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Dumb barges CELT, COOLIE, COSSACK, DERVISH, MAORI, MATABELE, ODESSA, PARTISAN, PHILISTINE, REDRESS, RESPITE, REVENGE, VALENCIA, sunk for boom defence purposes, believed in 1942 Small craft MATCHLOCK (70t), sunk by mine at Canton, China, date unknown January 1942 January - Harbour duty vessel NYKEN (R, 111t), damaged, W Scotland area, constructive total loss January 2 - Tug DAISY (R), foundered on passage, Alexandria to Tobruk, Libya January 4 - Yacht SONA (519t, 1922), sunk by aircraft during attack on Poole, Dorset, S England January 9 - Destroyer VIMIERA (1,090t, 1917), sunk by mine, Thames Estuary January 16 - Motor launch KELANA (R, 88t), sunk by aircraft, Malaya. January 16 - Trawler IRVANA (R, 276t, 1917), sunk by aircraft off Yarmouth, Norfolk January 17 - Destroyer GURKHA (ex-LARNE, 1,920t, 18/2/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, E Mediterranean January 17 - Destroyer MATABELE (1,870t, 25/1/39), sunk by U-boat torpedo, Barent's Sea, Arctic January 17 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.47 (33t, 8/7/41), sunk in action with surface craft off Gris Nez, NE France. January 17 - Tanker/oiler NYHOLT (R, 8,087t, 1931), sunk by U-boat, West Atlantic January 18 - Trawler ERIN (R, 394t, 1933), explosion, Gibraltar harbour January 18 - Trawler HONJO (R, 308t, 1928), explosion, Gibraltar harbour January 20 - Submarine TRIUMPH (1,090t, 2/5/39), lost, possibly mined, Aegean Sea. Formally Paid Off January 21 - Collier ZANNIS L CAMBANIS (R, 5,317t, 1920), mined off Singapore January 22 - Armed trader LARUT (R, 894t, 1927), sunk by aircraft off E coast of Sumatra January 22 - Armed trader RAUB (R, 1,161t, 1926), sunk by aircraft off E coast of Sumatra January 22 - Trawler ROSEMONDE (R, 364t, 1910), probably torpedoed by U-boat, Atlantic. January 27 - Destroyer THANET (1,000t, 1919), sunk in action with Japanese surface craft, off Malaya January 29 - Whaler SOTRA (R, 313t, 1925), sunk by aircraft off Bardia, Libya January 30 - Trawler LOCH ALSH (R, 358t, 1926), sunk by aircraft, Humber Area January 31 Cutter CULVER (1,546t, 1929), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic. January 31 - Destroyer BELMONT (1,190t, 1919), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W Atlantic January 31 - Drifter UNICITY (R, 96 t, 1919), capsized and sank on sweeping duties off Blyth February 1942 February - Auxiliary anti- - Submarine vessel TIEN KWANG (R, 787t, 1925), lost or destroyed to falling into enemy hands, Singapore Area.

February - Boom defence vessel DOWGATE (290t, 1935), lost or destroyed to prevent falling into Japanese hands at Singapore February - Boom defence vessel LUDGATE (290t, 1935), lost or destroyed to prevent falling into Japanese hands at Singapore February Examination vessel SOLEN (R), presumed lost at Singapore February - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.180-185 (total 6, 8-11t each), lost at Singapore February - Motor launch ML PENGHAMBAT, lost or destroyed to prevent falling into enemy hands at Singapore February - Motor launch ML PENINGAT (R), lost or destroyed to prevent falling into enemy hands at Singapore February - Patrol vessel GIANG BEE (R, 1,646t, 1908), lost or destroyed to prevent falling into enemy hands Singapore area. February - Small craft SHUN AN (R), lost or destroyed to prevent falling into Japanese hands, Singapore February - Tug WO KWANG (R, 350t, 1927), assumed lost at Singapore February 2 - Trawler CAPE SPARTEL (R, 346t, 1929), sunk by aircraft, Humber Area. February 2 - Trawler CLOUGHTON WYKE (R, 324t, 1918), sunk by aircraft, Humber Area February 5 - Corvette ARBUTUS (900t, 12/10/40), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic. February 5 - Small craft BOY PETER, lost by fire February 8 - Corvette ALYSSE (ex- Alyssum, Free French Navy, 950t, 17/6/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W Atlantic February 11 - Armed trader LIPIS (R, 845t, 1927), believed lost by enemy action, off Singapore February 11 - Corvette SPIKENARD (RCN, 900t, 7/4/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic. February 11 - Drifter BOY ROY (R, 20t), cause and place unknown February 12 - Destroyer MAORI (1,870t, 30/11/38), sunk during air raid on Ground Harbour, Malta. Date given as 11th-12th February 13 - Auxiliary anti-submarine vessel SHU KWANG (R, 788t, 1924), sunk by aircraft, Dutch East Indies February 13 - Auxiliary anti-submarine vessel SIANG WO (R, 2,595t, 1926), bombed and beached Dutch East Indies. February 13 - Boom accomodation ship SUI WO (R, 2,672t, 1896), lost or destroyed to prevent falling into Japanese hands at Singapore February 13 - Minesweeper HUA TONG (R, 280t, 1927), sunk by aircraft in Palembang River, Sumatra. February 13 - Motor minesweeper MMS No.180 (226t, 29/1/42), rammed in convoy, sank off Tyne. February 13 - Submarine TEMPEST (1,090t, 6/12/41), sunk by depth-charges, Italian surface craft, Gulf of Taranto. Date approximate February 13 - River gun boat SCORPION (700t, 1938), sunk by gunfire from Japanese surface craft, Banka Straits, after aircraft attack on the 9th February 14 - Armed trader VYNER BROOKE (R, 1,670t, 1928), sunk by aircraft off Banka Straits, Sumatra February 14 - Auxiliary anti-submarine vessel KUALA (R, 954t, 1911), sunk by aircraft, Dutch East Indies.

February 14 - Minelayer KUNG WO (R, 4,636t, 1921), sunk by aircraft bombs near Lingga Archipelago, Singapore area. February 14 - Minesweeper CHANGTEH (R, 244t), sunk by aircraft bombs, Singapore area February 14 - Motor launch ML No.311 (73t, 29/11/41), sunk by Japanese gunfire, Banka Straits, Sumatra. February 14 - River gun boat DRAGONFLY (625t, 1939), sailing from Singapore and sunk by aircraft bombs February 14 - River gun boat GRASSHOPPER (625t, 1939), sailing from Singapore and sunk by aircraft bombs February 14 - Tug PENGAWAL, sunk by aircraft, Durian Straits, Singapore February 14 - Tug ST BREOCK (810t), sunk by aircraft bombs off Sumatra February 14 - Tug ST JUST (810t, 1919), scuttled in Palembang Harbour February 14 - Whaler TRANG (R, 205t, 1912), fired and abandoned, Cooper Channel, Singapore February 15 - Minesweeper KLIAS (R, 207t, 1927), scuttled at Palembang, Sumatra February 15 - Motor launch ML No.169 (73t, 27/11/40), fire and explosion, Gibraltar Harbour. February 15 - Motor launch ML No.310 (73t, 29/11/41), lost in action with surface craft, Tjebia Island. February 15 - Tug VAILLANT (R, 58t), formally paid off February 15 - Tug YIN PING (R, 1914), sunk by gunfire February 15 - Yacht SILVIA (R), constructive total loss February 16 - Motor launch ML No.1062 (40t, 9/42), sunk by gunfire, Banka Straits, Sumatra. February 17 - Minesweeper JARAK (R, 208t), sunk by A/C bombs, Singapore area February 18 - Minesweeper MALACCA (R, 210t, 1927), scuttled in Tjemako river, Sumatra February 18 - Trawler BOTANIC (670t, 1923), sunk by aircraft bombs, North Sea February 18 - Trawler WARLAND (406t), sunk by aircraft bombs, North Sea February 18 - Yacht SURPRISE (1,144t, 1896), caught fire and capsized, Lagos, Nigeria, W Africa February 21 - Tanker/oiler CIRCLE SHELL (R, 8,207t, 1931), sunk by U-boat off Venezuela February 24 - Tanker/oiler FINNANGER (R, 9,551t, 1928), sunk by U-boat, North Atlantic February 25 - Submarine P-38 (540t, 17/10/41), lost, possibly mined, Gulf of Hammamet, Tunisia February 27 - Destroyer ELECTRA (1,375t, 1934), sunk by surface craft, gunfire, Java Sea February 27 - Destroyer JUPITER (1,760t, 25/6/39), sunk by torpedo, Java Sea February 28 - Auxiliary anti-submarine vessel MATA HARI (R, 1,020t, 1915), sunk by aircraft in Sunda Strait, Java Sea. February -03 - Minesweeper FUH WO (R, 953t, 1922), lost by enemy action or destroyed at Singapore February -03 - Minesweeper LI WO (R, 707t,1938), lost by enemy action or destroyed at Singapore

