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BHMACA001  HMS Maiden Castle. K443.Castle Class Corvette.  Converted to the Rescue ship Empire Lifeguard before completion in 1944. After some work in Atlantic convoys she operated as a troop transport for the army post war in Home waters as well as the Med. She was scrapped on 22nd July 1955 in Antwerp. BHMACA002  HMS Maiden Castle. K443.Castle Class Corvette.  Converted to the Rescue ship Empire Lifeguard before completion in 1944. After some work in Atlantic convoys she operated as a troop transport for the army post war in Home waters as well as the Med. She was scrapped on 22nd July 1955 in Antwerp. BHMAG001  HMS Magpie.  U82.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop launched in 1943 and broken up after 1959. BHMANX001  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972.
BHMANX002  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX003  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX004  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX005  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972.
BHMANX006  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX007  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX008  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX009  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972.
BHMANX010  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX011  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX012  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX013  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972.
BHMANX014  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX015  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMANX016  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. BHMEON001  HMS Meon.  K269/269.  River Class Frigate. Launched Aug 1943. Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 7 February 1944.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 23 April 1945. Scrapped 14 May 1966.
BHMER002  HMS Mermaid.  U30.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched in 1943. She was transferred to the German Navy in 1959 and renamed Scharnhorst, was hulked for damage control training between 1974 and 1989, and was towed to be broken up in 1990. BHMER003  HMS Mermaid.  U30.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched in 1943. She was transferred to the German Navy in 1959 and renamed Scharnhorst, was hulked for damage control training between 1974 and 1989, and was towed to be broken up in 1990. BHMOCA002  HMS Morpeth Castle.  K 693.  Castle Class Corvette. Launched Nov 1943.  Scrapped at Llanelly on 9 August 1960. BHMOD001  HMS Modeste.  U42.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Jan 1944. Scrapped 11 March 1961.
BHMON001  HMS Montclare. F85.   A passenger ship purchased by the Royal Navy during World War II.  Requisitioned by the Admiralty Aug 1939 and converted to an Armed Merchant Cruiser. Converted to a Destroyer Depot Ship then to a Submarine Depot Ship.  Decommissioned 1954.  In 1958 she was sold for scrap. BHMOY001  HMS Moyola.   K260.  River Class Frigate. Launched Aug 1942. Transferred to the F.N.F.L. (Free French) on 15 October 1944 and renamed Tonkinois. BHNER001  HMS Nereide.  U64.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop. Launched Jan 1944. BHNESS001  HMS Ness. K219.   River Class Frigate.  Launched July 1942 and sold in 1956, broken up at Newport.
BHNITH001  HMS Nith.  K215.  River Class Frigate. Launched Sept 1942. Sold to the Egyptian Navy November 1948 and renamed Domiat.  During the Suez crisis Domiat was sunk on 1 November 1956 by HMS Newfoundland. BHOEKCA003  HMS Oakham Castle. K 530 / F 530. Casle Class Corvette. Launched July 1944. Reclassified as Frigate 1950. Transferred to Air Ministry July 1957 and renamed 'Weather Reporter'. Sold out of service Nov 1977. BHOKCA001  HMS Oakham Castle. K 530 / F 530. Casle Class Corvette. Launched July 1944. Reclassified as Frigate 1950. Transferred to Air Ministry July 1957 and renamed 'Weather Reporter'. Sold out of service Nov 1977. BHOKCA002  HMS Oakham Castle. K 530 / F 530. Casle Class Corvette. Launched July 1944. Reclassified as Frigate 1950. Transferred to Air Ministry July 1957 and renamed 'Weather Reporter'. Sold out of service Nov 1977.
BHOXCA001  HMS Oxford Castle.  K692/F692.   Castle-Class Corvette.  Launched on 11 December 1943. She survived the Second World War and was scrapped at Briton Ferry in September 1960. BHPAL001  HMS Paladin. G 69 / F 169. 'P' Class Destroyer. Launched June 1941. Assisted in the sinking of U-205 Feb 1943 in the Med. Assisted in the sinking of 2 Italian MTB's April 1943. Sunk Italian Transport Ship April 1943 and Italian MTB 'Perseo' and the Transport Ship 'Campobasso' May 1943 and a Japanese Landing craft in June 1945. Scrapped Oct 1962. BHPECA001  HMS Pevensey Castle.  K449.  Castle-Class Corvette.  Launched on 11 January 1944.  Shared in the sinking of U-1200  South of Ireland on 11 November 1944, along with her sister ships Launceston Castle, Portchester Castle and Kenilworth Castle. Transferred to the Air Ministry in 1960, converted and renamed Weather monitor 12 in May 61.  Later renamed Admiral Beaufort.  Pictured as Weather Monitor. BHPICK001  HMS Pickle. J 293 / M 293. Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched Aug 1943. Sold to Ceylon April 1959 and renamed 'Parakrama'.
BHPLUC001  HMS Plucky. J 295 / M 295. Algerine Class Minesweeper. Launched Sept 1943. Scrapped March 1962. BHPOCA001  HMS Portchester Castle.  K362.   Castle Class Corvette. Launched June 1943. Portrayed the fictional frigate HMS Saltash Castle in the movie The Cruel Sea starring Jack Hawkins and Stanley Baker. Scrapped May 1958. BHPRO001  HMS Protector.  A146. Net Layer launched in 1936, and converted to an Antarctic Patrol Ship in 1955. Sold in 1970 for breaking up BHPRO002  HMS Protector.  A146. Net Layer launched in 1936, and converted to an Antarctic Patrol Ship in 1955. Sold in 1970 for breaking up
BHPRO003  HMS Protector.  A146. Net Layer launched in 1936, and converted to an Antarctic Patrol Ship in 1955. Sold in 1970 for breaking up BHPUFF001  HMS Puffin. L 52 / K 52. Kingfisher Class Patrol Vessel. Launched May 1936. Assisted in sinking of U-16 in English Channel Oct 1939. Rammed and sunk German 'Seehund' Mini Submarine off Lowestoft Mar 1945. Damaged in North Sea Collision and sold for scrap Jan 1947. BHRACA001  HMS Rayleigh Castle.  K695.  Castle Class Corvette.  Launched June 1944.  Construction as corvette cancelled.  Completed as convoy rescue ship Empire Rest.  Scrapped in June 1952. BHRIBB001  HMS Ribble.  K525.  River-Class Frigate. Originally to be called HMS Duddon.  Launched on 10 November 1943. It was lent to the Royal Canadian Navy from 24 July 1944 onwards and recommissioned HMCS Ribble. Returned to the Royal Navy on 11 June 1945, the vessel was broken up in 1957.
BHRUCA001  HMS Rushen Castle. K372.  Castle-Class Corvette.  Launched  July 1943 she served as a convoy escort during the Second World War. Transferred to the British Air Ministry Sept 1960 as a Weather Ship, and was commissioned OWS Weather Surveyor. She was sold on 15 July 1977 and converted to a salvage vessel. She was scrapped at Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht in the Netherlands in 1983. BHRUCA002  HMS Rushen Castle. K372.  Castle-Class Corvette.  Launched  July 1943 she served as a convoy escort during the Second World War. Transferred to the British Air Ministry Sept 1960 as a Weather Ship, and was commissioned OWS Weather Surveyor. She was sold on 15 July 1977 and converted to a salvage vessel. She was scrapped at Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht in the Netherlands in 1983. BHRUCA003  HMS Rushen Castle. K372.  Castle-Class Corvette.  Launched  July 1943 she served as a convoy escort during the Second World War. Transferred to the British Air Ministry Sept 1960 as a Weather Ship, and was commissioned OWS Weather Surveyor. She was sold on 15 July 1977 and converted to a salvage vessel. She was scrapped at Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht in the Netherlands in 1983. DMMACKAY001001  HMS Mackay.  D70.  Former HMS Claverhouse.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 5 Mar 1918.  Launched 21 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	19 May 1919.  Converted into a long-range escort at the outbreak of WWII.  Sold for scrap 18 Feb 1947.
DMMACKAY002001  HMS Mackay.  D70.  Former HMS Claverhouse.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 5 Mar 1918.  Launched 21 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	19 May 1919.  Converted into a long-range escort at the outbreak of WWII.  Sold for scrap 18 Feb 1947. DMMACKAY003001  HMS Mackay.  D70.  Former HMS Claverhouse.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 5 Mar 1918.  Launched 21 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	19 May 1919.  Converted into a long-range escort at the outbreak of WWII.  Sold for scrap 18 Feb 1947. DMMACKAY004001  HMS Mackay.  D70.  Former HMS Claverhouse.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 5 Mar 1918.  Launched 21 Dec 1918.  Commissioned	19 May 1919.  Converted into a long-range escort at the outbreak of WWII.  Sold for scrap 18 Feb 1947. DMMAENAD001001  HMS Maenad.  M435/J435.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 1 Mar 1943.  Launched	8 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 16 Nov 1944.  Scrapped 18 December 1957.
DMMAGICIENNE001001  HMS Magicienne.  J436/M436.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Buiilt by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 19 Feb 1944.  Launched 24 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 11 May 1945.  Scrapped 20 March 1956. DMMAGNOLIA001001  HMS Magnolia.  T31.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by	Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 15 Mar 1930.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1939.  Completed in April 1930.  Taken over by the Admiralty in November 1935.  Sold in January 1948.  Renamed Oranjezicht in 1948.  Scrapped at Capetown, South-Africa on 16 August 1965. DMMAGPIE001001  HMS Magpie.  U82/F82.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop launched in 1943 and broken up after 1959. DMMAGPIE002001  HMS Magpie.  U82/F82.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop launched in 1943 and broken up after 1959.
DMMAGPIE003001  HMS Magpie.  U82/F82.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop launched in 1943 and broken up after 1959. DMMAGPIE004001  HMS Magpie.  U82/F82.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop launched in 1943 and broken up after 1959. DMMAHRATTA001001  HMS Mahratta.  G23.  'M' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942 as HMS Marksman.  Sunk by U-990 Feb 1944. DMMAHRATTA002001  HMS Mahratta.  G23.  'M' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942 as HMS Marksman.  Sunk by U-990 Feb 1944.
DMMAIDSTONE001001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE002001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE003001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE004001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938.
DMMAIDSTONE005001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE006001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE007001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE008001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938.
DMMAIDSTONE009001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE010001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE011001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE012001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938.
DMMAIDSTONE013001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE014001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE015001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAIDSTONE016001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938.
DMMAIDSTONE017001  HMS Maidstone.  F44/A185.  Submarine Depot Ship of the Maidstone class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Laid down 17 Aug 1936.  Launched	21 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 5 May 1938. DMMAINE001001  HMHS Maine.  Naval Hospital Ship. Ex Ocean Liner Leonardo Da Vinci captured by the British 1941 in Somaliland. Declared a Prize of War.  Renamed HMS Empire Clyde and later RFA Maine.  Scrapped in 1954. DMMAINE002001  HMHS Maine.  Naval Hospital Ship. Ex Ocean Liner Leonardo Da Vinci captured by the British 1941 in Somaliland. Declared a Prize of War.  Renamed HMS Empire Clyde and later RFA Maine.  Scrapped in 1954. DMMAINE003001  HMHS Maine.  Naval Hospital Ship. Ex Ocean Liner Leonardo Da Vinci captured by the British 1941 in Somaliland. Declared a Prize of War.  Renamed HMS Empire Clyde and later RFA Maine.  Scrapped in 1954.
DMMAINE004001  HMHS Maine.  Naval Hospital Ship. Ex Ocean Liner Leonardo Da Vinci captured by the British 1941 in Somaliland. Declared a Prize of War.  Renamed HMS Empire Clyde and later RFA Maine.  Scrapped in 1954. DMMAKO001001  HMNZS Tarapunga I.   P3566.  Motor launch HDML class.   Ex Q1187.  Completed 1943.  1950 renamed Tarapunga I (P3566) DMMALAYA001001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA002001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948.
DMMALAYA003001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA004001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA005001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA006001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948.
DMMALAYA007001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA008001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA009001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA010001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948.
DMMALAYA011001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA012001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA013001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA014001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948.
DMMALAYA015001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA016001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA017001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948. DMMALAYA018001  HMS Malaya.  Pennant No. 01.  Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship.  Launched March 1915.  A veteran of Jutland she survived both World Wars.  Withdrawn from service 1944 and served as accommodation ship. Broken up April 1948.
DMMALCOLM001001  HMS Malcolm.  D19.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 27 Mar 1918.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1919.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 July 1945. DMMALCOLM002001  HMS Malcolm.  D19.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 27 Mar 1918.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1919.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 July 1945. DMMALCOLM003001  HMS Malcolm.  D19.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 27 Mar 1918.  Launched 29 May 1919.  Commissioned 14 Dec 1919.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 25 July 1945. DMMALLARD001001  HMS Mallard.  L42/K42.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Mar 1935.  Laid down 12 Jun 1935.  Launched 26 Mar 1936.  Commissioned 15 Jul 1936.  Sold 21 April 1947.
DMMANCHESTER001001  HMS Manchester.  Pennant No. 15.  Gloucester Class Light Cruiser.  Launched April 1937.  Sunk in Med Aug 1942 by torpedo from Italian MTB 16 or MTB 22. DMMANCHESTER002001  HMS Manchester.  Pennant No. 15.  Gloucester Class Light Cruiser.  Launched April 1937.  Sunk in Med Aug 1942 by torpedo from Italian MTB 16 or MTB 22. DMMANCHESTER003001  HMS Manchester.  Pennant No. 15.  Gloucester Class Light Cruiser.  Launched April 1937.  Sunk in Med Aug 1942 by torpedo from Italian MTB 16 or MTB 22. DMMANCHESTER004001  HMS Manchester.  Pennant No. 15.  Gloucester Class Light Cruiser.  Launched April 1937.  Sunk in Med Aug 1942 by torpedo from Italian MTB 16 or MTB 22.
DMMANGROVE001001  HMS Mangrove.  T112/M401.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Tree class.  Built by	Ferguson Bros. Ltd. (Port Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 8 Jun 1939.  Laid down	18 Aug 1939.  Launched 15 Feb 1940.  Commissioned 23 Apr 1940.  Lent to the Portugese Navy on 8 October 1943.  Returned 27 June 1945.  Sold to the Portugese Navy on 11 February 1946. DMMANNERS001001  HMS Manners.  K568.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 14 Aug 1943.  Launched 24 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 16 Dec 1943.   Hit by one torpedo from U-1051 some 20 miles from Skerries, Isle of Man. DMMANSFIELD001001  HMS Mansfield.  G76.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine, U.S.A.).  Laid down 28 Dec 1917.  Launched 30 Oct 1918.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1940.  Dec 1940 to Mar 1942 loaned to Royal Norwegian Navy as HNoMS Mansfield (G 76).  From Sep 1942 to Jun 1944 loaned to Royal Canadian Navy.  Decommissioned 22 Jun 1944 and sold for scrap at Vancouver. DMMANXMAN001001  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972.
DMMANXMAN002001  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. DMMANXMAN003001  HMS Manxman. N70/M70. Abdiel Class Minelayer. Launched Sept 1940. Damaged by U-375 Dec 1942. Scrapped Oct 1972. DMMAORI001001  HMS Maori. L24/F24/G24.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered	10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 6 Jul 1936.  Launched 2 Sep 1937. Commissioned 2 Jan 1939.  Hit by a bomb whilst anchored at Malta 12th February 1942. DMMAORI002001  HMS Maori. L24/F24/G24.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered	10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 6 Jul 1936.  Launched 2 Sep 1937. Commissioned 2 Jan 1939.  Hit by a bomb whilst anchored at Malta 12th February 1942.
DMMARAUDER001001  HMS Marauder.  W98.  Rescue Tug of the Brigand class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Launched 9 Nov 1938.  Sold into mercantile service on 20 October 1958 and renamed Emerson K.   Capsized at Capetown, South Africa 10 Aug 1965 and scrapped 16 March 1966. DMMARETTA001001  HMS Maretta.  FY665.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 14 Mar 1929.  Commissioned Sep 1939.  Completed in June 1929.  Taken over by the Admiralty in September 1939.  Returned to her owner in November 1945.  Scrapped at Fleetwood in August 1959. DMMARGAREE001001  HMCS Margaree.  H49.  Ex HMS Diana.   Destroyer of the D class.  Built by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co., Ltd. (Jarrow-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 12 Jun 1931.  Launched 16 Jun 1932.  Commissioned 6 Sep 1940.  Sunk in the North Atlantic while escorting convoy OL-8 22 Oct 1940. DMMARGUERITE001001  HMS Marguerite.  K54.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 30 Dec 1939.  Launched 8 Jul 1940.  Commissioned	20 Nov 1940.  Sold in 1947 and used as a weather observation ship until scrapped on 8 Sep 1961 at Gent, Belgium.
DMMARIA001001  HMS Maria.  DVC 1.  Wreck Dispersal Vessel.  Ex German Weather Observation Ship 'August Wriedt'.  Captured and commissioned May 1941.  Sold 1950.  Broken up 1951. DMMARINER001001  HMS Mariner.  J380.  Formerly HMCS Kincardine.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered Jul 1942.  Laid down 26 Aug 1943.  Launched 9 May 1945.  Commissioned 23 May 1945.  Sold to the Burmese Navy on 18 April 1958. DMMARMION001001  HMS Marmion.  J381.  Former name HMCS Orangeville.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered Jul 1942.  Laid down 30 Aug 1943.  Launched 15 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 29 May 1945.  Scrapped in August 1959. DMMARNE001001  HMS Marne.  G35.  Destroyer of the M class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 23 Oct 1939.  Launched 30 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 2 Dec 1941.  Sold to the Turkish Navy in 1958 being renamed Maresal Fevzi Cakmak.
DMMARNE002001  HMS Marne.  G35.  Destroyer of the M class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 23 Oct 1939.  Launched 30 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 2 Dec 1941.  Sold to the Turkish Navy in 1958 being renamed Maresal Fevzi Cakmak. DMMARNE003001  HMS Marne.  G35.  Destroyer of the M class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 23 Oct 1939.  Launched 30 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 2 Dec 1941.  Sold to the Turkish Navy in 1958 being renamed Maresal Fevzi Cakmak. DMMARNE004001  HMS Marne.  G35.  Destroyer of the M class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 23 Oct 1939.  Launched 30 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 2 Dec 1941.  Sold to the Turkish Navy in 1958 being renamed Maresal Fevzi Cakmak. DMMARSHALSOULT001001  HMS Marshal Soult.  M4.   Builder:Palmers, Newcastle.  Launched:	24 August 1915.  Commissioned: August 1915.  Fate: Sold July 10 1946.
DMMARSHALSOULT002001  HMS Marshal Soult.  M4.   Builder:Palmers, Newcastle.  Launched:	24 August 1915.  Commissioned: August 1915.  Fate: Sold July 10 1946. DMMARSHALSOULT003001  HMS Marshal Soult.  M4.   Builder:Palmers, Newcastle.  Launched:	24 August 1915.  Commissioned: August 1915.  Fate: Sold July 10 1946. DMMARTIN001001  HMS Martin.  G44.  Destroyer of the M class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Laid down 23 Oct 1939.   Launched 12 Dec 1940.  Commissioned 4 Apr 1942.  Torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-431 northeast of Algiers 10 Nov 1942 . DMMARVEL001001  HMS Marvel.  J443/M443.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 19 Apr 1944.  Launched 30 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 2 Apr 1945.  Scrapped 7 May 1958.
DMMARVEL002001  HMS Marvel.  J443/M443.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 19 Apr 1944.  Launched 30 Aug 1944.  Commissioned 2 Apr 1945.  Scrapped 7 May 1958. DMMARYROSE001001  HMS Mary Rose.  J 360.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Aug 1943 as HMCS Toronto.  Scrapped Nov 1957. DMMASB1001001  HMS MA/SB 1.  P00.  Motor Anti-Submarine Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Mar 1937.  Commissioned 13 Apr 1938.  Reclassified as ASR vessel in 1941.  Sold in October 1942. DMMASB2001001  HMS MA/SB 2.  P21.  Motor Anti-Submarine Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 15 Aug 1938.  Commissioned 15 May 1939.  . Reclassified as ASR vessel in 1941.  Sold in August 1942.
DMMASB3001002  HMS MA/SB 3.  P67. Motor Anti-Submarine Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 15 Aug 1938.  Commissioned 13 Jun 1939.  Lost 28 Feb 1941.  Mined in the Suez Canal on 28 February 1941.  Beached and declared a total loss. DMMASB4001001  HMS MA/SB 4.  P39.  Motor Anti-Submarine Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 15 Aug 1938.  Commissioned 30 Jul 1939.  Reclassified as ASR vessel in 1941. DMMASB5001001  HMS MA/SB 5.  Motor Anti-Submarine Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 15 Aug 1938.  Commissioned 21 Jul 1939.  Reclassified as ASR vessel in 1941.  Reclassified as target towing vessel in 1942. DMMASB37001001  HMS MA/SB 37.  MASB37.  Motor Anti-Submarine Boat of the BPB 63 feet-type class.  Built by	British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered	4 Sep 1939.  Commissioned 1 Nov 1941.  Used for air/sea rescue duties as of 1941/1942.  Sold May 1945.
DMMASB3001001001  MA/SB 3001.  P3001.  Fairmile D type boat.  Formerly served as MTB 731 from completion August 1944. Converted to MA/SB 1949 and re-numbered 3001.  Transferred to Birkenhead SCC Oct 1957. DMMASB3002001001  MA/SB 3002.  P3002.  Fairmile D type boat.  Formerly served as MTB 750 from completion May 1944. Converted to MA/SB 1949 and re-numbered 3002.  Transferred to SCC Oct 1956.  Sold 1967. DMMASB3050001001  MA/SB 3050.  P3050.  Fairmile D type boat.  Formerly served as MTB 5010 from completion Jan 1945. Converted to MA/SB 1949 and re-numbered 3050.  Re-classified as SDB 1953.  Sold July 1955. DMMASB3053001001  MA/SB 3053.  P3053.  Fairmile D type boat.  Formerly served as MTB 5013 from completion Mar 1945. Converted to MA/SB 1949 and re-numbered 3053. Re-classified as SDB 1953.
