HMCS Bras d'Or (FHE 400)
Hydrofoil that served in the Canadian Forces from 1968 to 1971.- HMCS Bras d'Or (FHE 400)
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Lifting surface, or foil, that operates in water.
The Canadian Armed Forces built and tested a number of hydrofoils (e.g., Baddeck and two vessels named Bras d'Or), which culminated in the high-speed anti-submarine hydrofoil HMCS Bras d'Or in the late 1960s.
British aero- and marine-engineering company based at Columbine Works, East Cowes, Isle of Wight.
R-103 – a 17-ton hydrofoil for Royal Canadian Navy, Known as "Bras d'Or". Built in 1956 by Saunders-Roe (Anglesey) Ltd. (This should not be confused with HMCS Bras d'Or, a 240 tonne hydrofoil patrol vessel, which was the result of the tests performed by the R-103.)
Maritime museum located in the centre of the municipality of L'Islet in the Chaudière-Appalaches region of Quebec, Canada.
In 1983 the museum acquired a third ship, the military hydrofoil, HMCS Bras d'Or of the Canadian Forces Maritime Command, which became the world's fastest warship in the early 1970s.
List of cancelled military projects.
Bras d'Or class (1960–1971)
Canadian aeronautical engineer.
He was a consultant on HMCS Bras D’or, a hydrofoil commissioned by the Royal Canadian Navy.