Capable oil combat vessels are part of any sound response strategy – and vital for protecting sensitive coast areas.
Louhi is a multipurpose icebreaker- an oil and chemical spill response vessel owned by the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), but manned and operated by the Finnish Navy.
She is capable of recovering spilled oil and chemicals in both open water and ice conditions, extinguishing shipboard fires and emergency towing of the largest merchant ships operating in the Gulf of Finland.
|Type||Multipurpose Icebreaking Oil Collecting Offshore Vessel|
|Classification||GL 100 A5, E4, NAV-OC TUG, Marine Pollution Recovery Vessel, Chemical Recovery Vessel Machinery MC, E4, AUT, FF1|
|Ice class||Finnish-Swedish 1A Super|
The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board naval fleet consists of four large vessels, and Kindral Kurvits is one of them.
It is an offshore oil collecting vessel, as well as a patrol vessel.
Her gross tonnage is 1053 and deadweight is 338 and the vessel was built and delivered in 2012.
|Type||Multipurpose Offshore Oil Collecting Patrol Vessel|
|Classification||Lloyd’s Register of Shipping 100A1 Fire fighting Ship 1 (2400 m3/h),Oil Recovery Duties, Winterisation BH (-35 deg C),. LMC, UMS, DP (AM), ICC, IBS, PMR, NAV1.|
|Ice class||Ice Class 1A FS (+) at a draught of 4.2m|
The SM 5 F-class Oil Combat vessel from Työvene is 17 meters long
|Model name||SM 5|
|Type||Oil Combat Vessel, F-class|
The HM 1, E-class Oil Combat vessel from Työvene is 14 meters long
|Model name||HM 1|
|Type||Oil Combat Vessel, E-class|