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?? (P 400 Super Patra) class Large Patrol Craft (1)

PS BRP (ex La Tapageuse P 691)

Type: Patrol Craft
Displacement, full load: (406 T standard) 477 T
Dimensions: 54.5 m x 8 m x 2.5 m (178.6' x 26.2' x 8.5')
Main Machinery: 2 x 4,000 bhp (2.94 mW) Pielstick MTES-16-200 PA4V VGDS diesels, 2 shafts; 3 x 120 kW diesel sets
Speed: 24.5 knts
Range: [cruising] 4,000 mi (at 15 knts)
Complement: 26 (3 Officers + 23 Ratings + 20 Passengers)
Weapon Systems
Main Gun: 1 x Bofors 40 mm/60
Range: 3 km (1.08 nm)
Rate of Fire: 130 rpm
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Secondary Gun: 1 x Giat 20F2 20 mm
Range:
Rate of Fire: 650-720 rpm
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Elevation: -15 to +65
Tertiary Gun: 2 x 7.62 mm MGs
Range:
Rate of Fire:
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search: Racal Decca 1226 (DRBN-32); I-band
Range:
Navigation:
Sonar:
Builders: CMN,Cherbourg
Year(Laid Down/First Commissioned/Commissioned in PCG): 13 August 1985/ 11 February 1988/ April 2014
Program:
Structure: Steel hull and superstructure protected by an upper deck bulwark. Design modified from original missile craft configuration. Now capable of transporting personnel with appropriate storerooms. Of more robust construction than previously planned and used as overseas transports. Can be converted for missile armament (MM38 Exocet missile and FCS) with dockyard assistance and Sadral PDMS has been considered during her stint wth the French Navy. Sister ship L'Audacieuse has done trials with a VDS-12 sonar. Twin funnels replaced the unsatisfactory submerged diesel exhausts in 1990-91. Have two 35 sqm cargo holds.
Operational: Received six-month refit in Lorient in 2006. Former homeport was Papeete, French Polynesia. Endurance 15 days. Transferred to the PCG for 399,000 euros, to boost its off-shore patrol capabilities in the West Philippine sea. Will be reitted and refurbished at a cost of 5.896-M euros before deliver by April 2014.
Combat Systems: Carries 840 rds for the French-made Bofors-designed 40 mm ammo and 2,100 rds 20 mm ammo. F2 20 mm on DCAN-desiged mounting and has two 300 round ready service magazines attached.

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San Juan class (Tenix '56) SAR craft (4)

AU 001 BRP San Juan
AU 002 BRP EDSA (was to be originally named Don Emilio; ex EDSA II)
AU 003 BRP Pampanga
AU 004 BRP Batangas

