Saint Piran 

Saint Piran is the primary enforcement vessel opperated by Corwall IFCA. Her main role is to provide an enforcement platform from which to monitor activity and facilitate the boarding of vessels at sea by launching her Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB).  She is equipped with electronic charting and recording equipment which is used to monitor protected areas and observe high risk fishing activities to ensure compliance with any spatial management restrictions.  Routine patrols take place throughout the 1450 square nautical miles of the Cornwall IFCA district and more targeted patrols focus on known enforcement risks.  Patrols are subject to seasonal fishing patterns, weather conditions and tides.

Technical specifications

Built By: Damen Shipyard, Gorinchem, Holland. 
Build year: 2000. 
Length Overall: 27.07 meters. 
Beam: 6.75 meters. 
Draught: 1.70 meters (aft). 
Construction: Aluminium. Double chine. 
Propulsion: 2 x 38 000 cc, V12, twin turbo   Cummins KTA 38- M2 engines   (each developing 1300 Hp at 1800 rpm)   coupled to Reintjes WVS430/1L gearboxes. 
Speed: Cruising 16/18 knots, - Max.  22 knots. 
Fuel Capacity: 11,200 litres. 
Auxiliary Engines: Two x Cummins 6B5.9G generator sets   which provide continuous 240v power for the vessel. 
Accommodation: 2 x 2 berth cabins + 1 x 4 berth cabin. Laundry. 2 x heads and showers. Fully fitted galley. Mess area with table seating for 8+. Wet laboratory/ wet change area.
 

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