List of Allied convoys during World War II by region

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For an alphabetical listing of convoy codes, see List of Allied convoy codes during World War II.
Aerial photo of a November 1942 UG convoy

This is a List of Allied convoys during World War II by region.

European Coastal Atlantic Convoys[edit]

Code Prefix Coastal Convoy Routes First Sailing Last Sailing Number of Convoys Notes
BB Belfast or River Clyde to Bristol Channel 1940 from Belfast - 1945 from Clyde 1943 from Belfast - 1945 from Clyde
BC Bristol Channel to Bay of Biscay outward and return convoys used same number
BD White Sea to Dikson Island September 1943
BK White Sea to Kola Inlet Summer 1941
BTC Bristol Channel to River Thames 1944 1945
CE St. Helens Roads to Southend-on-Sea
CW Southend-on-Sea to St. Helens Roads
DB Dikson Island to White Sea 1942
DF River Clyde to Faroe Islands military ferry service
DS River Clyde to Reykjavík military ferry service
EC Southend-on-Sea to Oban via Firth of Forth 1941 1941 temporary substitution for EN convoys
EN Methil, Fife to Oban via Loch Ewe temporarily replaced by EC convoys during 1941
FD Faroe Islands to River Clyde military ferry
FN River Thames to Firth of Forth
FP British Isles to Norway April 1940 May 1940 troop convoys
FS Firth of Forth to River Thames 1939 1945
GREYBACK Dieppe, Seine-Maritime to Newhaven, East Sussex ferry service
GS Grimsby to Southend-on-Sea 1940 1940
HM Holyhead to Milford Haven
HN Bergen to Methil, Fife 1939 1940
HXA Western Approaches to English Channel 1939 1945 English channel section of same numbered HX convoys - no sailings from 1940 to 1944
KB Kola Inlet to White Sea
KP Kola Inlet to Pechengsky District
MH Milford Haven to Holyhead
MT Methil, Fife to River Tyne
NP British Isles to Norway April 1940 May 1940 troop convoys
OA River Thames (or Methil, Fife after July 1940) to Liverpool 7 September 1939 24 October 1940 234 merged with OB convoy in the southwest approaches
OB Liverpool to the Atlantic Ocean 7 September 1939 21 July 1941 345 merged with OA convoy in the southwest approaches - ON and OS convoys replaced OB convoys
ON Methil, Fife to Bergen 1939 1940
PW Portsmouth to Wales
SD Iceland to River Clyde military ferry service
SG Southend-on-Sea to Grimsby 1940 1940
SILVERTIP Newhaven, East Sussex to Dieppe, Seine-Maritime ferry service
TBC River Thames to Bristol Channel 1944 1945
TM British Isles to Norway April 1940 May 1940 troop convoys
TP Norway to British Isles May 1940 May 1940 troop convoys
UR Loch Ewe (later Belfast) to Reykjavík
WN River Clyde, Oban and Loch Ewe to Firth of Forth
WP Wales to Portsmouth

North Atlantic Convoys[edit]

