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After travelling more than 3400 nautical miles and 14 days from Landskrona, Sweden, these 3 medium icebreakers have just arrived in Quebec and will soon join our fleet. Have a look, they are quite impressive!
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munky18t Aug 27
Replying to @CoastGuardCAN
Hope these are referred to as Viking Class vessels
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Tim warden Aug 27
Replying to @CoastGuardCAN
Great to see the arrival of 3 badly needed icebreakers for Will the ships names be changing?
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Patrice Savard Aug 28
Replying to @CoastGuardCAN
Will the names be changed?
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Carl Kearley Aug 28
Replying to @CoastGuardCAN
Can we keep these colours?? I like em!
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Dave Howe Aug 28
Replying to @CoastGuardCAN
I hope the required work goes as well as the Asterix.
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Canadian Coast Guard Sep 8
Replying to @cakear
Sorry , each vessel will be painted the red and white Coast Guard colours as they enter the fleet.
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Canadian Coast Guard Sep 8
Replying to @PatriceSavard1
We name our vessels for persons or places of historic or geographic significance in Canada. Under the Coast Guard ship naming policy, icebreakers are named after former Canadian Prime Ministers. Sometimes, a ship is temporarily given a number while an official name is chosen.
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Canadian Coast Guard Sep 8
Replying to @Tim_thetowman
CCG names its vessels for persons or places of historic or geographic significance in Canada. Under the Coast Guard ship naming policy, icebreakers are named after former Canadian Prime Ministers. Sometimes, a ship is temporarily given a number while an official name is chosen.
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Carl Kearley Sep 8
Replying to @CoastGuardCAN
I know . . . but I can dream, can't I?
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Tim warden Sep 8
Replying to @CoastGuardCAN
Thanks I appreciate that
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