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BHABD001  HMS Abdiel. M 39.  Fast Minelayer. Lead ship of class. Launched April 1940. Sunk by mines in Taranto Harbour, September 1943. BHABD002  HMS Abdiel. M 39.  Fast Minelayer. Lead ship of class. Launched April 1940. Sunk by mines in Taranto Harbour, September 1943. BHABD003  HMS Abdiel. M 39.  Fast Minelayer. Lead ship of class. Launched April 1940. Sunk by mines in Taranto Harbour, September 1943. BHABD004  HMS Abdiel. M 39.  Fast Minelayer. Lead ship of class. Launched April 1940. Sunk by mines in Taranto Harbour, September 1943.
BHACT001  HMS Actaeon. Modified Black Swan class sloop launched in 1945 and sold to West Germany in 1959 as Hipper. She was hulked in 1964 and sold for breaking up in 1967. BHACT002  HMS Actaeon. Modified Black Swan class sloop launched in 1945 and sold to West Germany in 1959 as Hipper. She was hulked in 1964 and sold for breaking up in 1967. BHALCA001  HMS Allington Castle.  K 689.  Castle Class Corvette.  Launched Feb 1944. Served as Convoy Escort to end of war. Home Fleet to 1947 then reserve until sold for scrapping Dec 1958. BHAMCA001  HMS Amberley Castle.  K 386/F 386. Castle Class Corvette. Launched Nov 1943. Served as Convoy Escort till end of war then to reserve at Portsmouth until 1952. Transferred to Reserve at Penarth 1953 to 1957 then converted to Weather Ship and re-named 'Weather Advisor'. Re-named 'Admiral Fitzroy 1976 and scrapped 1982.
BHAMCA002  HMS Amberley Castle.  K 386/F 386. Castle Class Corvette. Launched Nov 1943. Served as Convoy Escort till end of war then to reserve at Portsmouth until 1952. Transferred to Reserve at Penarth 1953 to 1957 then converted to Weather Ship and re-named 'Weather Advisor'. Re-named 'Admiral Fitzroy 1976 and scrapped 1982. BHAMCA003  HMS Amberley Castle.  K 386/F 386. Castle Class Corvette. Launched Nov 1943. Served as Convoy Escort till end of war then to reserve at Portsmouth until 1952. Transferred to Reserve at Penarth 1953 to 1957 then converted to Weather Ship and re-named 'Weather Advisor'. Re-named 'Admiral Fitzroy 1976 and scrapped 1982. BHAMCA004  HMS Amberley Castle.  K 386/F 386. Castle Class Corvette. Launched Nov 1943. Served as Convoy Escort till end of war then to reserve at Portsmouth until 1952. Transferred to Reserve at Penarth 1953 to 1957 then converted to Weather Ship and re-named 'Weather Advisor'. Re-named 'Admiral Fitzroy 1976 and scrapped 1982. BHAME001  HMS Amethyst.  U 16/F 116.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched May 1943. Sunk U 1276 with depth charges Feb 1945. Modified and redesignated as a Frigate after the war. In April 1949 she was involved in the Yangtse Incident when she was fired on by Chinese Nationalist Forces. Scrapped January 1957.
BHANC001  HMS Alnwick Castle.  K 405.  Castle Class Corvette. Launched May 1944. Scrapped 1958. BHAPOL001  HMS Apollo.  M 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. BHAPOL002  HMS Apollo.  M 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. BHAPOL003  HMS Apollo.  M 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962.
BHAPOL004  HMS Apollo.  M 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. BHAPOL005  HMS Apollo.  M 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. BHAPOL006  HMS Apollo.  M 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. BHAPOL007  HMS Apollo.  M 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962.
BHARIA001  HMS Ariadne.  M 65.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched April 1943. Took part in Operation Stonewall then joined US Seventh Fleet in Pacific. Used for repatriation of  British prisoners of war from Japan until returning to UK 1947. Into Reserve until scrapped June 1965. BHARIA002  HMS Ariadne.  M 65.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched April 1943. Took part in Operation Stonewall then joined US Seventh Fleet in Pacific. Used for repatriation of  British prisoners of war from Japan until returning to UK 1947. Into Reserve until scrapped June 1965. BHARIA003  HMS Ariadne.  M 65.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched April 1943. Took part in Operation Stonewall then joined US Seventh Fleet in Pacific. Used for repatriation of  British prisoners of war from Japan until returning to UK 1947. Into Reserve until scrapped June 1965. BHARIA004  HMS Ariadne.  M 65.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched April 1943. Took part in Operation Stonewall then joined US Seventh Fleet in Pacific. Used for repatriation of  British prisoners of war from Japan until returning to UK 1947. Into Reserve until scrapped June 1965.
BHARKR001  HMS Ark Royal (R09) was an Audacious-class fleet aircraft carrier. She was launched in 1950 and was broken up in 1980. She was originally to have been named HMS Irresistible. BHARKR002  HMS Ark Royal (R09) was an Audacious-class fleet aircraft carrier. She was launched in 1950 and was broken up in 1980. She was originally to have been named HMS Irresistible. BHBACA001  HMS Bamborough Castle. Castle-class corvette. Launched  in Aberdeen, Scotland on 11 January 1944 and commissioned on 30 May 1944. She sank the U-boat U-387 on 9 December 1944 with depth charges whilst escorting the convoy RA-62 from Murmansk to Scapa Flow. After World War II her career was mainly spent in the fleet reserve until she was scrapped in May 1959. BHBACA002  HMS Bamborough Castle. Castle-class corvette. Launched  in Aberdeen, Scotland on 11 January 1944 and commissioned on 30 May 1944. She sank the U-boat U-387 on 9 December 1944 with depth charges whilst escorting the convoy RA-62 from Murmansk to Scapa Flow. After World War II her career was mainly spent in the fleet reserve until she was scrapped in May 1959.
BHBDCA001  HMS Barnard Castle. K 694. Originally laid down as the Castle-class corvette HMS Barnard Castle of the Royal Navy but converted to a convoy rescue, Empire Shelter,  before completion. Launched at Browns shipyard in Kincaid on 5 October 1944, brought into service in 1945 and scrapped in July 1955 at Burght in Belgium. She was owned by the Ministry of War Transport and operated by Ellerman City Line. BHBDCA002  HMS Barnard Castle. K 694. Originally laid down as the Castle-class corvette HMS Barnard Castle of the Royal Navy but converted to a convoy rescue, Empire Shelter,  before completion. Launched at Browns shipyard in Kincaid on 5 October 1944, brought into service in 1945 and scrapped in July 1955 at Burght in Belgium. She was owned by the Ministry of War Transport and operated by Ellerman City Line. BHBECA001  HMS Berkeley Castle.  K387.  Castle-class corvette. Laid down in Glasgow on 23 March 1943,  launched five months later on 19 August and commissioned on 18 November. She served as a convoy escort until the end of the Second World War. Placed in reserve at Harwich. She suffered serious damage when she capsized in dock at Sheerness during severe flooding in February 1953 but was refloated and repaired. Reserve at Sheerness until 1956. Arrived at Grays in Essex on 29 February 1956 for scrapping. BHCACA001  HMS Caistor Castle.  K 690.  Castle-class corvette. Laid down in Aberdeen, Scotland on 28 August 1943. Launched on 22 May 1944.  Commissioned 29 September 1944 and served as a convoy escort until the end of the Second World War. In reserve at Devonport from 1947 until 1948. She represented the Reserve Fleet at the 1953 Coronation Review. She served in the Second Training Squadron at Portland from February 1953 until 1955. She was placed in reserve at Devonport after this until she was scrapped at Troon in 1956.
BHCACA002  HMS Caistor Castle.  K 690.  Castle-class corvette. Laid down in Aberdeen, Scotland on 28 August 1943. Launched on 22 May 1944.  Commissioned 29 September 1944 and served as a convoy escort until the end of the Second World War. In reserve at Devonport from 1947 until 1948. She represented the Reserve Fleet at the 1953 Coronation Review. She served in the Second Training Squadron at Portland from February 1953 until 1955. She was placed in reserve at Devonport after this until she was scrapped at Troon in 1956. BHCBCA001  HMS Carisbrooke Castle.  K 379. Castle-class corvette.  Launched  31 July 1943 and commissioned on 17 November 1943. After World War II she was put into the Fleet Reserve until May 1952, Then  became part of the Second Training Squadron at Portland where she remained until 1956. She took part in the Coronation Review in 1953. In November 1956 she was placed back in the reserve until she was scrapped at Faslane in 1958. BHCBCA002  HMS Carisbrooke Castle.  K 379. Castle-class corvette.  Launched  31 July 1943 and commissioned on 17 November 1943. After World War II she was put into the Fleet Reserve until May 1952, Then  became part of the Second Training Squadron at Portland where she remained until 1956. She took part in the Coronation Review in 1953. In November 1956 she was placed back in the reserve until she was scrapped at Faslane in 1958. BHCOM001  HMS Comet. R26/D26.  'C' Class Destroyer. Launched 22nd June 1944. Commissioned 6th June 1945. Broken up at Troon 23rd October 1962.
BHCOM002  HMS Comet. R26/D26.  'C' Class Destroyer. Launched 22nd June 1944. Commissioned 6th June 1945. Broken up at Troon 23rd October 1962. BHCOM003  HMS Comet. R26/D26.  'C' Class Destroyer. Launched 22nd June 1944. Commissioned 6th June 1945. Broken up at Troon 23rd October 1962. BHCON001  HMS Contest.  R 12/D 48.  'C' Class destroyer launched in 1944 and sold in 1960.  After commissioning in 1946, served with the 6th Destroyer Flotilla in the Far East and also in Home Waters. Placed in Reserve after the Defence Review in 1957 and later placed on the Disposal List. Sold  for demolition by T W Ward  at the Breakers yard in Grays, Essex on 2nd February I960. BHDAI001  HMS Dainty.  D 108. Daring class destroyer launched in 1950 and broken up in 1971.
BHDAR003  HMS Daring.  D 05. Daring-class destroyer launched in 1949 and broken up in 1971. BHDAR004  HMS Daring. D 05.  Daring-class destroyer launched in 1949 and broken up in 1971. BHDEC001  HMS Decoy.  D 106. Daring Class Destroyer launched in 1949 and sold to the Peruvian Navy in. 1970 as BAP Ferré (DM-74), decommissioned in 2007. She was originally to have been named Dragon. BHDEC002  HMS Decoy.  D 106. Daring Class Destroyer launched in 1949 and sold to the Peruvian Navy in. 1970 as BAP Ferré (DM-74), decommissioned in 2007. She was originally to have been named HMS Dragon.
BHDEF001  HMS Defender. D 114.  Daring-class destroyer launched in 1950 and broken up in 1972.. BHDEF002  HMS Defender. D 114.  Daring-class destroyer launched in 1950 and broken up in 1972.. BHDEF003  HMS Defender. D 114.  Daring-class destroyer launched in 1950 and broken up in 1972.. BHDEL001  HMS Delight. D 119. Daring-Class Destroyer. Launched in 1950 and broken up at Inverkeithing in 1971
BHDIAM001  HMS Diamond.  D 35.  Daring-class destroyer launched in 1950 and sold in 1980. BHDIAM002  HMS Diamond.  D 35.  Daring-class destroyer launched in 1950 and sold in 1980. BHDIAM003  HMS Diamond.  D 35.  Daring-class destroyer launched in 1950 and sold in 1980. BHDIAM004  HMS Diamond.  D 35.  Daring-class destroyer launched in 1950 and sold in 1980.
BHDIAN001  HMS Diana.  D 126.  Daring class destroyer, laid down as HMS Druid, but renamed in 1946. Launched in 1952, sold in 1969 to the Peruvian Navy and renamed Palacios. She was struck from their lists in 1993. BHDUC001  HMS Duchess.  D 154.  Daring class destroyer launched in 1951. She was transferred to the Royal Australian Navy in 1964 and was broken up in 1980. BHDUC002  HMS Duchess.  D 154.  Daring class destroyer launched in 1951. She was transferred to the Royal Australian Navy in 1964 and was broken up in 1980. Ships in background are HM Ships Crossbow, Diamond and battleaxe. BHDUC003  HMS Duchess.  D 154.  Daring class destroyer launched in 1951. She was transferred to the Royal Australian Navy in 1964 and was broken up in 1980.
BHDUMCA001  HMS Dumbarton Castle. K388/F388. Built 1944 and saw service in the North Atlantic before being placed into reserve in 1946 before being scrapped. BHDUMCA002  HMS Dumbarton Castle. K388/F388. Built 1944 and saw service in the North Atlantic before being placed into reserve in 1946 before being scrapped. BHEGR001  HMS Egret.  L75. Egret ClassSloop, the lead ship of her class. She was built by J. Samuel White at Cowes, Isle of Wight and was launched on 31 May 1938. Egret had the dubious honor of being the first ship ever to be sunk by a guided missile  on 25 August 1943. BHEMPE001  SS Empire Peacemaker, originally laid down as HMS Scarborough Castle, was a convoy rescue ship. Originally laid down as the Castle class corvette, Scarborough Castle, pennant number K536, but was renamed and converted before completion.
BHERN001  HMS Erne.  U03. Black Swan-class sloop laid down 26 May 1938, launched on 18 April 1939 and commissioned on 3 November 1939.  Erne was reduced to a drill ship on 4 June 1952 and renamed Wessex. She arrived at Antwerp on 27 October 1965 where she was broken up. BHETTR001  HMS Ettrick. K 254. River Class Frigate. Launched Feb 1943. Commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy as HMCS Ettrick Jan 1944. Returned to the RN May 1945. Scrapped June 1953. BHEXE001  HMS Exe.  K 92.  River Class Frigate. Launched March 1942. Served in Escort groups (including 40th Escort Group and Escort Group B3), based at Londonderry, Greenock and Liverpool. During 1942/1945 she was acting as escort for several Atlantic Convoys. Reserve & Landing Craft HQ ship 1946-48. Laid up in reserve 1948/1955. Sold for scrapping in 20 September 1956 and broken up at Preston. BHFACA001  HMS Farnham Castle. K 413.  Castle Class Corvette. Launched 25 April 1944. Went into Sheerness Reserve in 1947. Completed a Tyne refit for the Harwich Reserve on 23 July 1949.  In reserve at Sheerness during 1950-1953. In reserve at West Hartlepool during 1953-1959.  Offered to Norway in 1957 but the deal did not materialise. Arrived at Gateshead on 31 October 1960 to be broken up
BHFLI001  HMS Flint Castle. K383. Castle-class corvette. Launched 1 September 1943. Commissioned  31 December 1944 and served with the Clyde Escort Force until November 1945. She was then transferred to the Second Training Squadron at Portland where she remained until March 1956. Reserve at Devonport Dockyard, until she was scrapped at Faslane in July 1958.  She was used to portray a German anti-submarine vessel in the 1955 movie The Cockleshell Heroes. BHFLI002  HMS Flint Castle. K383. Castle-class corvette. Launched 1 September 1943. Commissioned  31 December 1944 and served with the Clyde Escort Force until November 1945. She was then transferred to the Second Training Squadron at Portland where she remained until March 1956. Reserve at Devonport Dockyard, until she was scrapped at Faslane in July 1958.  She was used to portray a German anti-submarine vessel in the 1955 movie The Cockleshell Heroes. CIASP001  HMS Asphodel K56 Flower Class Corvette CIASP002  HMS Asphodel. K56. Flower Class Corvette. Built by George Brown & Co., Greenock. Laid down 20 October 1939. Launched 25 May 1940. Commissioned  11 September 1940. Torpedoed and sunk 10 March 1944 by U-575 while escorting convoys. 92 crew were killed, 5 survivors rescued by HMS Clover.
CICAM001  HMS Campanula? DMABDIEL001001  HMS Abdiel. M 39.  Fast Minelayer. Lead ship of class. Launched April 1940. Sunk by mines in Taranto Harbour, September 1943. DMABDIEL003001  HMS Abdiel. M 39.  Fast Minelayer. Lead ship of class. Launched April 1940. Sunk by mines in Taranto Harbour, September 1943. DMABELIA001001  HMS Abelia (K184) Built by Harland & Wolff 28th November 1940.	Used as a mercantile ship after the war. Name changed to Kraft in 1948, then Arne Skontorp in 1954.
DMABERCROMBIE001001  HMS Abercrombie was a Royal Navy Roberts class monitor of the Second World War. She was the second monitor to be named after General Sir Ralph Abercrombie. She was built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne. She was laid down 26 April 1941, launched 31 March 1942 and completed 5 May 1943. DMABERCROMBIE002001  HMS Abercrombie was a Royal Navy Roberts class monitor of the Second World War. She was the second monitor to be named after General Sir Ralph Abercrombie. She was built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne. She was laid down 26 April 1941, launched 31 March 1942 and completed 5 May 1943. DMABERDEEN001001  HMS Aberdeen. L97 Built by Devonport Dockyard. Laid down 12 June 1935. Launched 22 January 1936. Commissioned:	17 September 1936.  Atlantic 1939-45. North Africa 1942. Sold for scrapping,  16 December 1948. DMABERDEEN002001  HMS Aberdeen. L97 Built by Devonport Dockyard. Laid down 12 June 1935. Launched 22 January 1936. Commissioned:	17 September 1936.  Atlantic 1939-45. North Africa 1942. Sold for scrapping,  16 December 1948.
DMABERDEEN003001  HMS Aberdeen. L97 Built by Devonport Dockyard. Laid down 12 June 1935. Launched 22 January 1936. Commissioned:	17 September 1936.  Atlantic 1939-45. North Africa 1942. Sold for scrapping,  16 December 1948. DMABERDEEN004001  HMS Aberdeen. L97 Built by Devonport Dockyard. Laid down 12 June 1935. Launched 22 January 1936. Commissioned:	17 September 1936.  Atlantic 1939-45. North Africa 1942. Sold for scrapping,  16 December 1948. DMABINGDON001001  HMS Abingdon. Hunt class minesweeper. Served with the Aegean Squadron. From 1919-1935 held in reserve at Malta, then joined the 2nd Minesweeping Flotilla in Malta and Hong Kong. Damaged by a mine in 1941. She was bombed and severely damaged by Italian aircraft 5 April 1942 at Kalkara Creek, Malta and was beached with a broken back at Bighi. She was broken up there in 1950. DMACANTHUS001001  HMS Acanthus.  K01. Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Launched 26th May 1941. Sold to the Norwegian Navy and renamed Andenes. Served as corvette until 1950 and then reclassified to frigate. Sold for use as merchant ship in 1956. Renamed Colin Frye in 1956.
DMACASTA001001  HMS Acasta (H09),  Launched in 1929.  A-class destroyer. Served in the Second World War and was sunk on 8 June 1940 in action against the German warships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, while escorting the aircraft carrier Glorious. Glorious and her other escort ? Ardent ? were also sunk. DMACASTA002001  HMS Acasta (H09),  Launched in 1929.  A-class destroyer. Served in the Second World War and was sunk on 8 June 1940 in action against the German warships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, while escorting the aircraft carrier Glorious. Glorious and her other escort ? Ardent ? were also sunk. DMACASTA003001  HMS Acasta (H09),  Launched in 1929.  A-class destroyer. Served in the Second World War and was sunk on 8 June 1940 in action against the German warships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, while escorting the aircraft carrier Glorious. Glorious and her other escort ? Ardent ? were also sunk. DMACASTA004001  HMS Acasta (H09),  Launched in 1929.  A-class destroyer. Served in the Second World War and was sunk on 8 June 1940 in action against the German warships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, while escorting the aircraft carrier Glorious. Glorious and her other escort ? Ardent ? were also sunk.
DMACHATES001001  HMS Achates. H12.  A-class destroyer. Launched on 4 October 1929. Commissioned on 27 March 1930. Sunk on 31 December 1942 in the Battle of the Barents Sea. DMACHATES002001  HMS Achates. H12.  A-class destroyer. Launched on 4 October 1929. Commissioned on 27 March 1930. Sunk on 31 December 1942 in the Battle of the Barents Sea. DMACHATES003001  HMS Achates. H12.  A-class destroyer. Launched on 4 October 1929. Commissioned on 27 March 1930. Sunk on 31 December 1942 in the Battle of the Barents Sea. DMACHATES004001  HMS Achates. H12.  A-class destroyer. Launched on 4 October 1929. Commissioned on 27 March 1930. Sunk on 31 December 1942 in the Battle of the Barents Sea.
DMACHERON001001  HMS Acheron. H45. A-class destroyer. Llaid down on 29 October 1928. Launched  18 March 1930. Commissioned on 13 October 1931. Served during the Second World War in Home waters and off the Norwegian coast. Sank after hitting a mine off the Isle of Wight on 17 December 1940. DMACHERON002001  HMS Acheron. H45. A-class destroyer. Llaid down on 29 October 1928. Launched  18 March 1930. Commissioned on 13 October 1931. Served during the Second World War in Home waters and off the Norwegian coast. Sank after hitting a mine off the Isle of Wight on 17 December 1940. DMACHERON003001  HMS Acheron. H45. A-class destroyer. Llaid down on 29 October 1928. Launched  18 March 1930. Commissioned on 13 October 1931. Served during the Second World War in Home waters and off the Norwegian coast. Sank after hitting a mine off the Isle of Wight on 17 December 1940. DMACHERON004001  HMS Acheron. H45. A-class destroyer. Llaid down on 29 October 1928. Launched  18 March 1930. Commissioned on 13 October 1931. Served during the Second World War in Home waters and off the Norwegian coast. Sank after hitting a mine off the Isle of Wight on 17 December 1940.
DMACHERON005001  HMS Acheron. H45. A-class destroyer. Llaid down on 29 October 1928. Launched  18 March 1930. Commissioned on 13 October 1931. Served during the Second World War in Home waters and off the Norwegian coast. Sank after hitting a mine off the Isle of Wight on 17 December 1940. DMACHERON006001  HMS Acheron. H45. A-class destroyer. Llaid down on 29 October 1928. Launched  18 March 1930. Commissioned on 13 October 1931. Served during the Second World War in Home waters and off the Norwegian coast. Sank after hitting a mine off the Isle of Wight on 17 December 1940. DMACHILLES001001  HMS Achilles  70.  Leander-class light cruiser. Launched in 1932. Transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy as HMNZS Achilles in 1941,  returned to the RN 1946. Transferred to the Royal Indian Navy in 1948 as HMIS Delhi, eventually becoming INS Delhi. Scrapped in 1978. DMACHILLES002001  HMS Achilles  70.  Leander-class light cruiser. Launched in 1932. Transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy as HMNZS Achilles in 1941,  returned to the RN 1946. Transferred to the Royal Indian Navy in 1948 as HMIS Delhi, eventually becoming INS Delhi. Scrapped in 1978.
DMACHILLES003001  HMS Achilles  70.  Leander-class light cruiser. Launched in 1932. Transferred to the Royal New Zealand Navy as HMNZS Achilles in 1941,  returned to the RN 1946. Transferred to the Royal Indian Navy in 1948 as HMIS Delhi, eventually becoming INS Delhi. Scrapped in 1978. DMACONITE001001  HMS Aconite.  K58. Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Troon, 23 July 1941. Transferred to Free French Navy as FFL Aconit. K58. Returned to RN, 30 April 1947. DMACTAEON001001  HMS Actaeon. Modified Black Swan class sloop launched in 1945 and sold to West Germany in 1959 as Hipper. She was hulked in 1964 and sold for breaking up in 1967 DMACTIVE001001  HMS Active. H14.  A-class destroyer launched in 1928 and broken up in 1947.
