Allied Warships

HMS Tervani (4.110)

MS Trawler

NavyThe Royal Navy
TypeMS Trawler
Class[No specific class] 
Built byCook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.) 
Laid down 
Launched8 Oct 1930 
Commissioned 1941 
Lost7 Feb 1943 
Loss position37° 22'N, 6° 14'E

Completed on 10 November 1930.
Taken over by the Admiralty in 1941.
Displacement: 409 tons.
Armament: 1 12pdr AA gun.

HMS Tervani (Skr. Frederick George Blockwell, RNR) was sunk off Cape Bougaroni, Algeria in position 37º22'N, 06º14'E by the Italian submarine Platino at 2327 hours on 7 February 1943.


Commands listed for HMS Tervani (4.110)

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1T/Skr. George Douglas, RNR1 Nov 193916 Sep 1940
2T/Skr. John Cormack, RNR16 Sep 1940mid 1941

3Skr. David Main Mein, DSC, RNR9 Aug 1941Sep 1942
4Skr. Frederick George Blockwell, RNRSep 19427 Feb 1943 (+)

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