Statistics for Royal Navy Destroyers of World War II

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  • The average score is 113 of 500

Answer Stats

ClassDate CommissionedService TenureFateAnswer% Correct
GCancelledN/AN/AGlowworm
75%
GJanuary 22, 19361936-1940Sunk by the German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper on April 8, 1940Glowworm
75%
AmazonMay 5, 19271927-1946Scrapped in 1948Amazon
71%
DaringMarch 8, 19521952-1968Scrapped in 1971Daring
68%
DNovember 25, 19321932-1940Sunk by U-23 on February 18, 1940Daring
68%
TribalSeptember 6, 19381938-1942Sunk by German aircraft on September 14, 1942Zulu
68%
AmbuscadeApril 9, 19271927-1945Scrapped in 1947Ambuscade
64%
CSeptember 4, 19451945-1961Scrapped in 1961Cossack
64%
TribalJune 14, 19381938-1941Sunk by U-563 on October 27, 1941Cossack
64%
TribalDecember 21, 19381938-1949Scrapped in 1949Ashanti
57%
ESeptember 28, 19341934-1940Mined on August 31, 1940Esk
57%
TribalDecember 30, 19381938-1948Scrapped in 1949Eskimo
57%
HDecember 29, 19361936-1948Sold to the Dominican Navy, scrapped in 1972Hotspur
57%
AApril 14, 19301930-1940Sunk by German battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau on June 8, 1940Ardent
54%
TribalOctober 21, 19381938-1940Sunk by German aircraft on April 9, 1940Gurkha
54%
LFebruary 18, 19411941-1942Sunk by U-133 on January 17, 1942Gurkha
54%
JJune 25, 19391939-1942Mined on February 27, 1942 during the Battle of the Java Sea, sank the following dayJupiter
54%
K (Leader)August 23, 19391939-1941Sunk by German aircraft on May 23, 1941Kelly
54%
TribalDecember 5, 19381938-1942Sunk by German aircraft on February 12, 1942Maori
54%
TribalDecember 1, 19381938-1948Scrapped in 1949Nubian
54%
AFebruary 11, 19301930-1940Sunk by German battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau on June 8, 1940Acasta
50%
TribalMay 3, 19381938-1940Sunk by German aircraft on May 3, 1940Afridi
50%
BApril 8, 19311931-1945Scrapped in 1945Bulldog
50%
VAugust 14, 19431943-1944Torpedoed by U-278, scuttled on January 30, 1944Hardy
50%
H (Flotilla Leader)December 11, 19361936-1940Sunk in the First Battle of NarvikHardy
50%
HSeptember 30, 19361936-1940Sunk in the First Battle of Narvik, April 10, 1940Hunter
50%
JAugust 5, 19391939-1944Sunk by German aircraft on January 23, 1944Janus
50%
BApril 9, 19311931-1945Scrapped in 1946Beagle
46%
TribalMarch 15, 19391939-1942Badly Damaged in the climax of Operation Harpoon and finished off by a torpedo on June 15, 1942Bedouin
46%
GFebruary 25, 19361936-1941declared a constructive total loss on January 20, 1941 after being wrecked by German bombersGallant
46%
GCancelledN/AN/AGallant
46%
JMarch 31, 19391939-1942Bombed on May 11, 1942, scuttled the next dayJackal
46%
TribalMarch 29, 19391939-1942Rammed and sunk in the fog by HMS King George V on May 1, 1942Punjabi
46%
TribalOctober 12, 19381938-1942Sunk on September 14, 1942Sikh
46%
D (Flotilla Leader)April 5, 19331933-1945Scrapped in 1945Duncan
43%
EOctober 22, 19341934-1956Transferred to Greece as Navarinon, returned and scrapped in 1956Echo
43%
FMay 18, 19351935-1944Irreparably damaged by mine, June 21, 1944, scrapped in September 1944Fury
43%
HOctober 21, 19361936-1945Transferred to Royal Canadian Navy, scrapped in 1946Hero
43%
IJune 30, 19371937-1941Scuttled on May 29, 1941Imperial
43%
J (Leader)May 8, 19391939-1946Scrapped in 1954Jervis
43%
JAugust 25, 19391939-1941Sunk by aircraft on May 21, 1941Juno
43%
AMarch 27, 19301930-1942Sunk by German Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper in the battle of Barents Sea, December 31, 1942Achates
39%
BApril 8, 19311931-1940Sunk by German aircraft on July 20, 1940Brazen
39%
DNovember 3, 19321932-1941Sunk by German air attack, April 27, 1941Diamond
39%
DaringFebruary 21, 19521952-1970Scrapped in 1981Diamond
39%
ESeptember 13, 19341934-1942Sunk in the Battle of the Java Sea, February 27, 1942Electra
39%
FDecember 19, 19341934-1941Torpedoed and sunk by Italian aircraft, July 23, 1941Fearless
39%
IAugust 24, 19371937-1940Mined on September 1, 1940Ivanhoe
39%
JJune 10, 19391939-1946Scrapped in 1949Javelin
39%
KOctober 10, 19391939-1941Mined off Tripoli on December 19, 1941Kandahar
39%
KNovember 27, 19391939-1946Scrapped in 1949Kelvin
39%
KSeptember 14, 19391939-1942Bombed on April 11, 1942, written offKingston
39%
KDecember 22, 19391939-1942Sunk by German aircraft on May 11, 1942Kipling
39%
TribalJanuary 25, 19391939-1942Sunk by U-454 on January 17, 1942Matabele
39%
TribalSeptember 9, 19381938-1941Sunk by Italian destroyer Luca Tarigo on April 16, 1941Mohawk
