Haijian 52

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History
 People's Republic of China
Name: China Haijian 52 (CMS 52)
Owner: East China Sea Branch, State Oceanic Administration
Operator: 5th Marine Surveillance Fortilla, East China Sea Fleet, China Marine Surveillance
Launched: 1967
Commissioned: 2000
Homeport: Shanghai
General characteristics
Displacement: 2421 t (full load), 726 t (gross)
Length: 94.73 meters
Beam: 14 meters
Depth: 7.8 meters
Speed: 14.5 knots (cruise), 16 knots (maximum)

Haijian 52 (Chinese: 中国海监 52) is a China Marine Surveillance ship in the 5th Marine Surveillance Flotilla of the East China Sea Fleet. Originally christened as "Shijian" (English: practice, Chinese: 实践) and commissioned in 1967 as a comprehensive oceanic survey vessel, Haijian 52 joined CMS, East China Sea Fleet in 2000. It was planned to be inactive in 2007 but her service was extended.

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