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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

BM and Solido navy officers in front of the National Maritime Museum of Ireland

BM (Au Bon Marche) and Solido navy officers in front of the National Maritime Museum of Ireland. BM and Solido were famous Belgian producers of composite soldiers in 30s/50s. You can also see the 6 Pounder Hotchkiss Gun and the Mushroom Anchor used to moor lightships.



Tuesday, September 10, 2019

LÉ James Joyce (P62) ship and navy officers

LÉ James Joyce is an Offshore patrol vessel. She was built at Appledore Shipyards, Devon and was commissioned in 2015. She is the second of three OPV’s recently ordered by the Navy. LÉ James Joyce is currently assisting in the humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean, having taken over from the LÉ Róisín. Vital stats: Length 90 metres – Weight 1,933 tonnes – Top speed 23 knots.
These navy officers are produced by Durso and Solido (Belgium) in 50s.