMS/RFA Swin. A506.   Former name:  HMS Shipway.  Subsequent name: Francis A Holmes.  KIN CLASS Coastal Salvage Vessel.  Builder:  Alexander Hall, Aberdeen.   Laid down: 14 June 1943.  Launched: 25 March 1944.  Into Service: 23 October 1944. Manned by RN until 1946 when transferred to civilian manning under RFA conditions. Out of service: 1967.  Sold out of service and renamed Francis A Holmes.
DMSWIN002001  HMS/RFA Swin. A506.   Former name:  HMS Shipway.  Subsequent name: Francis A Holmes.  KIN CLASS Coastal Salvage Vessel.  Builder:  Alexander Hall, Aberdeen.   Laid down: 14 June 1943.  Launched: 25 March 1944.  Into Service: 23 October 1944. Manned by RN until 1946 when transferred to civilian manning under RFA conditions. Out of service: 1967.  Sold out of service and renamed Francis A Holmes. DMSWIN003001  HMS/RFA Swin. A506.   Former name:  HMS Shipway.  Subsequent name: Francis A Holmes.  KIN CLASS Coastal Salvage Vessel.  Builder:  Alexander Hall, Aberdeen.   Laid down: 14 June 1943.  Launched: 25 March 1944.  Into Service: 23 October 1944. Manned by RN until 1946 when transferred to civilian manning under RFA conditions. Out of service: 1967.  Sold out of service and renamed Francis A Holmes. DMSWIN004001  HMS/RFA Swin. A506.   Former name:  HMS Shipway.  Subsequent name: Francis A Holmes.  KIN CLASS Coastal Salvage Vessel.  Builder:  Alexander Hall, Aberdeen.   Laid down: 14 June 1943.  Launched: 25 March 1944.  Into Service: 23 October 1944. Manned by RN until 1946 when transferred to civilian manning under RFA conditions. Out of service: 1967.  Sold out of service and renamed Francis A Holmes. DMTAMURE001001  HMNZS Tamure.  Ex Q1193.  Motor launch HDML class.  Completed	1943.  Decommissioned 1945.  Renamed Tamure  P3555 in 1950.  No further data.
DMTANAC35001001  HMS Tanac 35.  Name derived from Tugs Canadian.  Built by German & Milne, Montreal, Canada. Transferred from Army to RN and arrived Portsmouth 10 Jan 1948.  Sold for scrap 1 Nov 1973. DMTANAC56001001  HMS Tanac 56.   Name derived from Tugs Canadian.  Crossley engined.  28 Dec 1945 at Malta.  Sold out of service 6 Aug 1968. DMTANAC60001001  HMS Tanac 60.   Name derived from Tugs Canadian.  Crossley engined.  Transferred from Venice to Malta 1 Jan 1946.  Jan 1953 transferred to CD's Dept & civilian manned.  Sold out of service 6 Aug 1968 and renamed St Michael. DMTANAC83001001  HMS Tanac 83.   Name derived from Tugs Canadian.  Built by Central Bridge Co, Trenton, Ontario, Canada.  Transferred to CD's Dept Malta Jan 1946 from Venice.  Sold at Pembroke 10 Aug 1979.
DMTANAC83002001  HMS Tanac 83.   Name derived from Tugs Canadian.  Built by Central Bridge Co, Trenton, Ontario, Canada.  Transferred to CD's Dept Malta Jan 1946 from Venice.  Sold at Pembroke 10 Aug 1979. DMTENACITY001001  HMS Tenacity.  W18.  Former name HMS Diligent.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 27 Dec 1939.  Launched 22 Jun 1940.  Commissioned 19 Oct 1940.  Renamed Tenacity in November 1940.  Renamed Adherent in 1947. Sold into mercantile cervice in 1960 being renamed Hermes. DMTHERMOL001001  RFA Thermol.   X45/X71.  Subsequent names:   BROCODALE H,  JULIA C.   FIRST 2000t CLASS Harbour Tanker.  Builder: Greenock, Grangemouth.  Launched: 29 April 1916.  Into Service: August 1916. Out of service:  1947 Sold out of Service.  2 June 1947 renamed Brocodale H.  1 Oct 1948 sold to J.Coulpas and renamed Julia C.  Broken up 22 July 1954. DMTHROSK001001  HMS/PAS/RMAS Throsk.  Naval Armaments Vessel.  RN manned until post WWII then civilian manned by Naval Armaments, taken over by Port Auxiliary Service and then Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service.  No data.