DMMASHONA001001  HMS Mashona. L59/ F59/G59.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 5 Aug 1936.  Launched 3 Sep 1937.  Commissioned 28 Mar 1939.  Bombed and sunk by German aircraft 28 May 1941 east of the Aran Islands, Ireland. DMMASHONA002001  HMS Mashona. L59/ F59/G59.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 5 Aug 1936.  Launched 3 Sep 1937.  Commissioned 28 Mar 1939.  Bombed and sunk by German aircraft 28 May 1941 east of the Aran Islands, Ireland. DMMASHONA003001  HMS Mashona. L59/ F59/G59.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down 5 Aug 1936.  Launched 3 Sep 1937.  Commissioned 28 Mar 1939.  Bombed and sunk by German aircraft 28 May 1941 east of the Aran Islands, Ireland. DMMASSABIELLE001001  HMS Massabielle.  N46.  Naval Launch.  No Data
DMMASTIFF001001  HMS Mastiff.  T10.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Dog class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Jan 1937.   Launched 17 Feb 1938.  Commissioned	16 May 1938.  Lost	20 Nov 1939.   Were engaged in the recovery of a mine which had broken loose and in the process of hauling it aboard, the mine detonated, destroying the trawler. DMMASTIFF002001  HMS Mastiff.  T10.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Dog class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Jan 1937.   Launched 17 Feb 1938.  Commissioned	16 May 1938.  Lost	20 Nov 1939.   Were engaged in the recovery of a mine which had broken loose and in the process of hauling it aboard, the mine detonated, destroying the trawler. DMMATABELE001001  HMS Matabele.  F26/G26.  Tribal Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1937.  Sunk by U-454 Jan 1942. DMMATABELE002001  HMS Matabele.  F26/G26.  Tribal Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1937.  Sunk by U-454 Jan 1942.
DMMATABELE003001  HMS Matabele.  F26/G26.  Tribal Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1937.  Sunk by U-454 Jan 1942. DMMATABELE004001  HMS Matabele.  F26/G26.  Tribal Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1937.  Sunk by U-454 Jan 1942. DMMATCHLESS001001  HMS Matchless.  G52.  'M' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1941.  Sold to Turkey 1958 and renamed 'Kilicipasa'. DMMATCHLESS002001  HMS Matchless.  G52.  'M' Class Destroyer.  Launched Sept 1941.  Sold to Turkey 1958 and renamed 'Kilicipasa'.
DMMAURITIUS001001  HMS Mauritius.  Pennant No. 80.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Scrapped March 1965. DMMAURITIUS002001  HMS Mauritius.  Pennant No. 80.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Scrapped March 1965. DMMAURITIUS003001  HMS Mauritius.  Pennant No. 80.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Scrapped March 1965. DMMAURITIUS004001  HMS Mauritius.  Pennant No. 80.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Scrapped March 1965.
DMMAURITIUS005001  HMS Mauritius.  Pennant No. 80.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Scrapped March 1965. DMMAURITIUS006001  HMS Mauritius.  Pennant No. 80.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Scrapped March 1965. DMMAYFLOWER001001  HMCS Mayflower.  K191.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered 20 Jan 1940.   Laid down 20 Feb 1940.  Launched 3 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 15 May 1941.  Decommissioned and returned to the Royal Navy on 31 May 1945.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing on 20 September 1949. DMMEADOWSWEET001001  HMS Meadowsweet.  K144.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by	Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 12 Aug 1941.  Launched 28 Mar 1942.  Commissioned 8 Jul 1942.  Sold on 31 March 1951 and became the merchantile Gerrit W. Vinke.
DMMEDUSA001001  HMS Medusa.  Auxiliary minesweeper requisitioned in 1939.  Transferred to the Royal Australian Navy anr re-named HMAS Mercedes in 1942. DMMEDUSA002001  HMS Medusa.  Auxiliary minesweeper requisitioned in 1939.  Transferred to the Royal Australian Navy anr re-named HMAS Mercedes in 1942. DMMEDWAY001001  HMS Medway.  F 25.  Submarine Depot Ship.  Launched July 1928.  Served on China Station at outbreak of War but left for Alexandria April 1940.  Sunk by U-372 June 1942 en-route to Beirut. DMMEDWAY002001  HMS Medway.  F 25.  Submarine Depot Ship.  Launched July 1928.  Served on China Station at outbreak of War but left for Alexandria April 1940.  Sunk by U-372 June 1942 en-route to Beirut.
DMMEDWAYQUEEN001001  HMS Medway Queen.  Paddle Steamer.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy as a minesweeper and numbered No J48/N48.   Served for the duration of World War II in the 10th minesweeping flotilla, protecting the English Channel. After evacuating Kent children to East Anglia in 1939] she became part of the flotilla of ships evacuating British Army soldiers from Dunkirk during Operation Dynamo. She rescued 7,000 men.  In 1942 she was converted to a mine sweeping training ship, and served out the war in this capacity. DMMELBREAK001001  HMS Melbreak.  L73.  Hunt Type III destroyer.  Launched March 1942.  Heavily damaged in battle with German Torpedo Boats T-24 & T-25.  Scrapped Nov 1956. DMMELBREAK002001  HMS Melbreak.  L73.  Hunt Type III destroyer.  Launched March 1942.  Heavily damaged in battle with German Torpedo Boats T-24 & T-25.  Scrapped Nov 1956. DMMELBREAK003001  HMS Melbreak.  L73.  Hunt Type III destroyer.  Launched March 1942.  Heavily damaged in battle with German Torpedo Boats T-24 & T-25.  Scrapped Nov 1956.
DMMELPOMENE001001  HMS Melpomene.  Former HMS  M31.  M29 Class Monitor.  Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast.  Ordered: 15 March 1915.  Laid down: March 1915.  Launched: 24 June 1915. In September 1923               she was converted to a minelayer and renamed HMS Melpomene in Dec 1925 and  assigned to HMS Defiance the Torpedo School at Devonport. In September, 1939 she was converted to a torpedo training vessel.  Renamed HMS Menelaus in 1941, and sold in 1948 and broken up. DMMELPOMENE002001  HMS Melpomene.  Former HMS  M31.  M29 Class Monitor.  Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast.  Ordered: 15 March 1915.  Laid down: March 1915.  Launched: 24 June 1915. In September 1923               she was converted to a minelayer and renamed HMS Melpomene in Dec 1925 and  assigned to HMS Defiance the Torpedo School at Devonport. In September, 1939 she was converted to a torpedo training vessel.  Renamed HMS Menelaus in 1941, and sold in 1948 and broken up. DMMENDIP001001  HMS Mendip.  L60.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 10 Aug 1939.  Launched 9 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1940.  Transferred to China May 1948 and renamed Lin Fu. Reposessed after the Yangtze around June 1949 and re-commissioned with the ships company of HMS Consort. Sold to the Egyptian Navy becoming Mohamed ali-El-Kebir on 15 November 1949, renamed Ibrahim-El-Awal later in 1951. Was captured by the Israeli navy after combat and surrender in the 1956 Sinai campaign. Renamed INS Haifa. Decommissioned in 1968 and sunk as a target ship. DMMENDIP002001  HMS Mendip.  L60.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 10 Aug 1939.  Launched 9 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1940.  Transferred to China May 1948 and renamed Lin Fu. Reposessed after the Yangtze around June 1949 and re-commissioned with the ships company of HMS Consort. Sold to the Egyptian Navy becoming Mohamed ali-El-Kebir on 15 November 1949, renamed Ibrahim-El-Awal later in 1951. Was captured by the Israeli navy after combat and surrender in the 1956 Sinai campaign. Renamed INS Haifa. Decommissioned in 1968 and sunk as a target ship.
DMMENDIP003001  HMS Mendip.  L60.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 10 Aug 1939.  Launched 9 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1940.  Transferred to China May 1948 and renamed Lin Fu. Reposessed after the Yangtze around June 1949 and re-commissioned with the ships company of HMS Consort. Sold to the Egyptian Navy becoming Mohamed ali-El-Kebir on 15 November 1949, renamed Ibrahim-El-Awal later in 1951. Was captured by the Israeli navy after combat and surrender in the 1956 Sinai campaign. Renamed INS Haifa. Decommissioned in 1968 and sunk as a target ship. DMMENDIP004001  HMS Mendip.  L60.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 10 Aug 1939.  Launched 9 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1940.  Transferred to China May 1948 and renamed Lin Fu. Reposessed after the Yangtze around June 1949 and re-commissioned with the ships company of HMS Consort. Sold to the Egyptian Navy becoming Mohamed ali-El-Kebir on 15 November 1949, renamed Ibrahim-El-Awal later in 1951. Was captured by the Israeli navy after combat and surrender in the 1956 Sinai campaign. Renamed INS Haifa. Decommissioned in 1968 and sunk as a target ship. DMMENDIP005001  HMS Mendip.  L60.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 10 Aug 1939.  Launched 9 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1940.  Transferred to China May 1948 and renamed Lin Fu. Reposessed after the Yangtze around June 1949 and re-commissioned with the ships company of HMS Consort. Sold to the Egyptian Navy becoming Mohamed ali-El-Kebir on 15 November 1949, renamed Ibrahim-El-Awal later in 1951. Was captured by the Israeli navy after combat and surrender in the 1956 Sinai campaign. Renamed INS Haifa. Decommissioned in 1968 and sunk as a target ship. DMMEON001001  HMS Meon.  K269.  Also called HMCS Meon.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	A. & J. Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jan 1942.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 4 Aug 1943.   Commissioned 31 Dec 1943 .  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 7 February 1944.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 23 April 1945.  Scrapped 14 May 1966.
DMMEON002001  HMS Meon.  K269.  Also called HMCS Meon.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	A. & J. Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 24 Jan 1942.  Laid down 31 Dec 1942.  Launched 4 Aug 1943.   Commissioned 31 Dec 1943 .  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 7 February 1944.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 23 April 1945.  Scrapped 14 May 1966. DMMERMAID001001  HMS Mermaid.  U30/F213.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Feb 1942.  Laid down 8 Sep 1942.  Launched 11 Nov 1943.   Commissioned 12 May 1944.  Sold to the West German Navy on 5 May 1959.  Scrapped in 1990. DMMERMAID002001  HMS Mermaid.  U30/F213.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Feb 1942.  Laid down 8 Sep 1942.  Launched 11 Nov 1943.   Commissioned 12 May 1944.  Sold to the West German Navy on 5 May 1959.  Scrapped in 1990. DMMERMAID003001  HMS Mermaid.  U30/F213.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Feb 1942.  Laid down 8 Sep 1942.  Launched 11 Nov 1943.   Commissioned 12 May 1944.  Sold to the West German Navy on 5 May 1959.  Scrapped in 1990.
DMMETEOR001001  HMS Metoer.  G 74.  'M' Class Destroyer.  Launched Nov 1941.  Assisted in sinking of U-314 Jan 1944 in Barents Sea.  Sold to Turkey 1958 and renamed 'Piyale Pasa'. DMMEYNELL001001  HMS Meynell .  (L82.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 10 Aug 1939.  Launched 7 Jun 1940.  Commissioned 30 Dec 1940.  Sold to the Ecuadorian Navy on 18 October 1954 and renamed Presidente Velasco Ibarra. DMMGB16001001  HMS MGB 16.  MGB6 Type Motor Gun Boat.  A Class of boat completed between 1939-41. DMMGB43001001  HMS MGB 43.  MGB6 Type Motor Gun Boat.  A Class of boat completed between 1939-41.
DMMGB53001001  HMS MGB 53.  MGB6 Type Motor Gun Boat.  A Class of boat completed between 1939-41. DMMGB54001001  HMS MGB 54.  Former HMS MA/SB 54.  Motor Anti-Submarine Boat of the BPB 70 feet-type (ex: French) class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Jul 1940.  Commissioned	1 Aug 1940.  Was building for France, Requisitioned on 3 July 1940.  Reclassified MGB 54 in January 1941. DMMGB58001001  HMS MGB 58.  Former HMS MA/SB 58.  Motor Anti-Submarine Boat of the BPB 70 feet-type (ex: French) class.  Built byn British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered	3 Jul 1940.   Commissioned 7 Sep 1940.  Was building for France, Requisitioned on 3 July 1940.  Reclassified MGB 58 in January 1941.  Sold in August 1944. DMMGB86001001  HMS MGB 86.  MGB6 Type Motor Gun Boat.  A Class of boat completed between 1939-41.
DMMGB312001001  HMS MGB 312.   MGB312/D312.  Motor Gun Boat of the Fairmile C class.  Built by Woodnutt & Co. Ltd. (St. Helens, Isle of Wight, England, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 16 Jun 1941 . Sold in October 1945. DMMGB324001001  HMS MGB 324.  MGB324.  Motor Gun Boat of the Fairmile C class.  Built by Woodnutt & Co. Ltd. (St. Helens, Isle of Wight, England, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 4 Sep 1941. DMMGB326001001  HMS MGB 326.  MGB326.  Motor Gun Boat of the Fairmile C class.  Built by James A. Silver Ltd. (Rosneath, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered	27 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 18 Aug 1941.  Mined and sunk off Normandy, France on 28 June 1944. DMMGB328001001  HMS MGB 328.  MGB328.  Motor Gun Boat of the Fairmile C class.  Built by Lady Bee Ltd. (Shoreham, England, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Aug 1940.  Commissioned 13 Oct 1941.  Sunk by gunfire from German surface vessels in Dover Straits on 21 July 1942.
DMMICHAEL001001  HMS Michael.  J444/M444.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Dec 1945.  Broken up N ov 1956. DMMICMAC001001  HMCS Micmac.  R10/214.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Halifax Shipyards Ltd. (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada).  Ordered 4 Jan 1941.  Laid down 20 May 1942.  Launched 18 Sep 1943.   Commissioned 14 Sep 1945.  Decommissioned on 31 March 1964 and sold for scrap. DMMIDDLETON001001  HMS Middleton.  L 74.  Hunt Type II Class Destroyer.  Launched May 1941.  Hulked 1955.  Scrapped Oct 1957. DMMIGNONETTE001001  HMS Mignonette.  K38.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 15 Jul 1940.  Launched 28 Jan 1941.  Commissioned 7 May 1941.  Sold in 1946.  Became the merchantile Alexandrouplis in 1948.  Sunk on 30 November 1948.
DMMILFORD001001  HMS Milford.  L51/U51.  Falmouth Class Sloop.  Launched June 1932.  Sold June 1949. DMMILFORD002001  HMS Milford.  L51/U51.  Falmouth Class Sloop.  Launched June 1932.  Sold June 1949. DMMILFORD003001  HMS Milford.  L51/U51.  Falmouth Class Sloop.  Launched June 1932.  Sold June 1949. DMMILNE001001  HMS Milne.  G14. Destroyer of the M class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Laid down 24 Jan 1940.  Launched 31 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 6 Aug 1942.  Sold to the Turkish Navy in 1958 being renamed Alm Arslan.
DMMILNE002001  HMS Milne.  G14. Destroyer of the M class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Laid down 24 Jan 1940.  Launched 31 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 6 Aug 1942.  Sold to the Turkish Navy in 1958 being renamed Alm Arslan. DMMINDFUL001001  HMS Mindful.  W135.  Ex USN ATR48.   Rescue Tug of the Favourite class.  Built by	Levingston Shipbuilding Co. (Orange, Texas, U.S.A.).  Launched 7 Feb 1943.  Commissioned	31 Aug 1943.  Returned to the USN 13 May 1946. DMMINDFUL002001  HMS Mindful.  W135.  Ex USN ATR48.   Rescue Tug of the Favourite class.  Built by	Levingston Shipbuilding Co. (Orange, Texas, U.S.A.).  Launched 7 Feb 1943.  Commissioned	31 Aug 1943.  Returned to the USN 13 May 1946. DMMINERII001001  HMS Miner II.  M34.   Ex HMS M 2.  M34.  Minelayer of the M 1 class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Sep 1938.  Laid down 22 Dec 1938.  Launched 18 Sep 1939. Commissioned 19 Jan 1940.  Renamed Miner II in 1942.  Expended as target on 18 March 1970.
DMMINERIII001001  HMS Miner III.  N 13.  Controlled Minelayer.  Launched Nov 1939.  Tender for Clearance Diving Teams at HMS Vernon in 1960's. DMMINERIV001001  HMS Miner IV.  M68/N14.  Ex HMS M4.  M68.  Minelayer of the M 1 class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 7 Sep 1939.  Laid down 10 Feb 1940.  Launched 6 Aug 1940. Commissioned 12 Nov 1940.  Renamed Miner IV in 1942.  Scrapped in May 1964. DMMINERIV002001  HMS Miner IV.  M68/N14.  Ex HMS M4.  M68.  Minelayer of the M 1 class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 7 Sep 1939.  Laid down 10 Feb 1940.  Launched 6 Aug 1940. Commissioned 12 Nov 1940.  Renamed Miner IV in 1942.  Scrapped in May 1964. DMMINERV001001  HMS Miner V.  N 15.  Controlled Minelayer.  Launched Nov 1940.  Converted to Cable Lighter and renamed HMS Britannic 1960.
DMMINERVA001001  HMS Minerva.  Ex HMS M33.  M29 Class Monitor.  Ordered: 15 March 1915.  Launched: 22 May 1915.  Commissioned: 24 June 1915.  Renamed HMS Minerva 1925.  Hulk C23 1939.  HMS M33 1990s.  Now a Museum ship at  Portsmouth. DMMINERVA002001  HMS Minerva.  Ex HMS M33.  M29 Class Monitor.  Ordered: 15 March 1915.  Launched: 22 May 1915.  Commissioned: 24 June 1915.  Renamed HMS Minerva 1925.  Hulk C23 1939.  HMS M33 1990s.  Now a Museum ship at  Portsmouth. DMMINERVA003001  HMS Minerva.  Ex HMS M33.  M29 Class Monitor.  Ordered: 15 March 1915.  Launched: 22 May 1915.  Commissioned: 24 June 1915.  Renamed HMS Minerva 1925.  Hulk C23 1939.  HMS M33 1990s.  Now a Museum ship at  Portsmouth. DMMINERVI001001  HMS Miner VI.  M94/N16.   Ex HMS M6. M94.  Minelayer of the M 1 class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Oct 1940.  Laid down 22 Apr 1941.  Launched	7 Feb 1942. Commissioned 20 May 1942.  Renamed Miner VI in 1942.  Sold 1980's.
DMMINERVI002001  HMS Miner VI. M94/N16  Ex HMS M6. M94.  Minelayer of the M 1 class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Oct 1940.  Laid down 22 Apr 1941.  Launched	7 Feb 1942. Commissioned 20 May 1942.  Renamed Miner VI in 1942.  Sold 1980's. DMMINERVI003001  HMS Miner VI. M94/N16  Ex HMS M6. M94.  Minelayer of the M 1 class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Oct 1940.  Laid down 22 Apr 1941.  Launched	7 Feb 1942. Commissioned 20 May 1942.  Renamed Miner VI in 1942.  Sold 1980's. DMMINERVII001001  HMS Miner VII.  N 17.  Controlled Minelayer.  Launched Jan 1944.  Adapted as Stabilisation Trials Ship and renamed HMS Steady 1960. DMMINERVIII001001  HMS Miner VIII.  M98.  Ex M8.  M98.   Minelayer of the M 1 class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Aug 1941.  Laid down 28 Mar 1943.  Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 15 May 1943.
DMMINSTREL001001  HMS Minstrel.  J445.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 27 Jun 1944.  Launched 5 Oct 1944. Commissioned 7 Jun 1945.  Paid off into Reserve at Singapore Feb 1947.  Transferred to Thailand as TNS Phosamton 20 Nov 1947.  Attended Spithead Revief June 1953.  Was still in service in 1982. DMMIST001001  HMS Mist.  Admiralty Drifter.  Employed on General Harbour Duties.   Launched 	21.11.18.   Sold 1946. DMMMS1001001  HMS MMS1.  Motor Minesweeper 105' Class.  Built by Richard Iron Works, Lowestoft.  19 Nov 1940.  Sold to Greece 1946 and renamed Chimarra. DMMMS2001001  HMS MMS2.  Motor Minesweeper 105' Class.  Built by G Forbes, Peterhead.  Completed 19 April 1941.  Sold 1946.
DMMMS32001001  HMS MMS 32.  Motor Minesweeper 105' Class.  Built by Macduff Eng. & Ship Bldrs. Co.  Completed Aug 1941. Sold 3 June 1955. DMMMS34001001  HMS MMS34.  Motor Minesweeper 105' Class.  Built by J Noble, Fraserburgh.  Completed 10 July 1941.  Sold Oct 1955. DMMMS185001001  HMS MMS185.  Motor Minesweeper 105' Class.  Built by G Forbes, Peterhead.  Completed 11 July 1942.  Sold 21 Nov 1956. DMMMS236001001  HMS MMS236.  Motor Minesweeper 105' Class.  Built by Wivenhoe Shipyard Ltd.  Completed 29 Nov 1942.  Sold 26 Feb 1956.
DMMMS560001001  HMS MMS 60.  J560.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by J & G Forbes & Co. Ltd. (Sandhaven, England, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1940.  Launched 23 Sep 1941.  Commissioned	27 Nov 1941.  Sold in 1946. DMMMS561001001  HMS MMS 61.  J561.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by Macduff Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. (Macduff, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered	5 Sep 1940.  Launched 19 Jul 1941.  Commissioned	14 Dec 1941.  Sold in March 1946. DMMMS1006001001  HMS MMS 1006.   FY1006.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS II class.  Built by Richards Ironworks Ltd. (Lowestoft, England, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jan 1942.  Launched 24 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 22 Mar 1943.  Sold on 20 January 1947 and renamed Trippesta. DMMMS1012001001  HMS MMS 1012.   FY1012.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS II class.  Built by Wivenhoe Shipyard Ltd. (Wivenhoe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jan 1942.  Launched 4 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 15 Oct 1943.  Sold on 20 October 1958.
