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Irish Naval Service OPVs LÉ James Joyce, LÉ William Butler Yeats and LÉ George Bernard Shaw.
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Ireland to procure two patrol vessels from New Zealand

The deal is expected to include two decommissioned Lake Class ships.

https://www.naval-technology.com/news/i ... w-zealand/

[Its a long way from Tipperary!]
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Irish naval vessel visits City of Glasgow

Irish Naval Vessel LÉ George Bernard Shaw arrived in Glasgow this week, the visit by the Offshore Patrol Vessel is the first Irish Naval visit to Scotland for over 10 years.
The Royal Navy tweeted a video of the arrival.
Continues at - https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/irish-n ... keTk9KPP04
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Irish OPV LE George Bernard Shaw outbound from Glasgow this afternoon.

See also - https://twitter.com/naval_service
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LÉ Eithne: Plea to Convert Flagship into Cork Naval Museum, Rather than Selling Patrol Vessel for Scrap

See - https://www.afloat.ie/port-news/navy/it ... -for-scrap
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