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MOU HSING (105) class

Country of Origin: Taiwan

ship list


 Name          Pendant No.   Launched        Commissioned     Status

 MOU HSING     105           Feb. 13, 1988   June 14, 1988    Active
 FU HSING      106           Feb. 13, 1988   June 14, 1988    Active


These Dutch-built vessels were originally ordered for the Customs Service in September 1986. Taken over by the coast guard in January 2000. .


Both ships are active in the coast guard.


 Wilton-Fijenoord, Schiedam, Netherlands

users platforms


 Displacement:       700 tons standard
                     917 tons full load
      length         216 ft 9 in (66.1 m) overall
      beam            31 ft 5 in ( 9.6 m)
      draft           10 ft 6 in ( 3.2 m) maximum
 Propulsion:         3 MTU type 16V538 TB93 diesels; 13,200 total
                       bhp; 3 shafts
      speed          28 knots
      range          4,500 nm at 12 knots
 Manning:            54 total
 Combat Systems:
      guns           2 12.7 mm machine guns
      radars         2 navigation

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