Type: Search and Rescue Vessel
Displacement, full load:
(242 T, deadweight); 540 T
Dimensions:
56.0 m x 10.55 m x 2.50 m (183.68' x 34.6' x 8.2')
Main Machinery:
2 x 4,050 kW Caterpillar 3612 diesel engine, 2 shafts
Speed:
[max] 26 knts; [cruising] 17 knts
Range:
1,000 nm at 24 knts; 2,000 nm at 15 knts
Complement:
13 Officers and 24 Ratings + 300 Transient (evacuation limit)
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
2 x M-2 12.7 mm HMG
Range:
1.8 km
Rate of Fire:
450 rpm
Gunfire Control System:
Manual
Rangefinder:
Optical
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search:
Range:
Navigation:
Furuno; X/S band
Sonar:
Builders:
Tenix SY, Henderson Western Australia
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
AU 001 20 June 2000; AU 002 4 October 2000; AU 003 30 January 2003; AU 004 8 August 2003
Program:
Brand-new units. Designed to be a purpose built Maritime Emergency vessel with the capabilities to support recovery and evacuation of survivors at sea, including jackstay transfer, provide emergency medical operating facilities, helicopter operations including deck refueling, maritime pollution control and containment, alongside firefighting facilities for adjacent ships and decompression and diving facilities. The San Juan class was designed in accordance to Det Norske Veritas (DNV) Classification "Rules for Classification of High Speed and Light craft" with notation 1A1 HSLC Crew R1. The following International Convention, Regulations and Standards were also applicable to the vessel: International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) 1997 Consolidated Edition, International Load Line Convention 1966, International Tonnage Convention 1969, International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL 73/78 Annex. I (Oil) & IV (Sewage) with Amendments, Regulations of the Flag State, Philippine Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC).
Alongside firefighting capability is provided by a main reduction gearbox driven pump supplying two fire monitors mounted on the aft end of the bridge. Each monitor is capable of providing a seawater throw of 100 meters at a rate of 300 cubic meters per hour. These can be operated remotely from the bridge or via a wandering lead from the bridge wings. The operation permits one monitor to provide fog spray, to protect the vessel itself and the other providing a jet spray directed to the adjacent vessel on fire.
The vessel is also equipped with four 25-person SOLAS inflatable rafts; six 65-person open reversible rafts; one 6.5 meter Rapid Intervention Boat with a speed in excess of 25 knots and a 85 nautical mile range, launched from the stern transom ramp; four 4.5 meter Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats are carried on the bridge deck and launched by an Elbeck crane; and one Twinlock Decompression chamber, consisting of two berth inner lock and medical outer lock. A separate survivor's area has been included in the vessel's arrangement, which provides for the decompression chamber, medical reception, operation theater and seating in an open plan arrangement. Crew of thirty-seven comprising of six officers, six petty officers, a medical officer that is also a hyperbaric specialist, two rescue divers, a corpsman and twenty-one ratings. Acquired through soft loans from Australia initiated in 1977, each ship originally cost A$19 million, reduced to A$16.7 million.
Structure:
Hull form for the vessel was developed based on a semi displacement hard chine form, flared forward in combination of built in spray rail to further improve the vessel's performance and planing at high speeds. The hull was initially developed and designed by Tenix using hydrostatics software Maxsurf and later sent to the Maritime Research Institute (MARIN) for review, which confirmed the predicted performance of the vessel. Seakeeping features includes sustained speeds of 12 knots in Sea State 4. Hull is of all-welded construction with grade 250 steel with aluminum superstructure including flight deck. Stern door constructed of aluminum alloy to reduce weight. Main propulsion consists of two medium speed Caterpillar 3612, producing 4,060 bkW at 1,000 rpm mounted with a flexible coupling connecting the flywheel to a clutchable Reintjes LAF 3445 reduction gearbox, gearbox ratio 2.515:1. The gearbox is hard mounted with a horizontally offset output driving a shaft line connected to acbLips four-bladed (Hub 4D710D) controllable pitch propeller. Each propulsion train and ancillary systems are capable of operating independently. Port reduction gearbox provides a power take-off connection for the fire monitor pump which are used alongside firefighting capability. Main engines and auxiliaries are fueled by 109,762 liters of diesel, sufficient for an operational range of 1,000 nm at speeds of 24 knots and 2,000 nm at speeds of 15 knots, both with 10% remaining fuel. Electrical power is supplied by two Caterpillar 3406 generators sets each provides 260 ekW located in the forward area of the engine room. The design allows for the complete electric power demand to be supplied with only one generator. Emergency Caterpillar 3306 harbor generator located at main deck aft provides 105 ekW in case of main generator failure. The emergency set is air cooled and configured for automatic startup on loss of the ships main power. Main engine room is protected with a carbon dioxide extinguishing system. Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) is provided for protection of the flight deck via a mixed foam tank and proportioners. Electronics includes Furuno GPS with Furuno ARPA 26 plotter, Furuno X and S band radars, Furuno depth sounder, Furuno 8000 GMDSS, Furuno Inmarsat B and C Satcom, Furuno FAX 2084 weatherfax, Tokimec 110GS gyrocompass and Tokimec PR 2213 autopilot. Flight deck located on the after end of the bridge deck can support a helicopter for airborne SAR or emergency evacuation, with a maximum weight of 4,672 kg (10,728 lb). Weapons hardpoints located at the bow can mount heavier caliber guns, which was specified by the PCG.

