1967(Rhenania Junior PP-100)
- Class: Rapid Type 15 - 2 ASW frigates of 1953
- Displacement: 2,100 tons standard / 2,700 tons full load
- Dimensions: 362'9" x 35'8" x 10'
- Machinery: Parsons geared steam turbines, 2 shafts, 40,000shp = 36 knots
- Guns: 2-3in/50 AA (1x2) forward, 2-4in/45 AA (1x2) aft, 2-40mm AA (2x1)
- ASW weapons: 2 Squid depth charge mortars
- Complement: 230
- Builder: John Brown & Co Ltd, Clydebank
- Keel Laid: 8 Oct 1942
- Launched: 2 sep 1943
- Commissioned: 28 Feb 1944 / 25 Feb 1953
- Decommissioned: 6 Feb 1946 / 1 Apr 1970
- Notes: Laid down for the Royal Navy as the V-class destroyer Valentine; transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy on completion and renamed Algonquin. Escorted the aircraft carriers that bombed the Tirpitz in March 1944 and provided naval gunfire support to the Normandy landings at Juno beach. She served on additional anti-shipping operations along the Norwegian coast through the remainder of 1944. Returned to Canada in Feb 1945 to prepare for operations in the Pacific but the war ended before her arrival in that theater. Decommissioned in 1946 and laid up in British Columbia. Converted at Esquimalt Dockyard in 1953 to a Type 15 antisubmarine frigate and returned to service, basing in Halifax. Spent the majority of her remaining career in the Atlantic, being decommissioned in 1970.