|Laid down:||14 May 1943|
|Launched:||21 June 1943, as Rivulet|
|Commissioned:||3 September 1943, as Spabeck|
|Displacement:||1,219 long tons (1,239 t)|
|Length:||172 ft (52 m)|
|Beam:||30 ft (9.1 m)|
|Draught:||12 ft (3.7 m)|
|Speed:||9 knots (17 km/h; 10 mph)|
RFA Spabeck (A227) was a coastal water carrier of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary.
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