DMACTIVE002001  HMS Active. H14.  A-class destroyer launched in 1928 and broken up in 1947. DMACTIVE003001  HMS Active. H14.  A-class destroyer launched in 1928 and broken up in 1947. DMACTIVE004001  HMS Active. H14.  A-class destroyer launched in 1928 and broken up in 1947. DMACTIVITY001001  HMS Activity. D94. Escort carrier. Took part in Atlantic and Arctic Convoy Escort Duties. Sold into merchant service as the MV Breconshire, serving for over 20 years until scrapped in 1967.
DMACUTE001001  HMS Acute. J106. Algerine class minesweeper. Ordered as HMS Alert but renamed in 1941 and launched in 1942. She was expended as a target in 1964 DMACUTE002001  HMS Acute. J106. Algerine class minesweeper. Ordered as HMS Alert but renamed in 1941 and launched in 1942. She was expended as a target in 1964 DMADAMANT001001  HMS Adamant . A164. Submarine Depot Ship launched in 1940 and broken up in 1970. DMADAMANT002001  HMS Adamant . A164. Submarine Depot Ship launched in 1940 and broken up in 1970.
DMADAMANT003001  HMS Adamant . A164. Submarine Depot Ship launched in 1940 and broken up in 1970. DMADELAIDE001001  HMAS Adelaide.  Town-class light cruiser commissioned in 1922 and decommissioned in 1946 DMADELAIDE002001  HMAS Adelaide.  Town-class light cruiser commissioned in 1922 and decommissioned in 1946 DMAFFLECK001001  HMS Affleck. K462. Captain Class Frigate. Originally destined for the US Navy as a Buckley-class destroyer escort, HMS Affleck was provisionally given the name USS Oswald. However, the delivery was diverted to the Royal Navy before the launch.
DMAFRIDI001001  HMS Afridi. F07.  Tribal-class destroyer. Laid down on 9 June 1936. Launched on 8 June 1937. Served in the Second World War and was an early casualty, being sunk in an air attack off Norway in May 1940. DMAFRIDI002001  HMS Afridi. F07.  Tribal-class destroyer. Laid down on 9 June 1936. Launched on 8 June 1937. Served in the Second World War and was an early casualty, being sunk in an air attack off Norway in May 1940. DMAFRIDI003001  HMS Afridi. F07.  Tribal-class destroyer. Laid down on 9 June 1936. Launched on 8 June 1937. Served in the Second World War and was an early casualty, being sunk in an air attack off Norway in May 1940. DMAFRIDI004001  HMS Afridi. F07.  Tribal-class destroyer. Laid down on 9 June 1936. Launched on 8 June 1937. Served in the Second World War and was an early casualty, being sunk in an air attack off Norway in May 1940.
DMAGATE001001  HM Trawler Agate. Purchased by the Royal Navy in 1935. Modified from a trawler to be used to carry out anti-submarine work. In 1941 she was with the maintenance reserve at Rosyth.  In August 1941 she was part of the Royal Navy?s escort flotilla with convoy FS559 when she ran aground, becoming a total loss, on Haisborough Sands on the 6 August with a loss of all sixteen crewman DMAIREDALE001001  HMS Airedale. L07. Type III Hunt Class Destroyer. Built by  J. Brown.   Lost June 1942 after aerial attack. DMAJAX001001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949. DMAJAX002001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949.
DMAJAX003001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949. DMAJAX004001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949. DMAJAX005001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949. DMAJAX006001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949.
DMAJAX007001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949. DMAJAX008001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949. DMAJAX009001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949. DMAJAX010001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949.
DMAJAX012001  HMS Ajax. 22.  Leander class light cruiser. Laid down  7 February 1933.  Llaunched 1 March 1934. Completed on 12 April 1935. Famous for her part in the Battle of the River Plate. Scrapped 1949. DMALACRITY001001  HMS Alacrity. U60.   Modified Black Swan-class sloop.  Launched in 1944. Broken up 1956. DMALARM001001  HMS Alarm. J140.  Algerine-class minesweeper.  Launched in 1942. Damaged by German aircraft in 1943  and declared a constructive total loss. She was scrapped in 1944 DMALBACORE001001  HMS Albacore. J101.  Algerine class minesweeper. Launched in 1942 and broken up in 1963
DMALBATROSS001001  HMAS Albatross. Seaplane tender. Launched in 1928 as HMAS Albatross for the Royal Australian Navy.  Transferred to the Royal Navy in 1938 and converted to a repair ship in 1942. Sold into mercantile service in 1946 and sold for scrap in 1954. DMALBATROSS002001  HMAS Albatross. Seaplane tender. Launched in 1928 as HMAS Albatross for the Royal Australian Navy.  Transferred to the Royal Navy in 1938 and converted to a repair ship in 1942. Sold into mercantile service in 1946 and sold for scrap in 1954. DMALBERNI001001  HMCS Alberni. K103.  Flower-class corvette of the Royal Canadian Navy. Ordered on 14 February 1940 from Yarrows Ltd. in Esquimalt, British Columbia.  Llaid down on 29 April.  Launched on 22 August 1940.  Commissioned into the RCN on 4 February 1941.  Torpedoed and sunk on 21 Aug 1944 by U-480 DMALBRIGHTON001001  HMS Albrighton L12. Type III Hunt Class Destroyer. Built 1943. Transferred to the German Navy in 1959 and renamed FGS Raule. Decommissioned in 1967.
DMALBURY001001  HMS Albury. J41.   Hunt-class minesweeper. Served during both World War I and World War II.  On 19 January 1942 she was involved in a collision with HMS Sutton,  and took serious damage. Took part in the Dunkirk evacuation, Operation Dynamo. DMALDENHAM001001  HMS Aldenham.  L22. Type III Hunt Class Destroyer. Built by Cammell Laird 1943.  Mined December 1944. DMALDENHAM002001  HMS Aldenham.  L22. Type III Hunt Class Destroyer. Built by Cammell Laird 1943.  Mined December 1944. DMALDER001001  HMT Alder. T84. Tree Class Trawler. Launched May 1929. Commissioned into RN Feb 1939. Grounded and sunk on the east coast of Scotland Oct 1941 and declared a total loss.
DMALECTO001001  HMS Alecto.  Depot ship launched in 1911 and sold in 1949. DMALGERINE001001  HMS Algerine. J213.   Algerine-class minesweeper launched in 1941 and sunk in 1942 DMALGONQUIN001001  HMCS Algonquin. 224.  Built by John Brown & Company, Clydebank. Laid down 8 October 1942. Launched	2 September 1943. Commissioned 28 February 1944. Refit and modernised 1954. Scrapped April 1971. DMALGONQUIN002001  HMCS Algonquin. 224.  Built by John Brown & Company, Clydebank. Laid down 8 October 1942. Launched	2 September 1943. Commissioned 28 February 1944. Refit and modernised 1954. Scrapped April 1971.
DMALGONQUIN003001  HMCS Algonquin. 224.  Built by John Brown & Company, Clydebank. Laid down 8 October 1942. Launched	2 September 1943. Commissioned 28 February 1944. Refit and modernised 1954. Scrapped April 1971. DMALGONQUIN004001  HMCS Algonquin. 224.  Built by John Brown & Company, Clydebank. Laid down 8 October 1942. Launched	2 September 1943. Commissioned 28 February 1944. Refit and modernised 1954. Scrapped April 1971. DMALGONQUIN005001  HMCS Algonquin. R17. Prior to Modernisation.  Built by John Brown & Company, Clydebank. Laid down 8 October 1942. Launched	2 September 1943. Commissioned 28 February 1944. Refit and modernised 1954. Scrapped April 1971. DMALGONQUIN006001  HMCS Algonquin. 224.  Built by John Brown & Company, Clydebank. Laid down 8 October 1942. Launched	2 September 1943. Commissioned 28 February 1944. Refit and modernised 1954. Scrapped April 1971.
DMALISMA001001  HMS Alisma. K185. Built by Harland & Wolff for the French Navy. Completed 13 February 1941. Taken over by RN and renamed  Alisma. DMALNWICKCASTLE001001  HMS Alnwick Castle. K405.   Castle-class corvette. Laid down 12 June 1943. Launched by George Brown and Company at Greenock 23 May 1944. Commissioned 11 November 1944. and served as a convoy escort until the end of the Second World War. Placed in reserve at Portsmouth then Harwich in 1950 and  West Hartlepool until 1958 when she was scrapped. DMALRESFORD001001  HMS Alresford. J06.  Hunt-class minesweeper. Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Company, Troon.  Launched 17 January 1919. Commissioned 25 May 1919.  Sold 13 March 1947 for scrap.otes:	Pennant  Took part in the Dieppe Raid and the Dunkirk evacuation, Operation Dynamo. DMAMARANTHUS001001  HMS Amaranthus. K17. Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd., Paisley	4 May 1940	17 October 1940	12 February 1941		Sold in 1946 as mercantile ship. Scrapped in 1953 at Hong Kong
DMAMARAPOORA001001  HMHS Amarapoora. Hospital Ship.  Built by Denny & Bos 1920. Requisitioned 1939 as a Hospital Ship and later as a Troopship and Emigrant Ship.  Scrapped March 1959 at Osaka. DMAMAZON001001  HMS Amazon. D39.  Launched in 1926. Prototype destroyer, the first new build for the Royal Navy after World War I. She served in the Second World War, and was broken up in 1948. DMAMAZON002001  HMS Amazon. D39.  Launched in 1926. Prototype destroyer, the first new build for the Royal Navy after World War I. She served in the Second World War, and was broken up in 1948. DMAMAZON003001  HMS Amazon. D39.  Launched in 1926. Prototype destroyer, the first new build for the Royal Navy after World War I. She served in the Second World War, and was broken up in 1948.
DMAMAZON004001  HMS Amazon. D39.  Launched in 1926. Prototype destroyer, the first new build for the Royal Navy after World War I. She served in the Second World War, and was broken up in 1948. DMAMAZON005001  HMS Amazon. D39.  Launched in 1926. Prototype destroyer, the first new build for the Royal Navy after World War I. She served in the Second World War, and was broken up in 1948. DMAMAZON006001  HMS Amazon. D39.  Launched in 1926. Prototype destroyer, the first new build for the Royal Navy after World War I. She served in the Second World War, and was broken up in 1948. DMAMAZON007001  HMS Amazon. D39.  Launched in 1926. Prototype destroyer, the first new build for the Royal Navy after World War I. She served in the Second World War, and was broken up in 1948.
DMAMBERLEYCASTLE001001  HMS Amberley Castle.  K386.  Castle-class corvette.  Laid down at S.P. Austin & Son Ltd. 31 May 1943.  Launched 27 November 1943.  Commissiooned  24 November 1944.	Converted to weather ship in 1957, scrapped in 1982. DMAMBUSCADE001001  HMS Ambuscade. D38.  Prototype Destroyer. Launched at Yarrow 15 January 1926. Served in World War II, and was broken up at Troon in 1946. DMAMBUSCADE002001  HMS Ambuscade. D38.  Prototype Destroyer. Launched at Yarrow 15 January 1926. Served in World War II, and was broken up at Troon in 1946. DMAMBUSCADE003001  HMS Ambuscade. D38.  Prototype Destroyer. Launched at Yarrow 15 January 1926. Served in World War II, and was broken up at Troon in 1946.
DMAMBUSCADE004001  HMS Ambuscade. D38.  Prototype Destroyer. Launched at Yarrow 15 January 1926. Served in World War II, and was broken up at Troon in 1946. DMAMETHYST001001  HMS Amethyst.  U116/F116.  Modified Black Swan-class sloop.  Built by Alexander Stephen and Sons. Laid down 25 March 1942. Launched 7 May 1943. Commissioned 2 November 1943.  After World War II she was modified and redesignated as a frigate. Was involved in the Yangtse Incident. DMAMETHYST002001  HMS Amethyst.  U116/F116.  Modified Black Swan-class sloop.  Built by Alexander Stephen and Sons. Laid down 25 March 1942. Launched 7 May 1943. Commissioned 2 November 1943.  After World War II she was modified and redesignated as a frigate. Was involved in the Yangtse Incident. DMAMHERST001001  HMS Amherst. No information available.
DMAMHERST002001  HMS Amherst. No information available.. DMANCHUSA001001  HMS Anchusa. K186. Flower Class Corvette.  Built by	Harland and Wolff.  Launched 15 January 1941. Broken up in Mauritius October 1960. DMANEMONE001001  HMS Anemone. K148. Flower Class Corvette.  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down	26 Oct 1939. Launched 22 Apr 1940 . Commissioned	12 Aug 1940.  Sold in November 1949 to Pelagos and refitted as bouy-boat 'Pelikan' at Marinens Hovedverft, Horten, Norway. . Refitted to whaler in 1951 at Howaldtswerke, Kiel. Last season was 1961/1962, then laid up. Sold in December 1963 to Østfold Skipsopphugning, Greåker, renamed and renamed Østfold. Scrapped on 1 November 1964. DMANGUILLA001001  HMS Anguilla. K500. Colony Class Frigate. Built by Walsch-Kaiser Co., Inc. (Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.)  Ordered	10 Jun 1943. Laid down 1 Apr 1943. Launched 14 Jul 1943. Commissioned	15 Oct 1943.  Returned to the US on 31 May, 1946.
DMANNAN001001  HMS Annan. K404. River Class Frigate. Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd/ Thornycroft, Southampton. Ordered 26 Dec 1942. Laid down 10 Jun 1943 . Launched 29 Dec 1943. Commissioned by the RCN 13 June 1944. Returned to the Royal Navy on 21 June 1945. Sold to Danish Navy on 27 November 1945 and renamed Niels Ebbesen. Scrapped 1963 at Odense, Denmark. DMANNET001 (2)001  HMT Annet. T341.  Isles Class Armed Trawler.Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmell 25 March 1943.  Later became DV2 Dispersal Vessel.  Still in service 1949 - believed to be the last coal-burner to fly the White Ensign. DMANNET001001  HMT Annet. T341.  Isles Class Armed Trawler.Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmell 25 March 1943.  Later became DV2 Dispersal Vessel.  Still in service 1949 - believed to be the last coal-burner to fly the White Ensign. DMANSON001001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957.
DMANSON002001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957. DMANSON003001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957. DMANSON004001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957. DMANSON005001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957.
DMANSON007001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957. DMANSON008001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957. DMANSON009001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957. DMANSON010001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957.
DMANSON011001  HMS Anson. 79.   King George V-class battleship. Launched in 1940 and broken up in 1957. DMANTARES001001  HMS Antares. J 282.  Algerine Class Minesweeper. Built by Toronto Shipbuilding Ltd. Ordered	9 Dec 1941. Laid down 26 Jan 1942 . Launched 15 Aug 1942. Commissioned 23 Aug 1943. Returned to the United States Navy in January 1947. DMANTELOPE001001  HMS Antelope. H36.  A Class Destroyer.   Ordered 6 March 1928. Laid down 11 July 1928. Launched 27 July 1929. Commissioned 20 March 1930. Scrapped 1946. DMANTELOPE002001  HMS Antelope. H36.  A Class Destroyer.   Ordered 6 March 1928. Laid down 11 July 1928. Launched 27 July 1929. Commissioned 20 March 1930. Scrapped 1946.
DMANTELOPE003001  HMS Antelope. H36.  A Class Destroyer.   Ordered 6 March 1928. Laid down 11 July 1928. Launched 27 July 1929. Commissioned 20 March 1930. Scrapped 1946. DMANTELOPE004001  HMS Antelope. H36.  A Class Destroyer.   Ordered 6 March 1928. Laid down 11 July 1928. Launched 27 July 1929. Commissioned 20 March 1930. Scrapped 1946. DMANTHONY001001  HMS Anthony. H40. Built by Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company. Laid down 30 July 1928. Launched 24 April 1929. Commissioned 14 February 1930. Sold for scrap on 21 February 1948. DMANTHONY002001  HMS Anthony. H40. Built by Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company. Laid down 30 July 1928. Launched 24 April 1929. Commissioned 14 February 1930. Sold for scrap on 21 February 1948.
DMANTHONY003001  HMS Anthony. H40. Built by Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company. Laid down 30 July 1928. Launched 24 April 1929. Commissioned 14 February 1930. Sold for scrap on 21 February 1948. DMANTHONY004001  HMS Anthony. H40. Built by Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company. Laid down 30 July 1928. Launched 24 April 1929. Commissioned 14 February 1930. Sold for scrap on 21 February 1948. DMANTIGONISH001001  HMCS Antigonish. K661.  River class frigate. Built by Yarrows Ltd., Esquimalt. Commissioned into the RCN on 4 July 1944. Placed in reserve in 1946 and reactivated in 1947 for use as a training ship until 1954. Underwent conversion to a Prestonian class frigate in 1956-1957.  Recommissioned with pennant 301 on 12 October 1957. Paid off by the RCN in December 1966. DMANZIO001001  HMS Anzio. L3003. Landing Ship Tank.
DMAPHIS001001  HMS Aphis. Insect-class gunboat. Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Company. Launched 15 September 1915. Completed November 1915. Based in Port Said at the beginning of World War I, served in Romania and then the China Station until 1940. Scrapped at Singapore in 1947. DMAPHIS002001  HMS Aphis. Insect-class gunboat. Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Company. Launched 15 September 1915. Completed November 1915. Based in Port Said at the beginning of World War I, served in Romania and then the China Station until 1940. Scrapped at Singapore in 1947. DMAPHIS003001  HMS Aphis. Insect-class gunboat. Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Company. Launched 15 September 1915. Completed November 1915. Based in Port Said at the beginning of World War I, served in Romania and then the China Station until 1940. Scrapped at Singapore in 1947. DMAPOLLO001001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962.
DMAPOLLO002001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. DMAPOLLO003001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. DMAPOLLO004001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. DMAPOLLO005001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962.
DMAPOLLO006001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. DMAPOLLO007001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. DMAPOLLO008001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962. DMAPOLLO009001  HMS Apollo.  N 01.  Abdiel Class Fast Minelayer.  Launched Feb 1943 and scrapped Nov 1962.
DMARABIS001001  HMNZS Arabis. K385. Modified Flower-class corvette.   Built for the Royal Navy as HMS Arabis but transferred to the RNZN on completion. Commissioned in 1944. Decommissioned in 1948. Broken up August 1951. DMARABIS002001  HMNZS Arabis. K385. Modified Flower-class corvette.   Built for the Royal Navy as HMS Arabis but transferred to the RNZN on completion. Commissioned in 1944. Decommissioned in 1948. Broken up August 1951. DMARARAT001001  HMAS Ararat.  K34/M34. Bathurst Class Corvette. Laid down by Evans Deakin & Co, Brisbane 6 July 1942. Launched 20 February 1943. Commissioned 16 June 1943. DMARBUTUS001001  HMS Arbutus. K403. Modified Flower class corvette. Launched 26 January 1944. Loaned to the Royal New Zealand Navy. Decommissioned in 1948, she was returned to the Royal Navy and broken up in June 1951.
DMARBUTUS002001  HMS Arbutus. K403. Modified Flower class corvette. Launched 26 January 1944. Loaned to the Royal New Zealand Navy. Decommissioned in 1948, she was returned to the Royal Navy and broken up in June 1951. DMARBUTUS003001  HMS Arbutus. K403. Modified Flower class corvette. Launched 26 January 1944. Loaned to the Royal New Zealand Navy. Decommissioned in 1948, she was returned to the Royal Navy and broken up in June 1951. DMARCHER001001  HMS Archer. D78. Escort Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1939 in Pennsylavania. Served throughout WWII and returned to USA Jan 1946. Sold into Merchant Service. DMARCHER002001  HMS Archer. D78. Escort Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1939 in Pennsylavania. Served throughout WWII and returned to USA Jan 1946. Sold into Merchant Service.
DMARCTURUS001001  HMS Arcturus. J283.  Algerine Class Minesweeper. Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) . Ordered 9 Dec 1941 . Laid down 21 Feb 1942. Launched 31 Aug 1942. Commissioned 23 Oct 1943.   Returned to the United States Navy in 1946. Became the Greek Pyrpolitis in 1947. DMARDENT001001  HMS Ardent. H41. A Class Destroyer.  Ordered 6 March 1928. Built by Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Greenock. Laid down 30 July 1928.  Launched 26 June 1929. Commissioned 14 April 1930. Sunk by the German warships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, 8 June 1940 DMARDENT002001  HMS Ardent. H41. A Class Destroyer.  Ordered 6 March 1928. Built by Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Greenock. Laid down 30 July 1928.  Launched 26 June 1929. Commissioned 14 April 1930. Sunk by the German warships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, 8 June 1940 DMARDENT003001  HMS Ardent. H41. A Class Destroyer.  Ordered 6 March 1928. Built by Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Greenock. Laid down 30 July 1928.  Launched 26 June 1929. Commissioned 14 April 1930. Sunk by the German warships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, 8 June 1940
DMARDROSSAN001001  HMS Ardrossan. J131. Bangor Class Minesweeper.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding Company, Northumberland.  Launched 22 July 1941. Sold on 1 January 1948 for breaking and arrived at the breaker's yard at Thornaby-on-Tees on 19 August 1948. DMARETHUSA001001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950. DMARETHUSA002001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950. DMARETHUSA003001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950.
DMARETHUSA004001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950. DMARETHUSA005001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950. DMARETHUSA006001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950. DMARETHUSA007001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950.
DMARETHUSA008001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950. DMARETHUSA009001  HMS Arethusa. Pennant 26. Light Cruiser. Launched Mar 1934. Sold for scrap 1950. DMARGONAUT002001  HMS Argonaut. 61.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard, Birkenhead. Ordered 4 Sep 1939. Laid down 21 Nov 1939. Launched 6 Sep 1941. Commissioned 8 Aug 1942. Scrapped 19 November 1955. DMARGUS001001  HMS Argus. D49. Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1917 as Italian Passenger Liner 'Conte Rosso'. Worlds first true Carrier. Spent WWII as training Carrier and later as part of Force H. Scrapped 1947.
DMARGUS002001  HMS Argus. D49. Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1917 as Italian Passenger Liner 'Conte Rosso'. Worlds first true Carrier. Spent WWII as training Carrier and later as part of Force H. Scrapped 1947. DMARGUS003001  HMS Argus. D49. Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1917 as Italian Passenger Liner 'Conte Rosso'. Worlds first true Carrier. Spent WWII as training Carrier and later as part of Force H. Scrapped 1947. DMARGUS004001  HMS Argus. D49. Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1917 as Italian Passenger Liner 'Conte Rosso'. Worlds first true Carrier. Spent WWII as training Carrier and later as part of Force H. Scrapped 1947. DMARGUS005001  HMS Argus. D49. Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1917 as Italian Passenger Liner 'Conte Rosso'. Worlds first true Carrier. Spent WWII as training Carrier and later as part of Force H. Scrapped 1947.
