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    Este sería el buque escogido para reemplazar al aldea ( 3 unidades???)
    https://www.defensa.com/chile/asi-di...a-construccion

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    Confirmado el modelo del nuevo buque multipropósito para la Armada chilena.
    https://www.infodefensa.com/latam/20...te-armada.html

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    Vard Marine from Canada to develop design of new multipurpose transport vessel for Chilean Navy
    Naval News January 2021 Navy Forces Maritime Defense Industry
    POSTED ON SATURDAY, 23 JANUARY 2021 20:36



    According to information published by the InfoDefensa website on January 19, 2021, the Chilean Navy has selected the Canadian company Vard Marine to develop the design of a new multipurpose transport vessel.

    Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001Vard Marine (VARD) is a naval architecture and marine engineering company with headquarter in Canada. (Picture source Vard Marine)

    Vard Marine Inc was one of the three shortlisted companies selected for the Request of Information and Interest of Prequalification international tender. According to the Canadian shipyard, the contract design for the new multipurpose transport vessel for the Chilean Navy was signed in December 2020.

    Vard Marine (VARD) is a naval architecture and marine engineering company with headquarter in Canada. The company has broad experience in all aspects of ship design including specialized analyses, such as computational fluid dynamics, seakeeping analysis, and finite element analysis.

    The design contract awarded to Vard Marine will allow the construction of a new multipurpose transport vessel that will replace the LST-92 Rancagua, LST-95 Chacabuco landing ships and AP-41 Aquiles cargo transport vessel.

    The LST-92 and LST-95 are landing ship built for the Chilean Navy by the Industrial Plant at ASMAR in Talcahuano. These ships were built based on the design of Batral-class landing ship of the French Navy, according to an agreement between Chilean and French governments.

    https://www.navyrecognition.com/inde...lean-navy.html

    Otras adjudicaciones de VARD: https://vardmarine.com/about/news-events/

    Aquí todos los diseños de uso naval: https://vardmarine.com/vessels/vard-...atrol-vessels/

    Y como dijeron que tenía cierta capacidad polar:



    Type:
    Auxiliary Support Vessel
    Class:
    Multi-Purpose Logistics Vessel
    Design:
    VARD 7 312

    Length Overall
    125.0 m
    Breadth
    22.0 m
    Depth Main Deck
    14.0 m
    Design Draft
    5.4 m
    Speed
    21 kn
    Power
    19,000 kW

    The VARD 7 312 is a logistics vessel designed for the projection and support of forces, amphibious operations and control, support of maritime special ops, and humanitarian assistance. It has amphibious/well deck capabilities and can accommodate up to 250 troops. The vessel will be able to operate in international waters and also in the Antarctic region in the summer.

    https://vardmarine.com/gallery/vard-7-312/
    Serie 7-312 de 125 metros de eslora es la evolución del Vard Serie 7-310 (el Aquiles)

    En su brochure se vuelve a mencionar:
    "Reinforced structure – PC7
    Capable of 15 knots in SS6
    Side ramp access to >450 m2 RoRo space to accommodate 20 x 30 MT trucks
    Organic aviation facilities suited for two medium or one heavy helicopter
    11,000 nm range at 12 knots in sea state 4"
    https://vardmarine.com/wp-content/up...nfographic.pdf

    Para el caso del 7-313, en su descripción no se menciona este detalle:
    https://vardmarine.com/gallery/vard-7-313/

    El 7-313 si tiene la forma de un LPD con más capacidad para operaciones aéreas y compuerta trasera:



    The VARD 7 313 is a multi-purpose logistics vessel designed as a flexible
    platform to aid in force projection, maritime special operations, EEZ patrol,
    and humanitarian assistance. The vessel has significant capabilities for offloading heavy equipment, carrying cargo, transporting troops, launching
    boats, and supporting aviation.

    An internal ro-ro deck accommodates a variety of equipment including
    tanks, trucks, and ISO containers which can be efficiently loaded from
    a pier via ramps on the stern and vessel’s side. Two full-breadth cargo
    holds located beneath the ro-ro deck provide extra storage capacity, while
    protected areas forward house expansive troop accommodations providing
    safe and comfortable passage for embarked personnel.

