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    Japan Coast Guard Equipment

    Coast Guard ship nomenclature

    • PLH (equipped with two helicopters) type - Japan's old place names
    • PLH (equipped with a helicopter) type - straits, waterways, mountain, etc.
    • PL type (Large patrol cutters) - peninsula, cape, bay, island, etc.
    • PM-type (Medium patrol cutters) - river, island names
    • PS type (Small patrol cutters) - mountain
    • HL tracking ship
    • PC, CL patrol boats
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    Reserve -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Ships Tons Year Inventory

    Patrol Vessels

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    PLH-type (Patrol vessel Large, Helicopter) ... ... ... ... ... 13 ... ... ... ...
    PLH31 Shikishima 6,500 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PLH21 Mizuho 5,300 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PLH09 Ryukyu 3,100 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PLH02 Tsugaru 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PLH01 Soya 4,089 1978 -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PL-type (Patrol vessel Large) ... ... ... ... ... 38 ... ... ... ...
    PL31 Izu 3,500 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PL51 Hida 2,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PL06 Kurikoma 1,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PL101 Shiretoko 1,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PL61 Hateruma 1,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PL41 Aso 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PL22 Miura 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PL21 Kojima 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PL05 Hakata 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PL02 Ojika / Erimo 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PL01 Nojima / Oki 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM-type (Patrol vessel Medium) ... ... ... ... ... 38 ... ... ... ...
    PM21 Tokara / Omi 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM95 Anami 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM89 Takatori 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM79 Bihoro / Abukuma 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM15 Teshio II 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM01 Natsui / Teshio 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PS-type (Patrol vessel Small) ... ... ... ... ... 27 ... ... ... ...
    PS201 Tsurugi 180 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PS108 Takatsuki 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PS103 Akagi / Kongou 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PS01 Mihashi / Shinzan 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM21 Tokara 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM95 Anami 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PM89 Takatori 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    FL-type (Flreflghtlng boat Large) ... ... ... ... ... 1 ... ... ... ...
    FL Hiryu ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    Patrol Craft

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    PC-type (Patrol Craft) ... ... ... ... ... 69 ... ... ... ...
    PC Fudo (35 meters) ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PC Kawagiri (30 meters) ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    PC202 Murakumo / Kitagumo 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PC105 Hayagumo 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PC101 Asogiri 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PC72 Akizuki / Urayuki 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PC51 Yodo 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PC11 Hayanami 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    PC01 Matsunami 00 19xx -- -- -- -- -- - - - - -
    CL-type (Craft Large) ... ... ... ... ... 169 ... ... ... ...
    CL Iyozakura (20 meters) ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    Special Guard and Rescue Craft

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    Radioactivity-Monitoring Boats ... ... ... ... ... 3 ... ... ... ...
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Guard Craft ... ... ... ... ... 2 ... ... ... ...
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Surveillance Service Boats... ... ... ... ... 58 ... ... ... ...
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    Hydrographic Survey Vessels, etc.

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    HL-type (Hydrographic service vessel large) ... ... ... ... ... 5 ... ... ... ...
    HL Shoyo 3,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    HS-type (Hydrographic service vessel Small) ... ... ... ... ... 8 ... ... ... ...
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    LM-type (Lighthouse service vessel Medium) ... ... ... ... ... 7 ... ... ... ...
    LM Koun (23 meters) ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    LS-type (Lighthouse service vessel Small) ... ... ... ... ... 5 ... ... ... ...
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Training Boats ... ... ... ... ... 3 ... ... ... ...
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    AGHS patrol combatant support ship

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    Class Type ,000 19xx -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    Aviation

    Fixed Wing Aviation ... ... ... ... ... 27 ... ... ... ...
    Umiwashi Gulfstream V 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 2 -- -- -- --
    Churawashi Falcon 900 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 2 -- -- -- --
    Mihowashi Bombardier 300 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 8 -- -- -- --
    Hayabusa Saab 340 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 4 -- -- -- --
    Etopirika Beechcraft 350 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 9 -- -- -- --
    Beechcraft 200 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- -- -- --
    Cesna 206 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- -- -- --
    Helicopters ... ... ... ... ... 46 ... ... ... ...
    Mimizuku Super Puma 225 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 2 -- -- -- --
    Wakawashi Super Puma 332 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 3 -- -- -- --
    Raichol Agusta 139 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 14 -- -- -- --
    Kumataka Sikorsky 76 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 3 -- -- -- --
    Inuwashi Bell 412 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 5 -- -- -- --
    Tancho Bell 212 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 16 -- -- -- --
    Oruri Bell 206 19xx -- -- -- -- -- 3 -- -- -- --


    Japan Coast Guard maritime security and maintaining law and order for the purpose of administrative organs, are outside the Bureau of Land Transport. On the breakdown mainly salvage? Traffic safety? Prevention and environmental preservation? Vigilante task, but in fact is the preservation of the marine interests (territorial waters guard, marine survey). 2000 renamed the Japan Coast Guard (abbreviation: JCG). Coast Guard and other countries equivalent to the Coast Guard (Coast Guard), etc. belong to paramilitary organizations, the current number of staff of about 12,000 people, most of them are maritime security official, the existing boat 194 (displacement of more than 20 tons), Maritime patrol aircraft 73, the Japan Coast Guard patrol boats currently have in terms of a large number of advanced equipment or tonnage terms, both ranking first in the world. Japan Coast Guard is the paramilitary forces. And some models ship in military vessels GM, but nothing has changed on the equipment. If our fishery alone, maritime surveillance force, by contrast, are still disparities in the equipment, even if the completion of 30 years of law enforcement vessels in five shipbuilding plan could not catch up. And just think of the Diaoyu Islands collision occurred, still no space to display their naval forces, paramilitary forces also need to dominate the course of the conflict. It is not hard to understand why Japan dare hit me fishing, fishermen catch me. Even if we pull out a victory by a strong national military and economic machine, but marine rights initiative still in the hands of the Japanese. Fire Boat FL; fireboat FM; patrol boat GS; monitor banned boats SS; design standard boat LL; located Menorah see the boat back to the ship standard LM; Menorah see back to the ship LS; oil controlling boat OR; oil recovery boats OS; radioactivity survey Boat MS; exhibition Zhang boat OX; training vessel AOBA Coast Guard aircraft LAJ, LA, MA, SA, MH, SH (A to fixed-wing aircraft, H helicopter)

