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HMS Boreas - World Naval Ships Directory

HMS Boreas

Name : HMS Boreas
Laid Down : 22nd July 1929
Launched : 18th July 1930
Completed : 20th February 1931
Type : Destroyer
Class : B
Builder : Palmer
Country : UK
Pennants : H77
Fate : Lent to Greece (Salamis) 5th April 1944.
Later became : Salamis

Displacement: 1,360 tons Speed: 35kts Complement: 138. Armament: Four 4.7 inch guns, two 2 pdr anti-aircraft guns and eight 21 inch torpedo tubes.

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HMS Boreas, January 1938.


HMS Boreas (P)

Timeline Entries :


18th July 1930 - Pennant H77
18th July 1930 - Launched
1st September 1931 - 7th Destroyer Flotilla, Mediterranean
1st September 1931 - Sailed Malta
3rd September 1931 - Arrived Skiathos
11th September 1931 - Arrived Thasos
11th September 1931 - Sailed Skiathos
24th September 1931 - Arrived Mudros
24th September 1931 - Sailed Thasos
6th October 1931 - Arrived Milos
16th October 1931 - Sailed Milos
17th October 1931 - Arrived Suda Bay
26th October 1931 - Arrived Malta
7th January 1932 - Sailed Malta
29th January 1932 - Arrived Malta
30th March 1932 - Arrived Cagliari
5th April 1932 - Arrived Bizerta
14th April 1932 - Arrived Aranci Bay
22nd April 1932 - Arrived Malta
22nd April 1932 - Lt. Cmdr. T. M. Pizey in Command
1st October 1932 - Lt. Cmdr. T. M. Pizey in Command
1st October 1932 - 4th Destroyer Flotilla. Mediterranean Fleet
14th January 1933 - Arrived Suda Bay
25th January 1933 - Sailed Suda Bay
25th January 1933 - Arrived Gulf of Patras
1st February 1933 - Arrived Malta
7th March 1933 - Sailed Malta for Pollensa Bay
10th March 1933 - Arrived Palma
28th March 1933 - Sailed Pollensa for Golfe Juan
30th March 1933 - Arrived Golfe Juan
3rd April 1933 - Sailed Golfe Juan for Leghorn
3rd April 1933 - Arrived Leghorn
12th April 1933 - Arrived Gulf of St. Tropez
24th April 1933 - Sailed Gulf of St. Tropez
24th April 1933 - Sailed St. Tropez for Malta
27th April 1933 - Arrived Malta
27th April 1933 - Arrived Malta
19th July 1933 - Arrived Venice
5th August 1933 - Arrived Kotor
27th October 1933 - Sailed UK for Gibraltar and work up
4th December 1933 - Sailed Gibralta for Malta
9th January 1934 - Sailed Malta for cruise
10th January 1934 - Sailed Malta for short winter cruise
25th January 1934 - Arrived Malta
3rd March 1934 - Sailed Malta for Gibraltar
23rd March 1934 - Sailed Gibraltar
27th March 1934 - Arrived Golfe Juan
10th April 1934 - Arrived Gulf of St. Tropez
24th April 1934 - Sailed St. Tropez for Malta
15th August 1934 - Arrived Malta
31st August 1934 - Arrived Malaluka Bay
8th October 1934 - Arrived Rogoznica
10th January 1935 - Sailed Malta
12th January 1935 - Arrived Port Itea
15th January 1935 - Arrived Gibraltar
21st January 1935 - Arrived Anchorage x
21st January 1935 - Sailed Port Itea
23rd January 1935 - Sailed Anchorage x
25th January 1935 - Arrived Malta
28th February 1935 - Sailed Malta
4th March 1935 - Arrived Gibraltar
6th March 1935 - Sailed Gibraltar
6th March 1935 - Commenced Combined Fleet Exercises
16th March 1935 - Completed Combined Fleet Exercises
16th March 1935 - Arrived Gibraltar
22nd April 1935 - Sailed Gibraltar
22nd April 1935 - Sailed Gibraltar for Malta
22nd April 1935 - 4th Destroyer Flotilla
25th April 1935 - Arrived Malta
26th April 1935 - Arrived Malta
29th April 1935 - Sailed Malta
2nd May 1935 - Arrived Haifa
10th May 1935 - Sailed Haifa
14th May 1935 - Arrived Malta
16th July 1935 - Attended 1935 Spithead Fleet Review
