TM-51 War with Germany. The TM-51 actively participates with her 20 mm'ers near the Willemsbrug, but is damaged herself. She left for England in the night of May 14/15 and arrived there the next morning. She was loaned to the Royal Navy on July 11 1940 and used as a submarinechaser ( with the name MGB-46 ), but returned on March 7 1941. She was loaned to the Royal Navy on November 25, which used her as a training hulk for engine room personell. She was discarded in mid 1944 but retroced to Holland post war. She was used as patrol boat, later as a torpedorecovery vessel and had the pennant nos MGB 46 (1940), MTB 433 (1944), RJ 2 (1945) and P 884 (1951), and was also renamed Jachthond later in the fifties.
TM-52 Captured incomplete at dockyard May 1940, commissioned in August 1940 as S 201. Sold to the Bulgarian navy in 1942 and was renamed S 1. Broken up 1955. ( she's also listed with the Bulgarian navy as patrolboat No. 3 )
TM-53 Captured incomplete at dockyard May 1940, commissioned in August 1940 as S 202. Sold to the Bulgarian navy in 1942 and was renamed S 2. Broken up 1955. ( she's also listed with the Bulgarian navy as patrolboat No 4. )
TM-54 Commissioned as S 151 on December 19 1941. Surrendered at Pola, Italy on May 3 1945.
TM-55 Commissioned as S 152 on March 31 1942. Surrendered at Pola, Italy on May 3 1945.
TM-56 Commissioned as S 153 on April 19 1942. Sunk by gunfire from the Hunt-class destroyers Eggesford and Blackmore in the Adriatic Sea off Lissa Island, Yugoslavia on June 12 1944. Position was 43.31 N, 15.52 E.
TM-57 Commissioned as S 154 on June 10 1942. Sunk at Pola, Italy by Allied aircraft in January 1945.
TM-58* Commissioned as S 155 on July 19 1942. Transferred to the Bulgarian navy as S 5 in 1942.
TM-59* Commissioned as S 156 on September 5 1942. Transferred to the Bulgarian navy as S 6 in 1942.
TM-60* Commissioned as S 157 on September 8 1942. Transferred to the Bulgarian Navy as S 7 in 1942. Sunk by mortarfire of Yugoslavian partisans west of Trieste, May 1 1945.
TM-61* Commissioned as S 158 on September 9 1942. Transferred to the Bulgarian Navy as S 8 in 1942. Bombed and sunk by allied aircraft in Sibenik, Yugoslavia on October 25 1944.
- In retrospect, TM.58-61 never seem to have served in the Bulgarian Navy. The information about their transfer is from H.T. Lenton "The Navies of the Second World War: the Royal Netherlands Navy", which appears to be incorrect. They served with the 7th and 3rd S-flotillas during their careers.
ТМ-51 24.05.1940 в Англии