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Got news about forthcoming visits of Naval Ships to a nearby port? Post your news here for the benefit of other members. If the ship is to be open to visitors, let us know the dates and times. Photos of such visits must be posted as normal in the Photo Gallery section, usually under the Class of ship, or the Country of the warship.
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Many thanks Hon Mod Jim for providing this thread. It's good to to provide a service to/for our members, especially those who don't get local radio or newspaper notification of Naval vessels making a visit to a port that is well within their radius of travel.

HMS Portland sails to town of Portland and is open to visitors
05/03/2015

Captain Simon Asquith OBE will sail his Type 23 frigate HMS Portland into her namesake port on Saturday March 7 for a short visit.

Arriving at approximately 08:00 on Saturday March 7, the ship will remain in Deep Water Berth for 4 days.

HMS Portland is one of the youngest Type 23 frigates and has proved herself the fastest and most fearless Type 23 frigate in the Royal Navy.

Primarily in Portland for a routine visit, HMS Portland will open to members of the public on Sunday March 8 between 10:00 and 17:00, with last entry at 16:00.

Source; See full article at royalnavy.mod.uk


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Type 23 Frigate HMS Somerset (F82) to visit Port of Leith - open to visitors Sunday 26 April 2015


Royal Navy warship HMS Somerset will sail into the port of Leith, Edinburgh, at approximately 7am on Friday, April 24 for a four day visit.

The ship will be open to the public on Sunday, April 26 from 10am with last entry at 4pm. Access is through the cruise liner terminal adjacent to the Ocean Terminal shopping centre.

The Type 23 Duke Class frigate is visiting Edinburgh in support of the service of commemoration for the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign being held at the Scottish national war memorial.

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Type 45 Destroyer HMS Defender (D36) and Mine Countermeasures Vessel HMS Middleton (M34) visiting London


20/04/2015
Royal Navy Type 45 Air Defence Destroyer HMS Defender will sail into London on Wednesday, 22 April for a six day visit. She will be joined by minehunter HMS Middleton on Friday, 24 April.

On 25 and 26 April 2015, HMS DEFENDER will open to the public for free tours so you can witness first hand the capabilities of such an important vessel. The ship visit will be strictly for ticket holders only and free boat transfers will be provided from Greenwich Pier. The visit will last approximately 90 minutes. Visitors should enter the security screening area via the Water Gate of the Old Royal Naval College. A map showing the location is at http://www.ornc.org//visit/sitemap

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We regret that due to exceptional demand, tickets for tours on HMS DEFENDER are no longer available. We still have availability for tours onboard HMS MIDDLETON on Saturday 25th April. To book tickets for this event please click here


Sources; Please open the link in the post title to read full article; or visit royalnavy.mod.uk/news-and-latest-activity/.


One hopes that no forum member will have missed the opportunity to visit these ships due to lack of earlier notification on this thread!!


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PS It is recognised that mention of HMS Middleton's visit has already appeared in another thread on the forum
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HMS Ocean will visit her adopted City of Sunderland, arriving off the port on the afternoon of Friday 1st May and leaving on the afternoon of Tuesday 5th May. Her crew will exercise their Freedom of the City with a march through the City centre on Saturday morning at 11am. She will be open to visitors on Sunday and Monday.
http://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/p...ship-1-7223821

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Ooops - nature wins... but not entirely; seems that some visitors still got the chance for the (second day open to visitors) guided tour this afternoon.


Bad weather cuts short HMS Ocean’s Sunderland stay
11:57Monday 04 May 2015

HMS Ocean arrived in Wearside on Friday and had been due to stay until Tuesday, with Wearsiders welcomed aboard for visits.

But the Royal Navy has now announced it will depart this afternoon.

A spokesman for Sunderland City Council said: “Due to weather and sea conditions forecast for tomorrow, regretfully HMS Ocean is expected to leave at 5pm today a day earlier than expected.

“The last guided tour onboard will begin at 1pm today and everyone is encouraged to wave goodbye from along the seafront at the mouth of the river.”

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Flippin' eck as like Arry lad ............ are they expecting a Hurricane ..... the last time I had to leave harbour cos' of bad weather was 1955 Malta Christmas Day when fings got hairy in Lazzaretto Creek and we with Saintes alongside Ranpura, or was it Ausonia, had to put to sea to weather it. Mind you them CH was built of sterner stuff than today's tissue boats.

