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The “Hecla” class survey vessel HMS HERALD (A138) photographed as a hospital ship at Portsmouth during August 1982 on her return to the UK following the Falklands conflict.
 

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Hearld hectae and Hydra. Hearld and Hydra are now Bligh and sommerville and gave two years tied up along side in Waterford ..while doing some mapping worrk. Neither changed much except for a few coats of paint and a basket ball loop on somerville. Believe them to be operating on the north west cost of Ireland on some more mapping work.For more info contact danny siggers On the RNCA site.
 

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Hearld hectae and Hydra. Hearld and Hydra are now Bligh and sommerville and gave two years tied up along side in Waterford ..while doing some mapping worrk. Neither changed much except for a few coats of paint and a basket ball loop on somerville. Believe them to be operating on the north west cost of Ireland on some more mapping work.For more info contact danny siggers On the RNCA site.
Somerville now appears to have been scrapped. Check out Shipspotting.com under scrapyard ships Somerville.
 
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