A Short History of HMS St Christopher
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Lochaber Sea Cadets T.S. St Christopher

Coastal Forces Veterans Association  Site seems to have disappeared

History of HMS Seahawk 1941-1944

This site is dedicated to the people who served at the Naval training base HMS Seahawk situated at Ardrishaig Scotland, in particular the crew of ML115

Royal Navy Coastal Forces 1940-1945

The Coastal Forces Heritage Trust

Spitfire of the Seas

VOSPER 70ft MTB 66

BRITISH MILITARY POWERBOAT TRUST



ML108

MTB 102

Motor Launches and MTBs

ROYAL NAVY VESSELS LOST AT SEA, 1939-45 - MGBs - MLs - MTBs

BBC WW2 People's War -

            account of HMS St Christopher

WWII Combined Operations Website - HMS Dorlin and HMS Lochailort

Biography of Lt.Cdr. Derric Armstrong Breen R.N.V.R.  (Served in Coastal Forces)

HMS Seahawk 1944 - photograph in Argyllshire Advertiser

Sailing Ships of the Royal Navy

Royal Canadian Navy Coastal Forces

ROYAL NAVY DAY-BY-DAY IN WORLD WAR 2 by Don Kindell

Appointment of Rear Admiral Coastal Forces and commissioning of HMS ST CHRISTOPHER 1940-1941

Reduction of Home Command bases and transfer of functions of HMS ST CHRISTOPHER (Fort William) to HMS BEE (Holyhead) 1944-1945

Coastal Forces Training

H.M.S. ASTREA - A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE 32 GUN BRITISH FRIGATE WITH AN ACCOUNT OF HER LOSS ON THE ANEGADA REEFS IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDS ON MAY 23rd, 1808

                                Includes mention of HMS St Christopher.

Am Baile - Interview with two local ladies about service personnel in Fort William

History of HMS St Christopher