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Panarea-class tanker
Favignana (A 5372)
Coastal oil tanker Favignana (A 5372), Messina, 2015
Class overview
Name: Panarea class
Builders: Cantieri Navali Ferrari (La Spezia)
Operators: Naval Ensign of Italy.svg Marina Militare
Building: 4
Planned: 4
Completed: 4
Active: 4
General characteristics
Type: Coastal oil tanker
Displacement:
  • - 292 t (287 long tons), empty
  • - 863 t (849 long tons), full load
Length:
  • - 50.00 m (164 ft 1 in) LOA
  • - 47.25 m (155 ft 0 in) LPP
  • Beam: 10.00 m (32 ft 10 in)
    Draught:
    • Favignana:
    • 3.80 m (12 ft 6 in)
    • Linosa, Panarea and Salina:
    • 3.20 m (10 ft 6 in)
    Propulsion:
  • - 2 x shaft
  • Favignana:
  • - 2 x diesel engines Caterpillar C18, 484.71 kW (650.01 bhp) each
  • - 2 x diesel generators ANSALDO mod. M2BM 315 SA/4
  • Linosa, Panarea and Salina:
  • - 2 x diesel engines Isotta Fraschini ID-36-SS-6V, 587 kW (787 bhp) each
  • - 2 x diesel generators Isotta Fraschini VM1312-MH-14[1]
  • Speed:
  • Favignana:
  • - 11 knots (20 km/h; 13 mph)
  • Linosa, Panarea and Salina:
  • - 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph)
  • Range: 1,500 nmi (2,800 km; 1,700 mi)
    Capacity:
    • - 570 m3 NATO F76 (diesel fuel marine)
    • - or 581 m3 NATO F44/JP5 (aviation fuel)
    • - equivalent to 550 t (540 long tons) [2]
    Crew: 16
    Sensors and
    processing systems:
    2 x GEM Elettronica MM/SPN-753 navigation radar

    The Panarea class is a series of four coastal oil tankers of the Italian Navy designated as Moto Cisterna Costiera, MCC (NATO YOG). Since 5 October 2005 all vessels carry the motto: Prompti ad Agendum.

    ShipsEdit

    Source:[3]

    Naval Ensign of Italy.svg Marina Militare - Panarea class
    Ship Pennant
    number
    Laid Down Launched Commissioned Notes Initial
    number
    Wikimedia
    Commons
    Favignana A 5372 10 July 1985 8 February 1986 17 May 1987 for NATO
    F44/JP5
    aviation fuel
    MCC-1103
    Linosa A 5371 16 November 1985 6 December 1986 for NATO
    F76
    marine oil
    MCC-1102
    Panarea A 5370 26 October 1985 26 August 1986 for NATO
    F76
    marine oil
    MCC-1101
    Salina A 5373 1987 14 November 1987 20 May 1988 for NATO
    F44/JP5
    aviation fuel
    MCC-1104

    ReferencesEdit




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