Open for Visits | French Navy cutter FS Mutin visiting Dublin this Weekend

FS Mutin, the oldest boat in the French Navy, is currently visiting Dublin Port. The beautiful french cutter will be docked at Sir John Rogerson Quay until Sunday morning and will be open to the public to have a look around.

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FS Mutin

The boat is welcoming visitors on board today from 2pm – 5pm and again tomorrow (Saturday) from 10am – 12pm and 2pm to 5pm.

The Mutin is a French Naval cutter that was launched in 1927 and is now used by the navy as a training vessel.

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Mutin escorted by Gun Boat during World War 2




During the Second World War it was requisitioned by the British Special Operations Executive and used in undercover missions to infiltrate and extract British agents, pilots and resistance fighters.

 

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