|April 26, 1944||T29 Torpedo Boat|
|April 29, 1944||T27 Torpedo Boat|
|June 9, 1944||ZH1 Destroyer|
|June 9, 1944||Z32 Destroyer|
|June 24, 1944||U971 U-Boat|
|July 15, 1944||UJ1420/UJ1421 Trawler|
|August 6, 1944||M486 Minesweeper|
|August 6, 1944||SG-3C|
|September 6, 1944||VEDETTE Patrol Boat|
Off White: Humbrol #34
Mid Grey Green: 110 drops of Humbrol #30 to one matte white.
Pale Blue: 15 drops of Humbrol #25 to one drop matte white
Dark Terracota: Humbrol #70.
The reason for the off white and pale blue at the forward end was to make them almost invisible when approaching head on. The stern was dark so the ships could keep station on one another. This camouflage was pastel in nature to absorb light, rather than reflecting it. It worked. When Haida sank T-27 the Germans never saw them and thought they were being shelled by a cruiser.