CCG Fleet: Vessel Details

CCGS HUDSON

Hudson 1 (5x7)

320936
CGDG
General Operation
Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel
Ont. - Ottawa
Atlantic Region
N.S. - Dartmouth
Active
Crewing Regime
31
11
20
23
Layday
Certificates
Arctic Class 2
Unlimited - beyond 2000nm
Yes
5405279
Construction Details
Saint John SB & DD Ltd.
Steel
Canadian Coast Guard
1963
1963
Vessel Specifications
90.4
15.4
6.8
3.2
3444
1033
23100
105
10.5
17
105
1268
7.6
Helicopter Facilities
1
MBB - Bo105, Bell - 206L
Yes
138
Yes
28
Yes
Not Applicable
Engineering
Diesel Electric DC/DC
(4) x Alco - 251D
6469
(2) x Fixed Pitch
Yes
No
(1) x Caterpillar - 398
(2) x Caterpillar - 398
Scientific Equipment
Hydrographic
20
Oceanographic
20
Geo-Chem
40
General Purpose
18
No
Swan 29, Pengo 150
Power on Deck  Yes  Yes
Holds and Deck Space
200
Hatch Size : 3.6 x 2.3
405
Hatch Size : 3.6 x 2.3
70
80
204
132
Container Capacity
2
3
Deck Equipment
ARVA Telescopic
4.3
North Pacific Crane
3.3
Hampton Crane
4.3
Nylon Braid Rope
0
RHIB
Miranda Davit
Comms and Navigation Equipment
(1) x Harris - RF 3200
(1) x Magnavox MX 2400
(1) x Taiyo - TF733
(2) x Anschutz - Standard 20
Sperry Marine - Bridgemaster II - X Band
Sperry Marine - Bridgemaster II - S Band
(1) x ICAN Aldebaran II
(1) x OSL ECPINS
(1) x Comnav 2001
(1) x Sperry Marine - SRD-301
(1) x Magnavox - MX380
(1) x Taiyo - C338 HS
(1) x Elac - LAZ-4400
Vessel Images
Hudson 2 (5x7) small
Additional Information
Henry Hudson (1565-1611). Born in England, he is famous for his attempts to find the Northwest passage. In his searches, he spent time in what is modern New York, and laid the foundation for the Dutch colonization of the region. During his final journey, he discovered the straight, and the immense bay that would eventually be named for him. That winter while on the shore of James Bay, his crew mutinied, and left Hudson and his son, who were never seen again.
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