HMIS Parvati (4.179)
Auxiliary patrol vessel
|Navy||The Royal Indian Navy|
|Type||Auxiliary patrol vessel|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||Grangemouth Dry Dock Co. (Grangemouth, Scotland)|
|Launched||13 Sep 1927|
|Commissioned||21 Nov 1939|
|Lost||30 Apr 1941|
|Loss position||13° 11'N, 42° 54'E|
The Indian auxiliary patrol vessel HMIS Parvati (4.179) lost on 30 Apr 1941 in position 13° 11'N, 42° 54'E.
Completed in November 1927 as passenger/cargo vessel. Displacement: 1542 tons. Dimensions: 76.2 x 11.6 feet.
Requisitioned by the RIN on 29 October 1939. Mined in the Red Sea, north-east of Assab in position 13º11'N, 42º54'E. One officer and twelve ratings were killed.
Commands listed for HMIS Parvati (4.179)
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|1||H A Romer, RINVR||20 Dec 1939||7 Jan 1940|
|2||D G C Courtenay, RINVR||7 Jan 1940||Oct 40 ?|
|3||H A Romer, RINVR||Oct 40 ?||21 Dec 1940|
|4||Lt. Hajee Mohammed Siddiq Choudry, RIN||21 Dec 1940||30 Apr 1941|
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