- Class: ZH1 - ex-Dutch Gerard Callenburgh
- Displacement: 1,629 tons
- Dimensions: 351 x 35 x 9 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 45,000 = 37.5 knots
- Armament: 5-4.7in (2x2+1x1), 4-37mm A.A. (2x2), 4-20mm A.A. guns; 8-21in T.T. (2x4); 24 mines
- Complement: 230
- Builder: Rotterdam Dry Dock Co, Rotterdam
- Laid Down: 12 Oct 1938
- Launched: 12 Oct 1939
- Commissioned: 11 Oct 1942
- Notes: Under construction as Dutch Gerard Callenburgh at Rotterdam when Germany invaded. Scuttled 10 May 1940. Raised by Germans 17 Jul 1940 and repaired under direction of Blohm & Voss. Two captured sisters were not salvaged. Assigned to the 5th Destroyer Flotilla, she spent much of her first year in the Baltic on trials as an experimental ship. Sent to western France Nov 1943 where she performed blockade runner and U-boat escort duties. Sent with Z32, Z24, and T24 to disrupt the allied invasion of Normandy, they were intercepted by seven Allied destroyers off Ushant 9 Jun 1944. ZH1 engaged and damaged HMS Tartar, but then was torpedoed by HMS Ashanti and scuttled.