HMS St. Donats
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.)|
|Launched||21 Jun 1924|
|Lost||1 Mar 1941|
|Loss position||53° 28'N, 1° 01'E|
Completed on 3 September 1924.
HMT St. Donats (T/Skr. Frederick Lawrence Atkinson, RNR) was sunk in a collision with escort destroyer HMS Cotswold (Lt.Cdr. P.J. Knowling, RN) off Spurn, Yorkshire, England on 1 March 1941.
Commands listed for HMS St. Donats
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|1||Skr. Wilfred Thompson, RNR||Jun 1940||20 Aug 1940|
|2||George William Edward Honhold, RNR||20 Aug 1940||14 Dec 1940|
|3||T/Skr. Fred Lawrence Atkinson, RNR||14 Dec 1940||1 Mar 1941|
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Notable events involving St. Donats include:
The wreck of the St. Donats lies in position 53°28'39"N, 01°01'09"E.
HMS Cotswold was under repair for about a month.