February -03 - Minesweeper SIN AIK LEE (R, 198t, 1928), lost by enemy action or destroyed at Singapore February -03 - Minesweeper TAPAH (R, 208t, 1926), lost by enemy action or destroyed at Singapore March 1942 March - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.51, 53 (total 2, 30-37t), lost in Middle East March - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.57 (8-11t), bombed at Tobruk. March - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.117 (8-11t), lost in Home waters. March - Landing craft tank (MkII) LCT No.155 (450-453t), lost on passage to Gibraltar. March - Special service vessel COLLINGDOC (1,780t, 1925), sunk as blockship March - Whaler JERAM (R, 210t, 1927), presumed lost, Singapore area March 1 - Cruiser EXETER (8,390t, 1931), sunk in action with Japanese surface craft, Java Seas March 1 - Destroyer ENCOUNTER (1,375t, 1934), sunk in action, surface craft, Java Sea March 1 - Motor launch ML No.1063 (40t, 1/42), sunk in action, Tanjong Priok, Java. March 1 - Tanker/oiler WAR SIRDAR (5,518t, 1920), lost on reef, NW Batavia March 1 - Whaler RAHMAN (R, 209t, 1926), lost or destroyed, Batavia March 2 - Destroyer STRONGHOLD (905t, 1919), sunk in action, surface craft, South of Java March 2 - Whaler GEMAS (R, 207t, 1925), scuttled, Tjilatjap, Java March 3 - Minesweeper SCOTT HARLEY (R, 620t, 1913), sunk, probably by surface craft, Indian Ocean March 3 - Tanker/oiler FRANCOL (2,623t, 1917), sunk by gunfire of Japanese surface craft, S of Java March 3 - Base ship ANKING (R, 3,472t, 1925), sunk by gunfire from Japanese surface craft, S of Java, Indian Ocean March 4 - Motor minesweeper MMS No.51 (226t, 29/11/41), scuttled S of Java to prevent capture by Japanese. March 7 - Trawler NORTHERN PRINCESS (R, on loan to USN, 655t, 1936), sunk, cause unknown, W Atlantic March 7 - Tug ST SAMPSOM (R, 451, 1919), foundered in Red Sea March 8 - Trawler NOTTS COUNTY (R, 541t, 1937), sunk by mine or U-boat, S of Iceland. March 8 - Whaler JERANTUT (R, 217t, 1927), scuttled, Palembang, Sumatra March 9 - Whaler SHERA (R, 253t, 1929), capsized in heavy swell and pack ice, Barents Sea, Arctic March 11 - Cruiser NAIAD (5,450t, 24/7/40), sunk by U-boat torpedo, E Mediterranean March 12 - Fleet Air Arm target vessel ST BRIAC (R, 2,312t, 1924), sunk by mine, off Aberdeen, E Scotland March 13 Transport vessel ZOODOCHOS PIGHI (R, 170t), sunk by enemy action, Eastern Mediterranean March 15 - Destroyer VORTIGERN (1,090t, 1918), sunk by E-boat torpedo off Cromer, E England March 17 - Tug ADEPT (700t, March 1942) Grounded, total loss, Hebrides, W Scotland

March 19 - Trawler STELLA CAPELLA (815t, 1937), missing, Iceland area. March 20 - Escort destroyer HEYTHROP (1,050t, 21/6/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, E Mediterranean March 22 - Motor launch ML No.129 (73t, 14/10/40), sunk by aircraft bombs off Algeria. March 24 - Escort destroyer SOUTHWOLD (1,050t, 9/10/41), sunk by mine off Malta March 25 - Drifter VICTORIA I (R), sunk by enemy action March 25 - Whaler SULLA (R, 251t, 1928), sunk, probably by surface craft, Barents Sea, Arctic March 26 - Destroyer JAGUAR (1,760t, 12/9/39), sunk by U-boat torpedo, E Mediterranean March 26 - Destroyer LEGION (1,920t, 19/12/40), sunk by aircraft, Malta Harbour March 26 - Submarine P-39 (540t, 16/11/41), sunk by aircraft bombs, at Malta March 26 - Tanker/oiler SLAVOL (2,623t, 1917), sunk by U-boat torpedo sailing for Tobruk, Libya March 27 Distilling ship STAGHOUND (R, 468t, 1894), sunk by aircraft bombs, Torquay. Subsequently salved March 27 - Tanker/oiler SVENOR (R, 7,616t, 1931), sunk by U-boat, West Atlantic March 28 - Destroyer CAMPBELTOWN (1,090t, 1919), sunk as explosion vessel at St Nazaire March 28 - Motor gun boat MGB No.314 (67t, 26/6/41), damaged in action and sunk by own forces at St. Nazaire March 28 - Motor launch ML No.156 (73t, 18/12/40), damaged in action and sunk by own forces at St. Nazaire March 28 - Motor launch ML No.177 (73t, 12/40), missing, presumed sunk at St Nazaire March 28 - Motor launch ML No.192 (Free French Navy, 73t, I/8/41) French Force), missing, presumed sunk at St Nazaire March 28 - Motor launch ML No.262 (Free French Navy, 73t, 18/6/41), missing, presumed sunk at St Nazaire March 28 - Motor launch ML No.268 (Free French Navy, 73t, 17/7/41), missing, presumed sunk, at St Nazaire, W France March 28 - Motor launch ML No.270 (73t, 26/6/41), damaged in action and sunk by own forces at St. Nazaire March 28 - Motor launch ML No.298 (73t, 21/11/41), missing, presumed sunk, at St Nazaire, W France March 28 - Motor launch ML No.306 (73t, 18/12/41), missing, presumed sunk, at St Nazaire, W France March 28 - Motor launch ML No.446 (73t, 21/11/41), damaged in action and sunk by own forces at St. Nazaire March 28 - Motor launch ML No.457 (73t, 21/11/41), sunk in action, St. Nazaire. March 28 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.74 (33t, 17/12/41), lost after leaving St. Nazaire, W France. Date approximate March 28 - Motor launch ML No.267 (Free French Navy, 73t, 25/7/41), missing, presumed sunk, at St Nazaire, W France March 28 - Motor launch ML No.447 (73t, 8/1/42), sunk in action, St. Nazaire. March 29 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.215 (17t, 6/12/40) Paid off, presumed lost. April 1942

April - Landing craft assault LCA No.211 (11-13.5t), lost in Home waters April - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.38 (30-37t), lost in Mediterranean. Date reported April - Mooring Vessel MOOR (767t, 1919), blown up and sunk by enemy action, Malta April - Tug J.T.A.6 (R), constructive total loss April 1 - Submarine P-36 (540t, 24/9/41), sunk by aircraft during raid on Malta Harbour April 1 - Submarine PANDORA (1,475t, 1930), sunk by aircraft during raid on Malta Harbour April 1 - Trawler SOLOMON (R, 357t, 1923), mined, N of Cromer. April 3 - Armed merchant cruiser HECTOR (R, 11,198t, 1924), bombed and set on fire during Japanese carrier aircraft raid on Colombo. April 4 - Tanker/oiler PLUMLEAF (5,916t, 1917), sunk by aircraft bombs, Malta April 5 - Cruiser CORNWALL (10,000t, 1928), sunk by Japanese dive bombers, Indian Ocean April 5 - Cruiser DORSETSHIRE (9,975t, 1930), sunk by Japanese dive bombers, Indian Ocean April 5 - Destroyer TENEDOS (1,000t, 1919), sunk by aircraft during attack on Colombo April 5 - Minesweeper ABINGDON (710t, 1918), sunk by aircraft bombs during raid on Malta. April 6 - Destroyer HAVOCK (1,340t, 1937) Grounded, total loss, off Kelibia, Tunisia April 6 - Tug WEST COCKER (229t, 1919), sunk by aircraft during raid on Malta April 7 - Tug EMILY (R), sunk by aircraft during raid on Malta April 7 - Tug HELESPONT (690t), sunk by aircraft during raid on Malta. Date given as 6th-7th April 8 - Whaler SVANA (R, 268t, 1930), sunk by aircraft off Alexandria, Egypt April 8 - Whaler THORGRIM (R, 305t, 1936), sunk by aircraft off Alexandria, Egypt April 9 - Aircraft carrier HERMES (10,850t, 1924), sunk by Japanese aircraft off Ceylon April 9 - Corvette HOLLYHOCK (1,010t, 19/11/40), sunk by aircraft bombs, E of Ceylon. April 9 - Destroyer LANCE (1,920t, 13/5/41), sunk by aircraft bombs, at Malta. Subsequently salved April 9 - Destroyer VAMPIRE (on loan to RAN, 1,090t, 1917), sunk by aircraft bombs, E of Ceylon April 10 - Landing craft assault LCA No.166 (11-13.5t), lost in Home waters April 11 - Destroyer KINGSTON (1,760t, 14/9/39), sunk by aircraft bombs, at Malta April 11 - Trawler ST. CATHAN (R, on loan to USN, 565t, 1936), collision off S Carolina, USA April 13 - Trawler CORAL (705t, 1935), sunk by aircraft during raid on Malta April 13 - Trawler LORD SNOWDON (R, 444t, 1934), collision off Falmouth. April 14 - Submarine UPHOLDER (540t, 31/10/40), lost, probably surface craft, depth-charges, off Tripoli, Libya April 18 - Tug ANDROMEDA (R), sunk by aircraft during raid on Malta.

