The South Atlantic Patrol is the Navy's standing commitment to the region in order to reassure the Islanders and maintain a sovereign presence around the South Atlantic Overseas Territories.
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The South Atlantic Overseas Territory
The South Atlantic Overseas Territory presents one of the harshest working environments for any Royal Navy Ship's Company. The Territory is nearly 8,000 nautical miles from the UK and is subject to strong winds and high sea states. This environment requires the highest level of professionalism to operate in safely.
The Royal Navy has a patrol vessel on constant patrol around these waters in order to watch over the South Atlantic Overseas Territory.
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