Sailors patrolling the Caribbean have taken time out of their patrols to remember those who have given their lives.
The ship’s company of Portsmouth-based frigate HMS Lancaster created a bright red poppy by standing on the flight deck of their ship with heads bowed.
Commander Steve Moorhouse, the ship’s commanding officer, said: ‘It is a great honour and a privilege for me and my ship’s company to make this small gesture to all those who have served and been affected by war and conflict.
‘I hope this will help symbolise the eternal respect and honour that we all have for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.’
Royal Navy servicemen and women have been donning their poppies ahead of Remembrance Day on Monday.