DMARGUS006001  HMS Argus. D49. Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1917 as Italian Passenger Liner 'Conte Rosso'. Worlds first true Carrier. Spent WWII as training Carrier and later as part of Force H. Scrapped 1947. DMARGUS007001  HMS Argus. D49. Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1917 as Italian Passenger Liner 'Conte Rosso'. Worlds first true Carrier. Spent WWII as training Carrier and later as part of Force H. Scrapped 1947. DMARIADNE001001  HMS Ariadne. M65.  Abdiel-class minelayer. Built by Alexander Stephen and Sons of Glasgow. Laid down 10 October 1941. Launched 5 April 1943.  Commissioned 12 February 1944.  Scrapped in June 1965. DMARIES001001  HMS Aries. J284. Algerine Class Minesweeper.
DMARIGUANISAMSONIA001001  HMS Ariguani. Built 1926 as Ocean Boarding Vessel. Converted to "Catapult Armed Ship"and used for convoy escort. Seen with HMT Samson alongside. DMARKROYAL001001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar. DMARKROYAL002001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar. DMARKROYAL003001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar.
DMARKROYAL004001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar. DMARKROYAL005001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar. DMARKROYAL006001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar. DMARKROYAL007001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar.
DMARKROYAL008001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar. DMARKROYAL009001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar. DMARKROYAL010001  HMS Ark Royal. Pennat No 91. Aircraft Carrier. Launched April 1937. Sunk by torpedos from U-81 Nov 1941 off Gibraltar. DMARMADA001001  HMS Armada. R14/D14.  Battle-class destroyer. Built by Hawthorn Leslie and Company on the Tyne. Launched 9 December 1943. Commissioned on 2 July 1945. Sold for breaking 1965.
DMARMADA002001  HMS Armada. R14 D14.  Battle-class destroyer. Built by Hawthorn Leslie and Company on the Tyne. Launched 9 December 1943. Commissioned on 2 July 1945. Sold for breaking 1965. DMARMADA003001  HMS Armada. R14 D14.  Battle-class destroyer. Built by Hawthorn Leslie and Company on the Tyne. Launched 9 December 1943. Commissioned on 2 July 1945. Sold for breaking 1965. DMARMERIA001001  HMS Armeria. K187.  Flower Class Corvette. Built by	Harland & Wolff Ltd,  Belfast. Ordered 8 Apr 1940. Laid down 17 Sep 1940. Launched 16 Jan 1941.Commissioned 28 Mar 1941. Sold in 1947. Became the Merchant Ship Deppie in 1948. Renamed Canastel in 1950. Renamed Rio Blanco in 1952. Renamed Lillian in 1955. DMARRAN001001 - Copy  HMS Arran.  T06.  Isles Class Minesweeping Trawler. Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill. Ordered 6 Apr 1940. Laid down 25 Jul 1940.  Launched 16 Nov 1940. Commissioned 29 Apr 1941. Sold 2 October 1946.
DMARRAN001001  HMS Arran.  T06.  Isles Class Minesweeping Trawler. Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill. Ordered 6 Apr 1940. Laid down 25 Jul 1940.  Launched 16 Nov 1940. Commissioned 29 Apr 1941. Sold 2 October 1946. DMARROW001001  HMS Arrow. H42.  A Class Destroyer. Built by Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow in Furness.  Laid down 20 August 1928. Launched 22 August 1929. Commissioned 14 April 1930. Damaged while fighting a fire on an ammunition ship and written off in 1943. DMARROW002001  HMS Arrow. H42.  A Class Destroyer. Built by Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow in Furness.  Laid down 20 August 1928. Launched 22 August 1929. Commissioned 14 April 1930. Damaged while fighting a fire on an ammunition ship and written off in 1943. DMARROW003001  HMS Arrow. H42.  A Class Destroyer. Built by Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow in Furness.  Laid down 20 August 1928. Launched 22 August 1929. Commissioned 14 April 1930. Damaged while fighting a fire on an ammunition ship and written off in 1943.
DMARROW004001  HMS Arrow. H42.  A Class Destroyer. Built by Vickers-Armstrong, Barrow in Furness.  Laid down 20 August 1928. Launched 22 August 1929. Commissioned 14 April 1930. Damaged while fighting a fire on an ammunition ship and written off in 1943. DMARROWHEAD001001  HMCS Arrowhead. K145. Flower Class Corvette. Built by Marine Industries Ltd., Sorel-Tracy, Quebec. Ordered 11 April 1940. Laid down 8 August 1940. Commissioned 22 November 1940. Paid off 27 June 1945.	Formerly HMS Arrowhead. Transferred to RCN on completion.  Returned to RN 27 June 1945. DMARTIFEX001001  HMS Artifex. F28.  Repair ship.  Launched as the Cunard liner RMS Aurania and requisitioned on the outbreak of war to serve as an armed merchant cruiser. Damaged by a U-boat while sailing with an Atlantic convoy,  purchased outright and converted to a floating workshop, spending the rest of her life in this role. Scrappeed 1961. DMARUNTA001001  HMAS Arunta. I30/D5/D130. Tribal Class Destroyer.  Built by Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Company. Laid down 15 November 1939. Launched	30 November 1940. Commissioned 30 March 1942. Decommissioned 21 December 1956.  Sold for scrap in 1968, sank while under tow in 1969.
DMASCENSION001001  HMS Ascension. K502.  Colony-class frigate. Originally named USS Hargood and designated a Patrol Frigate (PF-74).  Built by Walsh-Kaiser Co., Inc., Providence, R.I. Intended for use by the United States, she was completed and transferred to the United Kingdom under Lend-Lease in 1943 as part of the 21-ship Colony class. She served as a patrol vessel and escort until being returned to the United States in 1946. DMASHANTI001001  HMS Ashanti.  F51.  Tribal Class Destroyer. Built by William Denny, Dumbarton. Laid down 23 November 1936. Launched 5 November 1937. Broken up in 1949 DMASHANTI002001  HMS Ashanti.  F51.  Tribal Class Destroyer. Built by William Denny, Dumbarton. Laid down 23 November 1936. Launched 5 November 1937. Broken up in 1949 DMASHANTI003001  HMS Ashanti.  F51.  Tribal Class Destroyer. Built by William Denny, Dumbarton. Laid down 23 November 1936. Launched 5 November 1937. Broken up in 1949
DMASSINIBOINE001  HMCS Assiniboine. I18.   River class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  She was formerly the Royal Navy's Interwar Standard C class destroyer HMS Kempenfelt. I18. DMASSINIBOINE002001  HMCS Assiniboine. I18.   River class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  She was formerly the Royal Navy's Interwar Standard C class destroyer HMS Kempenfelt. I18. DMASSINIBOINE003001  HMCS Assiniboine. I18.   River class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  She was formerly the Royal Navy's Interwar Standard C class destroyer HMS Kempenfelt. I18. DMASSINIBOINE004001  HMCS Assiniboine. I18.   River class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  She was formerly the Royal Navy's Interwar Standard C class destroyer HMS Kempenfelt. I18.
DMASSINIBOINE005001  HMCS Assiniboine. I18.   River class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  She was formerly the Royal Navy's Interwar Standard C class destroyer HMS Kempenfelt. I18. DMASSINIBOINE006001  HMCS Assiniboine. I18.   River class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  She was formerly the Royal Navy's Interwar Standard C class destroyer HMS Kempenfelt. I18. DMASSINIBOINE007001  HMCS Assiniboine. I18.   River class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  She was formerly the Royal Navy's Interwar Standard C class destroyer HMS Kempenfelt. I18. DMASSINIBOINE008001  HMCS Assiniboine. I18.   River class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II.  She was formerly the Royal Navy's Interwar Standard C class destroyer HMS Kempenfelt. I18.
DMASSISTANCE001001  HMS Assistance. F173.  Repair ship launched in 1944 and transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease. She was returned to the US Navy in 1946 DMATALANTA001001  HMS Atalanta.  Auxiliary Yacht. Hired as a Netlayer June 1940. Returned April 1945. DMATHABASKAN001001  HMCS Athabaskan. R79/219.  Ordered 1940. Built by Halifax Shipyards. Laid down 15 May 1944. Launched 4 May 1945. Commissioned 12 January 1947. Took part in Korean War 1950-1953. Sold for scrapping, 1969. DMATHABASKAN002001  HMCS Athabaskan. R79/219.  Ordered 1940. Built by Halifax Shipyards. Laid down 15 May 1944. Launched 4 May 1945. Commissioned 12 January 1947. Took part in Korean War 1950-1953. Sold for scrapping, 1969.
DMATHELING001001  HMS Atheling. D51. Escort aircraft carrier of the Second World War. She was a US built ship provided under lend lease. Commissioned 28 October 1943. Decommissioned 6 December 1946. Returned to US 13 December 1946. Sold as merchant ship, scrapped 1967. DMATHELING002001  HMS Atheling. D51. Escort aircraft carrier of the Second World War. She was a US built ship provided under lend lease. Commissioned 28 October 1943. Decommissioned 6 December 1946. Returned to US 13 December 1946. Sold as merchant ship, scrapped 1967. DMATHERSTONE001001  HMS Atherstone. L05. Type I Hunt Class Destroyer. Launched in 1939. Scrapped 25th November 1957. DMATHERSTONE002001  HMS Atherstone. L05. Type I Hunt Class Destroyer. Launched in 1939. Scrapped 25th November 1957.
DMATTACKER001001  HMS Attacker. L3010. Landing Ship Tank. Launched 1944 as LST 3010. Renamed HMS Attacker in 1947. Transferred to the Ministry of War Transport in 1954 and renamed Empire Cymric. She was broken up in 1963 DMATTACKER002001  HMS Attacker. D02. Bogue-class escort carrier launched in 1941. Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease in 1942, returned in 1946. Twice sold for civilian use but did not trade. Following conversion started at New York and finished at Genoa, served 1958-1977 as the passenger liner Fairsky and was broken up in 1980. DMAUBRETIA001001  HMS Aubretia. K96. Flower Class Corvette. Built by George Brown & Co., Greenock. Laid down 27 October 1939. Launched 5 September 1940. Commissioned 23 December 1940. Sold 29 July 1946. Resold in October 1948 as buoy tender Arnfinn Bergan. Converted in 1951 to whale catcher. 1966 scrapped. DMAUCKLAND001001  HMS Auckland. L61.  Egret Class Sloop. Originally named HMS Heron.  Built by William Denny and Bros. Launched 30 June 1938. Sunk 24 June 1941 by dive bombers near Tobruk.
DMAUCKLAND002001  HMS Auckland. L61.  Egret Class Sloop. Originally named HMS Heron.  Built by William Denny and Bros. Launched 30 June 1938. Sunk 24 June 1941 by dive bombers near Tobruk. DMAUDACITY001001  HMS Audacity. D10. Escort carrier. Originally the German merchant ship Hannover, captured by the Royal Navy in the West Indies in March 1940 and renamed Sinbad, then Empire Audacity. She was converted and commissioned as HMS Empire Audacity, then as HMS Audacity. She was torpedoed by a German U-boat in late 1941. DMAURICULA001001  HMS Auricula. K12. Flower Class Corvette.Built by George Brown & Company.  Laid down 25 November 1939.  Launched 14 November 1940.  Completed 5 March 1941. DMAURORA001001  HMS Aurora. Pennant No 12. Arethusa Class Light Cruiser. Launched Aug 1936. Sold May 1948 to China and re-named 'Chung King'. Later defected to Communists and re-named 'Tchoung King'. Sunk in Taku Harbour March 1949.
DMAURORA002001  HMS Aurora. Pennant No 12. Arethusa Class Light Cruiser. Launched Aug 1936. Sold May 1948 to China and re-named 'Chung King'. Later defected to Communists and re-named 'Tchoung King'. Sunk in Taku Harbour March 1949. DMAURORA003001  HMS Aurora. Pennant No 12. Arethusa Class Light Cruiser. Launched Aug 1936. Sold May 1948 to China and re-named 'Chung King'. Later defected to Communists and re-named 'Tchoung King'. Sunk in Taku Harbour March 1949. DMAURORA004001  HMS Aurora. Pennant No 12. Arethusa Class Light Cruiser. Launched Aug 1936. Sold May 1948 to China and re-named 'Chung King'. Later defected to Communists and re-named 'Tchoung King'. Sunk in Taku Harbour March 1949. DMAURORA005001  HMS Aurora. Pennant No 12. Arethusa Class Light Cruiser. Launched Aug 1936. Sold May 1948 to China and re-named 'Chung King'. Later defected to Communists and re-named 'Tchoung King'. Sunk in Taku Harbour March 1949.
DMAUSONIA001001  HMS Ausonia. A153. Armed Merchant Cruiser. Formerly Cunard Passenger Liner,  RMS Ausonia. Requisitioned by the Admiralty 2 September 1939 and converted into an armed merchant cruiser. On 3 June 1942 the Ausonia was converted to a repair ship. She was laid up during 1945. In 1958 she went to Malta as repair ship for the Mediterranean Fleet. In September 1964 she was laid up at Portsmouth, and in August 1965 she was sold to be broken up at Castellon, Spain. DMAUSTRALIA001001  HMAS Australia. I84/D84/C01.  County-class heavy cruiser of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). One of two Kent-subclass ships ordered for the RAN. DMAUSTRALIA002001  HMAS Australia. I84/D84/C01.  County-class heavy cruiser of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). One of two Kent-subclass ships ordered for the RAN. DMAVENGER001001  HMS Avenger. L3011. Landing Ship Tank.  Launched in 1945 as LST 3011. Renamed HMS Avenger in 1947 and was sold to the Royal Indian Navy in 1949, being renamed Magar in 1951
DMAVENGER002001  HMS Avenger. D14.  Avenger-class aircraft carrier. Laid down as the merchant vessel Rio Hudson but converted and launched in 1940. She was transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease and was sunk by U-155 in 1942. DMAVENGER003001  HMS Avenger. D14.  Avenger-class aircraft carrier. Laid down as the merchant vessel Rio Hudson but converted and launched in 1940. She was transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease and was sunk by U-155 in 1942. DMAVON001001  HMS Avon.  River class frigate.  Launched in 1943. She was handed over to the Portuguese Navy in 1949 where she was renamed Nuno Tristao. She was broken up in 1970. DMAVONVALE001001  HMS Avon Vale.  L06. Escort destroyer of the Hunt Type II class. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. Laid down 12 February 1940. Scrapped in 1958.
DMAYLMER001001  HMS Aylmer. K463.  Laid down 12 April 1943. Launched 10 July 1943. Commissioned 30 September 1943. Decommissioned and returned to US Navy on 5 November 1945. Sold 20 June 1947 to Mr. John J. Witto of Staten Island, N.Y. and broken up for scrap. DMAYRSHIRE001001  HMS Ayrshire. FY 225. Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler. Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. Launched 17 Jan 1938. Commissioned Nov 1939. Returned to her owner in October 1945. Renamed Macbeth in 1946. Scrapped at Dalmuir on 30 January 1967. DMAZALEA001001  HMS Azalea. K25. Flower Class Corvette.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmell. Laid down 15 November 1939. Launched 8 July 1940. Commissioned 27 January 1941. Sold 5 April 1946 as mercantile Norte, and sank on 19 January 1955. DMBADSWORTH001001  HMS Badsworth. L03. Built by Cammell Laird, Birkenhead.  Ordered 20 December 1939. Laid down 15 May 1940. Launched 17 March 1941. Commissioned 18 August 1941. Transferred to the exiled Royal Norwegian Navy under the name HNoMS Arendal.  Decommissioned 16 November 1944.
DMBADSWORTH002001  HMS Badsworth. L03. Built by Cammell Laird, Birkenhead.  Ordered 20 December 1939. Laid down 15 May 1940. Launched 17 March 1941. Commissioned 18 August 1941. Transferred to the exiled Royal Norwegian Navy under the name HNoMS Arendal.  Decommissioned 16 November 1944. DMBAHAMAS001001  HMS Bahamas. K503.  Colony class Frigate. Built by Walsch-Kaiser Co., Inc. (Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.). Ordered 10 Jun 1943. Laid down 7 Apr 1943. Launched 17 Aug 1943. Commissioned	6 Dec 1943. Returned to the USN on 11 June, 1946. DMBALSAM001001  HMS Balsam. K72. Flower Class Corvette. Built by George Brown & Co. (Greenock, Scotland). Ordered 29 Oct 1940. Laid down 16 Apr 1941. Launched 30 May 1942. Commissioned 28 Nov 1942. She was scrapped at Newport starting on 20 April 1947. DMBAMBOROUGHCASTLE001001  HMS Bamborough Castle. K412.  Castle Class Corvette. Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland). Ordered 19 Dec 1942. Laid down 1 Jul 1943. Launched 11 Jan 1944. Commissioned 30 May 1944. Scrapped 22 May 1959.
DMBAMBOROUGHCASTLE002001  HMS Bamborough Castle. K412.  Castle Class Corvette. Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland). Ordered 19 Dec 1942. Laid down 1 Jul 1943. Launched 11 Jan 1944. Commissioned 30 May 1944. Scrapped 22 May 1959. DMBANFF001001  HMS Banff. Y43. Banff class Sloop. Built by General Engineering & Drydock Co. (Oakland, California, U.S.A.). Launched 12 Apr 1930. Commissioned 30 Apr 1941. End service	27 Feb 1946. After her service with the Royal Navy she was returned to the United States on 27 February 1946 and given the name Sebec (WPG 164). She was renamed again and recommissioned as USCGC Tampa on 27 May 1947. She was decommissioned on 10 August 1954. Sold on 16 February 1959. DMBANGOR001001  HMS Bango.  J00.   Bangor class Minesweeper. Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland). Ordered 12 Jul 1939. Laid down 19 Sep 1939. Launched 23 May 1940. Commissioned 7 Nov 1940. Sold to the Royal Norwegian Navy in 1946 and renamed Glomma. DMBANN001001  HMS Bann. K256.   River class Frigate. Built by Charles Hill & Sons (Bristol): Bellis & Morcom. Ordered 20 Jun 1941. Laid down 18 Jun 1942. Launched 29 Dec 1942. Commissioned 7 May 1943. Transferred to the Indian Navy 5 Dec 1945 and renamed Tir. Decommissioned in 1979.
DMBARDSEY001001  HMS Bardsey. T273.   Isles class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland). Ordered 1 Jan 1942. Laid down 30 Jan 1943. Launched 17 Jul 1943. Commissioned 18 Sep 1943. DMBARFLEUR001001  HMS Barfleur R80. Battle Class Destroyer. Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. Ordered 27 Apr 1942. Laid down 28 Nov 1942. Launched 1 Nov 1943. Commissioned 14 Sep 1944. Arrived Dalmuir 29th June 1966 for scrapping. DMBARFLEUR002001  HMS Barfleur R80. Battle Class Destroyer. Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. Ordered 27 Apr 1942. Laid down 28 Nov 1942. Launched 1 Nov 1943. Commissioned 14 Sep 1944. Arrived Dalmuir 29th June 1966 for scrapping. DMBARHAM001001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941.
DMBARHAM002001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM003001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM004001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM005001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941.
DMBARHAM006001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM007001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM008001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM009001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941.
DMBARHAM010001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM011001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM012001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM013001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941.
DMBARHAM014001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM015001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM016001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM017001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941.
DMBARHAM018001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM019001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM020001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM021001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941.
DMBARHAM022001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM023001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM024001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM025001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941.
DMBARHAM026001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM027001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM028001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBARHAM029001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941.
DMBARHAM030001  HMS Barham. Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship. Launched Oct 1915. Saw service in both World Wars. Sunk by torpedoes from U-331 in the Med Nov 1941. DMBASILISK001001  HMS Basilisk.  H11. B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. Ordered 4 Mar 1929. Laid down	19 Aug 1929. Launched 6 Aug 1930. Commissioned 4 Mar 1931. Lost 1 Jun 1940. DMBASILISK002001  HMS Basilisk.  H11. B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. Ordered 4 Mar 1929. Laid down	19 Aug 1929. Launched 6 Aug 1930. Commissioned 4 Mar 1931. Lost 1 Jun 1940. DMBASILISK003001  HMS Basilisk.  H11. B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. Ordered 4 Mar 1929. Laid down	19 Aug 1929. Launched 6 Aug 1930. Commissioned 4 Mar 1931. Lost 1 Jun 1940.
DMBASILISK004001  HMS Basilisk.  H11. B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. Ordered 4 Mar 1929. Laid down	19 Aug 1929. Launched 6 Aug 1930. Commissioned 4 Mar 1931. Lost 1 Jun 1940. DMBASSET001001  HMS Basset. T68.  Dog Class Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. Ordered  27 Nov 1934. Laid down 6 Mar 1935. Launched	28 Sep 1935. Commissioned 29 Nov 1935. Sold 15 September 1947. DMBASSET002001  HMS Basset. T68.  Dog Class Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. Ordered  27 Nov 1934. Laid down 6 Mar 1935. Launched	28 Sep 1935. Commissioned 29 Nov 1935. Sold 15 September 1947. DMBASSET003001  HMS Basset. T68.  Dog Class Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. Ordered  27 Nov 1934. Laid down 6 Mar 1935. Launched	28 Sep 1935. Commissioned 29 Nov 1935. Sold 15 September 1947.
DMBATAAN001001  HMAS Bataan. I91/D191.  Tribal class Destroyer.  Ordered as HMAS Kurnai on the 20th December 1939.  Buillt by Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Co. Ltd.  Ordered 20 Dec 1939. Laid down	18 Feb 1942. Launched 15 Jan 1944. Commissioned 25 May 1945. DMBATAAN002001  HMAS Bataan. I91/D191.  Tribal class Destroyer.  Ordered as HMAS Kurnai on the 20th December 1939.  Buillt by Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Co. Ltd.  Ordered 20 Dec 1939. Laid down	18 Feb 1942. Launched 15 Jan 1944. Commissioned 25 May 1945. DMBATTLER001001  HMS Battler. L3015.  Landing Ship Tank. Launched as LST 3015 and later renamed HMS Battler. DMBATTLER002001  HMS Battler. D18.  Escort Carrier. Built by Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp. (Pascagoula, Mississippi, U.S.A.). Laid down 15 Apr 1941. Launched 4 Apr 1942. Commissioned 31 Oct 1942. Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease. Returned to the United States Navy on 12 February 1946. Stricken by the United States Navy on 28 March 1946. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 14 May 1946.
DMBAY001001  HMS Bay. T77.  MS Trawler of the Tree class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. Ordered 5 Jun 1939. Laid down 15 Aug 1939. Launched 12 Dec 1939. Commissioned 10 Jun 1940. Sold in 1947. DMBAY002001  HMS Bay. T77.  MS Trawler of the Tree class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. Ordered 5 Jun 1939. Laid down 15 Aug 1939. Launched 12 Dec 1939. Commissioned 10 Jun 1940. Sold in 1947. DMBAYNTUN001001  HMS Bayntun. K310.    Captain class Frigate.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.). Ordered 1 Nov 1941. Laid down 5 Apr 1942. Launched 27 Jun 1942. Commissioned 13 Feb 1943. Returned to the USN on 22 August 1945. DMBAZELEY001001  HMS Bazeley.  K311.  Captain Class Escort Destroyer. Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.). Laid down 5 Apr, 1942. Launched 27 Jun, 1942. Commissioned 18 Feb, 1943. Returned to the USA on 22 Aug, 1945.
