Navy Gallery

  • Clyde Fleet Tender expedition (60 photos)

    During Extended Learning Week the RN Section undertakes a week-long expedition on the Firth of Clyde in Scotland. We take over one of the Royal Navy’s submarine tenders from the Naval Base at Faslane.
  • Visit to Damage Control and Fire Fighting unit (10 photos)

    The HM Naval Base at Portsmouth provides many training facilities which are open to RN cadets. One of these is the Damage Control and Fire Fighting Unit, where ship crews can practice dealing with emergency situations on a ship.
  • Afloat training (29 photos)

    Afloat training is the main focus of the RN Section. We regularly go to Mote Park for sailing, kayaking, rowing, powerboating and raft building activities. In addition, we take part in national and regional regattas and take advantage of afloat training facilities on Royal Navy vessels.
  • Outdoor training (37 photos)

    Most of the RN Section’s outdoor activities are afloat, but since this is not always possible, we sometimes simulate activities ashore.
 
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