Haijian 66

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 People's Republic of China
Name: China Haijian 66 (CMS 66)
Owner: East China Sea Branch, State Oceanic Administration
Operator: East China Sea Fleet, China Marine Surveillance
Builder: Changzhou Shipyard, Huangpu Shipbuilding
Commissioned: January 24, 2011
General characteristics
Class and type: 1,000t-class Type-II cutter
Displacement: 1,290 t
Length: 77.39 m
Beam: 10.4 m
Draught: 4 m
Propulsion: 4,760 shp
Speed: maximum > 20 knots
Range: 5,000 nmi

Haijian 66 (Chinese: 海监66) is a China Marine Surveillance (CMS) ship in the East China Sea Fleet . She is one of the fastest CMS ships in the second building plan. In February 2012, Haijian 66 obstructed Japanese survey vessel Syoyo (HL-01) in disputed waters near Okinawa.[1]

CMS ships of the same class, 1,000t-class Type-II, include Haijian 75.

Haijian 66 was renamed CCG-2166 in July 2013.


  1. ^ Wang, Huan (20 February 2012). "Haijian 66 Warns Japanese Survey Vessel that Entered Waters Around Diaoyu Islands" (in Chinese). Retrieved 27 May 2013.