Navy Visitor at Inverness

19th July 2016

The Port of Inverness welcomed HMS Blyth as a visitor over the weekend.  The ship is part of the First Mine Countermeasures Squadron which is affiliated to Inverness.  The visit included a reception for guests.  Port Chief Executive Sinclair Browne said, “It is a delight to welcome HMS Blyth to Inverness and we are sure that the visit was a success.”  HMS Blyth is 53m in length and has a displacement of 409 tonnes.  The picture shows HMS Blyth passing under the Kessock Bridge on her departure on Sunday.