    1. First District Headquarters Location: Otaru, Hokkaido jurisdiction: Hokkaido (including the four northern islands)
    2. Second District Headquarters Location: Shiogama, Miyagi Range jurisdiction: Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, Akita, Yamagata, Fukushima Prefecture (Pacific side)
    3. Third District Headquarters Location: Kanagawa Yokohama District jurisdiction: Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Yamanashi, Shizuoka Prefecture
    4. Fourth District Headquarters Location: Minato-ku, Nagoya, Aichi scope of jurisdiction: Gifu, Aichi, Mie Prefecture
    5. Fifth District headquarters location: Kobe, Hyogo jurisdiction of the Central District: Shiga, Kyoto Prefecture (south Nandan City), Osaka, Hyogo (Seto Inland Sea side), Nara, Wakayama Prefecture, Germany Island County, Kochi
    6. Sixth District Headquarters Location: Hiroshima, Hiroshima Shinan jurisdiction: Okayama, Hiroshima, Yamaguchi Prefecture (Seto Inland Sea side), Kagawa, Ehime Prefecture
    7. Seventh District Headquarters Location: Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture jurisdiction Moji District: Yamaguchi Prefecture (Japan Sea side), Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Oita Prefecture (including Kumamoto Ariake)
    8. Eighth District headquarters location: Maizuru, Kyoto Prefecture jurisdiction: Kyoto Prefecture (north of Kyotanba-cho), Fukui Prefecture, Hyogo (Japan Sea side), Tottori, Shimane Prefecture (including Takeshima)
    9. Ninth District Headquarters Location: Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture jurisdiction of the Central District: Niigata, Toyama, Ishikawa, Nagano (Japan Sea coast of the Tohoku region included)
    10. Tenth District Headquarters Location: Kagoshima City, Kagoshima Prefecture jurisdiction: Kumamoto (does not include Ariake Sea), Miyazaki, Kagoshima Prefecture
    11. Eleventh District Headquarters Location: Naha, Okinawa jurisdiction: Okinawa (including sovereignty dispute with the People's Republic of Diaoyu Islands)
    PLH (Patrol Vessel Large With Helicopter) Type patrol ship Soya level (SOUYA class / Other u?) Soya first floor level with a long ship, similar to the ship's hull. Finer lines were reinforced bow, stern of icebreaker type tail, there is a bottom elevation above the waterline, the lower part of the arc-shaped, easy parking Ice sailing in waters with ice-breaking capabilities. Soya ship is equipped with a Japan Coast Guard helicopter patrol first ship, the ship can carry a Fuji - Bell 212 helicopter, ship name of the ship an extension of the first Japanese Antarctic observation ship PL-107's Vessel . Mainly used to include the North Sea Guard, rescue, and the opening of the route over the ocean freezes and other tasks, the ship served longer period since 2009 to begin the transformation of life extension. PLH01 Other u ? SOUYA Soya first number under the Maritime Security Hall a Regional Coast Guard Headquarters Kushiro Maritime Security Department Service Date: November 22, 1978 Performance data: Captain: 98.6 m Ship Width: 15.6 m Draught: 5.2 m Displacement: 4,089 tons standard 3,139 tons full load Power plant: 2 SEMT-Pielstick 12 PC2.5 V400 produced diesel engine, dual-axis Speed: 21 Endurance: 5700 nm / 18 Icebreaking capability: speed 3 Icebreakers thickness 1 m Armament: 1 Bofors 40mm gun, a JM61 20mm guns Aircraft carrier: a Bell 212 light helicopter (JA9565) Shipboard boat: a high-speed patrol boat, an all-weather lifeboat Electronic equipment: a 1576 type I band air search radar; 2 I-band navigation radar Type 1596; receiving a satellite communications antenna; 1 meteorological satellite receiving antenna; infrared night vision and searchlights, etc. Crew prepared: 71 PLH (Patrol Vessel Large With Helicopter) Type patrol ship Tsugaru level (TSUGARU class / zu But ru) Tsugaru (TSUGARU class / zu But ru) Soya grade level for the subsequent improvement ship type, canceled the ice-breaking capabilities, the use of a steel hull, increasing the aspect ratio of the hull to increase speed. Under the bow waterline with a bulbous bow and boosters, the central hull with a bilge keel and a pair of active fin stabilizer when navigating to 18 can produce 52 tons of torque, can be reduced to 90% of the roll . Tsugaru grade 7 before setting two pairs of davits, shipboard weapons and equipment mainly arranged in the front area of ??the superstructure, an emplacement room located on the deck in front of the bridge, the other a gun emplacements located on the deck, equipment guns with Gejian different. Tsugaru (TSUGARU class / zu But ru) level with a light helicopter. The level of construction of nine, including the last two big changes in the structure called the new design, are active in the. Performance data: Captain: 105.4 m Ship Width: 14.6 m Draught: 4.8 m Displacement: 4,037 tons standard 3,221 tons full load Power plant: 2 SEMT-Pielstick 12 PC2.5 V400 produced diesel engine, dual-axis Speed: 22 Endurance: 6000 nm / 18 Armament: 1 Bofors 40mm gun, a JM61 20mm guns Aircraft carrier: a Bell 212 light helicopters Shipboard boat: a high-speed patrol boat Electronic equipment: a 1576 type I band air search radar; 2 I-band navigation radar Type 1596; receiving a satellite communications antenna; 1 meteorological satellite receiving antenna; infrared night vision and searchlights, etc. Crew prepared: 71 (PLH02-04), 69 person (PLH05-10) Sibling ships: PLH02 zu ru Tsugaru No. But under the first district of Hakodate Maritime Security Department (JA9564) Service Date: April 17, 1979 PLH03 ? ? ? Mi Osumi under the Tenth District No. Kagoshima Maritime Security Department (JA9540) Service Date: October 18, 1979 PLH04 ? ? ? Hayato under the Tenth District No. Kagoshima Maritime Security Department (JA9550) Service Date: March 5, 1980 PLH05 u za ? under the Second District No. Zao Shiogama Maritime Security Department (JA9574) Service Date: March 19, 1983 PLH06 ? ku ? Ex-san built under the Seventh District Fukuoka Maritime Security Department (JA9594) Service Date: September 28, 1983 PLH07 se ? zu Settsu membership Fifth District No. Kobe Maritime Security Department (JA9607) Service Date: September 27, 1984 PLH08 ? ? Greeting Echigo under the Ninth District No. Niigata Maritime Security Department (JA5930) Service Date: February 28, 1990 PLH09 ? u u-ki-ri ? membership Ryukyu No. XI Regional Coast Guard Headquarters (JA9929) Service Date: March 31, 2000 Shear PLH10 da Kei Oyama Road under the Eighth District Habitat Maritime Security Department (JA9617) Service Date: October 1, 2001 PLH (Patrol Vessel Large With Helicopter) Type patrol ship Mizuho level (MIZUHO class / Mizuho) Mizuho level has a large helicopter hangar, the first ship is equipped with two Coast Guard helicopters patrol ship, can carry two light helicopters. Mizuho floor level with a long bow, flat deck configuration, large-scale settings in Funabashi OIC command post (including OIC Action Information Center) to strengthen the command functions. 8500 sea miles away so have the endurance capacity offshore patrol. The level of construction of two active duty in. Performance data: Captain: 130.0 m Ship Width: 15.5 m Draught: 8.8 m Displacement: 5,317 tons standard 5,259 tons full load Power plant: two diesel engines, biaxial Speed: 23 Endurance: 8500 nm /? Festival Armament: one 35mm gun, one 20mm gun JM61 6 ? Carrier aircraft: two Bell 212 light helicopters Shipboard boat: a high-speed patrol boat, an all-weather lifeboat Electronic equipment: C4I RFS fire command system Crew prepared: 130 Sibling ships: PLH21 MIZUHO Mizuho Mizuho-ku, Nagoya No. fourth tube under the Maritime Security Department (JA9618, JA9619) Service Date: March 19, 1986 PLH22 ? shi ma eight islands under the Third District No. Yokohama Maritime Security Department (maritime security school training ship; JA9684, JA9931) Service Date: December 1, 1988 PLH (Patrol Vessel Large With Helicopter) Type patrol ship Shikishima level (SHIKISHIMA class / expands ki shi ma) Shikishima number originally reprocessing plutonium as fuel maritime transport ship convoy and design, the design principle is the life force, high-speed, precision weaponry, able to deal with terrorist threats at sea, the Japanese Coast Guard and the existing world's largest Coast Guard ship. The ship is equipped with advanced large-scale air and sea search radar and satellite communications equipment, with a very strong maritime patrol, guard and rescue capabilities, can be visited on more than 200 sea miles exclusive economic zone outside of Japan, the vast waters. November 1992 to January 1993, No. Shikishima first mission, completed the Cherbourg from France to Japan escort mission. In order to ensure transport safety, the ship's specific performance data has been no announcement as confidential. In recent years, including Japan, to strengthen competition for me, including the Diaoyu Islands territorial waters of the East China Sea, the Japan Coast Guard belongs Shikishima number and other large patrol vessels have stepped up their activities in the East China Sea. The construction of a class, active in. PLH31 expands ki shi ma SHIKISHIMA Shikishima numbers belonging third Regional Coast Guard Headquarters in Yokohama Maritime Security Department (special relief ship) Service Date: April 8, 1992 Performance data: Captain: 150.0 m Ship Width: 16.5 m Draught: 9.0 m Displacement: 7,175 tons standard 6,500 tons full load Power Plant: four diesel, biaxial Speed: 25 Endurance: 20,000 sea miles /? Festival Armament: two pairs of linked 35mm gun, two 20mm guns JM61 6 ? Carrier