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Re: Armada Argentina ARA
« Responder #90 em: Junho 30, 2021, 03:44:30 pm »
Espetacular quando se começa a ter inveja ....da Argentina  :bang:
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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Re: Armada Argentina ARA
« Responder #91 em: Junho 30, 2021, 03:45:56 pm »
Inveja não diria, mas pelo menos não se esqueceram de comprar a Marlin.  ::)
 
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Re: Armada Argentina ARA
« Responder #92 em: Setembro 23, 2021, 10:24:09 am »

A.R.A. Contraalmirante Cordero was launched Tuesday 21 September in Concarneau. Naval Group picture.

Naval Group Launches Fourth And Final OPV For Argentine Navy

The last of the four Offshore Patrol Vessel 87 (OPV 87) ordered to Naval Group by the Argentine Navy, the A.R.A. Contraalmirante Cordero, has been launched this Tuesday 21 September in Concarneau.

Naval News Staff  22 Sep 2021

Naval Group press release

This launch is part of the contract signed by Naval Group with Argentina in 2018 to provide four multi-mission offshore patrol vessels. A.R.A. Bouchard (ex-L’Adroit) had been delivered in December 2019 and A.R.A. Piedrabuena on 13 April 2021. A.R.A. Storni was launched on 10 May 2021 and will be delivered next October, in accordance with the original contractual schedule and despite the global health situation.

The last vessel of the series will offer the same assets and characteristics as the A.R.A. Piedrabuena and Storni. It benefits from an optimised motorised system, an active stabilisation system and a bow thruster. It is also “Ice proven”, i.e. adapted to navigation in the cold waters of Antarctica.

Olivier Michel, Vice-president Sales for Latin America, said

“We are delighted with the excellent cooperation that exists between the Argentine Navy, Naval Group and Kership on this program. The vessels already delivered are currently in operation on an almost permanent basis and allow the Argentine Navy to carry out the operations essential to the defence of Argentina’s sovereign interests. We are delighted that this new unit will strengthen this operational capacity. Beyond this project, Naval Group remains fully mobilised to offer its solutions to the Argentine naval forces.”

Jean-Claude Flandrin, Program Director, added:

«Benefiting from the innovations offered by Naval Group and proven by the French Navy, these four latest generation multipurpose vessels have been designed specifically for the needs of the Argentine Navy to enable crews to carry out their missions in optimal safety conditions. We are proud of the trust that the Argentine Navy has placed in us and salute the commitment of the Argentine Navy teams as well as that of the design and production teams, which allow us to ensure the delivery in Concarneau of the A.R.A. Storni and the A.R.A. Contraalmirante Cordero in the coming months, in accordance with the contractual schedule.”

OPV 87, an innovative vessel



The Argentinean Offshore Patrol Vessels benefit from innovations developed by Naval Group and sea proven by the French Navy, which has operated L’Adroit in several oceans for six years for multiple maritime security operations, either alone or in cooperation with other Navies:

• Very high endurance and excellent sea-worthiness;
• An innovative design inspired by the best techniques used in the naval defence industry;
• A 360° visibility from the bridge and a unique mast for a panoramic radar coverage;
• The discrete and safe implementation in less than five minutes of fast crafts for Special Forces thanks to an ingenious ramp system at the bow of the patroller;

This range of ships also benefits from Naval Group’s expertise in information and command systems, allowing for extensive surveillance of the maritime space and the detection of suspicious behaviours. The A.R.A. Contraalmirante Cordero is equipped with the Polaris system and NiDL tactical data link system, specifically developed by Naval Group for state missions at sea and sea-proven by the French Navy.

Technical features
The Offshore Patrol Vessel is able to stay on deep seas during more than three weeks, to reach a speed of 20 knots and to accommodate a helicopter. Implemented by a reduced crew of 40 members, it is also able to accommodate about twenty extra passengers.

