CCG Fleet: Vessel Details

CCGS G. PEDDLE S.C.

G. Peddle S.C. 1 (5x7)

837558
CGGP
General Operation
Mid Shore Patrol Vessel
Ont. - Ottawa
Atlantic Region
N.S. - Dartmouth
Active
Crewing Regime
9
5
4
5
Layday
Certificates
none
Near Coastal Class 1 - limited HT2
Yes
9586071
Construction Details
Irving Shipbuilding Inc.
Steel and Aluminium
Canadian Coast Guard
2013
2013
Vessel Specifications
42.8
7
2.8
1.7
253
75
2000
14
14
25
6.5
34
Not Applicable
Helicopter Facilities
This vessel is not helicopter capable
Engineering
Geared Diesel
(2) x MTU - 4000M
4992
(2) x Controllable Pitch
Yes
No
(1) x Northern Lights - M1064
(2) x Northern Lights - M1066
Scientific Equipment
This vessel is not equipped with dedicated Scientific Equipment
Holds and Deck Space
22
28.8
65
Container Capacity
This vessel cannot accommodate any containers.
Deck Equipment
Allied Marine TB10-23
3.1
Nylon Braid Rope
0
RHIB rescue boat
Welin Lambie - PIV-1A
RHIB
Allied - Marine TB10-23
RHIB
Allied - Marine TB10-23
Comms and Navigation Equipment
(1) x Jotron - TR7725
(2) x Sailor - RT-4800
(1) x Motorola - Micom
(1) x Sailor SC4000 Iridium
(1) x Sperry - SR2100
Sperry Marine - Visionmaster FT - X Band
Sperry Marine - Visionmaster FT - S Band
(2) x ICAN Aldebaran II
(1) x Sperry Navipilot 4000
(1) x Sperry Marine - Naviknot 450D
(1) x SAAB - R4 (AIS)
(1) x OAR - Cubic DF4400
(1) x Simrad - ES60
Vessel Images
G. Peddle S.C. 2 (5x7)
G. Peddle S.C. 3 (5x7)
Additional Information
Canadian Coast Guard Chief Officer Gregory Paul Peddle, S.C., of Spaniard's Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador and his colleagues, Senior Engineer Pierre Gallien and Leading Seaman Raymond C. Welcher, lost their lives on October 15, 1989 when their fast rescue craft overturned in an attempt to rescue a diver off Middle Cove, Newfoundland. Chief Officer Peddle was awarded the star of courage.
Vessel number 5 in the series.