Ariadne - IMO 9413535

 





Cable Laying Vessel

IMO Number 9413535

Classification ABS 

Flag Greece

Built Norway, 2009

Length Overall 130.00m

Length BP 122.10 m

Breadth Moulded 25.00 m


Andros Queen - IMO 9166223

 


Protoporos XIV - IMO 9848974

 



IMO number 9848974
MMSI 240098600
Name of the ship PROTOPOROS XIV
Vessel type RO-RO
Operating status Active
Flag Greece
Gross tonnage 1500 tons
Length 100 m
Breadth 18 m
Year of build 2018

Liberty Power - IMO 9578957

 



IMO number 9578957

Name of the ship LIBERTY POWER
Vessel type RO-RO
Operating status Active
Flag United States
Gross tonnage 50720 tons
Deadweight 45200 tons
Length 239 m
Breadth 37 m
Year of build 2011
Builder DAEWOO SHIPBUILDING & MARINE ENGINEERING CO. LTD. - GEOJE, SOUTH KOREA

USS Bataan - LHD 5

 





NameBataan
NamesakeUSS Bataan (CVL-29)
Ordered20 December 1991
BuilderIngalls Shipbuilding
Laid down22 June 1994
Launched15 March 1996
Christened18 May 1996
Commissioned20 September 1997
HomeportNorfolk
Identification
MottoCourage, Commitment, Honor
Statusin active service
Badge
General characteristics
TypeWasp-class amphibious assault ship
Displacement40,500 long tons (41,150 t) full load
Length843 ft (257 m)
Beam104 ft (31.8 m)
Draft27 ft (8.1 m)
PropulsionTwo boilers, two geared steam turbines, two shafts, 70,000 shp (52,000 kW);
Speed22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph)
Range9,500 nautical miles (17,600 km; 10,900 mi) at 18 kn (33 km/h; 21 mph)
Well deck dimensions: 266-by-50-foot (81 by 15.2 m) by 28-foot (8.5 m) high
Boats & landing
craft carried
Troops1,687 troops (plus 184 surge) Marine Detachment
Complement1,208
Sensors and
processing systems
Armament
Aircraft carried

BAP Unión - BEV 161

 



NameBAP Unión
NamesakeUnión (1865)
Ordered23 December 2010
BuilderSIMA, Callao, Peru
Laid down8 December 2012[4]
Launched22 December 2014[1]
Commissioned27 January 2016[2][3]
Identification
StatusIn active service
General characteristics
TypeBarque
Displacement3,200 t[5][6]
Length115.50 m (378 ft 11 in)[5][8][9]
Beam13.5 m (44 ft 3 in)[9]
Draft6.5 m (21 ft 4 in)
PropulsionCaterpillar 3516H engine,[7] a BERG propeller, a Rolls-Royce maneuvering propeller and a Reintjes LAF-863L gearbox
Sail planFour-masted barque; 34 sails, total sail area of 3,402 m² (36,620 sq. ft.)[10]
Speed12 knots (22 km/h)[11]

HNLMS Holland - P840

 



NameHolland
NamesakeHolland
BuilderDamen Group
Laid down8 December 2008
Launched2 February 2010
Commissioned6 July 2012
StatusActive
Badge
General characteristics
Class and typeHolland-class offshore patrol vessel
Displacementapprox. 3,750 tons full load
Length108.4 m (355 ft 8 in)
Beam16 m (52 ft 6 in)
Draught4.55 m (14 ft 11 in)
Propulsion
  • RENK CODELOD
  • 2x MAN 12V28/33D diesel engines (5460KW each)
Speed21.5 knots (39.8 km/h; 24.7 mph)
Range5,000 nautical miles (9,300 km; 5,800 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph)
Endurance21 days[2]
Boats & landing
craft carried
  • 1 × Fast Rescue Boat (FRB)
  • 2 × Fast Raiding Interception and Special Forces Craft (FRISC)
Complement54 (+ additional space for 40)
Sensors and
processing systems
  • Thales Integrated Mast
  • SeaMaster 400 SMILE non-rotating air warning radar
  • SeaWatcher 100 active phased array surface detection and tracking radar
  • GateKeeper Electro-optical 360° surveillance system
Armament
Aircraft carried1 x NH90 helicopter[1]
Aviation facilitiesfully equipped hangar and flight deck for one medium-sized helicopter

ITS Grecale - F571

 