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Ilocos Norte class (Tenix '35) SAR craft (4)

AU 3501 BRP Ilocos Norte
AU 3502 BRP Nueva Vizcaya
AU 3503 BRP Romblon
AU 3504 BRP Davao del Norte

Type: Search and Rescue Vessel
Displacement, full load:
120 T
Dimensions:
36.2 m x 6.7 m x 3.9 m (118.74' x 22' x 12.8')
Main Machinery:
2 x diesel engines, 2 shafts, 1 waterjet, fixed pitch propellers
Speed:
[max, with waterjets] 25 knts
Range:
800 nm at 21 knts; 2,000 nm at 12 knts
Complement:
4 Officers + 16 Ratings
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
4 x M-2 12.7 mm HMG
Range:
1.8 km
Rate of Fire:
450 rpm
Gunfire Control System:
Manual
Rangefinder:
Optical
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search:
Range:
Navigation:
Sonar:
Builders:
Tenix SY, Henderson Western Australia
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
AU 3501 May 2003; AU 3503 November 2003; AU 3504 12 February 2004
Program:
Brand-new units. Designed for rapid emergency response, and is equipped for survivor recovery and rescue coordination. Part of the six additional vessels ordered by the PCG valued at A$130 million from Tenix, each 35-m ship costs A$8.75 million each. Construction of four with an option for ten more, was authorized on 10 December 2001. The design is an updated version of the ADI 315 design built for SEA countries and for Kuwait. All are aluminum construction designed for SAR. Waterjets reportedly non-operational as of 2008.

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Agusan (PGM-39) class Large Patrol Craft

PG 64 BRP Palawan (ex PGM 42)

Type: Large Patrol Craft
Displacement, full load:
133 T
Dimensions:
30.6 m x 5.7 m x 2.1 m (100.3' x 18.6' x 6.9')
Main Machinery:
2 x 2,200 hp (1.6 mW), sustained Mercedes Benz MTU 12V 493 TY57 diesels, 2 shafts, fixed pitch propellers
Speed:
17 knts
Range:
2,414 km (1,500 mi) at 10 knts
Complement:
26-30
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
2 x 20 mm
Range:
Rate of Fire:
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Secondary Gun:
2 x 12.7 mm
Range:
Rate of Fire:
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Other Defenses:
1 x 81 mm mortar
Radars
Surface Search:
Raytheon 1500; I/J band
Range:
Navigation:
Sonar:
Builders:
Tacoma BB Co. Washington
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
Program:
Steel-hulled craft built under US military assistance programs. Assigned US PGM-series number while under construction. Transferred to PN upon completion. This craft is a lengthened version of USCG 95-foot Cape class patrol boat design. PN originally built four crafts, PG 64 transferred to PCG. Currently non-operational, waiting for new gun coupling repairs.

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Coast Guard Cutter type

CGC 30
CGC 32
CGC 103
CGC 110
CGC 115
CGC 128
CGC 129
CGC 133
CGC 134

Type: Cutter
Displacement, full load:
Dimensions:
12.2 m x 3.4 m x m (40' x 11.15' x )
Main Machinery:
1 shaft, fixed pitch propeller
Speed:
12 knts
Range:
Complement:
6
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
Range:
Rate of Fire:
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search:
Range:
Navigation:
Sonar:
Builders:
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
Program:
Transferred from USN. CGCs 30, 32 and 128 currently non-operational.


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Swift Mk. 3 class Small Patrol Craft (10)

DF 325
DF 326
DF 327
DF 328
DF 329
DF 330
DF 331
DF 332
DF 334
DF 347

Main specs, see PN
Swift Mk. 3 class entry
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
Program: Aluminum hulls, redesigned version. Built during the 1970's. Improved version of Swift-type inshore patrol boats built by Sewart for the PN. Delivered 1972-1976 for PN. DF 325- 332, 334 and 347 have been transferred to the PCG. Some that were laid up have been returned to service. New radars fitted.

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Swift Mk. 1/Mk. 2 class Small Patrol Craft (4/8)

DF 300 (ex USN PCF 6633)*
DF 301 (ex USN PCF 6634)
DF 302 (ex USN PCF 35)
DF 303 (ex USN PCF 36)*
DF 305 (ex USN PCF 38)
DF 307 (ex USN PCF 682)
DF 308 (ex USN PCF 683)*
DF 309 (ex USN PCF 684)
DF 310 (ex USN PCF 685)
DF 311 (ex USN PCF 686)
DF 312 (ex USN PCF 687)
DF 313 (ex USN PCF 688)
DF 314 (ex USN PCF 6911)*

Main specs, see PN
Swift Mk. 1/Mk. 2 class entry
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
Program:
Aluminum hulls. Built during the late 1960's up to mid 1970's for PN. Most of the units have been transferred to the PCG. DFs 302 and 309 seeing limited operation. DFs 300, 303, 308, 314 currently non-operational.