39%
O (Leader)October 8, 19411941-1980Transferred to Pakistan as Tippu Sultan, scrapped in 1980Onslow
39%
TribalDecember 12, 19381938-1942Sunk by U-703 on September 25, 1942Somali
39%
TribalMarch 10, 19391939-1946Scrapped in 1948Tartar
39%
WeaponOctober 4, 19481948-1968Scrapped in 1968Broadsword
36%
ENovember 2, 19341934-1942Sunk in the Second Battle of the Java Sea, March 1, 1942Encounter
36%
E (Flotilla Leader)November 9, 19341934-1940Sunk by U-22, on January 21, 1940Exmouth
36%
FApril 26, 19351935-1968Sold to the Dominican Republic as Generalisimo, scrapped in 1968Fame
36%
FMay 15, 19351935-1942Torpedoed and sunk by Italian aircraft, August 13, 1942Foresight
36%
FMarch 29, 19351935-1945Scrapped in 1946Forester
36%
GCancelledN/AN/AGreyhound
36%
GFebruary 1, 19361936-1941Sunk by German aircraft on May 22, 1941Greyhound
36%
IJuly 29, 19371937-1943Sunk in air attack on September 27, 1943Intrepid
36%
JApril 28, 19391939-1941Mined on May 2, 1941, sank two days laterJersey
36%
KOctober 26, 19391939-1941Sunk by German aircraft on May 23, 1941Kashmir
36%
KFebruary 21, 19401940-1946Scrapped in 1949Kimberley
36%
LJanuary 30, 19421942-1948Scrapped in 1948Lookout
36%
TribalMarch 30, 19391939-1941Sunk by German aircraft on May 28, 1941Mashona
36%
AFebruary 9, 19301930-1945Scrapped in 1947Active
32%
AFebruary 14, 19301930-1945Scrapped in 1948Anthony
32%
WeaponJune 12, 19451945-1964Scrapped in 1964Battleaxe
32%
BApril 7, 19311931-1944Sunk by German aircraft on June 13, 1944Boadicea
32%
BFebruary 21, 19311931-1945Scrapped in 1948Brilliant
32%
A (Flotilla Leader)June 4, 19301930-1940Bombed and sunk on July 27, 1940Codrington
32%
CJune 6, 19451945-1958Scrapped in 1962Comet
32%
CJune 2, 19421932-1945Transferred to Canada as Restigouche, scrapped in 1946Comet
32%
DJanuary 24, 19331933-1939Sunk in a collision with the battleship HMS Barham, December 12, 1939Duchess
32%
DaringOctober 23, 19521952-1980Scrapped in 1980Duchess
32%
EOctober 30, 19341934-1940Fatally damaged by Italian submarine Guglielmo Marconi on July 11, 1940Escort
32%
F (Flotilla Leader)May 24, 19351935-1945Scrapped in 1946Faulknor
32%
FJune 6, 19351935-1947Transferred to Canada as Qu'Appelle, scrapped in 1947Foxhound
32%
GFebruary 22, 19361936-1939Sunk by a mine on November 21, 1939Gipsy
32%
U (Leader)May 27, 19431943-1974Scrapped in 1983Grenville
32%
GJuly 1, 19361936-1940Sunk by a mine, January 19, 1940Grenville
32%
HNovember 11, 19361936-1942Sunk by German E-boat on June 15, 1942Hasty
32%
HJanuary 16, 19371937-1942Ran aground and wrecked on April 6, 1942Havock
32%
HDecember 9, 19361936-1941Sunk by German aircraft on May 28, 1941Hereward
32%
IMay 1, 19371937-1946Scrapped in 1946Icarus
32%
IJuly 7, 19371937-1948Scrapped in 1948Ilex
32%
IJune 15, 19371937-1944Sunk by German glide bomb on February 25, 1944Inglefield
32%
IMarch 3, 19421942-1942Damaged beyond repair by bombers on November 28, 1942Ithuriel
32%
JSeptember 12, 19391939-1942Sunk by U-652 on March 26, 1942Jaguar
32%
C (Flotilla Leader)May 30, 19321932-1945Transferred to Canada as Assiniboine, Wrecked in route to breakers, then scrapped in 1945Kempenfelt
32%
W (Leader)January 18, 19441944-1971Transferred to Yugoslavia as Kotor, scrapped in 1971Kempenfelt
32%
LDecember 19, 19401940-1942Sunk by German bombers on March 26, 1942Legion
32%
LMay 28, 19411941-1943Sunk by German torpedo boat S-55 on March 12, 1943Lightning
32%
MDecember 2, 19411941-1970Transferred to Turkey, as Cakmak, scrapped in 1970Marne
32%
OSeptember 20, 19411941-1959Transferred to Pakistan as Tariq, scrapped in 1959Offa
32%
PJune 15, 19421942-1960Scrapped in 1967Petard
32%
QApril 15, 19421942-1942Torpedoed and sunk by German aircraft on December 2, 1942Quentin
32%
SApril 13, 19181918-1947Scrapped in 1947Scimitar
32%
SApril 19401924-1945Scrapped in 1945Shikari
32%
BattleCancelledN/ABroken up on the slipwaySomme
32%
SJune 11, 19191919-1942Sunk by Japanese aircraft, April 5, 1942Tenedos
32%
VSeptember 22, 19171917-1942Transferred to Australia, sunk by IJN aircraft on April 9, 1942Vampire
32%
VNovember 3, 19171917-1945Scrapped in 1946Verdun
32%
ZFebruary 17, 19441944-1970Scrapped in 1971Zebra
32%
BattleJune 25, 19471947-1972Scrapped in 1974Agincourt
29%
AMarch 20, 19301930-1945Scrapped in 1946Antelope
29%
AApril 13, 19301930-1943Damaged beyond repair from explosion on August 4, 1943Arrow
29%
BMarch 4, 19311931-1940Sunk by German aircraft during Dunkirk evacuation on June 1, 1940Basilisk
29%
CApril 1, 19321932-1947Transferred to Canada as St Laurent, scrapped in 1947Cygnet
