Arturo, why go to all that effort and expense with a dry dock and welders, the ships hull just needs a few well applied blobs of bathroom silicone and it will be good for another bodged invasion or two!
Don Mong, I appreciate your advice excellency, but if the ship were to sink it would mean mucho meither and a posting to Patagonia!
Never mind all that Arturo, the silicone will hold until your replacement gets here and you can blow the dosh saved on a corned beef orgy, tango lessons and mucho beach volleyball chiquitas!
Bombed? Bombed? The might Sea Harrier didn't bomb things. It was the Aston Martin of the skies - fast, sleek, hand made in Britain. The blue-eyed gods that flew them would never stoop to bombing things. They were knights of the air, jousting with enemy fliers in a noble dance of death with supremacy of the sky as the prize. If there was any bombing to do that was delegated to the troglodyte crabs in their work-a-day, Mondeo-like GR9s.