DMTID3001001  HMS TID 30.  Wartime build of 183 Dockyard Tugs.  Completed 8 June 1943.  Ministry of War Transport Naval Service. 10 Nov 1944 transferred to Army Service with 21 Army Group.  Sold out of service 1947 and renamed Gedu. DMTID32001001  HMS TID 32.  Wartime build of 183 Dockyard Tugs.  Completed 19 Aug 1943.  In War Dept Service.  Sept 1944 transferred to Portsmouth then on 5 Mar 1945 to Nore Command.  Sold for scrap 27 Jan 1967. DMTID50001001  HMS TID 50.  Wartime build of 183 Dockyard Tugs.  Completed 31 Dec 1943.  In service at Portsmouth and Portland.  Sold for scrap 1968. DMTID99001001  HMS TID 99.  Wartime build of 183 Dockyard Tugs.  Completed 22 Sept 1944. Allocated to service at Rouen.  16 Mar 1945 re-allocated to Portsmouth. 3 sept 1957 to Portsmouth CD's Dept. Sold for scrap 11 June 1973.
DMTRV1001001  HMS/PAS TRV1.  Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  No further data. DMTRV1002001  HMS/PAS TRV1.  Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  No further data. DMTRV2001001  HMS/PAS TRV2.  Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  No further data. DMTRV3001001  HMS/PAS TRV3.  Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  No further data.
DMTRV4001001  HMS/PAS TRV4.  Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  No further data. DMTRV72001001  HMS/PAS TRV72.  Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  No further data. DMTRV72002001  HMS/PAS TRV72.  Torpedo Recovery Vessel.  No further data. DMTRYPHON001001  HMS/PAS Tryphon.  W87.  Rescue Tug of the Assurance class. Launched as HMS Stormcock but name changed to HMS Stormking prior to commissioning.   RN manned until taken over as a Dockyard Tug in 1947 and renamed Tryphon.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Laid down 30 Jul 1942.  Launched 24 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 29 Mar 1943.  Sold on 1 July 1957 and renamed Melanie Fair. Sold in 1961 to Imprese Maritime e Portuali in Genoa, Italy and renamed Toro. Broken for scrap in the spring of 1969.    Former name	Stormcock
DMUPLIFTER001001  HMS/RFA/RMAS Uplifter.  W06/A507.  Salvage vessel of the Dispenser class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.)    Laid down 13 Mar 1943. Launched	29 Nov 1943.  Commissioned Apr 1944.  RN manned until end of hostilities then civilian manned under RFA conditions.  Transferred to RMAS 1970.  Broken up for scrap June 1986. DMUPNOR001001  RFA Upnor.    Y2.3.  Armament Stores Carrier.  Builder:  J.McArthur & Co., Paisley.  Launched:  30 March 1899.   Into Service:  28 June 1899.  Out of service:  5 September 1951.  Deleted from the register 1952. DMVOLATILE002001  HMS Volatile.  W61.  Tug of the Dromedary class.  Built by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched 21 Sep 1899.  Scrapped at Grays, Essex, England in April 1957. DMVOLATILE003001  HMS Volatile.  W61.  Tug of the Dromedary class.  Built by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched 21 Sep 1899.  Scrapped at Grays, Essex, England in April 1957.
