HNLMS Evertsen (F805)

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For other ships of the same name, see HNLMS Evertsen.
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Career (Netherlands) Royal Netherlands Navy jack
Laid down: 6 September 2001
Launched: 19 April 2003
Commissioned: 10 June 2005
Status: In service
General characteristics
Class and type: De Zeven Provinciën class frigate
Displacement: 6,050 tonnes (full load)
Length: 144.24 m
Beam: 18.80 m
Draft: 5.18 m
Propulsion: Combined diesel and gas

2 × Wärtsilä 16 V26 diesel engines, 4.2 MW (5,600 hp) each
2 × Rolls Royce Spey SM 1C gas turbines, 18.5 MW (24,800 hp) each

4 × GEC Alsthom Paxman diesel-generators, 1,650 kW (2,210 hp) each (To be replaced by Wärtsilä)
2 × propeller shafts, controllable pitch propellers
Speed: 28 knots
Complement: 174 (202 incl. command staff)
Sensors and
processing systems:
Thales Nederland SMART-L long-range air and surface surveillance radar

Thales Nederland APAR air and surface search, tracking and guidance radar (I band)
DECCA NAV navigation radar
Thales Nederland Scout (Low Probability of Intercept)surface search/navigation radar
Thales Nederland Sirius IRST long-range infrared surveillance and tracking system
Thales Nederland Mirador optical surveillance and tracking system
Atlas Elektronik DSQS-24C hull-mounted sonar

MK XII IFF system
Armament: Guns:
Aircraft carried: 1 x NH-90 helicopter

HNLMS Evertsen (F805) (Dutch: Zr.Ms. Evertsen) is the fourth De Zeven Provinciën class frigate of the Royal Netherlands Navy.

The (then) Hr Ms Evertsen visited South Africa in late 2007 as part of a NATO task force on a friendship visit. From February till June 2008 she was patrolling the Somalian waters for the World Food Programme. She was back in these same waters in 2009 for operation Atalanta. In early December 2009, she was involved in the capture of a group of Somali pirates, who had allegedly attacked the merchant ship BBC Togo.[1]

As of 2014, Commander Jos Oppeneer is HNLMS Evertsen‍ '​s commanding officer.[2]

HNLMS Evertsen (F805) at anchor near Plymouth Hoe (May 2007), England

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