General Question 038

Q 38. Ship and country – clues: lead ship of a class of four. This country gained independence from Britain 1 January 1984.

Answer: KDB Darussalem (06). Royal Brunei Navy.


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11 Responses to General Question 038

  1. gunther says:

    brunei , daresslam class

  2. says:


  3. Casper says:

    Brunei – probably the Darulaman, but could be any of her sister ships Darussalam, Darulehsan or Daruttuqwa-bit hard to tell without the pennant number.

  4. PB says:

    Royal Brunei Navy. KBS Darussalam 06

  5. Nunky Johnson says:

    Darussalam class offshore patrol vessel – 4 ships in this class – KDB Darussalam ,KDB Darulehsan,KDB Darulaman and KDB Daruttaqwa

  6. albet cross says:

    the country is Brunei. it is first class compared to the Bellona…

  7. Pete says:

    KDB Darulaman(08) Royal Brunei Navy

  8. Casper says:

    At the risk of being pedantic (which is unlike me) I believe Pete and I are correct, and that this ship is . 08 Darulaman at the Royal Australian Navy International Fleet Review 2013.
    Love light and peace

  9. Jim D says:

    The ship is the Darulaman, but the question was what is the name of the LEAD ship – a red herring Casper…

  10. Casper says:

    Is a red herring the same as the “Herrings In” so beloved of our RN counterparts? Thank you Jim for helping to refresh my aging reasoning powers, and I stand abashed and corrected.

  11. Jim D says:

    That’s ok Casper. I’ll try to make the next question less confusing. Although, apart from making the letters bigger, not sure what else to do…

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