LNS IBN HARITHA 134
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|Emmanuel.L on Sep 02, 2013 03:56 (5 years ago)|
|Thanks Bjorn for the link, but it seems that this link has the name wrong ,she is listed as the IBN HARISSA when on her stern her actual name IBN HARITHA can be clearly seen (see my other photos )|
|Emmanuel.L on Sep 02, 2013 03:27 (5 years ago)|
|Thanks Jadran,yes the Libyan navy seems to have a problem with keeping a date,the local 'yards have been on the receiving end of this practice as it seems other dockyards as you can attest to it yourself.|
|jadran on Sep 01, 2013 07:41 (5 years ago)|
Both IBN HARITHA & IBN OUF were built at a French shipyard on the Med (sorry, but I can not recall at this moment the name of that Shipyard).
Just to tell you Emmanuel,, these delays with the Libyan navy ships always happen,, and the delays are regularly long, very long .................
IBN OUF was delayed for more than 3 years to come to Croatia and VLS for drydocking/repairs & extensive refurbishment (finally this ship finished, at some time even later, at Trogir Shipyard, also Croatia,, after VLS refused to wait anymore).
|Emmanuel.L on Sep 01, 2013 07:03 (5 years ago)|
|Hi,Jadran ,do you know where she was built.According to my information she was due in Malta about a month ago, maybe due to the still the situation in Libya is still a bit unsettled she delayed her sailing.|
|jadran on Sep 01, 2013 06:27 (5 years ago)|
Hi Marc !
Her sister ship is IBN OUF.
Do you maybe know the today's fate of Ibn Ouf ... I'm much interested for that info !
|Marc Piché on Aug 31, 2013 13:20 (5 years ago)|
|She is one of the rare larger ships of the Lybian Navy to have survived the coalition aerial attack of May 2011.|
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