April 21 - Trawler JADE (630t, 1933), sunk by aircraft during raid on Malta April 25 - Boom defence vessel CHORLEY (R, 284t, 1914), foundered off Start Point, Devon April 25 - Degaussing ship DAISY (R, 50t, 1902), lost in heavy weather at Greenock, April 29 - Transport vessel TERPSITHEA (R, 157t, 1919), mined at Famagusta, Cyprus May 1942 May - Special service vessel MARS (R, 1938), reported lost in May, cause and place unknown May 1 - Destroyer PUNJABI (1,870t, 29/3/39), sunk after collision, N Atlantic May 2 - Cruiser EDINBURGH (10,000t, 6/7/39), sunk by destroyer torpedoes, after U-boat damage (30th Apr), Barent's Sea, Arctic May 2 - Special service vessel FREYA I (R, 1934), cause and place unknown May 2 - Submarine JASTRZAB (ex-P-551, on loan to Polish Navy, 800t, 1923), sunk by gunfire, own forces, N Norway, Arctic Ocean, after accidental damage May 2 - Tanker/oiler SANDAR (R, 7,624t, 1928), sunk by U-boat off Tobago, West Indies May 5 - Corvette AURICULA (915t, 5/3/41), mined Courrier Bay, Madagascar. May 5 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.46 (30-37t), capsized and sank, E. Indies. May 5 - Whaler SAMBHUR (R, 223t, 1926), stranded off Colombo, Ceylon May 6 - Motor launch ML No.160 (73t, 27/12/40), sunk by aircraft bombs, Brixham, S Devon. May 6 - Submarine URGE (540t, 12/12/40), lost, possibly mined, E Mediterranean May 6 - Trawler SENATEUR DUHAMEL (R, on loan to USN, 913t, 1927), collision off Wilmington, USA. May 7 - Motor launch ML No.130 (73t, 9/10/40), sunk by gunfire during engagement off Malta May 8 - Submarine OLYMPUS (1,475, 1930), sunk by mine off Grand Harbour, Malta May 11 - Destroyer KIPLING (1,760t, 22/12/39), sunk by aircraft, E Mediterranean May 11 - Destroyer LIVELY (1,920t, 20/7/41), sunk by aircraft, E Mediterranean May 11 - Tug C.308 (154t), sunk by mine off Malta. May 11 - Trawler BEDFORDSHIRE (on loan to USN, 913t, 1935), sunk by U-boat off Cape Lookout, N Carolina, USA. May 12 - Destroyer JACKAL (1,760t, 13/4/39), sunk by aircraft, E Mediterranean May 12 - Trawler BEN ARDNA (R, 226t, 1927), collision, Tyne Area. May 13 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.220 (35t, 30/7/41), sunk in action with E-boat off Ambleteuse, NE France May 15 - Cruiser TRINIDAD (8,000t, 14/10/41), sunk by own forces after damage by torpedo carrying aircraft, Barent's Sea, Arctic May 16 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.338, fire and explosion, Trinidad, West Indies. May 18 - Tanker/oiler BETH (R, 6,852t, 1930), sunk by U-boat off Barbados, West Indies

May 21 - Tanker/oiler MONTENOL (2,646t, 1917), torpedoed by U-boat, North Atlantic, sunk by own forces May 26 - Tanker/oiler ALDERSDALE (8,402t, 1937), sunk, cause unknown, Barents Sea, Arctic (Update: sailing in Russian Convoy PQ17, bombed on 5 July 1942, torpedoed and sunk 7th, all crew rescued by HM Minesweeper Salamander) May 27 - Minesweeper FITZROY (800t, 1919), mined off Yarmouth. May 30 - Tug ST ANGELO (150t, 1935), sunk by mine off Malta. May 31 - Tanker/oiler DINSDALE (8,250t, 11th April 1942), sunk by U-boat torpedo, South Atlantic June 1942 June - Landing craft assault LCA No.138 (11-13.5t), lost in Home waters June - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.84, 90, 93, 119, 122, 135, 137 (total 7, 30-37t each), lost in Middle East. June - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.259 (32t), lost in tow in Mediterranean. June 3 - Whaler COCKER (R, 305t, 1936), sunk by U-boat off Bardia, Libya June 8 - Drifter CATHERINE (R, 78t, 1914), foundered, Scapa Flow area, Orkneys June 8 - Trawler AGHIOS GEORGIS IV (R, 164t), Mozambique Channel. June 9 - Corvette MIMOSA (Free French Navy, 1,015t, 11/5/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W Atlantic. June 10 - Drifter TRUSTY STAR (96t, 1920), mined, off Malta June 12 - Escort destroyer GROVE (1,050t, 5/2/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, E Mediterranean, June 13 Transport vessel FAROUK (auxiliary schooner, R, 91t), sunk by U-83 in Mediterranean June 15 - Destroyer BEDOUIN (1,870t, 15/3/39), sunk by aircraft, torpedo, Central Mediterranean June 15 - Escort destroyer AIREDALE (1,050t, 8/1/42), sunk by aircraft during attack on convoy, E Mediterranean June 15 - Destroyer HASTY (1,340t, 1936), sunk by U-boat torpedo, E Mediterranean June 15 - Destroyer NESTOR (on loan to RAN, 1,760t, 12/2/41), sunk by aircraft bombs, E Mediterranean June 15 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.201 (38t, 27/11/41), sank in action with surface craft, Dover Straits, English Channel June 15 - Tanker/oiler SLEMDAL (R, 7,374t, 1931), sunk by U-boat, North Atlantic June 15 - Trawler KINGSTON CEYLONITE (on loan to USN, 940t, 1935), mined off Chesapeake Bay, USA June 16 - Cruiser HERMIONE (5,450t, 25/3/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, E Mediterranean June 16 - Destroyer KUJAWIAK (ex OAKLEY, on loan to Polish Navy, 1,050t, 17/6/41), sunk by mine off Malta June 16 - Drifter JUSTIFIED (93t, 1925), mined off Malta June 16 - Trawler TRANQUIL (R, 294t, 1912), collision off Deal. June 17 - Destroyer WILD SWAN (1,120t, 19), sunk by aircraft bombs, Western Approaches

June 18 - Tug VISION, sunk at Mersa Matruh, Egypt June 19 - Steam gun boat No. 7 (135t, 11/3/42), sunk in action with surface craft, English Channel. June 20 - Landing craft assault LCA No.193 (11-13.5t), lost during fall of Tobruk. June 20 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.110, 113, 145, 146, 148 (total 5, 30-37t each), lost during fall of Tobruk June 20 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.64 (8-11t), lost during fall of Tobruk June 20 - Landing craft support (Medium) (MkI) LCS(M) No.4, 6, 15, 18, 19, 22 (total 6, 9-11t each), lost during fall of Tobruk June 20 - Landing craft tank (MkII) LCT No.119, 150 (total 2, 450-453t each), lost at Tobruk. June 20 - Tug ALAISIA (R, 72t, 1929), lost by enemy action, Tobruk, Libya June 20 - Tug J.T.A.1 (R), lost, Tobruk, Libya June 20 - Tug J.T.A.07 (R), lost, Tobruk, Libya June 20 - Tug J.T.A.14 (R), lost, Tobruk, Libya June 21 - Drifter HIGHLAND QUEEN (R), scuttled during fall of Tobruk. Date given as 20th-21st June 21 - Submarine P-514 (530t, 1918), rammed and sunk by own forces, W Atlantic June 21 - Whaler PARKTOWN (R, 250t, 1929), sunk by E-boats off Tobruk, Libya June 23 - Tanker/oiler ANDREA BROVIG (R, 10,173t, 1940), sunk by U-boat, West Indies June 24 - Minesweeper GOSSAMER (815t, 1938), sunk by aircraft bombs, Kola Inlet, N Russia. June 27 - Tanker/oiler LEIV EIRIKSSON (R, 9,952t, 1936), sunk by U-boat, West Indies June 30 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.65 (8-11t), lost in bad weather off Alexandria, Egypt June 30 - Submarine depot ship MEDWAY (14,650t, 1929), sunk by U-boat torpedo off Alexandria, Egypt July 1942 July - Landing craft assault LCA No.196 (11-13.5t), lost by enemy action. July - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.140 (30-37t), lost in Middle East July 5 - Trawler SWORD DANCE (530t, 20/1/41), collision, Moray Firth, E Scotland. July 6 - Minesweeper NIGER (815t, 1936), mined off Iceland July 9 - Boom defence vessel TUNISIAN (R, 238t, 1930), mined, Harwich area July 9 - Trawler MANOR (R, 314t, 1913), sunk during E-boat attack, English Channel. July 10 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.93 (8-11t) destroyed by fire at Shoreham, S England July 12 - Motor minesweeper MMS No.174 (226t, 6/7/42), sunk in aircraft attack, Brixham, Devon. Later salvaged July 15 - Harbour duty vessel CHRYSOLITE (R, 1934), lost, cause and place unknown

