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The Type 720 Helgoland class tugs are large seagoing salvage tugs used by the German Navy. After the decommissioning of Helgoland, the class is now referred to as Fehmarn Klasse in the German Navy. As with other auxiliary ship classes in Germany, these tugboats are manned by a civilian crew.

Characteristics

  • Length:68 metres
  • Beam: 12.7 m
  • Draught: 4.4 m
  • Displacement: 1310 tonnes
  • Speed: 16.6 knots
  • Range: 6000 nautical miles


  • Complement: 45


List of ships

Pennant
number
Name Type/
Upgrade
Call
sign
Commissioned Decommissoned Base/fate
A1457 Helgoland 720A DRLE March 8, 1966 December 19, 1997 Sold to Uruguayan Navy as Oyardvide
A1458 Fehmarn 720B DRLF February 1, 1967 Olpenitzmarker
The ships are named after the German islands Helgoland (Heligolandmarker) and Fehmarnmarker.

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