At anchor in Plymouth Sound
HMS Dragon, the fourth of six type 45 UK destroyers, leaving her home base of Portsmouth to shadow the Russian destroyer, Vice Admiral Kulakov, off the coast of Scotland
Leaving Liverpool after a weekend goodwill visit.
Moored off Fowey bunkering from the tanker Paxoi
Passing through The Narrows to spend the weekend in HM Naval Base Devonport.
Approaching the western end of Plymouth Breakwater. Now fitted with Phalanx CIWS amidships.
Being assisted from her berth at Liverpool Cruise Terminal by Smit Sandon (bow) and Smit Donau (stern)
Passing down the River Tamar in low winter sun with her ensign at 'half mast' to commemorate Rememberance Sunday.
Passing Wallasey Town Hall on her way to Liverpool Cruise Terminal.
Heading into The Sound, escorted by tug SD FORCEFUL. Picture taken from Mountbatten Breakwater
Alongside her birthplace at Govan.
Just off Gourock before heading to Portsmouth to enter service
HMS DRAGON leaving the Clyde for the final time.
leaving for the first trials