DMBEACHYHEAD001001  HMS Beachy Head. F02.  Beachy Head class  Repair Ship . Built by Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada). Laid down 8 Jun 1944. Launched 27 Sep 1944. Commissioned	27 Mar 1945. DMBEAGLE001001  HMS Beagle. H30.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	4 Mar 1929. Laid down 11 Oct 1929. Launched 26 Sep 1930. Commissioned 9 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 January 1946. DMBEAGLE002001  HMS Beagle. H30.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	4 Mar 1929. Laid down 11 Oct 1929. Launched 26 Sep 1930. Commissioned 9 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 January 1946. DMBEAGLE003001  HMS Beagle. H30.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	4 Mar 1929. Laid down 11 Oct 1929. Launched 26 Sep 1930. Commissioned 9 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 January 1946.
DMBEAGLE004001  HMS Beagle. H30.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	4 Mar 1929. Laid down 11 Oct 1929. Launched 26 Sep 1930. Commissioned 9 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 January 1946. DMBEAGLE005001  HMS Beagle. H30.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	4 Mar 1929. Laid down 11 Oct 1929. Launched 26 Sep 1930. Commissioned 9 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 January 1946. DMBEAGLE006001  HMS Beagle. H30.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	4 Mar 1929. Laid down 11 Oct 1929. Launched 26 Sep 1930. Commissioned 9 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 January 1946. DMBEAGLE007001  HMS Beagle. H30.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered	4 Mar 1929. Laid down 11 Oct 1929. Launched 26 Sep 1930. Commissioned 9 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 January 1946.
DMBEAUFORT001001  HMS Beaufort. L14/D312/F312.  Type II Hunt Class Destroyer. Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.). Ordered 20 Dec 1939. Laid down 17 Jul 1940.  Launched 9 Jun 1941. Commissioned 3 Nov 1941.  Laid up in Reserve until refitted and given Pennant No D312. Sold to the Royal Norwegian Navy in 1952 and renamed Haugesund with Pennant No F312. Scrapped in 1965. DMBEAUFORT002001  HMS Beaufort. L14/D312/F312.  Type II Hunt Class Destroyer. Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.). Ordered 20 Dec 1939. Laid down 17 Jul 1940.  Launched 9 Jun 1941. Commissioned 3 Nov 1941.  Laid up in Reserve until refitted and given Pennant No D312. Sold to the Royal Norwegian Navy in 1952 and renamed Haugesund with Pennant No F312. Scrapped in 1965. DMBEAUFORT003001  HMS Beaufort. L14/D312/F312.  Type II Hunt Class Destroyer. Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.). Ordered 20 Dec 1939. Laid down 17 Jul 1940.  Launched 9 Jun 1941. Commissioned 3 Nov 1941.  Laid up in Reserve until refitted and given Pennant No D312. Sold to the Royal Norwegian Navy in 1952 and renamed Haugesund with Pennant No F312. Scrapped in 1965. DMBEAULYFIRTH001001  HMS Beauly Firth. F187.   Moray Firth class Repair Ship.  Built by Redhead&Sons Ltd. (South Shield, England, U.K.). Laid down 17 Dec 1943. Launched 24 Aug 1944. Commissioned Dec 1945.
DMBEAUMARIS001001  HMS Beaumaris.  J 07.   Bangor class Minesweeper. Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland). Ordered 28 Aug 1939. Laid down 31 Dec 1939.  Launched 31 Oct 1940. Commissioned 28 Aug 1941. Sold on 1 January 1948 and scrapped at Milford Haven. DMBEDALE001001  HMS Bedale.  L26/D92.   Hunt (Type II) class Escort destroyer.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.). Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 25 May 1940.  Launched 23 Jul 1941.  Commissioned 28 Aug 1946. Loaned to the Polish Navy as Slazak on 30 April 1942. Returned to the Royal Navy on 28 August 1946. Loaned to the Royal Indian Navy on 27 April 1953. Renamed Godavari (D 92), served as destroyer until April 1959 when she was finally bought by India. Then reclassified as frigate served with old tactical number until 1979 when Godavari was scrapped. DMBEDALE002001  HMS Bedale.  L26/D92.   Hunt (Type II) class Escort destroyer.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.). Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 25 May 1940.  Launched 23 Jul 1941.  Commissioned 28 Aug 1946. Loaned to the Polish Navy as Slazak on 30 April 1942. Returned to the Royal Navy on 28 August 1946. Loaned to the Royal Indian Navy on 27 April 1953. Renamed Godavari (D 92), served as destroyer until April 1959 when she was finally bought by India. Then reclassified as frigate served with old tactical number until 1979 when Godavari was scrapped. DMBEDALE003001  HMS Bedale.  L26/D92.   Hunt (Type II) class Escort destroyer.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.). Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 25 May 1940.  Launched 23 Jul 1941.  Commissioned 28 Aug 1946. Loaned to the Polish Navy as Slazak on 30 April 1942. Returned to the Royal Navy on 28 August 1946. Loaned to the Royal Indian Navy on 27 April 1953. Renamed Godavari (D 92), served as destroyer until April 1959 when she was finally bought by India. Then reclassified as frigate served with old tactical number until 1979 when Godavari was scrapped.
DMBEDOUIN001001  HMS Bedouin. G67 / F67.  Tribal Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1937. Sunk by Italian torpedo whilst under tow after battle damage June 1942. DMBEDOUIN002001  HMS Bedouin. G67 / F67. Tribal Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1937. Sunk by Italian torpedo whilst under tow after battle damage June 1942. DMBEDOUIN003001  HMS Bedouin. G67 / F67. Tribal Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1937. Sunk by Italian torpedo whilst under tow after battle damage June 1942. DMBEDOUIN004001  HMS Bedouin. G67 / F67. Tribal Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1937. Sunk by Italian torpedo whilst under tow after battle damage June 1942.
DMBEECH001001  HMT Beech.  T44.  Tree Class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.). Launched 5 Oct 1929. Taken over by the Admiralty in February 1939. Commissioned 30 May 1939.  Sunk by German aircraft off Scrabster, Scotland on 22 June 1941. DMBEGUM001001  HMS Begum.  D38.  Ameer Class Escort Carrier. Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). Laid down	3 Aug 1942. Launched 11 Nov 1942. Commissioned 2 Aug 1943. Decommissioned and transferred to the R.N. and commissioned in R.N. service as HMS Begum on 2 August 1943. Returned to the U.S.N. on 4 January 1946. Stricken on 19 June 1946. Sold into merchantile service on 16 April 1947 being renamed Raki. Scrapped in Taiwan in March 1974. DMBELFAST001001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST002001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction.
DMBELFAST003001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST004001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST005001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST006001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction.
DMBELFAST007001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST008001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST009001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST010001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction.
DMBELFAST011001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST012001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST013001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST014001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction.
DMBELFAST015001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELFAST016001  HMS Belfast. C 35. Edinburgh Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1938. Hit a mine 1939 and was out of action for 3 years. Served with distinction in several operations during WWII and took part in the Korean War. Saved for the Nation 1971 and moored in the Pool of London as a visitor attraction. DMBELLONA001001  HMS Bellona. Pennant No 63. Lead Light Cruiser of Class. Launched Sept 1942. Loaned to RNZN April 1946. Returned April 1956. Scrapped Feb 1959. DMBELLONA002001  HMS Bellona. Pennant No 63. Lead Light Cruiser of Class. Launched Sept 1942. Loaned to RNZN April 1946. Returned April 1956. Scrapped Feb 1959.
DMBELLONA003001  HMS Bellona. Pennant No 63. Lead Light Cruiser of Class. Launched Sept 1942. Loaned to RNZN April 1946. Returned April 1956. Scrapped Feb 1959. DMBELLONA004001  HMS Bellona. Pennant No 63. Lead Light Cruiser of Class. Launched Sept 1942. Loaned to RNZN April 1946. Returned April 1956. Scrapped Feb 1959. DMBELLONA005001  HMS Bellona. Pennant No 63. Lead Light Cruiser of Class. Launched Sept 1942. Loaned to RNZN April 1946. Returned April 1956. Scrapped Feb 1959. DMBELLONA006001  HMS Bellona. Pennant No 63. Lead Light Cruiser of Class. Launched Sept 1942. Loaned to RNZN April 1946. Returned April 1956. Scrapped Feb 1959.
DMBELLONA007001  HMS Bellona. Pennant No 63. Lead Light Cruiser of Class. Launched Sept 1942. Loaned to RNZN April 1946. Returned April 1956. Scrapped Feb 1959. DMBELLWORT001001  HMS Bellwort. K114.Flower Class Corvette.  Built by George Brown & Co.  Ordered 12 Dec 1939.  Laid down 17 Sep 1940.  Launched	11 Aug 1941. Commissioned 20 Nov 1941.  Sold to the Irish Government in 1946 and renamed Cliona. The ship was commissioned in Irish Naval Service in February 1947. DMBELVOIR001001  HMS Belvoir.  L32.   Hunt (Type III) class Escort destroyer.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Jul 1940.  Laid down 14 Oct 1940.  Launched 18 Nov 1941.  Commissioned	29 Mar 1942.  Scrapped at Bo'ness on 21 October 1957. DMBENALLA001001  HMAS Benalla. J323.   Bathurst class Minesweeper.  Built by Williamstown Dockyard (Williamstown, Victoria, Australia).  Ordered 2 Aug 1941.  Laid down 24 Mar 1942.  Launched 19 Dec 1942. Commissioned 27 Apr 1943.  Decommissioned to reserve 28 January 1946. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 20 February 1958 to Mitsubishi Shoji Kaisha Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan).
DMBENBECULA001001  HMS Benbecula.  T379.   Isles class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill, Beverley.    Ordered 13 Dec 1942.  Laid down 21 Jul 1943.  Launched 28 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 13 Jan 1944.  Sold in March 1946. DMBENDIGO001001  HMAS Bendigo.  J187.  Bathurst class Minesweeper.  Built by Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Co. Ltd. (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia).  Ordered 16 Apr 1940.  Laid down 12 Aug 1940.  Lauunched 1 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 10 May 1941.  HMAS Bendigo was sold as a sea-going vessel on 5 May 1947 to Ta Hing Co (Hong Kong) and was renamed Cheung Hing. She was later acquired by the Navy of the People's Republic of China, converted from a merchant ship and re-armed for naval service under the name of Loyang. DMBENLOMOND001001  HMS Ben Lomond. L3013.  Landing Ship Tank.  Originally named LST3013 but later renamed Ben Lomond. DMBENLOMOND002001  HMS Ben Lomond. L3013.  Landing Ship Tank.  Originally named LST3013 but later renamed Ben Lomond.
DMBENTINCK001001  HMS Bentinck.  K314.  Buckley Class Captains Class Frigate.  Laid down 29 June 1942.  Launched 3 February 1943. Commissioned 19 May 1943.  Decommissioned and returned to US Navy on 5 January 1946.  Sold 26 May 1946 and broken up for scrap. DMBENTLEY001001  HMS Bentley.  K465.  Buckley Class Captains Class Frigate .  Laid down 26 April 1943.  Launched 17 July 1943. Commissioned 13 October 1943.  Decommissioned and returned to US Navy on 5 November 1945.  Sold to Mr. John J. Witte of Staten Island, N.Y., on 17 June 1947 for scrapping. DMBERBERIS001001  HMS Berberis.  T46.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by	Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 14 Aug 1928.  Completed in October 1928. Taken over by the Admiralty in February 1939. Commissioned Feb 1939. Sold in 1945. Renamed Bergen in 1947. Scrapped at Hendrik Ido Ambacht, Netherlands ca. mid-1957. DMBERGAMOT001001  HMS Bergamot. K189.  Flower Class Corvette. Built by Harland and Wolff.  Laid down 15 October 1940. Launched 15 February 1941. Commissioned 12 May 1941.  Sold to Greek Ferry Company to service Greek Islands, May 1946.  Broken Up 1974.
DMBERKELEY001001  HMS Berkeley.  L17. Hunt Class (Type I) Escort destroyer. Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Mar 1939.  Laid down 8 Jun 1939.  Launched 29 Jan 1940. Commissioned 6 Jun 1940.  Lost 19 Aug 1942. DMBERKELEY002001  HMS Berkeley. L17. Hunt Class (Type I) Escort destroyer. Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Mar 1939.  Laid down 8 Jun 1939.  Launched 29 Jan 1940. Commissioned 6 Jun 1940.  Lost 19 Aug 1942. DMBERKELEYCASTLE001001  HMS Berkeley Castle. K387.   Flower Class Corvette.  Built by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down 23 Mar 1943.  Launched 19 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 18 Nov 1943.  In reserve at Sheerness during 1953-1956. Broken up by T.W. Ward Ltd Feb 1956. DMBERMUDA001001  HMS Bermuda.  52.  Fiji Class Light cruiser. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Nov 1939.  Launched	11 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1942.  Decommissioned in July 1962. Scrapped by Ward, Briton Ferry, Wales starting on 26 August 1965.
DMBERMUDA002001  HMS Bermuda.  52.  Fiji Class Light cruiser. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Nov 1939.  Launched	11 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1942.  Decommissioned in July 1962. Scrapped by Ward, Briton Ferry, Wales starting on 26 August 1965. DMBERMUDA003001  HMS Bermuda.  52.  Fiji Class Light cruiser. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Nov 1939.  Launched	11 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1942.  Decommissioned in July 1962. Scrapped by Ward, Briton Ferry, Wales starting on 26 August 1965. DMBERMUDA004001  HMS Bermuda.  52.  Fiji Class Light cruiser. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Nov 1939.  Launched	11 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1942.  Decommissioned in July 1962. Scrapped by Ward, Briton Ferry, Wales starting on 26 August 1965. DMBERMUDA005001  HMS Bermuda.  52.  Fiji Class Light cruiser. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Nov 1939.  Launched	11 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1942.  Decommissioned in July 1962. Scrapped by Ward, Briton Ferry, Wales starting on 26 August 1965.
DMBERMUDA006001  HMS Bermuda.  52.  Fiji Class Light cruiser. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Nov 1939.  Launched	11 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1942.  Decommissioned in July 1962. Scrapped by Ward, Briton Ferry, Wales starting on 26 August 1965. DMBERN004001  HMT Bern.  T249/P40/DV4.  Isles Class Trawler.  Launched May 1942.  Employed as MS Trawler and later as Anti Submarine Patrol Vessel when Pennant number was changed to P40.  After hostilities, was coverted to Mine Dispersal  Vessel and designated DV4. In 1951, converted to Tank Cleaning Vessel and based at Portsmouth. Fate unknown. DMBERN005001  HMT Bern.  T249/P40/DV4.  Isles Class Trawler.  Launched May 1942.  Employed as MS Trawler and later as Anti Submarine Patrol Vessel when Pennant number was changed to P40.  After hostilities, was coverted to Mine Dispersal  Vessel and designated DV4. In 1951, converted to Tank Cleaning Vessel and based at Portsmouth. Fate unknown. DMBERRYHEAD001001  HMS Berry Head. A 191. Escort Maintenance Ship (Victory Ship). Completed May 1945. Served in Far East 1945/46. Refitted and modernised 19060/62. Scrapped 1987.
DMBERRYHEAD002001  HMS Berry Head. A 191. Escort Maintenance Ship (Victory Ship). Completed May 1945. Served in Far East 1945/46. Refitted and modernised 19060/62. Scrapped 1987. DMBERRYHEAD003001  HMS Berry Head. A 191. Escort Maintenance Ship (Victory Ship). Completed May 1945. Served in Far East 1945/46. Refitted and modernised 19060/62. Scrapped 1987. DMBERRYHEAD004001  HMS Berry Head. A 191. Escort Maintenance Ship (Victory Ship). Completed May 1945. Served in Far East 1945/46. Refitted and modernised 19060/62. Scrapped 1987. DMBERWICK001001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948.
DMBERWICK002001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948. DMBERWICK003001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948. DMBERWICK004001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948. DMBERWICK005001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948.
DMBERWICK006001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948. DMBERWICK007001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948. DMBERWICK008001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948. DMBERWICK009001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948.
DMBERWICK010001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948. DMBERWICK011001  HMS Berwick. Pennant No 65. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched March 1926. Served throughout WWII. Scrapped June 1948. DMBERYL001001  HMS Beryl.  T34.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler. Built 1935. Taken over by the Admiralty in January 1939. Commissioned Jan 1939. . DMBETONY001001  HMS Betony.  K274.  Flower Class Corvette.  Built by	Alexander Hall & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen Scotland).  Ordered 8 Dec 1941.  Laid down 26 Sep 1942.  Launched	22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 31 Aug 1943.  Loaned to the Royal Indian Navy as HMIS Sind on 24 March 1945. Returned to the Royal Navy on 17 May 1946. Sold to the Thai Navy in 1947 being renamed Prasae. Prasae was beached during a snowstorm on the Korean east coast on 7 January 1951. After attempts to pull her off the beach had failed she was scuttled on the 13th.
DMBEVERLEY001001  HMS Beverley. H 64. Town Class Destroyer. Launched April 1919 as USS Branch (DD 197). Transferred under lend-lease Oct 1940. Sunk by torpedo from U-188 April 1943. DMBEVERLEY002001  HMS Beverley. H 64. Town Class Destroyer. Launched April 1919 as USS Branch (DD 197). Transferred under lend-lease Oct 1940. Sunk by torpedo from U-188 April 1943. DMBICESTER001001  HMS Bicester. L34 / F 134 Hunt Type II Escort Destroyer. Launched Sept 1941. Scrapped Aug 1956. DMBICESTER002001  HMS Bicester. L34 / F 134 Hunt Type II Escort Destroyer. Launched Sept 1941. Scrapped Aug 1956.
DMBICESTER003001  HMS Bicester. L34 / F 134 Hunt Type II Escort Destroyer. Launched Sept 1941. Scrapped Aug 1956. DMBICKERTON001001  HMS Bickerton. K466.  Captain Class Frigate. Built by	Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered	10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 3 May 1943. Launched 26 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 17 Oct 1943.  Sunk on 22 Aug 1944 by German U boat,  U-354. DMBICKERTON002001  HMS Bickerton. K466.  Captain Class Frigate. Built by	Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered	10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 3 May 1943. Launched 26 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 17 Oct 1943.  Sunk on 22 Aug 1944 by German U boat,  U-354. DMBIDEFORD001001  HMS Bideford.  L43/U43.   Shoreham class Sloop.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.): J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.). Ordered 15 Mar 1930.  Laid down 10 Jun 1930. Launched 1 Apr 1931.  Commissioned 23 Feb 1932.  Sold 14 September 1947.
DMBIGBURYBAY001001  Bigbury Bay.  K606/F06.  (ex- Loch Carloway). Built by Hall Russell. Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 16 November 1944.  Completed 10 July 1945. Sold to Portugal in 1959, becoming the NRP Pacheco Pereira (F337), serving until 1970 DMBIGBURYBAY002001  Bigbury Bay.  K606/F06.  (ex- Loch Carloway). Built by Hall Russell. Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 16 November 1944.  Completed 10 July 1945. Sold to Portugal in 1959, becoming the NRP Pacheco Pereira (F337), serving until 1970 DMBIGBURYBAY003001  Bigbury Bay.  K606/F06.  (ex- Loch Carloway). Built by Hall Russell. Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 16 November 1944.  Completed 10 July 1945. Sold to Portugal in 1959, becoming the NRP Pacheco Pereira (F337), serving until 1970 DMBIGBURYBAY004001  Bigbury Bay.  K606/F06.  (ex- Loch Carloway). Built by Hall Russell. Laid down 30 May 1944.  Launched 16 November 1944.  Completed 10 July 1945. Sold to Portugal in 1959, becoming the NRP Pacheco Pereira (F337), serving until 1970
DMBIGGAL001001  HMS Biggal.  T404.  Isles class Minesweeping Trawler. Built by Ferguson Bros. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland). Ordered 29 Aug 1942.  Laid down 24 Feb 1944.  Launched 4 Dec 1944.  Commissioned	18 Apr 1945.  Sold in 1947. DMBIRCH001001  HMS Birch.  T93.  Tree class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.) : Holmes. Ordered	5 Jun 1939.  Laid down 21 Aug 1939.  Launched 13 Nov 1939.  Commissioned	17 Apr 1940. Sold in 1947. DMBIRMINGHAM001001  HMS Birmingham. Pennant No 19. Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1936. Damaged by U-407 Nov 1943. Sold for scrap Sept 1960. DMBIRMINGHAM002001  HMS Birmingham. Pennant No 19. Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1936. Damaged by U-407 Nov 1943. Sold for scrap Sept 1960.
DMBIRMINGHAM003001  HMS Birmingham. Pennant No 19. Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1936. Damaged by U-407 Nov 1943. Sold for scrap Sept 1960. DMBIRMINGHAM004001  HMS Birmingham. Pennant No 19. Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1936. Damaged by U-407 Nov 1943. Sold for scrap Sept 1960. DMBIRMINGHAM005001  HMS Birmingham. Pennant No 19. Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1936. Damaged by U-407 Nov 1943. Sold for scrap Sept 1960. DMBIRMINGHAM006001  HMS Birmingham. Pennant No 19. Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1936. Damaged by U-407 Nov 1943. Sold for scrap Sept 1960.
DMBIRMINGHAM007001  HMS Birmingham. Pennant No 19. Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1936. Damaged by U-407 Nov 1943. Sold for scrap Sept 1960. DMBITER001001  HMS Biter. D 97. Avenger Class Aircraft Carrier. Launched Dec 1940 in USA as USN Rio Parana. Transferred to RN Sept 1941. Transferred to French Navy 1945 and re-named 'Dixmude'. DMBITTERN001001  HMS Bittern.  L07.   Bittern class Sloop.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 26 May 1936.  Laid down 27 Aug 1936.  Launched 14 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 15 Mar 1938.  Sunk by German bombers 30 Apr 1940 off Namsos, Norway. DMBITTERN002001  HMS Bittern.  L07.   Bittern class Sloop.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 26 May 1936.  Laid down 27 Aug 1936.  Launched 14 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 15 Mar 1938.  Sunk by German bombers 30 Apr 1940 off Namsos, Norway.
DMBITTERN003001  HMS Bittern.  L07.   Bittern class Sloop.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 26 May 1936.  Laid down 27 Aug 1936.  Launched 14 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 15 Mar 1938.  Sunk by German bombers 30 Apr 1940 off Namsos, Norway. DMBITTERN004001  HMS Bittern.  L07.   Bittern class Sloop.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 26 May 1936.  Laid down 27 Aug 1936.  Launched 14 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 15 Mar 1938.  Sunk by German bombers 30 Apr 1940 off Namsos, Norway. DMBITTERN005001  HMS Bittern.  L07.   Bittern class Sloop.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 26 May 1936.  Laid down 27 Aug 1936.  Launched 14 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 15 Mar 1938.  Sunk by German bombers 30 Apr 1940 off Namsos, Norway. DMBITTERN006001  HMS Bittern.  L07.   Bittern class Sloop.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 26 May 1936.  Laid down 27 Aug 1936.  Launched 14 Jul 1937.  Commissioned 15 Mar 1938.  Sunk by German bombers 30 Apr 1940 off Namsos, Norway.
