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HMS Mersey’s visit cancelled

BRADES—A visit by the HMS Mersey, the current Atlantic Patrol Task (North) platform, originally carded for April 25 – 28 has been cancelled, according to a Government House news release. The ship has reportedly suffered a major technical fault that has prevented her

HMS Mersey

HMS Mersey

from keeping to the scheduled visit to Montserrat.

The HMS Mercy was slated to dock in Montserrat on a three day working visit during which it was anticipated that she and her crew would engage in a range of operational and community activities including training and exercising with the key Montserrat disaster and incident response agencies, a reception at Government House and other social and recreational activities.

HMS Mersey is an Offshore Patrol Vessel, smaller than the frigates and Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels that have visited Montserrat in the past. “We hope she will visit later on this year,” the Government House press release states.

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BRADES—A visit by the HMS Mersey, the current Atlantic Patrol Task (North) platform, originally carded for April 25 – 28 has been cancelled, according to a Government House news release. The ship has reportedly suffered a major technical fault that has prevented her

HMS Mersey

HMS Mersey

from keeping to the scheduled visit to Montserrat.

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The HMS Mercy was slated to dock in Montserrat on a three day working visit during which it was anticipated that she and her crew would engage in a range of operational and community activities including training and exercising with the key Montserrat disaster and incident response agencies, a reception at Government House and other social and recreational activities.

HMS Mersey is an Offshore Patrol Vessel, smaller than the frigates and Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels that have visited Montserrat in the past. “We hope she will visit later on this year,” the Government House press release states.