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EPISODES OF WWII. HMAS QUIBERON with the Royal Navy's Eastern Fleet, 1943 - Photo Derek Simon [1919-2004] courtesy Graeme Andrews.
4366. Seen here over the wake of a passing sister destroyer, HMAS QUIBERON has joined the 7th destroyer Flotilla of the Royal Navy;'s Eastern Fleet in June 1943, along with her sister ship HMAS QUICKMATCH. The ships are based in Kilindini, Kenya.
They were the two of the eight 'Q' Class destoyers commissioned on loan into the RAN during WWII, although three of the others, QUALITY, QUADRANT and QUEENBOROUGH would be transferred to the RAN in Sydney in October 1945, a month after the war's end.
Built by Samuel J. White at Cowes and commissioned on July 6, 1942, QUIBERON first saw Australia on March 29, 1943, when she arrived at Fremantle en route to a re-fit in Melbourne.
We have previously given some sketchy accounts of QUIBERON's
very active service life up to that point, particularly in relation to her participation in the 'OPERATION TORCH' landings in North Aftrica and the sinking of the Italian submarine DESSIE.
Her third major action at that time was with a group comprising three cruisers and two destroyers [Force Q'] that attacked an Italian convoy escorted by destroyers on the night of Dec. 1/2, 1942, while the latter were bound for Tunisia.
Under the command of Rear Admiral C.H.J. Harcourt RN, the Allied ships were the cruisers, HMA AURORA, HMS SIRIUS, and HMS ARGONAUT, with escorting destroyers HMAS QUIBERON and HMS QUENTIN. In the course of the action, four enemy convoy transports and two enemy destroyers woud be sunk, with the QUIBERON detaching to engage one of the destroyers in a one-on-one duel. The Allied force would undergo severe air attacks the next day, with HMS QUENTION sunk and QUIBERON taking off most of her crew.
There is a graphic account of the episode in the action report of QUIBERON's CO of the time, CMDR Hugh Browning RN. There is a wrenchingly sad moment, even now, towards the end of his report [item 10] when CMDR Browning refers to four or five men who had to be left behind on the doomed QUENTIN through their own foolish actions - going below at a criticial point to retrieve possessions.
This slightly abridged report is re-produced from former CMDR Mackenzie J. Gregory RAN's well-known 'Mac's' Ahoy' website:
'....HMAS QUIBERON followed the cruiser into the attack. At 0055 ( 12.55 AM ) I sighted a destroyer of the Sirio Class emerging from a smoke screen on my port beam and turning to fire torpedoes; I left the line and closed at 26 knots.
Fire was opened at about 5,000 yards and the second salvo was observed to hit forward of the after superstructure. Successive salvoes also hit under the funnel and just abaft it.
Enemy salvoes fell just astern and on the starboard quarter. At 0059 ( 12.59 AM ) the enemy, badly damaged, turned to starboard and was hidden by the smoke screen.
At 0101 ( 1. 01 AM ) two "E" boats appeared out of the smoke, then about 2,500 yards away, and attacked with torpedoes. I turned hard astarboard and torpedoes were observed to pass down my port side , uncomfortably close.
2. I realised that unless I rejoined the line I might be taken for an enemy destroyer and subjected to the intensely accurate fire of HMS AURORA. I endeavoured to rejoin without fouling the range and switched on my Type 252. At 0107 ( 1. 07 AM ) I passed a Troopship badly afire and fired at her, probably unnecessarily, as she was obviously sinking. This ship was observed to sink. About 1000/1500 troops were in the water shouting for help. I judged them to be Italians.
I succeeded in rejoining astern of HMS QUENTIN at 0110 ( 1.10AM )
At 0112 ( 1. 12 AM ) sighted another Troopship on fire, but not badly; HMS QUENTIN and HMAS QUIBERON finished her off, and she was observed to sink, Semi Armour Piercing shell were used and some went right through the ship without bursting.
At 0133 ( 1. 33 AM ) another destroyer was sighted lying on her side; fire was opened at 2,000 yards approximately and two hits were observed. It is not known whether this ship sank. HMS SIRIUS finished off yet another destroyer with one salvo which set her afire from end to end.
3. The total bag observed by HMAS QUIBERON was three destroyers [ in fact only 2 sank: Mac Gregory ) and four Merchant Ships, of which two are known to have been Troopships. It is not known whether any "E" Boats were sunk or damaged, but I do know that HMAS QUIBERON did not hit any.
4. At 0636 ( 6. 36 AM ) one torpedo bomber attacked from the port side of the line and torpedoed HMS QUENTIN.*
HMAS QUIBERON circled HMS QUENTIN once, then signalled for information as to whether the ship could steam. Reply was ship could not steam but would remain afloat for a little time.
5. As more enemy aircraft were heard and seen I decided to carry out Rear Admiral Commanding 12th. Cruiser Squadron's verbal instructions and endeavour to " Cut our losses." I proceeded alongside HMS QUENTIN and ordered her to " Abandon Ship."
I was alongside for about 8/10 minutes, it seeme
Sunrise On Shipyard Creek - The Outrigger Project
The idea behing the "Outrigger Project" was a really simple one. I use the kayak for mostly fishing and camping. My problem was being able to stand up in the kayak without the danger of tipping over and chancing the loss of my camera epuiptment (which always goes with me) or other gear. And why would I want to stand up, you may ask? :) Ok, I use a cast net to catch bait to fish with. You cant do that from a sitting position. Also it is cool just to be able to stand up after hours in the kayak or while casting into narrow spots.
My problems were: I didnt want to buy outriggers (no, im not Scottish), they could not impeed my paddling, they could not (if possible) create drag while paddling, and they needed to be light weight ( I load enough weight into the yak ). This turned out to be one of the simplest projects to accomplish and all for $40.00 buck (compared to $300.00 on the internet).
The trip out this morning to test them out was a huge success. All I wanted to achieve was done. I could stand up and cast the net and with very little tilt. It did tilt slightly because I kept the outriggers off the water (about 2 inches) to avoid drag. But it quickly hit the water and was easy to keep balance.
Ive got to admit at first I just couldnt stand the look of it. I tested it out in the pool at home and wasnt happy with the look. But after the trip out and the way in performed.........screw the looks. The total weight of the outriggers is less than 20 pounds. Really light. And I used a "wing nut" assembly method to make it quick and easy with no tools. The part I dont really like is that I have to tie them to the Kayak. I was afraid that if I drilled the supports with a 5/16 hole to bolt them on that I would dangerously weaken the supports and if I hit a big wake of 3 ft. or more it would just bend the support right at the holes. That would be bad. :)
So the Cherokee/Irish can jump......hurdles that is. :)
Happy fishing. :)
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