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I suspect the problem lies with Ocean negotiating her way safely down the river and out to sea, even with tug assistance. She's big, slab-sided, reportedly has a u/s bow thrust and handles like a plastic bottle in any puff of wind. A Force 6 is forecast for Sunderland tomorrow.
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were you there in 1956 Dave when Corunna was part of the 4th DF?
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were you there in 1956 Dave when Corunna was part of the 4th DF?
Yes Tim ,I was on Chevron , part of the 1st D.S. with Chieftain [Capt D] and Chaplet.

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Due to painting duties yesterday, I get double time for Bank Holidays, I missed this news and was hoping to get some photos of her leaving this afternoon. We wondered why ships hooters were sounding yesterday tea time Although it was raining all morning, it is fine and bright now. Must admit that I no longer take any notice of weather forcasts, I just look out the window and dress appropriately.

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Just been to the docs and it is 16 degrees out there, but blowing a hooly now

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Due to painting duties yesterday, I get double time for Bank Holidays, I missed this news and was hoping to get some photos of her leaving this afternoon. We wondered why ships hooters were sounding yesterday tea time Although it was raining all morning, it is fine and bright now. Must admit that I no longer take any notice of weather forcasts, I just look out the window and dress appropriately.

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A bit more info and photos Jim + a photo by someone who went onboard.
http://www.itv.com/news/tyne-tees/up...gh-sunderland/

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/...-ocean-9173945
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The Royal Navy website contains the following article announcing that the Hunt class minehunter HMS Middleton will arrive at Lerwick in the Shetland Islands at approximately 0900 tomorrow (Thu 21 May 2015) to start a five-day visit. The ship will be open to visitors from 1000 to 1600 on Friday.
HMS Middleton to sail into Shetland for the first time in ten years
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I have some good photos of our veterans visiting Ocean at Greenwich over VE weekend, i need to reduce their size to post here but if anyone wants to see them send me a pm with your email and i will send you the set via dropbox?
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The Royal Navy website contains the following article announcing that the Hunt class minehunter HMS Middleton will arrive at Lerwick in the Shetland Islands at approximately 0900 tomorrow (Thu 21 May 2015) to start a five-day visit. The ship will be open to visitors from 1000 to 1600 on Friday.
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The Royal Navy website contains this article announcing that HMS Ramsey (MCM1 Crew 2) is due to arrive in Liverpool this Friday (5 June) for a four-day visit coinciding with the International Mersey River Festival. She will berth at Canning Half-Tide Dock and be open to the public on Saturday and Sunday between 1030 and 1630 with last entry at 1615.

MCM1 Crew 2 is currently manning HMS Ramsey having sailed her back from the Gulf in August 2014. The attached photo was taken by WNSF Forum member Daniel Ferro (gibdan) and shows her in Gibraltar on 21 August 2014 while en route back from the Gulf.

The ship has recently emerged from refit in Rosyth where a number of her systems have been upgraded. Following trials to prove all of the weapon systems and machinery, Crew 2 will prepare for operations between now and December before flying out to man HMS Bangor in the Gulf for another six-month deployment.
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23/06/2015

Type 23 frigate HMS Northumberland sails into North Shields on Wednesday 24 June for a six-day visit.

She will be berthing at Northumbrian Quay North Shields at approximately 10am and will remain alongside until Monday 29 June.

HMS Northumberland is open to the public on Armed Forces Day, Saturday 27 June, between 11am and 4pm with last entry at 3.30pm.

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HMS Northumberland will be in Belfast for the Tall Ships Event 2 – 5 July 2015. According to the map on the Translink / Tall Ships website, she will be berthed in Pollock Dock.

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HMS ST Albans returns to London
11/07/2015

HMS St Alban’s Commanding Officer, Commander Richard Hutchings, will sail his Royal Navy Type 23 frigate into London on Tuesday, July 7 for an eight-day visit.

The ship will be moored in West India Dock in the heart of Canary Wharf.

The ship is primarily in town for an affiliation visit but will be open to the public on Saturday, July 11 from 9am until 5.30pm with last entry at 4pm.