July 16 - Special service vessel JOKER (R), lost in tow, in heavy weather July 21 - Motor gun boat MGB No.328 (67t, 13/10/41), lost during attack on enemy convoy, Dover Straits. July 23 - Harbour duty vessel VASSILIKI (R), sunk by U-boat on passage from Beirut to Famagusta July 24 - Motor gun boat MGB No.601 (85t, 9/3/42), sunk by enemy action, Dover Straits. July 25 - Tanker/oiler TANKEXPRESS (R, 10, 95t, 1937), sunk by U-boat off West Africa July 25 - Trawler LAERTES (530t, 9/4/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, Freetown area, W Africa July 27 - Motor gun boat MGB No.501 (19/5/42) Internal explosion off Lands End, Cornwall August 1942 August - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.23-25, 34, 45 (total 5, 30-37t each), lost in Middle East August - Landing craft mechanised (MkIII) LCM No.501, 510, 516 (total 3, 52t each), lost in Middle East. August - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.1008 (9-11t), damaged and sunk in heavy weather in Home waters August - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.1012 (9-11t), sunk in collision in Home waters August 3 - Tanker/oiler HAVSTEN (R, 6,161t, 1930), sunk by U-boat, West Atlantic August 7 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.44 (33t. 1/4/41), sank in action with surface craft, Dover Straits, English Channel August 7 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.237 (38t, 18/6/42), sank after action with surface craft off Barfleur, France. August 9 - Motor launch ML No.301 (73t, 2/12/41), expIosion, Freetown area, W Africa August 9 - Tanker/oiler MALMANGER (R, 7,078t, 1920), sunk by U-boat off West Africa August 11 - Aircraft carrier EAGLE (22,600t, 1924), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W Mediterranean August 11 - Submarine THORN (1,090t, 26/8/41), lost, probably mined, Libya, E Mediterranean. Formally Paid Off August 11 - Tanker/oiler MIRLO (R, 7,455t, 1922), sunk by U-boat, off West Africa August 12 - Cruiser CAIRO (AA ship, 4,200t, 1919), sunk by U-boat torpedo off Bizerta, Tunis August 13 - Cruiser MANCHESTER (9,400t, 1938), sunk by E-boat torpedo off Kelibia Roads, Tunisia August 13 - Destroyer FORESIGHT (1,350t, 1935), sunk by aircraft torpedo, Central Mediterranean August 13 - Drifter INTREPIDE (R), sunk by aircraft off Salcombe, SW England August 13 - Trawler PIERRE DESCELLIERS (R, 153t, 1933), sunk by aircraft bombs off Salcombe, SW England August 18 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.43 (33t, 13/1/41), sunk by surface craft off Gravelines, NE France. August 18 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.218 (35t, 9/6/41), sunk by surface craft and mine, Dover Straits. August 19 - Escort destroyer BERKELEY (1,000t, 6/6/40), sunk by aircraft during operations at Dieppe August 19 - Drifter GOLDEN SUNBEAM (R, 84t, 1920), sunk by collision off Dungeness, English Channel

August 19 - Landing craft assault LCA No.37 52, 92, 94. 97, 102, 192, 209, 214, 215, 237, 247, 251, 262, 284, 314, 317 (total 17, 11-13.5t each), lost in Operation Jubilee, Dieppe Raid August 19 - Landing craft flak (MkII) LCF No.2 (500-540 tons), lost in Operation Jubilee, Dieppe Raid August 19 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.56 (30-37t), lost in Operation Jubilee, Dieppe Raid August 19 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.42, 45, 8I, 157, 164, 174, 210, 212 (total 8, 8-11t each), lost in Operation Jubilee, Dieppe Raid August 19 - Landing craft support (Medium) (MkI) LCS(M) No.9 (9-11t), lost in Operation Jubilee, Dieppe Raid August 19 - Landing craft tank (MkII) LCT No.121, 124, 126, 145, 159 (total 5, 450-453t each), lost in Operation Jubilee, Dieppe Raid August 24 - Motor launch ML No.103 (57t, 28/6/40), mined, Dover Straits, English Channel August 26 - Tanker/oiler THELMA (R, 8,297t, 1937), cause and place unknown August 30 - Tanker/oiler VARDAAS (R, 8,176t, 1931), sunk by U-boat, off Tobago, West Indies September 1942 September - Landing barge No.382 (CC, 200t type), cause and place unknown September - Motor launch ML No.1153 (40t, 18/8/42) destroyed by enemy action en route for Turkey. September 2 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.83 (8-11t), lost by fire at Newhaven, S England September 10 - Tanker/oiler SVEVE (R, 6,313t, 1930), sunk by U-boat, North Atlantic September 11 - Motor gun boat MGB No.335 (67t, 3/10/41) set on fire in action with surface craft, North Sea; seriously damaged. Date given as 10th-11th September 12 - Landing craft vehicle LCV No.597 (10-11t), lost in Home waters. September 14 - Cruiser COVENTRY (AA ship, 4,290t, 1918), sunk by dive bombers, E Mediterranean September 14 - Destroyer SIKH (1,870t, 12/10/38), sunk by gunfire, shore batteries, Tobruk, Libya September 14 - Destroyer ZULU (1, 870t, 6/9/38), sunk by aircraft bombs, E Mediterranean September 14 - Motor launch ML No.352 (73t, 9/6/42), sunk by aircraft, Tobruk, Libya. September 14 - Motor launch ML No.353 (73t, 26/5/42), sunk by aircraft, Tobruk, Libya September 14 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.308 (34t, 31/1/42), probably aircraft attack off Tobruk, Libya September 14 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.310 (38t, 10/2/42), probably aircraft attack off Tobruk, Libya September 14 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.312 (34t, 21/2/42), probably aircraft attack off Tobruk, Libya September 14 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.314 (34t, 2/3/42), probably aircraft attack off Tobruk, Libya September 14 - Naval servicing boat No.9 (on loan to USN, 20t, 12/40), sunk September 15 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.29 (8-11t), lost by fire in Middle East. September 15 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.617 (9-11t), sunk in Home waters

September 17 - Trawler WATERFLY (R, 387t, 1931), sunk by aircraft off Dungeness September 18 - Collier FERNWOOD (R, 1,892t, 1923), sunk by aircraft, Dartmouth. Subsequently salved September 18 - Submarine TALISMAN (1,090t, 29/6/40), lost, in Sicilian Channel. Formally Paid Off September 19 - Landing barge No.332, 362 (total 2, BB 150t type), sunk by aircraft near Salcombe, S England September 19 - Trawler ALOUETTE (R, 520t, 1939), sunk by U-boat torpedo off Portugal. September 19 - Trawler PENTLAND FIRTH (on loan to USN, 900t, 1934), collision off New York, USA September 20 - Minesweeper LEDA (815t, 1938), sunk by U-boat torpedo, Greenland Sea September 21 - Tug ST OLAVES (R, 468t, 1919) Grounded, total loss, off Duncansby Head, NE Scotland September 24 - Destroyer SOMALI (Leader, 1,870t, 7/12/38), sunk in tow, after U-boat torpedo (20th), off Iceland September 24 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.622 (9-11t), sunk in Home waters September 24 - Water carrier KALGAH (R), cause and place unknown September 25 - Landing craft vehicle LCV No.798 (10-11t), lost in Home waters September 26 - Destroyer VETERAN (1,120t, 1919), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic September 30 - Motor gun boat MGB No.18 (30t, 22/5/41), sunk by surface craft gunfire off Terschelling, Holland. October 1942 October - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.31 (30-37t), lost in Home waters. Date reported October 2 - Cruiser CURACOA (AA ship, 4,290t, 1918), lost in collision, NW Approaches October 2 - Dumb barge DARTMOUTH (226t, 1923), sunk as blockship October 2 - Trawler LORD STONEHAVEN (R, 444t, 1934), sank during E-boat attack off Eddystone, English Channel October 3 - Motor gun boat MGB No.78 (33t, 8/6/42), surface craft gunfire off Holland, beached and abandoned. Date given as 2nd-3rd October 6 - Motor gun boat MGB No.76 (33t, 14/5/42), sunk by E-boat, North Sea. October 6 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.29 (34t, 2/6/40), sank after collision when in action with E-boats, North Sea. October 7 - Motor launch ML No.339 (73t, 16/10/41), sunk by surface craft torpedo, North Sea. October 7 - Tug CAROLINE MOLLER (R. 44t, 1919), torpedoed and sunk by E-boats, North Sea October 9 - Harbour duty vessel RUBY (R, 46t, 1902), wrecked in gale, Scapa Flow, Orkneys October 11 - Yacht THALIA (161t, 1904), collision Lymn of Lorne, W Scotland October 13 - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2006 (291-311t), lost in transit from USA October 14 - Landing craft mechanised (MkIII) LCM No.611, 613, 632-634, 636 (total 6, 52t each), lost in Empire Tarpon, off N.W. Scotland. October 16 - Trawler INVERCLYDE (R, 215t, 1914), sank in tow off Beachy Head

October 22 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.89 (30-37t), believed lost in tow en route to Colombo, Ceylon (Shri Lanka) October 24 - Submarine UNIQUE (540t, 27/9/40), lost, cause unknown, W of Gibraltar Straits October 27 - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2281 (291-311t), lost in transit from USA October 28 - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2190, 2192, 2284 (total 3, 291-311t each), lost in transit from USA October 30 - Boom defence vessel PANORAMA (548t, 1919), overdue at Bathurst, W Africa October 31 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.6/VI (1.2t submerged, 8/9/42), lost in attack on Tirpitz (Operation Title), Ofto Fiord, Norway October 31 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.8/VIII (1.2t submerged, 11/9/42), lost in attack on Tirpitz (Operation Title), Ofto Fiord, Norway October 31 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.87 (38t, 12/6/42), mined, North Sea. November 1942 November - Landing craft assault LCA No.35, 55, 128, 135, 153, 167, 169, 176, 187-189, 218, 219, 222, 227, 235, 239, 244, 245, 259-261, 266, 269, 271, 286, 287, 301, 307, 309, 330, 321, 375, 423, 436, 447, 451(total 37, 11-13.5t each), lost in Operation Torch, N Africa. Date approximate November - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.63-65, 69, 72, 73, 190, 147, 153, 161, 169, 186 (total 12, 30-37t each), lost in Operation Torch, N. Africa November - Landing craft mechanised (MkIII) LCM No.518, 520, 528, 539, 543. 551, 555, 556, 558, 564, 567, 569, 571, 572, 574, 581, 584, 590, 592, 593, 595, 596, 606, 609, 624, 635 (total 26, 52t each), lost in Operation Torch, N Africa November - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.138, 507, 543, 544, 550, 560, 562, 565, 566, 568, 573, 575, 576, 759 (total 14, 8-11t each), lost in Operation Torch, N Africa November - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.603, 620, 629, 721, 783, 794, 837, 850, 858, 901,909, 1009, 1029, 1036 (total 14, 9-11t), lost in Operation Torch, N. Africa. Date approximate November - Landing craft support (Medium) (MkI) LCS(M) No.11, 14 (total 2, 9-11t), lost in Operation Torch, N Africa November - Landing craft support (Medium) (MkII) LCS(M) No.28 (12.5t), lost in Operation Torch, N Africa November - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.1187 (291-311t), lost in transit from USA November 3 - Tanker/oiler THORSHAVET (R, 11,015t, 1938), sunk by U-boat, Caribbean Sea November 3 - Tug BAIA (R), lost in tow between Mogadishu and Mombasa November 6 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.209 (8-11t), lost in Seaford Bay, S England November 6 - Motor gun boat MGB No.19 (30t, 28/7/41), bombed and wrecked on slipway. November 8 Cutter HARTLAND (1,546t, 1928), sunk by gunfire, Oran Harbour November 8 Cutter WALNEY (1,546t, 1930), sunk by gunfire, Oran Harbour November 8 - Destroyer BROKE (Leader, 1,480t, 1925), sunk by gunfire, shore batteries, Algiers, Algeria November 9 - Corvette GARDENIA (1,015t, 24/5/40), collision with own forces, off Oran, Algeria November 9 - Minesweeper CROMER (656t, 4/4/41), mined, E Mediterranean

