Search and Rescue
operations

The CGuard50 is an Offshore Patrol Vessel dedicated to patrol and offshore Search and Rescue
operations. Her round bilge hull shape allows high stability even by strong winds and rough seas.

Missions

> Search and Rescue (Primary mission)
> Coastal and off-shore patrolling Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR)
> Humanitarian support
> Antipollution operations
> Smuggling and piracy control
> helicopter and UAV operation

Performance and Competitive Features

> A maximum speed of 20 knots
> A minimum operating range of 2,000 nautical miles at 12 knots
> Accessibility to engine room optimized for easy maintenance
> Modular design giving options for multiple applications
> Round bilge hull shape allows:
> Operating in strong wind and rough seas
> High autonomy due to reduced fuel consumption
> Optimized location of service and recreation areas for crew

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Main Characteristics

> Length Overal : 50.40 m
> Beam Overall : 11.20 m
> Maximum draught : 2.90 m
> Maximum speed : 20 Knots
> Range at 12 Kts : 2000 NM
> Crew : 20
> Additional and passengers : 20
> Fuel : 43 m3
> Fresh water : 4 m3
> Hull : Steel
> Superstructure : Aluminium
> Classification : BUREAU VERITAS

Main Equipment & Auxiliaries

> Two main generating sets
> One emergency generating set
> Two diesel engines
> Two Controllable Pitch Propellers (CPP)
> External firefighting water monitor
> One helicopter platform able to land a SAR helicopter up to 4.5t

Typical Mission Systems

> One Mission Management System
> One Remote-Controlled Weapon Station (20 mm)
> One electro-optical observation system
> Two 12.7 mm side guns
> One radio direction finder
> One 25 kW X-band radar
> Two 6.8 m outboard RHIB deployed by ramp or davit with painter boom
> One UAV Hangar and one UAV launching area
> Two rescue zones
> Two large survivor rooms connected to one independent treatment area

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