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Patrol Boat P-101 - Ships - Armada Española - Ministerio de Defensa - Gobierno de España

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Patrol Boat P-101 Ships

CHARACTERISTICS - Patrol Boat P-101

The structure is of the ‘Sandwich’-type hull, made of polyester and fiberglass. The boat has two propellers and two rudders resulting in a great maneuverability.

This coastal surveillance boat has a Zodiac-type outboard engine craft for auxiliary tasks. A 12.7 mm machine-gun is mounted on the deck.

CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristics Values
DISPLACEMENT 20.85 tons .
LENGTH 15.75 meters
BEAM 4.19 meters
PROPULSION 2 BAUDOUN-INTERDIESOL DNP 8 M diesel engines (350 HP)
1 diesel generator DITER D-201/2
CREW 9
MAX. SPEED 14 knots
ENDURANCE 2 days or 420 miles at cruising speed.

 

History - Patrol Boat P-101

The ‘P-101’ patrol boat is in charge of coastal surveillance, shipping control and inner waters security, collaborating with other State departments with responsibilities in maritime issues.

She was built in Arenys de Mar (Barcelona) by ARESA Shipyards in 1978 and delivered to the Spanish Navy in 1980.

The ‘P-101’ took part in the Perejil Isle conflict during the summer of 2002. Her home port is Ayamonte (Cádiz). She belongs to the Maritime Action Force and her main mission is to protect our national maritime interests in designated areas contributing, along with other State departments, to different maritime security tasks in and around the southernmost territorial waters border between Spain and Portugal.

 

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