PCG's second multi-role responsevessel (MRRV) launched in Japan

PCG's second multi-role responsevessel (MRRV) launched in Japan

Its nearly finished!

The Japan made Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) second 97-meter multirole response vessel (MRRV) was launched at the Mitsubishi Shimonoseki shipyard in Yamaguchi, Japan, where the ship was lowered to the water for the first time since its construction.

(screengrabbed from PCG FB account)

The ship is the second of two MRRVs acquired by the PCG and will be among its largest assets to date.

Transportation Secretary Arturo Tugade in his speech observed how this project has reflected the strong ties between Japan and the Philippines.

Tugade recognized Japan as the Philippines' closest development partner, reinforced by its continued contribution to the Philippine growth story.

He stressed how the MRRV will significantly improve the PCG's response capabilities in maritime search and rescue, maritime law enforcement, humanitarian assistance, and disaster response operations.

"These new vessels represent a significant step forward in our continuing efforts to modernize the Philippine Coast Guard. Moreover, these vessels, with their modern equipment and capabilities, will safeguard our country's maritime resources and ensure the observance of rule of law in the Philippines' maritime jurisdiction," Tugade said.

The first 97-meter MRRV was launched in July. Both ships will be officially turned over to the Philippines in 2022.

PCG statement

The 97-meter MRRVs, modeled after the Japan Coast Guard (JCG) Kunigami-class vessels, are expected to improve the PCG's maritime security and maritime safety capabilities.

Said vessels measure approximately 97 meters, have a maximum speed of not less than 24 knots, and an endurance of not less than 4,000 nautical miles. The ships are capable of conducting sustained maritime patrols in the country’s maritime jurisdictions, including the West Philippine Sea and Philippine Rise.


In addition, the two vessels will significantly boost the capabilities of the PCG in conducting maritime search and rescue, maritime law enforcement, as well as humanitarian assistance and disaster response operations. (PCG FB account)



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