Tickets can be obtained from: www.stalbanstickets.eventbrite.co.uk

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The Royal Navy website contains this article announcing that the Sandown class minehunter HMS Pembroke will visit Ayr this weekend to support the Scottish Airshow. She will give a capability demonstration on the beach at Low Green prior to the airshow on Saturday (5 Sep) before opening to the public at Compass Pier from 1130 to 1800.
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HMS Diamond to visit her twin city of Aberdeen
07/11/2015



The Type 45 Destroyer – one of the Royal Navy’s newest ships – will open to the public on Saturday (November 7) from 10am to 3pm

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TYPE 23 frigate HMS Monmouth tody visits her ‘home town’ for the first time in three years.
Monmouth was docking at Britannia Quay Cardiff today and will welcome members of the public for tours tomorrow from 10am to 2pm.
The frigate was given the Freedom of the town of Monmouth in 2004 and on Sunday the crew will be exercising this ceremonial right by parading through the town in the traditional style, bayonets fixed, drums beating and colours flying. Starting at 2.30pm, the crew will march along Cinderhall Street, Monnow Street and up Castle Hill before being inspected by local dignitaries.
The event is in contrast to recent exercises – the ship has completed a deployment to Scandinavia and three weeks of exercises with 825 Naval Air Squadron and the Wildcat helicopter.
Known as the Black Duke, Monmouth is unique in the Royal Navy in that her nameplates are black and she flies a black flag as well as the White Ensign.
This is in recognition of the blacking out of the coat of arms of the Duke of Monmouth in 1685 following the Monmouth Rebellion against James II of England.
The ship leaves Cardiff on Maundy Thursday to return to her base port of Plymouth to conduct routine maintenance ahead of intensive operational training in the summer.
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Due to external factors HMS Monmouth has had to delay its (sic) entry into Cardiff this weekend meaning that she will no longer be open to visitors on Saturday.

The rest of her programme is expected to continue.
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HMS Ocean, the Royal Navy’s Fleet Flagship will be alongside the Port of Sunderland from Thursday, July 6, to Tuesday, July 11, to pay tribute to its affiliated city.

HMS Ocean is set to be replaced by the brand new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth - which sailed for the first time last week to begin sea trials.

A packed programme has been prepared for the visit, which will give people the chance to show their appreciation to the ship before it leaves naval service in the spring of next year after 20 years in service.

A range of events aimed at putting both HMS Ocean and her company on show will include an evening reception and capability demonstration held on board for selected guests on the Friday, as well as a dedicated open day on the Sunday from 11am to 6pm.


Visitors wishing to see HMS Ocean and meet the ship’s crew are advised to utilise city parking and use the Low Street pedestrian entrance to the port.
The centre piece of the weekend will take place on the Saturday when more than 240 officers and ratings from the Ship’s Company will exercise HMS Ocean’s freedom of the city by marching through the streets accompanied by the Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines.
Stepping off at 11am from Burdon Road and passing the Mowbray Park Monument, the parade will culminate in a Mayoral civic reception.




A Science Technology Engineering and Maths event will be held on board on the Monday for secondary school pupils with the aim of giving them an insight into engineering and the application of science in a maritime environment.


Sports will also feature heavily as part of the visit with both rugby and football fixtures arranged with city teams.
Commanding Officer, Captain Robert Pedre, said: “It is indeed a great honour to bring HMS Ocean to Sunderland.
"The ship has maintained a long and close affiliation with the city of which we are justly proud; my Ship’s Company is very much looking forward to the visit and I hope as many local residents as possible are able to come to the docks and visit the ship.
“This visit demonstrates the strength of HMS Ocean’s affiliation with the City of Sunderland, a visit to which the Ship’s Company is looking forward and an affiliation of which they are extremely proud.”
Mayor of Sunderland, Councillor Doris MacKnight said: “We are delighted to be welcoming HMS Ocean and her crew back to Sunderland, for the final time.
"The freedom parades are always a spectacular sight and I know people will once again be looking forward to seeing officers and crew parade through the city centre.
"By exercising the Freedom of the City, there's an opportunity for everybody to show their appreciation, show how proud Sunderland is of its links with the Royal Navy and say goodbye.”


Just prior to arrival, the ship will have completed a major maintenance period and a large scale command and control joint exercise; all this following a successful six-month operation in the Mediterranean and the Gulf where HMS Ocean was deployed as part of the Joint Expeditionary Force (Maritime) 16 and as the command platform for the first British commander of the US Combined Task Force 50.


HMS Ocean will deploy later this year as the Flagship for the Standing NATO Maritime Group 2; a significant and long-standing NATO commitment contributing to the security of the Mediterranean region.
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