DMBITTERSWEET001001  HMS Bittersweet.  K182.  Flower Class Corvette.  Built by Marine Industries Ltd. (Sorel, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 22 Jan 1940.  Laid down 17 Apr 1940.  Launched 12 Sep 1940. Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy before completion. Decommissioned on and returned to the Royal Navy on 22 June 1945.  Scrapped in November 1950. DMBLACKBIRD001001  HMS Blackbird.  M15.  (Originally named 'Sheppey').   Isles class Minelayer.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.) : C.D. Holmes (Hull, U.K.).  Ordered 29 May 1942.  Laid down	30 Nov 1942.  Launched 20 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 9 Jun 1943.  Sold in 1948. DMBLACKMORE001001  HMS Blackmore.  L43.   Hunt (Type II) class Escort Destroyer.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 10 Feb 1941. Launched 2 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 14 Apr 1942.  Sold to the Royal Danish Navy in 1952 and renamed Esben Snare. Scrapped in 1966. DMBLACKPOOL001001  HMS Blackpool. J27. Bangor Class Minesweeper. Launched July 1940. Sold to Royal Norwegian Navy 1946 and re-named 'Tana'
DMBLACKPRINCE001001  HMS Black Prince. Pennant 81. Bellona Class Cruiser (modified Dido Class). Launched Aug 1942. Saw several actions. Loaned to RNZN May 1946. Returned to RN April 1961. Sold for scrap March 1962. DMBLACKPRINCE002001  HMS Black Prince. Pennant 81. Bellona Class Cruiser (modified Dido Class). Launched Aug 1942. Saw several actions. Loaned to RNZN May 1946. Returned to RN April 1961. Sold for scrap March 1962. DMBLACKPRINCE003001  HMS Black Prince. Pennant 81. Bellona Class Cruiser (modified Dido Class). Launched Aug 1942. Saw several actions. Loaned to RNZN May 1946. Returned to RN April 1961. Sold for scrap March 1962. DMBLACKSWAN001001  HMS Black Swan. L 57 / U 57. Lead Sloop of Class. Launched July 1939. Scrapped Sept 1956.
DMBLACKTHORN001001  HMS Blackthorn.  T100.   Tree class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.) : Holmes.  Ordered 5 Jun 1939.  Laid down 25 Aug 1939.  Launched 29 Nov 1939. Commissioned 31 May 1940.  Sold in 1947. DMBLACKWATER001001  HMS Blackwater. T04. Mersey Class Minesweeping Trawler. Launched Oct 1918. Sold 1946. DMBLANCHE001001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939. DMBLANCHE002001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939.
DMBLANCHE003001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939. DMBLANCHE004001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939. DMBLANCHE005001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939. DMBLANCHE006001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939.
DMBLANCHE007001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939. DMBLANCHE008001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939. DMBLANCHE009001  HMS Blanche.  H47.  B Class Destroyer. Builder Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn.   Ordered 4 March 1929.  Laid down 29 July 1929.  Launched 29 May 1930.  Completed 14 February 1931.  Sunk by mine 14 November 1939. DMBLANKNEY001001  HMS Blankney. L 30. Hunt Type II Destroyer. Launched Dec 1940. Scrapped March 1959.
DMBLEAN001001  HMS Blean.  L47.  Hunt Class Type III Destroyer.  Built byn Hawthorn Leslie, Hebburn-on-Tyne.  Launched	15 January 1942.  Commissioned 23 August 1942.  Torpedoed and sunk by U-443 on 11 December 1942 11 miles north-west of Oran. DMBLEASDALE001001  HMS Bleasdale. L50/F150. Hunt Type III Destroyer. Launched July 1941. Scrapped Sept 1956. DMBLEASDALE002001  HMS Bleasdale. L50/F150  Hunt Type III Destroyer. Launched July 1941. Scrapped Sept 1956. DMBLENCATHRA001001  HMS Blencathra.  L24.  Hunt (Type II) Class Escort Destroyer.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 18 Nov 1939.  Launched	6 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1940.  Scrapped at Barrow on 2 January 1957.
DMBLENCATHRA002001  HMS Blencathra.  L24.  Hunt (Type II) Class Escort Destroyer.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 18 Nov 1939.  Launched	6 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1940.  Scrapped at Barrow on 2 January 1957. DMBLENHEIM001001  HMS Blenheim.  4.221.  Destroyer Depot Ship.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Launched 8 Jan 1920.  Commissioned 1941.  Initialy based at Iceland. Went to the Mediterranean in October 1943. Scrapped at Barrow 16 March 1948. DMBLIGH001001  HMS Bligh.  K467.   Captain Class Frigate.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 10 May 1943.  Launched 26 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 29 Sep 1943.  Returned to the USN on 12 November 1945. Stricken and scrapped (sold on 13 June 1946). DMBLUEBELL001001  HMS Bluebell.  K80.  Flower Class Corvette.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered	25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 25 Oct 1939.  Launched 24 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 19 Jul 1940.  Torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-711 on the 17th February 1945 off the Kola Inlet.
DMBLUEBELL002001  HMS Bluebell.  K80.  Flower Class Corvette.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered	25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 25 Oct 1939.  Launched 24 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 19 Jul 1940.  Torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-711 on the 17th February 1945 off the Kola Inlet. DMBLUEBELL003001  HMS Bluebell.  K80.  Flower Class Corvette.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered	25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 25 Oct 1939.  Launched 24 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 19 Jul 1940.  Torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-711 on the 17th February 1945 off the Kola Inlet. DMBLYTH001001  HMS Blyth. J15. Bangor Class Minesweeper. Launched Sep 1940. Sold May 1948. DMBOADICEA001001  HMS Boadicea. H 65. 'B' Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1930. Sunk by German Aircraft June 1944 whilst supporting Normandy Landings.
DMBOADICEA002001  HMS Boadicea. H 65. 'B' Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1930. Sunk by German Aircraft June 1944 whilst supporting Normandy Landings. DMBOADICEA003001  HMS Boadicea. H 65. 'B' Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1930. Sunk by German Aircraft June 1944 whilst supporting Normandy Landings. DMBOADICEA004001  HMS Boadicea. H 65. 'B' Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1930. Sunk by German Aircraft June 1944 whilst supporting Normandy Landings. DMBOADICEA005001  HMS Boadicea. H 65. 'B' Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1930. Sunk by German Aircraft June 1944 whilst supporting Normandy Landings.
DMBOADICEA006001  HMS Boadicea. H 65. 'B' Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1930. Sunk by German Aircraft June 1944 whilst supporting Normandy Landings. DMBOADICEA007001  HMS Boadicea. H 65. 'B' Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1930. Sunk by German Aircraft June 1944 whilst supporting Normandy Landings. DMBOLEBROKE001001  HMS Bolebroke. L65. Hunt Class Type III Destroyer. Built by Swan Hunter.  Completed  27/6/42.  To Greece 1942 Pindos, scrapped 1960. DMBONAVENTURE001001  HMS Bonaventure.  F139.  Cameron class steamer modified to submarine depot ship.  Built by Greenock & Grangemouth Dockyard Company (Greenock, Scotland).  Converted at Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company.  Launched 27 October 1942.  Commissioned 26 January 1943.  Recommissioned 22 January 1945.  Returned to the Clan Line on 23 March 1948.  Scrapped from 25 December 1963.
DMBONAVENTURE002001  HMS Bonaventure.  F139.  Cameron class steamer modified to submarine depot ship.  Built by Greenock & Grangemouth Dockyard Company (Greenock, Scotland).  Converted at Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company.  Launched 27 October 1942.  Commissioned 26 January 1943.  Recommissioned 22 January 1945.  Returned to the Clan Line on 23 March 1948.  Scrapped from 25 December 1963. DMBONAVENTURE003001  HMS Bonaventure.  F139.  Cameron class steamer modified to submarine depot ship.  Built by Greenock & Grangemouth Dockyard Company (Greenock, Scotland).  Converted at Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Company.  Launched 27 October 1942.  Commissioned 26 January 1943.  Recommissioned 22 January 1945.  Returned to the Clan Line on 23 March 1948.  Scrapped from 25 December 1963. DMBONAVENTURE007001  HMS Bonaventure. 31. Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Mar 1937.  Laid down 30 Aug 1937.  Launched 19 Apr 1939.  Commissioned  24 May 1940. torpedoed and sunk 31 Mar 1941  while escorting convoy GA-8 from Greece to Alexandria, by the Italian submarine Ambra about 100 nautical miles south-south-east of Crete. DMBORAGE001001  HMS Borage.  K120.  Flower Class Corvette.  Built by	George Brown & Co. (Greenock, Scotland): Kincaid.  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 27 Nov 1940.  Launched 22 Nov 1941.  Commissioned	29 Apr 1942.  Handed over to the Irish Naval Service on 15 November 1946 and renamed Macha.  She was sold for scrap on 22 November 1970.
DMBORDER001001  HMS Border.  L67.  Hunt (Type III) Class Escort Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 1 May 1941.  Launched 3 Feb 1942.  Transferred to the Royal Hellenic Navy before completion and renamed Adrias. Adrias was mined off Kalymnos on 22 October 1943. The ship lost her entire bow and was declared a constructive total loss. Scrapped in 1945. DMBOREAS001001  HMS Boreas.  H77.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd (Jarrow-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 22 Jul 1929.  Launched 18 Jul 1930.  Commissioned 20 Feb 1931.  Loaned to the Greek Navy as HMS Salamis on 5 April 1944. Returned to the Royal Navy in September 1951. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 23 November 1951. DMBOREAS002001  HMS Boreas.  H77.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd (Jarrow-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 22 Jul 1929.  Launched 18 Jul 1930.  Commissioned 20 Feb 1931.  Loaned to the Greek Navy as HMS Salamis on 5 April 1944. Returned to the Royal Navy in September 1951. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 23 November 1951. DMBOREAS003001  HMS Boreas.  H77.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd (Jarrow-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 22 Jul 1929.  Launched 18 Jul 1930.  Commissioned 20 Feb 1931.  Loaned to the Greek Navy as HMS Salamis on 5 April 1944. Returned to the Royal Navy in September 1951. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 23 November 1951.
DMBOREAS004001  HMS Boreas.  H77.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd (Jarrow-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 22 Jul 1929.  Launched 18 Jul 1930.  Commissioned 20 Feb 1931.  Loaned to the Greek Navy as HMS Salamis on 5 April 1944. Returned to the Royal Navy in September 1951. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 23 November 1951. DMBOSTON001001 DMBOWEN001001  HMAS Bowen.  J285.  Bathurst class Minesweeper.  Built by Walkers Ltd. (Maryborough, Queensland, Australia).  Ordered 7 Aug 1941.  Laid down	9 Feb 1942.  Launched 11 Jul 1942.  Commissioned	9 Nov 1942.  Decommissioned to reserve on 17 January 1946. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 May 1956 to Hong Kong Rolling Mills, Hong Kong. DMBOXER001001  HMS Boxer.  Landing Ship, Tank (LST). Launched in December 1942 and commissioned the following April, saw service as part of the Allied invasion of Italy. In 1944, she was refitted as a "Fighter Direction ship", for use during the Normandy landings, then as a "Action Information Organisation" tender[1] (a radar training ship) in 1946. Placed in reserve in 1956, and scrapped at Barrow-in-Furness in 1958. HMS Boxer carried the writer/comedian Spike Milligan from North Africa to Italy when he served with the 56th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery[2].
DMBOXER002001  HMS Boxer.  Landing Ship, Tank (LST). Launched in December 1942 and commissioned the following April, saw service as part of the Allied invasion of Italy. In 1944, she was refitted as a "Fighter Direction ship", for use during the Normandy landings, then as a "Action Information Organisation" tender[1] (a radar training ship) in 1946. Placed in reserve in 1956, and scrapped at Barrow-in-Furness in 1958. HMS Boxer carried the writer/comedian Spike Milligan from North Africa to Italy when he served with the 56th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery[2]. DMBOXER003001  HMS Boxer.  Landing Ship, Tank (LST). Launched in December 1942 and commissioned the following April, saw service as part of the Allied invasion of Italy. In 1944, she was refitted as a "Fighter Direction ship", for use during the Normandy landings, then as a "Action Information Organisation" tender[1] (a radar training ship) in 1946. Placed in reserve in 1956, and scrapped at Barrow-in-Furness in 1958. HMS Boxer carried the writer/comedian Spike Milligan from North Africa to Italy when he served with the 56th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery[2]. DMBOXER004001  HMS Boxer.  Landing Ship, Tank (LST). Launched in December 1942 and commissioned the following April, saw service as part of the Allied invasion of Italy. In 1944, she was refitted as a "Fighter Direction ship", for use during the Normandy landings, then as a "Action Information Organisation" tender[1] (a radar training ship) in 1946. Placed in reserve in 1956, and scrapped at Barrow-in-Furness in 1958. HMS Boxer carried the writer/comedian Spike Milligan from North Africa to Italy when he served with the 56th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery[2]. DMBOXER005001  HMS Boxer.  Landing Ship, Tank (LST). Launched in December 1942 and commissioned the following April, saw service as part of the Allied invasion of Italy. In 1944, she was refitted as a "Fighter Direction ship", for use during the Normandy landings, then as a "Action Information Organisation" tender[1] (a radar training ship) in 1946. Placed in reserve in 1956, and scrapped at Barrow-in-Furness in 1958. HMS Boxer carried the writer/comedian Spike Milligan from North Africa to Italy when he served with the 56th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery[2].
DMBOYNE001001  HMS Boyne.  T29.   Mersey class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.) : Holmes.  Launched Jun 1918.  Commissioned	8 Sep 1918.  Sold in 1946. DMBOYNE002001  HMS Boyne.  T29.   Mersey class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.) : Holmes.  Launched Jun 1918.  Commissioned	8 Sep 1918.  Sold in 1946. DMBRAID001001  HMS Braid.  K263.   River class Frigate.  Built by W. Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Nov 1941.  Laid down 1 Dec 1942.  Launched 30 Nov 1943.  Transferred to the F.N.F.L. (Free French) on 21 January 1944 and renamed L'Aventure.  Decommissioned in 1964. DMBRAITHWAITE001001  HMS Braithwaite.  K468.   Captain class Frigate.  Built as USS Straub  DE 77  by	Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered	10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 10 May 1943.  Launched 31 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 13 Nov 1943.  Returned to the USN on 13 November 1945. Stricken 21 January 1946 and scrapped.    Former name	USS Straub DE 77
DMBRAMBLE001001  HMS Bramble. J 11. Flower Class Corvette. Launched July 1938. Sunk by German Destroyer 'Freidrich Eckoldt' Dec 1942 in Barents Sea escorting Convoy JW-51B. DMBRAMBLE002001  HMS Bramble. J 11. Flower Class Corvette. Launched July 1938. Sunk by German Destroyer 'Freidrich Eckoldt' Dec 1942 in Barents Sea escorting Convoy JW-51B. DMBRAMBLE003001  HMS Bramble. J 11. Flower Class Corvette. Launched July 1938. Sunk by German Destroyer 'Freidrich Eckoldt' Dec 1942 in Barents Sea escorting Convoy JW-51B. DMBRAMBLE004001  HMS Bramble. J 11. Flower Class Corvette. Launched July 1938. Sunk by German Destroyer 'Freidrich Eckoldt' Dec 1942 in Barents Sea escorting Convoy JW-51B.
DMBRAMBLE005001  HMS Bramble. J 11. Flower Class Corvette. Launched July 1938. Sunk by German Destroyer 'Freidrich Eckoldt' Dec 1942 in Barents Sea escorting Convoy JW-51B. DMBRAMBLE006001  HMS Bramble. J 11. Flower Class Corvette. Launched July 1938. Sunk by German Destroyer 'Freidrich Eckoldt' Dec 1942 in Barents Sea escorting Convoy JW-51B. DMBRAMBLE007001  MS Bramble. J 11. Flower Class Corvette. Launched July 1938. Sunk by German Destroyer 'Freidrich Eckoldt' Dec 1942 in Barents Sea escorting Convoy JW-51B. DMBRAMHAM001001  HMS Bramham.  L51.  Hunt Class Destroyer.  Builder Alexander Stephen and Sons.   Ordered 4 September 1940.  Laid down 7 April 1941.  Launched 29 January 1942.  Commissioned 16 June 1942. Decommissioned March 1943.  Transferred to Royal Hellenic Navy, March 1943.  Returned to Royal Navy, 12 November 1959.  Scrapped 1960
DMBRANDON001001  HMCS Brandon.  K149.  Flower Class Corvette.  Built by Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 22 Jan 1940.  Laid down 10 Oct 1940.  Launched 29 Apr 1941.  Commissioned 22 Jul 1941. Decommissioned on 22 June 1945.  Sold on 5 October 1945. DMBRAVE001001  HMS Brave. J305. Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched Feb 1943. Became RNVR Drill Ship 1951 and re-named 'Satellite'. Scrapped Nov 1958. DMBRAZEN001001  HMS Brazen.  H80.  Built by Palmers, Hebburn.   Ordered 22 March 1929.  Laid down 22 July 1929.  Launched 25 July 1930.  Completed 8 April 1931.  Sunk by German aircraft, 20 July 1940. DMBRAZEN002001  HMS Brazen.  H80.  Built by Palmers, Hebburn.   Ordered 22 March 1929.  Laid down 22 July 1929.  Launched 25 July 1930.  Completed 8 April 1931.  Sunk by German aircraft, 20 July 1940.
DMBRAZEN003001  HMS Brazen.  H80.  Built by Palmers, Hebburn.   Ordered 22 March 1929.  Laid down 22 July 1929.  Launched 25 July 1930.  Completed 8 April 1931.  Sunk by German aircraft, 20 July 1940. DMBRAZEN004001  HMS Brazen.  H80.  Built by Palmers, Hebburn.   Ordered 22 March 1929.  Laid down 22 July 1929.  Launched 25 July 1930.  Completed 8 April 1931.  Sunk by German aircraft, 20 July 1940. DMBRAZEN005001  HMS Brazen.  H80.  Built by Palmers, Hebburn.   Ordered 22 March 1929.  Laid down 22 July 1929.  Launched 25 July 1930.  Completed 8 April 1931.  Sunk by German aircraft, 20 July 1940. DMBRAZEN006001  HMS Brazen.  H80.  Built by Palmers, Hebburn.   Ordered 22 March 1929.  Laid down 22 July 1929.  Launched 25 July 1930.  Completed 8 April 1931.  Sunk by German aircraft, 20 July 1940.
DMBREAM001001  HMS Bream.  T306.   Fish class Anti Submarone Warfare Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.) : Amos & Smith.  Ordered 17 Apr 1942.  Laid down	31 Aug 1942.  Launched	10 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 2 Mar 1943.  Sold in 1946. DMBRECON001001  HMS Brecon. L76. Hunt Type IV Class Escort Destroyer. Launched June 1942. Scrapped Sept 1962. DMBRECON002001  HMS Brecon. L76. Hunt Type IV Class Escort Destroyer. Launched June 1942. Scrapped Sept 1962. DMBRIDGEWATER001001  HMS Bridgewater.  L01/U01.   Bridgewater class Sloop.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Sep 1927.  Laid down 6 Feb 1928.  Launched 14 Sep 1928.  Commissioned	14 Mar 1929.  Sold to Howells, Gelleswick Bay for breaking up 22 May 1947.
DMBRIDGEWATER002001  HMS Bridgewater.  L01/U01.   Bridgewater class Sloop.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Sep 1927.  Laid down 6 Feb 1928.  Launched 14 Sep 1928.  Commissioned	14 Mar 1929.  Sold to Howells, Gelleswick Bay for breaking up 22 May 1947. DMBRIDLINGTON001001  HMS Bridlington.  J65.   Bangor class Minesweeper.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland) : Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Jul 1939.  Laid down 11 Sep 1939. Launched 29 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	28 Sep 1940.  Transferred to the RAF in 1946.  Scrapped at Plymouth on 6 May 1958. DMBRIDLINGTON002001  HMS Bridlington.  J65.   Bangor class Minesweeper.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland) : Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Jul 1939.  Laid down 11 Sep 1939. Launched 29 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	28 Sep 1940.  Transferred to the RAF in 1946.  Scrapped at Plymouth on 6 May 1958. DMBRIDLINGTON003001  HMS Bridlington.  J65.   Bangor class Minesweeper.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland) : Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Jul 1939.  Laid down 11 Sep 1939. Launched 29 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	28 Sep 1940.  Transferred to the RAF in 1946.  Scrapped at Plymouth on 6 May 1958.
DMBRIDPORT001001  HMS Bridport.  J50.  Bangor class Minesweeper.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland) : Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Jul 1939.  Laid down 11 Sep 1939.   Launched 29 Feb 1940.  Commissioned	28 Nov 1940.  Sold in 1946. DMBRIGHTON001001  HMS Brighton.  I08.   Town class Destroyer.  Built by	Fore River Shipbuilding Co. (Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 15 Jul 1918.  Launched 23 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 23 Sep 1940.   Transferred to the Soviet Union on 16 July 1944 renamed Zarkij. Returned to the Royal Navy 4 March 1949, sold for scrap on 5 Apr, 1949 and arrived at Bo´ness on 18 May to be scrapped. DMBRIGHTON002001  MS Brighton.  I08.   Town class Destroyer.  Built by	Fore River Shipbuilding Co. (Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 15 Jul 1918.  Launched 23 Nov 1918.  Commissioned 23 Sep 1940.   Transferred to the Soviet Union on 16 July 1944 renamed Zarkij. Returned to the Royal Navy 4 March 1949, sold for scrap on 5 Apr, 1949 and arrived at Bo´ness on 18 May to be scrapped. DMBRILLIANT001001  HMS Brilliant.  H84.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 8 Jul 1929.  Launched 9 Oct 1930. Commissioned 21 Feb 1931.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 August 1947.
DMBRILLIANT002001  HMS Brilliant.  H84.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 8 Jul 1929.  Launched 9 Oct 1930. Commissioned 21 Feb 1931.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 August 1947. DMBRILLIANT003001  HMS Brilliant.  H84.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 8 Jul 1929.  Launched 9 Oct 1930. Commissioned 21 Feb 1931.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 August 1947. DMBRILLIANT004001  HMS Brilliant.  H84.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 8 Jul 1929.  Launched 9 Oct 1930. Commissioned 21 Feb 1931.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 August 1947. DMBRILLIANT005001  HMS Brilliant.  H84.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 8 Jul 1929.  Launched 9 Oct 1930. Commissioned 21 Feb 1931.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 18 August 1947.
DMBRISSENDEN001001  HMS Brissenden. L79. Hunt Type IV Destroyer. LaunchedSept 1942. Scrapped March 1963. DMBRISSENDEN002001  HMS Brissenden. L79. Hunt Type IV Destroyer. LaunchedSept 1942. Scrapped March 1963. DMBRITOMART001001  HMS Britomart.  J22.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Built by Devonport Dockyard.  Ordered 11 August 1937.  Laid down:	1 January 1938.  Launched: 23 August 1938.  Commissioned: 24 August 1939. 	Sunk by RAF Hawker Typhoons on 27 August 1944 off Nornady being mistaken for enemy ships. DMBRITOMART002001  HMS Britomart.  J22.  Halcyon Class Minesweeper.  Built by Devonport Dockyard.  Ordered 11 August 1937.  Laid down:	1 January 1938.  Launched: 23 August 1938.  Commissioned: 24 August 1939. 	Sunk by RAF Hawker Typhoons on 27 August 1944 off Nornady being mistaken for enemy ships.
