In the early morning of 3 April, Landing Platform Dock HNLMS Johan de Witt left the Damen Naval shipyard in Vlissingen-Oost. Over the past thirteen months, the amphibious transport ship has undergone a comprehensive Midlife Update (MLU) in conjunction with the third...
The Royal Netherlands Navy’s HNLMS Johan de Witt has left Damen Naval’s dry dock ahead of schedule. The Landing Platform Dock (LPD) is undergoing extensive modifications as part of its Midlife Update and Planned Maintenance and went into dry dock at the...
RH Marine has started with a system upgrade and regular maintenance of HNLMS Johan de Witt, the amphibious transport ship of the Royal Netherlands Navy. All navigation, communication and control systems on board will be renewed and all electrical components will be...
The Royal Netherlands Navy’s replacement programmes have suffered yet more delays. After it first became known its new submarines would hit the water three years later than planned, it has now become clear the Anti-Submarine Warfare Frigates (ASWFs) and...
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