aircraft: two AS332L1 helicopters (JA6685, JA6686) Shipboard boat: a high-speed patrol boat Electronic equipment: an OPS-14 air search radar; C4I RFS fire command system Crew prepared: 68 Second, a large patrol boat Nojima level (number of vessels) 1500T: PL 01 Oki (Wilderness Island) as the representative King Class (2) 1260T: PL 15 King PL 16 Muroto Kojima level (1) 2950T: PL 21 islands pl22 ? Izu-class (1) 3500T: Izu ? PL 32 PL 31 Miura (retired) ? PL type (Patrol Vessel Large) Mount Aso class patrol ship (ASO class / bean Other) Mount Aso Kyushu level after 2001 SW Hall of security incidents without trial boat launch first 1,000-ton patrol ship speed, speed and agility with excellent maneuverability and precision firepower, specifically for this type of boat without trial both high-speed and high-risk targets. The class uses light alloy hull material, reducing the weight of the hull itself. To improve the response capacity to deal with a suspicious boat, in addition to strengthening the important parts of bulletproof device, but also equipped with Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean and Russian languages ??represented 5 stopping command and infrared electro-optical device monitoring device search, you can identify Vessel The powerful searchlights, etc. (circadian Universal). Weapons and equipment have computer-controlled ballistic performance 40mm gun, you can ensure accurate shooting range in the suspicious ship weapons outside. The level of construction of three active duty in. Performance data: Captain: 79.0 m Ship Width: 10.0 m Draught: 6.0 m Displacement: 770 tons Power Plant: four diesel engine, four waterjets Speed: 30 ~ Festival Endurance:? Sea /? Festival Armament: 1 Bofosu MK.3 40mm guns Shipboard boat: a high-speed rescue boat, a multi-purpose guard lifeboat Electronic equipment: C4I FCS fire command system Crew prepared: 34 Sibling ships: PL41 thou Aso Hill Other ASO membership seventh district of Fukuoka Maritime Security Department Service Date: March 15, 2005 PL42 ? wa a number attached to the second Hayama Akita District Department of Maritime Security Service Date: April 12, 2006 PL43 ? ku san under the Ninth District of the White Mountain Road Kanazawa Maritime Security Department Service Date: April 12, 2006 PL type (Patrol Vessel Large) patrol ship Hida class (HIDA class /?da) Hida level after 2001 without trial southwest of Kyushu built ship event to another level entirely new 2000-ton high-performance large-scale high-speed patrol boats, ??? level more than a 20mm automatic guns and a helicopter deck. Hida class will serve as the Coast Guard intercepted the boat speed without trial fleet's flagship. Hida class bow superstructure front showing the purification of large tilt angle, the rear set large helicopter deck, strong enough to withstand the AS-332L1 Super Puma or larger Coast Guard helicopter EC-225 and so on. Aso also follow Hida grade level high-speed design, the use of diesel engines and four water-jet propulsion system combination 4, the maximum speed of more than 30, use of lightweight alloy hull construction, the host set on both sides of the hull exhaust near the waterline. In order to improve the resistance to wave power, the computer is equipped with the experimental stage Hida Institute of Maritime Security stabilizing fins newly developed control system. The level of construction of three active duty in. Performance data: Captain: 95.0 m Ship Width: 12.6 m Draught: 6.0 m Displacement: 1,800 tons Power Plant: four diesel engine, four waterjets Speed: 30 ~ Festival Endurance:? Sea /? Festival Armament: 1 Bofor Mk.3 40mm gun, a 20mm gun JM61 6 ? Aircraft carrier: Set apron and oil equipment Shipboard boat: a 7m-speed guard rescue boats, a multi-purpose rescue boat Electronic equipment: C4I FCS fire command system (40mm guns used), C4I RFS fire command system (20mm guns used) Crew prepared: 30 people Sibling ships: PL51 ? da HIDA Hida No membership ninth district of Niigata Ministry of Maritime Security Service Date: April 18, 2006 PL52 akai expands under the Tenth District No. Akaishi Kagoshima Ministry of Maritime Security Service Date: April 18, 2006 Other No. PL53 comes under the Eighth District of the Ministry of Maritime Security habitat Service Date: March 11, 2008 PL type (Patrol Vessel Large) according to level visits between the ship wave (HATERUMA class /?ru te ma) According to Inter-wave level is a simplified version of Hida reduced level became known to a new generation of Coast Guard to replace the bed-level backbone troops, belonging to 1000 tons high-mobility enhanced patrol boats (also known as enhanced base-type patrol boats). The vessel is to strengthen Japan's actual control over the Diaoyu Islands and the construction of the hull superstructure volume reduction, hull length and width are reduced down to 1,300 tons displacement, semi-sliding aircraft carrier body made of light alloy, still retains more than 30 high-speed maneuverability and helicopter deck can accommodate EC-225 or AS-332L1 Super Puma class helicopters. Hida class with similar levels between the bow wave according superstructure remained largely tilted, the host is still located on both sides of the hull exhaust port, in order to reduce the complexity of the design, the exhaust port then moved to a higher position, rather than Like Aso level, as close to the waterline Hida-level positions. According to Inter-wave level is a major feature of the bridge is equipped with four boats behind, on both sides of the bridge is also a security patrol ship hall common plane subtitle display, can display Japanese, Chinese and Korean. In addition, among waves according to the mother ship replenishment at sea level also has features for small patrol boats carry certain supplies of fuel supply or provide its personnel sitting, extend the capabilities of its foreign operations continued to bring synergistic whole of Coast Guard patrol capability. . The class was originally planning to build nine, has now increased to 11, active 9. Performance data: Captain: 89.0 m Ship Width: 11.0 m Draught: 5.0 m Displacement: 1,300 tons Power Plant: four diesel engines, four water jet propulsion unit Speed: 30 Endurance:? Sea /? Festival Weaponry: a MK44 30mm gun, a high-pressure water cannons Aircraft carrier: Set apron and fuel supply system Shipboard boat: 2 7m-speed guard rescue boats, two multi-purpose high-speed patrol boat 4.8m Electronic equipment: C4I FCS fire command system; laser radar; photoelectric bulletin board, etc. Crew prepared: 30 people Sibling ships: PL61 ? ru te ma HATERUMA between waves shine under the Eleventh District No. Ishigaki Maritime Security Department Service Date: April 1, 2008 PL62 ? ka ta No. 7 under the first-ku, Fukuoka Service Date: February 2, 2009 PL63 yo ni na ku District No. 11 under the first Ishigaki Service Date: February 2, 2009 PL64 ? ? shabu No. 11 district headquarters under the first Naha Service Date: March 3, 2009 But Mi ni ku No. PL65 Section 11 area under the city Service Date: March 12, 2009 PL66 expands ki ne No. 3 under the first-ku, Yokohama Service Date: October 16, 2009 No. PL67 thou ma-gi area under the first three Shimoda Service Date: March 11, 2010 No. PL68 also feet ka Area under the first four Owase service Date: March 11, 2010 PL69 ko ki expands under the Section 10 District No. Kagoshima Service Date: March 9, 2010 PL70 scheduled PL71 scheduled Shiretoko level (28) 1360T: Huishan Shiretoko ? PL102 PL101 PL103 PL104 Yahiko Wakasa Rishiri PL107 PL106 PL105 headquarters Matsushima ? PL108 Rock Suruga-type root PL110 PL109 PL111 PL112 Liwen Wuhai PL113 Nojima (original foot off) PL114 Tosa (original Oki) PL115 Noto PL116 Yonaguni PL117 chestnut colt (original tube) Suzuka on PL118 PL119 PL120 North Eastern States Genkai PL122 PL121 PL123 Zhen five islands between PL124 * shine Katori PL126 PL125 PL127 country on the eastern Tan ? PL128 Tiancheng (former Mashu) Three medium-sized patrol boats PM-type (Patrol Vessel Medium) patrol boat days salt level (class / na zu Kei), a The level of the Japan Coast Guard patrol boat was built around the time of mid-sized patrol boats with the international Law of the Sea Convention, in force. Basic Design teshio level previously built medium-class patrol boats Bihoro based amplification, the most notable difference in appearance between the two is that the salt level will chimneys originally day Bihoro level arc at right angles to the edge of the edge of the waterline The following hull redesign, a host for the transformation, but the speed is also essentially unchanged. In the last about nine years time, the same type of boat built with small improvements, such as windows Funabashi by the square into a circle. Japan was focusing on economic development, to save money, the entire hull exterior design with the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force minesweeper roughly. Teshio level advanced age, will gradually be replaced by a new generation of medium-sized patrol boats. The level of construction 14, active in. Performance data: Captain: 67.8 m Ship Width: 7.9 m Draught: 4.4 m Displacement: 630 tons standard 526 tons full load Power plant: two diesel engines, biaxial Speed: 18 Endurance: 3200 nm /? Festival Armament: one 20mm gun JM61 6 ? Shipboard boat: a multipurpose lifeboat Electronic equipment: Crew prepared: 33 Sibling ships: PM01 na zu Kei nashua second district under the Fukushima No. Service time: 30 September 1980 PM02 ki ta ka Mi God North, under the second district Kamaishi Service time: August 29, 1980 PM03 shareholders' Mizuho