November 10 - Destroyer MARTIN (1,920t, 4/4/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo W Mediterranean November 10 - Sloop IBIS (1,300t, 30/8/41), sunk by aircraft, W Mediterranean November 12 - Auxiliary anti-aircraft ship TYNWALD (3,650t, 1/10/41), mined off Bougie, Algeria. November 12 - Destroyer depot ship HECLA (10,850t, 6/1/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W of Gibraltar Straits November 12 - Landing ship infantry (Large) LSI(L) KARANJA (R, 9,890t, 1931), sunk by aircraft, Bougie, Algeria. November 15 - Escort carrier AVENGER (13,785t deep, 2/3/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W of Gibraltar Straits November 15 - Minesweeper ALGERINE (940t, 23/3/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, Bougie, Algeria. November 18 - Corvette MONTBRETIA (Royal Norwegian Navy, 1,015t, 29/9/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic. November 18 - Drifter WINSOME (R, 46t, 1902), sunk at Fairlie, total loss November 19 - Trawler ULLSWATER (555t, 15/11/39), sunk by E-boat, probably torpedoed, EngIish Channel. November 20 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.139 (30-37t), lost through heavy weather in Middle East. November 20 - Landing craft tank (MkII) LCT No.120 (450-453t), lost in heavy weather. November 21 - Submarine UNBEATEN (540t, 20/11/40), lost, possibly by own forces, Bay of Biscay November 24 - Submarine UTMOST (540t, 17/8/40), lost, probably by surface craft, depth-charges off Cape Marittimo, W of Sicily November 25 - Trawler LEYLAND (857t, 1936), collision, Gibraltar Bay November 29 - Motor launch ML No.242 (73t, 28/5/41) Gutted by fire. November 29 - Trawler BEN ROSSAL (R, 260t, 1929), sank at moorings. Later salvaged December 1942 December - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2054, 2312 (total 2, 291-311t), lost in transit from USA December - Special service vessel SJO (R, 1938), cause and place unknown December 1 - Special service vessel ARTHUR (R), cause and place unknown December 1 - Trawler JASPER (596t, 1932), sunk by E-boat torpedo, English Channel December 2 - Destroyer QUENTIN (1,705t, 15/4/42), sunk by aircraft, torpedo, W Mediterranean December 3 - Escort destroyer PENYLAN (1,050t, 31/ 8/42), sunk by E-boat torpedo, English Channel December 3 - Tanker/oiler BELITA (R, 6,323t, 1933), sunk by U-boat, off Socotra, Arabian Sea December 5 - Trawler BENGALI (880t, 1937), explosion, Lagos, Nigeria December 5 - Trawler CANNA (545t, 7/4/41), explosion, Lagos, Nigeria December 5 - Trawler SPANIARD (880t, 1937), explosion, Lagos, Nigeria December 6 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.98 (30-37t), lost by enemy action in Benghazi area December 9 - Corvette MARIGOLD (1,015t, 28/2/41), sunk by aircraft torpedo, Gibraltar Straits.

December 11 - Escort destroyer BLEAN (1,050t, 23/3/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W of Oran, Algeria December 11 - Ferry service vessel SANDOY (R, 49t, 1940), lost, cause and place unknown, probably Iceland December 11 - Special service vessel ASEL I (R, 10t, 1919), cause and place unknown December 12 - Submarine P-222 (715t, 4/5/42), lost, probably by surface craft, depth-charges, off Naples, W Italy December 12 - Submarine TRAVELLER (1,090t, 10/4/42), lost, probably by depth-charges from Italian torpedo boat Gulf of Taranto. Formally paid off December 13 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.578 (9-11t), lost at Inveraray, W Scotland. December 13 - Landing craft vehicle LCV No.579 (10-11t), lost at Inverary, W Scotland. December 16 - Destroyer FIREDRAKE (1,350t, 1935), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic December 18 - Destroyer PARTRIDGE (1,540t, 22/2/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W Mediterranean December 18 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.30 (34t, 11/7/40), mined, North Sea December 19 - Corvette SNAPDRAGON (955t, 28/10/40), sunk by aircraft bombs, Mediterranean. December 25 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.36 (8-11t), lost by fire at Chittagong, India. Date given as 24th-25th December 26 - Harbour duty vessel BRODRENE (R, 1922), sunk in collision, Hvalfiord, Iceland December 28 - Ballon barrage vessel REIDAR (R, 1915), constructive total loss December 28 - Drifter LEGEND (R), cause and place unknown. Believed Scapa Flow area December 28 - Tug ST ISSEY (810t, 1918), sunk, probably by U-boat off Benghazi, Libya December 30 - Landing craft vehicle LCV No.752, 754 (total 2, 10-11t each), lost in Fidelity, sunk N Atlantic December 30 - Special service vessel FIDELITY (R, 2,456t), probably torpedoed by U-boat, North Atlantic December 31 - Destroyer ACHATES (1,330t, 1930), sunk by surface craft gunfire, when escorting convoy, Barent's Sea, Arctic December 31 - Minesweeper BRAMBLE (815t, 1939), sunk by surface ship gunfire, Barents Sea, Arctic October 13 - Landing craft mechanised (MkIII) LCM No.508, 509, 519, 522, 523, 532, 537, 547, 620 (total 9, 52t each), lost in Southern Empress, torpedoed in convoy, N Atlantic

1943
January 1943 January - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.203-206 (total 4, 8-11t each), lost at Sourabaya, Java (Note: in January 1943?) January - Small miscellaneous craft NAIEM, sunk at Tobruk, Libya January - Special service vessel FEIOY(R), cause and place unknown January 1 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.105 (9t, 8/40) Taken in tow and sunk by own forces January 2 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.15/XV (1.2t submerged, 6/10/42), lost in Operation Principal (Palermo, Sicily)

January 2 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.16/XVI (1.2t submerged, 10/10/42), lost in Operation Principal (Palermo, Sicily) January 2 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.19/XIX (1.2t submerged, 16/10/42), lost in Operation Principal (Palermo, Sicily) January 2 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.22/XXII (1.2t submerged, 29/10/42), lost in Operation Principal (Palermo, Sicily) January 2 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.23/XXIII (1.2t submerged, 23/10/42), lost in Operation Principal (Palermo, Sicily) January 2 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.26 (30-37t), sunk in Mediterranean, off Libya January 3 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.17 (8-11t), lost by fire at Chittagong, India January 4 - Submarine P-48 (540t, 18/6/42), lost, possibly mined, Gulf of Tunis, January 4 - Whaler BODO (R, 351t), mined off E Coast of Scotland January 5 - Landing craft personnel (Medium) LCP (M) No.17 (7t), lost off Isle of Wight January 6 - Landing craft tank (MkII) LCT No.106, 107 (total 2, 450-453t each), sunk in Benghazi harbour as result of heavy weather January 7 - Trawler JURA (545t, 12/6/42), sunk by aircraft or U-boat torpedo, Western Mediterranean January 7 - Trawler HORATIO (545t, 27/1/41), sunk by E-boat torpedo, Western Mediterranean January 8 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.10/X (1.2t submerged, 15/9/42), lost in Operation Principal (Maddalena, Sardinia) January 8 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.18/XVIII (1.2t submerged, 14/10/42), lost in Operation Principal (Maddalena, Sardinia) January 8 - Submarine P-311 (1,090t, 7/8/42), lost, possibly mined, off Maddalena, Sardinia January 8 - Tanker/oiler ALBERT L ELLSWORTH (8,309t, 1937), sunk by U-boat off W Africa. Date approximate January 9 - Tanker/oiler MINISTER WEDEL (R, 6,833t, 1930), sunk by U-boat off W Africa January 12 - Trawler KINGSTON JACINTH (R, 356t, 1929), mined off Portsmouth January 15 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.80 (8-11t) Broke adrift during gale in Home waters January 16 - Boom defence vessel FABIOUS (R, 230t deep), sunk January 17 - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2239, 2267, 2344 (total 3, 291-311t each), lost in Vestfold, torpedoed in convoy, N Atlantic January 19 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.12/XII (1.2t submerged, 30/9/42), lost in Operation Welcome (Tripoli, Libya) January 19 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.13/XIII (1.2t submerged, 30/9/42), lost in Operation Welcome (Tripoli, Libya) January 22 - Collier NEVA (R, 1,456, 1928), presumed sunk by U-boat N Atlantic January 22 - Rescue ship ST SUNNIVA (R, 1,368t, 1931) Marine cause January 22 - Special service vessel GUILDBORG (R), cause and place unknown January 25 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.58 (30-37t), sunk in Mediterranean, off Libya

