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Replenishing Vietnam Coast Guard

11th August 2016 - 09:11 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Hong Kong

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The Vietnam Coast Guard (VCG) has received its largest vessel yet, in the form of a 90m multirole replenishment vessel.

After being handed over on 14 July, CSB 7011 will operate in Zone 3 in the south-central waters of Vietnam near the Spratly Islands. 

The 2,900t ship CSB 7011 constructed by the Hong Ha Shipyard in Haiphong is designed to carry up to 500m³ of oil/fuel, 2,000m³ of fresh water, 300t of dry cargo such as food or technical supplies and 30t of refrigerated cargo.

CSB 7011 contains several first aid clinics for medical attention and multiple repair shops for

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Gordon Arthur is the Asia Pacific editor for Shephard Media. Born in Scotland and educated …

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