|Builder:||J. Williams & Sons, Bayview|
|Fate:||Burnt to the waterline in 1944|
HMAS Marlean (Q20) was a channel patrol boat operated by the Naval Auxiliary Patrol of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during World War II. She was a private vessel built by J. Williams & Sons in 1938. She was requisitioned and later commissioned by the RAN as a channel patrol boat. Marlean earned one battle honours for her wartime service, "Darwin 1942".
Marlean was burnt down to the waterline while in Sydney Harbour on 12 November 1944.
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