DMMMS1030001001  HMS MMS 1030.   FY1030.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS II class.  Built by Philip & Son Ltd. (Dartmouth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jun 1942.  Launched 20 Jul 1943.  Commissioned 25 Oct 1943. Sold on 22 January 1959. DMMMS1044001001  HMS MMS 1044.   FY1044/M1044.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS II class.   Built by Wivenhoe Shipyard Ltd. (Wivenhoe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Aug 1942.  Launched 30 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 2 Aug 1944.  Transferred to Denmark in June 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy in November 1950.  Sold on 25 November 1954. DMMMS1077001001  HMS MMS 1077.   FY1077/M1077.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS II class.  Built by Frank Curtis (Totnes, England, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Nov 1942.  Launched 29 Nov 1943.  Commissioned 4 Nov 1944. Sold on 20 July 1956. DMMMS1569001001  HMS MMS 69.   J569/M1569.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by Richards Ironworks Ltd. (Lowestoft, England, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Sep 1940.  Launched 22 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 19 Feb 1942.  Sold in April 1954 as houseboat.
DMMMS1609001001  HMS MMS 1609.   J609/M1609.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by John Morris (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Dec 1940.  Launched 30 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 12 Oct 1942. Sold in August 1956. DMMMS1717001001  HMS MMS 217.   J717/M1717.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by	Walter Reekie (St. Monance, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered 8 Dec 1941.  Launched 30 May 1942.  Commissioned 13 Aug 1942.  Sold on 23 September 1955. DMMMS1763001001  HMS MMS 263.   J763/M1763.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by	Clapson & Sons Ltd. (Barton, England, U.K.).  Ordered 28 Mar 1942.  Launched	26 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 16 Jan 1943.  Sold on 23 September 1955. DMMMS1783001001  HMS MMS 283.   J783/M1783.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class. Built by J.W. & A. Upham Shipyard (Brixham, England, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Jun 1942.  Launched 3 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 18 Oct 1943.  Sold on 21 March 1957.
DMMMS1790001001  HMS MMS 290.   J790/M1790.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by	Frank Curtis (Totnes, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Aug 1942. Launched 24 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 7 Aug 1943. Sold on 22 February 1955. DMMMS1791001001  HMS MMS 291.   J791/M1791.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by	Frank Curtis (Totnes, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Aug 1942.  Launched 19 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 17 Oct 1943. Sold on 21 November 1956. DMMMS1801001001  HMS MMS 301.   J801/M1801.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by	Wilson Noble (Fraserburgh, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Aug 1942.  Launched 4 May 1943.  Commissioned 9 Aug 1943.  Sold on 20 August 1956. DMMMS1807001001  HMS MMS 307.   J807/M1807.  Motor minesweeper of the MMS I class.  Built by	Wilson Noble (Fraserburgh, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered 29 Oct 1942.  Launched 1 Sep 1943.  Commissioned	8 Dec 1943.  Sold 21 November 1956.
DMMODBURY001001  HMS Modbury.  L91.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 5 Aug 1941.   Launched 13 Apr 1942.  Transferred to the Royal Hellenic Navy before completion and renamed Miaoulis.  Returned to the Royal Navy in 1959.  Scrapped in 1960. DMMODESTE001001  HMS Modeste.  U42/F42.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Jan 1944.  Scrapped March 1961. DMMODESTE002001  HMS Modeste.  U42/F42.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Jan 1944.  Scrapped March 1961. DMMODESTE003001  HMS Modeste.  U42/F42.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Jan 1944.  Scrapped March 1961.
DMMODESTE004001  HMS Modeste.  U42/F42.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Jan 1944.  Scrapped March 1961. DMMODESTE005001  HMS Modeste.  U42/F42.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Jan 1944.  Scrapped March 1961. DMMOHAWK001001  HMS Mohawk.  F31/L31.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down	16 Jul 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1938.   Hit by a torpedo and sunk in the Med. 16 Apr 1941. DMMOHAWK002001  HMS Mohawk.  F31/L31.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down	16 Jul 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1938.   Hit by a torpedo and sunk in the Med. 16 Apr 1941.
DMMOHAWK003001  HMS Mohawk.  F31/L31.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down	16 Jul 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1938.   Hit by a torpedo and sunk in the Med. 16 Apr 1941. DMMOHAWK004001  HMS Mohawk.  F31/L31.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down	16 Jul 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1938.   Hit by a torpedo and sunk in the Med. 16 Apr 1941. DMMOHAWK005001  HMS Mohawk.  F31/L31.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down	16 Jul 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1938.   Hit by a torpedo and sunk in the Med. 16 Apr 1941. DMMOHAWK006001  HMS Mohawk.  F31/L31.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down	16 Jul 1936.  Launched 5 Oct 1937.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1938.   Hit by a torpedo and sunk in the Med. 16 Apr 1941.
DMMONKSHOOD001001  HMS Monkshood.  K207.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 28 Jun 1940.  Laid down 1 Oct 1940.  Launched 17 Apr 1941.Commissioned	31 Jul 1941.  Sold in 1947.  Became the merchantile W.R. Strang in 1948.  Sold 1948 to Union Whaling.  Refitted as bouy-boat.  Later refitted as whaler.  Sold in 1957 to Taiyo Gyogyo KK, Tokyo and renamed Toshi Maru.  Scrapped in Japan in 1965. DMMONNOW001001  HMS Monnow.   K441/F338.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Dec 1942.  Laid down 28 Sep 1943.  Launched 4 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 11 May 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 3 August 1944.  Returned to the Royal Navy 11 June 1945.  Bought by Royal Danish Navy in 1945 and renamed Holger Danske.  Scrapped in 1960 at Odense, Denmark.  Shown here as RDS Holgar Danske. DMMONNOW002001  HMS Monnow.   K441/F338.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Dec 1942.  Laid down 28 Sep 1943.  Launched 4 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 11 May 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 3 August 1944.  Returned to the Royal Navy 11 June 1945.  Bought by Royal Danish Navy in 1945 and renamed Holger Danske.  Scrapped in 1960 at Odense, Denmark.  Shown here as RDS Holgar Danske. DMMONNOW003001  HMS Monnow.   K441/F338.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Dec 1942.  Laid down 28 Sep 1943.  Launched 4 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 11 May 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 3 August 1944.  Returned to the Royal Navy 11 June 1945.  Bought by Royal Danish Navy in 1945 and renamed Holger Danske.  Scrapped in 1960 at Odense, Denmark.
DMMONTBRETIA001001  HMS Montbretia.  K208.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. (Paisley, Scotland).  Ordered 28 Jun 1940.  Laid down 16 Nov 1940.  Launched 27 May 1941.  Transferred to Norwegian Navy and lost 18 Nov 1942 when she was hit in the starboard bow by one of three torpedoes fired from U-262 and sunk after breaking in two.   Career notes	To the Royal Norwegian Navy as Montbretia DMMONTCLARE001001  HMS Montclare.  F 85.  Armed Merchant Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1921 as SS Montclare. Requisitioned Aug 1939 and converted. Bought by Admiralty June 1942 and converted to Submarine Depot Ship.  Sold for scrap Jan 1958. DMMONTCLARE002001  HMS Montclare.  F 85.  Armed Merchant Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1921 as SS Montclare. Requisitioned Aug 1939 and converted. Bought by Admiralty June 1942 and converted to Submarine Depot Ship.  Sold for scrap Jan 1958. DMMONTGOMERY001001  HMS Montgomery.  G95.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine, U.S.A.).  Laid down 26 Jun 1917.  Launched 25 Jun 1918. Commissioned 23 Oct 1940. Placed in reserve in the Tyne River on 23 Febr1944. Broken up for scrap in the spring of 1945 shortly before the end of the war in Europe.
DMMONTROSE001001  HMS Montrose.  D01/I01.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 4 Oct 1917.  Launched 10 Jun 1918. Commissioned 14 Sep 1918.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 31 January 1946. DMMONTROSE002001  HMS Montrose.  D01/I01.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 4 Oct 1917.  Launched 10 Jun 1918. Commissioned 14 Sep 1918.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 31 January 1946 DMMONTROSE003001  HMS Montrose.  D01/I01.  Destroyer of the Admiralty Leader class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered Apr 1917.  Laid down 4 Oct 1917.  Launched 10 Jun 1918. Commissioned 14 Sep 1918.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 31 January 1946 DMMOON001001  HMS Moon.  J329.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered Jul 1942.  Laid down 23 Mar 1943.  Launched 2 Sep 1943.   Commissioned 6 Jul 1944.   Scrapped 13 November 1957.     Former name	HMCS Mimico
DMMOONSTONE001001  HMS Moonstone.  T90.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by	Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).   Launched	31 Jul 1934.  Commissioned Jan 1939.  Completed on 30 August 1934.  Taken over by the Admiralty in January 1939.  Sold in 1946.  Renamed Red Lancer in 1946.  Scrapped on 27 January 1964. DMMOORSOM001001  HMS Moorsom.  K567.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 14 Aug 1943.  Launched 24 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 10 Dec 1943.   Returned to the US Navy on 25 October 1945. Scrapped. DMMORDEN001001  HMCS Morden.  K170.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1940.  Laid down 25 Oct 1940.  Launched 5 May 1941. Commissioned 6 Sep 1941.  Decommissioned 29 June 1945.   Scrapped in Canada in November 1946. DMMORPETHCASTLE001001  HMS Morpeth Castle.  K693.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by William Pickersgill & Sons Ltd. (Sunderland. U.K.).  Ordered 23 Jan 1943.  Laid down 23 Jun 1943.  Launched 26 Nov 1943. Commissioned 13 Jul 1944.  Scrapped at Llanelly on 9 August 1960.
DMMOTH001001  HMS Moth.  T69.  River gunboat of the Insect class.  Built by Sunderland Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Sunderland, England, U.K.).  Ordered	9 Feb 1915.  Launched 9 Oct 1915.  Commissioned 21 Jan 1916.  Scuttled at Hong Kong on 12 December 1941.  Raised and repaired by the Japanese. DMMOTH002001  HMS Moth.  T69.  River gunboat of the Insect class.  Built by Sunderland Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Sunderland, England, U.K.).  Ordered	9 Feb 1915.  Launched 9 Oct 1915.  Commissioned 21 Jan 1916.  Scuttled at Hong Kong on 12 December 1941.  Raised and repaired by the Japanese. DMMOUNSEY001001  HMS Mounsey.  K569.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Boston Navy Yard (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 14 Aug 1943.  Launched 24 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 23 Dec 1943.   Returned to the USN on 25 February 1946. Scrapped. DMMOURNE001001  HMS Mourne.  K261.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Jul 1941.  Laid down 21 Mar 1942.  Launched 24 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 30 Apr 1943.  On 15 June 1944  she was hit and sunk by a Gnat from U-767 in the English Channel.
DMMOUSA001001  HMS Mousa.  T295.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd. (Goole, U.K.).  Ordered	16 Jun 1941.  Laid down 6 Feb 1942.  Launched 1 Jun 1942.   Commissioned 30 Aug 1942.  Sold to the Italian Navy in February 1946. DMMOY001001  HMS Moy.  T79.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Mersey class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 22 May 1917.  Commissioned 21 Sep 1917.  Became a controlled minelayer in 1943.  Sold in January 1946.  Shown in Grand Harbour, Malta, passing HMS Hood. DMMOY002001  HMS Moy.  T79.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Mersey class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 22 May 1917.  Commissioned 21 Sep 1917.  Became a controlled minelayer in 1943.  Sold in January 1946.  Shown in Grand Harbour, Malta, passing HMS Hood. DMMOYOLA001001  HMS Moyola.   K260.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Jul 1941.  Laid down 9 Feb 1942.  Launched 27 Aug 1942.  Commissioned 15 Jan 1943.  Transferred to the F.N.F.L. (Free French) on 15 October 1944 and renamed Tonkinois.
DMMSML1301-MEDA001001  HMS HDML 1301.  ML1301/A352.  Harbour Defence Motor Launch of the HDML class.  Built by	Blackmore (Bideford, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Apr 1942.  Commissioned	6 Apr 1943.  Fitted as a Survey Motor Launch with the Mediterranaen Survey Unit 1946.  later renamed SML Meda. Sold on 25 June 1966. DMMTB1001001  HMS CMTB 01.   Became HMS MTB 332.   MTB332.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by Canadian Power Boat (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 22 Feb 1941.  Tranferred to the RAF in 1943 as Air/Sea Resque vessel. DMMTB1002001  HMS CMTB 01.   Became HMS MTB 332.   MTB332.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by Canadian Power Boat (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 22 Feb 1941.  Tranferred to the RAF in 1943 as Air/Sea Resque vessel. DMMTB2001001  HMS CMTB 02.  Became HMS MTB 333.   MTB333.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by Canadian Power Boat (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned Mar 1942.  Transferred to the RAF in 1943 as Air/Sea Resque vessel.
DMMTB03001001  HMS CMTB 03.  Became HMS MTB 334.   MTB334.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by Canadian Power Boat (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 18 Jul 1940.  Commssioned Mar 1942.  Transferred to the RAF in 1943 as Air/Sea Resque vessel. DMMTB04001001  HMS CMTB 04.  Became HMS MTB 335.   MTB335.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by Canadian Power Boat (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned Mar 1942.  Transferred to the RAF in 1943 as Air/Sea Resque vessel. DMMTB05001001  HMS CMTB 05.  HMS MTB 336.   MTB336.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by Canadian Power Boat (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned Apr 1942.   Transferred to the RAF in 1943 as Air/Sea Resque vessel. DMMTB06001001  HMS CMTB 06.  HMS MTB 337.  MTB337.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by Canadian Power Boat (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned Apr 1942.  Transferred to the RAF in 1943 as Air/Sea Resque vessel.
DMMTB08001001  HMS CMTB 08.  HMS MTB 339.   MTB339.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by Canadian Power Boat (Montreal, Canada).  Ordered 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned Apr 1942. Transferred to the RAF in 1943 as Air/Sea Resque vessel. DMMTB11001001  HMS MTB 11.   MTB11.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Jan 1938.  Commissioned 26 Jul 1938.  Scuttled at Hong Kong on 26 December 1941 to prevent capture by the Japanese. DMMTB16001001  HMS MTB 16.  MTB16.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Jan 1938.  Commissioned 3 Mar 1939.  Mined and sunk in the Thames estuary on 31 October 1940. DMMTB18001001  HMS MTB 18.  MTB18.   Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Jan 1938.  Commissioned 24 Mar 1939.  Reclassified as target towing vessel CT 10 in 1942.
DMMTB19001001  HMS MTB 19.  MTB19.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 60 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Sep 1935.  Commissioned 17 May 1936.  Ex: MTB 7 (1937), MTB 13  (1938),  Renamed MTB 19 in 1938.  Reclassified Minesweeper Attendant Craft MAC 6 in 1940. DMMTB22001001  HMS MTB 22.  MTB22.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 70 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	15 Aug 1938.  Commissioned 9 Jun 1939.  Sold in 1945. DMMTB22002001  HMS MTB 22.  MTB22.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 70 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	15 Aug 1938.  Commissioned 9 Jun 1939.  Sold in 1945. DMMTB23001001  HMS MTB 23.  MTB23.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 70 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	15 Aug 1938.  Commissioned Dec 1939.  Transferred to Romania in 1940.
DMMTB35001001  HMS MTB 35.  MTB35.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 70 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	27 Sep 1939.  Commissioned 2 Apr 1941.  For disposal in November 1943. DMMTB38001001  HMS MTB 38.  MTB38.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 70 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	27 Sep 1939.  Commissioned 26 May 1941. DMMTB57001001  HMS MTB 57.  MTB57.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 70 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	26 Feb 1940.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1941.  Sold in October 1944. DMMTB61001001  HMS MTB 61.  MTB61.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 70 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	26 Feb 1940.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1941.  No further data.
DMMTB73001001  HMS MTB 73.   MTB73.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 72 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portsmouth, England, U.K.).  Ordered	20 May 1940.  Commissioned  Oct 1941.  Bombed and sunk by German aircraft off La Maddalena, Italy on 24 November 1943. DMMTB81001001  HMS MTB 81.  MTB81.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 72 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	20 May 1940.  Commissioned 14 Jan 1943.  Sold in August 1945. DMMTB82001001  HMS MTB 82.  MTB82.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 72 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	20 May 1940.  Commissioned 26 Jun 1942.  Sold in May 1945 at Malta. DMMTB97001001  HMS MTB 97.  MTB97.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 72 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	20 May 1940.  Commissioned 4 Sep 1942.  Sold in July 1945.
DMMTB100001001  HMS MTB 100.  MTB100/MMS51/C11.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB experimental-type (MTB 100) class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Mar 1937.  Commissioned 28 Apr 1938.   Ex MMS 51.  Reclassified as target towing vessel CT 11 in 1943.   Sold Jan 1946. DMMTB102001001  HMS MTB 102.  MTB102.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper experimental-type (MTB 102) class.  Built by Vosper (Portsmouth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 7 Dec 1936.  Commissioned 26 May 1938.   To the Royal Army Service Corps as Vimy in 1943.  Sold on 2 May 1945 as merchantile.  Now preserved as a museum ship. DMMTB102002001  HMS MTB 102.  MTB102.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper experimental-type (MTB 102) class.  Built by Vosper (Portsmouth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 7 Dec 1936.  Commissioned 26 May 1938.   To the Royal Army Service Corps as Vimy in 1943.  Sold on 2 May 1945 as merchantile.  Now preserved as a museum ship. DMMTB102003001  HMS MTB 102.  MTB102.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper experimental-type (MTB 102) class.  Built by Vosper (Portsmouth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 7 Dec 1936.  Commissioned 26 May 1938.   To the Royal Army Service Corps as Vimy in 1943.  Sold on 2 May 1945 as merchantile.  Now preserved as a museum ship.
DMMTB347001001  HMS MTB 347.  MTB347.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 72 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 17 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 18 Mar 1943.  Sunk by gunfire from German surface vessels off IJmuiden, Netherlands on 1 October 1944. DMMTB379001001  HMS MTB 379.  MTB379.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 9 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 22 Jan 1944.   Sold on 17 September 1947. DMMTB380002001  HMS MTB 380.  MTB380.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 12 May 1944.  sold in June 1946. DMMTB380003001  HMS MTB 380.  MTB380.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 12 May 1944.  sold in June 1946.
DMMTB385001001  HMS MTB 385.  MTB385.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 5 Oct 1944.  Sold in October 1956. DMMTB498001001  HMS MTB 498.  MTB498/MTB1598.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 72 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1945.  Renumbered MTB 1598 in 1949.  Sold on 18 June 1958. DMMTB507001001  HMS MTB 507.  MTB507/MTB 1507.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 72 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 30 Nov 1945.  Renumbered MTB 1507 in 1949.  Sold on 18 June 1958. DMMTB508001001  HMS MTB 508.  MTB508/MTB1508.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 72 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 22 Nov 1945.  Renumbered MTB 1508 in 1949.  Sold on 18 June 1958.
DMMTB510001001  HMS MTB 510.  MGB510/MTB510.  Completed as MGB 510 Dec 1943.  Reclassified as MTB 510 in 1944.   Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Shown lain up 1946.  Sold Sept 1947. DMMTB521001001  HMS MTB 521.  MTB521/MTB1521.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 72 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Commissioned 1 Nov 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1521 in 1949.   Sold in October 1958. DMMTB522001001  HMS MTB 522.  MTB522/MTB 1522.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 72 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Commissioned 26 Oct 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1522 in 1949.  Sold on 18 June 1958. DMMTB523001001  HMS MTB 523.  MTB523/MTB1023.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 5 Jul 1945.  Renumbered MTB 1023 and transferred to Denmark in 1949.  Lost by explosion in Aarhus, Denmark.
DMMTB524001001  HMS MTB 524.  MTB524/MTB1024.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 1 Dec 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1024 in 1949 and transferred to Denmark. DMMTB528001001  HMS MTB 528.  MTB528.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 16 Apr 1946.  Sold on 1 March 1948. DMMTB529001001  HMS MTB 529.  MTB529/MTB1029.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 23 May 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1029 in 1949.  Sold in June 1953. DMMTB530001001  HMS MTB 530.  MTB530/MTB1030.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned	9 Aug 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1030 in 1949.  Lost in a collision off Hook of Holland, Netherlands on 28 March 1952.
DMMTB538001001  HMS MTB 538.  MGB538/MTB538/MTB1601.  Ordered as MGB 538 Dec 1943.   Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Completed as MTB 538 27 Aug 1948.  Renumbered MTB 1601 July 1949. Sold Aug 1957. DMMTB731001001  HMS MTB 731.  MTB731/MTB3001.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Alex Robertson & Sons Ltd. (Sandbank, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Aug 1942.  Commissioned Jul 1944.  Renumbered MTB 3001 in 1949.  Fate unknown. DMMTB750001001  HMS MTB 750.  MTB750/MTB3002.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by A. M. Dickie & Sons (Bangor, Wales, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Aug 1942.  Commissioned May 1944.  Renumbered MTB 3002 in 1949. Sold in 1957. DMMTB780001001  HMS MTB 780.  MTB780/MTB5001.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Kris Cruisers Ltd. (Isleworth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 11 Jan 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5001 in 1949.  Sold on 23 October 1957.