31st July 1935 - Arrived Malta
27th July 1936 - Sailed Gibraltar
5th March 1937 - Arrived Gibraltar
22nd May 1937 - Arrived Portland
5th June 1937 - Arrived Portsmouth
7th August 1937 - Arrived Portsmouth
2nd March 1938 - Picked up survivors from Spanish Cruiser Baleares
2nd March 1938 - Cdr. J.W.M. Eaton in Command
6th March 1938 - Arrived and Siled Oran
12th March 1938 - Sailed Tangier for Gibraltar
29th March 1938 - Arrived Portsmouth
5th July 1938 - 4th Destroyer Flotilla
5th July 1938 - Commenced Combined exercises
10th July 1938 - Completed Combined exercises
1st August 1938 - Sailed the Downs for Southwold
1st March 1939 - Arrived Rosyth
28th March 1939 - Lt.Cdr. Michael Wilfred Tomkinson, RN In Command
30th April 1939 - Sailed Portsmouth for Portland
27th July 1939 - Sailed Portsmouth
August 1939 - Attached to Aircraft Carriers, Home Fleet
15th August 1939 - Sailed Scapa Flow for exercises
31st August 1939 - Sailed Dover on patrol
3rd September 1939 - 19th Destroyer Flotilla, Division 37, Nore Command
13th October 1939 - Picked up three survivors and five bodies from U-40. 9 miles 155° from the S Goodwin Light Vessel.
18th October 1939 - Attacked north of the Goodwin Sands by a German seaplane, but no damage was done.
29th October 1939 - Repairing at Portsmouth. Assigned to the 19th Destroyer Flotilla at Harwich
31st October 1939 - At Portsmouth for repairs
27th November 1939 - Joined Convoy OA.42. Detached same day
10th December 1939 - Sailed Dover for Boulogneescorting HMS Corington with HM King George VI
14th December 1939 - Escorting minelayer Princess Victoria
1st February 1940 - Arrived Rosyth from Harwich
1st February 1940 - Transferred to the Rosyth Command to assist in anti-submarine patrols
2nd February 1940 - Sailed Rosyth for anti-submarine operations off Kinnaird Head.
3rd February 1940 - Took off Survivors from HMS Sphinx
4th February 1940 - Arrived Invergordon
7th February 1940 - Sailed Aberdeen for minelay LD 2 in the North Sea
7th February 1940 - Damage repaired at Aberdeen
8th February 1940 - Arrived Rosyth
8th February 1940 - Sailed Scapa Flow
8th February 1940 - Searched for a submarine, nine miles 207° from Sumburgh Head
9th February 1940 - Searched for a submarine reported one mile SSE of Buchan Ness
9th February 1940 - Patrolled in the vicinity of Rattray Head.
11th February 1940 - Arrived Aberdeen
14th February 1940 - Searched for a submarine contact in Moray Firth
14th February 1940 - Detached from submarine hunting off Rattray Head
15th February 1940 - Arrived Invergordon. Sailed same day to escort the collision-damaged HMS Duncan
22nd February 1940 - Sailed Rosyth for the Humber.
22nd February 1940 - Sailed Rosyth on minelaying operation PA 1 in the North Sea.
24th February 1940 - Sailed Immingham for Invergordon
24th February 1940 - Sailed the Humber for Rosyth.
26th February 1940 - Arrived Invergordon
29th February 1940 - Sailed minelaying Operation PA2 in Moray Firth
2nd March 1940 - Arrived in the Tyne
2nd March 1940 - Sailed the Tyne escorting Convoy FS.110
2nd March 1940 - Sailed the Tyne in Convoy FS.10 for the Humber
4th March 1940 - Arrived Southend with Convoy FS.110
1st April 1940 - 19th Destroyer Flotilla 37th Division Captain D
1st April 1940 - Lt. Cdr. M.W. Tomkinson in Command
1st April 1940 - Repairing at London
19th November 1940 - Lt.Cdr. David Hugh Maitland-Makgill-Crichton, DSC, RN In Command
8th December 1941 - Lt.Cdr. Eric Lister Jones, DSC, RN In Command
1944 - Sold to Greece

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