Daring-class Type 45 Destroyer
HMS Daring (D32) a Type 45 guided missile destroyer of the 'D' class built by BAE Systems Naval Ships and launched on 1 February 2006, by The Countess of Wessex. She officially entered service on 31 July 2010 and is the 7th ship to bear the name in Royal Navy service. She is equipped with Sea Viper anti-air missile system and SAMPSON multi-function radar with a range of 250 miles. Her arsenal includes 15 Aster short to medium range and 30 Aster long range missiles, with anti-ballistic capability. She is 500 ft long with a displacement of 8,000 tons and a top speed of 29 knots.
In 2016, HMS Daring escorted the Royal Navy’s joint expeditionary force task group including Devonport-based HMS Bulwark, flagship HMS Ocean, and the MV Eddystone Point. Original oil painting commissioned by officers of HMS Daring to mark the deployment.