China’s most advanced maritime patrol boat equipped with ship-borne helicopters launched
2 28, the largest, equipped with the most advanced maritime patrol the 3,000-ton ship,” Coast Guard 11 “into the water. Shandong Netcom Online News staff Hao Guangliang
” Coast Guard 11 “built to prepare the water
China news agency, Weihai, February 28 (Zhi Jiang and Hong Wen) – China equipped with advanced three thousand-ton maritime patrol vessel” Sea Tour 11 “round 28 into the water in Weihai, Shandong Province, will be put into use in June.
the patrol boat length one hundred and fourteen meters, a displacement of three thousand two hundred forty-nine t, endurance 6,000 nautical miles, speed twenty-two and equipment, helicopter, marine systems in China the largest and most advanced equipment, Coast Guard ship. Monitoring equipment on board information system, lock and track multiple targets, the implementation of maritime search, maritime surveillance and maritime command and many other tasks, will greatly enhance China’s maritime rapid response capability.
China Maritime Safety Administration Deputy Secretary Liu Gongchen said, “Coast Guard 11″ wheel built, China will further expand the scope of maritime patrol, increasing the frequency of cruise and cruise time, for strengthening China’s coastal waters monitoring to ensure water safety, marine environmental protection, safeguarding national sovereignty is important.
reported that, with China to speed up the construction of large-scale maritime law enforcement and the cruise ship equipped with helicopters, in 2015 China Maritime China regulatory capacity can cover within the exclusive economic zone waters. (End)
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