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    Emer still looks good after all this time. Nice to note the weapons refits.
    Just visiting

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    HNLMS Walrus is due in Cork tomorrow.(23rd)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie fish View Post






    nice one did you get a little visit on board??

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    It was a bit late when I was in town last night. I didn't ask.

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    Mexican Naval Tall Ship 'ARM CUAUHTEMOC' due to visit Dublin Port
    Sir John Rogersons Quay 16 - 21st June
    open to the publin Wed ,Thur and Fri @ 14:00 hrs.
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    Mexician naval Amphibious ship 'PAPALOAPAN' in ocean pier dublin now-
    a fine ship used to be owned by the us navy

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    Isn't that the same type as the Aussies Kanimbla? Old Newport Class?

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    Is Dublin or Cork expecting a visit from the Japanese Navy?.

    Three of their vessels, JDS Asagiri / JDS Umigiri / JDS Kashima are due in Portsmouth this morning.

    I wonder if they will be making an Irish visit.
    Last edited by pmtts; 28th July 2008 at 08:57.

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    You can check arrivals and departures at Dublin on

    http://booking.dublinport.ie/dpcweb/

    Didn't see any naval vessels for the next 10 days.

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    Knowing the shower of crusties round these parts, any Visit from the JDS would be greeted by protests about whaling, or how they encouraged the use of the a-bomb or some other nonsense.

    No mention of a visit on the port of cork site either.

    http://www.portofcork.ie/schedule.aspx

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    HMS Endurance is currently in Cork, I believe, on her way south for the Antarctic Summer.

    Photos to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moggy View Post
    nice one did you get a little visit on board??
    I did years ago on her sister Tijerhaare

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie fish View Post
    HMS Endurance is currently in Cork, I believe, on her way south for the Antarctic Summer.

    Photos to follow.
    Look forward to those.

    Endurance is always one vessel I never get to see when she slips out of Pompey.

    Take a look at Endurance's official site, a great write up on Kerryman Tom Crean.

    http://www.visitandlearn.co.uk/Topic...6/Default.aspx

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    HMS Enterprise in Cork since this morning. Leaving port on Monday I think.
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    "We do not govern to rule, we govern to serve" Gen. Michael Collins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie fish View Post
    HMS Endurance is currently in Cork, I believe, on her way south for the Antarctic Summer.

    Photos to follow.
    Yeah, I was misinformed. I realised this when I saw Grey, instead of Red and White.
    HMS Enterprise. Looking well, of course, but where is the courtesy flag? Major faus pas there. Union Chandelry should be open in the morning, no doubt they'll rectify the omission.

    She has been pretty busy, I believe, doing far more than just the surveying she was designed for.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie fish View Post
    Yeah, I was misinformed. I realised this when I saw Grey, instead of Red and White.
    And there was me looking forward to the pics

    Enterprise recently came back from a 19 month deployment

    Ive never see her as she is home ported down at Devonport.

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    According to local papers, she is currently working out of Belfast.

    I always thought the type seemed to fit the profile for our EPV, in certain ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie fish View Post
    According to local papers, she is currently working out of Belfast.

    I always thought the type seemed to fit the profile for our EPV, in certain ways.
    Ahh yes, I beleive she is charting the NW Approaches so Belfast would be a suitable location.

    http://www.qhmportsmouth.com/port-mo...8-08-28&days=1
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    Spanish Fisheries Protection vessel Alborán currently in Cork. Typically for the Spanish P60 types, it looks like another converted trawler.
    Photos later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie fish View Post
    Spanish Fisheries Protection vessel Alborán currently in Cork. Typically for the Spanish P60 types, it looks like another converted trawler.
    Photos later.
    watched her coming alongside on friday she could do with a lick of paint

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie fish View Post
    Spanish Fisheries Protection vessel Alborán currently in Cork. Typically for the Spanish P60 types, it looks like another converted trawler.

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    LE EITHNE is due up the Solent on Thursday. Has there been previous visits by INS vessels to Portsmouth?.

    Edit: The arrival is in the public domain

    http://www.qhmportsmouth.com/port-mo...8-08-28&days=1
    Last edited by pmtts; 27th August 2008 at 14:36.

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    Eithne was there for Trafalgar 200, in 2005. Aisling was there for one of the maritime festivals a few years back also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwatch View Post
    Eithne was there for Trafalgar 200, in 2005. Aisling was there for one of the maritime festivals a few years back also.

    Many thanks.

    My mistake in the earlier post, I said arrival when it should have been departure :redface:

    Here she is on VTS Radar..

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