Finnart, Loch Long, Scotland, UK. 17 March 2021. Royal Navy crew members seen at the stern of HMS Queen Elizabeth preparing a Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB).
HMS Queen Elizabeth is the largest and most advanced warships ever built for the Royal Navy. Both HMS Queen Elizabeth (pictured) and HMS Prince of Wales are the nation's flagships which weigh in a 65,000 tonnes and measure 280 meters in length.
The Aircraft Carrier is currently berthed on the side of Long Loch at Glen Mallan taking on fuel, munitions and other supplies, ahead of naval exercises which are part of the UK Carrier Strike Group 2021. The ship is due to leave on Sunday.
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