The first ships are expected to arrive on 2 June, around 12-14 pm. The remaining vessels will arrive on 3 June, from 06.00 am. At lunchtime, all ships will be moored at the quay.
For safety reasons it will not be possible for members of the public to board the ships.
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Baltic Operations, Baltops 22, the 51st iteration of a maritime-focused exercise, takes place from June 5-17 in the southern Baltic Sea area.Sixteen nations with over 45 maritime units, more than 75 aircraft, and approximately 7 000 personnel will participate in Baltops 22.
Baltops 22 provides a unique training opportunity that strengthens combined response capabilities critical to maintaining freedom of navigation, and preserving regional security and stability. The live training events include areas such as air defense, anti-submarine warfare, maritime interdiction, mine countermeasure, amphibious operations, medical response and search and rescue.
This year's exercise is hosted by Sweden under the backdrop of the Swedish Navy's 500th anniversary.