CCG Fleet: Vessel Details

CCGS HENRY LARSEN

Henry Larsen 1 (5x7)

Official Number: 808731

Call Sign: CGHL

General Operation

Vessel Type: Medium Icebreaker

Port of Registry: Ottawa, Ontario

Home Region: Atlantic Region

Home Port: St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Vessel Status: Active

Crewing Regime

Complement: 31

Officers: 11

Crew: 20

Berths Available: 40

Crewing Regime: Layday

Certificates

Ice Class: Arctic Class 4

Class of Voyage: Unlimited - beyond 2000nm

MARPOL: Yes

IMO: 8409329

Construction Details

Builder: Versatile Pacific Inc., North Vancouver, British Columbia

Build Material: Steel

Owner: Canadian Coast Guard

Year Launched: 1987

Year in Service: 1987

Vessel Specifications

Length: 99.8 m (Metres)

Breadth: 19.6 m (Metres)

Draft: 7.3 m (Metres)

Freeboard: 3.8 m (Metres)

Gross Tonnage: 6166.5 t (Tons)

Net Tonnage: 1756.6 t (Tons)

Cruising Range: 20000 nm (Nautical Miles)

Endurance: 90 d (Days)

Cruising Speed: 13.5 kts (Knots)

Maximum Speed: 16.0 kts (Knots)

Fresh Water: 175.00 m3 (Cubic Metres)

Fuel Capacity: 1650.00 m3 (Cubic Metres)

Fuel Consumption: 22.00 m3/d (Cubic Metres)

Helicopter Facilities

Helicopter Capacity: 1

Type(s): MBB Bo105, Bell 206L

Flight Deck: Yes

Area: 310.0 m2 (Square Metres)

Hangar: Yes

Area: 97.0 m2 (Square Metres)

Storage: Yes

Fuel: 22.0 m3 (Cubic Metres)

Engineering

Propulsion: Diesel Electric AC/AC

Main Engines: 

(3) x Wartsilla Vasa 16V32

Power: 12174kw (KiloWatts)

Propellers: (2) x Fixed Pitch

Bow thrusters: Yes

Stern thrusters: No

Emergency Generator: (1) x Caterpillar 3508

Generators: 

(1) x Wartsila 6L22
(1) x Caterpillar 3512

Scientific Equipment

Laboratory Type: Special Chart Room

Area: 34.0 Area (Area)

Scientific LAN: Yes

Winches: No

Sounders: Not Applicable

Power on Deck (Hydraulic): No  (Electrical): No

Holds and Deck Space

Hold #1: 372.0 m3 (Cubic Metres)

Hatch Size:  2.0 x 2.0

Hold #2: 165.0 m3 (Cubic Metres)

Hatch Size:  1.5 x 1.5

Main Deck: 220.0 m2 (Square Metres)

Boat Deck: 124.0 m2 (Square Metres)

Forcastle: 120.0 m2 (Square Metres)

After Deck: 190.0 m2 (Square Metres)

Container Capacity

Focsle: 2

Flight Deck: 1

Deck Equipment

Main Hoist:  Jacob Seacrane

SWL: 8.5 t (Tons)

Crane #1:  Jacob Seacrane

SWL: 10.0 t (Tons)

Crane #2:  Jacob Seacrane

SWL: 10.0 t (Tons)

Towing Equipment: Winch

Bollard Pull: 20.0 t (Tons)

Workboat #1: RHIB

Launcher:  Miranda Davit

Workboat #2: SP Barge

Launcher: Jacob Seacrane

Comms and Navigation Equipment

VHF AM: 

(1) x Icom IC-A110

VHF FM: 

(5) x Sailor RT-146
(2) x Skanti 3000

HF: 

(1) x Motorola Micom
(2) x Rockwell HF80

SatComms: 

(1) x Westinghouse Series 1000 Msat
(1) x Nera B Inmarsat
(1) x Sailor SC4000 Iridium

Weather Fax: 

(1) x Furuno Fax 207

Gyro: 

(2) x Sperry SR2100

Radars: 

Sperry Marine Bridgemaster E - X Band
Sperry Marine Bridgemaster E - S Band
Sperry Marine Bridgemaster II - X Band

Electronic Charts: 

(1) x ICAN Aldebaran II

Auto Pilot: 

(1) x Sperry ADG 3000

Speed Logs: 

(1) x Sperry Marine SRD-331

GPS: 

(1) x Northstar 941X
(1) x SAAB R4 (AIS)

MF DF: 

(1) x Taiyo C338 HS

VHF DF: 

(1) x OAR Cubic DF4400

Depth Sounders: 

(1) x Sperry Marine ES-5100
Vessel Images
Other Images
Henry Larsen 2 (5x7) bow
Henry Larsen 3 Lg
Henry Larsen 4 Lg
Additional Information

Vessel Accomplishments: Coming Soon

Biographical Information: Henry Asbjørn Larsen (1899-1964). Born in Frederickstad, Norway, Henry Larsen immigrated to Canada in 1927 and joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police a year later. Serving on the St. Roch as a mate and eventually as captain, the ship was tasked with supplying remote northern outposts. In 1940 Larsen captained the St. Roch as it became the second vessel to cross Northwest Passage, and the first to do so from west to east. This accomplishment was recognized when Larsen and his crew were awarded the Polar Medal in 1942 by King George VI.

Modernization Information: Coming Soon