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EAST INDIES
Vice Admiral the Hon. Sir Alexander R. M. Ramsay, KCB, KCVO, DSO
EMERALD - Flagship
FOURTH CRUISER SQUADRON

NORFOLK
Capt. J. M. Mansfield
EMERALD
Capt. A. W. S. Agar, VC, DSO
ENTERPRISE
Capt. C. E. Morgan, DSO
ESCORT VESSELS

SHOREHAM
Capt. A. Poland, DSC
Senior Naval Officer, Persian Gulf

LONDONDERRY
Capt. W. K. D. Dowding, DSC
Senior Naval Officer, Red Sea
ESCORT VESSELS

FOWEY
Cmdr.
WESTON
Cmdr. H. L. St. J. Fancourt
BIDEFORD
Capt. G. H. Faulkner, DSC
DEPTFORD
Cmdr. W. G. Agnew
ESCORT VESSELS

GRIMSBY
Cmdr. H. F. Nalder
LOWESTOFT
Cmdr. S. Boucher
FALMOUTH
Cmdr. C. C. Hardy
FOLKSTONE
Capt. J. G. L. Dundas
SANDWICH
Cmdr. R. A. B. Edwards
SURVEYING SHIP

HERALD
Cmdr. N. A. C. Hardy
FOURTH SUBMARINE FLOTILLA
Captain C. B. Barry, DSO

MEDWAY
Capt. C. B. Barry, DSO
WESTCOTT
Cmdr. E. M. Loly
ODIN
Lt. Cmdr. R. McP. Jonas
OLYMPUS
Cmdr. H. V. King
ORPHEUS
Lt. Cmdr. R. N. Stirling-Hamilton
OTUS
Lt. Cmdr. R. M. G. Gambier
PANDORA
Lt. Cmdr. R. W. Peers
PARTHIAN
Lt. Cmdr. J. W. Studholme
PERSEUS
Lt. Cmdr. P. Q. Roberts
PHOENIX
Lt. Cmdr. D. C. Ingram
PROTEUS
Cmdr. R. N. Garnett
RAINBOW
Lt. Cmdr. W. S. Hall
REGENT
Lt. Cmdr. R. G. Mills
REGULUS
Cmdr. G. C. P. Menzies
ROVER
Lt. Cmdr. H. G. Bowerman
RORQUAL
Lt. Cmdr. V. Sprague
GRAMPUS
Lt. Cmdr. R. W. Moir
WEST RIVER FLOTILLA
Captain A. E. M. B. Cunninghame Graham

TARANTULA
Capt. A. E. M. B. Cunninghame Graham
CICALA
Lt. Cmdr.
ROBIN
Lt. Cmdr. G. S. Stewart, RAN
MOTH
Lt. Cmdr. D. Lampen
SEAMEW
Lt. Cmdr. W. P. McCarthy
NEW ZEALAND
Rear Admiral the Hon. E. R. Drummond, CB, MVO
ACHILLES - Flagship
CRUISERS

ACHILLES
Capt. I. G. Glennie
LEANDER
Capt. J. W. Rivett-Carnac, DSC
AIRCRAFT CARRIER

EAGLE
Capt. C. Moody

HQ Flight - Wing Cmdr. C. R. Carr, RAF, DFC, AFC
TSR Squadron 813 - Lt. Cmdr. C. R. V. Pugh
TSR Squadron 824 -  Sqd. Ldr. A. B. Woodhall, RAF
CHINA
Admiral Sir Charles J. C. Little, KCB
CUMBERLAND - Flagship
FIFTH CRUISER SQUADRON

CAPETOWN
Capt. C. Coppinger, DSC
CUMBERLAND
Capt. E. G. N. Rushbrooke, DSC
DANAE
Capt. L. E. H. Maund
DORSETSHIRE
Capt. F. R. Barry
SUFFOLK
Capt. H. C. Philips
EIGHTH DESTROYER FLOTILLA
Captain H. Hickling

DUNCAN
Capt. H. Hickling
DELIGHT
Cmdr. J. R. N. Taylor
DIAMOND
Lt. Cmdr. T. C. Robinson
DIANA
Lt. Cmdr. J. L. Machin
DUCHESS
Lt. Cmdr. W. T. W. Curtis
DECOY
Cmdr. W. J. C. Robertson
DAINTY
Cmdr. R. M. Dick, DSC
DARING
Cmdr. F. W. H. Clarke
DEFENDER
Lt. Cmdr. D. G. F. W. MacIntyre
AMERICA AND WEST INDIES
Vice Admiral S. J. Meyrick, CB
YORK - Flagship
DEPOT SHIP