29%
DDecember 22, 19321932-1941Sunk by German air attack on February 24, 1941Dainty
29%
DaringFebruary 26,19531953-1971Scrapped in 1971Dainty
29%
DaringOctober 9, 19531953-1971Scrapped in 1971Delight
29%
DJanuary 31, 19331933-1940Sunk by German air attack, July 29, 1940Delight
29%
DaringMarch 29, 19541954-1993Sold to Peru, scrapped in 1993Diana
29%
DDecember 21, 19321932-1940Transferred to Canada as Margaree, sunk following collision on October 22, 1940Diana
29%
ENovember 29, 19341934-1943Mined on October 24, 1943Eclipse
29%
ENovember 2, 19341934-1946Transferred to Canada as Gatineau, scuttled as breakwater in 1948Express
29%
FMay 30 , 19351935-1942Sunk by U-211, December 16, 1942Firedrake
29%
FApril 27, 19351935-1946Transferred to Canada as Saskatchewan, scrapped in 1946Fortune
29%
GCancelledN/AN/AGrafton
29%
GMarch 20, 19361936-1940Sunk by U-62 on May 29, 1940Grafton
29%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/AGrenade
29%
GMarch 28, 19361936-1940Sunk by German Aircraft on May 29, 1940Grenade
29%
HDecember 19, 19391939-1940Scuttled on June 1, 1940 after air attack by Stuka dive bombersHavant
29%
HJanuary 22, 19401940-1946Scrapped in 1947Hesperus
29%
HMarch 18, 19401940-1946Scrapped in 1946Highlander
29%
HSeptember 10, 19361936-1940Crippled by a mine and scuttled, August 23, 1940Hostile
29%
HDecember 3, 19361936-1940Crippled by a mine and scuttled on December 22, 1940Hyperion
29%
IJune 2, 19371937-1940Sunk in collision with HMS Glasgow, July 16, 1940Imogen
29%
IMarch 1, 19371937-1945Scrapped in 1946Impulsive
29%
IJune 2, 19371937-1944Mined on July 20, 1944Isis
29%
B (Flotilla Leader)March 20 ,19311931-1940Sunk by German aircraft during Dunkirk evacuation on June 1, 1940Keith
29%
LMay 13, 19411941-1942sunk by Germans bombers on April 9, 1942Lance
29%
LJuly 20, 19411941-1942Sunk by German bombers on May 11, 1942Lively
29%
LOctober 31, 19421942-1944Scrapped in 1948Loyal
29%
MApril 4, 19421942-1942Sunk by U-431 on November 10, 1942Martin
29%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/AMusket
29%
NFebruary 20, 19421942-1957Transferred to the Dutch as Van Galen, scrapped in 1957Noble
29%
OJune 19, 19421942-1977Transferred to Pakistan as Tughril, scrapped in 1977Onslaught
29%
OJuly 5, 19411941-1965Sold to Turkey as Gayret, scrapped in 1965Oribi
29%
Q (Leader)October 22, 19421942-1957Transferred to the Dutch as Banckert, scrapped in 1957Quilliam
29%
SNovember 9, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1945Sabre
29%
SApril 11, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1947Saladin
29%
S (Leader)July 1, 19431943-1946TCL due to damage from a mine, Scrapped in 1950Saumarez
29%
BattleJuly 23, 19451945-1963Scrapped in 1971Trafalgar
29%
WApril 18, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1947Westminster
29%
WJuly 9, 19241924-1945Scrapped in 1945Whitehall
29%
WSeptember 20, 19221922-1943Mined in the North Sea on December 23, 1943, written offWorcester
29%
AOctober 13, 19311931-1940Mined on December 17, 1940Acheron
25%
BFebruary 14, 19311931-1939Mined on November 13, 1939Blanche
25%

B
February 20, 19311931-1951Transferred to Greece as Salamis, scrapped in 1952Boreas
25%
CAugust 21, 19451945-1970Transferred to Canada, scrapped in 1971Crescent
25%
CApril 21, 19321932-1940Transferred to Canada as Fraser, sunk in collision with HMS Calcutta, June 25, 1940Crescent
25%
DaringDecember 5, 19521952-1969Scrapped in 1972Defender
25%
DOctober 31, 19321932-1941Scuttled after damaged from German bombers, July 11, 1941Defender
25%
E
August 30, 19341934-1946Scrapped in 1947Escapade
25%
GMarch 3, 19361936-1947Sold to the Dutch Navy, scrapped in 1964Garland
25%
GMarch 6, 19361936-1945Transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy, scrapped in 1946Griffin
25%
HMay 23, 19401940-1942Sunk by U-432 on March 11, 1942Harvester
25%
HJune 21, 19401940-1943Crippled by U-415, scuttled on December 25, 1943Hurricane
25%
IJanuary 24, 19421942-1960Returned to Turkey as Muavenet, scrapped in 1960Inconstant
25%
KNovember 6, 19391939-1940Sank on June 23, 1940Khartoum
25%
L (Leader)August 26, 19411941-1944Sunk by U-223 on March 30, 1944Laforey
25%
MApril 8, 19431943-1944Sunk by U-990 on February 25 ,1944Mahratta
25%
MFebruary 12, 19421942-1971Sold to Turkey as Kilic Ali Pasa, scrapped in 1971Matchless
25%
MAugust 12, 19421942-1979Transferred to Turkey as Piyala Pasa, Scrapped in 1979Meteor
25%
M (Leader)August 6, 19421942-1970Transferred to Turkey as Alp Arslan, scrapped in 1970Milne
