The tug Janequeo (6th) was built in L.H. Salthammer Batbyggeri, Vestes, Norway in 1974. Specially designed for support of oil rigs in deep waters and with hull reinforced to navigate among ice. It can load up to 1,400 tons. Acquired by Chile changed banner in the port of Frediricia on November 20, 1987, arriving at Valparaíso on January 26, 1988. By having complied with its useful life, it was removed from the service from March 15, 1998.
Galvarina was built in Aukra Bruk, Norway, shipyards in the 51 to the Danish company Maersk. Launched into the water in August 1974. Your first port of registry was Skagen. Specially designed to support oil rigs in deep waters and with reinforced to navigate among ice helmet, so it possesses excellent "seakeeping". Acquired by Chile, changes its flag in the port of Frediricia, Denmark, on November 20, 1987, arriving at Valparaíso on January 26, 1988. He was assigned to the third Naval zone as tug and for rescue and salvage operations. From 1990 he was assigned to the Antarctic fleet supporting the foundations of the Antarctic Chilean territory during the annual supply, from November to February each year. Effective January 01, 1999 it is assigned to the Commander in Chief of the squadron.
Latauro, classified by "Veritas", was constructed in Norwegian shipyards, twin of the R.A.M. "Janequeo" and "Galvarino". By resolution C.J.A. (Res.) 4520 N/C - 1227 Vrs. of December 19, 1990, he joined the service of the Navy of Chile from December 21, 1990.
|Displacement, full||2,380 tons|
|GT (Gross Tonnage)||tons|
|NT (Net Tonnage)||tons|
|Length, O/A||58.3 meters / feet|
|Length, W/L||meters / feet|
|Length, B/P||meters / feet|
|Max Beam||meters / feet|
|Draft||3.9 meters / feet|
|Height||meters / feet|
|Number of Main Engine(s)|
|Main Engine builder|
|Main power||6400 HP|
|Speed, maximum||14 knots|
|Range||nautical miles at knots|
|Weapons Systems||1 40/60 mm machine gun|
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