Chinese Coast Guard commissions patrol ship Haixun 06

According to information published by Global Times on July 13, 2022, the Haixun 06, the first large vessel designated to patrol and provide services in the Taiwan Straits, was officially assigned to the Fujian Maritime Safety Administration.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Commissioning ceremony of the Chinese patrol ship Haixun 06 (Picture source: Zhang Meifant)

The vessel has a length of 128 meters, a width of 16 meters, and a depth of 7.9 meters deep.  She displaces 6,600 tons with a full load and a cruising range of 10,000 nautical miles, she can carry up a top speed of 23 knots.

The ship can sail at sea for 60 days without external refueling and is capable of reaching all the seas of the world except the North and South poles.

The Haixun 06 is equipped with BeiDou satellite navigation system, GPS, and multi-satellite link satellite communication equipment. The vessel can be used as an independent and mobile maritime administrative law enforcement unit to conduct maritime inspections and supervision and deal with maritime traffic accidents.

It can also work with communication command vehicles, maritime patrol vehicles, other law enforcement vessels, helicopters, drones, VTS (vessel traffic services), and AIS (automatic identification systems), which is an important part of building a comprehensive supervision and response system, media reported.

The Haixun 06 is capable of searching and rescuing ships and people in distress at sea, as well as responding to ship collisions, fires, pollution, loss of control, reefs, and other dangerous accidents.