Laid Down in Portsmouth dockyard in 1933, launched February 1934.
|Machinery:||2 shaft, parsons geared turbines|
|Dimensions:||Length 343 ft, Beam 34 ft|
|Speed:||36.5 knots (67.5 kmh)|
|Armament:||5 x 4.7in MK1 x Guns, 4 x 2PDR Pom Pom, 8 x 21in depth charges, 3 x 4 tube torpedo launchers|
NOTE: The Exmouth was built as the flotilla leader of 8 'E' Class destroyers and as such was lengthened by 14 feet with an extra 4.7 in gun, and accommodation for a Captain (D) and his small staff.
Built in 1936 by Furness Shipping Company at Havertone Hill.
|Dimensions:||Length 296 ft, Beam 44ft|
FATE: 6 September 1941 beached near Salamis after being damaged by a parachute mine during a German air raid at Pireaeus, Greece.
Wreck was broken up after November 1945.
Built by Germania Werft (Kiel), launched 27 July 1936, type IIB.
|Machinery:||2 shaft diesel /electric motors|
|Dimensions:||140 x 13.5 x 12.75 feet|
|Displacement:||279 / 329 tons|
|Speed:||12 knots (surface)|
|Armament:||1 x 20mm AA gun, 3 x 2 in torpedo tubes, all forward, 6 torpedoes or 8 mines|
FATE: Lost with all hands March 1940 in the North Sea/Skagerak possibly by mine.
Captain Karl-Heinrich Jenisch.