Sunday, 10 February 1991 marked the 27th anniversary of the loss of HMAS Voyager (II). A large contingent of survivors embarked in Swan at Port Kembla to take passage to
HMAS Voyager II
HMAS DUCHESS, (Daring class destroyer), was decommissioned. DUCHESS had been loaned to the RAN in 1964, as a replacement for the destroyer HMAS VOYAGER. This loan was later extended, and
The report of the second Royal Commission into the HMAS MELBOURNE-HMAS VOYAGER collision was released. The report concerned the fitness of CAPT D. H. Stevens, RAN, to command HMAS VOYAGER
The second inquiry into the causes of the collision between HMAS MELBOURNE, (aircraft carrier), and HMAS VOYAGER, (Daring class destroyer), opened in Sydney.