|Built By:||Vickers (Barrow)|
|Build Group:||T Grp3|
|25-03-1942 :||Laid Down|
|10-11-1943 :||HMS Tally-Ho torpedoes and sinks the Japanese water carrier Kisogawa Maru in the northern part of Malakka-Strait.|
|11-01-1944 :||HMS Tally Ho, one of the Royal Navy submarine flotilla based at Trincomalee, caught the Japanese light cruiser Kuma in the Malacca Strait, one of the very few large Japanese warships then operating in the area, and sank her with two torpedo hits.|
|15-01-1944 :||HMS Tally Ho, on her third patrol and cruising the waters around the Andaman Islands, fires six torpedoes at what is believed to be a motor vessel. One torpedo hits & sinks Ryuko Maru south of Port Blair|
|14-02-1944 :||The German submarine UIT-23 was sunk in the Straits of Malacca south of Penang by torpedoes from HMS Tally-Ho.|
|21-02-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho torpedoes and sinks the Japanese army cargo ship Daigen Maru No.6 in the Strait of Malacca.|
|14-05-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho lays mines in the Strait of Malacca.|
|22-08-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho sinks a Japanese coaster with gunfire in the Strait of Malacca.|
|24-08-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho sinks three small Japanese sailing vessels with gunfire in the Strait of Malacca.|
|04-10-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho damages a small Japanese motor vessel with gunfire in the Strait of Malacca.|
|06-10-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho sinks the Japanese auxiliary submarine chaser Cha 2 about 110 nautical miles south-west of Penang, Malaya.|
|29-10-1944 :||Tally-Ho departed Ceylon carrying a secret OSS-sponsored three-man Free Thai team bound for Siam. On the way, Tally-Ho tried unsuccessfully to intercept a German submarine. The journey was further delayed by a search for downed Allied airmen near the Straits of Malacca. The Free Thai team was finally landed on KoKradan, Trang Province, on 9 November.|
|17-11-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho sinks seven Japanese sailing vessels with gunfire in the Strait of Malacca.|
|18-11-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho sinks three Japanese sailing vessels with gunfire in the Strait of Malacca.|
|20-11-1944 :||HMS Tally-Ho sinks the Japanese auxiliary minelayer Ma 4 about 30 nautical miles east of the southern tip of Great Nicobar Island.|
|10-02-1967 :||Scrapped at Briton Ferry, Wales|
For some time now, I have been trying like mad to get a photo of Tally Ho! on which I did my sea training on out of Blockhouse/Dolphine, and just can't find one with the fin. Plenty of the WW2 version, I even have one when she was laid up in Birkenhead after the war, never realising I would serve on her. My time was not long as I passed out when we did a deep dive and was reverted back to gens. Hope you can help.
Stokkers Ex- RP1 55-70
Tally-Ho was never converted, therefore no fin!! Hope this helps.
|Can you tell me Tally-Ho's Fin/Pennant number, I might be able to help.