NameGrecale
NamesakeGregale in Italian
BuilderFincantieri, Muggiano shipyards
Laid down21 March 1979
Launched12 September 1981
Commissioned5 February 1983
IdentificationPennant number: F 571
Motto
  • Venti Impetu
  • (Gust)
StatusActive
General characteristics
Class and typeMaestrale-class frigate
Displacement3.040 t (2.992 long tons), full load
Length
  • - 122.7 m (403 ft) LOA
  • - 114 m (374 ft) LPP
Beam12.9 m (42 ft)
Draught4.2 m (14 ft)
Propulsion
Speed33 kn (61 km/h; 38 mph) (21 kn (39 km/h; 24 mph) on diesel)
Range6,000 nmi (11,000 km; 6,900 mi) at 15 kn (28 km/h; 17 mph)
Complement
  • 24 officers
  • 201 sailors
Sensors and
processing systems
  • - 1 × Selenia RAN-10S/SPS-774 surface and air surveillance radar[1]
  • - 1 × Selenia SMA SPS-702 surface search radar[1]
  • - 1 × Selenia SMA SPS-703 navigation radar (then replaced by one GEM Elettronica MM-SPN 753 Arpa)[1]
  • - 1 × Selenia SPG-75 fire control radar[1]
  • - 2 × Selenia SPG-74 fire control radar (for Dardo)[1]
  • - 1 × Raytheon DE 1164, VDS sonar[1]
  • - 1 × Raytheon DE 1160B, hull mounted sonar[1]
Electronic warfare
& decoys
  • - (Elettronica Spa MM/SLQ-746[2]) 2 × SLQ-D jammers[1]
  • - 1 × ARBG-1A Saigon radio interceptor[1]
  • - 1 × SLR-4 Newton intercept[1]
  • - 2 × 20-round OTO Melara/Breda SCLAR decoy RL (Dagaie on Grecale)[1]
  • - 1 × AN/SLQ-25 Nixie towed acoustic torpedo system[1]
  • - Prairie/Masker air-bubbler noise-suppression system[1]
Armament
  • - 4 × TESEO Mk-2 anti-ship missiles, double launchers
  • - 1 × Albatross octuple Aspide SAM launchers
  • - 1 × Otobreda 127 mm/54 gun
  • - 2 × Oto Melara Twin 40L70 DARDO CIWS
  • - 2 × Browning HB2B 12.7 mm
  • - 2 × MG 42/59 7.62 mm
  • - 2 × 533 mm torpedo tubes (Whitehead B-516, with Whitehead A-184 torpedoes: then removed)
  • - 2 × 324 mm triple torpedo tubes (Whitehead ILAS-3) with Mk-46 Mod.2 torpedoes
Aircraft carried
  • - flight deck 27 m (89 ft) x 12 m (39 ft) m
  • - 2 x AB-212 helicopters

USS Normandy - CG60

 


NameNormandy
Namesake
Ordered26 November 1984
BuilderBath Iron Works
Laid down7 April 1987
Launched19 March 1988
Commissioned9 December 1989
HomeportNorfolk
Identification
MottoVanguard of Victory
Statusin active service
Badge
General characteristics
Class and typeTiconderoga-class guided missile cruiser
DisplacementApprox. 9,600 long tons (9,800 t) full load
Length567 feet (173 m)
Beam55 feet (16.8 meters)
Draft34 feet (10.2 meters)
Propulsion
Speed32.5 knots (60 km/h; 37.4 mph)
Complement30 officers and 300 enlisted
Sensors and
processing systems
Armament
Aircraft carried2 × Sikorsky SH-60B or MH-60R Seahawk LAMPS III helicopters.

Limnos - F451

 



NameLimnos
NamesakeLemnos island and the Battle of Lemnos (1913)
Laid down13 June 1978
Launched27 October 1979
Commissioned18 September 1982
StatusIn active service
General characteristics
Class and typeElli-class frigate
Displacement3,500 tons (3,800 t max)
Length130 m (426 ft 6 in)
Beam14.6 m (47 ft 11 in)
Draft6.2 m (20 ft 4 in)
Propulsion
Speed
  • 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph) maximum
  • 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph) cruise
Complement196
Armament
Aircraft carried2 AB 212 ASW helicopter or 1 Sikorsky S-70B-6 Aegean Hawk


USS McFaul - DDG74

 



NameMcFaul
NamesakeDonald L. McFaul
Ordered21 January 1993
BuilderIngalls Shipbuilding, Pascagoula, Mississippi
Laid down26 January 1996
Launched18 January 1997
Acquired23 February 1998
Commissioned25 April 1998
HomeportNorfolk
Identification
MottoCourage, Honor, Sacrifice
Honours and
awards
See Awards
Statusin active service
Badge
General characteristics
Class and typeArleigh Burke-class destroyer
Displacement8,637 long tons (8,776 t) (Full load)
Length505 ft (154 m)
Beam59 ft (18 m)
Draft31 ft (9.4 m)
Installed power
Propulsion2 × shafts
SpeedIn excess of 30 kn (56 km/h; 35 mph)
Range4,400 nmi (8,100 km; 5,100 mi) at 20 kn (37 km/h; 23 mph)
Complement
Sensors and
processing systems
Electronic warfare
& decoys
Armament
Aircraft carried1 × Sikorsky MH-60R

Norwegian Dawn - IMO 9195169

 