DMBRITON001001  HMS Briton.  W69.  Brigand Class Rescue Tug. Formerly HMS Bandit.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched	15 Feb 1938.  Commissioned May 1938.   Based in Simonstown, South Africa during the war years as HMS Bandit.   In 1947 she was renamed Briton.  Sold to commercial use in 1960. DMBRIXHAM001001  HMS Brixham.  J105.   Bangor class Minesweeper.  Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Ordered	9 Sep 1939.  Laid down 6 Nov 1940.  Launched 21 Oct 1941.  Commissioned	19 Aug 1942.  Sold 7 July 1948. DMBROADWATER001001  HMS Broadwater.  H81.  Town Class Destroyer.  Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 10 Jul 1918.  Launched 8 Mar 1919.  Commissioned  	9 Oct 1940.  Sunk on 18 Oct 1941 by U-101. DMBROADWAY001001  HMS Broadway. H90.  Town Class Destroyer.  Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 20 Aug 1918.  Launched 14 Feb 1920.  Commissioned 9 Oct 1940.  Decommissioned and sold for scrap in May 1948.
DMBROCKLESBY001001  HMS Brocklesby. L 42/F 142. Hunt Type II Escort Destroyer. Launched Sept 1940. Scrapped 1959. DMBROCKLESBY002001  HMS Brocklesby. L 42/F 142. Hunt Type II Escort Destroyer. Launched Sept 1940. Scrapped 1959. DMBROCKLESBY003001  HMS Brocklesby. L 42/F 142. Hunt Type II Escort Destroyer. Launched Sept 1940. Scrapped 1959. DMBROCKLESBY004001  HMS Brocklesby. L 42/F 142. Hunt Type II Escort Destroyer. Launched Sept 1940. Scrapped 1959..
DMBROKE001001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942. DMBROKE002001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942. DMBROKE003001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942. DMBROKE004001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942.
DMBROKE005001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942. DMBROKE006001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942. DMBROKE007001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942. DMBROKE008001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942.
DMBROKE009001  HMS Broke. D 83. Shakespeare Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1920 as HMS Rook. Sunk by gunfire from Vichy French shore battery off Algiers Nov 1942. DMBRYHER001001  HMS Bryher.  T350.   Isles class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.)   Ordered 7 Jul 1942.  Laid down 28 Dec 1942.  Launched 8 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 24 Aug 1943.  Sold in 1947. DMBRYONY001001  HMS Bryony.  K192.  Flower class Corvette.  Built by	Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 8 Apr 1940.  Laid down 16 Nov 1940.  Launched 15 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 4 Jun 1942.  Sunk while fitting out by a German air attack, on 15 April 1941. Raised & repaired.   commissioned as above. She was built as a short forecastle corvette, after salvage she was rebuilt as an extra long forecastle corvette, her build time is the longest on record for a Flower.  Sold to the Royal Norwegian Navy in 1947 and renamed Polarfront II. DMBUDE001001  HMS Bude. J116. Bangor Class Minesweeper. Launched Sept 1940. Sold to Egyptian Navy 1946 and re-named 'Nasr'.
DMBUGLOSS001001  HMS Bugloss.  K306.   Flower class Corvette.  Built by John Crown & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland, U.K) : Clark and N.E. Marine.  Ordered 15 May 1942.  Laid down 26 Nov 1942.  Launched 21 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 8 Nov 1943.  Loaned to the Royal Indian Navy on 19 February 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy and scrapped. DMBULLDOG001001  HMS Bulldog.  H91.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 10 Aug 1929.  Launched 6 Dec 1930. Commissioned 8 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 Janaury 1946. DMBULLDOG002001  HMS Bulldog.  H91.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 10 Aug 1929.  Launched 6 Dec 1930. Commissioned 8 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 Janaury 1946. DMBULLDOG003001  HMS Bulldog.  H91.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 10 Aug 1929.  Launched 6 Dec 1930. Commissioned 8 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 Janaury 1946.
DMBULLDOG004001  HMS Bulldog.  H91.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 10 Aug 1929.  Launched 6 Dec 1930. Commissioned 8 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 Janaury 1946. DMBULLDOG005001  HMS Bulldog.  H91.  B Class Destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 22 Mar 1929.  Laid down 10 Aug 1929.  Launched 6 Dec 1930. Commissioned 8 Apr 1931. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 Janaury 1946. DMBULLFINCH001001  HMS Bullfinch.  Cable-laying ship.  No info. DMBULLHEAD001001  HMS Bullhead.  Cable Laying Ship.  No info.
DMBULOLO001001  HMS Bulolo.  F82.  Armed Merchant Cruiser.  Built by	Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Launched 31 May 1938.  Commissioned 4 Jan 1940.  Requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to an armed merchant cruiser. Conversion was completed on 4 January 1940. On 4 December 1946 returned to owner. DMBUNGAREE001001  HMAS Bungaree.  Auxiliary Minelayer of Royal Australian Navy. Built as a cargo vessel and launched in 1937.  Requisitioned by the RAN in October 1940. Decommissioned on 7 August 1946 and returned to her owners on 5 November 1947, she was sold in 1957 and renamed Dampier. She was then sold in 1960 and renamed Eastern Mariner and while operating in South Vietnamese waters she struck a mine on the Saigon River and was sunk on 26 May 1966. DMBURNET001001  HMS Burnet.  K348.  Fllower class Corvette.  Built by	Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 22 Jul 1942.  Laid down 2 Nov 1942.   Launched 31 May 1943.  Commissioned 23 Sep 1943.  Loaned to the Royal Indian Navy on 15 May 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 17 May 1946.  Sold to the Thai Navy on 15 May 1947. DMBURNHAM001001  HMS Burnham.  H82.  Town class Destroyer.  Built by	Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp. (Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.A.) .  Laid down 3 Dec 1918.  Launched 11 Apr 1919.  Commissioned 9 Oct 1940.  Scrapped at Pembroke, Wales in December 1948.
DMBURWELL001001  HMS Burwell.  H94.   Town class Destroyer.  Built by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., (Squantum, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 20 Apr 1918.  Launched 28 Aug 1918.  Commissioned 9 Oct 1940.  Decommissioned and sold for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMBURWELL002001  HMS Burwell.  H94.   Town class Destroyer.  Built by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., (Squantum, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 20 Apr 1918.  Launched 28 Aug 1918.  Commissioned 9 Oct 1940.  Decommissioned and sold for scrap on 4 March 1947. DMBUSTLER001001  HMS Bustler.  W72.   Bustler class Rescue Tug.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Laid down 1 Feb 1941.  Launched 4 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 14 May 1942. DMBUTE001001  HMS Bute. T168. Isles Class Minesweeping Trawler. Launched May 1941. Sold March 1946.
DMBUTSER001001  HMS Butser.  T219.   Hill class Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Nov 1940.  Laid down 1 Apr 1941.  Launched 29 Jul 1941.  Commissioned	16 Jan 1942.  Sold for scrap 22 October 1963. DMBUXTON001001  HMS Buxton.  H96.   Town class Destroyer.  Built by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., (Squantum, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 20 Apr 1918.  Launched 10 Oct 1918.  Commissioned 8 Oct 1940.   Lent to the Royal Canadian Navy until the end of 1944. Finally paid off on 2 June 1945. Sold for scrap on 21 March 1946 and broken up in Canada. DMBYMS68001001  HMS BYMS 2068.  J868.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name BYMS 68.   Built by Wheeler Shipbuilding Corp. (Whitestone, Long Island, New York, U.S.A.).  Ordered 14 Mar 1942.  Laid down	30 Apr 1942.  Launched	9 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 16 Mar 1943.  Returned to the USN on 18 May 1946. DMBYMS244001001  HMS BYMS 2244.  J1044.  Minesweeper of the YMS class. Former name USS YMS 244.  Built by Tacoma Boat Building Co. (Tacoma, Washington, U.S.A.).  Ordered 8 Jun 1942.  Laid down	5 Oct 1942.  Launched 18 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 3 Jul 1943.  Returned to the USN 14 November 1947.    Former name	USS YMS 244
DMBYMS2022001001  HMS BYMS 2022.  YMS Class Minesweeper.  Pennant	J822.  Built by Seattle Ship Building and Dry Dock Co. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Ordered 11 Jun 1941.  Laid down	24 Oct 1941.  Launched	21 Mar 1942.  Mined and sunk in the Golfe de Fréjus. DMBYMS2029001001  HMS BYMS 2029.  J829.   YMS class Minesweeper.  Built by Barbour Boat Works (New Bern, North Carolina, U.S.A.).  Ordered 11 Jun 1941.  Laid down 11 Aug 1941.  Launched 17 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jun 1942.  Returned to the USN on 12 February 1948. DMBYMS2032001001  HMS BYMS 2032.  J832.   YMS class Minesweeper.  Built by American Car and Foundry Co. (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.).  Ordered	14 Mar 1942.  Laid down 21 May 1942.  Launched 29 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 10 Apr 1943.  Returned to the USN on 19 May 1948. DMBYMS2037001001  HMS BYMS 2037. J837.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Built by Barbour Boat Works (New Bern, North Carolina, U.S.A.).  Ordered 14 Mar 1942.  Laid down 5 May 1942.  Launched 7 Sep 1942.   Commissioned 15 Mar 1943.  Returned to the USN on 23 May 1947.  Former name BYMS 37.
DMBYMS2051001001  HMS BYMS 2051. J851.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Built by Gibbs Gas Engine Co. (Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A.).  Ordered 14 Mar 1942.  Laid down 4 Jul 1942.  Launched 8 Sep 1942. Commissioned 5 May 1943.  Returned to the USN on 1 September 1947.  Former name BYMS 51. DMBYMS2056001001  HMS BYMS 2056.  J856.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name BYMS 56.  Built by Westergard Boat Works Inc. (Biloxi, Mississippi, U.S.A.). Ordered 14 Mar 1942.  Laid down 1 May 1942.  Launched 24 Dec 1942.  Commissioned	21 Jun 1943 .  Returned to the USN on 27 April 1946. DMBYMS2070001001  HMS BYMS 2070.  J870.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name BYMS 70.  Built by Wheeler Shipbuilding Corp. (Whitestone, Long Island, New York, U.S.A.).  Ordered	14 Mar 1942.  Laid down 15 May 1942.  Launched 22 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 15 Apr 1943.  Returned to the USN on 8 May 1948. DMBYMS2186001001  HMS BYMS 2186.  J986.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name USS YMS 186.  Built by Greenport Basin and Construction Co. (Greenport, Long Island, New York, U.S.A.).  Ordered 8 Jun 1942.  Laid down 12 May 1942.  Launched 22 Aug 1942.  Commissioned 27 Feb 1943.  Returned to the USN on 15 December 1943 and transferred to Greece as Leros the same day.
DMBYMS2189001001  HMS BYMS 2189.  J989.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name USS YMS 189.  Built by Greenport Basin and Construction Co. (Greenport, Long Island, New York, U.S.A.).  Ordered 8 Jun 1942.  Laid down 25 Aug 1942.  Launched 14 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 1 May 1943.  Returned to the USN on 29 August 1947. DMBYMS2229001001  HMS BYMS 2229.  J1029.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name USS YMS 229.  Built byn Frank L. Sample, Jr. (Boothbay Harbor, Maine, U.S.A.).  Orderedn 8 Jun 1942.  Laid down 7 Sep 1942.  Launched 11 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 5 Jun 1943.  Returned to the USN on 15 December 1943 and transferred to Greece the same day as Patmos. DMBYMS2230001001  HMS BYMS 2230.  J1030.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name USS YMS 230.  Built by Frank L. Sample, Jr. (Boothbay Harbor, Maine, U.S.A.).  Ordered 8 Jun 1942.  Laid down 7 Sep 1942.  Launched 20 Feb 1943.  Commissioned	7 Jul 1943.  Returned to the USN on 1 January 1947. DMBYMS2277001001  HMS BYMS 2277.  J1077.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name USS YMS 277.  Built by J. M. Martinac Shipbuilding Corp. (Tacoma, Washington, U.S.A.).  Ordered 8 Jun 1942.  Laid down 5 Feb 1943.  Launched 19 Jun 1943. Commissioned 18 Oct 1943.
DMBYMS2282001001  HMS BYMS 2282.  J1082.  Minesweeper of the YMS class.  Former name USS YMS 282.  Built by San Diego Marine Construction Co. (San Diego, California, U.S.A.).  Ordered	8 Jun 1942.  Laid down	15 Aug 1942.  Launched 30 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 26 Aug 1943. DMCADIZ001001  HMS Cadiz R09/D73. Battle Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1944. Transferred to Pakistan 1956 and re-named 'Khaibar'. Sunk by Indian Navy during Indo-Pakistan War 1971. DMCADIZ002001  HMS Cadiz R09/D73. Battle Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1944. Transferred to Pakistan 1956 and re-named 'Khaibar'. Sunk by Indian Navy during Indo-Pakistan War 1971. DMCADIZ003001  HMS Cadiz R09/D73. Battle Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1944. Transferred to Pakistan 1956 and re-named 'Khaibar'. Sunk by Indian Navy during Indo-Pakistan War 1971.
DMCADMUS001001  HMS Cadmus. J230. Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched May 1942. Sold to Belgium 1950 and re-named 'Georges Lecointe'. Scrapped 1960. DMCAESAR001001  HMS Caesar. R 07 / D 07. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched as HMS Ranger Feb 1944. Scrapped Jan 1967. DMCAESAR002001  HMS Caesar. R 07 / D 07. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched as HMS Ranger Feb 1944. Scrapped Jan 1967. DMCAESAR003001  HMS Caesar. R 07 / D 07. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched as HMS Ranger Feb 1944. Scrapped Jan 1967.
DMCAESAR004001  HMS Caesar. R 07 / D 07. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched as HMS Ranger Feb 1944. Scrapped Jan 1967. DMCAESAR005001  HMS Caesar. R 07 / D 07. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched as HMS Ranger Feb 1944. Scrapped Jan 1967. DMCAESAR006001  HMS Caesar. R 07 / D 07. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched as HMS Ranger Feb 1944. Scrapped Jan 1967. DMCAICOS001001  HMS Caicos.  K505.  Frigate of the Colony class.  Built by Walsch-Kaiser Co., Inc. (Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jun 1943.  Laid downn23 Apr 1943.  Launched 6 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1943.  Assigned as an aircraft direction frigate. She was the only frigate in WW2 fitted as such. She operated in the North Sea to detect Nazi V-1 cruise missiles ('buzz bombs') aimed at Britain.  HMS Caicos is not listed as active unit in the October 1945 Navy List  Returned to the USN on 12 December 1945.
DMCAILIFF001001  HMS Cailiff.  T276.  Minesweeping  Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Collingwood Shipyards Ltd. (Collingwood, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 8 Aug 1941.  Laid down 1 Dec 1941.  Launched 30 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 1 Jun 1945.  Decommissioned by the Royal Canadian Navy on 17 June 1945 and returned to the Royal Navy the same day. Sold in 1946. DMCAIRO001001  HMS Cairo. D87. Capetown Class Cruiser. Launched Nov 1918. Torpedoed and sunk by Italian Submarine Aug 1942. DMCAIRO005001  HMS Cairo. D87. Capetown Class Cruiser. Launched Nov 1918. Torpedoed and sunk by Italian Submarine Aug 1942. DMCAIRO006001  HMS Cairo. D87. Capetown Class Cruiser. Launched Nov 1918. Torpedoed and sunk by Italian Submarine Aug 1942.
DMCAIRO007001  HMS Cairo. D87. Capetown Class Cruiser. Launched Nov 1918. Torpedoed and sunk by Italian Submarine Aug 1942. DMCAIRO008001  HMS Cairo. D87. Capetown Class Cruiser. Launched Nov 1918. Torpedoed and sunk by Italian Submarine Aug 1942. DMCAIRO009001  HMS Cairo. D87. Capetown Class Cruiser. Launched Nov 1918. Torpedoed and sunk by Italian Submarine Aug 1942. DMCAISTORCASTLE001001  HMS Caistor Castle.  K690.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered	19 Dec 1942.  Laid down 28 Aug 1943.  Launched 22 May 1944.  Commissioned	29 Sep 1944.  Scrapped March 1956.
DMCALCUTTA001001  HMS Calcutta  D82. Cairo Class Cruiser.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Jun 1917.  Laid down 18 Oct 1917.  Launched 9 Jul 1918.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1919. Sunk in the Eastern Mediterranean 1 Jun 1941 by 2 bombs from German Ju-88 bombers. DMCALCUTTA002001  HMS Calcutta.  D82. Cairo Class Cruiser.  Built by Vickers (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered Jun 1917.  Laid down 18 Oct 1917.  Launched 9 Jul 1918.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1919. Sunk in the Eastern Mediterranean 1 Jun 1941 by 2 bombs from German Ju-88 bombers. DMCALDWELL001001  HMS Caldwell.  I20.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Formerly USS Hale.  Built by	Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine, U.S.A.).  Laid down 7 Oct 1918.  Launched 29 May 1919. Commissioned 9 Sep 1940.  Broken up for scrap in September 1944. DMCALEDON001001  HMS Caledon.  D53.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 17 Mar 1916.  Launched	25 Nov 1916.  Commissioned 6 Mar 1917.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1948.
DMCALEDON002001  HMS Caledon.  D53.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 17 Mar 1916.  Launched	25 Nov 1916.  Commissioned 6 Mar 1917.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1948. DMCALEDON003001  HMS Caledon.  D53.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 17 Mar 1916.  Launched	25 Nov 1916.  Commissioned 6 Mar 1917.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1948. DMCALEDON004001  HMS Caledon.  D53.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 17 Mar 1916.  Launched	25 Nov 1916.  Commissioned 6 Mar 1917.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1948. DMCALEDON005001  HMS Caledon.  D53.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 17 Mar 1916.  Launched	25 Nov 1916.  Commissioned 6 Mar 1917.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 22 January 1948.
DMCALPE001001  HMS Calpe L71.  Hunt Class Type II Escort destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 12 Jun 1940. Launched 28 Apr 1941.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1941.  Sold to the Royal Danish Navy on 28 February 1952 and renamed Rolf Krake.  Scrapped in 1966 at Ystad, Sweden. DMCALPE002001  HMS Calpe L71.  Hunt Class Type II Escort destroyer.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.): Wallsend.  Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 12 Jun 1940. Launched 28 Apr 1941.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1941.  Sold to the Royal Danish Navy on 28 February 1952 and renamed Rolf Krake.  Scrapped in 1966 at Ystad, Sweden. DMCALVAY001001  HMS Calvay.  T383.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Mar 1943.  Laid down	20 Sep 1943.  Launched 29 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 16 Feb 1944.  Sold in 1946. DMCALYPSO001001  HMS Calypso.  D61.  Light cruiser of the Caledon class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down	7 Feb 1916. Launched 24 Jan 1917.  Commissioned	21 Jun 1917.  Sunk by Italian Submarine 12 Jun 1940.
DMCALYPSO002001  HMS Calypso.  D61.  Light cruiser of the Caledon class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down	7 Feb 1916. Launched 24 Jan 1917.  Commissioned	21 Jun 1917.  Sunk by Italian Submarine 12 Jun 1940. DMCALYPSO003001  HMS Calypso.  D61.  Light cruiser of the Caledon class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down	7 Feb 1916. Launched 24 Jan 1917.  Commissioned	21 Jun 1917.  Sunk by Italian Submarine 12 Jun 1940. DMCALYPSO004001  HMS Calypso.  D61.  Light cruiser of the Caledon class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down	7 Feb 1916. Launched 24 Jan 1917.  Commissioned	21 Jun 1917.  Sunk by Italian Submarine 12 Jun 1940. DMCAMBRIAN001001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971.
DMCAMBRIAN002001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971. DMCAMBRIAN003001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971. DMCAMBRIAN004001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971. DMCAMBRIAN005001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971.
DMCAMBRIAN006001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971. DMCAMBRIAN007001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971. DMCAMBRIAN008001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971. DMCAMBRIAN009001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971.
DMCAMBRIAN010001  HMS Cambrian. R 85. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Dec 1943 as HMS Spitfire. Scrapped Sept 1971. DMCAMELLIA001001  HMS Camellia.  K31.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 14 Nov 1939.  Launched 4 May 1940.  Commissioned 18 Jun 1940. Sold on 9 August 1946.  Became the merchantile Hetty W. Vinke in 1948. DMCAMPANIA001001  HMS Campania.  D48.  Escort Carrier.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Laid down	5 Aug 1941.  Launched 17 Jun 1943.  Commissioned	7 Mar 1944.  Decommissioned to reserve 30 December 1945. Recommissioned. After World War and she was used as a floating exhibition hall on the Thames at the 1951 "Festival of Britain".   In 1952 transported equipment and scientists to the Monte Bello atomic bomb tests. Decommissioned in December 1952. Sold for scrap in October 1955. DMCAMPANIA002001  HMS Campania.  D48.  Escort Carrier.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Laid down	5 Aug 1941.  Launched 17 Jun 1943.  Commissioned	7 Mar 1944.  Decommissioned to reserve 30 December 1945. Recommissioned. After World War and she was used as a floating exhibition hall on the Thames at the 1951 "Festival of Britain".   In 1952 transported equipment and scientists to the Monte Bello atomic bomb tests. Decommissioned in December 1952. Sold for scrap in October 1955.
DMCAMPANULA001001  HMS Campanula.  K18.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 26 Oct 1939.  Launched 23 May 1940.  Commissioned 6 Sep 1940.  Sold for scrap  21 August 1947. DMCAMPBELL001001  HMS Campbell. D60.   Scott Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1918. Scrapped Feb 1947. DMCAMPBELL002001  HMS Campbell. D60.   Scott Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1918. Scrapped Feb 1947. DMCAMPBELL003001  HMS Campbell. D60.   Scott Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1918. Scrapped Feb 1947.
DMCAMPBELL004001  HMS Campbell. D60.   Scott Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1918. Scrapped Feb 1947. DMCAMPBELL005001  HMS Campbell. D60.   Scott Class Destroyer. Launched Sept 1918. Scrapped Feb 1947. DMCAMPBELTOWN001001  HMS Campbeltown.  I42.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine, U.S.A.).  Laid down 29 Jun 1918.  Launched 2 Jan 1919.  Commissioned 9 Sep 1940.  Lost 28 Mar 1942.  Destroyed as explosive vessel against the gate of the massive dry dock Normandie at St. Nazaire, France (to deny large German surface ships the use of it for repair). DMCAMPERDOWN001001  HMS Camperdown. D 32. Battle Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1944. Deployed to Pacific Fleet but saw no action. Scrapped 1970.
DMCAMPERDOWN002001  HMS Camperdown. D 32. Battle Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1944. Deployed to Pacific Fleet but saw no action. Scrapped 1970. DMCAMPERDOWN003001  HMS Camperdown. D 32. Battle Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1944. Deployed to Pacific Fleet but saw no action. Scrapped 1970. DMCAMPION001001  HMS Campion.  K108.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by John Crown & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland, U.K).  Ordered 15 Dec 1939.  Laid down 16 Sep 1940.  Launched 20 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 7 Jul 1941.  Sold on 20 April 1947 and scrapped at Newport. DMCANBERRA001001  HMS Canberra. D 33. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Launched May 1927. Sunk by Japanese gunfire off Savo Island during the US assault on Guadalcanal Aug 1942.
