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Te Kaha Visiting Homeport, Auckland 12-15 March

Te Kaha Visiting Homeport, Auckland 12-15 March

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Thursday March 4, 2004

Te Kaha Visiting Homeport, Auckland 12-15 March

Navy frigate HMNZS TE KAHA normally based at Devonport Naval Base, will be making a rare visit across the harbour to her homeport of Auckland (berthing at Princes Wharf), 12 to 15 March 2004. On Saturday 13 March and Sunday 14 March 2004 TE KAHA, at Princes Wharf, will be open to the public from 10am to 3pm. This is a great opportunity for kids and their parents to have a close up look at their ship.

Arrive: Princes Wharf, 8am Friday, 12 March 2004
Depart: Princes Wharf, 10am Monday, 14 March 2004

Particulars of HMNZS TE KAHA (ANZAC class frigate)

Launched: 1995
Length: 118 metres
Draught: 4.4 metres
Beam: 14.8 metres
Displacement: 3,600 tonnes
Compliment: 163


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HMNZS Te Kaha, Crown Copyright

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HMNZS Te Kaha, Crown Copyright


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