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    Lightbulb 6 Norwegian Missile Torbedo Boats for sale

    ID: 58
    NAME: 6 x MISSIL TORPEDO BOATS
    SIGN: xxxx
    BUILT: Bergen Yard / Westermoen Alta
    CLASS: MOTOR TORPEDO BOAT
    TONNAGE: 123
    DIMENSIONS: LOA: 36,53 m
    PAX: 20
    CARS: No
    SPEED: 35 Knots +

    PRICE: For details look below!



    MAIN ENGINE: 2 x MTU 538 MD 16V TB91 3600 hk v/1900 o/min
    HELP ENGINE: 2 x Mercedes Benz OM401, 144 hk v 1800 o/min
    SIDE THRUSTERS: Gear; 2 x MTU KS 4118 Mod. Hauk Propeller3 blades
    DEKKSHOYDE: 36,53 m
    BUNKER: 20.000 liters diesel
    ELECTRONICS: On request
    TECHNICAL DETAILS: On request
    ELECTRICAL DETAILS:
    GENERAL DETAILS:

    The Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization/Surplus Materiel Management Program, has for sale 6 Missil / Motor Torpedo Boats (MTB) to Nato Alliance Partners. The vessels were upgraded / modernized with new system for around 10 million Euro for each vessel.

    * 3 millions Euro complete/ready for use, each vessel New overhauled engines and totaly updated including weapons system!

    * 2 millions Euro as is where is, each vessel

    * 750 000 Euro demilitarized, each vessel

    Hauk patrol boats are a series of Norwegian fast attack craft. Hauk means hawk in Norwegian. They were ordered in the 1970's and the first boat, Hauk, was commissioned on 17 August 1977. Designed as a development of the Storm- and Snøgg-class, by Lieutenant-Commander (later Captain) Harald Henriksen, the 14 Hauk class vessels make up the Coastal Combat flotilla, responsible for protecting the rugged Norwegian coastline. The ships have been continuously modernized and are today known as "Super-Hauks." The Royal Norwegian Navy deployed four of these warships for anti-terror patrol in the Strait of Gibraltar.

    The Hauk class ships have been modernized to meet the arrival of the new and more modern Skjold class MTBs. This modernization includes the Senit 8 CMS, Link 11 (receive only), modifications of the Penguin missiles and upgrades on the navigation equipment. Specified prospect on request!

    Class overview: Hauk Yard: Bergens Mek Verksteder, Westamarin A/S, Alta Operators: Royal Norwegian Navy

    In commission: 1977- Planned: 14 Completed: 14 Succeeded by: Skjold

    General characteristics Type: Patrol boat and MTB Displacement: 120 tons standard, 160 tons full load Length: 36.5 metres (120 ft) Beam: 6.2 metres (20 ft) Draught: 1.8 metres (5.9 ft) Draft: 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) Propulsion: 2 x MTU 16V 538 TB92 diesels; 2 shafts, 6,820 hp(m), 5 ''MW'' Speed: 32 knots (59 km/h) Range: 440 miles (710 km) at 30 knots (56 km/h) Complement: 24 (including 6 officers)

    Sensors and processing systems: Surface search/navigation; 2 x Litton radars (I-band) Weapons control; Kongsberg MSI-80S or Sagem VIGY-20 optronic director Combat data systems; DCN SENIT 2000 (from late 2001) and Link 11 Others; EO-sensor Armament: 6 x Mk 2 Penguin missile SSMs, Twin Simbad launcher for Matra Sadral and Manpad SAMs, 1 x Bofors 40 mm L/70 gun, 2 x TP 613 torpedo tubes

    All 6 MTB will be preferred sold to Nato Alliance partners and PFP (Partnership for Peace). If there is no response from this market, the vessel will be sold to other countries who Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs and USA goverment accsept. If not the vessels will be demilitarized and sold to the civilian market! Request only pr. email to: bstavrum@mil.no
    http://www.auksjon.no/BoatView.aspx?BID=58
    There are a lot of pics in the link.

    3 million€ for each seems like quite a bargain.

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    mp.net? do we need this boat?

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    I think we should put together a fund.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggk View Post
    mp.net? do we need this boat?
    To go with the flankers?? I think so.

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    They are ideal for pirates and drugrunners. Small, fast and agile!

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    mp.net navy would be awesome.....we can jury rig the boat to launch flanker

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    Let's see, a couple Flankers, some IFVs, APCs, few tanks (T-55s or T-72 IIRC), now six patrol boats, a mother ship, loads of AKs, BDPs, highspeed sunglases, few Sergeys ultimate Attack bird choppers - yup, I think we a ready to conquer some diamond rich country

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    Let's go fishing! Annual MP.NET fish fest.

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    I got dibs on the SIMBAD launchers and all the MISTRAL'S!!!

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    We can also get some Israeli Saar 4s for longer legs.

    http://www.sibat.mod.gov.il/SibatMai.../Sales300_200/

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    "Yesterday we were an army with no country, tomorrow, we have to decide which country we want to buy! "

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterG View Post
    They are ideal for pirates and drugrunners. Small, fast and agile!
    How are they on walleye, perch and steelhead?

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    Link:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hauk_class_patrol_boat

    3 million Euros = 4.2723 million U.S. dollars

    This does not factor in costs for refitting or upgrades.

    I wonder which navy could use a boat like this. Iraq? The Phillipines?

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    I want one, I could tube after it.
    I'll come and pick it up on monday, ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue387 View Post
    Link:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hauk_class_patrol_boat

    3 million Euros = 4.2723 million U.S. dollars

    This does not factor in costs for refitting or upgrades.

    I wonder which navy could use a boat like this. Iraq? The Phillipines?
    Iraq could certainly use it... they would be extremely happy to have some teeth to protect the two offshore oil loading terminals... but as i can see from the above message, its open to "nato partners only" which disqualifies Iraq.

    I wonder if the USN can buy it for us via FMS

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