1918 (Rhenania RS-103)
- Class: Admiralty V - 21 destroyers of 1916-17
- Displacement: 1,300 tons
- Dimensions: 300 (pp) 312 (oa) x 29.5 x 9 ft.
- Machinery: Geared turbines: 2 screws, S.H.P. 27,000 = 34 knots
- Armament: 4-4 in. (4x1), 1-3 in. A.A.; 4-21 in. (2x2) T.T.
- Complement: 120
- Builder: Alexander Stephens & Sons Ltd, Linthouse, Scotland
- Laid Down: 1 Feb 1917
- Launched: 28 Feb 1918
- Completed: 27 Apr 1918
- Decommissioned: 1946
- Actions: Spent most of the 1920s and 1930s in reserve, but brought back to service in 1939 for WW2. Based at Gibraltar, she took part in the attack on the French fleet at Mers-el-Kebir in Jul 1940. Converted to long-range escort destroyer in Sep 1942 and served with escort group B7 during the battles for convoys HX-231, ONS-5, and SC-130. She helped to sink four German submarines: U-531, U-274, U-282, U-413.