DMMTB790001001  HMS MTB 790.  MTB790/MTB5003.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Boat Construction Co. Ltd. (Falmouth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Jul 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5003 in 1949.  Sold on 23 November 1953. DMMTB1023001001  HMS MTB 1023.  MTB523/MTB1023.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 5 Jul 1945.  Renumbered MTB 1023 and transferred to Denmark in 1949.  Lost by explosion in Aarhus, Denmark. DMMTB1024001001  HMS MTB 1024.  MTB524/MTB1024.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 1 Dec 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1024 in 1949 and transferred to Denmark. DMMTB1025001001  HMS MTB 1025.  MTB1025/MTB525.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 31 Oct 1945.  Renumbered MTB 1025 in 1949.  Sold in September 1954.
DMMTB1026001001  HMS MTB 1026.   MTB526/MTB1026.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 1 Feb 1946.  Renumbered MTB1026 in 1949.  Hulked from Nov 1956-Oct 1958. DMMTB1027001001  HMS MTB 1027.   MTB527/MTB1027.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.). Ordered	2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 28 Feb 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1027 in 1949.  Sold on 24 January 1958. DMMTB1029001001  HMS MTB 1029.  MTB529/MTB1029.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered	2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 23 May 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1029 in 1949.  Sold in June 1953. DMMTB1030001001  HMS MTB 1030.  MTB530/MTB1030.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 9 Aug 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1030 in 1949.  Lost in a collision off Hook of Holland, Netherlands with MTB 1032 on 28 March 1952.
DMMTB1032001001  HMS MTB 1032.  MTB532/MTB1032.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Wivenhoe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned	13 Feb 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1032 in 1949.  Sold in April 1957. DMMTB1033001001  HMS MTB 1033.  MTB533/MTB1033/FC42.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Vosper 73 feet-type class.  Built by Vosper (Wivenhoe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 5 Dec 1945.  Renumbered MTB 1033 in 1949. Later reclassified as Fleet Craft FC 42.   Sold on 21 October 1958. DMMTB1522001001  HMS MTB 1522.  MTB522/MTB 1522.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 72 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Commissioned 26 Oct 1946.  Renumbered MTB 1522 in 1949.  Sold on 18 June 1958. DMMTB1598001001  HMS MTB 1598.  MTB498/MTB1598.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the BPB 72 feet-type class.  Built by British Power Boat (Hythe, England, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 21 Aug 1945.  Renumbered MTB 1598 in 1949.  Sold on 18 June 1958.
DMMTB1601001001  HMS MTB 1601.  MGB538/MTB538/MTB1601.  Ordered as MGB 538 Dec 1943.   Built by Vosper (Portchester, England, U.K.).  Completed as MTB 538 27 Aug 1948.  Renumbered MTB 1601 July 1949. Sold Aug 1957. DMMTB1602001001  HMS MTB 1602.  MTB539/MTB1602.  Built by Saunders Roe.  Laid down as MTB 539, an experimental boat with an aluminium hull.  Renumbered MTB 1602 in July 1949 before completion 21 Mar 1950.  Sank 31 Jan 1952 by explosion whilst under tow. DMMTB2009001001  HMS MTB 2009.   MGB509/MGB2009/MTB2009/MTB5559.  Motor Gun Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by	Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Apr 1942.  	 Commissioned 18 Apr 1945.  Laid down as MGB 509.  Completed 18 Apr 1945 and renumbered MGB 2009.  Reclassified as MTB 2009 in 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5559 in 1949.  Sold in 1954. DMMTB2009002001  HMS MTB 2009.   MGB509/MGB2009/MTB2009/MTB5559.  Motor Gun Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by	Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Apr 1942.  	 Commissioned 18 Apr 1945.  Laid down as MGB 509.  Completed 18 Apr 1945 and renumbered MGB 2009.  Reclassified as MTB 2009 in 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5559 in 1949.  Sold in 1954.
DMMTB2012001001  HMS MTB 2012.   MTB512/MTB2005/MTB2012/MTB5512.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper & Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 27 Oct 1944.  Renamed MTB 2005 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2012 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5512 in 1949.  Sold on 6 August 1957. DMMTB2015001001  HMS MTB 2015.  MGB515/MTB515/MTB2008/MTB2015/MTB5515.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943. Commissioned 15 Jun 1945.  Renamed MTB 2008 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2015 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5515 in 1949.  Sold on 14 June 1956. DMMTB2016001001  HMS MTB 2016.  MTB516/MTB2010/MTB2016/MTB5516.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned Jul 1945.  Renamed MTB 2010 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2016 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5516 in 1949.  Sold on 17 March 1956. DMMTB2017001001  HMS MTB 2017.  MTB517/MTB2011/MTB2017/MTB5517.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1946.  Renamed MTB 2011 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2017 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5517 in 1949.  Sold on 2 February 1954.
DMMTB2017002001  HMS MTB 2017.  MTB517/MTB2011/MTB2017/MTB5517.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1946.  Renamed MTB 2011 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2017 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5517 in 1949.  Sold on 2 February 1954. DMMTB2017003001  HMS MTB 2017.  MTB517/MTB2011/MTB2017/MTB5517.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1946.  Renamed MTB 2011 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2017 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5517 in 1949.  Sold on 2 February 1954. DMMTB2018001001  HMS MTB 2018.  MTB518/MTB2012/MTB2018/MTB5518.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 16 Jul 1946.  Renamed MTB 2012 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2018 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5518 in 1949.  Sold on 17 March 1956. DMMTB5001001001  HMS MTB 5001.  MTB780/MTB5001.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Kris Cruisers Ltd. (Isleworth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 11 Jan 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5001 in 1949.  Sold on 23 October 1957.
DMMTB5001002001  HMS MTB 5001.  MTB780/MTB5001.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Kris Cruisers Ltd. (Isleworth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 11 Jan 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5001 in 1949.  Sold on 23 October 1957. DMMTB5001003001  HMS MTB 5001.  MTB780/MTB5001.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Kris Cruisers Ltd. (Isleworth, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 11 Jan 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5001 in 1949.  Sold on 23 October 1957. DMMTB5002001001  HMS MTB 5002.   MTB5002.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by Wallasea Bay Yacht Station (Rochford, England, U.K.).   Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned	Dec 1944 . Sold in 1957. DMMTB5003001001  HMS MTB 5003.  MTB5003.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by James A. Silver Ltd. (Rosneath, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Jul 1945.  Sold on 8 March 1948.
DMMTB5007001001  HMS MTB 5007.  MTB5007.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by S. B. Hall (Glampton, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Mar 1945.  Sold on 17 November 1950. DMMTB5008001001  HMS MTB 5008.  MTB5008.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by William King Ltd. (Burnham-on-Crouch, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Jun 1945.  Sold on 20 July 1956. DMMTB5008002001  HMS MTB 5008.  MTB5008.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by William King Ltd. (Burnham-on-Crouch, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Jun 1945.  Sold on 20 July 1956. DMMTB5009001001  HMS MTB 5009.  MTB5009.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by Lady Bee Ltd. (Shoreham, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 5 Apr 1945.  Sold on 17 March 1946.
DMMTB5010001001  HMS MTB 5010.  MTB5010/MTB3050.   Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by A. M. Dickie & Sons (Bangor, Wales, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Jan 1945.   Later renumbered MTB 3050.  Sold on 20 July 1955. DMMTB5015001001  HMS MTB 5015.  MTB5015.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by Cardnell Brothers (Althorne, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Mar 1945.  Sold on 23 October 1957. DMMTB5015002001  HMS MTB 5015.  MTB5015.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by Cardnell Brothers (Althorne, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Mar 1945.  Sold on 23 October 1957. DMMTB5020001001  HMS MTB 5020.  MTB5020.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D (Modified) class.  Built by William Osborne Ltd. (Littlehampton, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned Dec 1944. Paid off at HMS Hornet 5 Sept 1956.  Sold on 18 September 1958.  The last Fairmile 'D' boat in service.
DMMTB5031001001  HMS MTB 5031.  MTB758/MTB5031.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Alex Robertson & Sons Ltd. (Sandbank, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered 30 Aug 1942.  Commissioned Oct 1944.   Renumbered MTB 5031 in 1949.  Sold on 14 June 1956. DMMTB5032001001  HMS MTB 5032.  MTB779/MTB5032.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Woodnutt & Co. Ltd. (St. Helens, Isle of Wight, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 16 Oct 1944.  Renumbered MTB 5032 in 1949.  Sold on January 1955. DMMTB5032002001  HMS MTB 5032.  MTB779/MTB5032.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Woodnutt & Co. Ltd. (St. Helens, Isle of Wight, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 16 Oct 1944.  Renumbered MTB 5032 in 1949.  Sold on January 1955. DMMTB5033001001  HMS MTB 5033.  MTB785/MTB5033.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Brooke Marine Ltd. (Oulton Broad, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 12 Mar 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5033 in 1949.  Sold on 17 October 1955.
DMMTB5035001001  HMS MTB 5035.  MTB793/MTB5033.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Alex Robertson & Sons Ltd. (Sandbank, Scotland, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 5 Mar 1945. Renumbered MTB 5035 in 1949.  Sold on 25 April 1958. DMMTB5036001001  HMS MTB 5036.  MTB794/MTB5036.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Fairmile D class.  Built by Hertbert Woods (Potter Heigham, England, U.K.).  Ordered 26 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 22 Dec 1944.  Renumbered MTB 5036 in 1949.  Sold on 24 April 1958. DMMTB5208001001  HMS MTB 5208.  Ex German Schnelleboote S 208.  Commissioned into the Royal Navy as MTB 5208 for experimental purposes. Fate unknown. DMMTB5208002001  HMS MTB 5208.  Ex German Schnelleboote S 208.  Commissioned into the Royal Navy as MTB 5208 for experimental purposes. Fate unknown.
DMMTB5212001001  HMS MTB 5212.  Ex German Schnelleboote S 212.  Commissioned into the RN for experimental purposes.  Fate unknown. DMMTB5511001001  HMS MTB 5511.  MTB511/MTB2004/MTB2011/MTB5511/FPB5511.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by	Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered	21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 8 Jul 1944.  Renamed MTB 2004 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2011 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5511 in 1949.  Redesignated FPB 5511 later.  Sold on 20 October 1954. DMMTB5513001001  HMS MTB 5513.  MTB513/MTB2006/MTB2013/MTB5513.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 22 Jan 1945.  Renamed MTB 2006 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2013 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5513 in 1949.  Sold on 14 June 1956. DMMTB5513002001  HMS MTB 5513.  MTB513/MTB2006/MTB2013/MTB5513.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 22 Jan 1945.  Renamed MTB 2006 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2013 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5513 in 1949.  Sold on 14 June 1956.
DMMTB5514001001  HMS MTB 5514.   MTB514/MTB2008/MTB2014/MTB5514.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 9 Apr 1945.  Renamed MTB 2008 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2014 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5514 in 1949.  Sold on 11 March 1954. DMMTB5515001001  HMS MTB 5515.   MTB515/MM2009/MTB2015/MTB5515.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943. Commissioned 15 Jun 1945.  Renamed MTB 2009 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2015 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5515 in 1949.  Sold on 14 June 1956. DMMTB5516001001  HMS MTB 5516.  MTB516/MTB2010/MTB2016/MTB5516.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned Jul 1945.  Renamed MTB 2010 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2016 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5516 in 1949.  Sold on 17 March 1956. DMMTB5517001001  HMS MTB 5517.  MTB517/MTB2011/MTB2017/MTB5517.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jan 1946.  Renamed MTB 2011 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2017 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5517 in 1949.  Sold on 2 February 1954.
DMMTB5518001001  HMS MTB 5518.  MTB518/MTB2012/MTB2018/MTB5518.  Motor Torpedo Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 21 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 16 Jul 1946.  Renamed MTB 2012 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 2018 in 1945.  Renamed MTB 5518 in 1949.  Sold on 17 March 1956. DMMTB5559001001  HMS MTB 5559.   MGB509/MGB2009/MTB2009/MTB5559.  Motor Gun Boat of the Camper&Nicholson-type class.  Built by	Camper & Nicholsons Ltd. (Gosport, England, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Apr 1942.  	 Commissioned 18 Apr 1945.  Laid down as MGB 509.  Completed 18 Apr 1945 and renumbered MGB 2009.  Reclassified as MTB 2009 in 1945.  Renumbered MTB 5559 in 1949.  Sold in 1954. DMMULLIONCOVE001001  HMS Mullion Cove.  F186.  Repair Ship of the Moray Firth class.  Built by Bartram&Sons Ltd. (Sunderland, England, U.K.).  Launched 10 Jul 1944.  Commissioned	Oct 1944. DMMULLIONCOVE002001  HMS Mullion Cove.  F186.  Repair Ship of the Moray Firth class.  Built by Bartram&Sons Ltd. (Sunderland, England, U.K.).  Launched 10 Jul 1944.  Commissioned	Oct 1944.
DMMULLOFGALLOWAY001001  HMS Mull of Galloway.  F26.  Repair Ship of the Beachy Head class.  Built by North Vancouver Ship Repairs Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).  Laid down 19 Jun 1944.  Launched	26 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 15 May 1945. DMMULLOFKINTYRE001001  HMS Mull of Kintyre.  F86/A225.  Repair Ship of the Beachy Head class.  Built by	North Vancouver Ship Repairs Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).  Laid down 21 Dec 1944.  Launched 5 Apr 1945.  Commissioned 2 Nov 1945. DMMUSKETEER001001  HMS Musketeer.  G86.  Destroyer of the M class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Laid down 7 Dec 1939.  Launched 2 Dec 1941.  Commissioned 18 Sep 1942. Sold to be broken up for scrap on 6 December 1955. DMMUTINE001001  HMS Mutine.  J227.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 15 Nov 1940.  Laid down 24 Nov 1941.  Launched	10 Oct 1942.  Commissioned 26 Feb 1943.
DMMYNGS001001  HMS Myngs.  R06/D06.  Destroyer of the Z class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Feb 1942.  Laid down 27 May 1942.  Launched 31 May 1943.  Commissioned 23 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Egypt in 1955 being renamed El Qahar. DMMYNGS002001  HMS Myngs.  R06/D06.  Destroyer of the Z class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Feb 1942.  Laid down 27 May 1942.  Launched 31 May 1943.  Commissioned 23 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Egypt in 1955 being renamed El Qahar. DMMYNGS003001  HMS Myngs.  R06/D06.  Destroyer of the Z class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Feb 1942.  Laid down 27 May 1942.  Launched 31 May 1943.  Commissioned 23 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Egypt in 1955 being renamed El Qahar. DMMYNGS004001  HMS Myngs.  R06/D06.  Destroyer of the Z class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Feb 1942.  Laid down 27 May 1942.  Launched 31 May 1943.  Commissioned 23 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Egypt in 1955 being renamed El Qahar.
DMMYNGS005001  HMS Myngs.  R06/D06.  Destroyer of the Z class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Feb 1942.  Laid down 27 May 1942.  Launched 31 May 1943.  Commissioned 23 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Egypt in 1955 being renamed El Qahar. DMMYNGS006001  HMS Myngs.  R06/D06.  Destroyer of the Z class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Feb 1942.  Laid down 27 May 1942.  Launched 31 May 1943.  Commissioned 23 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Egypt in 1955 being renamed El Qahar. DMMYNGS007001  HMS Myngs.  R06/D06.  Destroyer of the Z class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 12 Feb 1942.  Laid down 27 May 1942.  Launched 31 May 1943.  Commissioned 23 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Egypt in 1955 being renamed El Qahar. DMMYOSOTIS001001  HMS Myosotis.  K65.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by J. Lewis & Sons Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 21 Jun 1940.  Launched 28 Jan 1941. Commissioned 30 May 1941.  Sold on 2 september 1946 to Faroe islands for refitting as trawler Grunningur, but laid up in Thorshavn in May 1949.  Sold and refitted as bouy-boat at Framnæs Mek.V. Renamed THORØRN.  First whaling season was 1949/1950.  Refitted as whaler at Smith's Dock, during the summer of 1951.  Service in Antarctic from 1953 to 1967.  Sold for breaking 1969.
DMMYRMIDON001001  HMS Myrmidon.  G90.  Destroyer of the M class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Laid down 7 Dec 1939.  Launched 2 Mar 1942.  Loaned to the Polish Navy and commissioned as ORP Orkan on 18 November 1942. DMMYRMIDON002001  HMS Myrmidon.  J454.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 19 Jul 1944.  Launched 21 Oct 1944.   Commissioned 9 Jul 1945.  Scrapped 2 December 1958. DMMYRTLE001001  HMS Myrtle.  T91.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 18 Aug 1928.  Commissioned	Mar 1939.  Lost 14 Jun 1940.  Completed on 16 October 1928. Taken over by the Admiralty in March 1939.  Mined in the Thames estuary on 14 June 1940. DMMYSTIC001001  HMS Mystic.  J455.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 9 Aug 1944.  Launched 11 Nov 1944.   Commissioned 2 Aug 1945.  Scrapped 3 May 1958.
DMNABOB001001  HMS Nabob.  D77.  Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 20 Oct 1942.  Launched 9 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1943.  Decommissioned on 30 Sepember 1944. 16 March 1946 returned to the US Navy and stricken.  Sold for scrap in March 1947 in the Netherlands. Resold to the Norddeutscher Lloyd and converted to the German motor merchant Nabob until 1952  and as a civilian training vessel for the post war German merchant service.  Renamed Glory in 1968 and registered in Panama.  Sold for scrap Dec 1977. DMNAIAD001001  HMS Naiad.   93.  Light cruiser of the Dido class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Mar 1937.  Laid down 26 Aug 1937.  Launched 3 Feb 1939.  Commissioned 24 Jul 1940.  Sunk on 11 Mar 1942 by U-565. DMNAIRANA001001  HMS Nairana.  D 05.  Nairana Class Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched May 1943.  Acquired during building as Merchant Vessel.  Loaned to Holland as 'HrMs Karel Doorman' March 1946.  Returned to RN May 1948 and sold as 'Port Victor'.  Scrapped July 1971. DMNAIRANA002001  HMS Nairana.  D 05.  Nairana Class Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched May 1943.  Acquired during building as Merchant Vessel.  Loaned to Holland as 'HrMs Karel Doorman' March 1946.  Returned to RN May 1948 and sold as 'Port Victor'.  Scrapped July 1971.
DMNAIRANA003001  HMS Nairana.  D 05.  Nairana Class Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched May 1943.  Acquired during building as Merchant Vessel.  Loaned to Holland as 'HrMs Karel Doorman' March 1946.  Returned to RN May 1948 and sold as 'Port Victor'.  Scrapped July 1971. DMNAIRANA004001  HMS Nairana.  D 05.  Nairana Class Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched May 1943.  Acquired during building as Merchant Vessel.  Loaned to Holland as 'HrMs Karel Doorman' March 1946.  Returned to RN May 1948 and sold as 'Port Victor'.  Scrapped July 1971. DMNAIRANA005001  HMS Nairana.  D 05.  Nairana Class Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched May 1943.  Acquired during building as Merchant Vessel.  Loaned to Holland as 'HrMs Karel Doorman' March 1946.  Returned to RN May 1948 and sold as 'Port Victor'.  Scrapped July 1971. DMNANAIMO001001  HMCS Nanaimo.  K101.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Yarrows Ltd. (Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered 14 Feb 1940.  Laid down 27 Apr 1940.  Launched 28 Oct 1940.   Commissioned 26 Apr 1941.  Decommissioned 28 September 1945.  Became the dutch merchantile Rene W. Vinke in 1953.  Broken up at Cape Town 1966.
DMNAPIER001001  HMS Napier.  G97.  Destroyer of the N class.  Built by	Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Apr 1939.  Laid down	26 Jul 1939.  Launched 22 May 1940. Commissioned 26 Oct 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 26 October 1945.  Scrapped in January 1956.  Career notes	To Australia as HMAS Napier. DMNASTURTIUM001001  HMS Nasturtium.  K107.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 23 Mar 1940.  Launched	4 Jul 1940.   Commissioned 26 Sep 1940.  Laid down as La Paimpolaise for the French Navy, but completed as HMS Nasturtium for the Royal Navy after France was invaded by Germany.  Sold in 1946. DMNASTURTIUM002001  HMS Nasturtium.  K107.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 23 Mar 1940.  Launched	4 Jul 1940.   Commissioned 26 Sep 1940.  Laid down as La Paimpolaise for the French Navy, but completed as HMS Nasturtium for the Royal Navy after France was invaded by Germany.  Sold in 1946. DMNELSON001001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949.
DMNELSON002001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON003001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON004001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON005001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949.
DMNELSON006001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON007001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON008001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON009001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949.
DMNELSON010001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON011001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON012001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON013001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949.
DMNELSON014001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON015001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON016001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON017001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949.
DMNELSON018001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON019001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON020001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949. DMNELSON021001  HMS Nelson.  Pennant No. 28.  Lead Battleship of Class.  Launched Sept 1925.  Attacked by U-56 Oct 1939 but torpedoes failed to explode.  Damaged by U-31 Dec 1939.  Decommissioned Oct 1947. Scrapped March 1949.
DMNENE001001  HMS Nene.  K270.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smith's Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Jan 1942.  Laid down 20 Jun 1942.  Launched 9 Dec 1942.  Commissioned 8 Apr 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on 4 June 1944.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 11 June 1945.  Scrapped in August 1955. DMNEPAL001001  HMAS Nepal.  G25.  Destroyer of the N class.  Laid down as HMS Norseman.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 15 Apr 1939. Laid down 9 Sep 1939.  Launched 4 Dec 1941.   Commissioned 29 May 1942.  HMS Norseman was renamed HMS Nepal before commissioning in January 1942.  Transferred to Australia before commissioning on 1 May 1942.  Commissioned in the Royal Australian Navy on 29 May 1942.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 22 October 1945.  Sold for scrap on 16 January 1956. DMNEPTUNE001001  HMS Neptune.   Pennant No. 20.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1933.  Sunk by mines off Tripoli Dec 1941. DMNEPTUNE002001  HMS Neptune.   Pennant No. 20.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1933.  Sunk by mines off Tripoli Dec 1941.
