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Rosyth aircraft carrier sets off from dockyard
HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH, The biggest warships ever built for the Royal Navy exits Rosyth dockyard for the first time as the ship heads out on sea trials. Four acres of sovereign territory, the 65,000 ton Aircraft carrier is about to start sea trails and heads to sea for the first time today. Deployable across the globe she will serve the United Kingdom on operations for 50 years alongside her sister ship HMS PRINCE of Wales, which is currently in build.