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  1. H.S. Kountouriotis

    H.S. Kountouriotis former Dutch ship HNLMS Kortenaer.
  2. HMCS Montréal F336.JPG

    Class and type Halifax-class frigate Displacement 3,995 tonnes (light) 4,795 tonnes (operational) 5,032 tonnes (deep load) Length 134.2 m (440 ft) Beam 16.5 m (54 ft) Draught 7.1 m (23 ft) Propulsion 2 × LM2500 gas turbines 1 × SEMT Pielstick diesel engine Speed 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph)...
  3. FGS Lubeck F214

    Last of the Bremen-class frigates. Due to retire 2022
  4. FGS Lubeck F214

    Last of the Bremen-class frigates. Due to retire 2022
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    HS Spetsai F453 off the coast of Greece. She is based on the Blohm + Voss MEKO 200 frigate class and was built by Hellenic Shipyards Co. at Skaramagas
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    HMS Kent on her approach to Souda Bay Crete
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    FGS Hamburg F220 outbound from Souda
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    HMCS Fredericton off the coast of Crete
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    ENS Bernees along side in Souda Bay Crete
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    HS Themistoklis former HNLMS Philips van Almonde
  11. Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney

    HMAS Stuart, 153, Anzac Class Frigate. Seen here in Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney on 28 Jun 2015.
  12. Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney

    HMAS Canberra, L02 - Amphibious Assault Ship (LHD), and HMAS Darwin, 04 - Adelaide Class Frigate. Seen here in Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney on 28 Jun 2015.
  13. Portugese Frigate, F477

    Frigate, I assume, F477 in Ponta del Garda.
  14. HMCS Annapolis & HNoMS Stavanger

    Canadian Destroyer HMCS Annapolis, (DDH 265) and Norwegian Frigate HNoMS Stavanger, F303 Annapolis was sunk as an artificial reef for diving, 2010/11. At the same time I photographed HMCS Huron, and HNLMS Tjerk Hiddes, F804. I presume they were on the same exercise. They have been posted...
  15. Nith

    River Class Frigate Pennant K 215 Built by Henry Robb Ltd. (Leith, U.K.): Yarrow Shipbuilders Ltd. (Scotstoun, Scotland) Ordered 11 Feb 1941 Laid down 5 Sep 1941 Launched 25 Sep 1942 Commissioned 16 Feb 1943 HMS NITH was the second of the River Class Frigates to be built in...
  16. Tartar

    In 1982, in response to the Falklands War, Tartar was taken out of Reserve, first undertaking a refit before returning to active service, though she would not see action in the Falklands, simply performing a variety of duties in Home Waters, due to the gaps made by the many warships that had...
  17. Active

    HMS Actve on patrol, taken from the back cover of Catham Navy Day program of 1981
  18. Hermione

    HMS Hermione, photographed at Portsmouth on 01 July 1985
  19. Hermione

    HMS Hermione, photographed at Portsmouth on 28 Aug 1990, in dry dock, seen on Naval Day.
  20. Otago

    Displacement: 2144 tons, Length 370ft overall, Beam 41ft, Draught 17ft 4in. Armament (original fit): 1 quadruple Seacat missile launcher, 2 x 4.5in guns in twin turret, 2 limbo 3 barrelled depth charge mortars, 8 x 21in torpedo tubes. Performance: 30 kts Machinery: two sets geared...
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