DMNEPTUNE003001  HMS Neptune.   Pennant No. 20.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1933.  Sunk by mines off Tripoli Dec 1941. DMNEPTUNE004001  HMS Neptune.   Pennant No. 20.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1933.  Sunk by mines off Tripoli Dec 1941. DMNEREIDE001001  HMS Nereide.  U64/F64.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Jan 1944.  Scrapped May 1958. DMNEREIDE002001  HMS Nereide.  U64/F64.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Jan 1944.  Scrapped May 1958.
DMNEREIDE003001  HMS Nereide.  U64/F64.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Jan 1944.  Scrapped May 1958. DMNERISSA001001  HMS Nerissa.  G65.  Destroyer of the N class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Apr 1939.  Laid down 26 Jul 1939.  Launched 7 May 1940.  Commissioned 26 Oct 1946.  Became Polish Piorun 1940 to 1946.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 26 October 1946 being renamed HMS Noble.  Scrapped at Dunston in 1955. DMNESS001001  HMS Ness.   K219.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered  11 Feb 1941.  Laid down 3 Sep 1941.  Launched 30 Jul 1942.  Commissioned	22 Dec 1942.  Sold to be broken up for scrap in September 1956. DMNESTOR001001  HMAS Nestor.  G02.  Destroyer of the N class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Apr 1939.  Laid down 26 Jul 1939.  Launched	9 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 12 Feb 1941. Bombed on 15 June 1942 by Italian aircraft in the eastern Mediterranean and badly damaged.  Scuttled by depth charges later.
DMNEWARK001001  HMS Newark.  G08.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Union Iron Works (San Francisco, California, U.S.A.).  Laid down 20 Oct 1917.  Launched 14 Apr 1918.  Commissioned 26 Nov 1940.    Newark was scrapped at Botness on 18 February 1947. DMNEWCASTLE001001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE002001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE003001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959.
DMNEWCASTLE004001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE005001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE006001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE007001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959.
DMNEWCASTLE008001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE009001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE010001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE011001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959.
DMNEWCASTLE012001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE013001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWCASTLE014001  HMS Newcastle.  Pennant No. 76.  Southampton Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Jan 1936.  Saw service throughout WWII and decommissioned Aug 1958.  Broken up Aug 1959. DMNEWFOUNDLAND001001  HMS Newfoundland.  Pennant No. 59.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1941.  Damaged by U-407 July 1943.  Sold to Peru Dec 1959 and renamed 'Almirante Grau.  Renamed 'Capitan Quinones' May 1973 and discarded 1979.
DMNEWFOUNDLAND002001  HMS Newfoundland.  Pennant No. 59.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1941.  Damaged by U-407 July 1943.  Sold to Peru Dec 1959 and renamed 'Almirante Grau.  Renamed 'Capitan Quinones' May 1973 and discarded 1979. DMNEWFOUNDLAND003001  HMS Newfoundland.  Pennant No. 59.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1941.  Damaged by U-407 July 1943.  Sold to Peru Dec 1959 and renamed 'Almirante Grau.  Renamed 'Capitan Quinones' May 1973 and discarded 1979. DMNEWMARKET001001  HMS Newmarket.  G47.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Union Iron Works (San Francisco, California, U.S.A.).  Laid down 31 Oct 1917.  Launched 28 Mar 1918.  Commissioned 26 Nov 1940.  She was scrapped at Llanelly in September 1945. DMNEWPORT001001  HMS Newport.  G 54.  Town Class Destroyer.  Launched Dec 1917 as USS Sigourney DD-81.  Acquired under Lend-lease Nov 1940 and renamed.  Loaned to Norway March 1942 to June 1942 as HNoMS Newport. Decommissioned Jan 1945 and scrapped Feb 1947.
DMNEWWATERFORD001001  HMCS New Waterford.  K321/304.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Yarrows Ltd. (Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada).  Ordered Jun 1942.  Laid down 17 Feb 1943.  Launched 3 Jul 1943 Commissioned  21 Jan 1944.  Decommissioned 7 March 1946.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 304 on 31 January 1958.  Decommissioned 2 December 1966. DMNIAGARA001001  HMCS Niagara.  I57.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Fore River Shipbuilding Co. (Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down	8 Jun 1918.  Launched 31 Aug 1918.  Commissioned 24 Sep 1940.  Assigned torpedo training ship on 2 March 1944.  Decommissioned on 15 September 1945.  Sold for scrap on 13 January 1946.  Scrapped in 1947. DMNIGELLA001001  HMS Nigella.  K19.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 28 Nov 1939.  Launched 21 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 25 Feb 1941.  Sold in 1947 and became the merchantile Nigelock.  Sunk on 10 March 1955. DMNIGER001001  HMS Niger.  J442.   Laid down as HMS Disdain.   Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Jun 1943.  Laid down 5 Nov 1944.  Launched 1 May 1945.  Commissioned 21 Sep 1945.  Scrapped 2 February 1966.
DMNIGER002001  HMS Niger.  J73.  Minesweeper of the Halcyon class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 5 Feb 1935 .  Laid down 1 Apr 1935.  Launched 29 Jan 1936.  Commissioned 4 Jun 1936.  She,  unfortunately led a convoy into a British minefield off Iceland. She was mined on 5 Jul 1942  as were six of the merchants she was escorting, all but one also sank. DMNIGERIA001001  HMS Nigeria.   Pennant No. 60.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Torpedoed and damaged by Italian Submarine 'Axum' Aug 1942.  Sold to India Aug 1957 and renamed 'Mysore'. Decommissioned Aug 1985. DMNIGERIA002001  HMS Nigeria.   Pennant No. 60.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Torpedoed and damaged by Italian Submarine 'Axum' Aug 1942.  Sold to India Aug 1957 and renamed 'Mysore'. Decommissioned Aug 1985. DMNIGERIA003001  HMS Nigeria.   Pennant No. 60.  Fiji Class Light Cruiser.  Launched July 1939.  Torpedoed and damaged by Italian Submarine 'Axum' Aug 1942.  Sold to India Aug 1957 and renamed 'Mysore'. Decommissioned Aug 1985.
DMNIGHTINGALE001001  HMS Nightingale.  Mining Tender.  Attached to HMS Vernon.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard.  Launched 1931.  Still in service into 1950's.  No further data DMNIGHTINGALE002001  HMS Nightingale.  Mining Tender.  Attached to HMS Vernon.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard.  Launched 1931.  Still in service into 1950's.  No further data DMNIGHTINGALE003001  HMS Nightingale.  Mining Tender.  Attached to HMS Vernon.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard.  Launched 1931.  Still in service into 1950's.  No further data DMNITH001001  HMS Nith.  K215.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.): Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Feb 1941.  Laid down 5 Sep 1941.  Launched 25 Sep 1942.  Commissioned 16 Feb 1943.  Sold to the Egyptian Navy Nov 1948 and renamed Domiat.  During the Suez crisis Domiat was sunk on 1 Nov 1956 by HMS Newfoundland.  Shown here as Egyptian Naval Ship Domiat.
DMNIZAM001001  HMS Nizam.  G38.  Destroyer of the N class.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Apr 1939.  Laid down 27 Jul 1939.  Launched 4 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 17 Oct 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 17 October 1945.  Scrapped in November 1955. DMNIZAM002001  HMS Nizam.  G38.  Destroyer of the N class.  Built by	John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Apr 1939.  Laid down 27 Jul 1939.  Launched 4 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 17 Oct 1945.  Returned to the Royal Navy on 17 October 1945.  Scrapped in November 1955. DMNONPAREIL003001  HMS Nonpareil.  G16.  Destroyer of the N class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 15 Apr 1939.  Laid down 22 May 1940.  Launched 25 Jun 1941.  Transferred to the Royal Netherlands Navy before completion.   Renamed Tjerk Hiddes. DMNOONTIDE001001  HMS Noontide.   Admiralty Drifter.  Launched 11.6.18.   Employed on Target service 1941.   Sold June 1948.
DMNORANDA001001  HMCS Noranda.  J265.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by	Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Laid down 27 Dec 1940.  Launched	13 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 15 May 1942 .  Decommissioned 28 August 1945. Served with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police from 1945.  Became the yacht Miranda in 1962.  Scrapped in 1971. DMNORFOLK001001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950. DMNORFOLK002001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950. DMNORFOLK003001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950.
DMNORFOLK004001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950. DMNORFOLK005001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950. DMNORFOLK006001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950. DMNORFOLK007001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950.
DMNORFOLK008001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950. DMNORFOLK009001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950. DMNORFOLK010001  HMS Norfolk.  Pennant No. 78.  Dorsetshire Class Heavy Cruiser.  Launched Dec 1928.  Survived WWII but sustained damage during German air attack on Scapa Flow March 1940. Broken up Feb 1950. DMNORMAN001001  HMAS Norman.  G49.  Destroyer of the N class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 15 Apr 1939.  Laid down 27 Jul 1939.  Launched 30 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 29 Sep 1941.   Returned to the Royal Navy in October 1945.  Scrapped in May 1958.
DMNORTHERNDUKE001001  HMS Northern Duke.   4.11.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler.  Built by Deschimag (Bremerhaven, Germany).  Commissioned Sep 1939.  Completed in November 1936.  Taken over by the Admiralty on 1 September 1939.  Transferred to the United States Navy in February 1942.  Returned in October 1942.  Returned to her owner in January 1946.  Scrapped at Dunston in 1963. DMNORTHWAY001001  HMS Northway.  F142.  Dock landing ship of the Casa Grande class.  Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 24 May 1943.  Launched 18 Nov 1943.  Commissioned	15 Feb 1944 .  Lend-Lease built in the United States for the Royal Navy.  Returned to the United States in 1947. DMNSC(L)12001001  HMS NSC(L) 12.  Former LCTMk III.  Used as Stores Carrier. DMNSC(L)36001001  HMS NSC(L) 36.  Former LCTMk III.  Used as Stores Carrier.
DMNSC1023001001  HMS NSC(L) 1023.  Former LCTMk III.  Used as Stores Carrier. DMNUBIAN001001  HMS Nubian.  L36/F36/G36.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 10 Aug 1936.  Launched 21 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 6 Dec 1938.  Pennant numbers: L36 October 1938- December 1938.  F36 January 1939 - Autumn 1940.  G36 Autumn 1940 - June 1949.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 25 June 1949. DMNUBIAN002001  HMS Nubian.  L36/F36/G36.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 10 Aug 1936.  Launched 21 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 6 Dec 1938.  Pennant numbers: L36 October 1938- December 1938.  F36 January 1939 - Autumn 1940.  G36 Autumn 1940 - June 1949.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 25 June 1949. DMNUBIAN003001  HMS Nubian.  L36/F36/G36.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 10 Aug 1936.  Launched 21 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 6 Dec 1938.  Pennant numbers: L36 October 1938- December 1938.  F36 January 1939 - Autumn 1940.  G36 Autumn 1940 - June 1949.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 25 June 1949.
DMNUBIAN004001  HMS Nubian.  L36/F36/G36.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 10 Mar 1936.  Laid down 10 Aug 1936.  Launched 21 Dec 1937.  Commissioned 6 Dec 1938.  Pennant numbers: L36 October 1938- December 1938.  F36 January 1939 - Autumn 1940.  G36 Autumn 1940 - June 1949.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales on 25 June 1949. DMNYASALAND001001  HMS Nyasaland.  K587.  Former name USS Hoste.  Frigate of the Colony class.  Built by Walsch-Kaiser Co., Inc. (Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jun 1943.  Laid down 7 Sep 1943.  Launched 6 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 31 Jul 1944.  Returned to the USN on 15 April 1946. DMOAK001001  HMS Oak.  T54.  Minesweeping Trawler.  Bullt by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Launched 28 Apr 1928.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1939.  Completed on 6 June 1928.  Taken over by the Admiralty in March 1939.  Sold in March 1946.  Renamed St.Stephen in 1946.  Renamed Lady June in 1949.  Renamed Recepto in 1952.  Scrapped at Bruges, Belgium on 22 August 1956. DMOAKHAMCASTLE001001  HMS Oakham Castle.  K530.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by	A & J Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Dec 1942.  Laid down 30 Nov 1943.  Launched 20 Jul 1944.  Commissioned 10 Dec 1944.  Sold in August 1957.  Became a weather ship.
DMOAKLEY001001  HMS Oakley.  L72.  Seen here as ORP Kujawiak.   Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.): Parsons.  Ordered 4 Sep 1939.  Laid down 22 Nov 1939.  Launched 30 Oct 1940.  Loaned to the Polish Navy before completion on 30 May 1941 and commissioned as Kujawiak on 17 June 1941.  Kujawiak was mined and sunk off Malta on 16 June 1942. DMOAKLEY002001  HMS Oakley.  L98.  Laid down as HMS Tickham.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type II) class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered	20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 19 Aug 1940.  Launched 15 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 7 May 1942.  HMS Tickham was renamed HMS Oakley in 1942.  Sold to the West German Navy 2 October 1958 being renamed Gneisenau.  Scrapped in 1970. DMOAKVILLE001001  HMCS Oakville.  K178.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Shown here under construction 1941.    Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1940.  Laid down 21 Dec 1940.  Launched 21 Jun 1941.  Commissioned	18 Nov 1941.  End service	20 Jul 1945.  Decommissioned 20 July 1945.  Became the Venezuelan Patria in 1946. DMOBDURATE001001  HMS Obdurate.  G39/D139.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 25 Apr 1940.  Launched 19 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 3 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in November 1964.
DMOBDURATE002001  HMS Obdurate.  G39/D139.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 25 Apr 1940.  Launched 19 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 3 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in November 1964. DMOBDURATE003001  HMS Obdurate.  G39/D139.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 25 Apr 1940.  Launched 19 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 3 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in November 1964. DMOBDURATE004001  HMS Obdurate.  G39/D139.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 25 Apr 1940.  Launched 19 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 3 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in November 1964. DMOBDURATE005001  HMS Obdurate.  G39/D139.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 25 Apr 1940.  Launched 19 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 3 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in November 1964.
DMOBDURATE006001  HMS Obdurate.  G39/D139.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 25 Apr 1940.  Launched 19 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 3 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in November 1964. DMOBDURATE008001  HMS Obdurate.  G39/D139.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 25 Apr 1940.  Launched 19 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 3 Sep 1942.  Scrapped at Inverkeithing in November 1964. DMOBEDIENT001001  HMS Obedient.  G48/D248.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMOBEDIENT002001  HMS Obedient.  G48/D248.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped Oct 1962.
DMOBEDIENT003001  HMS Obedient.  G48/D248.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMOBEDIENT004001  HMS Obedient.  G48/D248.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped Oct 1962. DMOCEAN001001  HMS Ocean.  R 68.  Colossus Class Light Fleet Aircraft Carrier.  Launched July 1944.  First landing by a jet aircraft Dec 1945.  Took part in Suez Crisis 1956.  Scrapped 1962. DMOCEAN002001  HMS Ocean.  R 68.  Colossus Class Light Fleet Aircraft Carrier.  Launched July 1944.  First landing by a jet aircraft Dec 1945.  Took part in Suez Crisis 1956.  Scrapped 1962.
DMOCEAN003001  HMS Ocean.  R 68.  Colossus Class Light Fleet Aircraft Carrier.  Launched July 1944.  First landing by a jet aircraft Dec 1945.  Took part in Suez Crisis 1956.  Scrapped 1962. DMOCEANWAY001001  HMS Oceanway.  F143.  Dock landing ship of the Casa Grande class.  Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (Newport News, Virginia, U.S.A.).  Laid down 23 Jul 1943.  Launched 29 Dec 1943.  Commissioned	29 Mar 1944.  Lend-Lease built in the United States for the Royal Navy.  Returned to the United States in 1945 ?. DMOCTAVIA001001  HMS Octavia.  J 290.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Dec1942.  Sold Aopril DMODZANI001001  HMS Odzani.  K356.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 15 Jul 1942.  Laid down 18 Nov 1942.  Launched 19 May 1943.  Commissioned 2 Sep 1943.  Scrapped in June 1957.
DMOFFA001001  HMS Offa.  G29.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 15 Jan 1940.  Launched 11 Mar 1941.  Commissioned	20 Sep 1941.  Transferred to Pakistan on 30 November 1949 being renamed Tariq.  Scrapped at Sunderland on 13 October 1959. DMOFFA002001  HMS Offa.  G29.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 15 Jan 1940.  Launched 11 Mar 1941.  Commissioned	20 Sep 1941.  Transferred to Pakistan on 30 November 1949 being renamed Tariq.  Scrapped at Sunderland on 13 October 1959. DMONSLAUGHT001001  HMS Onslaught.  G04.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Pathfinder?  Assisted in the sinking of U-472 March 1944 in Barents Sea.  Transferred to Pakistan March 1951 and renamed 'Tughril'. DMONSLAUGHT002001  HMS Onslaught.  G04.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Pathfinder?  Assisted in the sinking of U-472 March 1944 in Barents Sea.  Transferred to Pakistan March 1951 and renamed 'Tughril'.
DMONSLAUGHT004001  HMS Onslaught.  G04.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Pathfinder?  Assisted in the sinking of U-472 March 1944 in Barents Sea.  Transferred to Pakistan March 1951 and renamed 'Tughril'. DMONSLAUGHT006001  HMS Onslaught.  G04.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Pathfinder?  Assisted in the sinking of U-472 March 1944 in Barents Sea.  Transferred to Pakistan March 1951 and renamed 'Tughril'. DMONSLAUGHT007001  HMS Onslaught.  G04.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched Oct 1941 as HMS Pathfinder?  Assisted in the sinking of U-472 March 1944 in Barents Sea.  Transferred to Pakistan March 1951 and renamed 'Tughril'. DMONSLOW001001  HMS Onslow.  G17.  Laid down as HMS Pakenham.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 1 Jul 1940.  Launched 31 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 8 Oct 1941.  Transferred to Pakistan on 30 November 1949 being renamed Tippu Sultan.
DMONSLOW002001  HMS Onslow.  G17.  Laid down as HMS Pakenham.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 1 Jul 1940.  Launched 31 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 8 Oct 1941.  Transferred to Pakistan on 30 November 1949 being renamed Tippu Sultan. DMONSLOW003001  HMS Onslow.  G17.  Laid down as HMS Pakenham.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 1 Jul 1940.  Launched 31 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 8 Oct 1941.  Transferred to Pakistan on 30 November 1949 being renamed Tippu Sultan. DMONSLOW004001  HMS Onslow.  G17.  Laid down as HMS Pakenham.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 1 Jul 1940.  Launched 31 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 8 Oct 1941.  Transferred to Pakistan on 30 November 1949 being renamed Tippu Sultan. DMONTARIO001001  HMCS Ontario.  Light cruiser of the Minotaur class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Laid down	20 Nov 1941.  Launched 29 Jul 1943.  Commissioned	25 May 1945.  End service 15 Oct 1958.  Originally named HMS Minotaur but transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy and named HMCS Ontario upon completion.  Paid off on 15 October 1958. She arrived at Osaka, Japan for breaking up on 19 November 1960.
DMONYX001 (2)001  HMS Onyx.  Launched 1918.  Employed on Harbor service.  Lost 21.3.47.   No further data. DMONYX001001  HMS Onyx.  J 221.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Oct 1942.  Scrapped April 1967. DMOPOSSUM001001  HMS Opossum.  U 33.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Nov 1944.  Scrapped April 1960. DMOPPORTUNE001001  HMS Opportune.  G80.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 28 Mar 1940.  Launched 21 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1942. Scrapped at Milford Haven on 25 November 1955.
DMOPPORTUNE002001  HMS Opportune.  G80.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 28 Mar 1940.  Launched 21 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1942. Scrapped at Milford Haven on 25 November 1955. DMOPPORTUNE003001  HMS Opportune.  G80.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 28 Mar 1940.  Launched 21 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1942. Scrapped at Milford Haven on 25 November 1955. DMOPPORTUNE004001  HMS Opportune.  G80.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Thornycroft (Southampton, U.K.).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 28 Mar 1940.  Launched 21 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 14 Aug 1942. Scrapped at Milford Haven on 25 November 1955. DMORANGEVILLE001001  HMCS Orangeville.  K491.  Laid down as HMS Hedingham Castle.   Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.). Ordered 19 Jan 1943.  Laid down 23 Jul 1943.  Launched 26 Jan 1944.  Commissioned 24 Apr 1944.   Decommissioned 12 April 1946.  Sold into mercantile service in 1947 being renamed Ta Tung.
DMORCADIA001001  HMS Orcadia.  J462/M462.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Aug 1944.  Scrapped Dec 1958. DMORCADIA002001  HMS Orcadia.  J462/M462.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Aug 1944.  Scrapped Dec 1958. DMORCHIS001001  HMS Orchis.  K76.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 18 Jun 1940.  Launched 15 Oct 1940.  Commissioned	29 Nov 1940.  Lost 21 Aug 1944.  21 August 1944 she was severely damaged by a mine, and beached off 'Juno' Beach at Courseulles-sur-Mer, and subsequently declared a Constructive Total Loss (CTL). DMORESTES001001  HMS Orestes.  J277.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by	Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 9 Sep 1941.  Laid down 27 Mar 1942.  Launched 25 Nov 1942.  Commissioned 10 Apr 1943.  Used as a target ship for Seacat missiles fired from the Seacat trials ship, HMS Decoy, in Lyme Bay, resulting in Orestes sinking.
