HMS Fandango (T 107)
ASW Trawler of the Dance class
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Built by||Cochrane & Sons shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.) : Amos & Smith|
|Ordered||9 Sep 1939|
|Laid down||24 Oct 1939|
|Launched||26 Mar 1940|
|Commissioned||11 Jul 1940|
|History||Sold in 1946.|
Commands listed for HMS Fandango (T 107)
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|1||T/Lt. Frank Clifford Hopkins, RNR||3 Jul 1940||4 Nov 1940|
|2||T/Lt. George Edwin Mabbott, RNVR||4 Nov 1940||20 Jun 1941|
|3||Lt. John Anthony Thornton Maishman, RNR||20 Jun 1941||Jan 1942|
|4||T/Lt. Alfred Leslie Jasper, RNVR||Jan 1942||1 Oct 1942|
|5||T/Lt. Arthur Graham Fisher, RNR||1 Oct 1942||3 Apr 1944|
|6||T/Lt. Bernard Hugh Firman, RNVR||3 Apr 1944||late 1945|
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Notable events involving Fandango include:
21 Sep 1940
The British tanker Invershannon is torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-99 480 nautical miles west of Bloody Foreland in position 55°40'N, 22°04'W. 17 survivors were later picked up by the British sloop HMS Flamingo (Cdr. J.H. Huntley, RN) and 15 survivors were picked up by the British ASW trawler HMS Fandango (T/Lt. F.C. Hopkins, RNVR).
30 May 1943
HMS Fandango (T/Lt. A.G. Fisher, RNR) picks up 63 survivors from the American merchant Flora MacDonald that was torpedoed and heavily damaged by German U-boat U-126 south of Freetown in position 07°15'N, 13°20'W.