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NoCGV Harstad

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NoCGV Harstad

NoCGV Harstad moored in Harstad
History
Norway
Name: NoCGV Harstad
Namesake: The town of Harstad
Builder: Søviknes yard
Commissioned: January 2005
In service: 2009
Status: Active in service
General characteristics
Class & type: Offshore Patrol Vessel
Type: Patrol and Oil recovery vessel
Displacement: 3,121 long tons (3,171 t)
Length: 270 ft (82 m)
Beam: 51 ft (16 m)
Depth: 6 m (20 ft)
Propulsion:
Speed: 18.4 knots (34.1 km/h; 21.2 mph)
Boats & landing
craft carried:
2 x MOB boats type NORSAFE
Complement: 26
Armament: 40 mm Bofors
Notes:

NoCGV Harstad is a purpose-built offshore patrol vessel for the Norwegian Coast Guard. She is named after the city Harstad in Northern Norway.

Harstad was built as a multipurpose vessel, but optimised for emergency towing of large oil tankers (up to 200,000 tonnes deadweight (DWT)), oil spill clean-up and fire fighting. The most common duty will be fishery inspection and search and rescue in Norway's large exclusive economic zone. The steadily increasing traffic of large oil tankers along the Norwegian coast explains the need for this type of vessel.

The vessel is built of high-end design. Designer is Rolls-Royce Marine AS, Dept. Ship Technology - Offshore Type: UT 512

See also

External links

  • Rolls-Royce article about KV Harstad
  • Article from Offshore Shipping Online
  • Armed Forces: KV Harstad fire fighting (Norwegian)
  • Article from the Norwegian Armed Forces with specifications (Norwegian)
  • MarineTraffic


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