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Philippine Coast Guard ships
« on: August 26, 2006, 03:51:44 AM »
Moderator's note: The Philippine Coast Guard is no longer part of the Philippine Navy. However, as Pachada points out often, it will become part of the PN in war time. Therefore in that vein, let us stretch the definition of an AFP unit/ship to include these boats.

Special acknowledgement to FirstKnight for suggesting the original thread index, and for many of the photos in these threads, and to Sumomo for pointing out this older thread.  :beer:

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See also: Status of PCG Tenix boats

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Search and Rescue Vessel
Tenix, 56 meter

BRP Batangas (SARV 004)
BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
BRP Edsa II (SARV 002)
BRP San Juan (SARV 001)

     Tenix, 35 meter

BRP Davao del Norte (SARV 3504)
BRP Romblon (SARV 3503)
BRP Nueva Viscaya (SARV 3502)
BRP Ilocos Norte (SARV 3501)

Bessang Pass class

BRP Tirad Pass (AU-100)
BRP Bessang Pass (AU-75)

Navigational aid tender

Corregidor class

BRP Corregidor (AE-891)

ex-USCG Balsam class

BRP Kalinga (AG-89)

ex-US Army FS-381 class

BRP Limasawa (AE-79)
BRP Cape Bojeador (AE-46)

Tugs

MT Tug Habagat (TB-271)

Patrol craft

Ex US PGM-39 class

BRP Palawan (PG-64)

Swift Mk.III class

DF-334

Swift Mk.2

DF-313
DF-312
DF-311
DF-310
DF-309
DF-308
DF-307
DF-305

Swift Mk.1

DF-302

???

DF-330
DF-318

Cutters

CGC-110

Marcelo fiberglass boat

DB-433

PCG manned BFAR boats

The following boats of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) are manned by PCG personnel as per a MOA between both organizations:

Rodman 101
Rodman 38


========== Original first post of this thread below ==========


Found this from the JICA website (http://project.jica.go.jp/philippines/0121396E0/pcg.htm)
translated from Japanese by Google toolbar translator, so pardon the English folks ^_^.

(Boat boat & aircraft power)
AU-001~004 and the 3501~3504 are the new boat which is commissioned recently by the Australian software loan. In addition AE891 is the buoy tender which is commissioned by the Japanese software loan.
The AU00 series is felt 2 axial variable-pitch propeller by the alloy make high-speed boat, the Australian design philosophy lightly and we have become the smart design, the decompression tank for the rotor arrival of a ship deck and the bends patient, the accommodation space and the sick bay of the victim are equipped. Because relative it is high center of gravity, it is thought that there is a difficulty in life saving service under heavy weather. In addition if either the rotor is not the calm time, arrival of a ship is unreasonable. Because fuel consumption is large, here when with saying, for use refrains to the utmost making provision. In addition the boat which receives the damage to the propeller with the driftwood which flowed out to the sea due to the continual typhoon ahead, is many, it is the story where the head is painful supply of repair cost way for PCG. The AU35 series allotted the water jet between 2 axial variable-pitch propellers, in plan of beginning lightly it was the alloy make which is proud of 35Kt high-speed boat, but considering fuel economy, that you dropped speed, it has known about. It adjusts to the AU00 series and the search rescuing shipwreck total 8 has become the face of PCG.
AE-891 is the Japanese make buoy tender, it has become the boorish design which Japan seems, but reputation is good low in fuel economy and non breakdown. But, while air conditioning breaks down it is not possible to repair, in spite even in new shipbuilding inboard is hot. Loading the oil pest control equipment other than buoyage job, it was possible also, to undertake pest control job, the case where the small-sized airliner falls in the Manila bay, participating in rescue, and fuselage launch and retreival job it exhibited universal inclination.
Each remaining boat boat the navy (is old and the US Navy and United States Coast Guard) from being something which is taken over, boat age 60 years also the wonderful long-lived boat which is said is survival in. Preservation boat circumstance is not good under any condition from the circumstance which cannot cut budget in service.
By the aircraft presently as for any operational possible things the fixed wing 1 machine and with only rotor 1, the hoist device which JICA provides is installed in the rotor among these.
The tugboat 1, the barge 9, 14 there is a supervisory control boat as other ships. As for the supervisory management boat the PCG staff embarks to the boat of Bureau of fisheries possession, uses the glare mainly in illegal operation, but bearing duty it does also marine preservation business such as sea rescue regarding emergency.