Code Prefix North Atlantic Routes First Sailing Last Sailing Number of Convoys Notes
AT United States to British Isles March 1942 1945 troopships
BHX Bermuda to Liverpool May 1940 March 1941 97 (# 41-137) sailed from Bermuda and merged with same number HX convoy at sea
CK Charleston, South Carolina to British Isles 1944 1944 rarely used
CT British Isles to Canada 1941 1941 troopships
CU Caribbean (later New York City) to Liverpool 20 March 1943 30 May 1945 73 14-knot convoys of tankers with some fast cargo ships
GUF Mediterranean to Chesapeake Bay 29 November 1942 16 April 1945 22 faster ships
GUS Mediterranean to Chesapeake Bay 21 December 1942 27 May 1945 92 slower ships
HG Gibraltar to Liverpool 26 September 1939 19 September 1942 89 replaced by MKS convoys after Operation Torch
HX Halifax Harbour (later New York City) to Liverpool 16 Sept 1939 23 May 1945 377 9-knot convoys for ships of sustained speeds less than 15 knots
HXF Halifax Harbour to Liverpool 29 Sept 1939 12 February 1940 17 fast sections of HX convoys
JW Iceland to White Sea 25 December 1942 12 May 1945 17 (# 51-67) replaced PQ convoys
KJ Kingston, Jamaica to United Kingdom
KMF Firth of Clyde to Mediterranean 26 October 1942 23 May 1945 45 faster ships to the Mediterranean
KMS Liverpool to Mediterranean 22 October 1942 27 April 1945 98 slower ships to the Mediterranean - 1st 12 sailed independently - remainder sailed with OS convoys and detached west of Gibraltar
MKF Mediterranean to Firth of Clyde or Liverpool 12 November 1942 4 June 1945 45 faster ships from the Mediterranean
MKS Mediterranean to Liverpool 12 November 1942 25 May 1945 103 slower ships from the Mediterranean- 1st 11 sailed independently - remainder merged with SL convoys west of Gibraltar
NA Canada to British Isles troopships
OG Liverpool to Gibraltar 2 October 1939 17 October 1943 95 early sailings every 5th merged OA/OB convoy became an OG convoy at sea - later OG convoys sailed from Liverpool
ON Liverpool to Halifax Harbour 26 July 1941 27 May 1945 307 replaced OB convoys for North American destinations - alternate convoys included slower ships until the ONS convoys started
ONS Liverpool to Halifax Harbour 15 March 1943 21 May 1945 51 slower ships westbound on the ON convoy route
OS Liverpool to Sierra Leone 24 July 1941 27 May 1945 131 replaced OB convoys for non-North American destinations - included KMS convoys detached west of Gibraltar
PQ Iceland to White Sea 29 September 1941 2 September 1942 18 replaced by JW convoys
QP White Sea to Iceland 28 September 1941 17 November 1942 15 replaced by RA convoys
RA White Sea to Scotland 30 December 1942 23 May 1945 17 (# 51-67) replaced QP convoys
RB United States to British Isles September 1942 September 1942 1 small passenger steamers
SC Sydney, Nova Scotia (or Halifax Harbour or New York City) to Liverpool 15 August 1940 26 May 1945 177 7-knot convoys of eastbound ships too slow for the 9-knot HX convoys
SL Sierra Leone to Liverpool 14 September 1939 25 November 1944 178 merged with MKS convoys west of Gibraltar
TA British Isles to United States large troopships
TC Canada to British Isles 1939 1941 troopships carrying Canadian troops
TCU Caribbean (later New York City) to Liverpool 14-knot CU convoys of tankers and fast cargo ships with troopships
TU British Isles to United States 1943 1944 troopships
TUC Liverpool to Caribbean (later New York City) 14-knot UC convoys of tankers and fast cargo ships with some troopships
UC Liverpool to Caribbean (later New York City) 15 February 1943 3 June 1945 71 14-knot convoys of tankers with some fast cargo ships
UGF Chesapeake Bay to Mediterranean 24 October 1942 8 April 1945 22 faster ships - (UGF-1) was the invasion force for Operation Torch
UGS Chesapeake Bay to Mediterranean 13 November 1942 28 May 1945 95 slower ships
UT United States to British Isles 1943 1944 troopships

North American Coastal and Caribbean Convoys[edit]

