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HMS Knaresborough Castle (K389) Career (UK) Name: HMS Knaresborough Castle (K389) Namesake: Knaresborough Castle Ordered: 19 January 1943 Launched: 29 September 1943 General characteristics Class and type: Castle-class corvette HMS Knaresborough Castle (K389) was a Castle-class corvette of the Royal Navy, built under the 1943 War Programme, and named after Knaresborough Castle in Yorkshire, England. She was ordered on 19 January 1943, launched at Blyth Shipyard in Blyth, Northumberland on 29 September 1943 and completed on 5 April 1944. She was scrapped at Glasgow in March 1956. In World War II she served as a convoy escort. This article about a specific naval ship or boat of the United Kingdom is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e v • d • e Castle class corvettes  Royal Navy Allington Castle · Alnwick Castle · Amberley Castle · Bamborough Castle · Barnard Castle · Berkeley Castle · Caistor Castle · Carisbrooke Castle · Denbigh Castle · Dumbarton Castle · Farnham Castle · Flint Castle · Guildford Castle · Hedingham Castle (K491) · Hedingham Castle (K529) · Hadleigh Castle · Hever Castle · Hurst Castle · Kenilworth Castle · Knaresborough Castle · Lancaster Castle · Launceston Castle · Leaside Castle · Leeds Castle · Maiden Castle · Morpeth Castle · Norham Castle · Nunnery Castle · Oakham Castle · Oxford Castle · Pembroke Castle · Pevensey Castle · Portchester Castle · Rayleigh Castle · Rising Castle · Rushen Castle · Sandgate Castle · Scarborough Castle · Sherborne Castle · Shrewsbury Castle · Tamworth Castle · Tintagel Castle · Walmer Castle · Wolvesey Castle · York Castle  Royal Canadian Navy Arnprior  · Bowmanville  · Copper Cliff  · Hespeler  · Humberstone  · Huntsville  · Kincardine  · Leaside  · Orangeville  · Petrolia  · St. Thomas  · Tillsonburg  Royal Norwegian Navy Tunsberg Castle