HMS Tyne arriving at Portsmouth
John Feltham 2006/8/6]River Class Fishery Protection Vessel, HMS Mersey, entering Portsmouth Harbour 1010hrs on 6th August, 2006 at the end of a tour of duty
The Royal Navy HMS TYNE Patrol Boat alongside Queens wharf, Falmouth, Cornwall
HMS TYNE (P281) arriving Falmouth, Cornwall - coming alongside County wharf shadowed by the Falmouth tug PECUILHMS TYNE is the first of the River Class Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) built for Fishery Protection around the UK.These OPVs, including sister ships HMS Severn and HMS Mersey, are taking over from the Island Class. HMS Tyne was built in Woolston Docks, Southampton and is based at HM Naval Base Portsmouth.The current HMS Tyne is the sixth ship to bear the name in the Royal Navy.
The Offshore Patrol Vessel HMS TYNE (P281) alongside County Wharf, Falmouth, Cornwall