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Saturday, 08 October 2016 15:27

TRANSPORT SHIP "EL CAMINO ESPAÑOL"

Additional Info

  • Ships in class
    NameNumberLaunchedCommissionedDecommissionHome port
    El Camino Español A-05 15 October 1984 27 July 1999 15 November 2019 Cartagena
  • Length
    • 95.5 meters
  • Beam
    • 18 meters
  • Draft
    • 4.6 meters
  • Displacement
    • 5,804 Tons
  • Propulsion
    • 2 diesel MAN-Sulzer with a power of 3,200 HP.
    • 2 lines of shafts
    • 1 thrusting bow thruster.
  • Electric power
    • 2 diesel-generator NOHAB of 165 kW.
    • 2 diesel-generator MAN D2866TE of 177 kW.
  • Speed
    • 12.4 knots.
  • Complement
    • 30
  • Sensors
    • 2 navigation radars
  • Transport
    • 1,075 square meters of deck cargo.
    • 44 people onboard force.
Published in Decommissioned
Saturday, 08 October 2016 12:13

TRANSPORT SHIP "CONTRAMAESTRE CASADO"

Additional Info

  • Ships in class
    Name Number Launched Commissioned Homeport
    Contramaestre Casado A-01 1953 15 December 1982 San Fernando
  • Length
    • 104.2 meters
  • Beam
    • 14.3 meters
  • Draft
    • 6.2 meters
  • Displacement
    • 4,965 Tons
  • Propulsion
    • 1 diesel Burmeinster & Wain 762-VTF 115 with a power of 4,500 HP.
    • 1 fixed pitch propeller 4 blades 4 meters in diameter
  • Electric power
    • 2 diesel-generator NOHAB of 165 kW.
    • 2 diesel-generator MAN D2866TE of 177 kW.
  • Speed
    • 14 knots.
  • Complement
    • 62
  • Sensors
    • Navigation radar: Kelvin Hughes
    • Navigation radar: Raytheon NSC 18
  • Weapons
    • 2 machine gun Oerlikon 20/120 mm.
    • 2 machine gun MG-42 of 7.62 mm
  • Transport
    • 2,700 tons.
  • Aircraft carried
    • Flight deck capability AB-212 helicopter.
Published in Ships
Thursday, 06 October 2016 23:40

AOR "Cantabria" (A-15) departs to join the SNMG-2

The AOR "Cantabria" (A-15) departs Ferrol towards the British Isles to integrate into the SNMG-2 (Standing NATO Maritime Group 2).

The AOR "Cantabria" participate in the multinational exercises "Joint Warrior".

It is the second time in just over a year that the ‘Cantabria’ integrates into SNMGs. The auxiliary oiler has just successfully undergone a series of ship qualification trials to test and certify its readiness state to operate with these multinational naval forces.

Published in Short
Tuesday, 04 March 2014 10:21

AOR "CANTABRIA" REPLENISHMENT OILER

Additional Info

  • Ships in class
    NameNumberLaunchedCommissionedHomeport
    Cantabria A-15 21 July 2008 29 July 2010 Ferrol
  • Length

     

    • 173.8 meters.
  • Beam
    • 23 meters.

     

  • Draft
    • 8 meters
  • Displacement

     

    • 19,500 tonnes
  • Propulsion

     

    • 2 diesel MAN 18V 40/45 with a power of  10,890 HP.
    • 1 variable pitch propeller.
    • 1 maneuvering thrusters .
  • Electric power
    • 4 diesel-generators MAN 16V 20/27

     

  • Speed
    • 20 knots.
  • Range
    • 6,000 Nautical miles.

     

  • Complement
    • Crew: 122 people.
    • Air Group: 20 people.
    • Transport : 68 people.

     

  • Sensors
    • Navigation radar: Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine VisionMaster FT.
    • Surface search and navigation radar: Indra Aries-NAV.
    • Air search radar: Indra Aries-SAAS
    • SVO (Optronics Surveillance System)
    • IFF including mode 5 and modo S

     

  • ESM/ECM
    • ESM radar: Indra Rigel.

     

  • Countermeasures
    • 6 SRBOC Mk-36 Infrared flares and chaff launcher
    • SLQ-25 Nixie towed decoy

     

  • Systems
    • Combat System SCOMBA BAC.
    • Integrated Communications System ICCS-5
    • Data Link-11
    • Communications SHF SATCOM, INMARSAT, UHF, HF, VHF, GMDSS, Iridium.
    • TACAN.
    • GPS.
    • Time central.
    • Mapping system.
    • WECDIS (Warship Electronic Chart Display and Information System)
    • CCTV (Closed Circuit Television)
    • Consoles  CONAM - 4 consoles, 1 three monitors y 3 two monitors.

     

  • Weapons
    • 2 BAE Mk-38 Mod. 2 of 25 mm (preinstallation).
    • 4 Machine Guns Browning 12,7 mm.
    • Reserve space for a PDMS (Point Defence Missile System)

     

  • Aircraft carried
    • Flight deck and hangar for 1 helicopter heavy.
    • Hangar 3 AB-212 or 2 SH-3D/NH-90

     

  • Replenishment
    • DFM: 8,309 meters cubic.
    • JP-5: 1,527 meters cubic.
    • Engine oil: 122 meters cubic.
    • Freshwater: 170 meters cubic.
    • Distilled water: 170 meters cubic.
    • Ammo: 510 square meters.
    • Regards/sonobuoys : 83 square meters.
    • Ammunition and supplies.
    • 20 containers on deck.

     

  • Other
    • 4 x dual purpose abeam stations with heavy jackstays
    • 2 x dual purpose abeam stations with light jackstays
    • 1 astern fuel transfer station

     

Published in Ships
Tuesday, 04 March 2014 10:21

AOR "PATIÑO" REPLENISHMENT OILER

Additional Info

  • Ships in class
    NAMENUMBERLAUNCHEDCOMMISSIONEDHomeport
    Patiño A-14 22 June 1994 16 June 1995 Ferrol (Spain)
  • Length
    • 165 meters.

     

  • Beam

     

    • 23.7 meters.
  • Draft
    • 8 meters.

     

  • Displacement
    • 17,100 tonnes

     

  • Propulsion
    • 2 diesel Bazán with a power of 24,000 HP
    • 1 variable pitch propeller.

     

  • Speed
    • 20 knots

     

  • Range
    • 13,400 Nautical miles at 18 knots

     

  • Complement
    • 136 crew

     

  • Sensors
    • Navigation radar: 2 Decca
    • TACAN AN/URN-25A

     

  • ESM/ECM
    • ESM radar: Indra Aldebarán

     

  • Countermeasures
    • 4 SRBOC Mk-36 Infrared flares and chaff launchers
    • SLQ-25 Nixie torpedo decoy
    • Prairie/Masker

     

  • Systems
    • Integrated Communications Control System ICCS
    • Communications UHF SATCOM, SHF SATCOMINMARSATUHFHFVHF, GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress & Safety System), Iridium

     

  • Weapons
    • 2 Oerlikon 20 mm.

     

  • Aircraft carried
    • Flight deck and hangar for 1 helicopter heavy.
    • Hangar 3 AB-212 or 2 SH-3D/NH-90

     

  • Replenishment
    • DFM: 6,700 tonnes
    • JP-5: 1,600 tonnes

     

Published in Ships
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