-/Registration number/Boat name/Remark

Search and rescue boat
1/AU 001/BRP SAN JUAN/ Search and rescue boat (56m type Australia make) president private bedroom attaching
2/AU 002/BRP EDSA II/ Ditto non work (main engine rpm restriction)
3/AU 003/BRP PAMPANGA/ Ditto
4/AU 004/BRP BATANGAS/ Ditto non work (dry dock in waiting)
5/AU 3501/BRP ILOCOS NORTE/ Search and rescue boat (35m type Australia make)
6/AU 3502/BRP VIZCAYA/ Ditto
7/AU 3503/BRP ROMBLON/ Ditto
8/AU 3504/BRP DAVAO DEL NORTE/ Ditto

Buoy tender
1/ AE 891/BRP CORREGIDOR/ Buoy tender (new model Japan make)
 
2/AE 89/BRP KALINGA/ Buoy tender (old type)
3/AE 79/BRP LIMASAWA/ Ditto non work (in dry dock in)
4/AE 46/BRP BOJEADOR/ Ditto non work (awaiting repair status)

Patrol shooting boat
1 PG 64 BRP PALAWAN  Patrol shooting boat non work (Balkan gun coupling new changing waiting)

Small-sized boat
1/CGC/103/-
2/CGC/110/-
3/CGC/115/-
4/CGC/128/-  Non work
5/CGC/129/-
6/CGC/30/-  Non work
7/CGC/32/-  Non work
8/CGC/133/-
9/CGC/134/-
10/DF 7/-  Limitation use
11/DF 300/-  Non work
12/DF 301/-
13/DF 302/-  Limitation use
14/DF 303/-  Non work
15/DF 307/-
16/DF 308/-  Non work
17/DF 309/-  Limitation use
18/DF 310/-
19/DF 311/-
20/DF 312/-
21/DF 313/-
22/DF 314/-  Non work
23/DF 315/-
24/DF 316/- 
25/DF 318/-
26/DF 325/-  Non work
27/DF 330/-
28/DF 332/-  Limitation use
29/DF 334/-
30/DF 347/-  Limitation use
31/DB 433/-
 
Aircraft
1/PCG 163/-  Rotor Bolkow BO 105
2/PCG 1636/-  Rotor Bolkow BO 105 non work (waiting of inspection of repair)
3/PCG 251/-  Fixed wing Britten Norman Islander
4/PCG 684/-  Fixing wing Britten Norman Islander non work (waiting of inspection)
5/RP-C1242/-  Fixing wing Cessna Golden Eagle 421-B not yet commission

Other boat boats (as for number of the left column number)
1/MT HABAGAT/ Tugboat
9/-/-  Barge
14/MCS/-  Supervisory investigation boat (30m type 10 11m types 4)

BRP (Barko ng Republika ng Philipinas) = Ship of Republic of the Philippines
AU = Auxiliary Unit and AE = Auxiliary Escort
PG = Patrol Gunboat and CGC = Coast Guard Cutter
DF = Diesel Fast and DB = Diesel Boat
MT = Motor Tugboat and MCS = Monitoring Control Survay

* Summary of boat boat aircraft
The photograph and compendium of the main boat boat aircraft are published.
It quoted from the photograph which thing or CGOF which presently is labor assistant possesses. The photograph whose quality is higher procurement circumstance is replaced.

Search and rescue boat (56m type)
Total length 56.0m width 10.6m depth 2.5m displacement approximately 540t
Variable-pitch propeller 2 axial speed 24Kt
Range 1,000NM/24Kt and 2,000NM/15Kt
Fixed capacity 38 names
Rotor arrival of a ship deck (and support facility)
Stern fall type rubber boat, deck on-board rubber boat 4
ictim accommodation room and sick bay, the bends corresponding decompression tank
Water cannon 2 oil treatment agent spreading device (oil treatment agent)
* As for the photograph the place where PCG-HRD project legal strict enforcement training is supported

Search and rescue boat (35m type)
Total length 36.2m width 6.7m depth 3.9m displacement approximately 120t
Fixed pitch propeller 2 axial water jet 1 axial speed 21Kt
Range 800NM/21Kt and 2,000NM/12Kt
Fixed capacity 20 names
Deck on-board rubber boat
* As for the photograph the place where PCG-HRD project diving training is supported

Buoy tender (new model)
Total length 56.9m width 11.9m depth 4.5m gross tonnage 730t
Variable-pitch propeller 2 axial bow thruster speed 12Kt
Range 4,000NM/12Kt
Fixed capacity 45 names
First cargo hold 88cu.m second cargo hold 419cu.m
Crane (SW 20t/2.5m 15t/4.5m)
1998.03.02 Commission
* As for the photograph the place where PCG-HRD project oil pest control training is supported
 
Buoy tender (old type)
Total length 54.9m depth 5.2m gross tonnage 800t
Fixed pitch propeller 1 axial speed 11Kt
In 1944 PCG (PN) it transfers in commission 1994 as a USCG buoy tender
* Description above the data of AE 89

Patrol shooting boat
Total length 30.6m width 5.7m
Fixed pitch propeller 2 axial speed 10Kt
It transfers from USN

Small-sized boat (CGC type)
Total length 12.2m (40ft) width 3.4m
Fixed pitch propeller 1 axial speed 12Kt
Fixed capacity 6 names
It transfers from USN

Small-sized boat (DF/50ft type)
Total length 15.2m (50ft) width 4.1m
Fixed pitch 1 propeller 1 axial speed 20Kt
Fixed capacity 5 names
It transfers from USN

