Sussex Shipbuilding Company, Shoreham, Sussex 4/11/41
- TSLt W Lockhead RNVR 110th ML Flotilla Commanding Officer HDML 1086 from build
- TLt N L McGawley RNVR 110th ML Flotilla Commanding Officer HDML 1086 13/3/43 TLt 23/7/43 Commanding Officer HDML 1404 29/5/44 HMS Hornet Commanding Officer ML 113 7/2/45
- TSLt G D Petrie SANF(V) ) TSLt 1/3/44 Commanding Officer HDML 1086 4/44 HMS Paladin (Destroyer)
- TASLt P W Griffin RNR 110th ML Flotilla HDML 1086 10/42 TSLt 15/11/43 HMS Victorious (Aircraft Carrier)
- TSLt D H Thomas RNVR TSLt 9/3/43 110th ML Flotilla HDML 1086 1944
- TSLt R A J Webb RNVR HDML 1376 14/6/43 TSLt 12/9/43 Commanding Officer HDML 1086 7/2/45
- TASLt P D Catlow RNVR TMid 10/3/44 108th ML Flotilla (Freetown, Sierra Leone) HDML 1066 12/44 110th ML Flotilla HDML 1086 18/12/44 TASLt 18/12/44
- 1/1/42 110th ML Flotilla
(Destined for East Indies)
ML 1057 and ML 1080 at Hamble awaiting freighting.
ML 1072, ML 1082, ML 1084, ML 1086, ML 1087 and ML 1088 to be freighted upon completion
Transported to South Africa
110th ML Flotilla
HDMLs 1057, 1080, 1086, 1098
- 10/2/42 HDMLs 1086 and 1098 departed Durban for Kilindini, Kenya, tasked to escort two boom defence vessels to Addu Attol in the Maldives. Six days later, at Port Victoria in the Seychelles, HDML 1098 tasked to recover US personnel from Coetivy Island, 160 miles south of Mahe, before rejoining at Addu Attol.
Anti-submarine patrols at Addu Attol
After twelve days, HDMLs 1086 and 1098, with a corvette, tasked to escort water carrier to Colombo. (Distance to Colombo is 600 miles, but the required route to avoid contact with Japanese forces doubles that and HDML 1098 arrives in Colombo with 20 gallons left.)
Patrolled Trincomelee and Colombo
- 9/9/45 Operation Zipper – Invasion of Malaya diverted to Penang.
Post War History
- 10/46 For disposal