China to house 10,000 ton Vessel in its Patrolling Fleet

2 mins read  Sealuminati TeamOctober 27, 2021

The Haxiun 09, China's main 10,000-ton class maritime patrol vessel which has the most progressive technologies and great infrastructure, was decommissioned on Sunday. The ship is anticipated to enhance the country's maritime industry governance.

The China Central Television (CCT) has reported that the ship can accomplish any kind of rescue and safety operation more frequently. It is also anticipated to play a great role in Pollution custody on the great sea.

The Vessel is going to be the most important element of China's maritime patrol division and to strengthen China's great maritime traffic, vibrant control, and disaster support capabilities. It is also going to play a substantial role to ensure the smooth transportation of the shipping industry and it's also going to create a considerable effect on boosting up China's economy as well as the International Maritime Logistics Chain. Supporting the high-quality development of the shipping industry and safeguarding China's maritime rights and interests.

On Saturday the vessel joined the maritime constitution enforcement treaty in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province.

The vessel is about 165 meters long, 20.6 meters wide, and has a depth of 9.5 meters with a full displacement of about 13,000 tons. The construction of the vessel will start in May 2019. It has a maximum speed of more than 25 knots and an endurance of about 10,000 nautical miles at a speed of 16 nautical miles per hour.

The vessel is designed for the open seas to sail far beyond its coastal region for about 90 days without being supplied with any kind of allowances of food & fuel.

The vessel is well equipped with the satellite communication system, including China's Beidou Navigation Satellite System to foresee any kind of danger or emergency before a stipulated time to take the mandatory actions and to process the information and command to govern at the sea. It also has a helicopter berth rug to counter any kind of emergency out there in the sea.