China's most advanced fishery administration ship sails to Diaoyu Islands

16:32, November 17, 2010      

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On Nov. 16, the inaugural ceremony of the most advanced and fully equipped fishery administration ship 310 was held in southern China's Guangzhou Province to carry out normal fishing protection in East China Sea. (Photo by Yangcheng Evening Post)

On Nov. 16, the most advanced and fully equipped fishery administration ship 310 that has the most endurable voyage capacity set sail to territorial waters of the Diaoyu Islands in East China Sea to carry out normal tasks, including fishing protection from southern China's Guangzhou Province.

The fishery administration ship 310 was independently designed and built by China. The ship has a total tonnage of 2,580 tons, a length of 108 meters and a width of 14 meters with maximum load of 56 staff on board and endurance voyage capacity of 6,000 nautical miles in 60 days and nights, allowing it to be driven to the unrestricted international navigation area.

The ship was equipped with a modern electro-optical tracking device and forensics system, water broadband satellite system and the maritime infrared imager with a Z-9A helicopter on board.

It was reported that fishery administration ship 310 is currently the fastest, most advanced and most fully-equipped fishery administration ship in the South China Sea.

By Li Mu, People's Daily Online


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