Code Prefix North American Coastal and Caribbean Routes First Sailing Last Sailing Number of Convoys Notes
AH Aruba to Halifax Harbour July 1942 September 1942 a brief tanker series
ARG Boston to Argentia, Newfoundland USN convoys
AW Aruba to Curaçao local tanker traffic
BS Corner Brook, Newfoundland to Sydney, Nova Scotia a brief series
BW Sydney, Nova Scotia to St. John's, Newfoundland 1942
BX Boston to Halifax Harbour 21 March 1942 22 May 1945
CK Havana, Cuba to Key West, Florida
CL St. John's, Newfoundland to Sydney, Nova Scotia
CP Curaçao to Panama Canal 1942 1942
CW Panama Canal to Key West, Florida
CZ Curaçao to Panama Canal
FH St. John, New Brunswick to Halifax Harbour late 1942
G Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to Puerto Rico
GAT Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to Trinidad via Aruba
GJ Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to Kingston, Jamaica
GK Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to Key West, Florida
GM Galveston, Texas to Mississippi River
GN Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to New York City
GP Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to Panama Canal
GS Greenland to Sydney, Nova Scotia or St. John's, Newfoundland USN escorted convoys
GZ Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to Panama Canal 1942
HA Halifax Harbour to Curaçao 1942 September 1942 replaced HT convoys
HF Halifax Harbour to St. John, New Brunswick
HHX Halifax Harbour to meet HX convoys originating in New York City at the Halifax Ocean Meeting Point (HOMP)
HJ Halifax Harbour to St. John's, Newfoundland
HK Houston, Texas to Key West, Florida
HON Halifax Harbour to ON convoys at the Halifax Ocean Meeting Point (HOMP)
HS Halifax Harbour to Sydney, Nova Scotia
HT Halifax Harbour to Trinidad May 1942 1942 replaced by HA convoys
JG Kingston, Jamaica to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
JH St. John's, Newfoundland to Halifax Harbour
JN St. John's, Newfoundland to Labrador
KG Key West, Florida to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
KH Key West, Florida to Houston, Texas
KN Key West, Florida to New York City
KP Key West, Florida to Mississippi River
KS New York City to Key West, Florida
KW Key West, Florida to Havana, Cuba
LC Sydney, Nova Scotia to St. John's, Newfoundland
LN St. Lawrence River to Labrador
MG Mississippi River to Galveston, Texas
NG New York City to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
NJ Newfoundland (island) coast to St. John's, Newfoundland
NK New York City to Key West, Florida
NL Labrador to St. Lawrence River
PG Panama Canal to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base 1942 1942
PK Mississippi River to Key West, Florida
QS Quebec to Sydney, Nova Scotia
SB Sydney, Nova Scotia to Corner Brook, Newfoundland 1942
SG Sydney, Nova Scotia (later St. John's, Newfoundland) to Greenland 1942 1942 USN escorted convoys
SH Sydney, Nova Scotia to Halifax Harbour
SHX Sydney, Nova Scotia to HX convoys
SJ San Juan, Puerto Rico to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
SQ Sydney, Nova Scotia to Quebec
TAG Trinidad to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base via Aruba 1942
TAW Trinidad to Key West via Curaçao 1942 1942
TG Trinidad to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base
TH Trinidad to Halifax Harbour 1942 1942
TO Trinidad to Curaçao
WA Curaçao to Aruba
WAT Key West to Trinidad via Curaçao
WS Wabana, Newfoundland and Labrador to Sydney, Nova Scotia
XB Halifax Harbour to Boston 18 March 1942
ZC Panama Canal to Curaçao
ZG Panama Canal to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base

Mediterranean and North African Coastal Convoys[edit]

Code Prefix Mediterranean and North African Coastal Routes First Sailing Last Sailing Number of Convoys Notes
AC Alexandria to Tobruk 1941 1941
AG Alexandria to Greece 1941 1941
AH Augusta, Sicily to heel of Italy September 1943
AN Alexandria to Piraeus 1940 1941
AP British Isles to Egypt summer 1940 summer 1940 troopships
ARM local Mediterranean little used
AS Piraeus to Alexandria 1940 1941
AT Alexandria to Tobruk late 1941
Blue Port Said to Gibraltar 1939 1939
BS Brest, France to Casablanca September 1939 June 1940 French convoys
CG Casablanca to Gibraltar
CNF convoys for Allied invasion of Sicily special designation
CRD Casablanca to Dakar
CT Corsica to Bizerte via Sardinia 1944 1944
CV Tobruk to Malta 1944 1944 rarely used
D Dakar to Casablanca
DR Dakar to Gibraltar 1944 1944
DRC Dakar to Casablanca
ET North Africa to Gibraltar November 1942 early 1943
GC Gibraltar to Casablanca
GM Gibraltar to Malta
Green Gibraltar to Port Said late 1939 late 1939
GTX Gibraltar to Alexandria via Tripoli 1943 1943
GUF Oran or Naples to Chesapeake Bay faster ships
GUS Port Said to Chesapeake Bay slower ships
HA heel of Italy to Augusta, Sicily 1943
HP heel of Italy to Piraeus
IXF Taranto and Naples to Alexandria and Port Said
K Casablanca to Brest, France French convoys - sometimes prefixed F or S
KS Casablanca to Brest, France French convoys
LE Port Said to Haifa
LW Haifa to Port Said
ME Malta to Alexandria and Port Said
MO Marseilles to North Africa
Ms Marseilles to Naples 1944 1945
MW Alexandria to Malta
NCF fast convoys for Allied invasion of Sicily 1943 1943
NCS slow convoys for Allied invasion of Sicily 1943 1943
NP Turkey to Port Said
NSF North Africa to Naples troopships
NV Naples to Augusta, Sicily
OM Oran to Marseilles 1944 1944
PH Piraeus to heel of Italy
PN Port Said to Turkey
PR Piraeus to Dardanelles 1945 1945
Red Gibraltar to far east 1939 1940
PR Dardanelles to Piraeus 1945 1945
SBF assault convoys for Allied invasion of Sicily 1943 1943
SBM assault convoys for Allied invasion of Sicily 1943 1943
SM Naples to Marseilles
SNF Naples to North Africa fast troopships
SR Freetown to Gibraltar 1943 1944
TA Tobruk to Alexandria
TC Tunisia to Corsica 1943 1944
TE Gibraltar to North Africa 1943 1943
TJF assault convoys for Allied invasion of Sicily 1943 1943
TJM assault convoys for Allied invasion of Sicily 1943 1943
TJS assault convoys for Allied invasion of Sicily 1943 1943
TSF assault convoys for Naples landings
TSM assault convoys for Naples landings
TSS assault convoys for Naples landings
TV Tripoli to Malta
TX Tripoli to Alexandria
UGF Chesapeake Bay to Gibraltar (later Naples) November 1942 May 1945 faster ships (UGF 1 was the Operation Torch invasion convoy)
UGS Chesapeake Bay to Gibraltar (later Port Said) November 1942 May 1945 slower ships
VC Malta to Tobruk
VN Augusta, Sicily or Malta to Naples (OR) Naples to Livorno
VT Malta to Tripoli
WX western desert ports to Alexandria
XIF Alexandria and Port Said to Taranto and Naples
XT Alexandria to Tripoli
XTG Alexandria to Gibraltar via Tripoli 1943 1943
XW Alexandria to western desert ports

