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HNLMS HOLLAND P840 - IMO 4601058

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Photographer: E. Vroom [ View profile ]
Captured: Mar 30, 2011
Photo Category: Patrol Forces
Added: Mar 31, 2011
Views: 2,246
Image Resolution: 4,000 x 2,071

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30-03-2011
Den Helder

Ocean Going Patrol Vessel (OPV), baptised "Holand" by her majesty Beatrix on 02-02-2010 in Flushing, first visit to it's port of registry Den Helder. This week she will be tested at sea. So far test have been very satisfactory.

She's the first of four OPV's given the name "Holland Class".

Owner The Royal Netherlands Navy, The Netherlands
Delivery date 2010/2012

Dimensions (m) 108,43oa x 16,00 x 4,55
Displacement (t) 3750
Main machinery 2 x diesel engines at 5400 kW mcr
2 shafts with CPP diameter 3,20
Speed (knots) 21,5
Range (nautical miles) 5000 at 15 knots
Accommodation 90

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Ken Smith

4 photos

Pilot Frans

4 photos

Stan Muller

4 photos

Tender

1 photos

Rozenburg

2 photos

Rob Renes

1 photos

Willem

6 photos

Yvon Perchoc

2 photos

john white

3 photos

Pedro Amaral

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Moolen

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E. Vroom

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Cees Bustraan

37 photos

jens smit

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India

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RON DOBSON

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derklam

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John O Neill

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walbag

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Ria Maat

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John Durston

3 photos

har

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bobjak

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Marc Pingoud

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Linesman

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Indeed. After the sea trials the ship will go back to Flushing to eliminate any faults that would appear.

For the finished product, have a look at the last page of this pdf file:

http://www.damen.nl/Download.aspx?rId=36&type=NewsLetter
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Note that the Thales radar mast has not yet been fitted.
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