DMORIBI001001  HMS Oribi.  G66.  Laid down as HMS Observer.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 15 Jan 1940.  Launched 14 Jan 1941.  Commissioned 5 Jul 1941.  Transferred to Turkey in 1946 being renamed Gayret. DMORIBI002001  HMS Oribi.  G66.  Laid down as HMS Observer.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 15 Jan 1940.  Launched 14 Jan 1941.  Commissioned 5 Jul 1941.  Transferred to Turkey in 1946 being renamed Gayret. DMORIBI003001  HMS Oribi.  G66.  Laid down as HMS Observer.  Destroyer of the O class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Sep 1939.  Laid down 15 Jan 1940.  Launched 14 Jan 1941.  Commissioned 5 Jul 1941.  Transferred to Turkey in 1946 being renamed Gayret. DMORILLIA001001  HMCS Orillia.  K119.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Collingwood Shipyards Ltd. (Collingwood, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 1 Feb 1940.  Laid down 4 Mar 1940.  Launched 15 Sep 1940. Commissioned 25 Nov 1940.  Decommissioned 2 July 1945.  Scrapped in Canada in January 1951.
DMORION001001  HMS Orion.  Pennant No. 85.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1932.  Survived the war and was decommissioned 1947.  Scrapped Aug 1949. DMORION002001  HMS Orion.  Pennant No. 85.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1932.  Survived the war and was decommissioned 1947.  Scrapped Aug 1949. DMORION003001  HMS Orion.  Pennant No. 85.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1932.  Survived the war and was decommissioned 1947.  Scrapped Aug 1949. DMORION004001  HMS Orion.  Pennant No. 85.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1932.  Survived the war and was decommissioned 1947.  Scrapped Aug 1949.
DMORION005001  HMS Orion.  Pennant No. 85.  Leander Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Nov 1932.  Survived the war and was decommissioned 1947.  Scrapped Aug 1949. DMORSAY001001  HMS Orsay.  T450.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Ordered 16 Apr 1943.  Laid down 7 Sep 1944.  Launched 1 Jan 1945. Commissioned 11 May 1945.  Sold in 1947. DMORWELL001001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965. DMORWELL002001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965.
DMORWELL003001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965. DMORWELL004001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965. DMORWELL005001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965. DMORWELL007001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965.
DMORWELL008001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965. DMORWELL009001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965. DMORWELL010001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965. DMORWELL011001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965.
DMORWELL012001  HMS Orwell.  G98/F98.  'O' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Scrapped June 1965. DMOSSORY001001  HMS Ossory.  J 463.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Oct 1944.  Scrapped March 1959. DMOTHELLO001001  HMS Othello.  T76.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Shakespearian class.  Built by	Hall, Russell & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Dec 1939.  Laid down 27 Feb 1941.  Launched 7 Oct 1941. Commissioned 22 Dec 1941.  Sold to the Italian Navy in March 1946. DMOTTAWA001001  HMCS Ottawa.  H60.  Destroyer of the C class.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down	12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Sunk on 14 Sep 1942 by U-91.
DMOTTAWA002001  HMCS Ottawa.  H60.  Destroyer of the C class.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down	12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Sunk on 14 Sep 1942 by U-91. DMOTTAWA003001  HMCS Ottawa.  H60.  Destroyer of the C class.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down	12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Sunk on 14 Sep 1942 by U-91. DMOTTAWA004001  HMCS Ottawa.  H60.  Destroyer of the C class.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down	12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.  Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Sunk on 14 Sep 1942 by U-91. DMOUSE001001  HMS Ouse.  T80.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Mersey class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Launched 19 Apr 1917.  Commissioned	3 Feb 1918.  Mined off Tobruk, Lybia on 20 February 1941.
DMOWEN001001  HMS Owen.  K640.  Bay Class Frigate.  Ordered as Loch Muick 2 May 1943.  Re-ordered as Thurso Bay while building.  Completed as HMS Owen Survey vessel.  Builder: Hall, Russell & Company.   Laid down: 30 September 1944.  Launched: 19 October 1945.  Commissioned: 2 August 1949.  Decommissioned: 14 October 1965.  Scrapped 15 July 1970. DMOWEN002001  HMS Owen.  K640.  Bay Class Frigate.  Ordered as Loch Muick 2 May 1943.  Re-ordered as Thurso Bay while building.  Completed as HMS Owen Survey vessel.  Builder: Hall, Russell & Company.   Laid down: 30 September 1944.  Launched: 19 October 1945.  Commissioned: 2 August 1949.  Decommissioned: 14 October 1965.  Scrapped 15 July 1970. DMOXFORDCASTLE001001  HMS Oxford Castle.  K692.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by	Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 23 Jan 1943.  Laid down 21 Jun 1943.  Launched 11 Dec 1943.  Commissioned 10 Mar 1944.  Scrapped at Briton Ferry 6 September 1960. DMOXFORDSHIRE001001  HMS Oxfordshire.  Troopship.  Launched June 1912.  Requisitioned as Hospital Ship Aug 1914.  Decommissioned March 1919.  Requisitioned again Sept 1939 and again was converted into a Hospital Ship. Repatriated troops from the Far East  1945.  Employed as a Troopship 1947-48. Became first emigrant ship to Australia 1950. Sold to India 1951 and renamed 'Safina-el-Arab'. Broken up 1958
DMOXLIP001001  HMS Oxlip.  K123.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by A & J Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 9 Dec 1940.  Launched 28 Aug 1941.  Commissioned 28 Dec 1941. Sold to the Irish Naval Service in 1946 and renamed Maev. DMPADSTOWBAY001001  HMS Padstow Bay.  K608.  Laid down as HMS Loch Coulside.  Frigate of the Bay class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 19 Jan 1944.  Laid down	25 Sep 1944.  Launched 24 Aug 1945.  Commissioned 11 Mar 1946.  Scrapped 11 August 1959. DMPAKENHAM001001  HMS Pakenham.  G06.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 6 Feb 1940.  Launched 28 Jan 1941.  Commissioned 4 Feb 1942.  Scuttled north of Pantelleria 16 April 1943 HMS Paladin after sustaining heavy damages in action with the Italian torpedo boats Cigno and Cassiopea off Sicily. DMPAKENHAM002001  HMS Pakenham.  G06.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 6 Feb 1940.  Launched 28 Jan 1941.  Commissioned 4 Feb 1942.  Scuttled north of Pantelleria 16 April 1943 HMS Paladin after sustaining heavy damages in action with the Italian torpedo boats Cigno and Cassiopea off Sicily.
DMPALADIN001001  HMS Paladin.  G69/F169.  'P' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1941.  Assisted in the sinking of U-205 Feb 1943 in the Med. Assisted in the sinking of 2 Italian MTB's April 1943.  Sunk Italian Transport Ship April 1943 and Italian MTB 'Perseo' and the Transport Ship 'Campobasso' May 1943 and a Japanese Landing craft in June 1945. Scrapped Oct 1962. DMPALADIN003001  HMS Paladin.  G69/F169.  'P' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1941.  Assisted in the sinking of U-205 Feb 1943 in the Med. Assisted in the sinking of 2 Italian MTB's April 1943.  Sunk Italian Transport Ship April 1943 and Italian MTB 'Perseo' and the Transport Ship 'Campobasso' May 1943 and a Japanese Landing craft in June 1945. Scrapped Oct 1962. DMPALADIN004001  HMS Paladin.  G69/F169.  'P' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1941.  Assisted in the sinking of U-205 Feb 1943 in the Med. Assisted in the sinking of 2 Italian MTB's April 1943.  Sunk Italian Transport Ship April 1943 and Italian MTB 'Perseo' and the Transport Ship 'Campobasso' May 1943 and a Japanese Landing craft in June 1945. Scrapped Oct 1962. DMPALADIN005001  HMS Paladin.  G69/F169.  'P' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1941.  Assisted in the sinking of U-205 Feb 1943 in the Med. Assisted in the sinking of 2 Italian MTB's April 1943.  Sunk Italian Transport Ship April 1943 and Italian MTB 'Perseo' and the Transport Ship 'Campobasso' May 1943 and a Japanese Landing craft in June 1945. Scrapped Oct 1962.
DMPALADIN006001  HMS Paladin.  G69/F169.  'P' Class Destroyer.  Launched June 1941.  Assisted in the sinking of U-205 Feb 1943 in the Med. Assisted in the sinking of 2 Italian MTB's April 1943.  Sunk Italian Transport Ship April 1943 and Italian MTB 'Perseo' and the Transport Ship 'Campobasso' May 1943 and a Japanese Landing craft in June 1945. Scrapped Oct 1962. DMPANGBOURNE001001  HMS Pangbourne.  J37.  Hunt Class Minesweeper.  Launched March 1918.  Sold March 1947. DMPANTHER001001  HMS Panther. G41.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 15 Jul 1940.  Launched 28 May 1941.   Commissioned 12 Dec 1941.  On 9 Oct 1943, she was bombed and sunk by German Ju-87 divebombers east of Karpathos Island, Greece. DMPARRAMATTA001001  HMAS Parramatta.  L44/U44.  Sloop of the Grimsby class.  Built by	Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Co. Ltd. (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia).  Ordered 1938.  Laid down 9 Nov 1938.  Launched 10 Jun 1939.  Commissioned 8 Apr 1940.   On 27 Nov 1941, was torpedoed and sunk by U-559 about 35 nautical miles north-east of Tobruk, Lybia.
DMPARRAMATTA002001  HMAS Parramatta.  L44/U44.  Sloop of the Grimsby class.  Built by	Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Co. Ltd. (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia).  Ordered 1938.  Laid down 9 Nov 1938.  Launched 10 Jun 1939.  Commissioned 8 Apr 1940.   On 27 Nov 1941, was torpedoed and sunk by U-559 about 35 nautical miles north-east of Tobruk, Lybia. DMPARTRIDGE001001  HMS Partridge.  G30.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Govan, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 3 Jun 1940.  Launched	5 Aug 1941.  Commissioned 22 Feb 1942.  On 18 Dec 1942, she was hit by one torpedo from the German submarine U-565 and sank west of Oran, Algeria. DMPATHFINDER001001  HMS Pathfinder.  G10.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 5 Mar 1940. Launched 10 Apr 1941.  Commissioned 13 Apr 1942.  Declared a constructive total loss on 11 Feb 1945 after being damaged by bombs from Japanese aircraft off Ramree Island, Burma. Finally scrapped in Nov 1948 at Milford Haven. DMPATHFINDER002001  HMS Pathfinder.  G10.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 5 Mar 1940. Launched 10 Apr 1941.  Commissioned 13 Apr 1942.  Declared a constructive total loss on 11 Feb 1945 after being damaged by bombs from Japanese aircraft off Ramree Island, Burma. Finally scrapped in Nov 1948 at Milford Haven.
DMPATROLLER001001  HMS Patroller.  D07.  Former name USS Keneenaw. Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 27 Nov 1942.  Launched 6 May 1943.  Commissioned 25 Oct 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 13 Dec 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 7 Feb 1947.  Sold into merchantile service being renamed Almkerk.  Sold in 1969 and renamed Pacific Reliance.  Scrapped in Taiwan in February 1974. DMPATROLLER002001  HMS Patroller.  D07.  Former name USS Keneenaw. Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 27 Nov 1942.  Launched 6 May 1943.  Commissioned 25 Oct 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 13 Dec 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 7 Feb 1947.  Sold into merchantile service being renamed Almkerk.  Sold in 1969 and renamed Pacific Reliance.  Scrapped in Taiwan in February 1974. DMPC74001001  HMS PC 74.  Built 1918.  Later converted to 'Q Ship HMS Chatsgrove.  X85.  A Q ship was a commissioned Naval vessel which would assume its RFA name on entering harbour to hide its genuine identity. They were armed and their guns were hidden behind dummy bulwarks and superstructure to lure U boats to the surface and then open fire on them. Scrapped 19 Jul 1948. DMPC74002001  HMS PC 74.  Built 1918.  Later converted to 'Q Ship HMS Chatsgrove.  X85.  A Q ship was a commissioned Naval vessel which would assume its RFA name on entering harbour to hide its genuine identity. They were armed and their guns were hidden behind dummy bulwarks and superstructure to lure U boats to the surface and then open fire on them. Scrapped 19 Jul 1948.
DMPEACOCK001001  HMS Peacock.  U96/F96.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Dec 1943.  Assisted in sinking of U-354 off North Cape Aug 1944 and  U-394 in the Norwegian Sea Sept 1944.  Scrapped May 1958. DMPEACOCK002001  HMS Peacock.  U96/F96.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Dec 1943.  Assisted in sinking of U-354 off North Cape Aug 1944 and  U-394 in the Norwegian Sea Sept 1944.  Scrapped May 1958. DMPEARL001001  HMS Pearl.  T 22.  Anti-Submarine Trawler.  Built 1934.  Taken over by RN Oct 1935.  Sold April 1946. DMPELICAN001001  HMS Pelican.  L86/U86/F86.  Egret Class Sloop.  Launched Sept 1938.  Assisted in the sinking of U-136 in the Atlantic July 1942, U-438 May 1943, U-334 June 1943 and U-448 April 1944.  Scrapped Nov 1958.
DMPELICAN002001  HMS Pelican.  L86/U86/F86.  Egret Class Sloop.  Launched Sept 1938.  Assisted in the sinking of U-136 in the Atlantic July 1942, U-438 May 1943, U-334 June 1943 and U-448 April 1944.  Scrapped Nov 1958. DMPELICAN003001  HMS Pelican.  L86/U86/F86.  Egret Class Sloop.  Launched Sept 1938.  Assisted in the sinking of U-136 in the Atlantic July 1942, U-438 May 1943, U-334 June 1943 and U-448 April 1944.  Scrapped Nov 1958. DMPELICAN004001  HMS Pelican.  L86/U86/F86.  Egret Class Sloop.  Launched Sept 1938.  Assisted in the sinking of U-136 in the Atlantic July 1942, U-438 May 1943, U-334 June 1943 and U-448 April 1944.  Scrapped Nov 1958. DMPELORUS001001  HMS Pelorus.  J291.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 1 Jan 1942.  Laid down 8 Oct 1942.  Launched 18 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 7 Oct 1943.  Sold to the South African Navy in 1947 being renamed SAS Pietermaritzburg. Scuttled to become an artificial reef off Simonstown on 12 Nov 1994.
DMPEMBROKE001001  HMS Pembroke.  Believed to be 'Daniel Fearall' renamed Pembroke between 1922 and 1939.  No further data. DMPENELOPE001001  HMS Penelope.  Pennant No. 97.  Arethusa Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Oct 1935.  Sunk by torpedoes fired from U-410 Feb 1944 whilst en-route from Anzio to Naples and steaming at 26 knots. DMPENELOPE002001  HMS Penelope.  Pennant No. 97.  Arethusa Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Oct 1935.  Sunk by torpedoes fired from U-410 Feb 1944 whilst en-route from Anzio to Naples and steaming at 26 knots. DMPENELOPE003001  HMS Penelope.  Pennant No. 97.  Arethusa Class Light Cruiser.  Launched Oct 1935.  Sunk by torpedoes fired from U-410 Feb 1944 whilst en-route from Anzio to Naples and steaming at 26 knots.
DMPENN001001  HMS Penn.  G77.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down	26 Dec 1939.  Launched 12 Feb 1941.  Commissioned 10 Feb 1942.  Sold for scrap 30 October 1950. DMPENN002001  HMS Penn.  G77.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down	26 Dec 1939.  Launched 12 Feb 1941.  Commissioned 10 Feb 1942.  Sold for scrap 30 October 1950. DMPENNYWORT001001  HMS Pennywort.  K111.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by A & J Inglis Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 12 Dec 1939.  Laid down 11 Mar 1941.  Launched 18 Oct 1941.  Commissioned 5 Mar 1942.  Sold in 1947.  Scrapped at Troon in February 1949. DMPENTSTEMON001001  HMS Pentstemon.  K61.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by George Philip & Sons Ltd. (Dartmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 28 Nov 1939.  Launched 18 Jan 1941.  Commissioned	31 Jul 1941.  Sold in 1946.  Became the merchant Galaxidi in 1947.  Name changed to Rosa Vlassi in 1951.
DMPENYLAN001001  HMS Penylan.  L89.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type III) class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Ordered 28 Jul 1940.  Laid down 4 Jun 1941.  Launched 17 Mar 1942.   Commissioned 25 Aug 1942.  On 3 Dec 1942 she was sunk by torpedo from the German Motor Torpedo Boat  S 115 in the English Channel. DMPENZANCE001001  HMS Penzance.  L28.  Sloop of the Folkestone class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Apr 1929.  Laid down 29 Jul 1929.  Launched 10 Apr 1930.  Commissioned	15 Jan 1931.  Sunk on 24 Aug 1940 by U-37. DMPENZANCE002001  HMS Penzance.  L28.  Sloop of the Folkestone class.  Built by Devonport Dockyard (Plymouth, U.K.).  Ordered 4 Apr 1929.  Laid down 29 Jul 1929.  Launched 10 Apr 1930.  Commissioned	15 Jan 1931.  Sunk on 24 Aug 1940 by U-37. DMPEONY001001  HMS Peony.  K40.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 24 Feb 1940.  Launched 4 Jun 1940.  Commissioned	2 Aug 1940.  Served as the Greek RHN Sakhtouris from 1943.  Returned to the Royal Navy in September 1951.  Scrapped on 21 April 1952.
DMPERIWINKLE001001  HMS Periwinkle.  K55.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered	19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 30 Oct 1939.  Launched 24 Feb 1940.  Commissioned 8 Apr 1940.  Ordered for French Navy but served in the Royal Navy as HMS Periwinkle.  Transferred to the USN on 15 March 1942 and commissioned as USS Restless on the same day.  Decommissioned by the USN at Chatham, England on 20 August 1945.  Returned to the RN on 26 August 1945.  Sold into merchantile service in 1947 as Perilock.  Scrapped at Hong Kong in 1953. DMPERSEUS003001  HMS Perseus.  D51.  Aircraft Carrier of the Colossus class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Tyne) : Vickers Armstrong (Barrow).  Ordered	14 Mar 1942.  Laid down 1 Jun 1942.  Launched 26 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 19 Oct 1945. Stricken in 1957 and broken up commencing 6 May 1958 at Port Glasgow. DMPERSEUS004001  HMS Perseus.  D51.  Aircraft Carrier of the Colossus class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Tyne) : Vickers Armstrong (Barrow).  Ordered	14 Mar 1942.  Laid down 1 Jun 1942.  Launched 26 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 19 Oct 1945. Stricken in 1957 and broken up commencing 6 May 1958 at Port Glasgow. DMPERSEUS005001  HMS Perseus.  D51.  Aircraft Carrier of the Colossus class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Tyne) : Vickers Armstrong (Barrow).  Ordered	14 Mar 1942.  Laid down 1 Jun 1942.  Launched 26 Mar 1944.  Commissioned 19 Oct 1945. Stricken in 1957 and broken up commencing 6 May 1958 at Port Glasgow.
DMPERSIAN001001  HMS Persian.  J 347.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Feb 1943.  Returned to US Navy Dec 1946. DMPERSIMMON001001  HMS Persimmon.  Infantry Landing Ship.  (LSI).  Built as RML Pampas and converted 1944. Decommissioned after WWII and served on the River Plate service.  Sold 1965 to Panama and renamed 'Amigos Cia Nav'.  Out of register 1968. DMPERTH001001  HMAS Perth.  D29.  Light cruiser of the Perth class.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Dec 1932.  Laid down 22 Jun 1933.  Launched 27 Jul 1934.  Commissioned 29 Jun 1939.  Lost on 1 Mar 1942 when sunk in Sunda Strait, off western Java  by torpedoes and 8" gunfire of Japanese cruiser force. DMPERTH002001  HMAS Perth.  D29.  Light cruiser of the Perth class.  Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 1 Dec 1932.  Laid down 22 Jun 1933.  Launched 27 Jul 1934.  Commissioned 29 Jun 1939.  Lost on 1 Mar 1942 when sunk in Sunda Strait, off western Java  by torpedoes and 8" gunfire of Japanese cruiser force.
DMPETARD001001  HMS Petard.  G56.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.0.  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 26 Dec 1939.  Launched	27 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 5 Jun 1942.  Scrapped at Bo-ness in June 1967. DMPETARD002001  HMS Petard.  G56.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.0.  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 26 Dec 1939.  Launched	27 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 5 Jun 1942.  Scrapped at Bo-ness in June 1967. DMPETARD003001  HMS Petard.  G56.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by	Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.0.  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 26 Dec 1939.  Launched	27 Mar 1941.  Commissioned 5 Jun 1942.  Scrapped at Bo-ness in June 1967. DMPETERHEAD001001  HMS Peterhead.  J59.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by	Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. (Blyth, U.K.).  Laid down 15 Feb 1940.  Launched 31 Oct 1940.  Commissioned 11 Sep 1941. Mined off Normandy on 8 June 1944 and declared a CTL.  Sold 1 January 1948.  Scrapped at Pembroke in May 1948.
DMPETUNIA001001  HMS Petunia.  K79.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 4 Dec 1939.  Launched 19 Sep 1940.  Commissioned 13 Jan 1941.   Sold to the Chinese Navy in January 1946 and renamed Fu Po.  Sunk on 19 March 1947. DMPEVENSEYCASTLE001001  HMS Pevensey Castle.  K449.  Corvette of the Castle class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 23 Jan 1943.  Laid down 21 Jun 1943.  Launched 11 Jan 1944.   Commissioned 10 Jun 1944.  Employed on Air Sea Rescue Duties in the South Atlantic in June 1945.  Reduced to Reserve in Feb 1946 until 1952. Completed a refit at Hull on 12 Aug 1949.  Into Reserve at Chatham then West Hartlepool Sep 1952 to 1954.  Transferred to the Air Ministry in 1960. Converted and renamed Weather monitor 12 in May 61.  Later renamed Admiral Beaufort. DMPHEASANT001001  HMS Pheasant.  U 49.  Modified Black Swan Class Sloop.  Launched Dec 1942.  Scrapped Jan 1963. DMPHILOCTETES001001  HMS Philoctetes.  F34.  Destroyer Depot Ship.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Launched 25 May 1922.  Commissioned 1941.  Scrapped at Newport 21 November 1948.
