This is the Dutch Navy Frigate Karel Doorman:
HNLMS Karel Doorman (F827) is the first ship of the Karel Doorman class of multi-purpose frigates (also known as "M-fregat" class). She is the third ship in the Royal Netherlands Navy to be named after admiral Karel Doorman, who was killed during the battle of the Java Sea.
Karel Doorman was laid down on 26 February 1985, launched on 20 April 1988 and commissioned on 31 May 1991.
She took part in anti-drug operations in the Caribbean together with the U.S. Navy, was part of the UN operations in the Adriatic Sea during the conflicts in the former republic of Yugoslavia, as well as various NATO exercises.
The frigate behind is a German Bremen class frigate and the one behind is an FFG-7 type used by the US, Spain and Turkey.