25%
N (Leader)December 11, 19401940-1945Scrapped in 1955Napier
25%
NDecember 19, 19401940-1945Transferred to Australia, scrapped in 1955Nizam
25%
NOctober 30, 19421942-1961Transferred to the Dutch as Tjerk Hiddes, Scrapped in 1961Nonpareil
25%
NSeptember 29, 19411941-1945Transferred to Australia, scrapped in 1958Norman
25%
OOctober 30, 19421942-1957Scrapped in 1962Obedient
25%
OOctober 17, 19421942-1961Scrapped in 1965Orwell
25%
PDecember 12, 19411941-1961Scrapped in 1962Paladin
25%
PFebruary 10, 19421942-1950Scrapped in 1950Penn
25%
QSeptember 14, 19421942-1963Transferred to Australia, scrapped in 1972Quickmatch
25%
RNovember 16, 19421943-1971Sold to India as Rana, scrapped in 1971Raider
25%
RFebruary 20, 19431943-1965Sunk as a target in 1981Rapid
25%
RNovember 30, 19421942-1971Scrapped in 1971Relentless
25%
RJune 10, 19431943-1969Scrapped in 1969Roebuck
25%
SJune 8, 19431943-1962Scrapped in 1962Savage
25%
SMay 11, 19431943-1962Transferred to the Dutch, Scrapped in 1963Scorpion
25%
WeaponSeptember 17, 19471947-1963Scrapped in 1971Scorpion
25%
Scott (Admiralty)December 21, 19181918-1947Scrapped in 1947Stuart
25%
SAugust 3, 19191919-1942Sunk in the Battle off Endau, January 27, 1942Thanet
25%
SApril 1, 19221922-1945Grounded December 17, 1941, captured by the IJNThracian
25%
VJanuary 18, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1948Viceroy
25%
WNovember 14, 19191919-1942Lost in collision with Spanish trawler on June 17, 1942Wild Swan
25%
WApril 29, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1946Winchester
25%
WFebruary 27, 19201920-1945Scrapped in 1946Wolverine
25%
ZOctober 9, 19441944-1967Transferred to Israel as Eilat, sunk in 1967Zealous
25%
ZOctober 23, 19441944-1972Transferred to Israel as Yaffo, scrapped in 1972Zodiac
25%
Shakespeare (Thornycroft)April 15, 19251925-1942Sunk from damaged received by shore batteries, November 10, 1942Broke
21%
C (Leader)October 5, 19441944-1965Scrapped in 1967Caesar
21%
CNovember 22, 19441944-1972Museum ship in Chatham Historic Dockyard since 1998Cavalier
21%
CSeptember 28, 19451945-1964Scrapped in 1966Chequers
21%
CDecember 11, 19451945-1960Scrapped in 1962Cheviot
21%
CJuly 8, 19461946-1955Scrapped in 1958Comus
21%
CMarch 19, 19461946-1960Scrapped in 1961Consort
21%
CMay 2,, 19421932-1942Transferred to Canada as Ottawa, sunk by U-91 on September 14, 1942Crusader
21%
CNovember 26 ,19451945-1964Scrapped in 1964Crusader
21%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ADagger
21%
HFebruary 10, 19401940-1946Scrapped in 1946Havelock
21%
Shakespeare (Thornycroft)April 15, 19251925-1945Scrapped in 1945Keppel
21%
Scott (Admiralty)June 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1949Mackay
21%
Scott (Admiralty)December 14, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1945Montrose
21%
MSeptember 18, 19421942-1955Scrapped in 1955Musketeer
21%
NMay 29, 19421942-1945Transferred to Australia, scrapped in 1956Nepal
21%
OSeptember 3, 19421942-1957Scrapped in 1965Obdurate
21%
OAugust 14, 19421942-1952Scrapped in 1955Opportune
21%
PAugust 5, 19411941-1942Sunk by U-565 on December 18, 1942Partridge
21%
PAugust 31, 19421942-1947Cut in two by damage from German torpedo hit, scrapped in 1947Porcupine
21%
QJanuary 7, 19431943-1944Mined, sank under tow on May 18, 1944Quail
21%
ROctober 1, 19421943-1979Transferred to India as Ranjit,Redoubt
21%
RAugust 4, 19431943-1966Scrapped in 1967Rocket
21%
R (Leader)August 27, 19421942-1970Transferred to India as Rajput scrapped in 1970Rotherham
21%
SJuly 12, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1945Sardonyx
21%
RFebruary 19, 19171917-1947Scrapped in 1947Skate
21%
SJuly 2, 19191919-1942Sunk by IJN heavy cruiser Maya and destroyers Arashi and Nowaki on March 2, 1942Stronghold
21%
SOctober 8, 19191919-1940Ran aground off the island of Tiree, October 30, 1940Sturdy
21%
SDecember 12, 19431943-1943Mined on June 24, 1944Swift
21%
TApril 2, 19431943-1965Scrapped in 1965Tumult
21%
TApril 8, 19431943-1956Scrapped in 1965Tyrian
21%
UJune 30, 19431943-1977Scrapped in 1980Ulster
21%
UDecember 23, 19431943-1960Scrapped in 1965Undine
21%
VFebruary 28, 19441944-1970Transferred to Canada as Algonquin, Scrapped in 1971Valentine
21%
VJune 27, 19171917-1940Beached after attack by German dive bombers, May 15, 1940Valentine
21%
VJune 11, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1947Vanity
21%
VApril 1, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1947Velox
21%
VSeptember 17, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1947Verity
