HMAS SUCCESS, (destroyer), was decommissioned. She had been built for the Royal Navy during World War I, but was commissioned too late to see active service. She was later transferred
HMAS Success I
HMAS Success decommissioned and was once more placed into reserve. She was eventually sold for breaking up on 4 June 1937.
The Marksman class destroyer, (flotilla leader), HMAS ANZAC, (CMDR S. H. Simpson, RN), was commissioned. ANZAC was laid down in Denny Bros. Yard, UK, on 11 January 1917. In 1919
HM Ships ANZAC, TATTOO, SWORDSMAN, SUCCESS, TASMANIA, and STALWART were transferred to the RAN. The S class destroyers were replacements for the six torpedo boat destroyers used during the World
HMS SUCCESS, (destroyer), was laid down at Doxford’s Yard, Sunderland, England. She was launched on 27 January 1920, and shortly afterwards was among a number of vessels gifted to the