ⓘ Scimitar-class patrol vessel

                                     

ⓘ Scimitar-class patrol vessel

The Scimitar class is a class of fast patrol boat in service with the British Royal Navy.

Two ships of this class of industrial design known as the lifespan patrol vessels built by Halmatic now BAE systems surface ships, and had served in the coastal waterways anti-terrorist role in Northern Ireland. They were purchased for the Royal Navy in 2003 for service with the Gibraltar squadron, releasing two Archer -class boats that had filled this role for service with the Cyprus squadron.

With the conclusion of the survey launch HMS Gleaner in February 2018, two scimitar -class boat was the smallest to order of ships in the Royal Navy.

                                     
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