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  • P148 HMNZS Otago

    NZ Royal New Zealand Navy

    2010 to present    


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    IMO: 9368479
    MMSI: 512155000
    Flight Deck: OTA
    Call Sign: ZMKF
    Shipyard: Williamstown
    See Also: FF Type 12 Rothesay class F111


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    History of NZ P148 HMNZS Otago

    2005-decLaid downat Williamstown, Victoria, AU
    2010-jul-22HomeportPort Chambers, Dunedin
    2011-febDeployment Christchurch Earthquake 2011 Deployed to assist in Christchurch earthquake relief operations
    2016-feb-20Port VisitPort Nelson visit to Nelson for various RNZN 75th anniversary activities, until 24 Feb.
    2016-sep-12DeploymentKermadec Islands first deployment for SH-2G (NZ3613/13) on Protector class OPV, during a resupply and seismicity support mission to Kermadec Islands, until 23 Sep
    2016-sep-15NEWS NZRaoul Island First Mission for New SH-2G (I) Seasprite
    2016-nov-16Port VisitAuckland - Queens Wharf 75th Anniversary of RNZN International Naval Review: RNZN 75th Anniversary entered Auckland as part of flotilla to celebrate 75th Anniversary of RNZN
    2016-nov-19DeploymentAuckland - Queens Wharf International Naval Review: RNZN 75th Anniversary HMNZS Otago was the Reviewing Vessel for the celebrations in Auckland Harbour. She carried the NZ Governor General, the Chief of the NZ Navy and senior officers from participating ships and other VIP visitors.



        from Protector OPV class
    1900full load (tn)
    85length (m)
    14beam (m)
    3.60draught (m)
    6000range (nm)
    2Naval Engine diesel - MAN 12RK 280
    1Naval Gun Mark 38 25 mm



        Typical Max
    NZ RNZN Kaman Seasprite 11

    The Max option implies only aircraft of this model onboard    



    AU Williamstown, 3nm SW of Melbourne

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