South Atlantic Convoys[edit]

Code Prefix South Atlantic Routes First Sailing Last Sailing Number of Convoys Notes
AS United States to Suez Canal 1942 1942 via Freetown
BF Bahia to Freetown 1943 USN escorts
BRN Bahia to Recife northward late 1942
BT Bahia to Trinidad November 1942 July 1943
CF Cape Town to British Isles via west Africa little used
CN Cape Town northward to dispersal
DBF Dakar to Freetown via Banjul, Gambia 1943 1943
DSF Dakar to Freetown
DSL Dakar to Freetown and Lagos
DSP Dakar to Freetown and Pointe-Noire
DST Dakar to Freetown and Sekondi-Takoradi
E Trinidad to dispersal southward
FB Freetown to Bahia
FFT Freetown to Trinidad 1942 1943
FJ Florianópolis to Rio de Janeiro
FSD Freetown to Dakar 1944 1944 small craft
JF Rio de Janeiro to Florianópolis
JR Rio de Janeiro to Recife
JT Rio de Janeiro to Trinidad 1943 1945
LGE Lagos eastbound local west African traffic
LGW Lagos westbound local west African traffic
LM Lagos to Matadi
LS Lagos to Freetown
LSD Lagos to Dakar via Freetown
LTS Lagos to Freetown via Sekondi-Takoradi
NC Walvis Bay to Cape Town
OSS Freetown southward southward extension of the corresponding OS convoy
OT Trinidad to North Africa
PGE Pointe-Noire southward local traffic
PAD Pointe-Noire to Dakar via Freetown
PT Paramaribo to Trinidad
PTS Pointe-Noire to Freetown via Sekondi-Takoradi
RJ Recife to Rio de Janeiro
RT Cape Town to Freetown (OR) Recife to Trinidad 1941 (African) 1943 (South American) 1941
SJ Santos, São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro
ST Freetown to Sekondi-Takoradi
STC Freetown to Cape Town via Sekondi-Takoradi
STL Freetown to Lagos via Sekondi-Takoradi
STP Freetown to Pointe-Noire via Sekondi-Takoradi
STW Freetown to Walvis Bay via Sekondi-Takoradi
TB Trinidad to Bahia
TF Trinidad to Freetown
TGE Sekondi-Takoradi and Lagos eastward to dispersal
TJ Trinidad to Rio de Janeiro
TLDM Sekondi-Takoradi to Matadi via Lagos and Douala
TO North Africa to Caribbean
TP Trinidad to Paramaribo
TR Trinidad to Recife
TRINIDAD Trinidad to dispersal southeast
TS Sekondi-Takoradi to Freetown
TSD Sekondi-Takoradi to Dakar via Freetown
TV Trinidad eastward to dispersal
WTS Walvis Bay to Freetown via Sekondi-Takoradi

Indian Ocean Convoys[edit]

