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  • U27 Brasil

    BR Brazilian Navy




    1986 to present    



    U27 Brasil

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    MMSI: 710429000
    Flight Deck:
    Call Sign: PWBL


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    History of BR U27 Brasil

    1981-junOrdered
    1981-sep-18Laid down
    1983-sep-23Launched
    1986-aug-21Commissioned
    2009-octPort VisitUKTower Bridge Upper Pool of London visited Pool of London alongside HMS Belfast and departed 15 Oct
    2014-sep-28Port VisitUKTower Bridge Upper Pool of London visited Pool of London alongside HMS Belfast and departed 3 Oct
    2015-sep-29Port VisitUKTower Bridge Upper Pool of London visited Pool of London alongside HMS Belfast
    2016-sep-15Port VisitUKTower Bridge Upper Pool of London visited Pool of London alongside HMS Belfast
    2019-oct-15Port VisitUKTower Bridge Upper Pool of London moored alongside HMS Belfast for 5 day visit to London
    2021-oct-6Port VisitUKLondon Cruise Terminal Visited London Cruise Terminal at Tilbury

    Specifications

       

        from Niteroi class
    217crew
    3700full load (tn)
    129length (m)
    13.50beam (m)
    5.50draught (m)
    30max speed (knots)
    4Naval Engine diesel
    2Naval Engine gas turbine - Rolls Royce Olympus
    2Naval Engine propulsion system: CODOG
    1Torpedo Launchers Ikara
    1Naval Radar navigation radar ZW-06
    2Naval Radar fire direction radar Selenia Orion RTN-10X

    Aircraft

       

        Typical Max
    BR Brazilian Navy Westland Lynx mk21 11
    BR Brazilian Navy SNIA HB355F2 Esquilo 01
    BR Brazilian Navy Westland Super Lynx mk21a 01

    The Max option implies only aircraft of this model onboard    

    Builder

       

    BR Arsenal de Marinha, Ilha das Cobras



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