Royal Brunei Navy welcomes goodwill visit by HMNZS Endeavour

6:34:00 PM
MUARA, -- As an effort to further enhance the bilateral relationship between Brunei Darussalam and New Zealand, Royal Brunei Navy (RBN) welcomes Her Majesty's Navy New Zealand Ship (HMNZS) 'ENDEAVOUR' at the Muara Commercial Port Arrival of the vessel was greeted by the Officers of the Royal Brunei Navy which is led by Lieutenant Colonel (L) Rozalan Bin Sable, Commanding Officer of Logistics RBN.

The 5-day visit HMNZS ENDEAVOUR in Brunei Darussalam will be from the 04th to 08th June 2015. The 138m ship is commanded by Commander Sandra Walker with a total number of 52 Officers and ratings which will depart on Monday, 08 June 2015.

The purpose of this visit is to further strengthen bilateral relations between the two Navies which have long been established and to exercise the interoperability between the two navies through Passage Exercise that is scheduled to take place next Monday.

During the visit the crew will get the opportunity to explore several attractions sites within the country, such as the Royal Regalia Museum, the Art and Handicraft Centre in Bandar Seri Begawan and other attraction sites as well as experiencing the local culture and cuisine. Before Brunei, HMNZS ENDEAVOUR joined the WPNS Multilateral Sea Exercise in Singapore and her next port of call will be Manila, Republic of the Philippines.

The Royal New Zealand Navy Oiler Ship HMNZS Endeavour (A11) arriving at the Muara Commercial Port Brunei.

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