cadet training ship

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  • She was commonly used as a cadet training ship following World War I.
  • The vessel was put into service as a merchant marine cadet training ship.
  • He was next appointed captain of the cadet training ship HMS Cornwall.
  • Clan Matheson was a cargo ship, and also served as a cadet training ship.
  • Among other ships, the yard has built three fast missile boats, a cadet training ship, and various other utility ships for the Indian Navy.
  • After her Korean service Triumph was selected as the replacement for as a Cadet Training Ship.
  • The Danes would later use Tickler as a cadet training ship.
  • By 1881 he was a naval cadet on, the Royal Navy's officer cadet training ship.
  • The rigging was restored to an approximation of the original arrangement and the ship was used as a cadet training ship.
  • Being a cadet training ship, Ranger is not equipped with live weaponry unless required for a supervised training exercise.
  • He spent part of his time on Prins Christian Frederik, a ship-of-the-line that was then serving also as a cadet training ship.
  • This ship was originally constructed as a cadet training ship, designed for carrying between 70 and 144 cadets.
  • Suffolk returned home in 1919 and became a cadet training ship before she was listed for sale in April 1920.
  • Accordingly, both boys joined the cadet training ship HMS Britannia in September 1877.
  • In 1919, she began serving as a cadet training ship, remaining in that role until she was listed for sale in March 1921.
  • Used as a cadet training ship, renamed Zetempowiec.
  • The refit was finished by 1909, at which point Hansa became a cadet training ship.
  • The refit was finished by 1911, at which point Vineta became a cadet training ship.
  • She became a cadet training ship from 1920 to 1922.
  • After the war, she was converted to the Royal Navy's cadet training ship in 1947, in which role she served until 1953.
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