• Length: 87 meters
• Beam: 14 meters
• Displacement: 1,650 tons
• Max. speed: over 20 knots
• Accommodation: 59 (crew and passengers)
• Endurance: > 7,000 nautical miles
• Boarding capacity: two light crafts of 9 meters and one 10-ton class helicopter

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/09/naval-group-launches-fourth-and-final-opv-for-argentine-navy/
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Re: Armada Argentina ARA
« Responder #93 em: Outubro 14, 2021, 10:33:37 am »


OPV 87 A.R.A. Storni Handed Over To Argentine Navy
The third of the four Argentinian offshore patrol vessel (OPV) ordered by the Argentine Navy, OPV 87 A.R.A. Storni, was delivered on October 13 in the presence of Captain Santiago Villemur representative of the Argentine Navy in France.
Naval News Staff  13 Oct 2021

Naval Group press release

A.R.A. Storni has been delivered to the Argentine Navy today in Concarneau in the presence of Captain Santiago Villemur, representative of the Argentinian Navy in France, who also handed over the commandment of the ship to Commander Óscar Latorre.

This delivery was carried out by teams from Naval Group and Kership, a joint-venture between Piriou and Naval Group. It is part of the contract signed by Naval Group with Argentina in 2019 for the delivery of four multi-mission patrol vessels. A.R.A. Bouchard (former L’Adroit) was delivered in December 2020 and A.R.A Piedrabuena on April 13th this year.

With the delivery of A.R.A. Storni, the program keeps progressing as scheduled to conclude with the delivery of the last vessel scheduled for April 2022. A 44-people crew from the Argentine Navy has been trained in the operation and maintenance of the vessel.

This third patrol vessel of the series acquired by the Argentine Navy offers the same assets and features as those of the A.R.A. Piedrabuena. Better armed and motorised than the Bouchard, equipped with an active stabilisation system and a bow thruster, it is also Ice proven, i.e. adapted to navigation in the cold waters of Antarctica.


Naval Group picture
Jean-Claude Flandrin, Program Director, said: “The delivery of this third patrol vessel marks a very important milestone for the program, which was achieved on time despite the health crisis that has marked the last two years. The teams are still mobilised to finalize the training of the crew that will leave for Argentina with the vessel. Once the training is completed, we will concentrate our efforts towards the delivery of the last of the series, which was launched last month“.

Olivier Michel, Sales Director for Latin America, added: “We are proud of the trust that the Argentine Navy has placed in Naval Group for the supply of these latest-generation multipurpose vessels that will enable the country to carry out its sovereign missions. This delivery is another demonstration of Naval Group’s and its partners’ capacities and commitment towards its customers to respond to their operational needs.”

About the OPV 87
The Argentine offshore patrol vessels benefit from innovations developed by Naval Group and proven by the French Navy, which has operated L’Adroit in several oceans for six years for multiple maritime security operations, alone or in cooperation:

• Very high endurance and excellent sea-worthiness;
• A 360° visibility from the bridge and a unique mast for a panoramic radar coverage;
• The rapid, safe and discrete deployment of intervention crafts launched by a double system of ramps at the stern of the patrol vessel.

This range of ships also benefits from Naval Group’s expertise in information and command systems, allowing for extensive surveillance of the maritime space and the detection of suspicious behaviours. The A.R.A Storni is equipped with the POLARIS® system and NiDL® tactical data link system, specifically developed by Naval Group for state action missions at sea and sea-proven by the French Navy.

The Offshore Patrol Vessel is able to stay on high seas during more than three weeks, to reach a speed of 20 knots and to accommodate a helicopter. Implemented by a reduced crew of 40 members, it is also able to accommodate about twenty extra passengers.


• Length: 87 meters
• Beam: 14 meters
• Displacement: 1,650 tons
• Max. speed: over 20 knots
• Accommodation: 59 (crew and passengers)
• Endurance: > 7,000 nautical miles
• Boarding capacity: two light crafts of 9 meters and one 10 ton class helicopter

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2021/10/opv-87-a-r-a-storni-handed-over-to-argentine-navy/
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Re: Armada Argentina ARA
« Responder #94 em: Novembro 05, 2021, 07:22:09 am »

ARA BOUCHARD
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Re: Armada Argentina ARA
« Responder #95 em: Novembro 18, 2021, 10:52:14 am »


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Em 15 de novembro de 2017, a Armada Argentina perdeu comunicação com os 44 tripulantes a bordo do ARA San Juan. Eles nunca voltaram para casa. Um ano e um dia depois, o Ministério da Defesa e a Armada Argentina informaram ′′ foi dado identificação positiva ′′ da nave. ′′ Tendo-se investigado o ponto de interesse n° 24 informado pela Ocean Infinity, observação feita com um ROV a 800 mts de profundidade, foi dada uma identificação positiva ao Ara San Juan ′′

Fonte: Comunidad Submarinista Latinoamericana

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