January 25 - Minelayer CORNCRAKE (700t, 7/12/42), foundered in bad weather, North Atlantic January 30 - Corvette SAMPHIRE (1,015t, 30/6/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, Western Mediterranean February 1943 February 1 - Cruiser minelayer WELSHMAN (2,650t, 25/8/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo off Libya February 2 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.326 (625-649t), lost by weather or mine off Isle of Man. February 3 - Drifter PREMIER (R, 14t, 1918), collided with No 10 Holme Hook Buoy, Humber, E England and sunk February 5 - Trawler STRONSAY (545t, 24/4/42), sunk by explosion, probably mined off Phillipeville, Western Mediterranean February 6 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.80 (30-37t), stranded off Benghazi. Total loss. February 7 - Landing craft infantry (Large) LCI(L) No.162 (380-384t), exploded and sank en route for Algiers. February 7 - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2335 (291-311t), lost in Daghild, torpedoed in convoy, N Atlantic February 7 - Trawler TERVANI (409t, 1930), probably sunk by U-boat off Cape Bougaroni, Algeria February 8 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.61 (30-37t), sunk in Benghazi harbour through heavy weather February 8 - Trawler BREDON (750t, 29/4/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, North Atlantic February 9 - Corvette ERICA (955t, 7/8/40), sunk by mine, NE of Benghazi, Libya February 13 - Auxiliary anti-aircraft ship POZARICA (4,540t, 7/3/41), capsized after aircraft torpedo attack off Bougie, Algeria on 29th January 1943 February 24 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.403 (625-649t), lost through stress of weather off Barra Head, outer Hebrides February 24 - Motor torpedo boat No.262 (32t), formally paid off February 24 - Submarine UREDD (on loan to R Norwegian Navy, 540t, 12/12/41), lost, probably mined, Bodo area, Norway. Date approximate February 24 - Submarine VANDAL (540t, 20/2/43), lost by accident, Firth of Clyde, W Scotland February 25 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.87 (8-11t), lost in Home waters. February 25 - Motor gun boat MGB No.109 (37t, 30/9/42), mined and severely damaged on the 7th. Formally paid off February 27 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.381 (625-649t), missing from convoy after attack by E-boats, English Channel February 27 - Trawler LORD HAILSHAM (891t, 1934), sunk by E-boats, probably torpedoed, English Channel February 27 - Whaler HARSTAD (R, 258t), sunk by E-boat, English Channel February 28 - Motor gun boat MGB No.79 (37t, 24/7/42), sunk in action with surface craft, Hook of Holland area March 1943 March - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.276, 277 (total 2, 8-11t each), lost in transit March - Landing craft support (Medium) (MkI) LCS(M) No.23 (9-13.5t), lost on patrol, Mayu River, Burma

March - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2398 (291-311t), lost in Gorgas March 2 - Drifter UT PROSIM (R, 91t, 1925), sunk by gunfire in Dover Harbour March 4 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.106 (8-11t), wrecked off Tobruk March 4 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.673, 680, 684, 685, 689, 692, 693, 727 (total 8, 9-11t each), lost in Marietta E, sunk by U-boat in convoy, Indian Ocean March 6 - Motor launch ML No.251 (75t, 7/41), rammed and sunk accidentally, Atlantic area March 8 - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2480 (291-311t), lost in Fort Lamy, torpedoed in convoy, N Atlantic March 9 - Tanker/oiler ROSEWOOD (R, 5,989t, 1931)Torpedoed and presumed sunk March 10 - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2341 (291-311t), lost in Bonneville, torpedoed in convoy, N Atlantic. March 10 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.622 (95t, 10/42), sunk by surface craft in attack on convoy off Terschelling, Holland March 10 - Submarine TIGRIS (1,090t, 20/6/40), lost, cause unknown, Gulf of Naples March 11 - Destroyer HARVESTER (1,400t, 25/3/40), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic March 12 - Destroyer LIGHTNING (1,920t, 28/5/41), sunk by E-boat torpedo, Central Mediterranean 1943 March 13 - Submarine THUNDERBOLT (1,090t, 2/11/40), sunk by surface craft, depth-charges, off Cape Milazzo, Sicily March 13 Victualling store ship MORAY (R, 206t, 1918), foundered off Milford Haven, SW Wales March 14 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.631 (Royal Norwegian Navy, 95t, 8/42) Grounded during attack on ships in Norwegian Fiords March 14 - Trawler MORAVIA (R, 306t, 1917), mined, North Sea March 15 - Landing craft vehicle LCV No.584 (10-11t), sunk off Inellan, W Scotland March 16 - Trawler CAMPOBELLO (545t, 21/10/42) Badly damaged at Quebec, Canada. Foundered on passage to UK March 16 - Tug HORSA (700t, 21/2/42) Grounded, total loss, Osfles Rock, E Iceland March 23 - Special service vessel BERGHOLM (R, 50t, 1935), cause and place unknown March 23 - Submarine TURBULENT (1,090t, 2/12/41), lost, probably mined, off Sardinia. Date approximate March 27 - Escort carrier DASHER (13,785t, 2/7/42), sunk, probably due to petrol explosion, South of Cumbrae Island, W Scotland March 30 - Special service vessel BRATTHOLM (R, 50t, 1937), cause and place unknown March 30 - Tanker/oiler HALLANGER (R, 9,551, 1928), sunk by U-boat, W Mediterranean March 31 - Trawler CAULONIA (R, 296t, 1912), ran aground and foundered, Rye Bay, Sussex April 1943 April - Landing craft assault LCA No.272 (11-13t), lost in Mediterranean. April - Motor launch ML No.1157 (40t, 30/12/42), lost in shipment

April - Motor launch ML No.1212 (40t, 30/12/42), lost in shipment April 2 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.63 (35t, 18/2/42), lost in collision off Benghazi, Libya April 2 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.64 (35t, 23/2/42), lost in collision off Benghazi, Libya April 2 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.267 (32t), damaged in heavy weather on passage from Benghazi to Malta, sunk by own forces April 6 - Drifter GOLDEN GIFT (R, 89t, 1910), sunk in collision in Oban Bay, W Scotland April 11 - Destroyer BEVERLEY (1,190t, 1920), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic April 14 - Escort destroyer ESKDALE (on loan to R Norwegian Navy, 1,050t, 31/7/42), sunk by E-boat torpedo off Lizard Head, Cornwall, SW England April 15 - Trawler ADONIS (1,004t, 1915), sunk by E-boat torpedo off Lowestoft. April 16 - Destroyer PAKENHAM (Leader, 1,550t, 4/2/42), sunk by own forces after damage in action with destroyers off Sicily April 16 - Submarine REGENT (1,475t, 1930), sunk by surface craft, Straits of Otranto, SE Italy April 17 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.780, 782 (total 2, 9-11t each), lost in Sembilan, sunk by Uboat, Indian Ocean April 21 - Landing craft infantry (Large) LCI(L) No.7 (380-384t), sunk by aircraft off Algiers. April 21 - Submarine SPLENDID (7157, 8/8/42), scuttled after depth-charge attack, W Coast of Corsica April 22 - Trawler HERRING (590t, 15/4/43), sunk in collision, North Sea April 24 - Submarine SAHIB (715t, 13/5/42), scuttled after depth-charge attack off Cape Milazzo Sicily April 25 - Landing craft gun (Large) (MkIII) LCG(L) No.15 (627t), lost off Milford Haven, SW Wales, in heavy weather. April 25 - Landing craft support (Medium) (MkI) LCS(M) No.17 (9-13.5t), sunk by enemy action, Mayu River, Burma April 26 - Drifter THORA (R, 37t, 1930), fouled boom in bad weather, Grimsby, England April 26 - Landing craft gun (Large) (MkIII) LCG(L) No.16 (627t), lost off Milford Haven, SW Wales, in heavy weather. April 28 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.639 (95t, 22/1/43), sunk by aircraft, Central Mediterranean May 1943 May - Dumb barge NELL JESS (96t, 1902), wrecked, English Channel May 2 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.311 (34t, 17/2/42), mined, Central Mediterranean May 8 - Trawler DANEMAN (1050t, 1937), believed to have struck submerged ice. Abandoned after being taken in tow, N Atlantic May 9 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.61 (35t, 9/1/42), lost, stranded in attack on motor barges, off Kelibia, Tunisia May 10 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.264 (32t), mined off Sousse, Tunisia May 11 - Motor launch ML No.133 (75t, 12/12/40), lost by fire and explosion, W Scotland May 12 - Motor minesweeper MMS No.89 (240t, 5/1/42), mined off Bizerta, Tunisia

