HMS Untiring

England,Europe

HMS Untiring was an U class submarine laid down for Royal Navy at Vickers Armstrong in Newcastle Upon Tyne in December 1941, and was launched in January 1943. She did a total of fifteen war patrols during Second World War, and are credited to have sunk eleven enemy ships. 25.July 1945 she was decommissioned from Royal Navy and lent to the Greek Navy. She served in the Greek Navy for seven years under the name Xifias. In 1952 she was returned to Royal Navy. 25. July 1957 she was used as a sonar target and deliberately sunk outside Devon. The wreck rest today on a depth of 55 meter in Bigbury Bay.


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Untiring
Xifias Y-10
191,0 x 16,1 x 15,2 f
     
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540 displ ( surfaced )
Newcastle Upon Tyne ( UK ) 1943
( UK )
 

Last updated: January 2021