DMWARAFRIDI001001  RFA War Afridi.   Y7.337/X90.  WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker - 7 cargo tanks.  Builder:  Robert Duncan, Port Glasgow.  Launched:  11 November 1919.  Into Service:  29 January 1920.  Out of service: 1947.  Broken up Aug 1958. DMWARBAHADUR001001  RFA War Bahadur.   WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  Armstrong Whitworth, Low Walker.  Launched:  4 November 1917.  Into Service:  December 1918.  Out of service:  1939  Hulked.   Broken up 22 Sept DMWARBHARATA001001  RFA War Bharata.  X89.  Subsequent name:  Wolf Rock. WAR Class freighting tanker.   Builder: Palmers, Jarrow.  Launched: 24 November 1919.  Into Service:  20 March 1920.  1948 sold out of service to Verarno Steamship Company, London and name changed to Wolf Rock.  15 May 1953 arrived Troon for breaking up. DMWARBHARATA002001  RFA War Bharata.  X89.  Subsequent name:  Wolf Rock. WAR Class freighting tanker. Builder: Palmers, Jarrow.  Launched: 24 November 1919.  Into Service:  20 March 1920.  1948 sold out of service to Verarno Steamship Company, London and name changed to Wolf Rock.  15 May 1953 arrived Troon for breaking up.
DMWARBRAHMIN001001  RFA War Brahmin.    Y7.338/X91/A288.     WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  Lithgows Ltd, Port Glasgow.  Launched:  28 November 1919.  Into service:  February 1920.  1959 sold for scrap.   5 February 1960 arrived La Spezi in tow of the Dutch tug RODE ZEE for breaking up. DMWARBRAHMIN002001  RFA War Brahmin.    Y7.338/X91/A288.     WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  Lithgows Ltd, Port Glasgow.  Launched:  28 November 1919.  Into service:  February 1920.  1959 sold for scrap.   5 February 1960 arrived La Spezi in tow of the Dutch tug RODE ZEE for breaking up. DMWARDEN001001  RFA Warden.   W170/A309.  Subsequent names: TWYFORD,   Nisos Delos,    Vernicos Dimitrios.  Class:  Bustler Class Fleet Tug.  Builder:  Henry Robb, Leith, Scotland.  Launched:  28 June 1945.   Into Service: 1959.  Out of service:  January 1965.  Sold to Greek interests. DMWARDIWAN001001  RFA War Diwan.   Y7.333/X86.   WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.   Builder: Lithgows, Port Glasgow.  Launched: 28 June 1919.  Into Service:  21 August 1919.  Out of service:  16 December 1944.  16 December 1944 while on passage from Southend to Antwerp in convoy TAM19 between buoy NF15 and buoy NF17 was  mined and split in two. Both parts grounded.
DMWARHINDOO001001  RFA War Hindoo.    Y7.334/X87/A287.    WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  Wm. Hamilton & Co Ltd, Glen Yard, Port Glasgow.  Launched:  30 September 1919.  Into Service:  October 1919. Out of service:  1958.  9 May 1958 arrived Blyth for breaking up. DMWARKRISHNA001001  RFA War Krishna.   Y7.335/X88.    WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  Swan Hunter WR, Low Walker.  Launched:  24 October 1919.  Into Service:  26 November 1919.  Out of service: 31 December 1946.  2 March 1949 arrived for breaking up at Karachi. DMWARPATHAN001001  RFA War Pathan.  Y7.326/X84.   Subsequent name:  Basing Bank.   WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  Sir James Laing & Sons Ltd, Deptford Yard, Sunderland.  Launched:  19 March 1919.  Into Service:  1921.  Sold out of service:  16 October 1947  July 1949 and renamed Basing Bank.  July 1949 purchased by R. de Corte and towed to Antwerp for scrap.  March 1950 scrapped Antwerp. DMWARSEPOY001001  RFA War Sepoy.   Y7.322/X83.      WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  William Gray & Company, Hartlepool.  Launched:  5 December 1918.  Into Service:  1921.  Out of service:  19 July 1940 . After severe damage by air raids on Dover, on 7 September 1940 she was scuttled with holds full of concrete blocking the western entrance at Dover Harbour.
