- HNLMS De Ruyter: Dutch light cruiser sunk 27 February 1942 by torpedo from heavy cruiser Haguro during Battle of the Java Sea.
- HNLMS Eversten Dutch destroyer forced aground by destroyers Murakumo and Shirakumo.
- HNLMS Java: Dutch light cruiser sunk 27 February 1942 by torpedo from heavy cruiser Nachi during Battle of Java Sea.
- HNLMS K VII Dutch submarine sunk 18 February 1942 by land-based naval bombers while in Surabaya harbor.
- HNLMS K XVI Dutch submarine sunk 25 December 1941 by submarine I-66(later I-166).
- HNLMS K XVIII Dutch submarine damaged 24 January 1942 by depth charges from destroyers, which later force her scuttling.
- HNLMS Kortenaer Sunk by torpedo fired by heavy cruiser Haguro during Battle of the Java Sea.
- HNLMS O-20 Dutch submarine sunk 19 December 1941 by destroyers Uranami, Ayanami and Yugiri.
- HNLMS Piet Hein Sunk by torpedoes and gunfire from destroyers Arashio and Ushio during the battle of Badoeng Strait.
- HNLMS Prins van Oranje Dutch minelayer sunk 11 January 1942 by destroyer Yamakaze and patrol boat P38.
- HNLMS Van Nes Sunk 17 February 1942 by carrier based planes from light carrier Ryujo.
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