21%
VFebruary 20, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1948Vesper
21%
VApril 27, 19181918-1947Scrapped in 1947Vidette
21%
VMarch 4, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1945Viscount
21%
VDecember 29, 19451917-1945Scrapped in 1948Vivacious
21%
VFebruary 21, 19441944-1963Transferred to Canada as Sioux, Scrapped in 1965Vixen
21%
VNovember 7, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1947Volunteer
21%
WMarch 18, 19181918-1944Sunk by U-413 on February 20, 1944Warwick
21%
BattleCancelledN/ABroken up on the slipwayWaterloo
21%
WMay 11, 19441944-1980Transferred to South Africa, Sunk as a target in 1980Wessex
21%
WMay 11, 19181918-1940Bombed and sunk by German aircraft on May 24, 1940Wessex
21%
WMarch 15, 19181918-1944Scrapped in 1945Winchelsea
21%
WApril 27, 19181918-1946Scrapped in 1948Wolfhound
21%
WMay 1, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1947Wolsey
21%
ZJuly 18, 19441944-1959Scrapped in 1959Zambesi
21%
ZDecember 22, 19441944-2016?!!Transferred to Egypt as El Fateh, Scrapped in 2016Zenith
21%
ZJuly 12 ,19441944-1968Scrapped in 1970Zest
21%
BattleMarch 20, 19471947-1959Scrapped in 1964Alamein
18%
HuntFebruary 22, 19421942-1969Transferred to West Germany as Raule, Scrapped in 1969Albrighton
18%
BattleJuly 2, 19451945-1960Scrapped in 1965Armada
18%
HuntMarch 23, 19401940-1945Scrapped in 1957Atherstone
18%
HuntAugust 28, 19411941-1961Transferred to Norway as Arendal, scrapped in 1965Badsworth
18%
HuntApril 17, 19421942-1979To Poland as Slazak, Transferred to India as Godavari, Scrapped in 1979Bedale
18%
BattleJune 18, 19451945-1962Scrapped in 1970Camperdown
18%
CNovember 6, 19441944-1963Scrapped in 1967Carron
18%
CJuly 28, 19441944-1966Scrapped in 1967Cassandra
18%
C (Leader)December 13, 19441944-1964Scrapped in 1967Cavendish
18%
CAugust 24, 19451945-1961Scrapped in 1965Chaplet
18%
CNovember 19, 19451945-1971Transferred to Pakistan, irreparably damaged, scrapped in 1971Charity
18%
CAugust 23, 19451945-1964Scrapped in 1969Chevron
18%
CMarch 7, 19461946-1961Scrapped in 1961Chieftain
18%
C (Leader)December 19, 19451945-1951Scrapped in 1963Childers
18%
CDecember 20, 19461946-1961Scrapped in 1962Concord
18%
COctober 14, 19461946-1982To Pakistan as Alamgir, scrapped in 1982Creole
18%
WeaponMarch 4, 19481948-1963Scrapped in 1971Crossbow
18%
CApril 17, 19471947-1967To Norway as Oslo, scrapped in 1968Crown
18%
DApril 4, 19331933-1946Transferred to Canada as Kootenay, scrapped in 1946Decoy
18%
DaringApril 28, 19531953-2007Sold to Peru, presumed scrappedDecoy
18%
Scott (Admiralty)September 2, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1945Douglas
18%
HuntFebruary 28, 19411941-1942Total Constructive loss on August 29, 1942, scrapped in 1946Eridge
18%
HuntJuly 20, 19421942-1943Sunk by German torpedo boat S-90 on April 13, 1943Eskdale
18%
BattleJune 14, 19461946-1957Scrapped in 1961Gravelines
18%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/AHalberd
18%
JCancelled in December 1937N/AN/AJubilant
18%
BattleJuly 30, 19471947-1961Scrapped in 1965Jutland
18%
BattleNovember 2, 19451945-1960Scrapped in 1967Lagos
18%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ALongbow
18%
Scott (Admiralty)December 14, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1945Malcolm
18%
BattleSeptember 5, 19471947-1977Scrapped in 1979Matapan
18%
BattleCancelledN/ABroken up on the slipwayMons
18%
MNovember 18, 19421942-1943Transferred to Poland as Orkan, sunk by U-378 on October 8, 1943Myrmidon
18%
NNovember 4, 19401940-1955Transferred to Poland as Piorun, returned as Noble, scrapped in 1955Nerissa
18%
NJune 12, 19411941-1942Scuttled after being bombed by Italian aircraft on June 15, 1942Nestor
18%
PFebruary 4, 19421942-1943Scuttled after the Battle of Cigno Convoy on April 16, 1943Pakenham
18%
PDecember 12, 19411941-1943Sunk by German dive bombers on October 9, 1943Panther
18%
PApril 13, 19421942-1945Crippled by Japanese aircraft on February 11, 1945, never repaired and scrapped in 1948Pathfinder
18%
QNovember 26, 19421942-1957Transferred to Australia, scrapped in 1963Quadrant
18%
QSeptember 7, 19421942-1946Transferred to Australia, scrapped in 1946Quality
18%
QJuly 6, 19421942-1964Transferred to Australia, scrapped in 1972Quiberon
18%
SJuly 14, 19431943-1963Transferred to the Dutch, Scrapped in 1963Scourge
18%
SJune 15, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1946Scout
18%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ASpear
18%
BattleJanuary 21, 19461946-1957Scrapped in 1962St Kitts
