Coat of Arms "TABARCA" (P-28)
Coat of Arms "TABARCA" (P-28)
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Coat of Arms "TABARCA" (P-28)

Welcome to the “Anaga”-class patrol boats website. The original series consisted of ten units and the “Tabarca” is the eighth of its class. She belongs to the Maritime Action Force and is stationed in Ferrol (Corunna), currently used for both, training activities and real operations.

Patrol Boat "TABARCA" (P-28)
DISPLACEMENT 320 Tns.
LENGTH 44,5 mts.
BEAM 6,6 mts.
PROPULSION 1 main engine BAZAN MTU 16 V (4,500 HP).
2 auxiliary diesel engines CHRISLER-BARREIROS Type BS-36ME
CREW 1 Commanding officer (Lieutenant).
3 Officers.
4 Non-commissioned officers.
10 Leading seamen.
9 Ratings.
WEAPONS One 3"/50 gun.
One 20 mm OERLIKON machinegun.
Two 7.62 mm MG machineguns
SENSORS Navigation radar CONSILIUM SELESMAR Mod. 10 NB-001M/S
Navigation radar SPERRY Mod. Type ID-1216-1
Chip log SAGEM Mod. LCHS
Acoustic sounder HRM
MISCELLANEOUS GPS KODEN KP-98
GPS GARMIN 2006C
Gyroscope NAVIGAT X MK2

The main mission of these ships is maritime surveillance to protect national maritime interests, specially fisheries control and monitoring the EEZ. The P-28 regularly collaborates with the Naval Academy for the training of future naval officers and with Special Operations units from the Army and the Spanish Marine Corps.

The ship is stationed at the Naval Academy in Marín (Pontevedra).

The ship is powered by a 4,500 HP BAZAN MTU engine. She has a small gun at the bow and a 20 mm machine-gun aft.

The ship was built by “Bazán” (now “Navantia”) in San Fernando (Cádiz). She was launched in December 1980 and commissioned a year later on December 31st 1981. The boat is named after a small island off the coast of Alicante and is the eighth “Anaga”-class patrol boat. Only three units remain in active service out of the original ten.

The crew consists of 27 people: the commanding officer (Lieutenant), 3 officers, 4 NCOs and 19 leading seamen and ratings.

Apart from the programmed patrols and manoeuvers, the crew -while in port- conduct scheduled maintenance works and training drills to be in constant readiness.

A standard mission consists of week-long deployments in maritime surveillance tasks or midshipmen training cruises. The ship also takes part in different exercises along with other naval units.

    

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