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Goa shipyard to build six patrol vessels for Coast Guard

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  1. SpArK

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    Goa shipyard to build six patrol vessels for Coast Guard


    Panaji, May 9 (IANS) Goa Shipyard Ltd (GSL) has been commissioned to build six offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) for the Indian Coast Guard, a company statement said Wednesday.

    'The vessels are based on in-house design of Goa Shipyard Ltd, which has considerable expertise in designing and constructing a range of patrol vessels for the Indian defence forces,' the statement by the public sector shipyard said.


    'These vessels when commissioned will be the most advanced patrol vessels in service with the Indian Coast Guard. Overall length of the vessels is 105 metres with a displacement of about 2,400 tonnes,' it added.


    The defence ministry-operated company, located in Vasco, around 35 km from here, has in the past built more than a dozen OPVs for the Indian Coast Guard.


    The new vessels will be fitted with contemporary Navigational Integrated Bridge systems, Bridge Watch Navigational Call Up systems, CCTV systems and additional features such as quick response boats for rescue and anti-piracy operations.

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    MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

    General

    Basic functions
    » Patrolling and policing maritime zones
    » Search and rescue
    » Operation ALH for long range all time
    » SAR and surveillance
    » Pollution control and External fire fighting

    Hull Material Steel

    Classification

    » Dual classification ABS & IRS
    » A1 E RW (Special Govt. Service)
    » Fire Fighting 1
    » AMS NIBS

    Electrical Equipment

    Networks 415V, 3 Phase, 50 Hz / 240VAC/ 24VDC
    Generators 4 x 450 KW, 415V, 3 phase, 50 Hz

    Dimensions

    Length Overall 105.00 M
    Breadth 12.90 M
    Depth MLD 6.00 M
    Draught mean 3.60 M
    Draught (Propeller) 4.50 M
    Displacement 2230 Tons

    Deck Machinery
    [​IMG]

    Anchor equipment 2 x 1440 Kgs. H.H.P Anchor with chain as per class requirement
    Crane 2 nos. electro-hydraulic Crane for handling 6.5 mtrs RIB
    Capstan 2 nos. Anchor capstan
    1 no. Mooring capstan

    Capacities

    Accommodation

    18 Officers & 108 Sailors

    Fuel Oil 280 Tons

    Fresh Water 120 Tons
    Lub. Oil 10 Tons
    AVCAT 15 Tons

    Aviation
    » Landing facility for ALH » Helo traversing gear
    » Hangar for ALH » Helo landing grid

    Armament
    Provision for fitment of :
    » 1 x 30 mm, CRN-91 gun with FCS

    Nautical, Surveillance and Communication equipment
    » Radar with ARPA » Auto Pilot » Electronic Chart Display & Information system
    » Magnetic Compass » DGPS » Speed log
    » Gyro Compass » Echosounder » Communiation according to GMDSS A3

    Performance

    Speed (at trial displ) 24 knots
    Range 6500 NM at 12 knots
    Endurance 20 days
    Propulsion System
    Main Engine 2 x 20 PA6B STC (2 x 7792 KW)
    Gear Box Reduction Gear Box
    Propulsion 2 x Controllable Pitch Propeller
    External Fire-fighting 2 x 1400 ms/hr at 140 MWC
     
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