Armed boarding vessel
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Type||Armed boarding vessel|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||A. Stephen & Sons Ltd. (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Launched||17 Nov 1914|
|Commissioned||21 Oct 1939|
|Lost||29 Apr 1941|
Passenger / cargo vessel completed on 17 December 1914. Taken in hand for fitting out as Armed boarding vessel at Bombay on 3 September 1939. Fitting out completed on 21 October 1939. Displacement: 3081 GRT. Dimensions: 100.7 x 14.1 feet. Armament: 2 4" guns (2x1), 1 2pdr AA, 2 .303" MG AA (2x2) Speed: 12 knots.
HMS Chakla (Cdr. Leslie Charles Bach, RD, RNR) was sunk by German aircraft inside Tobruk harbour on 29 April 1941.
Commands listed for HMS Chakla
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|1||Cdr. Leslie Charles Bach, RD, RNR||19 Aug 1939||29 Apr 1941|
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