Canadian “Cobalt” corvette during its modernization

Cobalt corvette

The Canadian Cobalt Corvette (HMCS Cobalt) near the berth in the port of Liverpool (Nova Scotia, Canada) during modernization in 1944.

“Cobalt” corvette – Board number K124, class – Flower.
“Cobalt” corvette was built in Canada. Admitted to the Canadian Navy on November 25, 1940.

The Cobalt Corvette was used in the North Atlantic to escort Allied naval convoys between Halifax and Iceland.

Removed from the Canadian Navy in the summer of 1945. Dismantled for scrap in 1963.



Location: Liverpool (Nova Scotia, Canada)
Photo date: 1944

In : 1944

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