DMPHOEBE001001  HMS Phoebe.  Pennant No. 43.  Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched March 1939. Damaged by U-161 Oct 1942.  Decommissioned March 1953 and sold for scrap Aug 1956. DMPHOEBE002001  HMS Phoebe.  Pennant No. 43.  Dido Class Light Cruiser.  Launched March 1939. Damaged by U-161 Oct 1942.  Decommissioned March 1953 and sold for scrap Aug 1956. DMPICKLE001001  HMS Pickle.  J 293 / M 293.  Algerine Class Minesweeper.  Launched Aug 1943.  Sold to Ceylon April 1959 and renamed 'Parakrama'. DMPICOTEE001001  HMS Picotee.  K63.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 19 Sep 1939.  Laid down 21 Mar 1940.  Launched 19 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 5 Sep 1940.  Torpedoed and sunk south of Iceland by U-568 during the night of 11 / 12 August 1941 while escorting convoy ONS-4. She was hit by one torpedo and sank almost immediately.
DMPINCHER001001  HMS Pincher.  J294.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 30 Apr 1942.  Laid down 11 Jan 1943.  Launched	19 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 12 Nov 1943.  Scrapped on 7 March 1962. DMPINCHER002001  HMS Pincher.  J294.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 30 Apr 1942.  Laid down 11 Jan 1943.  Launched	19 Aug 1943.  Commissioned 12 Nov 1943.  Scrapped on 7 March 1962. DMPINK001001  HMS Pink.  K137.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Laid down 20 May 1941.  Launched 16 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 2 Jul 1942.  Hit by a gnat torpedo fired by the German submarine U-988 off the Normandy beaches 27 Jun 1944 and declared a Constructive Total Loss.  Scrapped at Llanelly in 1947. DMPINTAIL001001  HMS Pintail.  L21/K21.  Patrol vessel of the Kingfisher class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 6 Apr 1938.  Laid down 23 Aug 1938.  Launched 18 Aug 1939.  Commissioned 28 Nov 1939.  Mined in the Humber estuary on 10 June 1941 28 nautical miles east-south-east of Spurn Point.
DMPIONEER001001  HMS Pioneer.  D76.  Colossus Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched May 1944 as HMS Mars.  Converted to Maintenance Support Ship/Carrier until 1953.  Stricken 1954 and broken up Sept 1954. DMPIQUE001001  HMS Pique.  J23.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Associated Shipbuilders (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Ordered 6 Dec 1941.  Laid down	2 Jun 1942.  Launched 20 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 20 Jun 1943.  Returned to the United States Navy in 1946. DMPLOVER001001  HMS Plover.  M36.  Minelayer of the Plover class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Jul 1936.  Laid down 7 Oct 1936.  Launched 8 Jun 1937.  Commissioned 27 Sep 1937.  Arrived at Inverkeitihng to be scrapped in April 1969. DMPLOVER002001  HMS Plover.  M36.  Minelayer of the Plover class.  Built by William Denny & Brothers (Dumbarton, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Jul 1936.  Laid down 7 Oct 1936.  Launched 8 Jun 1937.  Commissioned 27 Sep 1937.  Arrived at Inverkeitihng to be scrapped in April 1969.
DMPLUCKY001001  HMS Plucky.  J295.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 30 Apr 1942.  Laid down 20 Apr 1943.  Launched	29 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 10 Dec 1943.  Scrapped on 15 March 1962. DMPLUTO001001  HMS Pluto.  J446/M446.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 18 Jan 1944.  Launched 21 Oct 1944.   Commissioned 4 Oct 1945. DMPLUTO002001  HMS Pluto.  J446/M446.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 18 Jan 1944.  Launched 21 Oct 1944.   Commissioned 4 Oct 1945. DMPLUTO003001  HMS Pluto.  J446/M446.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 18 Jan 1944.  Launched 21 Oct 1944.   Commissioned 4 Oct 1945.
DMPLUTO004001  HMS Pluto.  J446/M446.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 18 Jan 1944.  Launched 21 Oct 1944.   Commissioned 4 Oct 1945. DMPLUTO005001  HMS Pluto.  J446/M446.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 18 Jan 1944.  Launched 21 Oct 1944.   Commissioned 4 Oct 1945. DMPLUTO006001  HMS Pluto.  J446/M446.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 18 Jan 1944.  Launched 21 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 4 Oct 1945. DMPLUTO007001  HMS Pluto.  J446/M446.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 18 Jan 1944.  Launched 21 Oct 1944.  Commissioned 4 Oct 1945.
DMPLYM001001  HMS Plym.  K271. Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Smiths Dock Co., Ltd. (South Bank-on-Tees, U.K.).  Ordered 24 Jan 1942.  Laid down 1 Aug 1942.  Launched 4 Feb 1943.  Commissioned 16 May 1943.  Expended (vapourised) on 3 October 1952 in the first British atomic-bomb test at Trimouille Island, Monte Bello, Australia. DMPOLARIS001001  HMS Polaris.  J447/M447.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 15 May 1944.  Launched 13 Dec 1944.  Commissioned 29 Oct 1945.  Scrapped 26 September 1956. DMPOLRUAN001001  HMS Polruan.   J97.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Troon, Scotland).  Ordered 21 Jul 1939.  Laid down 6 Nov 1939.  Launched 18 Jul 1940.  Commissioned 9 May 1941. Decommissioned in early 1950.  Scrapped at Sunderland in June 1950. DMPOLYANTHUS001001  HMS Polyanthus.  K47.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 19 Mar 1940.  Launched 30 Nov 1940.  Commissioned 24 Apr 1941.  Sunk on 21 Sep 1943 by U-952.
DMPOOLE001001  HMS Poole.  J147.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland).  Ordered 20 Dec 1939.  Laid down 25 Jul 1940.  Launched 25 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 8 Nov 1941.  Sold 1 January 1948. DMPOPPY001001  HMS Poppy.  K213.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Alexander Hall & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland).  Ordered 3 Aug 1940.  Laid down 6 Mar 1941.  Launched 20 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 12 May 1942.  Sold in 1946 and became the merchantile Rami.  Hulked in 1956. DMPORCUPINE001001  HMS Porcupine.  G93.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 26 Dec 1939.  Launched 10 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 31 Aug 1942.  Torpedoed on 9 Dec 1942 north east of Oran, Algeria  by the German submarine U-602 and declared a total loss.  Strern section shown here being towed back to UK by Tug HMS Swarthy.  Scrapped at Plymouth on 6 May 1946. DMPORCUPINE002001  HMS Porcupine.  G93.  Destroyer of the P class.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Newcastle-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 20 Oct 1939.  Laid down 26 Dec 1939.  Launched 10 Jun 1941.  Commissioned 31 Aug 1942.  Torpedoed on 9 Dec 1942 north east of Oran, Algeria  by the German submarine U-602 and declared a total loss.  Bow section shown here being towed back to UK by Tug HMS Queens Garth.  Scrapped at Plymouth on 6 May 1946.
DMPORLOCKBAY001001  HMS Porlock Bay.  K650.  Frigate of the Bay class.  Former name HMS Loch Seaforth.  Built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.).  Ordered 27 Dec 1943.  Laid down 22 Nov 1944. Launched	14 Jun 1945.  Commissioned 8 Mar 1946.  Sold to the Finnish Navy on 19 March 1962.  Renamed Matti Kurki. DMPORTARTHUR001001  HMCS Port Arthur.  K233.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Laid down 28 Apr 1941.  Launched 18 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 26 May 1942.  Decommissioned on 11 July 1945.  Sold on 23 October 1945.  Broken up at Hamilton, Ontario, Canada in 1948. DMPORTCHESTERCASTLE001001  HMS Portchester Castle.  K 362 /  F 362.  Castle Class Corvette.  Launched June 1943.  Assisted in sinking of U-484 Sept 1944 in North Atlantic and U-1200 Nov 1944 South of Ireland.  Scrapped May 1958. DMPORTCHESTERCASTLE002001  HMS Portchester Castle.  K 362 /  F 362.  Castle Class Corvette.  Launched June 1943.  Assisted in sinking of U-484 Sept 1944 in North Atlantic and U-1200 Nov 1944 South of Ireland.  Scrapped May 1958.
DMPORTLANDBILL001001  HMS Portland Bill.  F05.  Repair Ship of the Beachy Head class.  Built by Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).  Laid down 1 Feb 1945.  Launched	18 May 1945.  Commissioned 31 Oct 1945.  Sold into civilian service in 1951 and renamed Zinnia. DMPORTSDOWN001001  HMS Portsdown.  T221.  Anti Submarine Warfare Trawler of the Hill class.  Built by Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.).  Ordered	18 Jan 1941.  Laid down 7 May 1941.  Launched 24 Sep 1941.   Commissioned 4 Mar 1942.  Sold out of service on 10 Apr 1946 and renamed Sollum H369. Resold 21 Jan 1949 and renamed Hargood GY8. Resold on 24 Jun 1955 asnd renamed Red Sabre LO71.  Sold for scrap 1964. DMPOZARICA001001  HMS Pozarica.  Anti-Aircraft ship.  Built by Doxford Shipyard (Sunderland, U.K.).  Launched 6 Sep 1937.  Commissioned	3 Jul 1941.  Lost 13 Feb 1943.  Completed in January 1938.  In August 1940 Pozarica was requisitioned by the Royal Navy and converted to Anti-Aircraft ship.  Bombed by Italian aircraft 29 Jan 1943, she was badly damaged but returned to Bougie Roads off Algeria.  Capsized and sank 13 Feb 1943.  Refloated post war and towed to Italy for scrapping May 12951. DMPREMIER001001  HMS Premier.  D23.  Former name USS Estero.   Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 31 Oct 1942.  Launched 22 Mar 1943.  Commissioned 3 Nov 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 2 April 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 21 May 1946. Sold into merchantile service in 1947 being renamed Rhodesia Star.  In 1967 she was renamed Hong Kong Knight.  Scrapped in Taiwan in February 1974.
DMPRESTONIAN001001  HMCS Prestonian.  K662/307.  Frigate of the River class.  Built by	Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd. (Lauzon, Quebec, Canada).  Ordered	1 Feb 1943.  Laid down 20 Jul 1943.  Launched 22 Jun 1944.  Commissioned 13 Sep 1944.  Decommissioned 9 November 1945.  Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 307  22 August 1953.  Decommissioned 24 April 1956. DMPRETORIACASTLE001001  HMS Pretoria Castle.  F61.  Escort Carrier of the Pretoria Castle class.  Built by	Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Launched 12 Oct 1938.  Commissioned 29 Jul 1943.  On 2 Oct, 1939 the passenger ship Pretoria Castle was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to the armed merchant cruiser HMS Pretoria Castle F61.  In Aug 1942 sold to the Admiralty and converted to an escort carrier. Commissioned as escort carrier on 29 July 1943.  On 26 January 1946 she was resold to her owner and reconverted to a passenger ship and renamed Warwick Castle. Scrapped at Barcelona, Spain starting on 26 July 1962. DMPRETORIACASTLE002001  HMS Pretoria Castle.  F61.  Escort Carrier of the Pretoria Castle class.  Built by	Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Launched 12 Oct 1938.  Commissioned 29 Jul 1943.  On 2 Oct, 1939 the passenger ship Pretoria Castle was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to the armed merchant cruiser HMS Pretoria Castle F61.  In Aug 1942 sold to the Admiralty and converted to an escort carrier. Commissioned as escort carrier on 29 July 1943.  On 26 January 1946 she was resold to her owner and reconverted to a passenger ship and renamed Warwick Castle. Scrapped at Barcelona, Spain starting on 26 July 1962.  (Shown here as the Holt Line Passenger Ship Pretoria Castle.) DMPRETORIACASTLE003001  HMS Pretoria Castle.  F61.  Escort Carrier of the Pretoria Castle class.  Built by	Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Launched 12 Oct 1938.  Commissioned 29 Jul 1943.  On 2 Oct, 1939 the passenger ship Pretoria Castle was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to the armed merchant cruiser HMS Pretoria Castle F61.  In Aug 1942 sold to the Admiralty and converted to an escort carrier. Commissioned as escort carrier on 29 July 1943.  On 26 January 1946 she was resold to her owner and reconverted to a passenger ship and renamed Warwick Castle. Scrapped at Barcelona, Spain starting on 26 July 1962.
DMPRIMULA001001  HMS Primula.  K14.   Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 31 Aug 1939.  Laid down 23 Sep 1939.  Launched 22 Jun 1940.  Commissioned 27 Aug 1940.  Sold on 22 July 1946.  Became the merchantile Marylock in 1947.  Scrapped in Hong Kong in 1953. DMPRINCEOFWALES001001  HMS Prince of Wales.  Pennant No 53.  KGV Class Battleship.  Launched March 1939.  Sunk by Japanese aircraft off coast of Malaya 10 Dec 1941. DMPRINCEOFWALES002001  HMS Prince of Wales.  Pennant No 53.  KGV Class Battleship.  Launched March 1939.  Sunk by Japanese aircraft off coast of Malaya 10 Dec 1941. DMPRINCEOFWALES003001  HMS Prince of Wales.  Pennant No 53.  KGV Class Battleship.  Launched March 1939.  Sunk by Japanese aircraft off coast of Malaya 10 Dec 1941.
DMPRINCESSIRIS001001  HMS Princess Iris.  Ex TF1.   Purchased Sept 1940  by Admiralty for conversion to Landing Ship Stern Chute and renamed HMS Iris.  Renamed HMS Princess Iris 1942.  Converterd back to Train Ferry June 1946 and renamed Essex Ferry. DMPRINCESSIRIS002001  HMS Princess Iris.  Ex TF1.   Purchased Sept 1940  by Admiralty for conversion to Landing Ship Stern Chute and renamed HMS Iris.  Renamed HMS Princess Iris 1942.  Converterd back to Train Ferry June 1946 and renamed Essex Ferry. DMPRINSALBERT001001  HMS Prince Albert.  4.35.  Landing Ship Infantry.  Built by Cockerill (Hoboken, Belgium). Launched 23 Apr 1937.  Commissioned 1941.  Completed as passenger ship in 1937.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy on 24 July 1940 and converted to an LSI(S).  Returned in April 1946. DMPROSPECT001001  HMS Prospect.  T282.  Minesweeping Trawler of the Isles class.  Built by Midland Shipyards Ltd. (Midland. Ontario, Canada).  Ordered	8 Aug 1941.  Laid down 12 Mar 1942.  Launched 16 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 4 Nov 1942.  Sold 15 August 1946.
DMPROTECTOR001001  HMS Protector.   T98/A146.  Netlayer of the Protector class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland) .  Ordered 21 Mar 1935.  Laid down 15 Aug 1935.   Launched 20 Aug 1936.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1936.  Became a polar patrol vessel in 1955.  Sold for scrap on 10 July 1970. DMPROTECTOR002001  HMS Protector.   T98/A146.  Netlayer of the Protector class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland) .  Ordered 21 Mar 1935.  Laid down 15 Aug 1935.   Launched 20 Aug 1936.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1936.  Became a polar patrol vessel in 1955.  Sold for scrap on 10 July 1970. DMPROTECTOR003001  HMS Protector.   T98/A146.  Netlayer of the Protector class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland) .  Ordered 21 Mar 1935.  Laid down 15 Aug 1935.   Launched 20 Aug 1936.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1936.  Became a polar patrol vessel in 1955.  Sold for scrap on 10 July 1970. DMPROTECTOR004001  HMS Protector.   T98/A146.  Netlayer of the Protector class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland) .  Ordered 21 Mar 1935.  Laid down 15 Aug 1935.   Launched 20 Aug 1936.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1936.  Became a polar patrol vessel in 1955.  Sold for scrap on 10 July 1970.
DMPROTECTOR005001  HMS Protector.   T98/A146.  Netlayer of the Protector class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland) .  Ordered 21 Mar 1935.  Laid down 15 Aug 1935.   Launched 20 Aug 1936.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1936.  Became a polar patrol vessel in 1955.  Sold for scrap on 10 July 1970. DMPROTECTOR006001  HMS Protector.   T98/A146.  Netlayer of the Protector class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland) .  Ordered 21 Mar 1935.  Laid down 15 Aug 1935.   Launched 20 Aug 1936.  Commissioned 31 Dec 1936.  Became a polar patrol vessel in 1955.  Sold for scrap on 10 July 1970. DMPROVIDENCE001001  HMS Providence.  J325.  Ex HMCS Forrest Hill.   Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Redfern Construction Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered Jul 1942.  Laid down 17 Jul 1943.  Launched 27 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 15 May 1944.  Scrapped 17 May 1958. DMPUFFIN001001  HMS Puffin.  L52/K52.  Kingfisher Class Patrol Vessel.  Launched May 1936.  Assisted in sinking of U-16 in English Channel Oct 1939.  Rammed and sunk German 'Seehund' Mini Submarine off Lowestoft Mar 1945.  Damaged in North Sea Collision and sold for scrap Jan 1947.
DMPUFFIN002001  HMS Puffin.  L52/K52.  Kingfisher Class Patrol Vessel.  Launched May 1936.  Assisted in sinking of U-16 in English Channel Oct 1939.  Rammed and sunk German 'Seehund' Mini Submarine off Lowestoft Mar 1945.  Damaged in North Sea Collision and sold for scrap Jan 1947. DMPUFFIN003001  HMS Puffin.  L52/K52.  Kingfisher Class Patrol Vessel.  Launched May 1936.  Assisted in sinking of U-16 in English Channel Oct 1939.  Rammed and sunk German 'Seehund' Mini Submarine off Lowestoft Mar 1945.  Damaged in North Sea Collision and sold for scrap Jan 1947. DMPUFFIN004001  HMS Puffin.  L52/K52.  Kingfisher Class Patrol Vessel.  Launched May 1936.  Assisted in sinking of U-16 in English Channel Oct 1939.  Rammed and sunk German 'Seehund' Mini Submarine off Lowestoft Mar 1945.  Damaged in North Sea Collision and sold for scrap Jan 1947. DMPUNCHER001001  HMS Puncher.  D 79.  Ameer Class Escort Carrier.  Launched Nov 1943 as USS Willapa.  Transferred under Lend-lease.  Manned by Canadians.  Returned to US Jan 1946.  Sold and renamed several times as 'Muncaster Castle', 'Bardic', Ben Nevis', Scrapped June 1973.
DMPUNCHER002001  HMS Puncher.  D 79.  Ameer Class Escort Carrier.  Launched Nov 1943 as USS Willapa.  Transferred under Lend-lease.  Manned by Canadians.  Returned to US Jan 1946.  Sold and renamed several times as 'Muncaster Castle', 'Bardic', Ben Nevis', Scrapped June 1973. DMPUNJAB001001  HMS Punjabi.  F21/G21.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down1 Oct 1936.  Launched 18 Dec 1937.   Commissioned 29 Mar 1939.  Accidentally rammed during bad visibility on 1 May 1942 by the Battleship HMS Ging George V and cut completely in half. the stern section sinking immediately and the forepart quite slowly allowing most of the crew to be saved. DMPUNJABI001001  HMS Punjabi.  F21/G21.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down1 Oct 1936.  Launched 18 Dec 1937.   Commissioned 29 Mar 1939.  Accidentally rammed during bad visibility on 1 May 1942 by the Battleship HMS Ging George V and cut completely in half. the stern section sinking immediately and the forepart quite slowly allowing most of the crew to be saved. DMPUNJABI002001  HMS Punjabi.  F21/G21.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down1 Oct 1936.  Launched 18 Dec 1937.   Commissioned 29 Mar 1939.  Accidentally rammed during bad visibility on 1 May 1942 by the Battleship HMS Ging George V and cut completely in half. the stern section sinking immediately and the forepart quite slowly allowing most of the crew to be saved.
DMPUNJABI003001  HMS Punjabi.  F21/G21.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down1 Oct 1936.  Launched 18 Dec 1937.   Commissioned 29 Mar 1939.  Accidentally rammed during bad visibility on 1 May 1942 by the Battleship HMS Ging George V and cut completely in half. the stern section sinking immediately and the forepart quite slowly allowing most of the crew to be saved. DMPUNJABI004001  HMS Punjabi.  F21/G21.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down1 Oct 1936.  Launched 18 Dec 1937.   Commissioned 29 Mar 1939.  Accidentally rammed during bad visibility on 1 May 1942 by the Battleship HMS Ging George V and cut completely in half. the stern section sinking immediately and the forepart quite slowly allowing most of the crew to be saved. DMPUNJABI005001  HMS Punjabi.  F21/G21.  Destroyer of the Tribal class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 19 Jun 1936.  Laid down1 Oct 1936.  Launched 18 Dec 1937.   Commissioned 29 Mar 1939.  Accidentally rammed during bad visibility on 1 May 1942 by the Battleship HMS Ging George V and cut completely in half. the stern section sinking immediately and the forepart quite slowly allowing most of the crew to be saved. DMPURSUER001001  HMS Pursuer.  D 73.  Attacker Class Escort Carrier.  Launched July 1942 as USS St George.  Transferred under Lend-lease. Returned to US Feb 1946.  Stricken March 1946. Sold for scrapping May 1946.
DMPYLADES001001  HMS Pylades.  J401.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Savannah Machinery and Foundry Co. (Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1941.  Laid down 30 Jan 1943.  Launched 27 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 24 Nov 1943.  Sunk off Normandy, France on 6 July 1944 by a German midget submarine (Biber). DMPYLADES002001  HMS Pylades.  J401.  Minesweeper of the Auk class.  Built by Savannah Machinery and Foundry Co. (Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A.).  Ordered 2 Dec 1941.  Laid down 30 Jan 1943.  Launched 27 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 24 Nov 1943.  Sunk off Normandy, France on 6 July 1944 by a German midget submarine (Biber). DMPYRRHUS001001  HMS Pyrrhus.  J448.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by	Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 15 Mar 1943.  Laid down 22 Jun 1944.  Launched	19 May 1945.  Commissioned 2 Nov 1945.  Scrapped 8 September 1956. DMPYTCHLEY001001  HMS Pytchley.  L92.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 27 Jul 1939.  Launched 13 Feb 1940.  Commissioned 23 Oct 1940.  Scrapped at llanelly on 1 December 1956.
