Río Segura

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The Spanish Civil Guard patrol ship Rio Segura is moored in Dakar, Senegal, March 8, 2014, during exercise Saharan Express 2014 140308-N-QY759-182.jpg
Patrol ship Rio Segura moored in Dakar, Senegal
History
Spain
Name: Río Segura
Namesake: Segura
Operator: Civil Guard
Ordered: 29 August 2008
Builder: Astilleros Gondán
Cost: €15,323,600
Yard number: C452
Laid down: 18 April 2010
Launched: 26 February 2011
Sponsored by: Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba
Homeport: Puntales Naval Station, Cádiz
Identification:
General characteristics
Displacement: 2,100 tonnes (2,100 long tons; 2,300 short tons)
Length: 73 m (240 ft)
Beam: 12 m (39 ft)
Propulsion: 2 × diesel engines 1.500 kW
Complement: 32

The Río Segura is the flagship patrol boat of the Maritime Service of the Spanish Civil Guard.[1] It is named after the Segura river in southeastern Spain.

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