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| flag = HRNSBaustraliaFlag.png
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| country = [[Baustralia]]
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| name = HRNRS Baustralia<br>HRN-RES-001
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| namesake = the Kingdom of [[Baustralia]]
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| builder = Klemencic Homes, [[w:Trenton, Ontario|Trenton]], Ontario, Canada
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| ordered = April 2017
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| commissioned = 2 July 2017
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| decommisioned = 28 January 2018 ({{Age in days|day1=2|month1=7|year1=2017|day2=28|month2=1|year2=2018}} days in service)
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| cost = [[File:baub.png|x14px]]18,320
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| identification = [[Ministry of Transportation (Baustralia)|BMT]]: MILRES001<br>[[HRN]]: HRN-RES-001
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|badge_type = Crest
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| badge = [[File:Crest of HRNRS Baustralia.svg|x50px]]
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}} {{Infobox ship/successor|[[HMS Promise (S5)]] (staff)<br/>[[HMS Concord]] (location)}}
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'''HRNRS ''Baustralia''''' was a naval reserve ship in Baustralia that was decommissioned in favour of a proper ship. In service for 210 days, it was the first naval ship of the navy and preceded proper ships.
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==External links==
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* [http://baf.kingdomofbaustralia/navy/ships/reserve/baustralia H.R.N.R.S. Baustralia's Ship Website]
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Latest revision as of 15:52, 19 October 2020

HRNSBaustraliaFlag.png  Baustralia
Name HRNRS Baustralia
HRN-RES-001
Namesake the Kingdom of Baustralia
Ordered April 2017
Builder Klemencic Homes, Trenton, Ontario, Canada
Cost Baub.png18,320
Commissioned 2 July 2017
Decommisioned 28 January 2018 (210 days in service)
Identification BMT: MILRES001
HRN: HRN-RES-001
Crest Crest of HRNRS Baustralia.svg
Successor HMS Promise (S5) (staff)
HMS Concord (location)


HRNRS Baustralia was a naval reserve ship in Baustralia that was decommissioned in favour of a proper ship. In service for 210 days, it was the first naval ship of the navy and preceded proper ships.

External links