    Large open deck areas on each side of the vessel provide secure stowage
    for two 15 m landing craft and two 11 m RHIBs. Aviation facilities include
    a flight deck capable of landing two medium lift helicopters and a hangar
    accommodating four. Expansive medical facilities are readily accessible
    from the flight and boat decks. Substantial internal area is dedicated to
    configurable offices and operations areas to support missions.


    https://vardmarine.com/wp-content/up...VARD-7-313.pdf



    En una de esas es el 7-313 de 130 metros de eslora con casco reforzado para emplearse en la Antártica.

    El patio de construcción naval de ASMAR-T tiene medida de <166 m de eslora, por lo que ambos entran.

    Veamos que modelo terminan anunciando.

    Saludos
    Last edited by HernanSCL; 26-01-2021 at 01:33 PM. Reason: video

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    Hay que tener presente que si la Armada quiere seguir teniendo la configuracion de proyeccion ,multirol y servicio de apoyo a bajo costo
    ...Y que los buques a reemplazar son :
    Dos barcazas LST (Transporte de material blindado rodante y carga logística) de varamiento en playa de tamaño intermedio.

    Yo creo que entra el modelo Vard 7 212.

    Un LSDH (Transporte de lanchas de desembarco,material rodante,helicópteros y tropas).

    Entra como unico reemplazante el VARD 7 213.
    Pero se pierde la capacidad helitransportada. La capacidad de dique y lanchas de asalto.


    Un AP (buque transporte de pasajeros y tropas)

    Y acá esta la duda pues el modelo VARD 7 212 (menos el 213) no ofrece la capacidad y comodidad de pasajeros. Menos que necesita una cubierta de camarotes Vip para RR.PP en tiempos de paz.Y la función de apoyo a zonas aisladas con comodidad básica para pasajeros civiles. .

    A menos que sea el diseño orinal modificado para copiar la configuración del actual AP Aquiles.

    Seria entonces 2 del modelo 212 para las Batral y Aquiles(diseño modificado).Y un 213 para reemplazar al Aldea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOORMAN View Post
    Hay que tener presente que si la Armada quiere seguir teniendo la configuracion de proyeccion ,multirol y servicio de apoyo a bajo costo
    ...Y que los buques a reemplazar son :
    Dos barcazas LST (Transporte de material blindado rodante y carga logística) de varamiento en playa de tamaño intermedio.

    Yo creo que entra el modelo Vard 7 212.

    Un LSDH (Transporte de lanchas de desembarco,material rodante,helicópteros y tropas).

    Entra como unico reemplazante el VARD 7 213.
    Pero se pierde la capacidad helitransportada. La capacidad de dique y lanchas de asalto.


    Un AP (buque transporte de pasajeros y tropas)

    Y acá esta la duda pues el modelo VARD 7 212 (menos el 213) no ofrece la capacidad y comodidad de pasajeros. Menos que necesita una cubierta de camarotes Vip para RR.PP en tiempos de paz.Y la función de apoyo a zonas aisladas con comodidad básica para pasajeros civiles. .

    A menos que sea el diseño orinal modificado para copiar la configuración del actual AP Aquiles.

    Seria entonces 2 del modelo 212 para las Batral y Aquiles(diseño modificado).Y un 213 para reemplazar al Aldea.

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    Habían dicho 3 seguros por las Batral y el Aquiles... más un cuarto sólo probable como eventual reemplazo del Aldea (en condicional).

