HMS Queen Elizabeth becomes a ship

#5
From experience (many years ago, I know but), if it is still in the basin and the ships company are living on board, and its a ferking big bugger, that is a long trek to the shore heads .


Night heads anyone?
(Dirty oil tank in the 4.5 Hydraulic Room - standing by for incoming from @Ballistic :p)
 
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guestm

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#7
From experience (many years ago, I know but), if it is still in the basin and the ships company are living on board, and its a ferking big bugger, that is a long trek to the shore heads .


Night heads anyone?
(Dirty oil tank in the 4.5 Hydraulic Room - standing by for incoming from @Ballistic :p)
I've got a sink in my cabin.
 

Levers_Aligned

War Hero
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#15
The hangar - if you have ever stood in the old CVS hangar: double it and a half and almost again acrossways. Maintenance areas front and back as well. It is massive.

And shore heads - the MBR's and integrated Waste Management System is up and running. So no 'shitting in a rag and dropping it in the basin'. Everything you don't want is ground up, smashed up, dried and pyrolised.

levers
 

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