She returned to her home port on 24 September 1903.
After 80 days at sea, the task group returned to port.
The ship returned to her home port on 11 July.
As you know, most of the British navy that was at sea did not return to port.
Ten days later she was sent ordered to return to port, but never arrived.
Then they returned to port, where a performance was held at the shrine.
Unable to return to port, she was forced to head out to sea.
By 07:30, the ships had returned to port for the night.
U-66 then returned to port, arriving on 24 March 1943.
However, storms forced it to return to port after a few days.