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Freedom Of Entry Into Simon's Town

The South African Navy exercising its right of freedom of entry into Simon's Town as part of the opening of the annual Navy Festival. This ceremony was attended by the Mayor Of Cape Town, Alderman Gerald Morkel, who declared the festival open and the Chief Of The Navy, Vice Admiral Retief, amongst other dignatories. The parade was led by the South African Navy Band and contingents from the SAN, as well as the visiting navies of Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina.

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Chief Of The South African Navy,
Vice Admiral Retief together with
Rear Admiral Louw, Flag Officer
Commanding - Naval Base
Simon's Town.
navy parade
The Mayor Of Cape Town,
Alderman Gerald Morkel,
inspecting the Guard Of Honour
of the South African Navy.
navy parade
The Mayor Of Cape Town declares the annual South African Navy Festival in Simon's Town open while Vice Admiral Retief looks on.
navy parade
The colours of the South African Navy
are paraded in the main road of Simon's Town
as part of the right of entry.
navy parade

Chief Of The South African Navy,
Vice Admiral Retief together with
Rear Admiral Louw, Flag Officer
Commanding - Naval Base
Simon's Town.

The Mayor Of Cape Town,
Alderman Gerald Morkel,
inspecting the Guard Of Honour
of the South African Navy.

The Mayor Of Cape Town declares the annual South African Navy Festival in Simon's Town open while Vice Admiral Retief looks on.

The colours of the South African Navy
are paraded in the main road of Simon's Town
as part of the right of entry.

The South African Navy Band leads the parade past the podium
where the Mayor Of Cape Town took the salute.

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The guard of honour of
the South African Navy.
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The contingent from
the Brazillian Navy.
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The Uruguayan Navy march past.
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The platoon of the Argentinian Navy.
 

 

 

 


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