German Navy's Brandenburg class frigate Schleswig Holstein visits Denmark

According to a tweet published by Morten Bodskov on June 22, 2022, the German Navy's Brandenburg-class frigate Schleswig-Holstein visits Nordre Toldbod in Denmark.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Brandenburg class frigate Schleswig Holstein, Denmark. (Picture source: Morten Bodskov)

Schleswig-Holstein is a Brandenburg-class frigate of the German Navy. She was laid in 1993 at the yards of Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, Kiel, and launched in June 1994.

The F123 Brandenburg class is a class of German frigate. The ships primarily carry out anti-submarine warfare (ASW), but they also contribute to local anti-aircraft defenses, the tactical command of squadrons, and surface-to-surface warfare operations.

The frigates are 138.85 meters (455.5 ft) long, have a maximum draught of 6.3 meters (21 ft) and a beam of 16.7 meters (55 ft). A CODOG propulsion system is used, combining two MTU diesel engines and two General Electric LM2500 gas turbines for a total installed power of 38 MW. The ship achieves a maximum speed of more than 29 knots (54 km/h; 33 mph).

The radar suite consists of Thales Nederland 2D air search (LW 08), 3D multi-function (SMART-S), and two STIR 180 fire control radars in addition to two Raytheon navigation radars.

The primary anti-submarine weapons are Mark 46 torpedoes carried by the Sea Lynx helicopters stationed on board the frigates. The torpedoes can also be launched from two twin launchers located behind the ships' funnels.