HMAS Maroubra

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Career (Australia) Civil Ensign of the United Kingdom
Name: Maroubra
Owner: Australian Petroleum Company Ltd
Launched: 1930
Career (Australia (RAN))
Name: Maroubra
Commissioned: 21 September 1942
Fate: Sunk on 10 May 1943
General characteristics

HMAS Maroubra (FY.40/MR) was a cutter[citation needed] operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during World War II. She was launched in 1930 by Norman Wright, Brisbane. The ship was requisitioned by the RAN on 30 July 1942. She was sunk by Japanese aircraft at Millingimbi, Northern Territory on 10 May 1943.

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