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De Havilland series 9209 (DB-type) Coastal Patrol Craft

DF 321
DF 323
DF 326
DF 328
DF 330
DF 331
DB 433

Type: Inshore Patrol Vessel
Displacement, full load:
16.5 T
Dimensions:
14 m x 4.4 m x 1 m (45.9' x 14.5' x 3.3')
Main Machinery:
2 x 740 hp (552 kW) Cummins diesel, 2 shafts, fixed pitch propellers
Speed:
25 knts
Range:
805 km (500 mi) at 12 knts
Complement:
8
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
2 x M-2 12.7 mm HMG
Range:
1.8 km
Rate of Fire:
450 rpm
Gunfire Control System:
Manual
Rangefinder:
Optical
Other Defenses:
1 x 7.62 mm M-60 LMG
Radars
Surface Search:
Range:
Navigation:
Sonar:
Builders:
De Havilland Marine, Sydney NSW
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
Program:
Constructed in Sydney, Australia between 1974-1975, transferred from USN. GRP hulls, these craft are the contemporaries of the Swift Mk.3s.

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Support Ships

Corregidor class Marine Accident Response/Buoy Tender

AE 891 BRP Corregidor

Type: Marine Accident Response/Buoy Tender
Displacement, full load:
(730 T, gross)
Dimensions:
56.9 m x 11.9 m x 4.5 m (186.63' x 39' x 15')
Main Machinery:
2 shafts, variable pitch propellers
Speed:
12 knts
Range:
4,000 nm at 12 knts
Complement:
45
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
Range:
Rate of Fire:
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search:
Range:
Navigation:
Builders:
Niigata Engineering, Japan
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
3 February 1998
Program:
New tender built in Japan through a soft loan. First cargo hold can carry 88 cubic meters, second cargo hold can carry 419 cubic meters. Carries one 20-ton and one 15-ton cranes. The design has a reputation of low fuel economy. Can handle oil spill control in addition to buoy tender capability

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Kalinga (Balsam/C) class Buoy Tender

AE 89 BRP Kalinga (ex T-AKL 398, ex USNS Redbud, ex WAGL 398, ex USCGC Redbud)

Type: Buoy Tender
Displacement, full load:
(935 T, standard; 800 T, gross tonnage) 1025 T
Dimensions:
54.8 m x 11.3 m x 4 m (180' x 37' x 13')
Main Machinery:
2 x 1,710 hp (1.28 mW) Cooper Bessemer GSB-8 diesel electric; 2 x 1,200 hp (895 kW) Westinghouse generators; 1 x motor, 1 shaft, fixed pitch propellers
Speed:
12 knts
Range:
5,632 km (3,500 mi) at 10 knts
Complement:
53
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
2 x M-2 12.7 mm HMG
Range:
1.8 km
Rate of Fire:
450 rpm
Gunfire Control System:
Manual
Rangefinder:
Optical
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search:
SL-1 radar
Range:
Navigation:
Sperry SPS-53; I/J band
Builders:
Marine Iron and SB Co., Duluth, Minnesota
Year(First Commissioned/Commissioned in PCG):
2 May 1944/ 1994
Program:
One of the twenty C class 180' buoy tenders that entered service during WW II. Used as a service to aids to navigation, loaned to the USN on 18 March 1949 and redesignated as AKL 398 and operated as support to the North Atlantic and Arctic bases. Transferred to the MSTS and reassigned to the Northeast Command (SUNEC) until 1970, taken to the PN 1 March 1972, as a grant-aid. Transferred to PCG in 1994. Carries one 20-ton derrick. Rehabilitated and repowered in 1995.

