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SALAMIS (P-01) class

Country of Origin: Cyprus

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 1 COASTAL PATROL CRAFT (French 32L design)

 Name       Pendant    Completed    Commissioned    Status
 SALAMIS    P-01       1982         May 24, 1983    Active


This French-built coastal patrol craft has a mahogany hull protected with epoxy resin; the superstructure is constructed of marine plywood. The deckhouse has forward sloping windows, and there is lattice mast stepped abaft the open bridge.




 Chantiers Navals de l'Esterel, Cannes, France

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 Displacement:       98 tons full load
      length         105 ft 3 in (32.1 m) overall
      beam            21 ft 2 in ( 6.5 m)
      draft            6 ft 2 in ( 1.9 m) maximum
 Propulsion:         2 SACM type 195 CZSHRY diesels; 4,680
                       total bhp; 2 shafts
      speed          32 knots
      range          1,500 nm at 15 kts
 Manning:            22 total
 Combat Systems:
      SAM            2 twin MATRA Simbaud launchers [unknown no.
                       Mistral missiles carried]
      guns           1 40-mm/70 cal. OTO/Melera Bofors AA
                     1 20-mm/90 cal. Rheinmetall AA
                     2 12.7-mm machine guns
      radar          1 Rascal-Decca 1226 navigation

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