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Norway Receives All-Climate Jan Mayen-Class OPV

The Norwegian Coast Guard has acquired the KV Bjørnøya (W311), a Jan Mayen-class offshore patrol vessel (OPV), in an acceptance ceremony at Vard Langsten in Tomrefjord.

The KV Bjørnøya is scheduled to deploy for Norway to claim its sovereignty within the Norwegian Sea alongside its sister ships.

Jan Mayen-class OPVs are designed to last as long as eight weeks at sea with out replenishment, working because the coast guard’s premier vessel for safeguarding its unique financial zone.

W311 is the second of three OPVs constructed by the Vard Group following a 5-billion kroner ($450 million) deal to assemble vessels that may exchange the coast guard’s Nordkapp-class ships.

Constructed Sturdy

The Jan Mayen-class ships had been developed for worldwide inshore and offshore operations in all climate and sea situations.

Its ice-strengthened hull permits the vessel to conduct search and rescue, surveillance, and oil restoration in icy waters.

“Norway is a small nation on the planet, however an excellent energy at sea. It’s essential that we now have good management and preparedness in our personal sea areas,” Fisheries and Ocean Coverage Minister Cecilie Myrseth mentioned.

“The brand new coast guard vessel will strengthen Norway’s capability to take care of an summary, preparedness and management in our waters – this is a vital funding for the federal government,” she added.