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Global Consulting for Marine & Fisheries Development / Fisheries Engineering Co., Ltd.

Email:fec@fishengn.co.jp

16-8 Shinjuku 2-chome,Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0022, JAPAN

PROJECT BRIEFdetail

THE PROJECT FOR ENHANCING COAST GUARD CAPABILITIES IN THE REPUBLIC OF PALAU
(40m PATROL VESSEL)

<OUTLINE OF THE PROJECT>
 The Nippon Foundation has been supporting three Micronesian countries, i.e. Palau, Federated States of Micronesia and Marshall Islands for enhancing their coast guard capabilities since 2008. The project is implemented in collaboration with The Sasakawa Peace Foundation, The Japan Association of Marine Safety (JAMS) and the governments of Australia and U.S.A. Under the project in Palau, a patrol vessel of 40m, berthing facilities and an administrative building for “Bureau of Maritime Security and Fish, Wildlife Protection” were constructed
Fisheries Engineering Co., Ltd. rendered full consultant services for design and supervision of all these constructions.
By the President of Palau, Mr. Tommy E. Remengesau Jr. , the patrol vessel was named “KEDAM” (meaning “Frigate bird” in Palauan language).

PROJECT PHOTOGRAPHS

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          Bird's-eye view Photo                   Overall view-1

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            Overall view-2                     Overall view-3

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            Overall view-4                      Overall view-4
palauPV_pic7palau_pic10             Overall view-5                 A state of Completion Ceremony


DATA

The Client The Japan Association of Marine Safety (JAMS)
Location DMLE Site, KOROR, REPUBLIC OF PALAU
Construction Term Oct. 2016 to Dec. 2017
The Consultant Fisheries Engineering Co., Ltd.
The Contractor KWGOYA COCK CO., LTD.
Outline of vessel 1. VESSEL
-Length, Overall: 40.00 m
-Length, Between Perpendiculars: 37.00 m
-Breadth, Molded: 7.20 m
-Depth, molded: 3.50 m
-Design Draft, Molded: 1.25 m
-Gross Tonnage: 257 t
-Main Engine Output: 1,790kW x 2
-Service Speed: 25.0 knot≦
-Passenger: 21
2. EQUIPMENT
-RIB Sea boat, Hydraulic Crane, Fire monitors, IR Searchlight, IR Night-vision binoculars