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WorldLeak probe launched on Big Lizzie! Navy investigate after Britain's largest warship is forced to limp back into port when water was found sloshing around inside

15:51  10 july  2019
15:51  10 july  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Navy investigate after Britain ' s largest warship is forced to limp back into port when water was found sloshing around inside . HMS Queen Elizabeth left Portsmouth Naval Base last month to embark on trials. But the ship was forced to return after the £3.1 billion aircraft carrier had a leak .

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Leak probe launched on Big Lizzie! Navy investigate after Britain's largest warship is forced to limp back into port when water was found sloshing around inside
Leak probe launched on Big Lizzie! Navy investigate after Britain's largest warship is forced to limp back into port when water was found sloshing around inside
Leak probe launched on Big Lizzie! Navy investigate after Britain's largest warship is forced to limp back into port when water was found sloshing around inside

Britain's biggest and most powerful warship ever built has sprung a leak and has returned to port, putting it out of commission for the second time in 19 months.

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BRITAIN ’ s largest and most powerful warship ever built has had to return to port for a second time But the aircraft carrier’s journey was forced to cut short after a “small volume of water ” was found in the ship. Water was promptly pumped out of the vessel but Big Lizzie returned to Portsmouth as a

Navy investigate after Britain ' s largest warship is forced to limp back into port when water was found sloshing around inside . The £3.1 billion aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, was forced to cut short the latest of its sea trials and return to its Portsmouth base after water was found inside an

Leak probe launched on Big Lizzie! Navy investigate after Britain's largest warship is forced to limp back into port when water was found sloshing around inside
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HMS Queen Elizabeth left Portsmouth Naval Base last month to embark on five weeks of sea trials and training before setting sail again to the US later this summer.

But the £3.1 billion aircraft carrier, which had been due to return to the Hampshire city later this week for a planned maintenance period, was forced to cut short the latest trials.

A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Defence said: 'Following a minor issue with an internal system on HMS Queen Elizabeth, the ship's company were required to remove a small volume of water from the ship.

'An investigation into the cause is underway.'

It is understood there was no damage or breach to the hull, with the situation caused by water which leaked into and was then contained in an internal compartment.

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With the problem dealt with and isolated quickly, the water was pumped out and the vessel returned to Portsmouth as a precautionary measure following the incident on Tuesday.

This latest problem follows a number of other issues including a shaft seal leak which caused water to pour into the ship, and the accidental trigger of the sprinklers in the hangar.

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