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BS-73 Faust Vrančić BS-73 Faust Vrančić is a warship in Croatian navy. Classified as a "Salvage - rescue" ship. Built in 1976 in the Tito shipyard in Belgrade. Entered then Yugoslavian navy as PS-12 Spasilac. Two more ships are made in same class. In 1991, ship was inpounded from the serbians and entered in the Croatian navy as a BS-73 Faust Vrančić. BS-73 is the command vessel in the Croatian navy. Primary role is saving submarine crew and also equipped for firefighting on ships and executing underwater diver tasks. For saving submarine crew it was equipped with decompression chamber and small rescue submarine. It's also in the Croatian Coast Guard, and only ship in Croatian navy that meets requirements to control ZERP. Displacement: 1.590 t Lenght: 55,5 m Beam: 12 m Draught: 3,8 m Propulsion: 2 diesel engines of total 4340 HP, 2 shafts Speed: 13 knots Capacity: 250 t of deck cargo, 490 t fuel, 48 t water, 5 t grease Crew: 53 (up to 72) Radar and sonar: Kelvin Hughnes Nucleus 5000R Armament: Capable of carrying two M-71 20 mm cannons and quad M-75 20 mm cannon
Salvage tug "Fehmarn" Class (720) The main task of the salvage tug of Class 720 is the towing and recovery of marine vessels as well as provide support in the sea. The tractor is also used as support and training vehicle for submarine use. Furthermore, the tractor acts as practice mine rescue vehicle as well as divers use platform. Specifications: Dimensions (length / width / depth): 68 m / 12.7 m / 4.4 m Load displacement: 1310 t Speed: 16.6 kn Combat radius: 6000 nm Crew:45 people (Civilian crew) Pictures: Source: