"It's the first week for us but it's always nice to be on a ship and you see a lot of things like Scotland and England and everything like that and it's nice experience for us, so it's fun to train here."
The exercise involves the task group taking on the role of a NATO force defending one country against the aggression of another.
Held every second year, it aims to ensure the allies are ready for co-operation in real world scenarios.
Brigadier Matt Jackson, Commander, 3 Commando Brigade commented: "It keeps the enemy guessing, is the big thing that it does because when you've got a whole pile of ships with a whole pile of Marines on board, then they're not quite sure where you are going to land, and depending on where you land influences what that enemy or adversary force could do.
"A maritime task group and an amphibious task group creates uncertainty in an adversary's mind."
NATO often holds up their relationship as the best example of military integration between the two nations.
Lieutenant Roderyc Luijten, 21st Raiding Squadron, Korps Mariniers noted: "It's especially important that we learn to work together with the other NATO partners so that if we need to work together, then we know each other, and we know how to work together."