Lanched: A Dutch Patrol Boat Designed for the Fight Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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In 2015 he managed to seize 17 million dollars of cocaine along with boats of the American Coast Guard

The HNMLS Friesland, of the Royal Navy of the Netherlands, is docked at the Centenary dock of A Coruña. It is a modern patrol boat of 108.43 meters in length and 16 in width. The ship was designed to fight against human trafficking, piracy and contraband. In fact, this vessel participated in the 2015 Caribbean Venture operation in cooperation with US Coast Guard vessels. During the same they managed to seize a total of 17 million dollars in cocaine.

The Friesland is designed with the latest technology equipment . All its main sensors are housed inside a unique pyramid-shaped mast. Inside are fixed radar panels capable of detecting aircraft at a distance of 250 kilometers and targets at sea up to 70 meters away. It has another dedicated exclusively to the surface search with a range of 40 kilometers.

Lanched: A Dutch Patrol Boat Designed for the Fight Against Trafficking in Human Beings

The patrol boat also has drones, a helicopter and fast action boats for rescue and rescue at sea. He made the stopover in the port of A Coruña to give rest to the crew and proceed to their provisioning.

 

Source: la voz de galicia