The Royal Navy holds open house in Toronto. A bright sunny day brought out more?
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Background: The Royal Navy holds open house in Toronto. A bright sunny day brought out more than ten-thousand visitors after the frigates' Tenby and Torquay tied-up. The line-ups started early. Part of the Dartmouth training squadron from the Britannia Royal Naval College the Tenby and the Torquay were accompanied to Toronto by HMS Scarboro. The three frigates are used as part of the sea training segment of training for the officers and cadets from the college. But the sailors took time off from training as the cadets played "pirates" for the children. While making their cruise of Lake Ontario, the ships will visit several ports and ??? take part in a gunnery exercise.