CCGC Cape Sutil

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CCGC Cape Sutil at CCG Station Port Hardy.

The CCGC Cape Sutil is a Canadian Coast Guard Search and Rescue lifeboat stationed at CCG Station Port Hardy.[1][2] She was commissioned by Herb Dhaliwal, the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, on August 1, 2000, in her home port of Port Hardy British Columbia, a port near the Northern tip of Vancouver Island.

Specifications[1]
characteristic value
complement 4
propulsion 2 x diesel-electric producing 675 Kilowatts
length 14.6 metres
beam 4.27 metres
draught 1.37 metres
cruising speed 22 knots
range 200 nautical miles
tonnage
gross 33.8 grt
net 25.3 nrt

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Vessels, Aircraft and Hovercraft: CCGC Cape Sutil, Canadian Coast Guard, November 7, 2007. Retrieved on 2008-03-04.
  2. COAST GUARD MOTOR LIFEBOAT CCGC SUTIL CHRISTENED TODAY IN PORT HARDY, BC, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, August 1, 2000. Retrieved on 2008-03-04. “Herb Dhaliwal, the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and MP for Vancouver-South Burnaby, is visiting the Port Hardy area today. The Minister will christen a lifeboat and plans to observe a salmon test fishery vessel. He also plans to visit a fish processing plant and tour the Central Coast Area office and Coast Guard facilities in Port Hardy.”