Mine Warfare Ships
Hunt Class LOA 196′ / 59.7 m TDISP 750 tons (13 built, 6 active with RN, 3 active with Greece and Lithuania, 1 Greek ship sunk, service since 1981)
HMS Brecon M-29 (1979-2005) transferred 2008 to become the static training ship at HMS Raleigh. Moored off Jupiter Point.
Sandown Class LOA 172′ / 52.4 m TDISP 600 tons (12 built for RN, 3 decommissioned and 3 transferred to Estonia. 3 built for Saudi Arabia, 7 active, service since 1998)
River class Fleet Minesweepers LOA 154′ / 46.9 m TISP 900 tons (12 built, RN service 1984-1994, transferred to Brazil, Bangladesh, and Guyana, still in service)
Ton class Coastal Minesweepers LOA 153′ / 46.6 m TDISP 450 tons (119 built, service in several navies, all retired) Mahogany-hulled. See Royal Australian Navy pages for other examples.
HMS Bronington M-1115 (1954-1988) From 1989 to 2016 she was preserved, as a museum ship or awaiting restoration, and was in the collection of the Warship Preservation Trust before its closure. In 2016 she sank at the dock, and has remained half-submerged.
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