ro first Bihoro District No. membership Hakodate Service time: 30 September 1980 PM04 ? ka ? Tokachi district under the first Hiroo Service time: March 24, 1981 Hitachi PM05 ? ta ? third district under the Kashima No. Service time: March 19, 1981 PM06 ? ki zu Okitsu number of water under the Third District Service time: March 17, 1981 PM07 Kei ? ? Isa Bell Road under the Sixth District Matsuyama Service time: February 18, 1982 PM-type (Patrol Vessel Medium) patrol boat days salt level (class / na zu Kei), two The level of the Japan Coast Guard patrol boat was built around the time of mid-sized patrol boats with the international Law of the Sea Convention, in force. Basic Design teshio level previously built medium-class patrol boats Bihoro based amplification, the most notable difference in appearance between the two is that the salt level will chimneys originally day Bihoro level arc at right angles to the edge of the edge of the waterline The following hull redesign, a host for the transformation, but the speed is also essentially unchanged. In the last about nine years time, the same type of boat built with small improvements, such as windows Funabashi by the square into a circle. Japan was focusing on economic development, to save money, the entire hull exterior design with the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force minesweeper roughly. Teshio level advanced age, will gradually be replaced by a new generation of medium-sized patrol boats. The level of construction 14, active in. Performance data: Captain: 67.8 m Ship Width: 7.9 m Draught: 4.4 m Displacement: 630 tons standard 526 tons full load Power plant: two diesel engines, biaxial Speed: 18 Endurance: 3200 nm /? Festival Armament: one 20mm gun JM61 6 ? Shipboard boat: a multipurpose lifeboat Electronic equipment: Crew prepared: 33 Sibling ships: PM08 ? ? se Chitose district under the first Rumoi Service time: March 15, 1983 PM09 ma ? ? Tomabechi under the Fifth District No. Tokushima Service time: March 10, 1983 Other PM10 ra ? Sorachi first district membership numbers Mombetsu Service time: August 30, 1984 PM11 Yu Misora ??Yubari number under the First District Abashiri Service time: 28 November 1985 PM12 ? u-ra under the first number of the Pu Pu River District Service time: 21 November 1986 PM13 Shear da Kei Kano membership Third District No. Shimoda Service time: 13 November 1986 PM14 Shear da Kei River Road under the Tenth District of the mountains Service time: 1 June 1988 PM-type (Patrol Vessel Medium) patrol boat days salt level (TESHIO class / te expands?) Teshio number (PM15) is the first ship 500 tons type icebreaking Coast Guard patrol boats built, started in steel shipyard October 7, 1994, the day before the Salt Road, Coast Guard only Soya number (PLH01) large helicopter patrol boat. Teshio number deployed in the North Sea authentic, responsible conduct in the winter icebreaking ocean, waterway and maritime guard launched rescue and other services, is the world's rare small icebreaker only; due to the smaller, day number can be salt or light in the fjord waters and other large icebreaker at hard to reach the smooth operations. Teshio number with long superstructure configuration, two-stage icebreaking bow, bow big dip at the lower part of the pressure on the ice easily, and then the pressure hull weight. Teshio No. 3 in speed can be continuously break the ice thickness of 0.55m, the maximum thickness of about icebreaking 75cm. The construction of a grade only, active in. PM15 te expands ? TESHIO teshio under the first district No. rausu Maritime Security Agency Service Date: October 19, 1995 Performance data: Captain: 54.9 m Ship Width: 10.6 m Draught: 5.0 m Displacement: 563 tons Power plant: two diesel engines, biaxial Speed: 14.5 Endurance:? Sea /? Festival Icebreaking capability: continuous icebreaking thickness of 0.75 m Armament: one 20mm gun JM61 6 ? Electronic equipment: Crew prepared: 35 Patrol boat PM22 ? ka ra type Patrol boat PM63 ? ? gi type Saddle after the class (350-M3-type) medium patrol vessels (498T) PM 65 saddle after southern PM 66 PM 67 PM 68 Saroma other gods Miyake Island PM 70 PM 72 PM 71 Awaji Yaeyama Yahagi level (350) medium-sized boats PM 69 dynasties Takatori class patrol ship medium (634T) PM 89 Takatori ? PM 94 Kumano ? Medium water level hole patrol (230T) Anamizu PM 96 PM 95 PM 97PM 98 Matsuura Third, the small patrol boat Akiyoshi class small patrol boats 195T Akiyoshi PS 01 PS 03 PS 02 Zuolv Ma Inasa Kirishima PS 05 PS 04 PS 06 divinity love hawk than like PS 07 PS 09 PS 08 horse shortage of potential PS 10 Sammy Sincerity class small patrol boats 115T Sincere ? PS 102 PS 101 building * ? PS 103 PS 104 Diamond Katsuragi ? PS 105 PS 106 broad peak towering style wooden PS 107 and ? High monthly class small patrol boats 180T PS 108 Gao ? PS 109 Wilderness ps201 ps205 ps206 ? Guard boat speed special type PS201 zu ru gi Patrol boat PC01 ma zu starting late type Patrol boat starting late type PC11 ? ? Patrol boats stuffed ? type PC22-ha-ma Patrol boat PC51 yo ? type Patrol boat PC46 expands ki na Mi-type Patrol boat PC64 thou type ki ki ? Patrol boat PC83 shi ma ri gi type Patrol boat PC86 ri gi na zu type Other gi patrol boats PC101 thou type ri But Yui patrol boats PC105 ka ki type Patrol boats PC201 ? EASY AUTO ? type The participants of the Diaoyu Islands collision, China's fishing boats were pulled harbor patrol boat No. pc115 evidence. Other patrol boats CL01 Kei ka ? type Patrol boats CL03 na da ka ? type Patrol boats CL11 also feet ka ? type Patrol boat CL105 also feet ka type Mayumi patrol boat CL201 ? type ri Tracking ship Tracking ship HL01 Akihiro type Tracking ship HL02 takyo type Ming Yang type tracking ship HL03 HL04-day foreign-based tracking ship Other numbers dinghy / From the CDC Community club.china.com / 1 Izu (Izu). 3500 tons, 110 meters. Commissioned by 1997 1 Kojima (training cutter) (Kojima). 2600/2900 tons, 115 meters. Commissioned by 1993 2 Mizuho (Mizuho, Yashima). 5000+ tons, 130 meters. Commissioned by 1986/1988. 1 Shikishima (Shikishima). 6500+ tons, 150 meters. Commissioned by 1992. 2 Ryukyu (Ryukyu, Daisen). 3500+ tons, 105 meters. Commissioned by 2000/2001. 1 Soya (Soya). 3200+ tons, 98+ meters. Commissioned by 1978 1 Miura (training cutter) (Miura). 3000+ tons, 115 meters. Commissioned by 1998 1 Nojima (Oki). 800+ tons, 85 meters. Commissioned by 1989 7 Tsugaru (Tsugaru, Oosumi, Hayato, Zao, Chikuzen, Settsu, Echigo). 3300+ tons, 105+ meters. Commissioned by 1979/1990. 2 or 3 Hida (Hida, Akaishi). 1800 tons, 95 meters. Commissioned by 2006+ 4 Hakata (Hakata, Dejima, Satsuma, Motoru). 1400/1900 tons, 93+ meters. Commissioned by 1998/2000. 3 Ojika (Erimo, Kudaka, Yahiko). 1200/1800 tons, 91+ meters. Commissioned by 1991/1995. Mid Shore Patrol Vessels (Large) 22 to 26 Shiretoko (Shiretoko, Esan, Wakasa, Shimanto, Rishiri, Matsushima, Iwaki, Shikine, Suruga, Rebun, Chokai, Nojima, Tosa, Noto, Iwami, Shimokita, Suzuka, Kunisaki, Amagi, Goto, Koshiki, Hateruma, Katori, Kunigami, Etomo, Yonakumi). 960+ tons, 77 meters. Commissioned by 1978/1982 3 Aso (Aso, Dewa, Hakusan). 770 tons, 79 meters. Commissioned by 2005/2006 14 Teshio (Natsui, Kitakami, Echizen, Tokachi, Hitachi, Okitsu, Isazu, Chitose, Kuwano, Sorachi, Yubari, Motoura, Kano, Sendai). 550 tons, 67 meters. Commissioned by 1980/1988 2 Takatori (Takatori, Kumano). 470+ tons, 45+ meters. Commissioned by 1978/1979 15 to 17 Bihoro (Bihoro, Kuma, Ishikari, Abakuma, Isuzu, Kikuchi, Kuzuryu, Horobetsu, Shirakami, Matsuura, Tone Misasa, Kurobe, Chikugo, Yamakuni, Katsura, Oyodo). 500/600 tons, 63+ meters. Commissioned by 1974/1978. 4 Amani (Amani, Kurakami, Kunashiri, Minabe). 230/350 tons, 56 meters. Commissioned by 1992/1998 3 Tokara (Tokara, Fukue, Oirase). 330 tons, 56 meters. Commissioned by 2003/2004. 1 Teshio (Ice-Breaker) (Teshio). 550+ tons, 54+ meters. Commissioned by 1995 +/- 27 Mid-Shore Patrol Vessels (PS-Type) 6 Tsurugi (Tsurugi, Hotaka, Norikura, Kaimon, Asama, Houo). 220 tons, 50 meters. Commissioned by 2001/2005. 12 Mihashi (Shinzan, Saroma, Inasa, Kirishima, Kamui, Banna, Ashitaki, Kariba, Arase, Sanbe, Mizuki, Koya). 180 tons, 46 meters. Commissioned by 1988/2004. 2 Takatsuki (Takatsuki, Nobaru). 130 tons, 35 meters. Commissioned by 1992/1993. 7 Akagi (Akagi, Tsukuba, Kongo, Katsuragai, Bizan, Shizuki, Takashio). 100+ tons, 35 meters. Commissioned by 1980/1988. +/- 61 "Large" In-Shore Patrol Vessels (PC-Type) 4 Yodo (firefighting crafts) (Yodo, Kotobiki, Nachi, Nunobiki). 130+ tons, 37 meters. Commissioned by 2002/2003 3 Kagayuki (Hamayuki, Murakumo, Izunami). 100 tons, 32 meters. Commissioned by 1999/2003. 1 Matsunami (Matsunami). 160+ tons, 38 meters. Commissioned by 1995. 4 Asogiri (Asogiri, Murozuki, Wakagumo, Naozuku). 100 tons, 33 meters. Commissioned by 1994/1997. 15 Hayanami (Hayanami, Setogiri, Mizunami, Ionami, Kurinami, Hamanami, Shinonome, Haruname, Kiyozuki, Ayanami, Tokinami, Hamagumo, Awanami, Uranami, Shikinami). 110+ tons, 35 meters. Commissioned by 1993/2000. 20 Murakomo (Kitagumo, Yukigumo, Hayagumo, Akigumo, Yaegumo, Natsugumo, Kawagiri, Bizan, Natsuzuki, Miyazuki, Nijigumo, Tatsugumo, Iseyuki, Isonami, Nagozuki, Yaezuki, Yamayuki, Komayuki, Asagiri, Umigiri). 100+ tons, 31 meters. Commissioned by 1978/1983. 2 Natsugiri (Natsugiri, Suganami). 55 tons, 27 meters. Commissioned by 1990. 3 Shimagiri (Shimagiri, Okinami, Hayagiri). 40+ tons, 23 meters. Commissioned by 1984/1985 9 Akizuki (Urayuki, Hatagumo, Makigumo, Hamazuki, Isozuki, Shimanami, Yuzuki, Tamanami, Awagiri). 