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Re: Marinha do Canadá
« Responder #15 em: Setembro 12, 2015, 07:16:48 pm »
Ainda ficamos com este quando os canecos receberem os AOR novos daqui a 5 anos  :mrgreen:

L-3 MAPPS Selected by Chantier Davie Canada and Project Resolve for the
Royal Canadian Navy’s Interim Auxiliary Oil Replenishment (iAOR) Provision of Service


http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3089

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L-3 MAPPS announced today that Chantier Davie Canada Inc. and Project Resolve Inc. have selected its Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) for the conversion of the container vessel M.V. Asterix into an Auxiliary Oil Replenishment (AOR) ship for the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) interim supply ship capability.

“L-3 MAPPS is a recognized world leader in automation for naval vessels built to commercial marine as well as military standards and has extensive experience in ship upgrades for customers worldwide,” said Rangesh Kasturi, president of L-3 MAPPS. “We are pleased to be chosen by Chantier Davie and Project Resolve for this innovative project to support the RCN’s urgent requirements and we look forward to the implementation contract being finalized shortly. We have been very impressed with the ‘Team Canada’ approach for the project and are looking forward to making our contribution.”

“Project Resolve will provide the RCN with a critically important replenishment at-sea capability,” said Spencer Fraser, chief executive officer of Project Resolve Inc. “We are extremely proud to have assembled a pan-Canadian supply chain that will feature ‘best-of-breed’ naval technologies developed and produced here at home by Canadian personnel. L-3 MAPPS is a trusted partner with a fantastic pedigree of supporting the RCN and exporting Canadian naval technology worldwide. The company will be bringing a very modern and proven capability to our iAOR solution.”

Using technology pioneered in Canada, the L-3 MAPPS IPMS provides comprehensive monitoring and control of a ship’s propulsion, electrical, ancillary, auxiliary and damage control machinery systems. With advanced functionality, such as the Battle Damage Control System, Onboard Team Training System, Equipment Health Monitoring System and CCTV, as well as integration with the ship’s combat management and navigation systems, the IPMS allows the crew to safely and effectively operate the ship for all mission requirements. L-3 MAPPS’ technology is used by 18 navies worldwide and is installed on most of the RCN’s major warships and submarines. The company also provides advanced Safety Management Systems for some of the world’s newest and largest cruise ships and naval auxiliary vessels.


Civilian container vessel M.V. Asterix will be converted into an Auxiliary Oil Replenishment (AOR) ship for the Royal Canadian Navy’s interim supply ship capability. Picture: Chantier Davie


Computer rendering of the vessel after conversion. Picture: Chantier Davie
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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #16 em: Novembro 11, 2015, 09:05:31 pm »


Canadian Naval Industry Eyes Boost From F-35 Pullout

http://www.defensenews.com/story/defense/naval/ships/2015/11/03/canadian-naval-industry-eyes-boost-f-35-pullout/75084684 

While Canadian firms stand to lose business with the country's withdrawal from the F-35 program, its marítime industry is expecting a potential windfall from the change of direction in defense. 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised to put more money into Canada's ailing naval shipbuilding program, including any savings from selecting a cheaper alternative to the F-35 jet. Maritime industry officials said that could mean more ships and more work.

 Trudeau promised the shift in defense priorities during the recent federal election campaign. (...)

The previous Conservative Party government had launched the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS) in 2011. That outlined an ambitious CAN $ 30 billion plan (US $ 23 billion to construct new vessels for the Royal Canadian Navy and Canadian Coast Guard. NSPS woul see construction of 28 major warships and 116 smaller vessels. (...)
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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #17 em: Março 23, 2016, 10:04:22 pm »
O poder do Torpedo Mark 48 é incrível.

 

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #18 em: Junho 13, 2016, 05:52:19 pm »
Canadian government vows to accelerate Canadian Surface Combatant delivery





Royal Canadian Navy Halifax-class frigate HMCS Fredericton

Canadian government representatives today announced a “streamlined and transparent procurement approach” which promises to deliver the Canadian Surface Combatant to the Royal Canadian Navy up to two years sooner than originally planned.

The CAD$26 billion project will replace the country’s Iroquois-class destroyers and Halifax-class frigates.

Under the refined procurement approach, Canada will select an existing warship design to modify, rather than continuing with the previous approach of selecting a warship designer and a combat systems integrator to custom design the Canadian Surface Combatant.

The government used input from industry and Steve Brunton, its shipbuilding expert advisor, to develop the streamlined procurement approach.

