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1 Canadian Coast Guard Fleet Renewal Conference: New Paradigms for Defence Procurement and Industrial Policy? 27 February 2012

2 2 Approved Projects Polar Icebreaker (1) –Budget announced 2008 ($800M) Offshore Fisheries Science Vessels (3) –Budget announced 2005 and 2007 ($244M) Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel (1) –Budget announced 2007 ($144.4M) Mid-Shore Patrol Vessels (9) –Budget announced 2005 and 2006 ($227M) Air Cushioned Vehicle (1) –Budget announced 2010 ($27.3M)

3 3 Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel (OFSV) Large multitasked offshore noise-reduced vessel primarily used for ecosystem and fishery science research

4 4 OFSV Principal Particulars LOA:55 m Fuel Oil Capacity365 m3 Beam:16.0 m Fresh Water Capacity38 m3 Depth: 8.7 m Lub Oil Capacity4.8 m3 Draft:6.1 m Water Ballast Capacity443 m3 Displacement: 2602 t Lightship with margins: 2028 t Installed Power: 4500 kW (3 X 1500 kW) Propulsion, integrated electric with single bow thruster: 2250 kW Accommodations: 34 (21 crew / 13 science & supernumerary) Berths Available: 35 Speed:13 knots Anti-roll tank Range: 6000 nm Endurance:31 days

5 5 Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel (OOSV) Large multitasked offshore noise-reduced vessel primarily used for oceanographic missions and geological; and hydrographic surveys

6 6 OOSV Vessel Principal Particulars LOA78.1mFuel Oil Capacity642 m3 Beam16mFresh Water Capacity78 m3 Depth9.1mLub Oil Capacity8.7 m3 Draft6.05mWater Ballast Capacity772 m3 Displacement3680 tLightship with margins 2600 t Installed Power 3870 kW (3 x 1290 kW)Diesel Electric with Azimuthing Thrusters and single bow thruster. Accommodations Speed Range Endurance 56 (33 crew / 23 science & supernumerary) % MCR knots 84 days (resupplied with perishable foods after 42 days) Anti-roll tank.

7 7 OOSV and OFSV Project Status Design Packages ready for discussion with shipyard selected under the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy –Vancouver Shipyards Inc. (SEASPAN) Design Package: –Construction Specification –Classification Society “Appraised” Drawings

8 8 Mid-Shore Patrol Vessel (MSPV) Medium sized vessel primarily used for maritime security and fisheries enforcement

9 9 MSPV Characteristics Length43 m Beam7.0 m Draft2.85 m Maximum Speed25 kt Cruising Speed14 kt Endurance14 days Range2000 nm Propellers2 controllable pitch propellers Power4930kW Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats 1 x 7.53m for Fisheries Enforcement variant and 2 x 7.53m for Maritime Security variant Crew14 people (9 CCG, 5 Fisheries Officers/RCMP)

10 10 MSPV vs. Sentinel CCGS Private Robertson V.C. ( Damen 4207) 43 metres 257 tonnes Endurance – 14 days MTU 12V 4000 M93L Speed – 25 knots Complement – 14 personnel Cost – $22M (CAD) per vessel Damen metres 349 tonnes Endurance – 5 days MTU 20V 4000 M93L Speed – 28 knots Complement – 22 personnel Cost - $44M (USD) per vessel

11 11 Air Cushion Vehicle (ACV) Medium sized, fast (up to 50 knots), multi-tasked vessel primarily used for search and rescue, aids to navigation, environmental response, flood control and icebreaking

12 12 ACV Principal Particulars The contract for construction of a new Air Cushion Vehicle was awarded to Griffon Hoverwork Ltd, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom on 15 March, 2011 The new vessel is scheduled for delivery in the fall of 2013 Length:28.5 metresInstalled Power: 3281 kW Beam:12.0 mComplement: 8 Depth: N/A Speed:50 kt Draft:N/ARange: 400 nm Maximum Weight:75 tonnesEndurance:12 Hours

13 13 Polar Icebreaker (Polar) Notional Vessel Particulars: IACS UR PC2 (Icebreaker) Length m Beam m Draught m Displacement approximately 16,000 tonnes Fully integrated diesel electric Installed power of 40 – 50 MW Design ice conditions of 2.5m / 700kPa Speed: 18 knots maximum / 3 knots icebreaking Complement of 60 crew / 40 mission personnel 270 days logistical endurance

14 14 Polar Mission Profile Unrestricted autonomous operations in Canadian Arctic and adjacent waters for nine months of the year (typically May – January);Unrestricted autonomous operations in Canadian Arctic and adjacent waters for nine months of the year (typically May – January); Capable of safely over-wintering;Capable of safely over-wintering; Occasional transit of tropical waters;Occasional transit of tropical waters; Primary purpose to deliver Government of Canada Programs in the Arctic; and,Primary purpose to deliver Government of Canada Programs in the Arctic; and, Supported Programs addressed by “Modular Mission Payload” approach.Supported Programs addressed by “Modular Mission Payload” approach.