80/100+ tons, 26 meters. Commissioned by 1975/1982. +/- 170 In Shore Patrol Vessels (CL-Type) 124 Suzukaze (Suzukaze, Asakaze, Sugikaze, Fujikaze, Miyakaze, Hibakaze, Satakaze, Tomakaze, Yurikaze, Fusakaze, Umekaze, Shigikaze, Uzukaze, Akikaze, Kurekaze, Mojikaze, Sodekaze, Kinukaze, Mayakaze, Setokaze, Makikaze, Himekaze, Kugakaze, Kamikaze, Umikaze, Kirikaze, Hakaze, Shachikaze, Isekaze, Nijikaze, Kishikaze, Kikukaze, Otokaze, Hirokaze, Ashikaze, Toyokaze, Satsukaze, Shiokaze, Awakaze, Hamakaze, Miokaze, Tomkaze, Kibikaze, Nachikaze, Hatakaze, Sekikaze, Terukaze, Shimakaze, Sasakaze, Kiikaze, Ikikaze, Minekaze, Torikaze, Amakaze, Aokaze, Kunikaze, Tachikaze, Deigo, Yuna, Adan, Kijikaze, Hatsukaze, Yurakaze, Hinokaze, Tosatsubaki, Mutsukaze, Tonekaze, Shizukaze, Komakaze, Yukikaze, Nakakaze, Kawakaze, Kiyokaze, Hikokaze, Ozakaze, Wakakaze, Ikekaze, Nomokaze, Yumikaze, Kumakaze, Harukaze, Hoshikaze, Oitsukaze, Kochikaze, Hamanasu, Akashia, Tosamizuki, Okokaze, Sachikaze, Ogikaze, Natsuzaze, Sawakaze, Beninana, Yamazakura, Kaido, Sazanka, Aoi, Suisen, Yaezakura, Yanakaze, Yukitsubaki, Washikaze, Nogekaze, Imakaze, Komakusa, Shiragiku, Katsukaze, Satsuke, Yaguruma, Murokaze, Fuyo, Tsubaki, Higokaze, Shirahagi, Ashibi, Suiren, Kobai, Yamayuri, Kurikaze, Sorakaze, Murakaze, Aikaze, Ayame). 20 tons, 20 meters. Commissioned by 1992/2002. 4 Isokaze (Isokaze, Hayakaze, Nadakaze, Kotokaze). 18+ tons, 18 meters. Commissioned by 1989/1991. 42 Yamayuri (Miyagiku, Suzuran, Isogiku, Isegiko, Ahsai, Hazakura, Hinagiku, Hamagiku, Tsutsuji, Satozakura, Ezogiku, Hayagiku, Kozakura, Shirane, Sarubia, Hatsugiku, Hamayura, Airisu, Yamabuki, Shirayuri, Karatachi, Hamayuu, Sasayuri, Kosumosu, Takagiku, Yamahagi, Mokuren, Isofuji, Tamatsubaki, Yodoki, Iozakura, Himetsubaki, Tokikusa, Mutsugiku, Terugiko, Mayazakura, Yamagiko, Tobiume, Kotozakura, Monigiku, Kuroyuri, Chiyogiku). 30 tons, 18 meters. Commissioned by 1979/1988. 4 FM-Type Uncertain data ? Aircrafts - 2 Falcon 900 (Maritime Patrol) - 2 SAAB-340B (SAR) - 10 LR-2 Beech 350 Super King Air (Transport) - 3 to 5 Beech 200T (Maritime Patrol) - 2 or 3 Gulfstream V (Transport/Maritime Patrol/VIP) - 1 Cessna U-206G Stationair (Utility) - 5 NAMC YS-11A (Utility) Helicopters - 4 AS-332L1 Super Puma (SAR) - 4 Bell 206B JetRanger II (Utility) - 21 to 26 ? Bell 212 Twin Huey (Transport/Utility) - 8 Bell 412 Twin Huey (Utility) - 3 S-76C (Utility) or 3 AW-139 ? CL125 Shirahagi CL125 Shirahagi DATA ¦ Length: 20m ¦ Gross tonnage: 26 tons ¦ commissioned: FY 2001 For more than seven hours, was followed thoroughly poaching suspect vessels patrol boat Shirahagi (Shiogama Coast Guard affiliation) is a state-of-the-art ship that was commissioned in fiscal 2001. Coast Guard officer with a high capacity of investigation and forensic skills excellent crew, and is also compatible with various incidents, including poaching offenses frequently. We are also active in salvage as well as incident investigation, or to tow the pleasure boat failed, and called out to the crash salvage. PL31 Izu PL31 Izu DATA ¦ Length: 110m ¦ Gross Tonnage: 3500 tons ¦ commissioned: fiscal year 1997 The importance of support from the sea has been re-recognized in the Great Hanshin Earthquake of 1995. Taking advantage of this valuable lesson, patrol boat Izu (Yokohama Coast Guard affiliation) was built as a disaster response type. Emergency Response Headquarters function, (lunch available to about 200 people) medical care, accommodation and living aids, disaster victims and disaster prevention materials and equipment transport function (about 1,500 transportable victims), diving support functions (Jiko-shiki underwater camera) , has been enhanced (helicopter is possible arrival of a vessel flight deck), such as, the various functions required in the event of a disaster helicopter support functions. It has been active in Japan while you are taking advantage of its full functionality in the event of a disaster earthquake, and volcano. Also in Earthquake in the northern part of Miyagi Prefecture in July 2003, received a request from Miyagi Prefecture, the relief goods exports I was hit in the mission of feeding. PLH31 Shikishima PLH31 Shikishima DATA ¦ length: about 150m ¦ Gross Tonnage: 6,500 tons ¦ commissioned: FY 1992 Patrol boat Shikishima (Yokohama Coast Guard affiliation) is a patrol boat largest Coast Guard. I make use of cruising performance, and the like equipment that, over the November 1992 to January 1993, (about 20,000 sea miles Total rhumb: about 30 007 thousand km) plutonium sea transport from France has been hit the escort of . In addition, in September 2003, the sea, which in the context of "the Proliferation Security Initiative" that Japan is promoting along with the countries concerned for the diffusion prevention of weapons of mass destruction, etc. (PSI), was conducted in off the coast of Australia participation on the basis of the government policy interdiction exercise in the "Pacific Protector '03", conducted a separate braking-site inspection of suspect vessels along with the forces of the United States, Australia, France, and received high praise from the countries concerned. PS201 sword PS201 sword DATA ¦ Length: 50m ¦ Gross tonnage: 220 tons ¦ commissioned: FY 2000 Patrol vessel sword (Niigata Coast Guard affiliation), was built for the purpose of responding to suspicious boats cases. In order to capture the suspicious ship, sword is a high-speed special guard ship as it has enough range and high-speed performance, with the necessary equipment, such as 20 mm cannon that can be remotely operated. In addition, at the time of entry into port of Niigata in 2003 of "Mankei-ho 92" issue, I was hit in the security implementation. HL01 Akihiro HL01 Akihiro DATA ¦ Length: 98m ¦ Gross Tonnage: 3,000 tons ¦ commissioned: fiscal year 1997 Are engaged in research mainly continental shelf, survey vessel Akihiro is a marine research ship of the world's leading. (One lap about 50 007 thousand km Earth about 40,000 km) was cruising the distance of more than 31,000 nautical miles in 2003. In addition it is possible to precisely study the topography of the seabed of the "multi-beam echo sounder", it is equipped with the observation state-of-the-art equipment of many. It is necessary to scrutiny, sailing for a long time and slow as possible, it is the only electric propulsion system in the Japan Coast Guard is one of the great features. Equipped boat sunfish II is capable of surveying in unattended by remote control. As a result, the survey becomes possible even in dangerous waters, capable of causing the eruption of undersea volcano, thereby helping to ensure the safety of maritime traffic. In addition, I was awarded Ship of the Year the ('98) for the first time as a ship of government. Patrol boat boat is a backbone of the Japan Coast Guard in conducting business. The Japan Coast Guard, terrorism, including dealing with smuggling-related offenses, smuggling and related offenses of drug, firearms threaten safety and peace of mind of the people, to respond to the revised SOLAS Convention, in order to perform accurately the suspicious vessel measures, etc., at sea You are that enhanced monitoring capabilities and ability to cope, to strengthen such as information gathering and analysis capabilities. In order to enhance the ability to respond to incidents like this, fiscal 2004, as it as a new content, put in place as an alternative to conventional ship (2007 fiscal commission plan) one ship helicopter deck with high-speed, high-function large patrol boat There are. Helicopter deck with high-speed, high-function large patrol boat Helicopter deck with high-speed, high-function large patrol boat As a continuation minute addition to this, -Two ships helicopter deck with high-speed, high-function large patrol boat (2006 fiscal commission plan) (18 year two ships in fiscal 2004 and one ship, 2011) high-speed, high-function large patrol boat • 1 high-speed vessels special guard ship (2004 fiscal commission plan) You are putting in place a. Dick Samuels “New Fighting Power!” Japan’s Growing Maritime Capabilities and East Asian Security, International Security, Vol 32, No.3, (Winter 2007/8) pp. 84-112). http://japanspacepolicy.com/category/nids/ Patrol boat [Shikine] is commissioned in October 2009 as the sixth ship of the type [Hateruma], Third District (Yokohama) Been deployed. [Type Hateruma] are deployed to West Provinces only until then, otherwise Will be deployed for the first time in the province. As the ship, and four diesel engines Of having the power and speed of 30 knots by the water jet, the ability of the mother to the patrol boats is characterized. - Unique and elegant, flowing form a high-speed boat front all the structures is inclined, the largest kit Reproduce the water is characterized by four jet engines. - / PL-67 ship isomorphism: Amagi, PL-68: Suzuka, PL-69: Type helicopter-mounted patrol boat [one wants] is, by helicopter with the hull of large highly Aero, Has made it possible to be responsible for much wider area than before. Ship No. 6 [Settsu] is commissioned in September 1984, and is currently active in the Coast Guard Kobe. - PLH-06 ship with decal included isomorphism, JP04 J57: Ryukyu: PLH-09 Echigo: PLH-08 Chikuzen Daisen can be produced: PLH-10 [J57 Settsu Coast Guard patrol boat PLH-07 [1/700]] - Plastic model assembly kit - To those who want to manufacture all stuck with assembly and painting is recommended here. - More convenient in order to paint the hull, parts are molded in white. - The kit has been accurately reproduced the surface lattice mast 4. - Selection formula / offshore model Forouhar