18%
TSeptember 13, 19431943-1961Scrapped in 1965Teazer
18%
TJanuary 20, 19441944-1960Scrapped in 1966Terpsichore
18%
TMarch 8, 19431943-1969Scrapped in 1970Troubridge
18%
UDecember 23, 19431943-1963Scrapped in 1970Ulysses
18%
UMarch 1, 19441944-1967Scrapped in 1967Ursa
18%
VAugust 15, 19171917-1945Scrapped in 1945Vanoc
18%
VNovember 5, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1946Vansittart
18%
VDecember 14, 19171917-1945Scrapped in 1947Vega
18%
VOctober 17, 19171917-1945Transferred to Australia, scuttled in 1948 off SydneyVendetta
18%
VVenomous
18%
VNovember 13, 19191919-1942Sunk by U-404, September 26, 1942Veteran
18%
WApril 14, 19441944-1971Transferred to Yugoslavia as Pula, scrapped in 1971Wager
18%
WNovember 16, 19171917-1940Sunk by German E-boat, May 29, 1940Wakeful
18%
WFebruary 17, 19441944-1970Scrapped in 1971Wakeful
18%
WFebruary 2, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1946Walker
18%
Shakespeare (Thornycroft)October 10, 19171917-1945Scrapped in 1946Wallace
18%
WAugust 7, 19181918-1945Irreparably damaged by a mine on January 6, 1945, scrapped in 1945Walpole
18%
WSeptember 18, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1946Wanderer
18%
Hunt IIIOctober 20, 19421942-1944Scrapped in 1947Wensleydale
18%
WOctober 14, 19181918-1940Beached after being bombed by German aircraft, May 19, 1940Whitley
18%
WJune 11, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1947Whitshed
18%
WAugust 28, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1947Windsor
18%
WJune 19201920-1945Scrapped in 1945Wishart
18%
WDecember 23, 19191919-1945Scrapped in 1947Wivern
18%
WJune 26, 19181918-1946Scrapped in 1947Woolston
18%
WJanuary 27, 19231923-1940Sunk by German aircraft on July 27, 1940Wren
18%
WNovember 11, 19181918-1941Sunk by German aircraft, April 27, 1941Wryneck
18%
BattleCancelledN/AReordered as HMS DelightYpres
18%
Hunt IIJune 27, 19421942-1956Transferred to Norway as Tromso, scrapped in 1965Zetland
18%
HuntJanuary 8, 19421942-1942Sunk by German dive bombers, June 15, 1942Airedale
14%
BattleMarch 20, 19471947-1968Scrapped in 1970Aisne
14%
HuntFebruary 17, 19411941-1958Scrapped in 1958Avon Vale
14%
BattleSeptember 14, 19441944-1958Scrapped in 1966Barfleur
14%
HuntMarch 29, 19421942-1945Scrapped in 1957Belvoir
14%
HuntMay 9, 19421942-1956Scrapped in 1956Bicester
14%
BattleApril 12, 19461946-1953Sold to Pakistan, Sunk during Indo-Pakistani war in 1971Cadiz
14%
CJuly 17, 19441944-1968Scrapped in 1971Cambrian
14%
CApril 5, 19441944-1973Scrapped in 1979Caprice
14%
CFebruary 10, 19451945-1969Scrapped in 1970Carysfort
14%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/AClaymore
14%
CSeptember 29, 19451945-1958Scrapped in 1964Cockade
14%
CDecember 31, 19451945-1956Scrapped in 1956Constance
14%
CNovember 9, 19451945-1959Scrapped in 1960Contest
14%
HuntDecember 29, 19401940-1986Sold to Egypt, reduced to accommodation hulk in 1986Cottesmore
14%
CJuly 10, 19461946-1982To Pakistan as Jahangir, scrapped in 1982Crispin
14%
CSeptember 16, 19461946-1966to Norway as Bergen, scrapped in 1967Cromwell
14%
CNovember 30, 19451945-1961to Norway as Trondheim, Scrapped in 1961Croziers
14%
CFebruary 6, 19461946-1966to Norway as Stavanger, Scrapped in 1967Crystal
14%
Hunt IIIApril 24, 19421942-1943Scrapped in 1947Derwent
14%
BattleNovember 27, 19461947-1963Scrapped in 1965Dunkirk
14%
HuntOctober 18, 19401940-1941Sunk by German torpedo boat S-40 on February 25, 1941Exmoor
14%
HuntApril 27, 19411941-1962Scrapped in 1962Farndale
14%
BattleSeptember 11, 19451945-1965Scrapped in 1967Finisterre
14%
GCancelledN/AN/AGauntlet
14%
BattleJuly 24, 19451945-1959Scrapped in 1962Hogue
14%
Hunt IIDecember 24, 19411941-1960Loaned to Greece as Aigaion, scrapped in 1960Lauderdale
14%
Hunt IIFebruary 11, 19421942-1958Scrapped in 1958Ledbury
14%
HuntOctober 12, 19401940-1970Sold to Egypt, capture by Israel in 1956 as Haifa, scrapped in 1970Mendip
14%
Z (Leader)June 23, 19441944-1970Transferred to Egypt, sunk in 1970 during War of AttritionMyngs
14%
Hunt IIJuly 30, 19411941-1943Sunk by U-617 on September 6, 1943Puckeridge
14%
HuntOctober 23, 19401940-1955Scrapped in 1956Pytchley
14%
QDecember 10, 19421942-1972Transferred to Australia, scrapped in 1975Queenborough
14%
ROctober 30, 19421943-1949Scrapped in 1949Racehorse
14%
RFebruary 19171917-1957Transferred to Thai Navy as Phra Ruang, scrapped in 1959Radiant
14%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ARifle
14%
BattleSeptember 27, 19461946-1962Scrapped in 1972Saintes
14%
