CCG Fleet: Vessel Details

CCGS HENRY LARSEN

Henry Larsen 1 (5x7)

808731
CGHL
General Operation
Medium Icebreaker
Ont. - Ottawa
Atlantic Region
N.L. - St. John's
Active
Crewing Regime
31
11
20
40
Layday
Certificates
Arctic Class 4
Unlimited - beyond 2000nm
Yes
8409329
Construction Details
Versatile Pacific Inc.
Steel
Canadian Coast Guard
1987
1987
Vessel Specifications
99.8
19.6
7.3
3.8
6166.5
1756.6
20000
90
13.5
16
175
1650
22
Helicopter Facilities
1
MBB - Bo105, Bell - 206L
Yes
310
Yes
97
Yes
22
Engineering
Diesel Electric AC/AC
(3) x Wartsilla Vasa - 16V32
12174
(2) x Fixed Pitch
Yes
No
(1) x Caterpillar - 3508
(1) x Wartsila - 6L22
(1) x Caterpillar - 3512
Scientific Equipment
Special Chart Room
34
Yes
No
Power on Deck  No  Yes
Holds and Deck Space
372
Hatch Size : 2 x 2
165
Hatch Size : 1.5 x 1.5
220
124
120
190
Container Capacity
2
1
Deck Equipment
Jacob Seacrane
8.5
Jacob Seacrane
10
Jacob Seacrane
10
Winch
20
RHIB
Miranda Davit
SP Barge
Jacob - Seacrane
Comms and Navigation Equipment
(1) x Icom - IC-A110
(5) x Sailor - RT-146
(2) x Skanti - 3000
(1) x Motorola - Micom
(2) x Rockwell - HF80
(1) x Westinghouse Series 1000 Msat
(1) x Nera B Inmarsat
(1) x Sailor SC4000 Iridium
(1) x Furuno - Fax 207
(2) x Sperry - SR2100
Sperry Marine - Bridgemaster E - X Band
Sperry Marine - Bridgemaster E - S Band
Sperry Marine - Bridgemaster II - X Band
(1) x ICAN Aldebaran II
(1) x Sperry ADG 3000
(1) x Sperry Marine - SRD-331
(1) x Northstar - 941X
(1) x SAAB - R4 (AIS)
(1) x Taiyo - C338 HS
(1) x OAR - Cubic DF4400
(1) x Sperry Marine - ES-5100
Vessel Images
Henry Larsen 2 (5x7) bow
Henry Larsen 3 Lg
Henry Larsen 4 Lg
Additional Information
Henry Asbjrn Larsen (1899-1964). Born in Frederickstad, Norway, Henry Larsen immigrated to Canada in 1927 and joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police a year later. Serving on the St. Roch as a mate and eventually as captain, the ship was tasked with supplying remote northern outposts. In 1940 Larsen captained the St. Roch as it became the second vessel to cross Northwest Passage, and the first to do so from west to east. This accomplishment was recognized when Larsen and his crew were awarded the Polar Medal in 1942 by King George VI.
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