|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||S.A. Beliard Crighton & Co. (Ostend, Belgium)|
|Lost||13 Feb 1941|
|Loss position||48° 50'N, 14° 20'W|
Completed in October 1938.
HMT Rubens (T/Lt. Henry Gardiner Pyle, RNR) was sunk by a German FW 200 aircraft about 230 nautical miles south-west of ,Ireland in position 48º50'N, 14º20'W.
Commands listed for HMS Rubens
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|1||T/Lt. Henry Gardiner Pyle, RNR||4 Dec 1940||13 Feb 1941|
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