“The Canadian Surface Combatant project is the most complex procurement in Canadian history. Along with the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships project, it will create 2,400 direct shipbuilding jobs in Halifax,” Judy M. Foote, Minister of Public Services and Procurement, said. “This streamlined approach is aligned with our efforts to modernize procurement and to make it easier for Canadian businesses to work with government.”

Construction of the CSC ships is scheduled to begin after the completion of the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships in the early 2020s and the procurement is expected to span 20 to 25 years.

https://navaltoday.com/2016/06/13/canadian-government-vows-to-accelerate-canadian-surface-combatant-delivery/

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #19 em: Julho 22, 2016, 06:17:18 pm »
Canada announces bid to unify AOPS, JSS ship support contract




The government of Canada has announced the decision to combine fleet support contracts for two new ship classes to be built for the Royal Canadian Navy into a single one worth CAD$5 billion.

Minister of Public Services and Procurement Judy M. Foote on Thursday launched an open competition  to provide in-service support, including refit, repair and maintenance and training, for the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS) and Joint Support Ships (JSS).

The government said this contract would provide the best value to Canadian taxpayers, while supporting Canada’s shipbuilding industry.

Combining the contracts for the AOPS and JSS In-Service Support (AJISS) under a single contractor will benefit industry by increasing workforce stability and benefit Canadians by reducing costs through economies of scale, the government reasoned.

The AJISS contract will include an initial service period of 8 years, with options to extend services up to 35 years under an open and competitive process.

Up to six Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships are being built by Irving Shipbuilding with delivery of the first vessel to the Royal Canadian Navy is scheduled for 2018.

Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards will build two Joint Support Ships first of which is scheduled to be delivered in 2020/2021.

Judy M. Foote, Minister of Public Services and Procurement, said: “The Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships and Joint Support Ships In-Service Support contract will provide work for the Canadian marine industry for the next 35 years. Our Government is creating stable middle-class jobs and generating economic growth from coast to coast to coast. At the same time, we are seeking new ways to make procurement work better for businesses and Canadians, in this case by having one support contract for both ships.”


https://navaltoday.com/2016/07/22/canada-announces-bid-to-unify-aops-jss-ship-support-contract/

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #20 em: Julho 22, 2016, 06:27:12 pm »
Estes tb se esqueceram de por as armas do Yamato nos seus patrulhas ..  8) 8) 8)
 

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #21 em: Julho 22, 2016, 08:34:47 pm »
Estes tb se esqueceram de por as armas do Yamato nos seus patrulhas ..  8) 8) 8)
Uma BAE mk38 de 25 mm... ;D :P



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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #22 em: Abril 22, 2017, 08:54:22 pm »
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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #23 em: Maio 03, 2017, 01:31:25 pm »
Canadian Navy ships return from West Africa deployment


HMCS Moncton and HMCS Summerside are nested side by side in Freetown, Sierra Leone, during Obangame Express, on March 19, 2017. Photo: Royal Canadian Navy

Two Royal Canadian Navy Kingston-class coastal defence vessels, HMCS Summerside and Moncton, returned to Halifax on May 2, following a two-month deployment to West Africa.

The deployment was part of a mission called Neptune Trident 17-01 and saw the ships work with allies and partners to build relationships and strengthen maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea.

During their deployment, HMCS Summerside and Moncton, a detachment of personnel from the Royal Canadian Navy’s Maritime Tactical Operations Group (MTOG), and a cadre of liaison and support staff also participated in Obangame Express 17, a 12-day, U.S. Naval Forces Africa-led training event that included maritime security partners from more than 20 countries in West Africa. This was the first time Canada has sent a contingent to participate in this multinational maritime security event.

The Canadian warships, which operated with an integrated crew of regular force, reserve force, and MTOG personnel, also supported Global Affairs Canada objectives throughout the region with visits to Senegal, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Côte d’Ivoire.

HMCS Summerside and Moncton collaborated with a number of non-governmental organizations to encourage the participation of girls and women in non-traditional roles, to promote a lifelong commitment to literacy and education, and to bolster community efforts of environmental stewardship.

