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Navy League Youth Sailing Challenge Leads to Sailing Camp Scholarships

2018-09-11
On Thursday August 3, 2017, the New York Council of the Navy League partnered with the Manhattan...
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VIP Ships Tours

New York Council invites members and guests to join VIP tours, subject to the guidelines of the U.S. Navy. If interested, please call 212-825-7333, extension 1, for times and to sign up.

 

Fleet Week 2018 featured the following ships:

 

MANHATTAN PIER 90 queue from the north and exit to W 50th St.

Amphibious Transport Dock 684-foot San Antonio-class amphibious transport ships like this provide the Navy and Marine Corps with a modern amphibious platform that has the ability to embark, transport and land elements of a Marine Expeditionary Unit and Brigade.

 

Royal Canadian Navy Kingston-class coastal defense vessel 181-foot mechanical minesweepers like this have been in service since 1996. Its main mission is coastal surveillance and training.

 

MANHATTAN PIER 86 at the Intrepid

U.S. Naval Academy Yard Patrol Boats These four 119-foot midshipmen training vessels are used to teach familiarization with water craft, basic damage control and underway instruction of seamanship and navigation.

 

U.S. Coast Guard Fast Response Cutter This 154-foot Sentinal-c;ass fast response cutter is one of a new class of Coast Guard patrol boats, capable of deploying independently to conduct missions that include port, waterways and coastal security; fishery patrols; search and rescue operations; and national defense.

 

STATEN ISLAND HOMEPORT PIER at 305 Front St.

Littoral Combat Ship This 380-foot ship is a networked, agile, stealthy surface combatant, capable of defeating anti-access and asymmetric threats in hostile environments close to enemy shores.

 

Oceanographic Survey Ship This 353-foot multi-mission surface combatant performs accoustical, biologicl, physical and geophysical surveys. The resulting data provide much of the military's information on the ocean environment, helping improve technology in undersea warfare and enemy ship detection.

 

U.S. Coast Guard Medium Endurance Cutter 270-foot cutters like this are primarily assigned to law enforcement, defense operations and search and rescue missions. Drug interdiction, illegal immigrant operations and fisheries enforcement are some of their typical law enforcement operations.

 

U.S. Coast Guard Coastal Buoy Tender This 175-foot Keeper-class cutter is tasked with maintaining aids to navigation (ATON), search and rescue (SAR), law enforcement (LE), migrant interdiction, marine safety inspections, environmental protection and natural resources management.

 

BROOKLYN CRUISE TERMINAL at 72 Bowne St.

Guided Missile Destroyer This 505-foot modern vessel is a multi-mission anti-air warfare, anti-submarine warfare and anti-surface warfare surface combatant. Its armament has greatly expanded the role of the ship in strike warfare.

 

SUNY Maritime College at 6 Pennyfield Ave, Bronx.

Expeditionary Fast Transport This 337-foot Spearhead class fast transport is a high-speed, shallow draft vessel intended for rapid transport of medium-sized cargo. The EPF can reach speeds of 35–45 knots and allows for the rapid transit and deployment of conventional or special forces as well as equipment and supplies.

 

 

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