Code Prefix Indian Ocean Routes First Sailing Last Sailing Number of Convoys Notes
AB Aden to Mumbai November 1942
ABF Aden to Mumbai fast troopship convoys
AJ Aden to Colombo
AK Aden to Kilindini Harbour
AKD Aden to Durban via Kilindini Harbour September 1943
AM Chittagong to Chennai
AP Aden to Persian Gulf Late 1942
AS United States to Suez Canal March 1942 via Freetown
BA Mumbai to Aden May 1941 November 1942
BAF Mumbai to Aden fast troopships
BC Beira, Mozambique to Durban (OR) Mumbai to Colombo July 1942 from Beira - September 1943 from Mumbai September 1942 from Beira
BK Mumbai to Karachi 1943 1943 little used
BM Mumbai to Singapore (or Colombo after January 1942)
BN Mumbai to Suez Canal 1940 1941
BP Mumbai to Persian Gulf
BS Suez Canal to Aden 1940 1941
C Colombo to dispersal 1942 1942
CA Cape Town southward to dispersal
CB Durban to Beira, Mozambique
CD Cape Town to Durban
CF Colombo to Fremantle, Western Australia occasional use
CH Chittagong to Kolkata
CJ Kolkata to Colombo
CM Cape Town to Aden military convoys via Kilindini Harbour
CX Colombo to Addu Atoll {return Addu Atoll to Colombo convoys used same CX designation}
DC Durban to Cape Town
DK Durban to Kilindini Harbour
DKA Durban to Aden via Kilindini Harbour
DLM Durban to Maputo
DM Durban to Malaya 1941 1942 3
DN Durban northwards to dispersal
HB Australia to India 1945 1945 troopships
HC Kolkata to Chittagong
JA Colombo to Aden
JC Colombo to Kolkata
JM India to Madagascar via Kilindini Harbour 1943 1943
JMG assault convoy to Malaya September 1945 1
JS Colombo to Singapore November 1941 February 1942
KA Kilindini Harbour to Aden
KM Karachi to Mumbai
KD Kilindini Harbour to Durban
KM Kilindini Harbour to Madagascar
KP Karachi to Persian Gulf
KR Kolkata and Rakhine State ports to Yangon 1945 1945
LMD Maputo to Durban
MA Kilindini Harbour to Aden
MC Aden to Cape Town via Kilindini Harbour and Durban
MD Madagascar to Durban 1
MK Madagascar to Kilindini Harbour
MN Mauritius to Seychelles
MR Chennai to Yangon
OW Australia to India
PA Persian Gulf to Aden
PB Persian Gulf to Mumbai
RK Colombo to Kilindini Harbour (OR) Yangon to Kolkata via Rakhine State 1944 from Colombo, 1945 from Rangoon 1944 from Colombo, 1945 from Rangoon
RM Yangon to Colombo via Chennai
SD Seychelles to Madagascar
SJ Singapore to Colombo November 1941 February 1942
SM Jakarta to Fremantle, Western Australia
SR Kolkata to Yangon 1941 1942
SU Suez Canal to Australia 1940 1941
SW Suez Canal to Kilindini Harbour or Durban 1940 1941
US Australia to Suez Canal
WO India to Australia troopships
WS British Isles to Suez Canal and Mumbai troopships; WS convoys on at least one occasion [WS30, 1943] routed via Freetown and Durban

Pacific Convoys[edit]

Code Prefix Pacific Routes First Sailing Last Sailing Number of Convoys Notes
AN Admiralty Islands to New Guinea
BG Milne Bay to New Guinea (OR) Brisbane to Gladstone, Queensland
BN New Britain to New Guinea
BT Sydney to United States (OR) Brisbane to Townsville, Queensland 1943 (Sydney to US) 1944 (Sydney to US) Sydney to US were troop convoys
BV Brisbane to Townsville, Queensland
CO Newcastle, New South Wales to Melbourne and Adelaide 1942 1942
DG Thursday Island, Queensland to Merauke
DT Darwin, Northern Territory to Thursday Island, Queensland
FM Milne Bay to Port Moresby
GB New Guinea to Milne Bay
GD Merauke to Thursday Island, Queensland
GF Adelaide to Fremantle, Western Australia
GI New Guinea to Philippines
GP Sydney to Townsville, Queensland and Brisbane
GT Gladstone, Queensland to Townsville, Queensland
IG Philippines to New Guinea
LQ Great Barrier Reef to Brisbane
MB Port Moresby to Fall River
MF Port Moresby to Milne Bay and Fall River
MS Melbourne to Singapore November 1941 February 1942
MT Port Moresby to Townsville, Queensland 1942 1942
MV Milne Bay to Townsville, Queensland
NA Langemak Bay to Admiralty Islands
NB New Guinea to New Britain
NE New Zealand to Panama Canal
NLY Lingayen Gulf - Jayapura - Leyte
NS New Caledonia to Sydney
NT New Guinea to Townsville, Queensland
OC Melbourne to Newcastle, New South Wales
PG Brisbane to Sydney
PQ Townsville, Queensland to Port Moresby 1942 1942
PT Pearl Harbor to Tarawa
PV Melbourne to Townsville, Queensland
QL Brisbane to Townsville, Queensland
SN Sydney to New Caledonia
ST Sydney to Townsville, Queensland
SV Sydney to Townsville, Queensland
T Hollandia to Manila
TD Thursday Island, Queensland to Darwin, Northern Territory
TD New Zealand to northern Australia
TN Townsville, Queensland to New Guinea
TP Tarawa to Pearl Harbor
TS Townsville, Queensland to Sydney and Brisbane
VB Townsville, Queensland to Brisbane
VK Sydney to Wellington
VS Townsville, Queensland to Sydney
ZT New Zealand to Sydney

