Spabeck, ordered in September 1941, was laid down on 14 May 1943, and launched on 21 June 1943 as Rivulet. Commissioned on 3 September 1943 as Spabeck, she was decommissioned in March 1966 after having been used to carry hydrogen peroxide fuel for the experimental submarines Explorer and Excalibur. Laid up at Devonport, she arrived at Antwerp en route to Willebroek for scrapping on 14 May 1966.
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