    Sobre el 212 me parece que los camarotes están un nivel abajo de la cubierta (ver ventanas redondas, igual que en el Aquiles aquí van los camarotes. Todos los años ocupan en AP para seminarios de titulación de la Academia Diplomática y ANEPE mientras lleva provisiones a Punta Arenas. Nos tomó en Puerto Montt cuando egresé)

    Concuerdo contigo en que el 212 es una solución de continuidad del Aquiles que es un 210, pero si hubiese que elegir un modelo base para modificar me quedaría con un 213 (ya ves que tiene además pescantes para LCM que compensan cuando hay que ir a zonas sin instalación portuaria tal y como lo hacen las LST). Otra razón para partir con el 213 es que tiene puerta RO-RO en popa (ya tiene la salida diseñada) donde se podría jugar (pienso en dos unidades sólo con esa puerta y una iteración de un par con deck inundable -mirándolo se me hace más facil que intentarlo con un 212 de base-). Otro elemento vital es la capacidad Passenger Vessel Ice Class 1B que el Aquiles ya tiene y allí podría jugar un reforzamiento del casco como se hizo con las OPV-83/84. Finalmente, el espacio para operaciones aéreas en el 213 es muy superior, y cuando no hay dos helos hay más espacio para contenedores. El 213 me parece más flexible.

    Otra modificación que le haría es en proa, sacaría ese cañón y prolongaría un poco para tener más espacio para llevar cosas como contenedores, barcazas o vehículos (un pequeño espacio con otra grua en proa).

    Saludos

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    Thumbs up Se anuncia el modelo elegido para construcción en ASMAR: el VARD-7-411

    Al final resultó en un modelo ad-hoc que no estaba en el catálogo:

    VARD MARINE ANNOUNCES A NEW CONTRACT FOR THE DESIGN OF AN AMPHIBIOUS AND MILITARY SEA TRANSPORT SHIP FOR THE CHILEAN NAVY ESCOTILLÓN IV PROGRAM

    Posted on February 1, 2021


    Vard 7 411 amphibious military sea transport vessel
    Vard Amphibious & Military Sea Transport Vessel for the Chilean Navy

    Vard Marine Inc. has been awarded the contract to design an Amphibious and Military Transport Vessel for the Chilean Navy by ASMAR Shipbuilding & Ship Repair Company. The ships will be constructed at the ASMAR shipyard in Talcahuano, Chile. These multi-role vessels will be capable of operating throughout the Pacific and Southern Ocean with services to include logistic support, search and rescue (SAR) missions, troop and asset movement and deployment, and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) operations. The new vessel will be based on existing Vard Series 7 designs and will be specially adapted to the specific requirements of the Chilean Navy, incorporating the latest generation of integrated well-dock systems enabling the carriage and deployment of a wide range of containerized and vehicle cargo, landing craft, helicopters and rescue boats, for logistics, SAR and HADR missions.

    Wade Carson, President of Vard Marine Inc., said:

    “This program will be our fourth successful collaboration with ASMAR, including the design of the venerable AP 41 Aquiles, one of the vessels that, after an accomplished and storied career, the Escotillón IV Program will replace. Vard Marine has a long and successful history of designing specialized vessels tailored to meet unique combinations of user requirements and operational environments. This contract award is an important step in further solidifying Vard Marine’s standing in the global naval market as a proven designer of client-focused specialized multi-role vessels. We very much look forward to working with our friends at ASMAR Shipbuilding & Ship Repair Company in bringing a vital capability to the Armada de Chile.”

    Vard Marine is a consulting naval architecture and marine engineering company with Canadian operations located in Vancouver and Ottawa, and American operations located in Houston, Texas. The company offers professional ship design, engineering, and shipbuilding technology services. More information on Vard Marine can be found at https://vardmarine.com

    ASMAR is a Chilean state-owned company, operating in the shipbuilding and defence industries, whose main activity is to provide maintenance and repair services for the Chilean Navy, and for domestic and foreign vessels. In conjunction with this, ASMAR builds self-propelled and non-self-propelled vessels for the Navy and other customers. For this purpose, the Company is organized in three industrial plants located in Valparaiso, Talcahuano and Punta Arenas, with Corporate Headquarters located in Valparaiso. More information on ASMAR can be found at https://asmar.cl

    https://vardmarine.com/amphibious-an...navy-contract/

    Estaremos atentos a cuando se publiquen las especificaciones.

    Saludos

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    Comparación de tamaño entre el chileno LSDH Aldea y un LPD clase Antonio estadounidense.:





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