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HMS Ibis (U99)
Photograph of HMS Ibis in 1941, from the Imperial War Museum
Career Royal Navy Ensign
Name: HMS Ibis
Builder: Furness Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.
Laid down: 22 September 1939
Launched: 28 November 1940
Completed: 30 August 1941
Fate: Sunk by torpedo, 10 November 1942
General characteristics
Class & type: Black Swan-class sloop

HMS Ibis (U99) was a Black Swan-class sloop of the Royal Navy, named after the Ibis.

Ibis, built by Furness Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Haverton Hill-on-Tees, Co. Durham, was laid down on 22 September 1939, launched on 28 November 1940, and completed 30 August 1941. Ibis was sunk by an airborne torpedo from an Italian aircraft in the Western Mediterranean, north of Algiers on 10 November 1942.

Notes

References

  • Hague, Arnold (1993). Sloops: A History of the 71 Sloops Built in Britain and Australia for the British, Australian and Indian Navies 1926–1946. Kendal, England: World Ship Society. ISBN 0-905617-67-3. 

Coordinates: 37°0′N 3°0′E / 37°N 3°E / 37; 3


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