DMCAPDELAMADELEINE001001  HMCS Cap de la Madeleine.  K663/317.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Morton Engineering and Dry Dock Co. (Quebec City, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered Oct 1941.  Laid down 5 Nov 1943.  Launched 13 May 1944.  Commissioned	30 Sep 1944.  Decommissioned 25 November 1945.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 317 on 7 December 1954.  Decommissioned 15 May 1965. DMCAPESCOTT001001  HMCS Cape Scott.  ARE 101.  Cape-class escort maintenance ship. Originally built for the Royal Navy as HMS Beachy Head in 1944.  Loaned to the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1947 as HNLMS Vulkaan. Returned to the Royal Navy in 1950. Sold to the Royal Canadian Navy in 1952 and served until 1975, used as an alongside repair depot after decommissioning. Scrapped 1978. DMCAPESCOTT002001  HMCS Cape Scott.  ARE 101.  Cape-class escort maintenance ship. Originally built for the Royal Navy as HMS Beachy Head in 1944.  Loaned to the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1947 as HNLMS Vulkaan. Returned to the Royal Navy in 1950. Sold to the Royal Canadian Navy in 1952 and served until 1975, used as an alongside repair depot after decommissioning. Scrapped 1978. DMCAPETOWN001001  HMS Capetown.  D88.  Light cruiser of the Cairo class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Jun 1917.  Laid down 23 Feb 1918.  Launched 28 Jun 1919. Commissioned 10 Apr 1922.  Completed by Pembroke Dockyard. Scrapped 2 June 1946.
DMCAPEWRATH001001  HMS Cape Wrath.  F49.  Repair Ship of the Beachy Head class.  Built by West Coast Shipbuilders Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).  Laid down 16 Mar 1945. Launched 24 Aug 1945.  Commissioned 5 Mar 1946. DMCAPRICE001001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE002001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE003001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough.
DMCAPRICE004001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE005001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE006001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE007001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough.
DMCAPRICE008001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE009001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE010001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE011001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough.
DMCAPRICE012001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE013001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE014001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough. DMCAPRICE015001  HMS Caprice. R01/D01.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Laid down as HMS Swallow.  Built by Yarrow, Scotstoun.  Laid down 24 September 1942. Launched 16 September 1943.  Commissioned 5 April 1944.  Modernised 1959.  Paid off March 1973.  Sold for scrapping 22 June 1979 at Queenborough.
DMCARADOC001001  HMS Caradoc.  D60.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 21 Feb 1916.  Launched 23 Dec 1916.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1917.  Became a base ship in April 1944.  Sold scrap on 5 April 1946. DMCARADOC002001  HMS Caradoc.  D60.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 21 Feb 1916.  Launched 23 Dec 1916.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1917.  Became a base ship in April 1944.  Sold scrap on 5 April 1946. DMCARADOC003001  HMS Caradoc.  D60.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 21 Feb 1916.  Launched 23 Dec 1916.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1917.  Became a base ship in April 1944.  Sold scrap on 5 April 1946. DMCARADOC004001  HMS Caradoc.  D60.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 21 Feb 1916.  Launched 23 Dec 1916.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1917.  Became a base ship in April 1944.  Sold scrap on 5 April 1946.
DMCARADOC005001  HMS Caradoc.  D60.  Caledon Class Light cruiser.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Dec 1915.  Laid down 21 Feb 1916.  Launched 23 Dec 1916.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1917.  Became a base ship in April 1944.  Sold scrap on 5 April 1946. DMCARDIFF001001  HMS Cardiff.  D58.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 22 Jul 1916.  Launched 12 Apr 1917.  Commissioned	25 Jun 1917.  Sold for scrap 23 January 1946. DMCARDIFF002001  HMS Cardiff.  D58.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 22 Jul 1916.  Launched 12 Apr 1917.  Commissioned	25 Jun 1917.  Sold for scrap 23 January 1946. DMCARDIFF003001  HMS Cardiff.  D58.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 22 Jul 1916.  Launched 12 Apr 1917.  Commissioned	25 Jun 1917.  Sold for scrap 23 January 1946.
DMCARDIFF004001  HMS Cardiff.  D58.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 22 Jul 1916.  Launched 12 Apr 1917.  Commissioned	25 Jun 1917.  Sold for scrap 23 January 1946. DMCARDIFF005001  HMS Cardiff.  D58.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 22 Jul 1916.  Launched 12 Apr 1917.  Commissioned	25 Jun 1917.  Sold for scrap 23 January 1946. DMCARISBROOKECASTLE001001  HMS Carisbrooke Castle.  K379.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. (Dundee, Scotland).  Ordered 2 Feb 1943.  Laid down Mar 1943.  Launched 31 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 17 Nov 1943.  In reserve at Devonport during 1947-1949.  Refitted by the Penarth Pontoon Company during 1949-1950.  Refitted at Falmouth during September 1951.  2nd Training Sqdn at Portland from May 52 untill 1956.  Scrapped 14 June 58. DMCARLISLE001001  HMS Carlisle. D 67. Cairo Class Light Cruiser. Launched July 1918. Saw service throughout WWII. Scrapped 1948.
DMCARLISLE002001  HMS Carlisle. D 67. Cairo Class Light Cruiser. Launched July 1918. Saw service throughout WWII. Scrapped 1948. DMCARLISLE003001  HMS Carlisle. D 67. Cairo Class Light Cruiser. Launched July 1918. Saw service throughout WWII. Scrapped 1948. DMCARLISLE004001  HMS Carlisle. D 67. Cairo Class Light Cruiser. Launched July 1918. Saw service throughout WWII. Scrapped 1948. DMCARLISLE005001  HMS Carlisle. D 67. Cairo Class Light Cruiser. Launched July 1918. Saw service throughout WWII. Scrapped 1948.
DMCARLISLE006001  HMS Carlisle. D 67. Cairo Class Light Cruiser. Launched July 1918. Saw service throughout WWII. Scrapped 1948. DMCARRON001001  HMS Carron.  R30/D30.  Destroyer of the Ca class  Laid down as HMS Strenuous.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 26 Nov 1942.  Launched 28 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 6 Nov 1944.  Broken for scrap 4 April 1967.    Former name	HMS Strenuous DMCARRON002001  HMS Carron.  R30/D30.  Destroyer of the Ca class  Laid down as HMS Strenuous.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 26 Nov 1942.  Launched 28 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 6 Nov 1944.  Broken for scrap 4 April 1967. DMCARRON003001  HMS Carron.  R30/D30.  Destroyer of the Ca class  Laid down as HMS Strenuous.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 26 Nov 1942.  Launched 28 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 6 Nov 1944.  Broken for scrap 4 April 1967.
DMCARRON004001  HMS Carron.  R30/D30.  Destroyer of the Ca class  Laid down as HMS Strenuous.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 26 Nov 1942.  Launched 28 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 6 Nov 1944.  Broken for scrap 4 April 1967. DMCARRON005001  HMS Carron.  R30/D30.  Destroyer of the Ca class  Laid down as HMS Strenuous.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered	24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 26 Nov 1942.  Launched 28 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 6 Nov 1944.  Broken for scrap 4 April 1967. DMCARYSFORT001001  HMS Carysfort.  R25/D25.  Built by White, Cowes.  Laid down 12 May 1943.  Launched 25 July 1944.  Commissioned 20 February 1945.  Modernised 1956.   Paid off February 1969.  Sold for scrapping 23 October 1970. DMCARYSFORT002001  MS Carysfort.  R25/D25.  Built by White, Cowes.  Laid down 12 May 1943.  Launched 25 July 1944.  Commissioned 20 February 1945.  Modernised 1956.   Paid off February 1969.  Sold for scrapping 23 October 1970
DMCARYSFORT003001  HMS Carysfort.  R25/D25.  Built by White, Cowes.  Laid down 12 May 1943.  Launched 25 July 1944.  Commissioned 20 February 1945.  Modernised 1956.   Paid off February 1969.  Sold for scrapping 23 October 1970. DMCARYSFORT004001  HMS Carysfort.  R25/D25.  Built by White, Cowes.  Laid down 12 May 1943.  Launched 25 July 1944.  Commissioned 20 February 1945.  Modernised 1956.   Paid off February 1969.  Sold for scrapping 23 October 1970 DMCARYSFORT005001  HMS Carysfort.  R25/D25.  Built by White, Cowes.  Laid down 12 May 1943.  Launched 25 July 1944.  Commissioned 20 February 1945.  Modernised 1956.   Paid off February 1969.  Sold for scrapping 23 October 1970 DMCASCADE001001  MFV Cascade?
DMCASSANDRA001001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA002001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA003001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA004001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967.
DMCASSANDRA005001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA006001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA007001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA008001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967.
DMCASSANDRA009001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA010001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA011001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASSANDRA012001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967.
DMCASSANDRA013001  HMS Cassandra. R62/D10. 'Ca' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1943. (original name 'Tourmaline'). Had her bow blown off by U-365. Modernised 1959. Scrapped April 1967. DMCASTLEMAINE001001  HMAS Castlemaine.  J244.  Minesweeper of the Bathurst class.  Built by Williamstown Dockyard (Williamstown, Victoria, Australia).  Ordered 24 Sep 1940.  Laid down 17 Feb 1941.  Launched 7 Aug 1941.  Commissioned 17 Jul 1942.  Decommissioned 14 December 1945.  She is now moored at Gem Pier, Williamstown, as a museum ship. DMCASTLETON001001  HMS Castleton.  I23.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine, U.S.A.).  Laid down 1 Aug 1918.  Launched 10 Apr 1919.  Commissioned 9 Sep 1940.  Sold for scrap on 4 Mar, 1947. DMCATTERICK001001  HMS Catterick.  L81.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Jul 1940.  Laid down 1 Mar 1941.  Launched 22 Nov 1941. Commissioned 12 Jun 1942. Sold to the Greek Navy 1946 and renamed Hastings.  Broken up for scrap July 1963.
DMCATTISTOCK001001  HMS Cattistock.  L35.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered	21 Mar 1939.  Laid down 9 Jun 1939.  Launched 22 Feb 1940.   Commissioned 1 Aug 1940.  Scrapped at Newport in June 1957. DMCAUVERY001001  HMIS Cauvery. U10/F110. Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched June 1943. Fate unknown. DMCAUVERY002001  HMIS Cauvery. U10/F110. Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched June 1943. Fate unknown. DMCAVA001001  HMS Cava.  T145.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 4 May 1940.  Laid down 19 Aug 1940.  Launched 3 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 28 Jun 1941.  Sold in 1947.
DMCAVALIER001001  HMS Cavalier.  R73/D73.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.). Ordered 24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 28 Mar 1943.  Launched	7 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1944.  Served in World War II and in various commissions in the Far East until decommissioned in 1972. After decommissioning she was preserved as a museum ship and currently resides at Chatham Historic Dockyard. DMCAVALIER002001  HMS Cavalier.  R73/D73.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.). Ordered 24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 28 Mar 1943.  Launched	7 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1944.  Served in World War II and in various commissions in the Far East until decommissioned in 1972. After decommissioning she was preserved as a museum ship and currently resides at Chatham Historic Dockyard. DMCAVALIER003001  HMS Cavalier.  R73/D73.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.). Ordered 24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 28 Mar 1943.  Launched	7 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1944.  Served in World War II and in various commissions in the Far East until decommissioned in 1972. After decommissioning she was preserved as a museum ship and currently resides at Chatham Historic Dockyard. DMCAVALIER004001  HMS Cavalier.  R73/D73.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.). Ordered 24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 28 Mar 1943.  Launched	7 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1944.  Served in World War II and in various commissions in the Far East until decommissioned in 1972. After decommissioning she was preserved as a museum ship and currently resides at Chatham Historic Dockyard.
DMCAVALIER005001  HMS Cavalier.  R73/D73.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.). Ordered 24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 28 Mar 1943.  Launched	7 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1944.  Served in World War II and in various commissions in the Far East until decommissioned in 1972. After decommissioning she was preserved as a museum ship and currently resides at Chatham Historic Dockyard. DMCAVALIER006001  HMS Cavalier.  R73/D73.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.). Ordered 24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 28 Mar 1943.  Launched	7 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1944.  Served in World War II and in various commissions in the Far East until decommissioned in 1972. After decommissioning she was preserved as a museum ship and currently resides at Chatham Historic Dockyard. DMCAVALIER007001  HMS Cavalier.  R73/D73.  Ca Class Destroyer.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.). Ordered 24 Mar 1942.  Laid down 28 Mar 1943.  Launched	7 Apr 1944.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1944.  Served in World War II and in various commissions in the Far East until decommissioned in 1972. After decommissioning she was preserved as a museum ship and currently resides at Chatham Historic Dockyard. DMCAVENDISH001001  HMS Cavendish. R15/D15. C Class Destroyer. Launched April 1944. Scrapped Aug 1967.
DMCAVENDISH002001  HMS Cavendish. R15/D15. C Class Destroyer. Launched April 1944. Scrapped Aug 1967. DMCAVENDISH003001  HMS Cavendish. R15/D15. C Class Destroyer. Launched April 1944. Scrapped Aug 1967. DMCAVENDISH004001  HMS Cavendish. R15/D15. C Class Destroyer. Launched April 1944. Scrapped Aug 1967. DMCAVENDISH005001  HMS Cavendish. R15/D15. C Class Destroyer. Launched April 1944. Scrapped Aug 1967.
DMCAYUGA001001  HMCS Cayuga.  R04/218.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Halifax Shipyards Ltd. (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada).  Ordered Apr 1942.  Laid down 7 Oct 1943.  Launched 28 Jul 1945.  Commissioned 20 Oct 1947.  Pennant numbers: R04 September 1947 - October 1949; DDE218 November 1949 - October 1964.  Decommissioned 27 February 1964. Scrapped in 1965. DMCEDAR001001  HMS Cedar.  T01.  Tree Class Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 6 Sep 1933.  Commissioned 7 Dec 1937.  Completed on 12 October 1933. Taken over by the Admiralty in November 1935.  Sold in July 1946.  Renamed Red Gauntlet in 1947.  Wrecked off Spitzbergen on 10 August 1947. DMCENTURION002  HMS Centurion.  King George V Class Battleship.  Laid down: 16 January 1911.  Launched:18 November 1911.  Commissioned: May 1913.  Decommissioned: 1924.   Sunk as a Mulberry harbour blockship off Avranches 7 June 1944.  Shown being fitted out for wireless control with HMS Shikari alongside. DMCENTURION001001  HMS Centurion.  King George V Class Battleship.  Laid down: 16 January 1911.  Launched:18 November 1911.  Commissioned: May 1913.  Decommissioned: 1924.   Sunk as a Mulberry harbour blockship off Avranches 7 June 1944.
DMCENTURION003001  HMS Centurion.  King George V Class Battleship.  Laid down: 16 January 1911.  Launched:18 November 1911.  Commissioned: May 1913.  Decommissioned: 1924.   Sunk as a Mulberry harbour blockship off Avranches 7 June 1944.  Shown being fitted out for wireless control with HMS Shikari alongside. DMCENTURION004001  HMS Centurion.  King George V Class Battleship.  Laid down: 16 January 1911.  Launched:18 November 1911.  Commissioned: May 1913.  Decommissioned: 1924.   Sunk as a Mulberry harbour blockship off Avranches 7 June 1944. DMCENTURION005001  HMS Centurion.  King George V Class Battleship.  Laid down: 16 January 1911.  Launched:18 November 1911.  Commissioned: May 1913.  Decommissioned: 1924.   Sunk as a Mulberry harbour blockship off Avranches 7 June 1944. DMCENTURION006001  HMS Centurion.  King George V Class Battleship.  Laid down: 16 January 1911.  Launched:18 November 1911.  Commissioned: May 1913.  Decommissioned: 1924.   Sunk as a Mulberry harbour blockship off Avranches 7 June 1944.
DMCENTURION007001  HMS Centurion.  King George V Class Battleship.  Laid down: 16 January 1911.  Launched:18 November 1911.  Commissioned: May 1913.  Decommissioned: 1924.   Sunk as a Mulberry harbour blockship off Avranches 7 June 1944. DMCERES001001  HMS Ceres.  D59.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland) .  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 26 Apr 1916.  Launched 	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 1 Jun 1917.  July 1946, the old cruiser was broken up for scrap. DMCERES002001  HMS Ceres.  D59.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland) .  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 26 Apr 1916.  Launched 	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 1 Jun 1917.  July 1946, the old cruiser was broken up for scrap. DMCERES003001  HMS Ceres.  D59.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland) .  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 26 Apr 1916.  Launched 	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 1 Jun 1917.  July 1946, the old cruiser was broken up for scrap.
DMCERES004001  HMS Ceres.  D59.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland) .  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 26 Apr 1916.  Launched 	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 1 Jun 1917.  July 1946, the old cruiser was broken up for scrap. DMCERES005001  HMS Ceres.  D59.  Ceres Class Light cruiser.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland) .  Ordered Apr 1916.  Laid down 26 Apr 1916.  Launched 	24 Mar 1917.  Commissioned 1 Jun 1917.  July 1946, the old cruiser was broken up for scrap. DMCEYLON001001  HMS Ceylon.  30.  Fiji Class Light cruiser.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 1 Mar 1939.  Laid down 27 Apr 1939.  Launched 30 Jul 1942.  Commissioned 13 Jul 1943.  Sold to the Peruvian Navy on 9 February 1960.  She was renamed, Colonel Bolognesi.  Discarded in May 1982 and scrapped August 1985. DMCEYLON002001  HMS Ceylon.  30.  Fiji Class Light cruiser.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 1 Mar 1939.  Laid down 27 Apr 1939.  Launched 30 Jul 1942.  Commissioned 13 Jul 1943.  Sold to the Peruvian Navy on 9 February 1960.  She was renamed, Colonel Bolognesi.  Discarded in May 1982 and scrapped August 1985.
DMCHALLENGER001001  HMS Challenger. Survey Ship. Launched 1931. Broken up 1954. DMCHALLENGER002001  HMS Challenger. Survey Ship. Launched 1931. Broken up 1954. DMCHAMBLY001001  HMCS Chambly.  K116.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 20 Jan 1940.  Laid down 20 Feb 1940.  Launched 29 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 18 Dec 1940.  Decomissioned 20 June 1945.  Became the Dutch merchantile Sonia Vinkle in 1952. Broken up for scrap October 1966. DMCHAMELEON001001  HMS Chamaeleon. J387/M387. Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched may 1944. Scrapped April 1960.
DMCHAMOIS001001  HMS Chamois.  J28.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Associated Shipbuilders (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Ordered 6 Dec 1941.  Laid down 3 Jun 1942.  Launched	26 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 22 Oct 1943 . Heavily damaged when mined off Normandy, France on 21 July 1944.  Declared CTL and not repaired.  Returned to the United States Navy on 10 December 1946. DMCHANTICLEER001001  HMS Chanticleer. U 05. Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Sept 1942. Struck by a Gnat from U-515 and towed to Azores. Hulked and re-named 'Lusitania' and used as a Store Ship. Scrapped 1946. DMCHAPLET001001  HMS Chaplet R52/D52. C Class Destroyer. Launched July 1944. Scrapped 1965. DMCHAPLET002001  HMS Chaplet R52/D52. C Class Destroyer. Launched July 1944. Scrapped 1965.
DMCHAPLET003001  HMS Chaplet R52/D52. C Class Destroyer. Launched July 1944. Scrapped 1965. DMCHAPLET004001  HMS Chaplet R52/D52. C Class Destroyer. Launched July 1944. Scrapped 1965. DMCHARITY001001  HMS Charity. R29/D29. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1944. Fought in Korean War. Sold to the USA June 1958 and re-named USS Shah Jehan DD-962. Modified in England and transferred to Pakistan Dec 1958. Scrapped 1971. DMCHARITY002001  HMS Charity. R29/D29. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1944. Fought in Korean War. Sold to the USA June 1958 and re-named USS Shah Jehan DD-962. Modified in England and transferred to Pakistan Dec 1958. Scrapped 1971.
DMCHARITY003001  HMS Charity. R29/D29. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1944. Fought in Korean War. Sold to the USA June 1958 and re-named USS Shah Jehan DD-962. Modified in England and transferred to Pakistan Dec 1958. Scrapped 1971. DMCHARITY004001  HMS Charity. R29/D29. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Nov 1944. Fought in Korean War. Sold to the USA June 1958 and re-named USS Shah Jehan DD-962. Modified in England and transferred to Pakistan Dec 1958. Scrapped 1971. DMCHARLESTOWN001001  HMS Charlestown  I21.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Originally named USS Abbot and transferred under the destroyer- land bases exchange with the US.  Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Apr 1918.  Launched 4 Jul 1918.  Commissioned 23 Sep 1940.  Sold for scrap on 4 March 1947 at Sunderland. DMCHARLESTOWN002001  HMS Charlestown  I21.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Originally named USS Abbot and transferred under the destroyer- land bases exchange with the US.  Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Apr 1918.  Launched 4 Jul 1918.  Commissioned 23 Sep 1940.  Sold for scrap on 4 March 1947 at Sunderland.
DMCHARLOCK001001  HMS Charlock.  K395.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Ferguson Shipbuilders. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Jul 1942.  Launched 16 Nov 1943.  Commissioned Mar 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Indian Navy and renamed Mahratta. In 1947 Mahratta was stranded and became a total loss. DMCHARLOTTETOWN001001  HMCS Charlottetown.  K244.  Flower Class Corvette.  Built by Kingston Shipbuilding Co. (Kingston, Ontario, Canada).  Laid down 7 Jun 1941.  Launched 10 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 13 Dec 1941.  Sunk on 11 Sep 1942 by U-517. DMCHARYBDIS001001  HMS Charybdis. Pennant No 88. Dido Class Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1940. Sunk by torpedoes from German Torpedo Boats T-23 and T-27 off Brittany ) Oct 1943. DMCHARYBDIS002001  HMS Charybdis. Pennant No 88. Dido Class Light Cruiser. Launched Sept 1940. Sunk by torpedoes from German Torpedo Boats T-23 and T-27 off Brittany ) Oct 1943.
DMCHASER001001  HMS Chaser.  D32.  Attacker Class Escort Carrier.  Built by Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp. (Pascagoula, Mississippi, U.S.A.).  Laid down 28 Jun 1941.  Launched 19 Jun 1942 .  Commissioned 9 Apr 1943.    Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 12 May 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 3 July 1946.  Sold into merchantile service on 20 December 1946 being renamed Aagtekerk. DMCHASER002001  HMS Chaser.  D32.  Attacker Class Escort Carrier.  Built by Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp. (Pascagoula, Mississippi, U.S.A.).  Laid down 28 Jun 1941.  Launched 19 Jun 1942 .  Commissioned 9 Apr 1943.    Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 12 May 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 3 July 1946.  Sold into merchantile service on 20 December 1946 being renamed Aagtekerk. DMCHEERFUL001001  HMS Cheerful.  J388/M88.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.   Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 30 Apr 1942.  Laid down 20 Aug 1943.  Launched 22 May 1944.  Commissioned 13 Oct 1944.  Scrapped at Queenborough in September 1963.    Commands listed for H DMCHELSEA001001  HMS Chelsea.  I35. Built as USS Crowninshield.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Nov 1918.  Launched	24 Jul 1919.  Commissionedn 9 Sep 1940.  On 16 July 1944 she was transferred to Russia and renamed Derskni.
