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CCGS Ann Harvey
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CCGS Ann Harvey
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Name: CCGS Ann Harvey
Namesake: Ann Harvey, noted Newfoundland fisher and heroine (1811–1860)
Operator: Canadian Coast Guard
Port of registry: Ottawa, Ontario
Builder: Halifax Dartmouth Industries, Halifax, NS
Yard number: 808715
Commissioned: 17 July 1987
In service: 1987-present
Homeport: CCG Base St. John's, NL (Newfoundland and Labrador Region)
Identification: CGAH
Status: in active service, as of 2021
General characteristics
Class & type: Type 1100
Type: Buoy tender and SAR vessel with Light icebreaker role
Displacement: 3,853.6 tonnes (4,247.87 short tons)
Length: 83 m (272 ft 4 in)
Beam: 16.2 m (53 ft 2 in)
Draft: 6.22 m (20 ft 5 in)
Ice class: 100A
Propulsion: Diesel electric Alco 251-16V engine, 8,847 hp
780 tonnes of fuel
Speed: 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) (cruise)
16.5 knots (30.6 km/h; 19.0 mph) (maximum)
Range: 8,200 nautical miles (15,200 km; 9,400 mi)
Endurance: 120 days
Boats & landing
craft carried:
  • 1 - FRC Zodiac RHI (Crane)
  • 2 - Hurricane 440 Zodiac (Miranda Davit)
  • 3 - SP Barge (Davits)
Complement: 24
Aircraft carried: 1 x MBB Bo 105 helicopter
Aviation facilities: Hangar to house two helicopters (MBB Bo 105 helicopter)

CCGS Ann Harvey is a Canadian Coast Guard Buoy tender and SAR vessel with Light icebreaker duties. She was constructed in 1987 by Halifax Dartmouth Industries, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The vessel was named after the daughter of a local Newfoundland fisherman from Isle aux Morts on Newfoundland's southwest coast. In the year 1828, 17-year-old Ann, and her younger brother of 12, helped their father to rescue 160 crewmembers and passengers from the ship Despatch, which had been driven onto the rocks near their home. Again in 1838, Ann and her father rescued 25 crewmembers from the distressed vessel Rankin. Both rescues were due largely to Ann's strength, determination and courage.[1]

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