Royal Navy’s pride & joy springs leak on sea trials
The Royal Navy’s new flagship, the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, has sprung a leak and will need repairs in Portsmouth. The leak is some 200 litres per day, a mere spoonful of water for the largest-ever warship built in Britain, but is the result of a faulty seal on a propellor driveshaft, allowing highly corrosive seawater…
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