Trafalgar Day: A Decal and HMCS Haida to celebrate!

On October 21st 1805, the British fleet commanded by Admiral Nelson caused a crushing defeat to the combined naval forces of France and Spain at the Battle of Trafalgar. This victory not only prevented Napoleon’s invasion of England, but also made Great Britain the ultimate ruler of the seas. For this reason, October 21st is the main holiday for the Royal Navy in the UK!

HMCS Haida is available for Golden Eagles!

When: From October 20th (10:00 GMT) until October 23rd (07:00 GMT).

Where: Britain > Bluewater fleet > Premium vehicles.

About the ship

HMCS Haida is a fast and maneuverable Destroyer, with outstanding air defensive weapons in the form of 20 mm Oerlikon cannons! In addition to this, the Haida also poses a threat against enemy boats and destroyers with its 6 x 120 mm main caliber guns and torpedo capability. A well rounded ship capable of many things.

Earn the “Famous Ships: HMS Victory” decal!

For this day, you’ll be able to get this decal by completing the following task.

When: From October 20th (10:00 GMT) until October 23rd (07:00 GMT).

Task: Play 3 battles using British ships to receive the “Famous Ships: HMS Victory” decal!

Additional details:

  • You must use a minimum of rank III.
  • Your activity must not be below 70%.
  • You can complete the task in random battles, except for Enduring Confrontation missions, [Assault] mode and Helicopter PVE battles.
  • Track your progress in the hangar by clicking Nickname → Achievements → Holidays → Battle of Trafalgar Day.
  • You can find the decal in the “Holidays” tab in the Customisation menu.

Famous Ships: HMS Victory" decal


I want to do this event again


It aggravates me that I missed that event (Australian internet at the time was quite horrendous for this area) So I would totally second this seeing that event added back again.

Sidenote, Hm what do reckon the the chances of a few talkships making it to the gane ehh ehh? (some saw action right up until WWI iirc) ntm the armed training ships of several nations even in WWII.