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Cabo Bojeador (US Army FS-) type Buoy Tender

AE 46 BRP Cabo Bojeador (ex US Army FS 203, ex PN TK 46)
AE 79 BRP Limasawa (ex USCG Nettle WAK 169, ex US Army FS 397, ex PN TK 69)

Type: Buoy Tender
Displacement, full load:
(470 T, standard) 935 T
Dimensions:
54.9 m x 9.8 m x 3 m (180' x 32' x 10')
Main Machinery:
2 x 1,120 hp (836 kW) GM 6-278-A diesels, 2 shafts
Speed:
10 knts
Range:
4,000 nm
Complement:
50
Cargo capacity:
400 T
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
[AE 46] 7.62 mm; [AE 79] 12.7 mm
Range:
Rate of Fire:
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search:
SO-8 detection radar
Range:
Navigation:
RCA CRMN 1A 75; I band
Builders:
Ingalls SB Co., Decatur, Alabama
Year(First Commissioned/Commissioned in PCG):
AE 79 1945/??
Program:
Former US Army freight and supply ships. Transferred to the USCG in 1947 and was employed as tenders for buoys and lighthouses. AE 79 (ex WAK 169) used for logistics support for USCG LORAN transmitting stations, acquired by sale 31 August 1978. Carries one 5-ton derrick. AE 46 paid off in 1988 but was back in service in 1991 after a major overhaul. Both ships transferred to PCG. Both ships are currently non-operational, with AE 79 in dry dock, both are awaiting repairs.

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Rodman Polyships S.A. 101 (MCS)

MCS 3002
MCS 3003
MCS 3005
MCS 3008
MCS 3009

Type:
Monitoring Control and Surveillance Vessel
Displacement, full load:
90 T
Dimensions:
30 m x 6 m x (98.42' x 19.69' x ')
Main Machinery:
2 x 1,370 bhp (1,022 bkW) MTU 12V M90, 2,900 rpm; Hamilton HM571 waterjets; ZF BW 190 gearboxes
Speed:
35 knts [max]; 27 kts [cruise]
Range:
Complement:
14
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
12.7 mm HMG
Range:
Rate of Fire:
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search:
Furuno radar
Range:
Navigation:
Builders:
Rodman Polyships S.A., Vigo, Spain
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
1 unit July 2003; 7 units December 2003; 2 units February 2004
Program:
Fiberglass (GRP) hulls and reportedly bulletproof. Controversial and overpriced with the project costing $41.21-M according to the NEDA and funded through a 50% grant and 50% soft loan from the Spanish government, under the Acquisition of Fisheries and Patrol Vessels for the Monitoring, Control & Surveillance Project. The boats technically belong to the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR), but manned by PCG personnel. The ten 30 m boats are used for anti-illegal fishing, marine preservation and SAR duties and are operated by the joint team of the PCG, Maritime Police and BFAR. They are deployed (1 unit each) in Basco, Port Irene, Casiguran, San Fernando, Sangley Point, Guian, Davao City, Cebu City and Puerto Princessa City (2 units).

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Rodman Polyships S.A. 36 (MCS)

MCS 110

Type:
Monitoring Control and Surveillance Vessel
Displacement, full load:
13 T
Dimensions:
11 m x 3.9 m x 1 m (36' x 12.8' x 3.28')
Main Machinery:
2 x 285 hp diesel (940 liters fuel capacity)
Speed:
27 knts
Range:
Complement:
5
Weapon Systems
Main Gun:
Range:
Rate of Fire:
Gunfire Control System:
Rangefinder:
Other Defenses:
Radars
Surface Search:
Range:
Navigation:
Builders:
Rodman Polyships S.A., Vigo, Spain
Year(Commissioned in PCG):
July 2003
Program:
Fiberglass (GRP) hulls and reportedly bulletproof. Controversial and overpriced with the project costing $41.21 million according to the NEDA and funded through a 50% grant and 50% soft loan from the Spanish government, under the Acquisition of Fisheries and Patrol Vessels for the Monitoring, Control & Surveillance Project. The boats technically belong to the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR), but manned by PCG personnel. They are deployed in regions 1,4,2,8,7,9. The four 11-m boats are used for anti-illegal fishing, marine preservation and SAR duties and are operated by the joint team of the PCG, Maritime Police and BFAR. They are deployed (1 unit each) in Tilik, Tacloban, Malampaya Sound and Zamboanga City.

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