“I have learned time and again that the best of Canada can be represented in distant waters through the young sailors of the Royal Canadian Navy,” Rear Admiral John Newton, Commander Joint Task Force Atlantic and Commander Maritime Forces Atlantic, said. “I have received nothing but positive feedback on the assistance rendered by our personnel in Western Africa. Ashore and in the communities visited, our sailors were exceptional ambassadors of Canada, reinforcing what a navy does for its nation.”

https://navaltoday.com/2017/05/03/canadian-navy-ships-return-from-west-africa-deployment/

PS Os Canadianos também são como nós querem ir a  todas mas meios adequados é o que aqui vemos com os dois Navios que enviaram, as guarnições envolvidas devem estar muito gratas, os políticos deles também devem ter lido os mesmos livros que os nossos leram.  :crit:  :crit:  :crit:  :crit:  :crit:  :crit:  :crit:  :crit:

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #24 em: Maio 03, 2017, 01:49:21 pm »
Alguns pormenores interessantes dos MCDV's Canadianos, e, mesmo assim andaram com eles por Mares Nunca Dantes Navegados.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingston-class_coastal_defence_vessel

Future of the class[edit]
The Royal Canadian Navy is discarding a $100-million mid-life refit plan for the twelve vessels in this class.[9] Instead, MCDVs will be replaced by new vessels to enter service in 2020. It had been intended to retain the "mid-lifed" vessels through 2045–2055; however, the RCN has concluded that the money would be better spent in acquiring a new platform. The RCN review listed low speed and small size as reasons for the MCDV being inadequate for patrol duties (both are factors of the original specification). Notwithstanding the success of the ships in their deployment, critics suggest that patrol and training were tacked onto the mine-countermeasures role and that the platform lacks serious armament for a sovereignty enforcement role.[9]

On May 13, 2010, it was announced that six of the twelve MCDVs would be placed in extended readiness due to lack of funds and the inability of the naval reserve to provide sufficient personnel to man the ships.[10] On May 14 however that order was rescinded.[11]

In October 2011, L-3 MAPPS was awarded a contract to supply degaussing systems for the Kingston-class ships. The advanced degaussing systems were to be delivered and supported locally in collaboration with SAM Electronics.[12]

In November 2012 MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates was awarded a two-year $13.4 million contract to repair and upgrade the deployable sonar systems.[13]


Propulsion[edit]

One of four Wärtsilä V12 diesel engines aboard HMCS Yellowknife
The ship is equipped with four main Wärtsilä UD 23V12 diesel engines which are coupled to four alternators (600 V AC). Two Jeumont electric motors (±740 V DC) provide power to the two LIPS Z-drive azimuth thrusters which are fitted with fixed-pitch reversing propellers. The propulsion system provides 15 knots (28 km/h) maximum continuous speed. The range at the economical cruising speed of 9 knots (17 km/h) using two engines is 5,000 nautical miles (9,000 km) with a 20% margin in tank capacity. Mechanical minesweeping is carried out at 8 knots (15 km/h). The crash stop length is five ship lengths from a speed of 15 knots (28 km/h). Sometimes if you are going down a wave they reach the speed of 16.42 knots (30 km/h).

PS : Porque é que nunca se pensou em Propor a Venda/construção/projecto dos NPO's ao Canadá ?????
Andamos sempre a dormir na Forma.

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #25 em: Maio 09, 2017, 03:59:32 pm »
Canada should acquire 12 new submarines, senate report says

https://navaltoday.com/2017/05/09/canada-should-acquire-12-new-submarines-senate-report-says/


The current fleet of four Victoria-class submarines is inadequate to provide an effective presence in three oceans and a much larger fleet is required, report says. Photo: Royal Canadian Navy

The Canadian Navy should acquire 12 new submarines with air independent propulsion, members of the Canadian standing senate defense committee recommended in their report released on Monday.

Titled ‘Reinvesting in the Canadian Armed Forces: A plan for the future’, the report suggests that the defense spending increase to 2% of the GDP in the next eleven years should be used to acquire the submarines, among other high-value items.

The 12 submarines should be distributed equally between the country’s two coasts.

The report also calls for the acquisition of a second Resolve-class auxiliary oiler replenishment ship and another 18 surface combatant vessels.

Furthermore, the replacement of maritime coastal defense vessels should be accelerated to allow for the acquisition of mine countermeasure vessels and destroyers.

The committee also expressed concerned over the capabilities of the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS) that are currently under construction. According to the report, the reason for this was the fact that these ships cannot operate in ice more than a meter thick, are slower than a BC Ferry, can only operate in the arctic from June to October and will require a coast guard escort when in the northern waters.

Another recommendation was the procurement of Aegis battle systems or a similar styled platform.

