Italien: Programma Navale

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Italien: Programma Navale

Beitrag von theoderich » Mo 2. Jul 2018, 09:39

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FINCANTIERI: THE LSS LOGISTIC SUPPORT UNIT “VULCANO” LAUNCHED IN MUGGIANO (23. Juni 2018)
The launching ceremony of the LSS logistic support unit “Vulcano”, took place yesterday at the Muggiano (La Spezia) facility of the Naval Integrated shipyard, in the presence of the Italian Minister of Defence, Elisabetta Trenta, who was welcomed by the CEO of Fincantieri Giuseppe Bono and its Chairman Giampiero Massolo.
The multi-year program for the renewal of the Italian Navy’s fleet foresees the construction, besides the LSS, of one transport and landing unit (LHD or Landing Helicopter Dock) - under construction in this same shipyard with delivery in 2022 - as well as seven Multipurpose Offshore Patrol Ships (PPA), with other three in option. The launch of the first is scheduled in 2019, with delivery in 2021. The following deliveries will take place in 2022, 2023, 2024 (two units), 2025 and 2026.
Vessel’s characteristics - LSS – Logistic Support Ship

The LSS is a vessel that provides logistics support to the fleet, endowed with hospital and healthcare capabilities thanks to the presence of a fully equipped hospital, complete with operating rooms, radiology and analysis rooms, a dentist’s office and hospital rooms that will be capable of hosting up to 17 seriously injured patients. The ship combines capacity to transport and transfer to other transport vessels used for liquids (diesel fuel, jet fuel, fresh water) and solids (emergency spare parts, food and ammunitions) and to perform at sea repairs and maintenance work for other vessels. The defense systems are limited to the capacity of command and control in tactical scenarios, communications and dissuasive, non-lethal defense systems. The vessel is also capable of embarking more complex defence systems and becoming an intelligence and electronic war platform.
  • 193 meters long
  • speed of about 20 knots
  • 200 persons including crew and specialists
  • 4 replenishment station abeam and 1 astern
  • Capacity to supply drinking water to land
  • Capacity to provide electricity to land with 2500 kw of power
  • Possibility of embarking up to 8 residential and healthcare modules
  • Capacity to perform rescues at sea, through recovery and seabed operations (the ship is equipped with an 30 tons offshore stabilized crane stabilized)
  • base for rescue operations through helicopters and special vessels
https://www.fincantieri.com/en/media/pr ... -muggiano/



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYmufZwSPLA


Neue Kriegsschiffe für die italienische Marine

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Re: Italien: Programma Navale

Beitrag von theoderich » Do 5. Jul 2018, 18:42

Als nächstes sollen leichte Fregatten mit einer Verdrängung von 3500 BRT gekauft werden, das Pattugliatore di squadra/Fregate leggere (PPX). Diese Schiffe sollen die FREMM und PPA ergänzen:

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Das Programm könnte 2020 beginnen.

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Re: Italien: Programma Navale

Beitrag von theoderich » Mi 25. Jul 2018, 16:44


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Re: Italien: Programma Navale

Beitrag von theoderich » Fr 3. Aug 2018, 16:38

With size and anti-sub capabilities in mind, Italy’s Navy rethinks ship designs
The Italian Navy is considering changing the design of some of its planned PPA multifunctional ships to make them smaller, and to possibly give them an anti-submarine capability, an Italian source has told Defense News.

The seven vessels were ordered as part of a €5.4 billion (U.S. $6.3 billion) package to replace a range of aging vessels in the Navy’s fleet. Three are already under construction by Italian shipyard Fincantieri, with preparations to build the fourth underway.

But planners may go back to the drawing board for the last three vessels, as mission priorities change, said the source, who has knowledge of the program’s developments.
Today, the vessels weigh in at about 6,000 tons. That is not as big as Italy’s 6,700-ton FREMM frigates, but far larger than the vessels they will replace, which displace about 2,000 tons and less.

PPA vessels are also the same length as the FREMMs, measuring about 146 meters long and 16.5 meters wide, just 3 meters narrower than the FREMMs.

That makes the PPAs too large to dock at certain ports in Sicily where they would be used in migrant-monitoring missions, the number of which have risen in recent years.


Now, with a new Navy chief, Valter Girardelli, at the helm, plans are under consideration to turn the last three PPAs into 3,000-ton patrol ships. Planners are also reevaluating the need for an anti-submarine capability, noting that eight ASW ships are now being retired, while there are only four FREMM frigates with an ASW configuration.

A second option is to turn the last three PPAs into 4,500-ton ASW ships. By making them smaller, four vessels would be purchased with the same funding as the three larger PPA vessels, the source said.
https://www.defensenews.com/naval/2018/ ... p-designs/

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Re: Italien: Programma Navale

Beitrag von theoderich » Mi 8. Aug 2018, 22:15

Ein paar interessante Präsentationen zum "Programma Navale":
Und zu einem Demonstrationsprojekt der italienischen Marine für alternative Treibstoffe:

http://www.gsweek.it/wp-content/uploads/03_TRIPODI.pdf

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Re: Italien: Programma Navale

Beitrag von theoderich » Mi 24. Okt 2018, 20:05

Frankreich hat heute auf der "Euronaval 2018" das Programm "FLOTLOG" angekündigt, in dessen Rahmen, in Zusammenarbeit mit Italien, vier Tanker gekauft werden sollen. Der Délégué général pour l’armement, Joël Barre, und sein italienisches Gegenüber, General Nicolò Falsaperna, haben am 23. Oktober eine entsprechende Vereinbarung unterzeichnet.

Frankreich beteiligt sich über OCCAR am italienischen Programm für ein "Logistic Support Ship". Das Design orientiert sich an der italienischen Konstruktion des Schiffs "Vulcano", wird aber modifiziert, um im Rahmen der Trägerkampfgruppe rund um den Flugzeugträger "Charles de Gaulle" eingesetzt werden zu können. Die Logistikschiffe werden bei Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint Nazaire, in Zusammenarbeit mit Naval Group, gebaut. Die Hüllensektionen, in die das Treibstoffsystem eingebaut ist, werden bei Fincantieri in Italien gefertigt.

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Re: Italien: Programma Navale

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