Fleet History

Haakon VII

Haakon VII is a Search and Rescue cruiser with towing capabilities of 12 tons.

Haakon VII is suitable for various Guard duties and also inshore and offshore surveys with her substantial range of 5000nm.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
VESSEL NAME:
Haakon VII
TYPE OF VESSEL:
Search / Rescue Cruiser
CALL SIGN:
JWXB
YEAR BUILT:
1958
FLAG :
Norway
CLASSIFICATION:
DNV (+1A1, Ice C)
PRINCIPAL PARTICULAR
LENGTH OVERALL:
26.45 m
BREADTH (MLD):
7.04 m
DEPTH (MLD):
4.2 m
DRAFT:
3.4 m
GROSS TONNAGE:
122 tons
NET TONNAGE:
48 tons
DISPLACEMENT:
210 tons
PRINCIPAL PARTICULAR
FRESHWATER:
26 m#
DIESEL OIL CAPACITY:
54 m#
BOLLARD PULL:
12 tons
TOP SPEED:
12 knots
CRUISING SPEED:
10 knots
FUEL CONSUMPTION:
70 litres / hour
RANGE:
5000nm
MACHINERY / PROPULSION
MAIN ENGINE:
1 x 786 kW GM DDA 16V-149, 1054 BHP, new installed in 1982
AUXILIARY ENGINE:
2 x 31 kW GM DDA 2-71, 42 BHP
LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT
APPLIANCE:
In accordance with current SOLAS regulations & class interpretations
FRC WITH DAVIT:
Fitted, 30 knots
LIFE RAFTS:
Suitably fitted