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PCT MOOSE 62

PCT Moose 62 providing security for the scuttling of the former HMCS Annapolis off Gambier Island, BC on 04 Apr 2015.

Courtesy of / Dennis Cardy 2015

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Laid down: 

Launched: Oct 2008

Accepted by RCN: 27 Nov 2008

Paid off: 

 

The Orca-class is a class of eight steel-hulled Royal Canadian Navy Training Tenders. Based on the Australian-designed Pacific-class patrol boat, the Orca-class was constructed by Victoria Shipyards between Nov 2004 and Nov 2008, at a total project cost of C$90.7 million. All are in service at CFB Esquimalt in British Columbia. They replaced the YAG 300 class and operate as training platforms and surveillance craft. These ships are not commissioned.

 

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     In memory of those who have crossed the bar    

They shall not be forgotten

 

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PCT Moose 62 providing security for the scuttling of the former HMCS Annapolis off Gambier Island, BC on 04 Apr 2015.

Courtesy of / Dennis Cardy 2015

The CO of PCT Moose 62 on the bridge wing looking over Halkett Bay - 04 Apr 2015

Courtesy of / Dennis Cardy 2015

PCT Moose 62 off Gambier Island, BC on 04 Apr 2015

Courtesy of / Dennis Cardy 2015

PO2 Connelly, on PCT Moose 62, looking over Halkett Bay - 04 Apr 2015

Courtesy of / Dennis Cardy 2015

 

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