Normandy Invasion Convoys[edit]

Code Prefix Normandy Invasion Convoys First Sailing Last Sailing Number of Convoys Notes
ATM Antwerp to River Thames late 1944 1945
BEC Bristol Channel to France June 1944 October 1944
COC Plymouth to Brittany late 1944 early 1945
EBC Bristol Channel to France June 1944 October 1944
EBM Bristol Channel to France June 1944 June 1944 1 motor transport convoy
ECM Falmouth, Cornwall to France June 1944 early July 1944
ECP Portland Harbour and Solent to Baie de la Seine June 1944 October 1944 personnel convoys
EMM Belfast to France June 1944 July 1944 2
EMP Belfast to France July 1944 July 1944 2
EPM Portland Harbour to France via Solent July 1944 September 1944 motor transport convoys
EPP Portland Harbour to France via Solent July 1944 September 1944 personnel convoys
ETC River Thames to France June 1944 October 1944
ETM River Thames to France June 1944 October 1944 motor transport convoys
EWC Spithead to Normandy June 1944 June 1944
EWL Isle of Wight to France June 1944 June 1944 mainly landings ships and landing craft
EWM Isle of Wight to France September 1944 October 1944 motor transport convoys
EWP Isle of Wight to France personnel convoys
EXP June 1944 October 1944 invasion convoys
FBC Baie de la Seine to Bristol Channel June 1944 October 1944
FC France to western England June 1944 July 1944
FCP France to western England June 1944 July 1944 personnel convoys
FPM France to Portland Harbour motor transport convoys
FPP France to Portland Harbour July 1944 August 1944 personnel convoys
FTC France to River Thames 1944 1944
FTM France to River Thames 1944 1944 motor transport convoys
FWC France to Isle of Wight June 1944
FWL France to Isle of Wight 1944 1944 landing craft convoys
FWM France to Isle of Wight June 1944 July 1944 motor transport convoys
FWP France to Isle of Wight June 1944 September 1944 personnel convoys
FXP France to British Isles June 1944 October 1944
LU Humber to Elbe May 1945 May 1945
MTC Baie de la Seine to Southend-on-Sea replaced FTC
MTM Baie de la Seine to Southend-on-Sea replaced FTM
NAP Dover to France December 1944 December 1944
NR Norway to Methil, Fife 1945 1945
RN Methil, Fife to Norway May 1945 May 1945
TAC River Thames to Ostend 1945 1945
TACA River Thames to Antwerp replaced by TAM
TAM River Thames to Antwerp replaced TACA
TAP River Thames to France 1945 1945
TMC River Thames to France June 1944 October 1944
TMM River Thames to France June 1944 October 1944 motor transport convoys
UL Elbe to Humber May 1945 May 1945
WAP June 1944 October 1944 invasion convoys
WDC September 1944 December 1944 invasion convoys
WEC Isle of Wight to France December 1944 May 1945
WEL Isle of Wight to France 1944 1945 landing craft
WEP Isle of Wight to Cherbourg-Octeville December 1944 December 1944
WFM October 1944 November 1944 invasion convoys
WMP Isle of Wight to Arromanches-les-Bains November 1944 December 1944
WNC Isle of Wight to Le Havre December 1944 May 1945
WNL Isle of Wight to France April 1945 May 1945
WVP Isle of Wight to France December 1944 May 1945

References[edit]

  • Hague, Arnold (2000). The Allied Convoy System 1939-1945. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1-55750-019-3.