DSEi is back in town


Every two years the Royal Docks actually has multiple large ships in it – not the numbers of it’s heyday but as the waters are normally devoid of large ships it is an impressive sight to see.

The cause of the sudden influx of maritime visitors is the Defence exhibition taking place at London’s Excel exhibition centre and the DSEi show makes full use of the dock waters to provide additional exhibition space.

Here are some pictures of the ships arriving in the Royal Docks.

BNS Castor P901 (9) @ Gallions Reach 12-09-15

BNS Castor P901

FGS Ludwigshafen am Rhein F264 (4) @ Gallions Reach 12-09-15

FGS Ludwigshafen am Rhein F264

HMCS Winnipeg FFH338 (2) @ Gallions Reach 13-09-15

HMCS Winnipeg FFH338

HMS Hurworth M39 (1) @ London's Royal Docks 12-09-15

HMS Hurworth M39

HMS Iron Duke F234 (7) @ Gallions Reach 13-09-15

HMS Iron Duke F234

HMS Tyne P281 (7) @ KGV Lock 14-09-15

HMS Tyne P281

INS Trikand F51 (2) @ KGV Lock 14-09-15

INS Trikand F51

VN Partisan (3) @ KGV Lock 13-09-15

VN Partisan

A few more pictures can be seen here.

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