HMS Delight (1933) DD  (11th)

This the eleventh ship to carry the name HMS Delight was a D Class, destroyer.

Built by Fairfield, laid down 22-Apr-1931, launched 02-Jun-1932, and commissioned 30-Jan-1933.

At the start of WW2, was on the China Station, ordered initially to the Mediterranean, then back to home waters with the Home Fleet, Scapa Flow.

Took part in Dunkirk operations, and sunk 29-Jul-1940 from air attack off Portland.

Won the Battle Honour: Norway 1940.


Other HMS Delight
- 1st  HMS Delight
- 2nd HMS Delight
- 3rd HMS Delight
- 4th HMS Delight
- 5th HMS Delight
- 6th HMS Delight
- 7th HMS Delight
- 8th HMS Delight
- 9th HMS Delight
- 10th HMS Delight
- 11th HMS Delight
- 12th HMS Delight

- D Class (1932) DD
- Specifications
- Ships
- Plans/Schematics
- Pictures
- Full Battle Honours

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This page last edited - 12 May, 2013.

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