SDecember 23, 19431943-1962Transferred to the Dutch, Scrapped in 1962Serapis
14%
BattleSeptember 30, 19461946-1953Transferred to Iran, non-operational since 1990Sluys
14%
SAugust 26, 19431943-1959Transferred to Norway as Stord, Scrapped in 1959Success
14%
TOctober 30, 19431943-1965Scrapped in 1965Tenacious
14%
TOctober 8, 19431943-1964Scrapped in 1965Termagant
14%
TMarch 11, 19431943-1966Scrapped in 1966Tuscan
14%
UMarch 3, 19441944-1974Sunk as a target in 1978Undaunted
14%
UJanuary 18, 19441944-1962Scrapped in 1971Urania
14%
VAugust 21, 19171917-1945Scrapped in 1947Valorous
14%
VMarch 9, 19181918-1947Scrapped in 1947Vancouver
14%
VApril 27, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1947Vanessa
14%
VOctober 2, 19171917-1945Scrapped in 1948Vanquisher
14%
VAugust 28, 19431943-1964Scrapped in 1972Venus
14%
VNovember 3, 19171917-1945Scrapped in 1946Versatile
14%
VSeptember 19, 19181918-1942Mined on January 9, 1942Vimiera
14%
BattleCancelledN/AReordered as HMS DanaeVimiera
14%
VNovember 5, 19431943-1963Scrapped in 1965Virago
14%
VMay 26, 19441944-1956Scrapped in 1977Volage
14%
VJanuary 21, 19181918-1942Sunk by E-boats on March 15, 1942Vortigern
14%
VJune 24, 19181918-1942Transferred to Australia, ran aground September 23, 1942, scuttledVoyager
14%
WJanuary 26, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1945Watchman
14%
WApril 17, 19181918-1941Sunk by Axis aircraft on June 30, 1941Waterhen
14%
WApril 12, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1946Westcott
14%
Hunt IIFebruary 18, 19421942-1952Scrapped in 1959Wilton
14%
WMarch 19241924-1945Scrapped in 1945Witch
14%
WOctober 10, 19191919-1945Wrecked in route to the breakers in 1947Witherington
14%
WMarch 30, 19441944-1966Scrapped in 1967Wizard
14%
WJuly 14, 19441944-1963Transferred to South Africa, Sunk as a target in 1976Wrangler
14%
WMay 15, 19181918-1944Irreparably damaged by mine on June 6, 1944Wrestler
14%
ZSeptember 6, 19441944-1953Scrapped in 1958Zephyr
14%
BattleCancelled on October 15, 1945 after she was launchedCancelledBroken up incomplete in 1950Albuera
11%
BattleCancelledN/AScrapped immediately upon launchingBelle Isle
11%
HuntDecember 11, 19411941-1962To Denmark as Ralf Krake, scrapped in 1966Calpe
11%
Scott (Admiralty)December 11, 19181918-1947Scrapped in 1947Campbell
11%
HuntOctober 16, 19411941-1975Sold to India as Ganga, scrapped in 1975Chiddingfold
11%
CMay 13, 19461946-1961Scrapped in 1961Chivalrous
11%
BattleNovember 27, 19461946-1963Scrapped in 1965Corunna
11%
HuntJuly 29, 19421942-1959Scrapped in 1959Cowdray
11%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ACulverin
11%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ACutlass
11%
HuntMay 29, 19401940-1956Scrapped in 1956Fernie
11%
BattleDecember 10, 19461946-1953Sold to Pakistan, scrapped in 1985Gabbard
11%
HuntJuly 1, 19401940-1956Scrapped in 1958Garth
11%
HuntJune 12, 19421942-1961Transferred to Norway, scrapped in 1961Glaisdale
11%
Hunt IIAugust 16, 19411941-1975Sold to India as Gomati, scrapped in 1975Lamerton
11%
Hunt IIFebruary 28, 19411941-1948Scrapped in 1948Liddesdale
11%
BattleCancelledN/AScrapped in the late 1950'sNamur
11%
HuntSeptember 21, 19401940-1944Sunk by human torpedo on August 3, 1944Quorn
11%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ARapier
11%
SMarch 11, 19441944-1944Transferred to Norway as Svenner, sunk by German torpedo boat on June 6, 1944Shark
11%
Hunt IIMay 28, 19411941-1946Transferred to Poland as Krakowiak, scrapped in 1959Silverton
11%
BattleSeptember 25, 19451945-1962Scrapped in 1967Solebay
11%
BattleJuly 12, 19461946-1957Scrapped in 1961St James
11%
BattleCancelledN/ABroken up on the slipwaySt Lucia
11%
Hunt IIIMay 19, 19431943-1961Scrapped in 1961Talybont
11%
HuntJune 5, 19401940-1943Sunk by U-593 on December 12, 1943Tynedale
11%
USeptember 24, 19431943-1964Scrapped in 1967Urchin
11%
VDecember 19, 19171917-1940Mined in the Thames estuary, October 1940Venetia
11%
VDecember 12, 19431943-1970Scrapped in 1972Verulam
11%
VSeptember 10, 19431943-1963Scrapped in 1965Vigilant
11%
BattleDecember 9, 19461946-1959Scrapped in 1964Vigo
11%
VMay 28, 19181918-1945Scrapped in 1948Vivien
11%
WApril 25, 19441944-1976Transferred to South Africa, scrapped in 1976Whelp
11%
WJuly 20, 19441944-1966Foundered in 1974,Whirlwind
11%
WMarch 15, 19181918-1940Sunk by U-5 on July 5, 1940Whirlwind
11%
HuntFebruary 5, 19421942-1944Mined on December 14, 1944Aldenham
7%
BattleFebruary 14, 19471947-1968Scrapped in 1978Barrosa
7%
HuntNovember 3, 19411941-1956Transferred to Norway as Haugesund, scrapped in 1965Beaufort
