Indonesian navy tall ship stops in St. John’s
- Crew members of the Indonesian tall ship KRI Dewaruci perform a welcoming dance for the Indonesian Ambassador to Canada following the ship’s arrival in St. John’s Wednesday morning. The ship will be here until Saturday and is open for public viewing. — Photos by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram
- Indonesia’s ambassador to Canada, Dienne Hardianti Moehario (left) and Cmdr. Haris Bima Bayuseto, captain of the Indonesian Navy tall ship KRI Dewaruci were all smiles Wednesday following the vessel’s arrival in St. John’s for a four-day visit. The ship is a training vessel for new navy recruits and a floating ambassador for Indonesia.
- The bridge of the KRI Dewaruci is a study featuring dark, polished wood and computerized controls.
- The Indonesian Navy tall ship KRI Dewaruci tied up in St. John’s Wednesday. The 58.27-metre vessel is used for training and as a floating ambassador, with a crew of 77 and provision for 73 cadets. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram
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