Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has spent a day filming onboard HMS Westminster – with the Royal Navy giving him a taste of their ownhigh-speed manoeuvres.
The TV presenter joined the frigate off the coast of Norway as part of a documentary on the Arctic Convoys in which around 3,000 sailors and merchant seamen were killed delivering vital supplies to the Soviet Union between 1941 and 1945.
Jeremy flew on board the Portsmouth-based ship Westminsternear Stavanger by the ship’s Lynx helicopter – which he was quite taken withand had it pegged for top spot on the Top Gear ‘cool wall’.
On returning to the UK the presenter was quick to post a shoton Twitter – describing sailing up the fjords on a Type 23 as “the best way toarrive in Norway”.
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