Fragatas FREMM para Maroccos

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« Responder #45 em: Fevereiro 28, 2008, 09:29:17 pm »
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 A opção pela FREEM foi definitivamente abandonada por Marrocos.
 Repare que a noticia que colocou já é de Novembro de 2007.


Al menos aplazado, ya que sólo firmaron el MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) no la compra en firme, la compra de las SIGMA, ésta si es firme, al menos retrasa ( o tal vez anula) esa decisión.....no sería nada nuevo, recodemos que Bulgaria ha anulado en el último momento su pedido de corbetas Gowind, pese a la ayuda francesa con el caso de las enfermeras detenidas en Libia.


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« Responder #46 em: Março 15, 2008, 05:09:03 pm »
Radar SMART-S MK2  qui équipera les SIGMA Marocaine :
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http://www.meretmarine.com/article.cfm? ... rche=maroc
 

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« Responder #47 em: Março 19, 2008, 04:33:21 pm »
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A défaut du Rafale, la France vend une grosse frégate au Maroc
DCNS a finalisé la vente au Maroc d'une frégate multi-missions FREMM pour un montant évalué à 470 millions d'euros.



Selon nos informations, DCNS a finalisé la vente au Maroc d'une frégate multi-missions FREMM pour un montant évalué à 470 millions d'euros. Le groupe naval (depuis janvier) et Rabat (la semaine dernière) ont paraphé ce contrat, qui doit être officiellement annoncé lors d'un séminaire franco-marocain prévu le 18 avril en présence du Premier ministre François Fillon. Reste au Maroc à finaliser l'accord financier avec un pool de banques franco-marocaines. Ce qui serait imminent d'autant que la Reserve fédérale américaine a ramené son taux directeur de 3 % à 2,25 % facilitant les emprunts de Rabat.

Pour le groupe naval, la signature de ce contrat est une bonne nouvelle après plusieurs échecs à l'exportation ces derniers mois, dont notamment le Bâtiment de projection et de commandement (BPC) en Australie qui lui avait préféré l'an dernier un navire espagnol développé par Navantia.

À l'exportation, DCNS tablait de façon modeste cette année sur la vente d'une frégate FREMM au Maroc ainsi des corvettes Gowind (1 milliard d'euros) en Bulgarie, avait expliqué début mars son PDG Jean-Marie Poimboeuf. La vente d'un exemplaire de la frégate multi-missions devait se conclure "au cours du premier trimestre" de 2008, avait-il expliqué début février à La Tribune. Ce contrat avait été initié lors de la visite en octobre dernier de Nicolas Sarkozy à Marrakech en compensation de l'échec cuisant de la vente du Rafale, l'avion de combat fabriqué par Dassault Aviation.

Le Maroc vient de réaliser des investissements significatifs pour sa marine. Elle a également finalisé le contrat, aujourd'hui en vigueur, de trois corvettes néerlandaises de type Sigma au chantier naval De Schelde pour un contrat de l'ordre de 500 millions d'euros. La Marine marocaine a choisi Thales, via sa filiale néerlandaise Thales Neerderland, qui a été sélectionnée en tant que maître d'oeuvre du système de combat des corvettes, armements inclus. L'électronicien fournira ainsi son radar Smartest. Côté armement, les Sigma marocaines seront équipées de missiles antinavires Exocet MM40 Block2 et du VL Mica (surface-air).

Michel Cabirol


http://www.latribune.fr/info/A-defaut-d ... 11003E03D8


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« Responder #48 em: Março 19, 2008, 06:25:28 pm »


 :arrow:  Torpille MU90
 :arrow:  Aster 15/30 + SCALP Naval ( peut être )


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Deux nouveaux pilotes d’hélicoptères embarqués à Lanvéoc-Poulmic

Lundi 17 mars 2008, deux élèves pilotes de la Marine Royale Marocaine ont reçu leur brevet de pilote de l'aéronautique navale des mains du contre-amiral Olivier de Rostolan, commandant la force de l'aéronautique Navale.

Cette cérémonie récompense pour chaque élève 14 mois de formation théorique et 115h de vol au sein de l'École de Spécialisation sur Hélicoptères Embarqués /escadrille 22S (ESHE/22S).


L'ESHE/22S est le centre de formation et de navalisation des pilotes d'hélicoptères de l'aéronautique navale (12 pilotes d'hélicoptères la marine nationale ont été formés en 2007). Elle forme sur Alouette III l'ensemble des marins du ciel aux travaux en milieu maritime (hélitreuillage, appontage, vol aux instruments, survol maritime).


Unique en France cette école s'adresse également à un public étranger et interarmées. En 8 ans, 13 pilotes étrangers ont été formés (Malaisie, Maroc, Belgique).
En 2007, 48 pilotes de l'Aviation Légère de l'Armée de Terre, de l'Armée de l'Air et de la Gendarmerie ont ainsi été qualifiés à l'appontage sur les bâtiments de la Marine.






http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/base/ ... oc_poulmic
 

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« Responder #49 em: Março 21, 2008, 05:29:31 pm »


 

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Re: Fragatas FREMM para Maroccos
« Responder #50 em: Abril 18, 2013, 02:57:05 pm »

The second French-built FREMM frigate, ordered for the Moroccan navy, exits Lorient harbor on her way to initial sea trials in the Bay of Biscay. (DCNS photo)

    DCNS Begins Sea Trials with FREMM Multimission Frigate for Royal Moroccan Navy

   
   
(Source: DCNS; issued April 18, 2013)

LORIENT, France --- The FREMM frigate built for the Royal Moroccan Navy put to sea for the first time on 17 April. This key milestone marks the launch of sea trials, which will be conducted over the next few weeks off the Brittany coast. The ship will be delivered to the Royal Moroccan Navy at the end of this year, in accordance with the contract schedule.

