S and T Class Destroyer - S Class

S Class

  • Saumarez
  • Savage
  • Scorpion (to Royal Dutch Navy as Hr Ms Kortenaar, 1945)
  • Scourge (to Royal Dutch Navy as Hr Ms Evertsen, 1946)
  • Serapis (to Royal Dutch Navy as Hr Ms Piet Hein, 1945)
  • Shark (to Norway as Svenner) (lost on 6 June 1944)
  • Success (to Norway as Stord)
  • Swift (lost on 24 June 1944)

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