Ibis in 1941
|Builder:||Furness Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.|
|Laid down:||22 September 1939|
|Launched:||28 November 1940|
|Completed:||30 August 1941|
|Identification:||pennant number U99|
|Fate:||Sunk 10 November 1942|
|Badge:||On a Field Blue Issuant from water in a base barry wavy of four white and blue, an Ibis Proper|
|Class and type:||Black Swan-class sloop|
She was built by Furness Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Haverton Hill-on-Tees, Co. Durham, was laid down on 22 September 1939, launched on 28 November 1940, and completed 30 August 1941. She was adopted by the civil community of Stoke Newington in London as part of the Warship Week savings campaign in 1942.
The Scottish comedian Rikki Fulton was a member of her crew.
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