HMS Sandringham was one of 93 ships of the Ham-class of inshore minesweepers. Their names were all chosen from villages ending in -ham. The minesweeper was named after Sandringham in Norfolk. She was laid up in reserve at Rosneath and converted to serve as a ferry (1972–83) for RNAD Coulport workers. She was sold to Pounds in 1986 and became the Greek ferry Sotirakis II.
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