“Such an investment will allow for the meaningful protection of Canada’s naval fleet; the ability to stop threats; the ability to determine the sequence of response to an attack; the ability to determine protection of ships and in what order, and it will allow, most importantly for the survival of the fleet if attacked,” the report said.

 
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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #26 em: Maio 30, 2017, 07:04:48 pm »
Canada lays keel for second Harry DeWolf-class AOPS HMCS Margaret Brooke


Members of the Royal Canadian Navy and Irving Shipbuilding mark the traditional keel-laying ceremony for HMCS Margaret Brooke on May 29, 2017. Photo: Royal Canadian Navy

The Royal Canadian Navy laid the keel for its second Harry DeWolf-class arctic and offshore patrol vessel, future HMCS Margaret Brooke, on May 29.

The keel-laying ceremony took place at Halifax Shipyard and was marked by the placing of a coin onto the keel of the ship by Olivia Strowbridge, the first woman in a trade supervisory role at Halifax Shipyard, and its first female certified ship spray painter.

In shipbuilding tradition, this coin will remain embedded within the ship’s structure for its entire life, and will invite good luck for all who sail in it.

This ceremony was attended by Rear-Admiral John Newton, Commander of Maritime Forces Atlantic; Kevin McCoy, President of Irving Shipbuilding; and Commander Michele Tessier, the future Commanding Officer of HMCS Margaret Brooke, among others.

Vice-Admiral Ron Lloyd, Commander of the RCN, says the presence of Cdr Tessier held special significance “I could not be more proud to have the ship’s future commanding officer there to participate and represent our generation as we look to follow in the wake of our naval heroes.”

In traditional ship construction, the keel typically extends the entire length of the vessel, running along the bottom of the ship and serving as its “backbone”. Today, many ships, including the Arctic and Offshore Patrol Vessels, are instead constructed in modules or blocks, fabricated separately then brought together to form the superstructure of the ship. However, the keel-laying tradition has endured.

HMCS Margaret Brooke is the second in an initial block of six vessels ordered by the RCN under a $2.3 billion contract in January 2015. Canada intends to procure up to 21 vessels that will renew its combatant fleet over the next 30 years under the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.

The 103-meter ship will displace 6,440 tonnes and is expected to be launched in a naming/launching ceremony in 2019.

https://navaltoday.com/2017/05/30/canada-lays-keel-for-second-harry-dewolf-class-aops-hmcs-margaret-brooke/

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #27 em: Julho 21, 2017, 06:53:38 pm »
Davie unveils Canada’s Resolve-class AOR MV Asterix


Canadian shipbuilder Chantier Davie on Thursday unveiled the Project Resolve auxiliary oiler replenishment ship ‘Asterix’.

Asterix is the first large naval ship to be built in Canada in over 20 years, according to the shipbuilder.

Project Resolve, as the undertaking was dubbed, consists of converting a containership, former MV Asterix which arrived in Lévis in October 2015, into an Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) ship in order to support the operations of the Royal Canadian Navy.

This project was initiated after a 2008 plan to replace Canadian aging oilers with a Joint Support Ship plan failed while the Queenston-class multi-role vessels are not expected to join the Navy before 2020-2021.

Davie’s 1,369 staff together with over 900 Canadian suppliers spent just under 2 years delivering the ship. The ship was expected to start operations this summer but the shipbuilder says it will enter into service with the Royal Canadian Navy by the end of this year.

The Asterix is a 182.5 meters long vessel capable of transporting up to 7000 tonnes of fuel at speeds of up to 25 knots.

It features two cranes allowing the loading and unloading of containers which are accessible at sea, a helicopter deck, two hangars for helicopters, a hospital able to accommodate 60 patients and kitchens able to feed 1,000 people.

The ship has been privately financed by Davie and will be leased to the Canadian government while the Federal Fleet Services, a Davie sister company, will operate the ship with a mixed crew of merchant seafarers and Royal Canadian Navy personnel.

https://navaltoday.com/2017/07/21/davie-unveils-canadas-first-resolve-class-aor/

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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #28 em: Novembro 28, 2017, 08:49:46 pm »
Canada's Combat Ship Team

Novo conceito de fragata multi-missão da marinha Canadiana.
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Re: Marinha Real Canadiana
« Responder #29 em: Novembro 28, 2017, 09:01:19 pm »
Canada's Combat Ship Team

Novo conceito de fragata multi-missão da marinha Canadiana.

Falam muito nas Absalon.

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