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    By 2003 the Japan Coast Guard planned to build 11 high-speed patrol vessels that authorities hope would give the force more muscle to hunt down unidentified ships operating off the nation’s coasts, officials said Wednesday. The coast guard sought around 10 billion yen from the fiscal 2003 budget to start building the vessels, which would take four years to complete. At the heart of the buildup program are three 1,800-ton-class, high-speed, high-performance patrol vessels that would be equipped with 40-mm canons that officials say can accurately hit moving targets. Each vessel will also feature a helipad and updated equipment to detect ship movements at night. Measuring 95 meters in length, the new vessels would be able to cruise at more than 30 knots. The 40-mm canons would allow coast guard boats to hit but still be outside the range of ships such as the suspected North Korean spy vessel that sank in the East China Sea in December following a shootout with Japan Coast Guard vessels. The coast guard also plans to build three 770-ton high-speed patrol ships and five special-duty patrol boats that can cruise faster than 40 knots. It currently has four such special-duty patrol boats. Japan (CG) TBA PL ... 92M Del 2014 Japan (CG) TBA PL ... 92M Del 2014 Japan (CG) TBA PL ... 92M Del 2014 Japan (CG) TBA PL ... 92M Del 2014 Japan (CG) TBA PL ... 92M Del 2014 Japan (CG) TBA PL ... 92M Del 2014 Japan (CG) Okushiri PM 39 Del 2013 Japan (CG) TBA PM 40 Del 2013 Tsugaru (PLH-02) 2000 (1800) tonne Hida class patrol vessel 1300 (1000) tonne Hateruna class patrol vessel programme 1000 (770) tonne Aso class patrol vessel 350 tonne patrol boat 180 tonne patrol boat Tsurugi class patrol boat