DMWARSIRDAR001001  RFA War Sirdar.   Y7.339.   Subsequent name:  Honan Maru.  WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  Laings, Deptford Yard.  Launched:  6 December 1919.  Into Service:  February 1920.  Out of service:   28 February 1942.  28 February 1942 stranded on the Jong Reef at Batavia.  1 March 1942 declared a total loss.   March 1942 salvaged by Japanese forces and renamed Honan Maru.  5 April 1945 captured by US Forces and destroyed by incendiaries and explosives. DMWARSUDRA001001  RFA War Sudra.   Y7.342/X95   Subsequent name:  Germaine.  WAR CLASS Freighting Tanker.  Builder:  Palmers, Hebburn.  Launched:  18 March 1920.  Into Service:  1921.  Out of service:  Sold 1951. 1951 Name changed to Germaine by Cia Maritima Iguana, Panama.  December 1954 arrived for breaking up at Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, Holland. DMWATTLE001001  HMAS Wattle.  Dockyard Tug built by the Cockatoo Island Shipyard, Sydney, Australia and launched in 1933. Civilian manned until 1969 when sold out of service.  Run as a pleasure ship until 2003 when she failed a survey and was withdrawn from commercial service.  Believed to be a preserved heritage ship. DMWAVEBARON001001  RFA Wave Baron.   X137/A242.   Previous name:  Empire Flodden.  WAVE CLASS  Replenishment Oiler (modified).    Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding Company, Haverton Hill.  Laid down:  1 Sept. 1944.  Launched: 19 February 1946.  Into Service:  1 April 1946.  Out of service:  December 1969- laid up.  1972 Sold for breaking up.
DMWAVECHIEF001001  RFA Wave Chief.   X119/A265.   Previous name:  Empire Edgehill.  WAVE CLASS  Replenishment Oiler (modified).   Builder:  Harland & Wolff, Govan.  Launched: 4 April 1946.  Into Service:  30 July 1946.  Out of service:  August 1974.  Broken up 13 November 1974. DMWAVECOMMANDER001001  RFA Wave Commander.  X132/A244.  Previous name:  Empire Paladin.  WAVE CLASS  Freighting Oiler (unmodified).   Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding Co, Haverton Hill.  Laid down:  1 April 1943. Launched:  21 April 1944.  Into Service: 16 May 1948.  Out of service:  22 October 1958.  Broken up by T.W.Ward Ltd at Inverkeithing. DMWAVECONQUEROR001001  RFA Wave Conqueror.   X131/A245.  Previous name:  Empire Law.  WAVE CLASS  Freighting Oiler (unmodified) .  Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding, Haverton Hill.   Laid down:  16 Dec 1942.  Launched:   27 November 1943.  Into Service:  1946.  Out of service:  1958.    Broken up 23 April 1960 at Spezia by CN del Golfo. DMWAVEDUKE001001  RFA Wave Duke.  X138/A246.   Previous name:  Empire Mars.  WAVE CLASS  Freighting Oiler (unmodified).  Builder:  Laings, Deptford Yard, Sunderland.  Launched: 16 November 1944.  Into Service:     16 November 1946.  Out of service:  30 April 1960.  Broken Up 25 December 1969 in Bilbao, Spain.