MALABAR
Capt. E. C. Denison, MVO
And in Charge of H.M. Naval Establishments Bermuda
EIGHTH CRUISER SQUADRON

YORK
Capt. H. E. Morse, DSO
APOLLO
Capt. M. J. C. de Meric, MVO
ORION
Capt. H. R. G. Kinahan
EXETER
Capt. H. H. Harwood, OBE
Commodore 2nd Class,
Commanding South American Division
AJAX
Capt. C. H. L. Woodhouse
ESCORT VESSELS

DUNDEE
Capt. L. C. A. St. J. Curzon-Howe, MVO
SCARBOROUGH
Cmdr. H. St. L. Nicolson
DEPOT SHIP

PHILOMEL
Cmdr. C. B. Tinley
Naval Officer-in-Charge, Aukland
ESCORT VESSELS

LEITH
Capt. L. C. P. Tudway, DSO, DSC
WELLINGTON
Cmdr. G. N. Loriston-Clarke
AFRICA STATION
Vice Admiral Sir Francis L. Tottenham, KCB, CBE
AMPHION - Flagship
SIXTH CRUISER SQUADRON

AMPHION
Capt. R. L. Burnett, OBE
NEPTUNE
Capt. J. A. V. Morse, DSO
ESCORT VESSELS

BRIDGEWATER
Capt. H. J. Egerton
MILFORD
Capt. E. C. Thornton, DSC
ROCHESTER
Cmdr. F. W. Growse
PENZANCE
Cmdr. A. W. Clarke
DEPOT SHIP

AFRIKANDER
Capt. C. G. Stuart
Captain-in-Charge Simonstown
YANGTZE FLOTILLA
Rear Admiral L. G. E. Crabbe, OB, CIE, DSO

BEE
Capt. C. E. Hotham, DSC
SCARAB
Lt. Cmdr. C. B. S. Clitherow
GNAT
Lt. Cmdr. The Hon. J. M. G. Waldegrave
APHIS
Lt. Cmdr.
LADYBIRD
Lt. Cmdr. H. D. Barlow
COCKCHAFER
Cmdr. H. T. Armstrong
PETEREL
Lt. Cmdr. H. N. A. Richardson
TERN
Lt. Cmdr. G. G. Pugh-Cook
GANNET
Cmdr. D. P. Evans
FALCON
Lt. Cmdr. G. P. C. Ball
CRICKET
Lt. Cmdr. J. I. M. Ashby
MANTIS
Lt. Cmdr. E. W. Reep
SANDPIPER
Lt. Cmdr. W. E. J. Eames
Gunboat Flotillas
Under the control of New Zealand Naval Board
TRAWLER

WAKAKURA
Lt. K. H. J. L. Phibbs
MINELAYER

ADVENTURE
Capt. R. G. Duke
BOOM WORKING VESSEL

BARNET
no officers listed
DESTROYER

THRACIAN
Lt. Cmdr. E. B. Tannock
TUG

St. BROCK
Lt. W. T. Savage, RNVR (tempy)
DEPOT SHIP

TAMAR
Capt. E. B. C. Dicken, OBE, DSC
Commodore 2nd Class
In Charge Naval Establishments Hong Kong
SINGAPORE
Captain M. L. Clarke, DSC
(
Commodore 2nd Class)
TERROR II - Broad Pennant
BASE SHIP

TERROR
Cmdr. I. W. Whitehorn
TERROR II
Capt. M. L. Clarke, DSC
And in Charge Naval Establishments Singapore

BOOM WORKING VESSEL

FASTNET
no officers listed

MOORING VESSEL

BUFFALO
no officers listed
SECOND MINESWEEPING FLOTILLA (in reserve)
Lt. Cmdr. H. A. Barclay (S.O.)

ABINGDON (S.O.)
ABERDARE
BAGSHOT
DERBY
HUNTLEY
FAREHAM
STOKE
HARROW
WIDNES
KETCH

VIKING
no officers listed
LEANDER passing through the Panama Canal in 1937,
presumably on her way to New Zealand. Photo from the USN
Navy History and Heritage Command. As far as I know it is in
the public domain.