List of World War II ships of less than 1000 tons

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The List of World War II ships of less than 1000-tons is an alphabetical list of minor military ships of World War II. Only ships with a displacement of less than 1000-tons are listed. For larger vessels, see also list of World War II ships. For ship classes, see the list of World War II ship classes.

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E[edit]

  • El Fateh (Egypt): 128-ton river gunboat
  • El Zahir (Egypt): 128-ton river gunboat
  • Elicura (Chile): 400-ton coast guard vessel

F[edit]

  • Fei Ying (China): 850-ton destroyer
  • Flora (Denmark): 369-ton C class submarine
  • Freja (Denmark): 322-ton patrol boat, became Sudpol (Germany), then Freya (Germany)
  • Fresia (Chile): 435-ton submarine
  • Frøya (Norway): 870-ton minelayer
  • Fu Yu (China): 630-ton gunboat

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L[edit]

  • La Plata (Argentina): 890-ton destroyer
  • Laaland (Denmark): 350-ton minelayer
  • Laine (Estonia): 211-ton gunboat
  • Laxen (Denmark): 290-ton torpedo boat, became TFA6 (Germany)
  • Lech (Poland) 280-ton Tugboat
  • Lembit (Estonia): 834-ton submarine
  • Leopard, former HNoMS Balder (Norway, then Germany): 708-ton torpedoboat, returned to Norway 1949, scrapped 1961
  • Li Chieh (China): 266-ton gunboat, became Lisui (Japan)
  • Lieska (Finland): 60-ton minelayer
  • Lindormen (Denmark): 614-ton minelayer, became Vs1401 (Germany)
  • Loimu (Finland): 60-ton minelayer
  • Lossen (Denmark): 628-ton minelayer
  • Lougen (Denmark): 350-ton minelayer
  • Louhi (Finland): 640-ton minelayer and submarine tender

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N[edit]

  • Najaden (Denmark): 782-ton torpedo boat, completed 1947
  • Narhvalen (Denmark): 108-ton torpedo boat and minesweeper
  • Narvi (Finland): 400-ton tug
  • SS Nautilus (India): 300 ton gun boat and coast guard
  • Nor (Norway): 260-ton minelayer
  • Nordkaperen (Denmark): 108-ton torpedo boat
  • Nordkapp (Norway): 275-ton fishery protection vessel
  • Nymphen (Denmark): 782-ton torpedo boat, completed 1947

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  • Odin (Norway): 735-ton Sleipner class destroyer
  • Ørnen (Denmark): 290-ton torpedo boat, became TFA2 (Germany)
  • Otra (Norway): 355-ton minesweeper

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  • Panay (USA): 474-ton river gunboat, sunk 12 December 1937
  • Paraguacu (Brazil): 430-ton river monitor
  • Parnaiba (Brazil): 620-ton river monitor
  • Paukku (Finland): 60-ton minelayer
  • Pernambuco (Brazil): 470-ton river monitor
  • Pichincha (Colombia): 120-ton coast guard vessel, class of 3
  • Pikker (Estonia): 500-ton yacht, became Kiev (USSR) and later Luga (USSR)
  • Pol III (Norway): 214-ton guard vessel
  • Pommi (Finland): 80-ton mine tender
  • Porkala (Finland): 162-ton minesweeper
  • Pukkio (Finland): 162-ton minesweeper

Q[edit]

  • Quidora (Chile): 435-ton submarine

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U[edit]

  • Uisko (Finland): 360-ton trawler
  • Uller (Norway): 260-ton minelayer
  • Uruguay (Argentina): 550-ton sloop
  • Uku (Estonia): Gunboat
  • Uusimaa (Finland): 400-ton gunboat

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Z[edit]

  • Żbik (Poland) 980-ton submarine
  • Żuraw (Poland) 183-ton minesweeper