May 13 - Water boat ISBJORN (R), sunk May 14 - Motor launch ML No.1154 (40t, 30/1/43), mined at Bizerta, Tunisia May 22 - Landing craft vehicle LCV No.825 (10-11t), blew up during exercise off W Scotland. Date given as 21st-22nd May 26 - Trawler HONG LAM (R, 104t), foundered off Adam's Bridge, between India and Ceylon. Formally paid off May 29 - Motor gun boat MGB No.110 (37t, 14/11/42), sunk in action with surface craft in Dunkirk area May 30 - Submarine UNTAMED (540t, 14/4/43) Failed to surface during exercises off Campbeltown, Scotland. Raised and renamed Vitality June 1943 June - Landing craft assault LCA No.222, 312 (total 2, 11-13t each), lost in Mediterranean. Date reported June - Landing craft assault LCA No.78 (11-13t), lost in tow from Algiers to Djedjelli. Date reported June - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.769 (9-11t), lost in Mediterranean. Date reported June 6 - Yacht SARGASSO (R, 223t, 1926), mined off Isle of Wight, England June 8 - Special service vessel DAH PU (R, 1,974t, 1922), torpedoed by U-boat, Muscat Harbour, E coast of Arabia June 12 - Landing craft flak (MkIII) LCF No.13 (550t), bombed off Pantellaria, Central Mediterranean. Total wreck. June 14 - Motor gun boat MGB No.648 (90t, 1/43), sunk by aircraft, Pantellaria, Central Mediterrranean June 18 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.358 (625-649t), lost in Mediterranean. June 18 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.395 (625-649t), mined and grounded in Mediterranean June 26 - Motor gun boat MGB No.644 (90t, 12/42), mined between Marsala and Mazzara, Sicily, sunk by own forces July 1943 July 3 - Landing ship tank (Class II) LST No.429 (2,750t, 21/2/43), lost by fire, Mediterranean. July 8 - Landing craft tank (MkIV) LCT No.547 (611-640t), foundered off Malta. July 15 - Motor gun boat MGB No.641 (90t, 29/12/42), sunk by shore battery gunfire from Italian mainland, Straits of Messina. Date given as 14th-15th July 17 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.316 (34t, 12/3/42), torpedoed by Italian cruiser off Reggio, S Italy July 22 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.288 (40t, 26/3/43), sunk by aircraft, Augusta, Sicily. Date given as 21st-22nd July 27 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.353 (625-649t), sunk by aircraft at Syracuse, Sicily August 1943 August - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.126 (8-11t) Burnt out. August 2 - Tanker/oiler ALCIDES (R, 7,634t, 1930), sunk by Japanese Raider, Indian Ocean. Date approximate August 4 - Tanker/oiler THORSHOVDI (R, 9,944t, 1937) War cause August 5 - Trawler RED GAUNTLET (R, 338t, 1930), sunk by E-boats, North Sea

August 8 - Motor gun boat MGB No.64 (28t, 11/2/41), foundered on patrol in heavy weather between England and Ostend. Subsequently salved August 9 - Tug CORY BROS (R, 38t), constructive, total loss August 11 - Submarine PARTHIAN (1,475t, 1931), lost, possibly mined, S Adriatic August 14 - Drifter NORNES (R, 1902), cause and place unknown August 15 - Landing ship tank (Class II) LST No.414 (2,750t, 20/1/43), torpedoed by aircraft, off Cani Rocks, Tunisia. Beached off Bizerta August 15 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.665 (95t, 5/43), sunk by shore battery gunfire, Messina, Sicily August 18 - Submarine SARACEN (715t, 27/6/42), sunk by surface craft, depth-charges, off Bastia, Corsica August 27 Sloop EGRET (1,250t, 1938), sunk by aircraft glider bomb off NW Spain in Atlantic Ocean August 29 - Landing craft assault LCA No.446 (11-13t), lost in heavy weather in Mediterranean. August 29 - Landing craft support (Medium) (MkI) LCS(M) No.16 (9-13.5t), lost in India September 1943 September - Landing craft support (Large) (MkI) LCS(L) No.201 (23t), lost in collision, English Channel September 2 - Landing craft infantry (Large) LCI(L) No.107 (380-384t), wrecked off Reggio, Italy September 4 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.325 (8-11t), sunk at Bombay September 5 - Motor launch ML No.108 (66t, 4/7/40), mined, English Channel September 6 - Destroyer PUCKERIDGE (1,550t, 30/7/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W Mediterranean September 8 - Landing craft tank (MkIV) LCT No.624 (611-640t), formally paid off September 8 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.77 (38t, 28/5/42), sunk by aircraft off Vibo Valencia, SW Italy September 9 - Drifter NOSS HEAD (22t net), cause and place unknown: NOSS HEAD, Campbeltown-registered CN144 from Carradale, Argyllshire. Lost at Freetown, Sierra Leone - tank engine being lowered into the hold, strop snapped and engine smashed through the wooden hull (Finlay Oman in email dated 29 March 2004 - loss described by his father, vessel was owned by his grandfather) September 9 - Submarine, midget/Welman craft No.10 (2.4t submerged, 12/5/43), lost by accident during exercises September 9 - Landing craft tank (MkIV) LCT No.572, 626 (total 2, 611-640t), lost in Mediterranean September 10 - Cruiser minelayer ABDIEL (2,650t, 15/4/41), sunk by mine in Taranto Bay, S Italy September 11 - Drifter ROSA (R, 83t, 1908), cause and place unknown September 12 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.879 (9-11t), wrecked at Bombay September 12 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.316 (8-11t), sunk at Bombay September 16 - Drifter NISR (R), cause and place unknown September 17 - Submarine, midget/X-Craft X-08 (29.8t submerged, 21/1/43), lost in attack on Tirpitz, Kaa Fiord, Alten Fiord, Norway

September 19 - BYMS minesweeper BYMS No.2019 (290t, 15/8/42), mined and beached off Cotrone, Italy September 20 - Corvette POLYANTHUS (1,015t, 23/4/41), sunk by U-boat torpedo, North Atlantic September 21 - Trawler ZEE MEEUW (R), sunk in collision, Gravesend Reach, Thames, SE England September 22 - Drifter BRAE FLETT (R, 54t Net, 1902), cause and place unknown September 22 - Drifter OCEAN RETRIEVER (R, 95t, 1912), mined, Thames Estuary, SE England September 22 - Submarine, midget/X-Craft X-05 (29.8t submerged, 29/12/42), lost in attack on Tirpitz, Kaa Fiord, Alten Fiord, Norway September 22 - Submarine, midget/X-Craft X-06 (29.8t submerged, 21/1/43), lost in attack on Tirpitz, Kaa Fiord, Alten Fiord, Norway September 22 - Submarine, midget/X-Craft X-07 (29.8t submerged, 14/1/43), lost in attack on Tirpitz, Kaa Fiord, Alten Fiord, Norway September 23 - Drifter GOLDEN EFFORT (R, 86t, 1914), sunk, cause unknown, off Greenock, Scotland September 23 - Frigate ITCHEN (1,325t, 28/12/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, North Atlantic September 23 - Special service vessel EVANGIELISTRIA (Chios 345, R), sunk by enemy action September 24 - Landing craft assault LCA No.675 (11-13t), lost during gale at Salerno September 24 - Motor minesweeper MMS No.70 (240t, 18/5/42), believed mined in Gulf of Taranto, Italy September 25 - Trawler DONNA NOOK (R, 307t, 1916), sunk in collision, North Sea September 25 - Trawler FRANC TIREUR (R, 314t, 1916), sunk by E-boat off Harwich, E England September 27 - Destroyer INTREPID (1,370t, 1937), sunk by aircraft, in Leros harbour, Dodecanese September 28 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.1019 (9-11t), sunk during heavy weather in Salerno Bay, Italy September 30 - Landing craft tank (MkV) LCT No.2231 (291-311t), lost in LST-79, Sunk off Corsica September 30 - Landing ship tank (Class II) LST No.79 (2,750t, 17/7/43), sunk by aircraft, off Corsica. October 1943 October - Landing craft emergency repair LCER No.1, 9 (total 2, 10t each), lost in Mediterranean October - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.232 (30-37t), lost in Mediterranean. Date approximate October - Landing craft mechanised (MkIII) LCM No.545, 938, 1044 (total 3, 52t), lost in Mediterranean. Date approximate October - Landing craft mechanised (MkIII) LCM No.1165,1182 (total 2, 52t), lost in Home waters. Date approximate. October - Motor launch ML No.1015 (40t, 24/2/41), lost in heavy weather, Eastern Mediterranean October 1 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.391 (625-649t), formally paid off. Date approximate October 1 - Landing craft tank (MkIV) LCT No.553 (611-640t), lost in Mediterranean October 2 - Landing craft tank (MkIV) LCT No.618 (611-640t), lost in Mediterranean