Name
  • 2002: Superstar Scorpio
  • 2002–present: Norwegian Dawn
OwnerNorwegian Cruise Line Holdings
OperatorNorwegian Cruise Line
Port of registryNassau,  Bahamas[1]
Ordered9 March 1998[1]
BuilderMeyer Werft, Papenburg, Germany
Cost$450 million
Yard number649[2]
Laid down29 June 1998[1]
Launched1 June 2002[1]
Sponsored byKim Cattrall
Christened16 December 2022
Completed3 December 2002[1]
Maiden voyage7 December 2002
Identification
StatusIn service
General characteristics
Class and typeLibra-class cruise ship
Tonnage
Length294 m (965 ft)
Beam
  • 32.2 m (106 ft) (moulded)
  • 38.1 m (125 ft) (max)
Height59.5 m (195.2 ft)
Draught8.5 m (27 ft 11 in)
Depth11.5 m (38 ft)
Decks15 decks
Installed power
  • 4 × MAN B&W 14V48/60
  • 58,800 kW (combined)
PropulsionTwo ABB Azipods (2 × 20 MW)
Speed25 kn (46 km/h)
Capacity2,340 passengers
Crew1,032

Meteor - IMO 8411279

 


NameRV Meteor
OwnerFederal Ministry of Education and Research (Germany)[2]
OperatorBriese Schiffahrts GmbH
Port of registryGermany Germany
BuilderSchlichting-Werft, Travemünde, Germany[2]
HomeportHamburg
Identification
StatusActive as of 2018
General characteristics
Class and typeResearch vessel
Length97.5 m (319 ft 11 in)[2]
Beam16.5 m (54 ft 2 in)[2]
Draught5.61 m (18 ft 5 in)[2]
Installed power2 x 1,150 kW electrical engines
PropulsionDiesel-electrical system
Speed11.5 knots (21.3 km/h)[2]
Crew33 + 30 scientists[2]

Eviapetrol IV - IMO 9301689

 



IMO number 9301689
MMSI 241262000
Name of the ship EVIAPETROL IV
Former names
ANATOLIA SKY (2013, Turkey)
ANATOLIA SUN (2005)
Vessel type Chemical/Oil tanker
Operating status Active
Flag Greece
Gross tonnage 2994 tons
Deadweight 3842 tons
Length 91 m
Breadth 15 m
Year of build 2005
Builder MIURA SHIPBUILDING - SAIKI, JAPAN
Classification society LLOYD'S SHIPPING REGISTER
Home port PIRAEUS
Owner EVIA PETROL MARITIME - ATHENS, GREECE

Viking Saturn - IMO 9845922

 


Mein Schiff 2 - IMO 9783576

 






Tonnage
111,554 GT
Length
317,2 m
Breadth moulded
35.8 m
Decks
16
Total engine power
48,000 kW
Propulsion power
28 MW
Speed
22 kn
Passengers
2,894
Passenger cabins
1,447

Crew
1,000

Iraklis Z - IMO 9764465

 



Type: ASD Tug
Flag: GREEK
Port of Registry: Piraeus
IMO No: 9764465
Call Sign: SVB 4375
Delivery Date: 2015
Yard: Sanmar Denizcilik - Tuzla (Turkey)
Class Society: RINA

Radio Station Area: A1 - A2 - A3 International

Length Overall: 32.0 m
Beam: 13.2 m
Maximum Draft: 6.218 m
Gross Tonnage: 499 tons
Net Tonnage: 149 tons
Bollard pull (2002): 85 tons

Main Engines: 2 x MAN
Total power: 6850 BHP
Propulsion: 2 x Azimuth Thrusters - Rolls - Royce US25CP
Aux Generators: 2 x MAN & 1 x CATERPILLAR

Vernicos Scafi III - IMO 9957115

 



PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS

Built: 2023 MED MARINE SHIPYARD
Port of Registry: Piraeus – Greece
Flag:  Greek
Call Sign: SVB 4379
IMO No.: 9957115
MMSI No.: 241872000

PERFORMANCE DATA

Max Speed: 13 knots
Bollard Pull: 79 MT
Consumption: Max Speed 8Tons/Day on 12 Knots

MAIN MACHINERY & PROPULSION UNIT

Main Engines: MTU 16V4000M63
Propulsion: 2xKONGSBERG PITCH
Horsepower: (2x2682HP@1800Rpm)5364BHP
Generators: 2x CAT 67,1 FIXED PITCH
Steering Gear: KONGSBERG

NAVIGATION / COMMUNICATION

A2 / GMDSS
1x Radars X-Band / S-Band
Echo Sounder – Speed Log – Anemometer – GPS– Auto Pilot Magnetic Compass – AIS – MF/HF SSB – VHF – NAVTEX
SART – EPIRB – VHF/DSC System Class B

DIMENSIONS

Length Overall: 25.20m
Beam, MLD: 12.00mm
Depth: 4.60m
Max. Draft: 5.60m
GT 363
NT: 108
Accommodation: 1×1 – 1×1 – 3×2

DECK  EQUIPMENT

FWDTowing Winch: KRAAUGVELD B.V
Crane: 29 MIL MORINE
Anchors / Chain: YAPAS

FIREFIGHTING

FIFI: 1
FiFi Monitors: 2 Remote Water Foam
Foam in Tank: 10m3

LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT (In compliance with SOLAS)

6 Persons Life Boat – 10 life Jackets – 2×16 Persons Life rafts