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UVL10

The Offshore Patrol Vessel UVL10 was built for the Finnish Border Guard at STX Finland Oy’s Rauma shipyard in Finland. The ship can be used in all weather and visibility conditions on the Baltic Sea and it is capable of independent long-term operation at extended ranges. The ship hull and its systems have been designed with seaworthiness and operational dependability to ensure functioning capacity under extreme conditions.

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Client: STX Finland, Rauma

Technical information of the vessel:

Length Overall: 96 m
Breadth: 17 m

Etteplan was commissioned with the FE analyses; strength, fatigue and vibration calculations.

 

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