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GAVDOS (090) Greek Coast Guard patrol boat

Postby aukepalmhof » Wed Sep 18, 2019 9:05 pm

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This year, the Hellenic Coast Guard completes 100 years of history. Ever since its foundation, the Hellenic Coast Guard is the body which the Hellenic State has entrusted with controlling and safeguarding our homeland’s coasts, protecting human life at sea and supporting the Hellenic Merchant Shipping and Greek Seamen.
The Hellenic Coast Guard's duties are exercised in its maritime space, ships and all kinds of floating construction, ports, port zones, as well as shoreline and coastline, as specified in particular by the applicable provisions.
The Hellenic Coast Guards’ mission comprises in particular: a) proper care in order to ensure public order, b) proper care seeing in order to prevent and fight crime, c) setting terms and ensuring safe navigation conditions, maritime safety and safe management of ships and port facilities, d) search and rescue at sea, e) proper care in order to protect the maritime environment, f) measures for monitoring, policing and controlling maritime borders, which constitute the European Union’s external borders, g) supporting the Hellenic Merchant Shipping, h) providing support for issues related to the working terms and conditions on the ships and seamen’s training.
The Hellenic Coast Guard’s contribution over time is uncontested and acknowledged by society, while its executives stand out for their high professionalism while exercising their duties.
https://www.elta.gr/Company/PressOffice ... fault.aspx

The patrol boat depict on the Greek Coast Guard label is the GAVDOS 090, the casco was built under yard No 1204 as one of Stan Patrol 5509 type by Damen Kozle at Kedzierzyn-Kozle, Poland for the Greek Coast Guard.
07 November 2014 launched as the GAVDOS 090.
Tonnage 565 grt, dim. 57.4 x 9.4 x 4.4m, draught 3.3m maximum.
Powered by two MTU diesels 8,600 kW, two controllable pitch propellers, speed 29 knots.
Range by a speed of 13 knots, 3,300 mile.
Crew 30.

After launching the casco was towed to the Damen yard in Gorinchem for finishing and outfitting, arrived in Gorinchem on 31 December 2014 towed by ZEUS. https://nok-schiffsbilder.de/modules/my ... ?lid=59817

Completed under yard no 565.
Sept. 2015 completed, she was delivered without armament to the Greek Coast Guard.

2019 In service. IMO No 9768356.

Source: Damen. https://www.miramarshipindex.nz and Internet.
Greek 2019 label sg?, scott? and FDC 7.80 Euro. She is on the label and also in the margin of the FDC.

The Hellenic Coast Guard inaugurated its new ship

The newest ship of the Hellenic Coast Guard was officially inaugurated on February 9, 1916 in the presence of Greek Shipping and Island policy Minister Thodoris Dritsas, Dutch ambassador Caspar Veldkamp and Damen Shipyards Chairman Kommer Damen.
The patrol boat is named “Gavdos”. The 58-meter vessel of the type “Stan Patrol 5509” was built in the Netherlands by Damen Shipyards. The purchase program of the ship was jointly financed by the EU’s External Border Fund (75%) and Greek national resources (25%). The vessel features several innovations, including a so-called “axe bow”.
Ambassador Veldkamp commented: “This ship is of a very advanced design and highly capable. It arrives right on time. We need to re-inforce the EU’s external border security.”
The ship has already been operational before its inauguration. Last weekend it saved 100 migrants from drowning near the island of Lesvos.
http://embassynews.net/2016/02/10/helle ... -new-ship/
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