Meet DSN’s Newest Vessel: The Aircraft Carrier HMS Invincible

It is an ignominious end for a ship that served in the Royal Navy from 1973 to 2005, and took part in the Falklands, Balkans and Iraq wars before being decommissioned in 2005.

The Ministry of Defence is understood to be hoping to raise £2 million after they put the 17,000 ton vessel up for sale on

But so far no bids have been received for Invincible, which is listed on the site as ‘in stock’.

No where did I put that £2 million?

via Aircraft carrier HMS Invincible is put up for sale – Telegraph.

3 Replies to “Meet DSN’s Newest Vessel: The Aircraft Carrier HMS Invincible”

  1. Man, this would be an awesome deep sea research base ship. Space, flight deck for helicopters and drones, and pretty much anything else you would want. Though an amphibious assault landing ship like the Tarawa class would be even better due to the small vessel launching bay.

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