During this first period at sea, the crew made up of French Navy personnel, customer representatives and DCNS employees will focus primarily on the performance of the ship's propulsion system and navigation system. The exceptional seakeeping qualities of the FREMM frigates have already been demonstrated by the first-of-class Aquitaine, delivered to the French Navy in November 2012.

"This milestone is the culmination of a remarkable team effort by DCNS, our partners and suppliers, the trials crew and customer representatives," said Anne Bianchi, director of FREMM frigate programmes at DCNS. "The FREMM frigates are designed and built by DCNS to meet the needs of many navies around the world, as demonstrated by this first export sale to Morocco. They are among the most technologically advanced and competitively priced vessels on the world market, and are inherently versatile to provide a response to all types of threats. They offer a range of innovative features and unparalleled levels of interoperability and operational readiness."

The teams on board will work day and night to conduct a series of tests at a sustained pace. The first three days of the campaign, known as the 'familiarisation' phase, will be used to test the vessel's safety systems and equipment, including fire-fighting, flood control and emergency response systems and evacuation procedures as well as manoeuvrability and mooring performance.

The second phase will focus on the propulsion system. The FREMM's high-performance hybrid CODLOG (COmbined Diesel eLectric Or Gas) power package combines electric motors for low-speed silent-mode propulsion and a gas turbine for high-speed mechanical propulsion, with a maximum speed in excess of 27 knots.

In addition, the DCNS teams will also test the ship's navigation systems (log, position, heading) and its inertial platforms for precise positioning anywhere in the world.

In the next few weeks, over 150 people, including 60 French Navy personnel, will spend time on this second FREMM frigate. To save the ship returning to port, people will be ferried out and back on a daily basis.

On completing these preliminary trials, the frigate will return to DCNS's Lorient shipyard for several days of quayside work. A few weeks later, it will put to sea for a second campaign of trials focusing on the combat system.

Royal Moroccan Navy crew training underway

While these first sea trials are taking place, some of the Royal Moroccan Navy personnel who will crew the new vessel are beginning simulator-based training at DCNS's Lorient facility to familiarise themselves with the vessel and its systems. This training programme will be ramped up over the next few months as further members of the future crew arrive.

FREMM, a major programme for DCNS and its partners

The FREMM programme includes 12 ships, 11 for the French Navy and one for the Royal Moroccan Navy.

In November 2012, DCNS successfully delivered the FREMM frigate Aquitaine, the first-in-class of the new FREMM multimission frigates.

The second vessel of the programme will be delivered to the Royal Moroccan Navy before the end of 2013, in line with contractual agreements, and will be named Mohammed VI.

Four other FREMM multimission frigates are at various stages of completion at DCNS's Lorient shipyard:
-- Normandie, the third in the series, will begin sea trials at the end of the year and will be delivered to the French Navy in 2014.
-- Provence is now fully built and will be floated out of the building dock in the fourth quarter of 2013.
-- The fifth and sixth of the series are under construction.

FREMM technical data

The FREMM frigates are heavily armed warships built under DCNS prime contractorship to carry state-of-the-art weapons and systems including the Herakles multifunction radar, MdCN cruise missiles, Aster anti-air missiles, Exocet MM40 anti-ship missiles and MU90 torpedoes.

• Length overall: 142 metres
• Beam: 20 metres
• Displacement (approx.): 6,000 tonnes
• Max. speed: 27 knots
• Complement: 108 (including helicopter crew)
• Accommodation: 145 men and women
• Range: 6,000 nm (at 15 knots)


DCNS is a world leader in naval defence and an innovative player in energy. Its leadership is built on a proven ability to meet customer needs by combining exceptional know-how with unique industrial resources. DCNS designs, builds and supports submarines and surface combatants. It also proposes services for naval shipyards and bases. The DCNS Group employs 13,200 people and generates annual revenues of €2.9 billion.

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Re: Fragatas FREMM para Maroccos
« Responder #51 em: Abril 18, 2013, 07:11:42 pm »
Editado por error.

Obrigado P44 :G-beer2:
« Última modificação: Abril 18, 2013, 08:35:33 pm por Menacho »
 

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Re: Fragatas FREMM para Maroccos
« Responder #52 em: Abril 18, 2013, 08:31:04 pm »
Menacho, acho que te enganaste no tópico  c34x

a FREEM Marroquina em foto maior:

"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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Re: Fragatas FREMM para Maroccos
« Responder #53 em: Abril 18, 2013, 08:44:13 pm »
"[Os portugueses são]um povo tão dócil e tão bem amestrado que até merecia estar no Jardim Zoológico"
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