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HMS Adamant(A164), a Submarine Depot Ship, built by Harland & Wolff 7 28/02/42. She served with 4th Submarine Flotilla(9 T-Boats) in the Eastern Fleet based at Trincomalee/Colombo from April '43 to April '45 , when she relocated to Freemantle , staying there until returning to UK in 1950. She remained in service in UK waters upto '66 when she ewas placed on the disposal list & was scrapped at Inverkeithing in September '70

HMS Adamant, a Submarine Depot Ship, built by Harland & Wolff,

HMS Prince of Wales - Corazzata classe King George V - Entrata in servizioil 19 gennaio 1941 (completata il 31 marzo) - Dislocamento	(alla costruzione) 43.786 Lunghezza	fuori tutto: 227,1 m Larghezza	34,3 m Pescaggio	8.8 m Propulsione	8 caldaie 4 turbine Parsons 4 assi elica 134.000 Shp Autonomia	3,100 n.mi. a 27 nodi Equipaggio	1.521 Equipaggiamento Sensori di bordo	Radar Tip - Affondata il 10 dicembre 1941 da un attacco aereo giapponese

HMS Prince of Wales - Corazzata classe King George V - Entrata in servizioil

HMS Masculinity

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HMS Pelican(U 86), an Egret class Sloop built by Thornycroft Woolston & commissioned 02/03/39. Designed as a general-purpose vessel, and intended for use as a survey ship in the West Indies, Pelican was modified during her build for service as a convoy escort and anti-submarine warfare ship. 1200t. Length 276ft. Powered by geared steam turbines on twin shafts, 3,600shp to give 19kts. Crew 188. 4x2 x 4" AA guns & 4 x 0.5" AA guns

HMS Pelican(U 86), an Egret class Sloop built by Thornycroft Woolston & commissioned 02/03/39. Designed as a general-purpose vessel, and intended for use as a survey ship in the West Indies, Pelican was modified during her build for service as a convoy escort and anti-submarine warfare ship. 1200t. Length 276ft. Powered by geared steam turbines on twin shafts, 3,600shp to give 19kts. Crew 188. 4x2 x 4" AA guns & 4 x 0.5" AA guns

HMS Colombo

HMS Colombo moored to a buoy in Plymouth Sound. Configured as a Anti-Aircraft Ship.

HMS Bellona (63), was the name ship of her sub-class of light cruisers for the Royal Navy. She was a modified Dido-class design with only four turrets but improved anti-aircraft armament. Entering service in 1943, the cruiser operated during World War II as an escort for the Arctic convoys, as a jamming ship to prevent the use of radio-controlled bombs and in support of the Omaha Beach landings.

HMS Bellona (63), was the name ship of her sub-class of light cruisers for the Royal Navy. She was a modified Dido-class design with only four turrets but improved anti-aircraft armament. Entering service in 1943, the cruiser operated during World War II as an escort for the Arctic convoys, as a jamming ship to prevent the use of radio-controlled bombs and in support of the Omaha Beach landings.

HMS Hood and HMS Repulse – | David and JC's Naval, Marine and Military

15 in battlecruisers HMS Hood (left) and HMS Repulse were two of the only three…

HMS Colossus. Ten Light Fleet Aircraft Carriers of the COLOSSUS Class) were ordered under War Emergency Build Programmes in 1942 - 43. These ships were not as big as the earlier Fleet Aircraft Carriers (ILLUSTRIOUS Class) and were not able to carry as many aircraft.

HMS INDOMITABLE had a displacement of tons as designed and was 751 feet in overall length with a beam of 953 feet and mean draught of 294 feet.

The Tribal class, or Afridi class, were a class of destroyers built for the Royal Navy, Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Australian Navy

HMS Cossack, Tribal class destroyer, famous for the boarding of the German supply ship Altmark in Norwegian waters, and the associated rescue of sailors originally captured by the German 'pocket battleship' Admiral Graf Spee.

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