|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|Melampus (ex-Chios)||H44, H75||Fairfield, Govan||1914||16.12.1914||6.1915||sold 9.1921|
|Medea (ex-Kriti)||H9C, H74||John Brown, Clydebank||4.1914||30.1.1915||6.1915||sold 5.1921|
|Melpomene (ex-Samos)||H09, H76, D50||Fairfield, Govan||1914||1.2.1915||8.1915||sold 5.1921|
|Medusa (ex-Lesvos)||H90||John Brown, Clydebank||4.1914||27.3.1915||7.1915||sunk 25.3.1916|
|Displacement normal, t||
1007 - 1040
|Displacement full, t||
|No of shafts||
3 Brown-Curtis steam turbines, 3 Yarrow boilers
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
3 x 1 - 102/41 QF Mk VII, 2 x 2 - 533 TT
Late in 1913 four destroyers had been ordered for the Greek Navy, and they were laid down early in 1914 as the Kriti and Lesvos (John Brown) and Chios and Samos (Fairfield). They were very similar to the Admiralty 'M' class, but had a raised fore funnel and carried the second 102mm gun between No 1 and No 2 funnels. Internally they differed in having the double boiler room next to the engine room, and the accommodation was different.
1916-1917, all survived: - 3 x 1 - 102/41; + 3 x 1 - 102/40 QF Mk IV, 1 x 1 - 40/39 2pdr QF Mk II
Medusa 25.3.1916 while screening seaplane carrier Vindex was rammed by destroyer Laverock, she was taken under tow home but later abandoned and sank.