ESPS Centinela Leaves Ghana for Exercise NEMO

Spanish Navy’s Serviola-class patrol boat Centinela (P-72) conducted a six-day training evolution with the members of Ghana Navy.

The training was undertaken just off Ghana’s Sekondi-Takoradi naval base and included various activities ranging from visit and search operations to first aid and damage control.

After the training completed, ESPS Centinela said goodbye to her Ghana counterparts and deployed to the Gulf of Guinea where it will take part in Exercise NEMO, the fourth edition of the exercise this year.

Naval units from France and UK, as well as from the countries bordering the Gulf of Guinea, will engage in NEMO.

Naval Today Staff, Image: Ministerio de Defensa de España

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