Here you will find photos of the various vessels in the Task Force 72 fleet.
Built in Canada and commissioned in Nov 1941. De-commissioned 1945. Now a museum ship at Halifax, Canada and last remaining of 266 Flower Class Corvettes. Built by/Owner: Mick Davis
Formerly HMS ACANTHUS. Crewed by the Norwegian Navy and transferred to Norway after WWII then renamed ANDENNES. Sold in 1956, became a whaler. Builder/Owner: Mick Davis, FB Canberra
A Bathurst class Corvette circa 1945, British Pacific Fleet. B 251. Builder: Mark Buttsworth, FB Greater Sydney
HMCS Sackville was converted to a variety of Arctic research, weather ship and cable laying roles post WWII. Built by/Owner: Bob Murdoch
K175, first of the Pacific coast built Flower Class Corvettes to enter service with the Royal Canadian Navy. Convoy escort during Battle of the Atlantic Builder:John Harriott, FB Canberra