DMWAVEEMPEROR001001  RFA Wave Emperor.  X100/B523/A100.  WAVE CLASS  Freighting  Oiler (unmodified).   Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding Company, Haverton Hill.  Laid down 19 Sept 1943.  Launched:  16 October 1944. Into Service:  20 December 1944.  Out of service: Arrived at Barrow for breaking up 19 June 1960. DMWAVEGOVERNOR001001  RFA Wave Governor.   X103/B524/A247.   WAVE CLASS  Freighting Oiler (unmodified).   Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding, Haverton-Hill-on-Tees.  Laid down:  19 Sept 1943.  Launched: 30 November 1944.  Into Service:  8 March 1945.  Out of service:  1960.  Broken Up 22 August 1960. DMWAVEKING001001  RFA Wave King.    X82/B525/A182.   Previous name:  Empire Sheba.  WAVE CLASS  Freighting  Oiler (unmodified).   Builder:   Harland & Wolff (Govan).  Laid down 23 March 1943.  Launched:  6 April 1944.  Into Service:  22 July 1944.  Out of Service:  1956 - Laid up at Portsmouth, Hampshire.  Broken up 16 April 1960. DMWAVEKNIGHT001001  RFA Wave Knight.  X139/A249.  Previous name:  Empire Naseby.   WAVE CLASS  Replenishment  Oiler (modified).  Builder:  Sir J Laing & Sons Ltd, Sunderland.  Launched:  22 October 1945.  Into Service: 28 January 1947.  Out of service:  1964.  Broken up 19 October 1964.
DMWAVELAIRD001001  RFA Wave Laird.   X129/!A119.   Previous name:  Empire Dunbar.  WAVE CLASS  Freighting  Oiler (unmodified).  Builder:  Laings, Deptford Yard.  Launched:  3 April 1946.  Into Service:  30 September 1946.  Out of service:  Oct 1969.   Broken up March 1970. DMWAVELIBERATOR001001  RFA Wave Liberator.  X140/A248.    Previous name: Empire Milner.  WAVE CLASS Freighting  Oiler (unmodified).  Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding Company.  Launched:  9 February 1944.  Into Service:  1946 renamed Wave Liberator.  Out of service:  1959.  Scrapped Hong Kong 4 May 1959. DMWAVEMASTER001001  RFA Wave Master.    X133/A193.   Previous name:  Empire Salisbury.  WAVE CLASS  Replenishment  Oiler (modified).   Builder:  Sir J Laing & Sons, Sunderland.  Laid down 1943.  Launched:  20 May 1944.  Into Service:  December 1946.  Out of service:  23 September 1962.   Broken up May 1963. DMWAVEMONARCH001001  RFA Wave Monarch.    X108/B526/A108.   Previous name:  Empire Venus.  Subsequent name:  Noema.  WAVE CLASS Oiler (modified).    Builder:  Harland & Wolff Ltd., (Govan).  Laid down 17 June 1943.      Launched: 6 July 1944.  Into Service:  3 November 1944.  Out of service:  March 1960 sold out of service.  Broken up 8 February 1964.
DMWAVEPREMIER001001  RFA Wave Premier.   X65/A129.    Previous name:  Empire Marston.  WAVE CLASS  Freighting  Oiler (unmodified).   Builder: Furness Shipbuilding Co.  Laid down:  6 June 1945.  Launched:  27 June 1946.  Into Service:  December 1946.  Out of service:  9 June 1959.  Broken Up 13 June 1960. DMWAVEPRINCE001001  RFA Wave Prince.   X134/A207.   Previous name:  Empire Herald.   WAVE CLASS  Replenishment  Oiler (modified).  Builder: Sir J Laing & Sons Ltd., Sunderland.  Launched:  27 July 1945.  Into Service:  March 1946.  Out of service:  1966.  Broken up 16 December 1971. DMWAVEPROTECTOR001001  RFA Wave Protector.  X136/A215.  Previous name:  Empire Protector.  WAVE CLASS  Freighting  Oiler (unmodified).  Builder:   Furness Shipbuilding Company.  Launched:  20 July 1944.  Into Service: 1946.  Out of service:  March 1958 hulked at Malta.  Broken up 1963. DMWAVEREGENT001001  RFA Wave Regent.   X110/B522/A210.   WAVE CLASS  Freighting  Oiler (unmodified).  Laid down:  28 April 1944.  Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding Company.  Launched:  29 March 1945.  Into Service:  31 May 1945.  Out of service:  May 1959.  Broken up 29 June 1960.
