Allied Warships

HMIS St. Anthony (4.149)

Auxiliary patrol vessel

NavyThe Royal Indian Navy
TypeAuxiliary patrol vessel
Class[No specific class] 
Built byHenry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.) 
Laid down 
Launched25 Jan 1936 
End service 
HistoryCompleted in February 1936 as passenger ship.
Displacement: 452 tons.
Dimentions: 55.8 x 9.8 feet.

Requisitioned by the RIN on 14 October 1939.
Returned to her owner in 1945.  

Commands listed for HMIS St. Anthony (4.149)

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1T/S.Lt. John Abbot, RINR2 Nov 19393 Jan 1940
2Lt. Anthony Troughton Bond, RIN3 Jan 19404 Dec 1940
3Lt. Maurice Gilbert Collins, RIN4 Dec 19408 Jan 1941
4T/Lt. E H O Bryan, RINR8 Jan 19419 Oct 1941
5T/Lt.Cdr. Leonard Gordon Bingham, RINR9 Oct 19417 Mar 1942
6T/Lt. Guy William Patrick O'Donoghue, RINR7 Mar 19421 Dec 1942
7W E Vangeysel, RINR1 Dec 19427 Jun 1944
8T/Lt. Zahidbeg Nadarbeg Mirza, RINR7 Jun 1944early 45 ?

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Notable events involving St. Anthony include:

29 Dec 1939
HMIS St. Anthony (T/S.Lt. J. Abbot, RINR) suffered serious damage to her engine room following the sheering of bottom end bolts in port engine. It is expected repairs would take until about 20 January 1940.

13 Jan 1940
HMIS St. Anthony (Lt. A.T. Bond, RIN) completed repairs to her engine room.

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