Royal New Zealand Navy Frigates
Anzac Class LOA 358′ TDISP 3,600 tons (2 active) in service since 1997
HMNZS Te Mana F-111 during RIMPAC, July 2018 US Navy 4585399 PO2 Devin Langer
Leander Class LOA 372′ TDISP 3,200 tons (4 served with RNZN, all retired, 3 sunk as dive sites, 1 scrapped)
HMNZS Wellington F-69 (1982 – 1999) originally HMS Bacchante (1969 – 1982) sunk 2005 near Wellington as dive wreck
HMNZS Wellington at a pier, Apia, Samoa 1987 [Detail of] NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SC-92-06486 OS2 John Bouvia
HMNZS Wellington alongside the French naval vessel Dumont D’Urville, Western Samoa, 1987 [Detail of] NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SC-92-05762 OS2 John Bouvia
HMNZS Waikato F-55 (1966 – 1998) Sunk as dive reef 2000
Ghosting is from 1963 image of Devonport, which is overlaid in an area with no 1997 coverage.
HMNZS Canterbury F-421 (1971 – 2005) sunk as dive reef 2007
Rothesay Class LOA 370′ TDISP 2,200 tons (2 served with RNZN, 1960 – 1983)
Note distinctive pulpit style bridge front, and well deck for the dual Limbo ASW mortars on the quarterdeck, which were removed in the late 1970s. RN ship listing also has a modernized Rothesay
LOA 307′ TDISP 1,500 tons (6 served with RNZS 1948 – 1967)
Ca. 1955 Port view of HMNZS Kaniere F-426 (ex-HMS Loch Achray) © Australian War Memorial 306394
possibly HMNZS Hawea (F422),ex-HMS Loch Eck (K422)based on awnings fitted it looks like this could be during her service as a Harbour Training Ship.
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