DMQUADRANT001001  HMS Quadrant.  G11.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 24 Sep 1940.  Launched 28 Feb 1942.  Commissioned 26 Nov 1942.  Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy on 18 October 1945.  Decomissioned into reserve on 16 August 1957.  Sold to Japan and  broken for scrap 15 February 1963. DMQUAIL001001  HMS Quail.  G45.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by	Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 30 Sep 1940.  Launched 1 Jun 1942. Commissioned Jan 1943. Damaged by a mine south of Calabria, Italy on 15 November 1943.  Lost 18 Jun 1944 when she foundered whilst under tow from Bari to Taranto. DMQUAIL002001  HMS Quail.  G45.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by	Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 30 Sep 1940.  Launched 1 Jun 1942. Commissioned Jan 1943. Damaged by a mine south of Calabria, Italy on 15 November 1943.  Lost 18 Jun 1944 when she foundered whilst under tow from Bari to Taranto. DMQUALICUM001001  HMS Qualicum.  J138.  Minesweeper of the Bangor class.  Built by	Dufferin Shipbuilding Co. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered 28 Nov 1940.  Laid down 8 Apr 1941.  Launched 3 Sep 1941.  Commissioned 13 May 1942.  Sold 9 February 1948.
DMQUALITY001001  HMS Quality.  G62.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 10 Oct 1940.  Launched 6 Oct 1941.  Commissioned 7 Sep 1942.  Transferred to the Royal Australian Navy on 8 October 1945.  Commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy on 28 November 1945.  Sold for scrap on 10 April 1958 to Japan DMQUANTOCK001001  HMS Quantock.  L58.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. (Greenock, Scotland).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.  Laid down 26 Jul 1939.  Launched 22 Apr 1940.  Commissioned 6 Feb 1941.  Sold to the Ecuadorian Navy on 18 October 1954 and renamed Presidente Alfaro. DMQUEEN001001  HMS Queen.  D19.  Ameer Class Escort Aircraft Carrier.  Launched Aug 1943 as USS St Andrews.  Transferred to RN under Lend-lease.  Returned to US Oct 1946.  Stricken Jan 1947 and sold into Merchant service and renamed 'Roebiah'.  Renamed 'President Marcos' 1967.  Scrapped 1972. DMQUEENBOROUGH001001  HMS Queenborough.  G70/F02.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 6 Nov 1940.  Launched 16 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 10 Dec 1942.  Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy on 29 Oct 1945.  Decommissioned on 7 April 1972.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 April 1975.
DMQUEENBOROUGH002001  HMS Queenborough.  G70/F02.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 6 Nov 1940.  Launched 16 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 10 Dec 1942.  Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy on 29 Oct 1945.  Decommissioned on 7 April 1972.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 April 1975. DMQUEENBOROUGH003001  HMS Queenborough.  G70/F02.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 6 Nov 1940.  Launched 16 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 10 Dec 1942.  Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy on 29 Oct 1945.  Decommissioned on 7 April 1972.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 April 1975. DMQUEENBOROUGH004001  HMS Queenborough.  G70/F02.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd. (Wallsend-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 6 Nov 1940.  Launched 16 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 10 Dec 1942.  Transferred to Australia and commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy on 29 Oct 1945.  Decommissioned on 7 April 1972.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 April 1975. DMQUEENEAGLE001001  HMS Queen Eagle.  Auxiliary Coastal Anti Aircraft Vessel.  Launched March 1940 and requisitioned while building. Returned to owners Sept 1945.
DMQUEENELIZABETH001001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH002001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH003001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH004001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948.
DMQUEENELIZABETH005001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH006001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH007001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH008001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948.
DMQUEENELIZABETH009001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH010001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH011001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH012001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948.
DMQUEENELIZABETH013001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH014001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH015001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH016001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948.
DMQUEENELIZABETH017001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENELIZABETH018001  HMS Queen Elizabeth.  Pennant No. 00.  Lead Battleship of class.  Launched Oct 1913.  Survived both World Wars.  Rebuilt twice between the wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMQUEENEMMA001001  HMS Queen Emma.  4.180.  Landing Ship Infantry.  Built by Koninklijke Maatschappij De Schelde (Vlissingen (Flushing), The Netherlands).  Laid down 7 May 1938.  Launched 14 Jan 1939.  Commissioned 14 Jan 1941.  Completed as passenger ship Koningin Emma in May 1939.  Requisitioned by the Royal Navy in August 1940 and converted to an LSI(M).  Returned in April 1946. DMQUENTIN001001  HMS Quentin.  G78.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 25 Sep 1940.  Launched	5 Nov 1941.  Commissioned 15 Apr 1942.  Hit by a bomb and sank in 4 minutes whilst being part of Force Q in the Sicilian Narrows on 2 Dec 1942.
DMQUIBERON001001  HMAS Quiberon.  G81.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 14 Oct 1940.  Launched 31 Jan 1942.  Commissioned 6 Jul 1942.   Decommissioned to reserve on 26 June 1964.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 15 Feb1972. DMQUICKMATCH001001  HMAS Quickmatch.  G92.  Destroyer of the Q class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 2 Apr 1940.  Laid down 6 Feb 1941.  Launched 11 Apr 1942.  Commissioned 14 Sep 1942.  In the 1950s, Quickmatch was converted to a fast anti-submarine frigate.  Decommissioned to reserve on 26 April 1963. DMQUORN001001  HMS Quorn.  L66.  Escort destroyer of the Hunt (Type I) class.  Built by J.S. White & Co. (Cowes, U.K.).  Ordered 11 Apr 1939.   Laid down 22 Aug 1939.  Launched 27 Mar 1940.  Commissioned 3 Aug 1940.  Sunk by a a German "Linsen" explosive motorboat or a German "Neger" manned torpedo off the invasion area 3 Aug 1944. DMRACEHORSE001001  HMS Racehorse.  H11.  Destroyer of the R class. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered May 1940.  Laid down 25 Jun 1941.  Launched 1 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 30 Oct 1942.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 December 1949.
DMRACEHORSE002001  HMS Racehorse.  H11.  Destroyer of the R class. Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered May 1940.  Laid down 25 Jun 1941.  Launched 1 Jun 1942.  Commissioned 30 Oct 1942.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 8 December 1949 DMRAIDER001001  HMS Raider.  H15.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Transferred to India 1949 and renamed 'Rana'. DMRAIDER002001  HMS Raider.  H15.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched April 1942.  Transferred to India 1949 and renamed 'Rana'. DMRAJAH001001  HMS Rajah.  D10.  Former name USS Prince.  Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 17 Dec 1942.  Launched 18 May 1943.  Commissioned	17 Jan 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 13 December 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 7 February 1947.  Sold into merchantile service on 7 July 1947 being renamed Drente.  Renamed Lambros in 1966.  Renamed Ulysses in 1969.  Scrapped in Taiwan in June 1975.
DMRAMDAS001001  HMS Ramdas.  Auxiliary Patrol Vessel.  Launched 1936.  Requisitioned 1939 for Coastal work.  Became a Training Ship 1944.  Returned to owners 1946. DMRAMEHEAD001001  HMS Rame Head.  F34/A134.  Victory Class Escort Maintenance Ship converted to Heavy Repair Ship.  Launched Nov 1944. DMRAMEHEAD002001  HMS Rame Head.  F34/A134.  Victory Class Escort Maintenance Ship converted to Heavy Repair Ship.  Launched Nov 1944. DMRAMILLIES001001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948.
DMRAMILLIES002001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES003001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES004001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES005001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948.
DMRAMILLIES006001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES007001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES008001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES009001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948.
DMRAMILLIES010001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES011001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES012001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRAMILLIES013001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948.
DMRAMILLIES014001  HMS Ramillies.  Pennant No.  07.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Sept 1916.  Survived both World Wars.  Decommissioned Aug 1945.  Scrapped April 1948. DMRANEE001001  HMS Ranee.  D03.  Former name USS Niantic.   Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Jan 1943.  Launched 2 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 8 Nov 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 21 November 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 22 January 1947.  Sold into merchantile in 1948 being renamed Friesland.  Renamed Pacific Breeze in 1967.  Scrapped in Taiwan in May 1974. DMRANEE002001  HMS Ranee.  D03.  Former name USS Niantic.   Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Jan 1943.  Launched 2 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 8 Nov 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 21 November 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 22 January 1947.  Sold into merchantile in 1948 being renamed Friesland.  Renamed Pacific Breeze in 1967.  Scrapped in Taiwan in May 1974. DMRANEE003001  HMS Ranee.  D03.  Former name USS Niantic.   Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Jan 1943.  Launched 2 Jun 1943.  Commissioned 8 Nov 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 21 November 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 22 January 1947.  Sold into merchantile in 1948 being renamed Friesland.  Renamed Pacific Breeze in 1967.  Scrapped in Taiwan in May 1974.
DMRANPURA001001  HMS Ranpura.  F93.  Armed Merchant Cruiser.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Launched 13 Sep 1924.  Commissioned 30 Nov 1939.  On 6 September 1939 the passenger ship Ranpura was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to an armed merchant cruiser. Conversion was completed on 30 November 1939.  In May 1943 sold to the Admiralty and converted to a repair ship. DMRANPURA002001  HMS Ranpura.  F93.  Armed Merchant Cruiser.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Launched 13 Sep 1924.  Commissioned 30 Nov 1939.  On 6 September 1939 the passenger ship Ranpura was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to an armed merchant cruiser. Conversion was completed on 30 November 1939.  In May 1943 sold to the Admiralty and converted to a repair ship. DMRANPURA003001  HMS Ranpura.  F93.  Armed Merchant Cruiser.  Built by Hawthorn Leslie & Co. (Hebburn-on-Tyne, U.K.).  Launched 13 Sep 1924.  Commissioned 30 Nov 1939.  On 6 September 1939 the passenger ship Ranpura was requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to an armed merchant cruiser. Conversion was completed on 30 November 1939.  In May 1943 sold to the Admiralty and converted to a repair ship. DMRANUNCULUS001001  HMS Ranunculus.  K117.  Corvette of the Flower class.  Built by William Simons & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered 25 Jul 1939.  Laid down 19 Jul 1940.  Launched 25 Jun 1941.  Transferred to the free French Navy upon completion on 28 July 1941.  Returned to the Royal Navy in 1947 and sold to Salvesen in 1947.  Towed to Brugge, Belgium for scrapping 9 Jan 1967.
DMRAPID001001  HMS Rapid.  H32/F138.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942.  Raced against HMS Cvalier for title fo fastest ship in fleet and lost by a short head.  Disposed of 1979. DMRAPID002001  HMS Rapid.  H32/F138.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942.  Raced against HMS Cvalier for title fo fastest ship in fleet and lost by a short head.  Disposed of 1979. DMRAPID003001  HMS Rapid.  H32/F138.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942.  Raced against HMS Cvalier for title fo fastest ship in fleet and lost by a short head.  Disposed of 1979. DMRAPID004001  HMS Rapid.  H32F138.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942.  Raced against HMS Cvalier for title fo fastest ship in fleet and lost by a short head.  Disposed of 1979.
DMRAPID005001  HMS Rapid.  H32/F138.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942.  Raced against HMS Cvalier for title fo fastest ship in fleet and lost by a short head.  Disposed of 1979. DMRAPID006001  HMS Rapid.  H32/F138.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942.  Raced against HMS Cvalier for title fo fastest ship in fleet and lost by a short head.  Disposed of 1979. DMRAPID007001  HMS Rapid.  H32/F138.  'R' Class Destroyer.  Launched July 1942.  Raced against HMS Cvalier for title fo fastest ship in fleet and lost by a short head.  Disposed of 1979. DMRATTLESNAKE001001  HMS Rattlesnake.  J297.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. (Renfrew, Scotland).  Ordered	1 Jan 1942.  Laid down 5 Jun 1942.  Launched 23 Feb 1943.  Commissioned	23 Jun 1943.  Scrapped in October 1959.
DMRAVAGER001001  HMS Ravager.  D70.  Escort Carrier of the Attacker class.  Built by	Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 11 Apr 1942.  Launched 16 Jul 1942.  Commissioned	25 Apr 1943.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 26 February 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 12 April 1946.  Sold into merchantile service being renamed Robin Trent in 1946. Renamed Trent in 1971.  Scrapped at Kaohsiung, Taiwan in 1973. DMREADING001001  HMS Reading.  G71.  Former name USS Bailey.  Destroyer of the Town class.  Built by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., (Squantum, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Laid down 3 Jun 1918.  Launched 5 Feb 1919.  Commissioned 26 Nov 1940.  Decommissioned and sold for scrap on 24 Jul, 1945. DMREADY001001  HMS Ready.  J223.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 15 Nov 1940.  Laid down 14 Apr 1942.  Launched	11 Jan 1943.  Commissioned 21 May 1943.  Sold to the Belgian Navy on 4 July 1951 and renamed J.E. van Haverbeke.  Scrapped at Brugge, Belgium. DMREAPER001001  HMS Reaper.  D82.  Escort Carrier of the Ameer class.  Built by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.).  Laid down 5 Jun 1943.  Launched 22 Nov 1943.  Commissioned	21 Feb 1944.  Transferred to the Royal Navy under lend-lease.  Returned to the United States Navy on 20 May 1946.  Stricken by the United States Navy on 2 July 1946.  Sold into merchantile service being renamed South Africa Star.  Scrapped in Japan in May 1967.
DMRECRUIT001001  HMS Recruit.  J298.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  Ordered 30 Apr 1942.  Laid down 20 Apr 1943.  Launched	26 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 14 Jan 1944.  Operated in the Red Sea during 1947-1948.  Scrapped in September 1965. DMREDMILL001001  HMS Redmill.  K554.  Frigate of the Captain class.  Built by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.).  Ordered 10 Jan 1942.  Laid down 14 Jul 1943.  Launched 2 Oct 1943.  Commissioned 30 Nov 1943.  Torpedoed by the German submarine U-1105 west of Ireland and towed to Lisahally and declared a total loss. Returned to the US Navy on 20 January 1947 and scrapped. DMREDOUBT001001  HMS Redoubt.  H41/D141.  Destroyer of the R class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered May 1940.  Laid down 19 Jun 1941.  Launched 2 May 1942.  Commissioned	1 Oct 1942.  Transferred to India in 1949 being renamed Ranjit. D141. DMREDOUBT002001  HMS Redoubt.  H41/D141.  Destroyer of the R class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered May 1940.  Laid down 19 Jun 1941.  Launched 2 May 1942.  Commissioned	1 Oct 1942.  Transferred to India in 1949 being renamed Ranjit. D141.
DMREDPOLE001001  HMS Redpole.  U69/F69.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 27 Mar 1941.  Laid down 18 May 1942.  Launched 25 Feb 1943.   Commissioned 24 Jun 1943.  Scrapped 20 November 1960. DMREDPOLE002001  HMS Redpole.  U69/F69.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 27 Mar 1941.  Laid down 18 May 1942.  Launched 25 Feb 1943.   Commissioned 24 Jun 1943.  Scrapped 20 November 1960. DMREDPOLE003001  HMS Redpole.  U69/F69.  Sloop of the Modified Black Swan class.  Built by Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland).  Ordered 27 Mar 1941.  Laid down 18 May 1942.  Launched 25 Feb 1943.   Commissioned 24 Jun 1943.  Scrapped 20 November 1960. DMREDSHANK001001  HMS Redshank.  M31.  Ex HMS Turbot.  Minelayer of the Fish class.  Built by Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.).  Ordered 17 Dec 1941.  Laid down	18 May 1942.  Launched 28 Aug 1942.  Commissioned 10 Jan 1943.  Arrived at Sunderland for scrapping on 9 May 1957.
DMREDSTART001001  HMS Redstart.  M62.  Minelayer of the Linnet class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Mar 1937.  Laid down Sep 1937.  Launched 3 May 1938.  Commissioned 1 Nov 1938.  Scuttled at Hong Kong on 19 December 1941 to prevent her capture by the Japanese. DMREDSTART002001  HMS Redstart.  M62.  Minelayer of the Linnet class.  Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.).  Ordered 22 Mar 1937.  Laid down Sep 1937.  Launched 3 May 1938.  Commissioned 1 Nov 1938.  Scuttled at Hong Kong on 19 December 1941 to prevent her capture by the Japanese. DMREDWING001001  HMS Redwing.  Naval Tender.  Launched 1933.  Sold 1957.  Broken up in 1965. DMREGULUS001001  HMS Regulus.  J327.  Former name HMCS Longbranch.  Minesweeper of the Algerine class.  Built by Toronto Shipbuilding Ltd. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).  Ordered Jul 1942.  Laid down 15 Apr 1943.  Launched 18 Sep 1943.  Commissioned 20 May 1944.  Mined off Corfu on 12 January 1945.
DMRELENTLESS001001  HMS Relentless.  H85.  Destroyer of the R class.  Built by John Brown Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. (Clydebank, Scotland).  Ordered May 1940.  Laid down 20 Jun 1941.  Launched 15 Jul 1942.  Commissioned 30 Nov 1942.  Reconstructed as Type 15 frigate during 1949-1951.  Scrapped in 1971. DMRENOWN001001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN002001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN003001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948.
DMRENOWN004001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN005001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN006001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN007001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948.
DMRENOWN008001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN009001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN010001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN011001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948.
DMRENOWN012001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN013001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN014001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948. DMRENOWN015001  HMS Renown.  Pennant No. 72.  Lead Battlecruiser of Class.  Launched March 1916.  Served the last 2 years of  WWI and all through WWII.  Sold for scrap March 1948.
DMREPULSE001001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE002001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE003001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE004001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941.
DMREPULSE005001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE006001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE007001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE008001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941.
DMREPULSE009001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE010001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE011001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMREPULSE012001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941.
DMREPULSE013001  HMS Repulse.  Pennant No. 34.  Renown Class Battlecruiser.  Launched Jan 1916.  Saw service in last 2 years of WWI and beginning of WWII. Sunk by Japanese aircraft off Malaya Dec 1941. DMRESOLUTION001001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION002001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION003001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958.
DMRESOLUTION004001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION005001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION006001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION007001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958.
DMRESOLUTION008001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION009001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION010001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION011001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958.
DMRESOLUTION012001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION013001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOLUTION014001  HMS Resolution.  Pennant No. 09.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched Jan 1915.  Served in both World Wars.  Sold for scrap May 1958. DMRESOURCE001001  HMS Resource.  F79.  Repair Ship.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down Aug 1927.  Launched 27 Nov 1928.  Served with the Mediterranean Fleet in 1939-1944 except a brief spell at Freetown in 1940. Went to the Eastern Fleet in 1944. Scrapped at Inverkeithing in February 1954.
DMRESOURCE002001  HMS Resource.  F79.  Repair Ship.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down Aug 1927.  Launched 27 Nov 1928.  Served with the Mediterranean Fleet in 1939-1944 except a brief spell at Freetown in 1940. Went to the Eastern Fleet in 1944. Scrapped at Inverkeithing in February 1954. DMRESOURCE003001  HMS Resource.  F79.  Repair Ship.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down Aug 1927.  Launched 27 Nov 1928.  Served with the Mediterranean Fleet in 1939-1944 except a brief spell at Freetown in 1940. Went to the Eastern Fleet in 1944. Scrapped at Inverkeithing in February 1954. DMRESOURCE004001  HMS Resource.  F79.  Repair Ship.  Built by Vickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.).  Laid down Aug 1927.  Launched 27 Nov 1928.  Served with the Mediterranean Fleet in 1939-1944 except a brief spell at Freetown in 1940. Went to the Eastern Fleet in 1944. Scrapped at Inverkeithing in February 1954. DMRESTIGOUCHE001001  HMCS Restigouche.  H00.  Ex HMS Comet.  Destroyer of the C class.   Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down 12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.   Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Decommissioned on 6 October 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 9 November 1945.
DMRESTIGOUCHE002001  HMCS Restigouche.  H00.  Ex HMS Comet.  Destroyer of the C class.   Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down 12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.   Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Decommissioned on 6 October 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 9 November 1945. DMRESTIGOUCHE003001  HMCS Restigouche.  H00.  Ex HMS Comet.  Destroyer of the C class.   Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down 12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.   Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Decommissioned on 6 October 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 9 November 1945. DMRESTIGOUCHE004001  HMCS Restigouche.  H00.  Ex HMS Comet.  Destroyer of the C class.   Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down 12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.   Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Decommissioned on 6 October 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 9 November 1945. DMRESTIGOUCHE005001  HMCS Restigouche.  H00.  Ex HMS Comet.  Destroyer of the C class.   Built by Portsmouth Dockyard (Portsmouth, U.K.).  Ordered 13 Feb 1930.  Laid down 12 Sep 1930.  Launched 30 Sep 1931.   Commissioned 15 Jun 1938.  Decommissioned on 6 October 1945.  Sold to be broken up for scrap on 9 November 1945.
DMREVENGE001001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948. DMREVENGE002001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948. DMREVENGE003001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948. DMREVENGE004001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948.
DMREVENGE005001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948. DMREVENGE006001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948. DMREVENGE007001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948. DMREVENGE008001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948.
DMREVENGE009001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948. DMREVENGE010001  HMS Revenge.  Pennant No. 06.  Royal Sovereign Class Battleship.  Launched May 1915.  Survived both World Wars.  Sold for scrap Sept 1948.