HMS Quorn (M41)

As one of the Royal Navy’s Hunt-class Mine Counter Measures Vessels, HMS Quorn is one of the most sophisticated vessels of her type in the world.

HMS Quorn (M41) is currently on deployment

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Portsmouth

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Facts & figures

Facts & figures

1,500 miles

Total range

45 personnel

On board

685 tonnes 

Total displacement

Our Operations

Current operation

Alongside

Previous deployment

Alongside

Our base

Our base

HMNB Portsmouth

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Commanding Officer

Commander John Cromie

Commander John Cromie joined the Royal Navy as a Warfare Officer in January 1999. He assumed Command of HMS St Albans in April 2018.

Biography

HMS Quorn's role

HMS Quorn plays a vital role in the Royal Navy’s global mine countermeasures commitments, maintaining a high state of readiness to ensure she can undertake operations at short notice. These operations include anything from protecting maritime enterprise in the Persian Gulf, to keeping the UK’s sea lanes safe and secure.

HMS Quorn is one of the most sophisticated vessels of her type in the world, using the Seafox mine disposal system to deal with sea-bed threats anywhere from the North Atlantic to the Middle East.

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