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    A very good afternoon and a very warm welcome on board with us Jack Mulder. It's an honor wishing you welcome with such a great ship.

    The image made me curious, so I searched for it online and found this information:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HNLMS_Tromp
    With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

    Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
    Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

    Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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      BNS F 911 Westdiep close to Den Helder (The Netherlands)

      Class and type: Wielingen class frigate
      Displacement: 2,200 tonnes
      Length: 106.38 m
      Beam: 12.30 m
      Draught: 5.60 m
      Propulsion: Combined Diesel or Gas Turbine
      2x ABC type DZC Diesel engines providing 4,200 hp (3,130 kW) each
      1x Rolls Royce Olympus T M - 3 B gasturbine providing 27.575 hp (21 kW)
      2 inverted screws with variable pitch
      Speed: 28 knots (52 km/h)
      Range: 6,000 nautical miles (11,000 km) at 16 knots (30 km/h)
      Complement: 14 officers, 84 NCO's and 59 sailors
      Build: 1975 by ****erill Yards, Hoboken (Belgium)


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        The F911 is a good looking navy ship (does navy ships really fall under this category)... I can imagine her hull converted into a super yacht.

        She has a somewhat low profile.

        I'm also wondering about the square box close to the stern: are those anti-air-missiles?
        With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

        Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
        Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

        Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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          Originally posted by pakarang View Post
          The F911 is a good looking navy ship (does navy ships really fall under this category)... I can imagine her hull converted into a super yacht.

          She has a somewhat low profile.

          I'm also wondering about the square box close to the stern: are those anti-air-missiles?
          Yes those are Sea Sparrows

          Jack

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            Name: F930 Leopold I
            Namesake: King Leopold I of Belgium
            Christened: 29 March 2007, by HM Queen Fabiola of Belgium
            Acquired: Purchased on 22 December 2005, from the Royal Netherlands Navy
            In service: 29 March 2007
            Renamed: 29 March 2007, from HNLMS Karel Doorman to F930 Leopold I
            Homeport: Zeebrugge Naval Base

            Class and type: Karel Doorman class frigate
            Displacement: 2,800 tonnes
            Length: 122.325 m
            Beam: 14.37 m
            Draught: 6.2 m
            Speed: 30 knots
            Complement: 15 officers, 70 NCO's, 60 sailors

            Jack Mulder
            Last edited by Jack Mulder; June 5th, 2010, 15:10.

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              BNS F 931 Louise Marie (Ex Dutch Frigat Willem van der Zaan) arriving in Den Helder (The Netherlands)

              Characteristics of the F-931 Marie-Louise:
              Displacement: 3300 tons
              Dimensions: 122 meter x 14.4 meter
              Draught: 6,2 meters
              Complement: 154 officers & men
              Propulsion: 2 Rolls Royce SPEY 1A gas turbines, total 33.800 hp and 2 Stork Werkspoor diesels total 9.790 pk.
              Max. speed: 29 knots

              Armament:
              Nato Sea Sparrow Missile VLS
              30mm Goalkeeper CIWS
              .50 Browning canons
              2x4 cell AGM-84 Harpoon
              2x APECS-II ECM
              2x2 tube Mk.46 Mod 5 Torpedo weapon system
              Mark 36 SRBOC
              Nixie AN/SLQ-25 torpedo decoy system
              1x 76mm Oto Melara kanon
              Anaconda underwater detection system

              Aircraft: 1x NH90 NFH helicopter when delivered

              Jack Mulder

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                CNS F 18 Almirante Riveros (Ex Dutch Tjerk Hiddes) during trials at the Texel roads

                Displacement: 3300 tons
                Dimensions: 122 meter x 14.4 meter
                Draught: 6,2 meters
                Complement: 154 officers & men
                Propulsion: 2 Rolls Royce SPEY 1A gas turbines, total 33.800 hp and 2 Stork Werkspoor diesels total 9.790 pk.
                Max. speed: 29 knots

                Armament:
                Nato Sea Sparrow Missile VLS
                .50 Browning canons
                2x4 cell AGM-84 Harpoon
                2x APECS-II ECM
                2x2 tube Mk.46 Mod 5 Torpedo weapon system
                Mark 36 SRBOC
                Nixie AN/SLQ-25 torpedo decoy system
                1x 76mm Oto Melara kanon
                Anaconda underwater detection system

                Jack Mulder
                Last edited by Jack Mulder; June 14th, 2010, 20:43.

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                  HNLMS F 831 van Amstel


                  Displacement: 3300 tons
                  Dimensions: 122 meter x 14.4 meter
                  Draught: 6,2 meters
                  Complement: 154 officers & men
                  Propulsion: 2 Rolls Royce SPEY 1A gas turbines, total 33.800 hp and 2 Stork
                  Werkspoor diesels total 9.790 pk.
                  Max. speed: 29 knots

                  Armament:
                  Nato Sea Sparrow Missile VLS
                  30mm Goalkeeper CIWS
                  .50 Browning canons
                  2x4 cell AGM-84 Harpoon
                  2x APECS-II ECM
                  2x2 tube Mk.46 Mod 5 Torpedo weapon system
                  Mark 36 SRBOC
                  Nixie AN/SLQ-25 torpedo decoy system
                  1x 76mm Oto Melara kanon
                  Anaconda underwater detection system

                  Jack Mulder

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                    HNLMS F 834 van Galen same class as HNLMS van Amstel



                    Jack Mulder

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                      HNLMS F 803 TROMP entering the harbour of Den helder (The Netherlands)


                      Jack Mulder

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                        HNLMS F 804 de RUYTER



                        Jack Mulder

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                          HNLMS F 828 van Speijk just arrived after a mission in the West Indies.


                          Jack Mulder

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                            Does anyone know what the "rail" is under the bridge windows. The "rail" looks about 2 meters below the windows. Is it a place to stand when servicing (cleaning) the windows?

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                              Originally posted by pilotdane View Post
                              Does anyone know what the "rail" is under the bridge windows. The "rail" looks about 2 meters below the windows. Is it a place to stand when servicing (cleaning) the windows?
                              I think it is as you say, a place to stand when cleaning windows.
                              With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

                              Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
                              Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

                              Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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                                Originally posted by Jack Mulder View Post
                                HNLMS F 804 de RUYTER



                                ]Jack Mulder
                                Did you all notice that large flat-screen TV on the back, which seems able to rotate 360 degrees.
                                With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

                                Administrator and Owner of CaptainsVoyage.
                                Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

                                Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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