15 15 Polar Area of Operations Source: Durham University - International Boundaries Research Unit

16 16 Polar - Project Status Preliminary Project Approval (PPA) granted by Treasury Board on June 11, Preliminary mission profile completed - validation of operational requirements complete - concept development work completed. Scenario-based approach to designing the ship – combination of rules-based and direct-design methodologies. Stakeholder engagement a key and important dimension – Operational Working Group, Science Working Group, Other Government Departments, Industry, International Experts. Design Services Contract awarded November 2011.

17 17 Polar - Key Project Milestones MILESTONETARGETACHIEVED Preliminary Project ApprovalSep 2009Jun 2009 Develop Vessel Essential Operational RequirementsJan 2010Feb 2010 Issue Letter of Interest for the Design StageJun 2010Jul 2010 Polar Icebreaker Industry DayOct 2010 Complete Conceptual Design WorkJan 2011Feb 2011 Issue Request for Proposal for the Detailed Design WorkJune 2011 Contract Award for the Detailed Design ServicesNov 2011 Completion of Design/ Delivery of Construction SpecificationOctober Effective Project ApprovalFall Award Construction ContractSpring Production Engineering and Materials ProcurementSpring 2014 – Fall Vessel ConstructionFall 2015 – Summer STW, Harbour Trials, Sea Trials and Provisional AcceptanceFall Vessel DeliveryFall 2017 Performance Trials and Final AcceptanceWinter End of Warranty PeriodSpring Project Closure2019--

18 18 Current Fleet Distribution Maritimes Region 6 Large Vessels 8 Small Vessels 10 SARLifeboats 5 Helicopters Québec Region 8 Large Vessels 4 Small Vessels 2 Hovercraft 7 SAR Lifeboats 6 Helicopters Pacific Region 7 Large Vessels 7 Small Vessels 2 Hovercraft 13 SAR Lifeboats 6 Helicopters Newfoundland and LabradorRegion 10 Large Vessels 2 Small Vessels 4 SAR Lifeboats 3 Helicopters Central and Arctic Region 5 Large Vessels 8 Small Vessels 11SARLifeboats 2 Helicopters Note: Fleet size and distribution on September 23, Does not include 14 vessels in disposal, 14 vessels in construction, and 1 vessel in reserve. 36 large vessels >33m 4 hovercraft 29 small vessels <33m 45 SAR Lifeboats 116 vessels 22 helicopters College 2 Training Vessels Davis Straight Georgia Straight Kitimat Sept-Îles

19 19 CCG Fleet – Arctic Icebreaker Transits (2011) Louis S. St. Laurent Henry Larsen Terry Fox Des Groseilliers Pierre Radisson Amundsen Sir Wilfred Laurier

20 20 Current Fleet Condition The Coast Guard fleet is aging and its condition is deteriorating: –78% of the large vessels exceed their operational life; –97% of large vessels require significant refurbishment or repair; and –Coast Guard’s youngest large vessels are over 20 years, its oldest over 45 years. Investing in the fleet is urgent – in particular, Coast Guard requires vessel life extensions on some of its larger vessels in order to avoid gaps in service until new vessels can be procured. Generally, such investments are not good value for money, but cannot be avoided given the time required for procurement. Projected end of service dates of Coast Guard’s classes of largest vessels and helicopters, assuming Vessel Life Extensions are carried out: In addition, some small vessels will require replacement but, for the most part, the remaining vessel classes are generally in better condition given recent investments. ClassProjected End of Service Date Helicopters2016 Medium Endurance Multi-Tasked Vessels Offshore Patrol Vessels Heavy Icebreakers Medium Icebreakers High Endurance Multi-Tasked Vessels Hovercraft2013 (funded replacement), 2023, 2034 Mid-Shore Patrol Vessels (funded replacements) Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessels2014 (funded replacement), 2024 Offshore Fisheries Science Vessels (funded replacements)

21 21 Fleet Renewal

22 22 Annex – Project Details Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel Mid-Shore Patrol Vessel Polar Icebreaker

23 23 OFSV Final Design

24 24 OFSV Science Lifting Equipment

25 25 OFSV Trawl Deck

26 26 OFSV Trawl Deck

27 27 OOSV Geophysics Mission

28 28 OOSV Benthic Science Mission

29 29 OOSV Atlantic Zone Monitoring Program Mission

30 30 OOSV Geologic Sampling Mission

31 31 MSPV Key Requirements Proven parent hull form 25.0 knots 2,000 nm Launch & recover 2 Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIB) in Sea State 5 14 people, 14 days Steel hull, aluminum superstructure

32 32 Polar - Modular Mission Approach

33 33 Polar - Modular Mission Approach

34 34 Polar - Modular Mission Approach


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