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HNLMS Zeeland at DSEI 2019

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HNLMS Zeeland is a Holland-Class offshore patrol vessel (OPV) of the Royal Netherlands Navy.

Tags : DEFENCE | NAVAL | HNLMS ZEELAND | OFFSHORE PATROL VESSEL | ROYAL NETHERLANDS NAVY | DAMEN SHIPYARDS

Location : London, United Kingdom

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