Small-sized boat (DF/65ft type)
Total length 19.5m (64ft) width 5.7m
Fixed pitch 1 propeller 1 axial speed 22Kt
Fixed capacity 6 names
It transfers from USN
* DF318, 332, 334 and 347 is 65ft type

Small-sized boat (DB type)
Total length 13.7m (45ft) width 4.4m
Fixed pitch propeller 1 axial speed 46Kt
Fixed capacity 5 names
It transfers from USN

Aircraft (rotor)
BO-105
Total length 11.8m span 9.8m
Engine output 420Hp maximum speed 133Kt cruise speed 110Kt
Fuel Jet A-1/Jp-5 fuel airlift 580Ltr
Duration 3.5Hr range (one way) 315NM
Fixed capacity 5 names
* As for the photograph when the hoist device which is due to JICA provision is installed (at the announcement ceremony)

Aircraft (fixed wing)
BN-2 Islander
Total length 10.9m span 16.2m
Engine output 300Hp maximum speed 120Kt
Fuel airlift 740Ltr
Duration 6Hr range (one way) 800NM
Fixed capacity 10 names
* At hoist device announcement ceremony

Other boat boats (tugboat)
Other boat boats (barge)
Other boat boats (supervisory investigation boat)
* 30m type (inner part) with 11m type (forward)
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Re: PCG Ships
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2006, 04:56:47 PM »
Are the following ships decommissioned?

BRP Bataan (SAR-77)
BRP Besang Pass (SAR-99)
BRP Tirad Pass (SAR-100)

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Re: Philippine Coast Guard ships
« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2009, 08:39:29 AM »
Mr. A, is this boat one of those Swifts? Took this in Cebu beside MV Doulos last January.


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Re: Philippine Coast Guard ships
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2009, 03:20:10 PM »
Mr. A, is this boat one of those Swifts? Took this in Cebu beside MV Doulos last January.



Hi Mr. A16,

It sure does look like one of the Swifts. Too bad the photo doesn't have the ship number.
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Re: Philippine Coast Guard ships
« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2009, 08:02:14 PM »
thanks Mr. A.

can't get any better angle. there are numbers on the roof though (812?).

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Re: Philippine Coast Guard ships
« Reply #5 on: March 27, 2009, 05:41:30 PM »
a question!

does the coast guard need some gunships or they're just for Search and rescue ops?



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Re: Philippine Coast Guard ships
« Reply #6 on: April 02, 2009, 10:07:21 PM »
The coast guard has law enforcement functions as well so they need gunships aside from SAR vessels.
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Re: Philippine Coast Guard ships
« Reply #7 on: June 15, 2009, 02:13:45 PM »
Please correct:

BRP Palawan should be PG-64
BRP Limasawa should be AE-79

The Philippine Coast Guard is no longer part of the Philippine Navy. However, as Pachada points out often, it will become part of the PN in war time. Therefore in that vein, let us stretch the definition of an AFP unit/ship to include these boats.

Special acknowledgement to FirstKnight for suggesting this thread index, and for many of the photos in these threads.  :beer:

=== ~~~ ===

See also: Status of PCG Tenix boats

=== ~~~ ===

Search and Rescue Vessel
Tenix, 56 meter

BRP Batangas (SARV 004)
BRP Pampanga (SARV 003)
BRP Edsa II (SARV 002)
BRP San Juan (SARV 001)

     Tenix, 35 meter

BRP Davao del Norte (SARV 3504)
BRP Romblon (SARV 3503)
BRP Nueva Viscaya (SARV 3502)
BRP Ilocos Norte (SARV 3501)

Navigational aid tender

Corregidor class

BRP Corregidor (AE-891)

ex-USCG Balsam class

BRP Kalinga (AG-89)

ex-US Army FS-381 class

BRP Limasawa (AE-71)

Patrol craft

Ex US PGM-39 class

BRP Palawan (PG-61)

Swift Mk.III class

DF-334

Swift Mk.2

DF-313
DF-312
DF-311
DF-310
DF-309
DF-308
DF-307
DF-305


PCG manned BFAR boats

The following boats of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) are manned by PCG personnel as per a MOA between both organizations:

Rodman 101
Rodman 38
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« Reply #8 on: July 03, 2009, 08:49:00 AM »
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Re: Philippine Coast Guard ships
« Reply #10 on: July 03, 2009, 03:35:56 PM »

Philippine Coast Guard vessels berthed in South Harbor, Port of Manila.




















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Re: Philippine Coast Guard ships
« Reply #11 on: October 12, 2009, 06:02:07 AM »
DF 347 and DF 7 are in ILOILO, they are assigned to PCG Panay Island. DF 347 just got out of drydocked last month SEPT.2009. Will post new pics in the coming days.

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« Reply #12 on: October 12, 2009, 09:05:36 AM »
Will post new pics in the coming days.

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« Reply #13 on: November 27, 2009, 11:10:02 PM »


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« Reply #14 on: November 29, 2009, 07:03:58 AM »
DF 347 and DF 7 are in ILOILO, they are assigned to PCG Panay Island. DF 347 just got out of drydocked last month SEPT.2009. Will post new pics in the coming days.
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