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HMS MANITOULIN T280

HMS Manitoulin T280 at Little Current in Oct 1942

Source: Mariners Weather Log

Credit: Norman Smith

 

 

Laid down: 25 Nov 1941

Launched: 23 Apr 1942

Commissioned: 28 Sep 1942

Paid off: 17 Jun 1945

 

Built at Midland, Ont for the RN, she was commissioned on 28 Sep 1942 as HMS Manitoulin. She was loaned to the RCN, though never commissioned in the RCN; and was manned by RN personnel.  She arrived at Halifax on 04 Apr 1943 to join the Halifax Local Defence Force. Returned to the RN at Plymouth and paid off on 17 Jun 1945, she was later sold for civilian use.

 

Commanding Officers

Lt. William Atkinson, RNR - Mar 1942 - 28 May 1944

T/Lt. Herbert Norman Weston, RNVR - 28 May 1944 - 17 Jun 1945

 

 

Photos and Documents

 

 

Links

 

HMS Mantioulin - Mariners Weather Log - A great history of her service after the war

After the War - HMS Manitoulin

 

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