October 3 - Submarine, midget/X-Craft X-10 (29.8t submerged, 8/2/43), lost in attack on Tirpitz, Kaa Fiord, Alten Fiord, Norway October 3 - Trawler ARACARI (R, 245t, 1908) Grounded, total Ioss, Filicudi island, North of Sicily October 3 - Trawler MEROR (R, 250t, 1905), mined, Humber area, E England October 4 - Tanker/oiler MARIT (R, 5,542t, 1918), sank by U-boat off Benghazi, Libya October 7 - Landing craft tank (MkIV) LCT No.621 (611-640t), lost in Mediterranean October 8 - Destroyer ORKAN (ex-MYRMIDON, on loan to Polish Navy, 1,920t, 5/12/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic October 9 - Destroyer PANTHER (1,540t, 12/12/41), sunk by aircraft bombs, Scarpanto Strait, Dodecanese October 11 - Landing craft tank (MkI) LCT No.3 (372t), presumed lost in attack on Kos, Dodecanese. Formally paid off. Later recovered and redesignated N.S.C.(L)94 October 11 - Minesweeper HYTHE (605t, 5/3/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo off Bougie, Algeria October 11 - Submarine USURPER (540t, 2/2/43), lost, probably mined, Gulf of Genoa, NW Italy. Date approximate October 12 - Motor launch ML No.835 (75t, 8/8/43), sunk by aircraft, Leros island, Dodecanese October 15 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.636 (95t, 1/43), sunk by surface craft off Elba, W Italy October 15 - Submarine, midget/X-Craft X-09 (29.8t submerged, 29/1/43), lost in attack on Tirpitz, Kaa Fiord, Alten Fiord, Norway October 16 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.356 (37t, 1/7/43), sunk by surface shps off Holland October 17 - Submarine TROOPER (1,090t, 29/8/42), lost, possibly mined, Aegean Sea October 22 - Escort destroyer HURWORTH (1,050t, 5/10/41), sunk by mine off Kalimno, Dodecanese October 22 - Tanker/oiler LITIOPA (R, 5,356, 1917), sunk by U-boat off W Africa October 22 - Trawler ORFASY (545t, 14/7/42), lost, probably by U-boat torpedo off W Africa October 23 - Cruiser CHARYBDIS (5,450t, 3/12/41), sunk by E-boat torpedoes, English Channel October 23 - Escort destroyer LIMBOURNE (1,050t, 24/10/42), sunk by own forces after damage by E-boat torpedoes, English Channel October 23 - Landing craft infantry (Large) LCI(L) No.309 (380-384t), sunk by aircraft in Biscay area October 23 - Minesweeper CROMARTY (605t, 13/12/41), sunk by mine, W Approaches to Straits of Bonifacio, Mediterranean October 24 - Destroyer ECLIPSE (1,375t, 1934), sunk by mine off Kalimno, Dodecanese October 25 - Trawler WILLIAM STEPHEN (R, 935t, 1917), sunk by E-boat off Cromer, E England October 26 - Motor launch ML No.579 (75t, 3/6/43), sunk by aircraft, Leros island, Dodecanese October 26 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.669 (95t, 29/4/43), sunk by surface craft off Norwegian coast October 26 - Tug TIENTSIN (R), foundered, Red Sea, on passage to Massawa October 28 - Landing craft tank (MkII) LCT No.115 (450-453t), sunk by aircraft off Casteloriso, Aegean

October 30 - Drifter CHANCELLOR (R, 24t, 1916), sunk in tow November 1943 November - Dumb barge CLACTON (196t deep), cause and place unknown, date approximate. Subsequently Salved November - Dumb barge FOUR (204t deep), cause and place unknown, date approximate. Subsequently Salved November - Dumb barge GREENFINCH (218t deep), cause and place unknown, date approximate. Subsequently Salved November - Dumb barge MONICA (233t deep), cause and place unknown, date approximate. Subsequently Salved November - Dumb barge SAN FRANCISCO (241t deep), cause and place unknown, date approximate. Subsequently Salved November - Dumb barge UTOPIA (226t deep), cause and place unknown, date approximate. Subsequently Salved November - Landing craft assault LCA No.212, 316. 505, 545 (total 4, 11-13t each), lost in Mediterranean. Date reported November - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.181 (30-37t), lost in Azores, Date reported November - Landing craft mechanised (MkIII) LCM No.583 (52t), lost in Mediterranean. Date reported November - Landing craft personnel (Medium) LCP (M) No.14 (7t) , date reported November - Motor launch ML No.1054 (40t, 6/11/41), total loss November - Motor launch ML No.1244 (40t, 20/8/43), lost on passage November - Motor launch ML No.1289 (40t, 2/7/43), lost on passage November - Yacht ATTENDANT (R, 357t, 1913), cause and place unknown. Date reported November 1 - Landing craft vehicle (Personnel) LCV(P) No.1040 (10-13t), capsized off Newhaven, S England after engine room flooding November 4 - Landing craft tank (MkIV) LCT No.583 (611-640t), lost in Mediterranean November 4 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.606 (90t, 7/7/42), sunk by surface craft off Hook of Holland. Date given as 3rd-4th November 8 - Naval servicing boat No30 (8t, 1918), sunk November 10 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.222 (Royal Netherlands Navy, 38t, 15/2/42), mined, North Sea. Date given as 9th-10th November 10 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.230 (38t, 5/5/42), rammed by MTB 222 in action, North Sea. Date given as 9th-10th November 11 - Special service vessel BILLDORA (R), sunk by enemy action November 11 - Special service vessel SQUALLY (R), sunk by enemy action November 11 - Special service vessel WESTWICK (R, 18T, 1935), sunk by enemy action November 12 - Motor launch ML No.358 (75t, 9/42), lost off Leros island, Dodecanese November 13 - Escort destroyer DULVERTON (1,050t, 27/9/41), sunk by aircraft, glider bomb, off Kos, Dodecanese

November 14 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.333, 343, 385 (total 3, 625-640t), sunk in gale off Land's End, SW England November 16 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.332 (625-640t), lost off Gijon, N Spain, after engine failure November 16 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.418 (625-640t), lost in gale off NW France. November 17 - Small miscellaneous craft FOLIOT (33, 1905), sunk in Collision November 19 - Submarine SIMOOM (715t, 30/12/42), lost, Dardanelles Approaches. Date approximate November 22 - Boom defence vessel BARFLAKE (750t, 23/9/4), sunk by mine, Naples November 22 - Minesweeper HEBE (815t, 1937), sunk by mine off Bari, E Italy November 22 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.626 (Royal Norwegian Navy, 95t, 8/42), lost by fire, Lerwick, Shetland Islands November 22 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.686 (95t, 9/6/43), lost by fire, Lerwick, Shetland Islands November 22 - Submarine, midget/Welman craft No.45 (2.4t submerged, 2/9/43), lost during attack on Bergen harbour, Norway November 22 - Submarine, midget/Welman craft No.46 (2.4t submerged, 2/9/43), lost during attack on Bergen harbour, Norway November 22 - Submarine, midget/Welman craft No.47 (2.4t submerged, 2/9/43), lost during attack on Bergen harbour, Norway November 22 - Submarine, midget/Welman craft No.48 (2.4t submerged, 2/9/43), lost during attack on Bergen harbour, Norway November 22 - Water carrier EMPIRE ARTHUR (R, 760, 1942), capsized and sank, Freetown, W Africa November 23 - Whaler SANTA (R, 355t, 1936), mined W of Maddalena, Sardinia November 23 - Landing craft tank (MkIII) LCT No.329 (625-640t), damaged beyond economical repair. November 24 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.73 (38t, 3/10/41), sunk by aircraft, Maddalena, Sardinia November 27 - Motor launch ML No.126 (75t, 19/9/40), lost after damage by U-boat torpedo, W Italy November 29 - Landing craft assault LCA No.813 (11-13t), lost during exercise in Home waters. December 1943 December - Harbour duty vessel ST ANNE (R, 37t), cause and place unknown December - Landing craft assault LCA No.723 (11-13t), broke adrift from Hopetoun II, Port Edgar. Date approximate December 1 - Trawler AVANTURINE (R, 296t, 1930), sunk by E-boats off Beachy Head, S England December 2 - Landing craft assault LCA No.553 (11-13t), sunk in collision off Southampton December 8 - Landing craft personnel (Large) LCP(L) No.136 (8-11t), caught fire and blew up during exercises off Southampton, S England December 8 - Trawler RYSA (545t, 13/8/41), sunk by mine off Maddalena, Sardinia December 12 - Escort destroyer HOLCOMBE (1,050t, 16/9/42), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W Mediterranean

December 12 - Escort destroyer TYNDALE (1,000t, 2/12/40), sunk by U-boat torpedo, W Mediterranean December 16 - Drifter ROSE VALLEY (R, 100t, 1918), sunk in collision December 18 - Minesweeper FELIXSTOWE (656t, 11/7/41), sunk by mine off Sardinia December 18 - Water boat CECIL (R), constructive total loss December 19 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.753, 771, 795 (total 3, 9-11t each), lost during beaching exercises in Home waters December 20 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.33 (30-37t), damaged beyond repair in Home waters December 21 - Landing craft assault LCA No.645, 646 (total 2, 11-13t), lost in heavy weather, English Channel December 22 - Barrage vessel BV-42 (270t, 1918), lost by explosion, Leith Docks, E Scotland December 22 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.51/LII (1.2t submerged, 14/5/43), lost in heavy weather in attack on Tirpitz, Norwegian Fiords December 22 - Human torpedo/Chariot No.62/LVII (1.2t submerged, 29/6/43), lost in heavy weather in attack on Tirpitz, Norwegian Fiords December 22 - Landing craft personnel (Ramped) LCP(R) No.613, 661, 1035 (total 3, (9-11t), lost overboard from Hilary December 22 - Landing craft personnel (Small) LCP(S) No.116 (6t), lost during exercises in Home waters December 24 - Destroyer HURRICANE (1,400t, 21/6/40), sunk by U-boat torpedo, N Atlantic December 24 - Motor launch ML No.1388 (40t, 25/11/43), grounded off Hartlepool December 24 - Motor torpedo boat MTB No.357 (37t, 25/8/43), sunk accidentally after damage by surface craft on the 23rd December 25 - Naval auxiliary boat LILY, sunk in collision off Portland, S England. Date given as 24th-25th December 25 - Trawler KINGSTON BERYL (R, 356t, 1928), mined, NW Approaches December 31 - Minesweeper CLACTON (605t, 4/6/42), sunk by mine off Corsica December 31 - Motor launch ML No.1121 (40t, 10/7/42), formally paid off