    http://www.scramble.nl/orbats/japan/coastguard http://www.os-dream.com/jcg/p_plh.html http://www.kaiho.mlit.go.jp/info/books/report2004/sentei/index.html http://www.japanupdate.com/2013/02/senkaku-unrest-spurs-new-coast-guard-unit/ http://www.j-hangarspace.jp/japan-coast-guard-order-of-battle http://chuckhillscgblog.net/tag/opc/ the China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), one of the country’s two shipbuilding giants, as saying that the company’s subsidiary Shanghai Marine Equipment Research Institute, or 704 Institute, had signed a 280 million yuan (HK$356 million) contract with related authorities late last year. The contract would include a 10,000-tonne patrol ship and a 4,000-tonne marine surveillance vessel, according to reports. But there was no detail on whether the new giant vessel would be equipped with remote weapon systems similar to Japan Coast Guard’s “Shikishima” (PLH 31), which is currently the largest patrol vessel in the world. The 704 research institution had spent more than a year researching and developing a new 10,000-tonne vessel, with the experimental simulation of the building of a clutch rack for the giant ship completed recently. To create the fleet of 12 cutters, sources said the government would include a request in the supplementary budget to be submitted for the current fiscal year seeking to construct six cutters in the 1,000-ton class. Plans called for launching those cutters by fiscal 2015. In line with the launching of the 6,500-ton Akitsushima cutter this autumn, there were also plans to decommission two 3,000-ton cutters. Instead, those two cutters will be retrofitted to increase their maximum speed so they are capable of responding to intrusions into Japanese territorial waters by ships belonging to the Chinese government, which also has territorial claims over the islands it refers to as the Diaoyu Islands. Although cutters are normally in service for about 25 years, the overhaul will allow the coast guard to use those old cutters for an additional 15 years.