7%
HuntJune 6, 19401940-1942Scuttled on August 19, 1942 after being bombedBerkeley
7%
Hunt IIApril 14, 19421942-1965Transferred to Denmark as Esbern Snare, scrapped in 1966Blackmore
7%
HuntApril 11, 19411941-1957Scrapped in 1958Blankney
7%
HuntDecember 11, 19421942-1942Sunk by U-443 on December 11, 1942Blean
7%
HuntApril 16, 19421942-1956Scrapped in 1956Bleasdale
7%
HuntDecember 14, 19401940-1948Scrapped in 1957Blencathra
7%
HuntJune 27, 19421942-1959Transferred to Greece as Pindos, scrapped in 1960Bolebroke
7%
HuntJuly 20, 19421942-1945Transferred to Greece as Adrias, scrapped in 1945Border
7%
Hunt IIJune 16, 19421942-1959Transferred to Greece as Themistoklis, scrapped in 1960Bramham
7%
Hunt IVFebruary 12, 19431942-1965?Scrapped in 1965Brissenden
7%
Hunt IIMay 9, 19411941-1968Scrapped in 1968Brocklesby
7%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ACarronade
7%
Hunt IIIJune 12, 19421942-1963Sold to Greece, Scrapped in 1963Catterick
7%
HuntJuly 22, 19401940-1946Scrapped in 1957Cattistock
7%
HuntSeptember 18, 19401940-1945Scrapped in 1959Cleveland
7%
HuntNovember 16, 19401940-1956Scrapped in 1957Cotswold
7%
HuntJune 29, 19411941-1957Scrapped in 1957Croome
7%
DaringCancelledN/AN/ADemon
7%
DaringCancelledN/AN/ADervish
7%
DaringCancelledN/AN/ADesire
7%
HuntSeptember 28, 19411941-1943Sunk by German glide bomb on November 13, 1943Dulverton
7%
Hunt IIIDecember 7, 19421942-1947Scrapped in 1953Easton
7%
Hunt IIIJanuary 21, 19431943-1968Transferred to West Germany as Brommy, scrapped in 1969Eggesford
7%
HuntAugust 28, 19401940-1956Scrapped in 1956Eglinton
7%
HuntNovember 6, 19421942-1944Irreparably damaged by mine on July 24, 1944Goathland
7%
Hunt IIFebruary 5, 19421942-1942Sunk by U-77 on June 12, 1942Grove
7%
HuntDecember 15, 19421942-1945Transferred to Free French as La Combattante, Mined on February 23, 1945Haldon
7%
HuntJune 8, 19401940-1955Scrapped in 1957Hambledon
7%
HuntJuly 27, 19421942-1959Transferred to Greece as Kanaris, Scrapped in 1960Hatherleigh
7%
Hunt IIJune 21, 19411941-1942Sunk by U-652 on March 20, 1942Heythrop
7%
HuntSeptember 16, 19421942-1943Sunk by U-593 on December 12, 1943Holcombe
7%
HuntAugust 10, 19401940-1946Scrapped in 1956Holderness
7%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/AHowitzer
7%
Hunt IIApril 2, 19421942-1960Transferred to Greece as Kriti, scrapped in 1960Hursley
7%
Hunt IIOctober 5, 19411941-1943Mined on October 22, 1943Hurworth
7%
HuntDecember 30, 19401940-1978Transferred to Ecuador, Scrapped in 1978?Meynell
7%
Hunt IIJanuary 10, 19421942-1955Scrapped in 1957Middleton
7%
BattleCancelledN/AScrapped immediately upon launchingNavarino
7%
HuntJune 17, 19411941-1942Transferred to Poland as Kujawiak, mined on June 16, 1942Oakley
7%
BattleCancelledN/ABroken up on the slipwayOmdurman
7%
BattleCancelledN/AScrapped in the late 1950'sOudenarde
7%
Hunt IIIAugust 25, 19421942-1942Sunk by German E boat on December 3, 1942Penylan
7%
BattleCancelledN/AScrapped immediately upon launchingPoictiers
7%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/APoniard
7%
HuntFebruary 6, 19411941-1978Sold to Ecuador, scrapped in 1978Quantock
7%
BattleCancelledN/ABroken up on the slipwayRiver Plate
7%
BattleCancelledN/ABroken up on the slipwaySan Domingo
7%
Hunt INovember 8, 19401940-1946Scrapped in 1956Southdown
7%
Hunt IIOctober 9, 19411941-1942Mined on March 24, 1942Southwold
7%
BattleCancelledN/AScrapped immediately upon launchingTalavera
7%
Hunt IIDecember 2, 19411941-1957Scrapped in 1957Tetcott
7%
BattleCancelledN/AScrapped immediately upon launchingTrincomalee
7%
HuntFebruary 28, 19411941-1959Scrapped in 1959Whaddon
7%
HuntNovember 3, 19411941-1957Scrapped in 1957Wheatland
7%
Hunt IVDecember 18, 19421942-1945Scrapped in 1961Brecon
4%
WeaponCancelledN/AN/ACelt
4%
GCancelledN/AN/AGael
4%
GCancelledN/AN/AGift
4%
GCancelledN/AN/AGuernsey
4%
HuntOctober 24, 19421942-1956Scrapped in 1958Haydon
4%
HuntOctober 24, 19421942-1943Sunk by German torpedo boat T22 on October 23, 1943Limbourne
4%
HuntOctober 10, 19421942-1956Scrapped in 1956Melbreak
4%
HuntNovember 25, 19521942-1959Transferred to Greece as Miaoulis, scrapped in 1960Modbury
4%
HuntNovember 4, 19421942-1946Scrapped in 1946Rockwood
4%
Hunt IIIMarch 18, 19431943-1959Scrapped in 1959Stevenstone
4%
Hunt IIISeptember 4, 19421942-1962Transferred to Greece as Adrias, returned, scrapped in 1964Tanatside
4%
HuntMay 7, 19421942-1968Sold to West Germany as Gneisenau, scrapped in 1977Tickham
4%

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