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HMS St Albans

HMS St Albans

HMS St Albans, the sixteenth and last of the Royal Navy's Type 23 frigates to be built, was launched on 6 May 2000. Constructed by BAE Systems at Scotstoun, she was delivered to the Royal Navy in November 2001. HMS St Albans emerged from an extensive £25M refit late in 2014. alongside in base port. As with all Duke class frigates they are versatile and can operate in any imaginable situation. At the time of this photograph the Saint is the Fleet Ready Escort and will spend the majority of the year in and around UK waters conducting training and exercises with various UK and military agencies and organisations.

Chris Day

Image size: 5000 x 3000, 5.29Mb | Camera details: NIKON D500 | Date uploaded: 05/07/2019

Chris Day | HMS St Albans
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