    http://www.warbirds.jp/kiyochan/kansoza01.html http://www.kaiho.mlit.go.jp/gallery/ship/ As of March 5th 2013, it was reported that the Japanese government were considering the transfer of four small destroyers [frigates] (later confirmed to be of the Hatsuyuki class) from the MSDF to the JCG, in light of the extreme strains on the latter's resources due to current events. Of the four, one had already been decommissioned (in March 2013), with the other three to decommission over the course of FY2013. If the transfer goes ahead, the four vessels will likely be modified to JCG requirements (e.g. removal of the Harpoon launchers) and redesignated as PLHs.

    COUNTRY;CLASS;PLANNED;NAME;NO;TYPE NO (Russia);BUILDERS;LAID DOWN;LAUNCHED;COMMISSIONED;RECOMMISSIONED;DIMENSIONS, FEET (METRES);DISPLACEMENT, TONS;SPEED, KNOTS Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shikishima class (PLH/PSOH);;SHIKISHIMA;PLH 31;;Ishikawajima Harima, Tokyo;24 Aug 1990;27 June 1991;8 Apr 1992;;492.1 ? 54.1 ? 29.5 (150 ? 16.5 ? 9.0);"6,500 standard; 9,350 full load";25 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Mizuho class (PLH/PSOH);;MIZUHO;PLH 21;;Mitsubishi, Nagasaki;;5 June 1985;19 Mar 1986;;426.5 ? 50.9 ? 17.7 (130 ? 15.5 ? 5.4);"4,900 standard; 5,204 full load";23 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Mizuho class (PLH/PSOH);;YASHIMA;PLH 22;;Nippon Koukan, Tsurumi;;20 Jan 1988;1 Dec 1988;;426.5 ? 50.9 ? 17.7 (130 ? 15.5 ? 5.4);"4,900 standard; 5,204 full load";23 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;SOYA;PLH 01;;Nippon Kokan, Tsurumi;;;22 Nov 1978;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;TSUGARU;PLH 02;;IHI, Tokyo;;;17 Apr 1979;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;OOSUMI;PLH 03;;Mitsui Tamano;;;18 Oct 1979;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;HAYATO;PLH 04;;Hitachi, Maizuru;;;5 Mar 1980;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;ZAO;PLH 05;;Mitsubishi, Nagasaki;;;19 Mar 1982;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;CHIKUZEN;PLH 06;;Kawasaki, Kobe;;;28 Sep 1983;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;SETTSU;PLH 07;;Sumitomo, Oppama;;;27 Sep 1984;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;ECHIGO;PLH 08;;Mitsui Tamano;;;28 Feb 1990;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;RYUKYU;PLH 09;;Mitsubishi, Nagasaki;;;31 Mar 2000;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;Soya class (PLH/PSOH);;DAISEN;PLH 10;;Nippon Kokan, Tsurumi;;;1 Oct 2001;;323.4 ? 51.2 ? 17.1 (98.6 ? 15.6 ? 5.2) (PLH 01) 345.8 ? 47.9 ? 15.7 (105.4 ? 14.6 ? 4.8);"3,200 normal; 4,037 full load";"21 (PLH 01); 22 (others)" Large patrol vessels;Japan;IZU class (PL/PSOH);;IZU;PL 31;;Kawasaki, Sakaide;;7 Feb 1997;25 Sep 1997;;360.9 ? 49.2 ? 17.4 (110 ? 15 ? 5.3);3,500 normal;20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Miura class (PL/PSOH);;MIURA;PL 22;;Sumitomo, Uraga;;11 Mar 1998;28 Oct 1998;;377.3 ? 45.9 ? 15.7 (115 ? 14 ? 4.8);3,000 normal;18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Kojima class (PL/PSOH);;KOJIMA;PL 21;;Hitachi, Maizuru;;;11 Mar 1993;;377.3 ? 45.9 ? 23.9 (115 ? 14 ? 7.3);"2,650 normal; 2,950 full load";18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Nojima class (PL/PSOH);;OKI;PL 01;;Ishikawajima Harima, Tokyo;;;21 Sep 1989;;285.4 ? 34.4 ? 11.5 (87 ? 10.5 ? 3.5);1,500 normal;19 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;SHIRETOKO;PL 101;;Mitsui Tamano;;;8 Nov 1978;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;ESAN;PL 102;;Sumitomo;;;16 Nov 1978;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;WAKASA;PL 103;;Kawasaki, Kobe;;;29 Nov 1978;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;KII;PL 104;;Mitsubishi, Shimonoseki;;;16 Nov 1978;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;MATSUSHIMA;PL 107;;Tohoku;;;14 Sep 1979;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;SHIKINE;PL 109;;Usuki;;;20 Sep 1979;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;SURUGA;PL 110;;Kurushima;;;28 Sep 1979;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;REBUN;PL 111;;Narasaki;;;21 Nov 1979;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;TOSA;PL 114;;Tsuneishi;;;16 Nov 1979;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;NOTO;PL 115;;Miho;;;30 Nov 1979;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;IWAMI;PL 117;;Hakodate;;;31 Jan 1980;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;SHIMOKITA;PL 118;;Ishikawajima, Kakoki;;;12 Mar 1980;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;SUZUKA;PL 119;;Kanazashi;;;7 Mar 1980;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;KUNISAKI;PL 120;;Kouyo;;;29 Feb 1980;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;GOTO;PL 122;;Onomichi;;;29 Feb 1980;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;KOSHIKI;PL 123;;Kasado;;;25 Jan 1980;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;KATORI;PL 125;;Tohoku;;;21 Oct 1980;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;KUNIGAMI;PL 126;;Kanda;;;17 Oct 1980;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;ETOMO;PL 127;;Naikai;;;17 Mar 1982;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Shiretoko class (PL/PSO);;YONAKUNI;PL 128;;Shiikoku;;;12 Mar 1982;;255.8 ? 31.5 ? 10.5 (78 ? 9.6 ? 3.2);"974 normal; 1,360 full load";20 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Ojika class (PL/PSOH);;ERIMO;PL 02;;Mitsui, Tamano;;23 Apr 1991;31 Oct 1991;;299.9 ? 36.1 ? 11.5 (91.4 ? 11 ? 3.5);1,883 normal;18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Ojika class (PL/PSOH);;KUDAKA;PL 03;;Hakodate Dock;;10 May 1994;25 Oct 1994;;299.9 ? 36.1 ? 11.5 (91.4 ? 11 ? 3.5);1,883 normal;18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Ojika class (PL/PSOH);;YAHIKO;PL 04;;Sumitomo, Uraga;;3 June 1995;26 Oct 1995;;299.9 ? 36.1 ? 11.5 (91.4 ? 11 ? 3.5);1,883 normal;18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Ojika class (PL/PSOH);;HAKATA;PL 05;;Ishikawajima, Tokyo;;6 July 1998;26 Nov 1998;;299.9 ? 36.1 ? 11.5 (91.4 ? 11 ? 3.5);1,883 normal;18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Ojika class (PL/PSOH);;KURIKOMA;PL 06;;Mitsui, Tamano;;28 June 1999;29 Oct 1999;;299.9 ? 36.1 ? 11.5 (91.4 ? 11 ? 3.5);1,883 normal;18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Ojika class (PL/PSOH);;SATAUMA;PL 07;;Kawasaki, Kobe;;3 June 1999;29 Oct 1999;;299.9 ? 36.1 ? 11.5 (91.4 ? 11 ? 3.5);1,883 normal;18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Ojika class (PL/PSOH);;MOTOBU;PL 08;;Sasebo Heavy Industries;;5 June 2000;31 Oct 2000;;299.9 ? 36.1 ? 11.5 (91.4 ? 11 ? 3.5);1,883 normal;18 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Hida class (PL/PSO);;HIDA;PL 51;;Mitsubishi, Shimonoseki;;9 Aug 2005;18 Apr 2006;;362.6 ? 42.7 ? 19.7 (95.0 ? 13.0 ? 6.0);1,800 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Hida class (PL/PSO);;AKAISHI;PL 52;;Mitsubishi, Shimonoseki;;21 Oct 2005;18 Apr 2006;;362.6 ? 42.7 ? 19.7 (95.0 ? 13.0 ? 6.0);1,800 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Hida class (PL/PSO);;KISO;PL 53;;IHI Marine United, Yokohama;;17 Aug 2007;11 Mar 2008;;362.6 ? 42.7 ? 19.7 (95.0 ? 13.0 ? 6.0);1,800 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;ASO class (PL/PSO);;ASO;PL 41;;Mitsubishi, Shimonseki;18 Dec 2003;28 Oct 2004;15 Mar 2005;;259.2 ? 32.8 ? 19.7 (79.0 ? 10.0 ? 6.0);770 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;ASO class (PL/PSO);;DEWA;PL 42;;Universal, Keihin;5 Apr 2004;9 May 2005;12 Apr 2006;;259.2 ? 32.8 ? 19.7 (79.0 ? 10.0 ? 6.0);770 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;ASO class (PL/PSO);;HAKUSAN;PL 43;;Universal, Keihin;5 Apr 2004;5 Oct 2005;12 Apr 2006;;259.2 ? 32.8 ? 19.7 (79.0 ? 10.0 ? 6.0);770 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Hateruma class (PL/PSO);4 (building);HATERUMA;PL 61;;Mitsui, Tamano;7 Feb 2007;10 Aug 2007;31 Mar 2008;;292.0 ? 36.1 ? 16.4 (89.0 ? 11.0 ? 5.0);1,300 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Hateruma class (PL/PSO);;;PL 62;;-;2007;2008;Mar 2009;;292.0 ? 36.1 ? 16.4 (89.0 ? 11.0 ? 5.0);1,300 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Hateruma class (PL/PSO);;;PL 63;;-;2007;2008;Mar 2009;;292.0 ? 36.1 ? 16.4 (89.0 ? 11.0 ? 5.0);1,300 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Hateruma class (PL/PSO);;;PL 64;;-;2007;2008;Mar 2009;;292.0 ? 36.1 ? 16.4 (89.0 ? 11.0 ? 5.0);1,300 standard;30 Large patrol vessels;Japan;Hateruma class (PL/PSO);;;PL 65;;-;2007;2008;Mar 2009;;292.0 ? 36.1 ? 16.4 (89.0 ? 11.0 ? 5.0);1,300 standard;30 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;NATSUI;PM 01;;Shikoku;;;30 Sep 1980;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;KITAKAMI;PM 02;;Naikai;;;29 Aug 1980;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;BIHORO;PM 03;;Usuki;;;30 Sep 1980;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;TOKACHI;PM 04;;Narazaki;;;24 Mar 1981;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;HITACHI;PM 05;;Tohoku;;;19 Mar 1981;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;OKITSU;PM 06;;Usuki;;;17 Mar 1981;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;ISAZU;PM 07;;Naikai;;;18 Feb 1982;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;CHITOSE;PM 08;;Shikoku;;;15 Mar 1983;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;KUWANO;PM 09;;Naikai;;;10 Mar 1983;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;SORACHI;PM 10;;Tohoku;;;30 Aug 1984;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;YUBARI;PM 11;;Usuki;;;28 Nov 1985;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;MOTOURA;PM 12;;Shikoku;;;21 Nov 1986;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;KANO;PM 13;;Naikai;;;13 Nov 1986;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (PM/PSO);;SENDAI;PM 14;;Shikoku;;;1 June 1988;;222.4 ? 25.9 ? 6.6 (67.8 ? 7.9 ? 2.7);"630 normal; 670 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Takatori class (PM/PBO);;TAKATORI;PM 89;;Naikai;;;24 Mar 1978;;152.5 ? 30.2 ? 9.3 (46.5 ? 9.2 ? 2.9);634 normal;15 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Takatori class (PM/PBO);;KUMANO;PM 94;;Namura;;;23 Feb 1979;;152.5 ? 30.2 ? 9.3 (46.5 ? 9.2 ? 2.9);634 normal;15 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;ISHIKARI;PM 78;;Tohoku;;;13 Mar 1976;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;ABUKUMA;PM 79;;Tohoku;;;30 Jan 1976;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;ISUZU;PM 80;;Naikai;;;10 Mar 1976;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;KIKUCHI;PM 81;;Usuki;;;6 Feb 1976;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;HOROBETSU;PM 83;;Tohoku;;;27 Jan 1977;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;SHIRAKAMI;PM 84;;Tohoku;;;24 Mar 1977;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;MATSUURA;PM 85;;Naikai;;;30 Nov 1976;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;MISASA;PM 87;;Usuki;;;28 Jan 1977;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;NATORI;PM 88;;Shikoku;;;15 Feb 1977;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;CHIKUGO;PM 90;;Naikai;;;27 Jan 1978;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;YAMAKUNI;PM 91;;Usuki;;;26 Jan 1978;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Bihoro class (350-M4 Type) (PM/PSO);;KATSURA;PM 92;;Shikoku;;;15 Feb 1978;;208 ? 25.6 ? 8.3 (63.4 ? 7.8 ? 2.5);"615 normal; 636 full load";18 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Amami class (PM/PBO);;AMAMI;PM 95;;Hitachi, Kanagawa;;;28 Sep 1992;;183.7 ? 24.6 ? 6.6 (56 ? 7.5 ? 2);230 normal;25 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Amami class (PM/PBO);;KUROKAMI;PM 96;;Hitachi, Kanagawa;;;24 Nov 1995;;183.7 ? 24.6 ? 6.6 (56 ? 7.5 ? 2);230 normal;25 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Amami class (PM/PBO);;KUNASHIRI;PM 97;;Mitsubishi, Shimonoseki;;;26 Aug 1998;;183.7 ? 24.6 ? 6.6 (56 ? 7.5 ? 2);230 normal;25 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Amami class (PM/PBO);;MINABE;PM 98;;Mitsubishi, Shimonoseki;;;26 Aug 1998;;183.7 ? 24.6 ? 6.6 (56 ? 7.5 ? 2);230 normal;25 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Teshio class (ICEBREAKER) (PM/AGOB);;TESHIO;PM 15;;Nippon Koukan, Tsurumi;;;19 Oct 1995;;180.4 ? 34.8 ? 12.8 (55 ? 10.6 ? 3.9);550 normal;14.5 Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);6 (building);TOKARA;PM 21;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;12 Mar 2003;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;FUKUE;PM 22;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;12 Mar 2003;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;OIRASE;PM 23;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;18 Mar 2004;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;FUJI;PM 24;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;30 Apr 2008;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;ECHIZEN;PM 25;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;30 Apr 2008;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;;PM 26;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;Mar 2009;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;;PM 27;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;June 2009;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;;PM 28;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;June 2009;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;;PM 29;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;June 2009;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;;PM 30;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;Mar 2010;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;;PM 31;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;Mar 2010;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+ Medium patrol vessels;Japan;Tokara class (PM/PBO);;;PM 32;;Universal, Keihin (Tsurumi);;;Mar 2010;;183.8 ? 32.4 ? 14.4 (56.0 ? 8.5 ? 4.4);335 standard;30+



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