DMCHEQUERS001001  HMS Chequers. R61/D61. 'C ' Class Destroyer. Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped July 1966. DMCHEQUERS002001  HMS Chequers. R61/D61. 'C ' Class Destroyer. Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped July 1966. DMCHESTERFIELD001001  HMS Chesterfield.  I28. Built as USS Welborn C Wood Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 24 Sep 1918.  Launched 6 Mar 1920.  Commissioned 9 Sep 1940.  Broken up for scrap in 1947. DMCHEVIOT001001  HMS Cheviot.  R90.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Apr 1943.  Launched	2 May 1944.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1945.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in October 1962.
DMCHEVIOT002001  HMS Cheviot.  R90.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Apr 1943.  Launched	2 May 1944.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1945.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in October 1962. DMCHEVIOT003001  HMS Cheviot.  R90.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Apr 1943.  Launched	2 May 1944.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1945.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in October 1962. DMCHEVIOT004001  HMS Cheviot.  R90.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Apr 1943.  Launched	2 May 1944.  Commissioned 11 Dec 1945.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in October 1962. DMCHEVRON001001  HMS Chevron. R51/D51. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1944. Scrapped Dec 1969.
DMCHEVRON002001  HMS Chevron. R51/D51. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1944. Scrapped Dec 1969. DMCHEVRON003001  HMS Chevron. R51/D51. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1944. Scrapped Dec 1969. DMCHEVRON004001  HMS Chevron. R51/D51. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1944. Scrapped Dec 1969. DMCHICOUTIMI001001  HMCS Chicoutimi.  K156.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 20 Jan 1940.  Laid down 5 Jul 1940.  Launched	16 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 12 May 1941.  Decommissioned 16 June 1945.  Broken up at Hamilton, Ontario, Cananda in 1946.
DMCHIDDINGFOLD001001  HMS Chiddingfold.  L31/D94.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 1 Mar 1940.  Launched 10 Mar 1941. Commissioned 16 Oct 1941.  Lent to the Royal Indian Navy 18 June 1954 and renamed Ganga D94.  Sold to the royal Indian Navy in April 1959.  Scrapped in 1975. DMCHIDDINGFOLD002001  HMS Chiddingfold.  L31/D94.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 1 Mar 1940.  Launched 10 Mar 1941. Commissioned 16 Oct 1941.  Lent to the Royal Indian Navy 18 June 1954 and renamed Ganga D94.  Sold to the royal Indian Navy in April 1959.  Scrapped in 1975. DMCHIEFTAIN001001  HMS Chieftain.  R36/D36.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Jun 1943.  Launched 26 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 7 Mar 1946.  Scrapped in Sunderland on 20 March 1961. DMCHIEFTAIN002001  HMS Chieftain.  R36/D36.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Jun 1943.  Launched 26 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 7 Mar 1946.  Scrapped in Sunderland on 20 March 1961.
DMCHIEFTAIN003001  HMS Chieftain.  R36/D36.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Jun 1943.  Launched 26 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 7 Mar 1946.  Scrapped in Sunderland on 20 March 1961. DMCHIEFTAIN004001  HMS Chieftain.  R36/D36.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Jun 1943.  Launched 26 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 7 Mar 1946.  Scrapped in Sunderland on 20 March 1961. DMCHIEFTAIN005001  HMS Chieftain.  R36/D36.  Destroyer of the Ch class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jul 1942.  Laid down 27 Jun 1943.  Launched 26 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 7 Mar 1946.  Scrapped in Sunderland on 20 March 1961. DMCHILDERS001001  HMS Childers.  R91.  Ch Class Destroyer.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down	27 Nov 1943.  Launched 27 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1945.  Scrapped in Sunderland on 20 March 1961.
DMCHILDERS002001  HMS Childers.  R91.  Ch Class Destroyer.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down	27 Nov 1943.  Launched 27 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1945.  Scrapped in Sunderland on 20 March 1961. DMCHILDERS003001  HMS Childers.  R91.  Ch Class Destroyer.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 30 Jul 1942.  Laid down	27 Nov 1943.  Launched 27 Feb 1945.  Commissioned 19 Dec 1945.  Scrapped in Sunderland on 20 March 1961. DMCHIVALROUS001001  HMS Chivalrous. R21. C Class Destroyer. Launched June 1945. Sold to Pakistan Navy 1954 and re-named 'Taimur'. Fate unknown. DMCHIVALROUS002001  HMS Chivalrous. R21. C Class Destroyer. Launched June 1945. Sold to Pakistan Navy 1954 and re-named 'Taimur'. Fate unknown.
DMCHIVALROUS003001  HMS Chivalrous. R21. C Class Destroyer. Launched June 1945. Sold to Pakistan Navy 1954 and re-named 'Taimur'. Fate unknown. DMCHRYSANTHEMUM001001  HMS Chrysanthemum.  K195.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 8 Apr 1940.  Laid down 17 Dec 1940.  Launched 11 Apr 1941.   Commissioned as Free French Commandant Drogou from 26 January 1942.  Returned to the Royal Navy in May 1947.  Sold on 7 August 1947.  Converted to merchant Terje X in 1948.  Sold to Portugal in 1959 and renamed Caravalho Araujo. DMCHURCHILL001001  HMS Churchill. I 45. Town Class Destroyer. (Ex-USS Herndon). Lend-lease destroyer. Launched May 1919. Transferred to RN Sept 1940. Transferred to Russian Navy July 1944 and was sunk by U-boat Jan 1945 whilst on Arctic Convoy duties. DMCICADA001001  HMS Cicada? T71.   River gunboat of the Insect class.   Built by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered	9 Feb 1915.  Laid down Feb 1915.  Launched 10 Dec 1915.  Commissioned	Feb 1916.  Lost 21 Dec 1941.  Sunk at Hong Kong by Japanese aircraft.
DMCIRCE001001  HMS Circe.  J214.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 15 Nov 1940.  Laid down 21 Jul 1941.  Launched 27 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 16 Oct 1942 .  Became a R.N.V.R. drill ship in 1956.  Scrapped at Dalmuir in December 1966. DMCLACTON001001  HMS Clacton.  J151.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland). Ordered20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 12 Nov 1940.  Launched 19 Dec 1941.  Commissioned	4 Jun 1942.  Lost 31 Dec 1943.  Mined off east of Corsica, France on 31 Dec 1943. DMCLARE001001  HMS Clare. I 14. Clemson Class Destroyer. Launched Feb 1920 as USS Abel P. Upshur (DD 193). Loaned to US Coast Guard as USS CG-15 Nov 1930. Transferred to RN under Destroyers for Bases Deal Sept 1940 and re-named. Broken up 1945. DMCLARKIA001001  HMS Clarkia. K88. Flower Class Corvette. Launched March 1940. Scrapped Aug 1947.
DMCLEARWATER001001  HM Tender Clearwater.  Ex German Diving Vesse;  'Lumme'.  Taken over by RN 1945 and renamed 'Clearwater' and used aa a tender to HMS Vernon but principally attached to the Deep Diving Trials Vessel HMS Reclaim. Sold out of service 1958. DMCLEMATIS001001  HMS Clematis. K 36. Flower Class Corvette. Launched April 1940. Scrapped Sept 1949. DMCLEOPATRA001001  HMS Cleopatra. Pennant No 33. Dido Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1940. Torpedoed and damaged July 1943. Repaired in USA. Scrapped Dec 1958. DMCLEOPATRA002001  HMS Cleopatra. Pennant No 33. Dido Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1940. Torpedoed and damaged July 1943. Repaired in USA. Scrapped Dec 1958.
DMCLEOPATRA003001  HMS Cleopatra. Pennant No 33. Dido Class Light Cruiser. Launched March 1940. Torpedoed and damaged July 1943. Repaired in USA. Scrapped Dec 1958. DMCLEVELAND001001  HMS Cleveland. L46. Hunt Class Destroyer. Launched April 1940. Wrecken en-route to breakers June 1957. DMCLINTON001001  HMS Clinton.  J286.  Formerly  USS Clinton.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Toronto Shipbuilding Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 9 Dec 1941.  Laid down 7 Apr 1942.  Launched 5 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 25 Aug 1943.  Returned to United States Navy in January 1947. DMCLOVER001001  HMS Clover. K 134. Flower Class Corvette. Launched Jan 1941. Sold May 1947 and became Merchantman 'Cloverlock' and later sold to China and re-named 'Kai Feng'.
DMCOBOURG001001  HMCS Cobourg.  K333.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Midland Shipyards Ltd. (Midland. Ontario, Canada).  Ordered Apr 1942.  Laid down 25 Nov 1942.  Launched 14 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 11 May 1944.  Decommissioned 15 June 1945.  Sold in merchantile service in 1947 and renamed Camco.  Became the Panamanian Puerto del Sol in 1956.  Burned and sunk in 1971. DMCOCKADE001001  HMS Cockade. R34/D34. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched March 1944. Scrapped Sept 1964. DMCOCKADE002001  HMS Cockade. R34/D34. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched March 1944. Scrapped Sept 1964. DMCOCKADE003001  HMS Cockade. R34/D34. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched March 1944. Scrapped Sept 1964.
DMCOCKADE004001  HMS Cockade. R34/D34. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched March 1944. Scrapped Sept 1964. DMCOCKATRICE001001  HMS Cockatrice.  J229/M29.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.   Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 12 May 1941.  Laid down 29 Dec 1941.  Launched 27 Oct 1942.   Commissioned 10 Apr 1943.  Pennant No changed to M29 post war.  Scrapped on 29 August 1963. DMCOCKCHAFER001001  HMS Cockchafer. Gunboat. Served in Brightlingsea prior to going to Northern Russia Sept 1918. Sold 1949. DMCODRINGTON001001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940.
DMCODRINGTON002001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940. DMCODRINGTON003001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940. DMCODRINGTON004001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940. DMCODRINGTON005001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940.
DMCODRINGTON006001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940. DMCODRINGTON007001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940. DMCODRINGTON008001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940. DMCODRINGTON009001  HMS Codrington. D65. A Class Destroyer. Launched Aug 1929. Sunk at Dover by German Aircraft July 1940.
DMCOLDSTREAMER001001  HMS Coldstreamer.  T337.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Military class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1942.  Laid down 12 Aug 1942.  Launched 10 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 9 Apr 1943.  Sold in 1946 and renamed Esquimaux H297. April 1947 converted for fuel-oil burning. 1 March 1948 sold to Devon Fishing Co Limited, Hull.  5 May 1955 sold to West Dock Steam Fishing Co Limited, Hull and renamed Dunsley Wyke H297. On 29 June 1966 sold to Hellyer Brothers Limited, Hull. 1967 sold for scrap. DMCOLDSTREAMER002001  HMS Coldstreamer.  T337.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Military class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1942.  Laid down 12 Aug 1942.  Launched 10 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 9 Apr 1943.  Sold in 1946 and renamed Esquimaux H297. April 1947 converted for fuel-oil burning. 1 March 1948 sold to Devon Fishing Co Limited, Hull.  5 May 1955 sold to West Dock Steam Fishing Co Limited, Hull and renamed Dunsley Wyke H297. On 29 June 1966 sold to Hellyer Brothers Limited, Hull. 1967 sold for scrap. DMCOLL001001  HMS/RMAS Coll.  T207/DV6/A333.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ardrossan Dockyard (Ardrossan, Scotland).  Ordered 18 Jan 1941.  Laid down 21 Jul 1941.  Launched	7 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 5 Sep 1942.  Became a Wreck Dispersal Vessel in 1946. Became a Tank Cleaning Vessel in 1950.  Expended as target in November 1975. DMCOLL002001  HMS/RMAS Coll.  T207/DV6/A333.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ardrossan Dockyard (Ardrossan, Scotland).  Ordered 18 Jan 1941.  Laid down 21 Jul 1941.  Launched	7 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 5 Sep 1942.  Became a Wreck Dispersal Vessel in 1946. Became a Tank Cleaning Vessel in 1950.  Expended as target in November 1975.
DMCOLL003001  HMS/RMAS Coll.  T207/DV6/A333.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Ardrossan Dockyard (Ardrossan, Scotland).  Ordered 18 Jan 1941.  Laid down 21 Jul 1941.  Launched	7 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 5 Sep 1942.  Became a Wreck Dispersal Vessel in 1946. Became a Tank Cleaning Vessel in 1950.  Expended as target in November 1975. DMCOLLINGWOOD001001  HMCS Collingwood.  K180.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Collingwood Shipyards Ltd. (Collingwood, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1940.  Laid down	2 Mar 1940.  Launched 27 Jul 1940. Commissioned 19 Nov 1940.  Collingwood was the first Canadian Flower class corvette to enter service.  Decommissioned 23 July 1945. Broken up 1950. DMCOLNE001001  HMS Colne.  T17. Minesweeping Trawler of the Mersey class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Commissioned 1 Oct 1918.  History	Sold in 1947. DMCOLOMBO001001  HMS Colombo.  D89.  Cairo Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 8 Dec 1917.  Launched 18 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	18 Jun 1919.  Converted to Anti-Aircraft cruiser between June 1942 and March 1943.  Sold for scrap on 22 January 1948.  Scrapped 13 May 1948.
DMCOLOMBO002001  HMS Colombo.  D89.  Cairo Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 8 Dec 1917.  Launched 18 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	18 Jun 1919.  Converted to Anti-Aircraft cruiser between June 1942 and March 1943.  Sold for scrap on 22 January 1948.  Scrapped 13 May 1948. DMCOLOMBO003001  HMS Colombo.  D89.  Cairo Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 8 Dec 1917.  Launched 18 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	18 Jun 1919.  Converted to Anti-Aircraft cruiser between June 1942 and March 1943.  Sold for scrap on 22 January 1948.  Scrapped 13 May 1948. DMCOLOMBO004001  HMS Colombo.  D89.  Cairo Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 8 Dec 1917.  Launched 18 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	18 Jun 1919.  Converted to Anti-Aircraft cruiser between June 1942 and March 1943.  Sold for scrap on 22 January 1948.  Scrapped 13 May 1948. DMCOLOMBO005001  HMS Colombo.  D89.  Cairo Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 8 Dec 1917.  Launched 18 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	18 Jun 1919.  Converted to Anti-Aircraft cruiser between June 1942 and March 1943.  Sold for scrap on 22 January 1948.  Scrapped 13 May 1948.
DMCOLOMBO006001  HMS Colombo.  D89.  Cairo Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 8 Dec 1917.  Launched 18 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	18 Jun 1919.  Converted to Anti-Aircraft cruiser between June 1942 and March 1943.  Sold for scrap on 22 January 1948.  Scrapped 13 May 1948. DMCOLOMBO007001  HMS Colombo.  D89.  Cairo Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 8 Dec 1917.  Launched 18 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	18 Jun 1919.  Converted to Anti-Aircraft cruiser between June 1942 and March 1943.  Sold for scrap on 22 January 1948.  Scrapped 13 May 1948. DMCOLOMBO008001  HMS Colombo.  D89.  Cairo Class Light cruiser.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered Jul 1917.  Laid down 8 Dec 1917.  Launched 18 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	18 Jun 1919.  Converted to Anti-Aircraft cruiser between June 1942 and March 1943.  Sold for scrap on 22 January 1948.  Scrapped 13 May 1948. DMCOLOSSUS001001  HMS Colossus. R15. Lead Aircraft Carrier of Class. Launched 1943. Served with British Pacific Fleet 1945/46. Loaned to France 1946 and Re-named 'Arromanches'. She had along career with the FRench Navy being scrapped in 1978.
DMCOLUMBINE001001  HMS Columbine.  K94.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down	3 Nov 1939.  Launched 13 Aug 1940.  Commissioned	9 Nov 1940. Sold on 9 August 1946.  Became the merchantile Leif Welding in 1949.  Scrapped at Grimstad in 1966. DMCOMET001001  HMS Comet. R26/D26. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched June 1944. Scrapped Nov 1962. DMCOMET002001  HMS Comet. R26/D26. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched June 1944. Scrapped Nov 1962. DMCOMUS001001  HMS Comus. R43. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched March 1945. Scrapped Nov 1958.
DMCOMUS002001  HMS Comus. R43. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched March 1945. Scrapped Nov 1958. DMCOMUS003001  HMS Comus. R43. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched March 1945. Scrapped Nov 1958. DMCONCORD001001  HMS Concord. R 63. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched May 1945. Scrapped Nov 1962. DMCONN001001  HMS Conn.  K509.  Captain Class Frigate.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 2 Jun 1943.  Launched 21 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 31 Oct 1943. Returned to the USN on 26 November 1945. Stricken and scrapped.
DMCONSORT001001  HMS Consort. R 76. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped March 1961. DMCONSORT002001  HMS Consort. R 76. 'C' Class Destroyer. Launched Oct 1944. Scrapped March 1961. DMCONSTANCE001001  HMS Constance.  R71.  Co Class Destroyer.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Sep 1942.  Laid down 18 Mar 1943.  Launched	22 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1945.  Scrapped 8 March 1956 . DMCONSTANCE002001  HMS Constance.  R71.  Co Class Destroyer.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Sep 1942.  Laid down 18 Mar 1943.  Launched	22 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1945.  Scrapped 8 March 1956 .
DMCONVOLVULUS001001  HMS Convolvulus.  K45.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 17 Jan 1940.  Launched	22 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 26 Feb 1941.  Sold for scrap 21 August 1947.  Scrapped 5 October 1947. DMCOOKE001001  HMS Cooke.  K471.  Formerly USS Dempsey.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 25 Jan 1942.  Laid down 11 Mar 1943.  Launched 22 Apr 1943.  Commissioned 30 Aug 1943.  Returned to the United States and sold 3 June 1947.    Former name	USS Dempsey DE 267 DMCOOTAMUNDRA001001  HMAS Cootamundra .  J316/M186.  Minesweeper of the Bathurst class.  Built by	Poole & Steel Pty. Ltd. (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia).  Ordered 7 Aug 1941.  Laid down 26 Feb 1942.  Launched 3 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 30 Apr 1943.  Decommissioned at Melbourne on 26 November 1945.  Recommissioned 12 December 1951.  Given new Pennant M186.  Decommissioned 8 June 1959. Stricken 27 September 1961. Sold to be broken up for scrap to Banks Bros & Street on 28 March 1962. DMCOQUETTE001001  HMS Coquette.  J350.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	25 Nov 1942. Laid down 9 Aug 1943.  Launched 24 Nov 1943. Commissioned 13 Jul 1944.  Scrapped 26 May 1958.
DMCORAL001001  HMS Coral. Anti-Submarine Trawler. Requisitioned 1939. Lost 1942 and scrapped in situ 1943. DMCORBRAE001001  HMS Corbrae.  Minesweeper.  Launched 1935 as SS Corbrae.  Requisitioned as the minesweeper HMS Corbrae. Returned to Cory in 1948  and sold to new owners who renamed her Kinburn. DMCORBRAE002001  HMS Corbrae.  Minesweeper.  Launched 1935 as SS Corbrae.  Requisitioned as the minesweeper HMS Corbrae. Returned to Cory in 1948  and sold to new owners who renamed her Kinburn. DMCORIANDER001001  HMS Coriander.  K183.  Corvette of the Flower class.   Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 19 Sep 1940.  Launched 9 Jun 1941. Transferred to the free French Navy upon completion on 16 September 1941.  Returned to the Royal Navy in 1947 and scrapped at Troon in February 1948.
DMCORINTHIAN001001  HMS Corinthian.  Ocean Boarding Vessel. Rescued survivors of SS Duchess of Atholl Oct 1942. DMCORINTHIAN002001  HMS Corinthian.  Ocean Boarding Vessel. Rescued survivors of SS Duchess of Atholl Oct 1942. DMCORINTHIAN003001  HMS Corinthian.  Ocean Boarding Vessel. Rescued survivors of SS Duchess of Atholl Oct 1942. DMCORNELIAN001001  HMS Cornelian. T15. Anti Submarine Trawler. Requisitioned by RN 1935. Sold 1945.
DMCORNWALL001001  HMS Cornwall. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Laiunched March 1926. Served in East Indies and South Pacific. Sunk by Japanese Air Attack April 1942 off Ceylon. DMCORNWALL002001  HMS Cornwall. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Laiunched March 1926. Served in East Indies and South Pacific. Sunk by Japanese Air Attack April 1942 off Ceylon. DMCORNWALL003001  HMS Cornwall. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Laiunched March 1926. Served in East Indies and South Pacific. Sunk by Japanese Air Attack April 1942 off Ceylon. DMCORNWALL004001  HMS Cornwall. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Laiunched March 1926. Served in East Indies and South Pacific. Sunk by Japanese Air Attack April 1942 off Ceylon.
DMCORNWALL005001  HMS Cornwall. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Laiunched March 1926. Served in East Indies and South Pacific. Sunk by Japanese Air Attack April 1942 off Ceylon. DMCORNWALL006001  HMS Cornwall. Kent Class Heavy Cruiser. Laiunched March 1926. Served in East Indies and South Pacific. Sunk by Japanese Air Attack April 1942 off Ceylon. DMCORONET001001  HMS Coronet.  Armed Trawler.  Launched 18.12.17.	Scrapped Northam 1953. DMCOSBY001001  HMS Cosby.  K559.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 11 Aug 1943.  Launched 20 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 20 Dec 1943.  Returned to the USN on 5 January 1946. Scrapped.
DMCOSSACK001001  HMS Cossack.  L03/F03/G03.   Tribal Class Destroyer.  Built by Vickers Armstrong, Newcastle upon Tyne.  Laid down: 9 June 1936.  Launched: 8 June 1937.  Commissioned: 7 June 1938. 	Sunk 27 October 1941. DMCOSSACK002001  HMS Cossack.  L03/F03/G03.   Tribal Class Destroyer.  Built by Vickers Armstrong, Newcastle upon Tyne.  Laid down: 9 June 1936.  Launched: 8 June 1937.  Commissioned: 7 June 1938. 	Sunk 27 October 1941. DMCOSSACK003001  HMS Cossack.  L03/F03/G03.   Tribal Class Destroyer.  Built by Vickers Armstrong, Newcastle upon Tyne.  Laid down: 9 June 1936.  Launched: 8 June 1937.  Commissioned: 7 June 1938. 	Sunk 27 October 1941. DMCOSSACK004001  HMS Cossack.  L03/F03/G03.   Tribal Class Destroyer.  Built by Vickers Armstrong, Newcastle upon Tyne.  Laid down: 9 June 1936.  Launched: 8 June 1937.  Commissioned: 7 June 1938. 	Sunk 27 October 1941.
DMCOSSACK005001  HMS Cossack.  L03/F03/G03.   Tribal Class Destroyer.  Built by Vickers Armstrong, Newcastle upon Tyne.  Laid down: 9 June 1936.  Launched: 8 June 1937.  Commissioned: 7 June 1938. 	Sunk 27 October 1941. DMCOTSWOLD001001  HMS Cotswold.  L54.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 10 Oct 1939.  Launched 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 16 Nov 1940.  Used as a breakwater at Harwich, England in 1956 before being scrapped 11 Sept 1957.