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Destroyer HMCS Haida




Rindert van Zinderen Bakker

HMCS Haida was a destroyer of the Tribal-class serving in the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) from 1943-1963. During World War II, Haida sank more enemy surface tonnage than any other Canadian warship. In the Korean War the ship did two tours of duty. Nowadays she is the only surviving Tribal-class destroyer out of 27 units that were constructed between 1937-1945 for the Royal Navy, Royal Australian Navy, and the Royal Canadian Navy.






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Frigate USS Clark / 4

Frigate USS Clark / 4




Rindert van Zinderen Bakker

The ships of the Oliver Hazzard Perry class were designed in the United States in the mid-1970’s as general-purpose escort vessels inexpensive enough to be bought in large quantities to replace older ships. Intended to protect amphibious landing forces, supply and replenishment groups, and merchant convoys from submarines, they also later were part of battleship-centric groups and aircraft carrier battle groups/strike groups.






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HNLMS tromp

HNLMS tromp




Jantinus Mulder

Trapped in the Far East by the over-run of the Netherlands and by the occupancy of the Netherlands East Indies. Tromp's destiny lay in the Indian Ocean and Pacific onslaughts. The ship became one of the highest decorated Dutch warships of World War 2. Often referred to as 'The Ghost Ship', the crew preferred to call her 'The Lucky Ship', since she was no less than five times claimed to be sunk.






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MS Rotterdam

MS Rotterdam




Bert Lamers

Five weeks after the withdrawal of the legendary ‘Rotterdam’ (V) Holland America Line introduced in November 1997 the ‘Rotterdam’ (VI). With her gross tonnage of 59.652 she was and stil is a remarkable ship among all cruise liners. From 2012 the proud flagship of the HAL is sailing year-round from Rotterdam (The Netherlands). In this number of Liners Bert Lamers described the history of the ‘Rotterdam’ (VI). He also gives a description on the interior and the large art- and antique collection on board.






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