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VESSELS PATROL CRAFT
Damen Patrol Vessels for Offshore Nigeria amen recently delivered a companies. Features of the 33m vessels four weeks and travel 1,200 nm in and ity and cost effectiveness to the bene? t pair of FCS 3307 high-spec include Damen’s trademark Axe Bow around Nigeria’s coastal and offshore oil of Homeland’s clients. The decks allow patrol vessels to be operated hull form that is designed to deliver ex- ? elds. The security packages installed by them to deliver equipment and spares to
Dby Homeland Integrated cellent fuel economy and a top speed of Damen on both vessels are purely defen- offshore installations.
Offshore Services (Homeland IOS Ltd) 29 knots. The power comes from three sive. The bridges are bullet proof and ar- Additional equipment speci? ed by in Nigeria, and now the boats are being Caterpillar main engines with a cumula- mored ‘citadels’ within the hulls protect HIOSL includes thermal imaging sets, prepared for their assignments. tive 3,579 bkW with each driving a ? xed non-combatants. diesel powered SOLAS fast rescue craft
The boats will be deployed in the Gulf pitch propeller via a Reintjes WVS se- In addition to their security role, each and Fuel Trax fuel monitoring systems of Guinea to protect and support the ries gearbox. Capable of accommodat- Damen FCS 3307 Patrol has a 75 sq. m. as well as redundant fuel oil separators offshore assets of Homeland’s clients ing up to six crew and 12 security per- cargo deck aft rated at 2.5 tons/sq. m. to protect the engines and generators which include many international oil sonnel they can remain at sea for up to that adds an additional level of versatil- from contaminated fuel.
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