HMCS St. Johns to visit namesake city

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Local residents and visitors will have the opportunity to tour a multi-role patrol frigate when HMCS St. John's visits St. John's for a four-day port visit, arriving on Friday.
While in port, HMCS St. John's will be docked at Pier 10 on the St. John's waterfront.
The ship's upper decks will be open to the public on Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. Anyone wishing to tour the ship will be required to present valid photo identification. Personal bags may not be permitted onboard.
HMCS St. John's, under the command of Comm. Rob Clark, carries a crew of over 200. When the ship sails with its Sea King helicopter, the crew is augmented by an air detachment of 25 aircrew.
HMCS St. John's, FFH 340, was built in Saint John, N.B. and commissioned on June 26, 1996 in St. John's - the 11th of 12 Halifax Class Frigates and one of the most combat capable warships in the world.

Geographic location: St. John's, Saint John

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