DMWAVERULER001001  RFA Wave Ruler.    X135/A212.    Previous name:   Empire Evesham.   WAVE CLASS  Replenishment  Oiler (modified).  Laid down: 27 October 1944.  Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding Company, Teeside. Launched: 17 January 1946.  Into Service:  April 1946.  Out of service:  1971 became a fuel hulk at RAF Gan, Indian Ocean.  Sold December 1975 for breaking up. DMWAVESOVEREIGN001001  RFA Wave Sovereign.    X111/A211.  WAVE CLASS  Replenishment  Oiler (modified).  Laid down:  10 May 1944.  Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding Company.  Launched:  20 November 1945.  Into Service: 28 February 1946.  Out of service:  1966.  May 1967 broken up Singapore. DMWAVEVICTOR001001  RFA Wave Victor.    X130/A220.   Previous name:  Empire Bounty.  Subsequent name:  San Orient.  WAVE CLASS  Replenishment  Oiler (modified).  Laid down:  16 November 1942.  Builder:  Furness Shipbuilding Company.  Launched:  30 September 1943.  Into Service:  1946.  Outof Service:  Fuel Hulk.   Scrapped 1981. DMWESTBAY001001  HMS West Bay.  Tug of the West class.  Built by W.J. Yarwood & Sons Ltd. (Northwich, U.K.).  Launched 23 Nov 1918.  Commissioned Oct 1919.  Based at Portsmouth until 10 July 1946.Care & Maintenance until 23 July 1953 then sold and renamed Larkspur.
DPSALM001  RMAS Salmaid  A187  Mooring & Salvage Vessel DPSALM002  RMAS Salmaid  A187  Morring & Salvage Vessel DPSALM003  RMAS Salmaid  A187  Mooring & Salvage Vessel DPSALM004  RMAS Salmaid  A187  Mooring & Salvage Vessel
DPSALM005  RMAS Salmaid  A187  Mooring & Salvage Vessel DPSALM006  RMAS Salmaid  A187  Mooring & Salvage Vessel DPSALM007  RMAS Salmaid  A187  Mooring & Salvage Vessel DPSALM008  RMAS Salmaid  A187  Mooring & Salvage Vessel
DPSEA002  Searcher  HM Customs Cutter DPSEAR001  Searcher   HM Customs Cutter DPSEAR002  Searcher   HM Customs Cutter DPSEAR003  Searcher   HM Customs Cutter
DPSEAR004  Searcher   HM Customs Cutter DPSENT004  HM Customs Cutter. Sentinel.  Built 1993 DPSIBE001  RFA Sir Bedivere  L3004  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIBE002  RFA Sir Bedivere  L3004  Landing Ship Logistic
DPSIBE003  RFA Sir Bedivere  L3004  Landing Ship Logistic DPSICA001  RFA Sir Caradoc  L3522  ex Grey Master STUFT Ship for Falklands DPSICA002  RFA Sir Caradoc  L3522  ex Grey Master STUFT Ship for Falklands DPSICA003  RFA Sir Caradoc  L3522  ex Grey Master STUFT ship for Falklands
DPSIGA001  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA002  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA003  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA004  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic
DPSIGA005  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA006  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA007  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA008  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic
DPSIGA009  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA010  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic (Sunk in Falklands) DPSIGA011  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA012  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic
DPSIGA013  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGA014  RFA Sir Galahad  L3005  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGE001  RFA Sir Geraint  L3027  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGE002  RFA Sir Geraint  L3027  Landing Ship Logistic
DPSIGE003  RFA Sir Geraint  L3027  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIGE004  RFA Sir Geraint  L3027  Landing Ship Logistic DPSILA001  RFA Sir Lancelot  L3029  Landing Ship Logistic DPSILA002  RFA Sir Lancelot  L3029  Landing Ship Logistic
DPSILA003  RFA Sir Lancelot  L3029  Landing Ship Logistic DPSILK001  RFA Sir Lamorak  L3532  ex Lakespan Ontario STUFT for Falklands DPSIPE001  RFA Sir Percivale  L3036  Landing Ship Logistic DPSIPE002  RFA Sir Percivale  L3036  landing Ship Logistic
DPSIRGA001  RFA Sir Galahad L3005 Landing Ship Logistic DPSITR001  RFA Sir Tristram  L3505  Landing Ship Logistic DPSITR002  RFA Sir Tristram  L3505  Landing Ship Logistic DPSITR003  RFA Sir Tristram  L3505  Landing Ship Logistic
DPSTHE001  St Helena   STUFT for Falklands as Minesweeper Support Ship DPSTHE002  St Helena  STUFT for Falklands as Minesweeper Support Ship DPSTMA001  HM Cable Ship St Margaret (classed as RFA) DPSTMA002  St Margarets  A259  Cable Ship (classed as RFA)
DPSTMA003  St Margarets  A259  Cable Ship (classed as RFA) DPSTRO001  RFA Stromness  A344  Fleet Stores Ship DPSTRO002  RFA Stromness  A344  Fleet Stores Ship DPTARB001  RFA Tarbatness  A345  Fleet Stores Ship
DPTIDP002  RFA Tidepool  A76   Fleet Support Tanker DPTIDP003  RFA Tidepool  A76   Fleet Support Tanker DPTIRE001  RFA Tidereach.  A 96.  Tide-class replenishment oiler of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary.  Launched on 2 June 1954.  Tidereach was commissioned on 30 August 1955 and served until March 1978.  She was then laid up in Portsmouth for disposal. On 22 February 1979 she was sold for scrap, and left Portsmouth under tow on 16 March 1979. On 20 March 1979 she arrived at Bilbao, Spain to be broken up DPTISP001  RFA Tidespring  A75  Fleet Stores Ship
DPTISP002  RFA Tidespring  A75  Fleet Stores Ship DPTYPH001  RMAS Typhoon  A95  Ocean Going Tug DPTYPH002  RMAS Typhoon  A95  Ocean Going Tug DPVENS001  Venturous  HM Customs Launch
DPVIC55  PAS Vic 55. Auxiliary Victualling Vessel DPVINC001  Vincent   HM Customs Cutter DPVINC002  Vincent   HM Customs Cutter DPVINC003  Vincent   HM Customs Cutter
DPVINC004  Vincent   HM Customs Cutter DPVINC005  Vincent   HM Customs Cutter DPWACH001  RMAS Wave Chief   A265  Fleet Support Tanker DPWAFL001  RMAS Waterfowl  Y31  Water Carrier
DPWAFL002  RMAS Waterfowl  Y31  Water Carrier DPWAKN001  RFA Wave Knight  A389  Fleet Support Tanker DPWAKN002  RFA Wave Knight  A389  Fleet Support Tanker DPWAKN003  RFA Wave Knight  A389  Fleet Support Tanker
DPWALA001  RFA Wave Laird  A119  Fleet Support Tanker DPWAMO001  RFA Wave Monarch   Fleet Support Tanker DPWAPR001  RFA Wave Protector.  A215.    Fleet Support Tanker DPWARE001  RFA Wave Regent    Fleet Support Tanker
DPWASO001  RFA Wave Sovereign  A211  Fleet Support Tanker DPWATR001  RMAS Water Tractors DPWHIM001  RFA Whimbrel? Stores Carrier? No data available. DPYC345001  YC 345  Powered Mooring Lighter
DPYC484001  YC 484  Powered Mooring Lighter PSVIG001  Vigilant   HM Customs Cutter PSWARU001  RFA Wave Ruler  A390  Fleet Support Tanker PSWAT001  RMASV Waterman A146   Auxiliary Fresh Water Boat
UNKTIDP001  RFA Tidepool A76   Royal Fleet Auxiliary Fleet Replenishment Tanker