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BRP Cape San Agustin (MRRV-4408)
« on: November 06, 2017, 01:03:30 PM »
Administrator's note: This is how this vessel was funded.

JICA and GOP sign agreement for ODA on maritime safety
December 16, 2013

https://www.jica.go.jp/philippine/english/office/topics/news/131216.html

December 14 -- The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has signed a 18.732 billion Japanese Yen loan agreement with the Government of the Philippines to further boost maritime safety and enhance the capabilities of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG).

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The ODA loan project involves the construction of ten 40-meter Multi-Role Response Vessels (MRRVs) that is set to augment the Philippine Coast Guard Fleet operations. The said MRRVs are expected to contribute to maritime safety, maritime law enforcement, monitoring, pollution control, disaster response, and among others. Advanced shipbuilding technologies from Japan will be adopted in the construction of the vessels. Further, the project would also involve human resource development of PCG to improve skills in operating and maintaining the MRRVs.

"This initiative combines enhancing the Philippine capability on search and rescue responsibilities with disaster response and maritime safety. Since the Philippines is an archipelago, maritime safety is critical to the country's socio-economic development," said Takahiro Sasaki, JICA Chief Representative in the Philippines.


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Re: BRP Cape San Agustin (MRRV-4408)
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2018, 08:18:35 PM »
From: https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=142756716392991&id=112152289453434

PCG:Sailing Crew of MRRV 4408 Cape San Agustin led by its Commanding Officer LT Jeffrey R Collado PCG paid a courtesy call to Philippine Ambassador to Japan Hon. Jose Plaurel at the Philippine consulate in Tokyo Japan.

The sailing Crew will undergo one month familiarization training onboard MRRV Cape San Agustin and scheduled to arrive in the Philippine Coast Guard on March 2018.


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Re: BRP Cape San Agustin (MRRV-4408)
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2018, 04:02:31 AM »
New Philippine Coast Guard ship to patrol Philippine Rise
Evelyn Macairan (The Philippine Star) - February 24, 2018 - 12:01am

MANILA, Philippines — The latest ship of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) that is expected to arrive from Japan on Thursday would immediately be sent to conduct patrols in the Philippine Rise to ensure that the country’s rich marine resources in the area are protected.

PCG spokesman Captain Armand Balilo yesterday said the seventh multi-role response vessel that would be named BRP Cape San Agustin left Yokohama, Japan yesterday and is expected to arrive in Manila on Thursday.

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Read more at https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2018/02/24/1790900/new-philippine-coast-guard-ship-patrol-philippine-rise#X3KHSPzboxDxYQca.99

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Re: BRP Cape San Agustin (MRRV-4408)
« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2018, 06:08:18 PM »
Philippine’s seventh Parola-class patrol vessel arrives home | Janes - 02 March 2018
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Vessel movement analysis by Jane’s via the IHS Markit’s AISLive portal on 2 March indicates that the platform, which will be in service as BRP Cape San Agustin with pennant number 4408, departed Tokyo Bay on 23 February, and has now arrived in Manila Bay.

Cape San Agustin joins six existing MRRVs that were commissioned by the PCG between October 2016 and November 2017. The vessels were ordered under a government programme known as the Maritime Safety Capability Improvement Project for the PCG (Phase II).

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Re: BRP Cape San Agustin (MRRV-4408)
« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2018, 11:51:26 AM »
Coast Guard to commission into service two more ships
Published March 27, 2018, 6:35 PM
By Raymund Antonio

https://news.mb.com.ph/2018/03/27/coast-guard-to-commission-into-service-two-more-ships/

PCG spokesman Capt. Armand Balilo said the ships to be commissioned are the 44-meter multirole response vessels (MRRVs) named BRP Cape San Agustin and BRP Cabra.

BRP Cape San Agustin was named after a cultural heritage situated in Mindanao while BRP Cabra was named after an old lighthouse in Cabra Island in Lubang, Occidental Mindoro, according to PCG.

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The Coast Guard said these MRRVs have “fire monitors, night vision camera, radio direction finder, work boat, and bullet-proof navigation bridge.

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Re: BRP Cape San Agustin (MRRV-4408)
« Reply #5 on: February 05, 2019, 04:04:12 PM »
Coast Guard rescues three seaweed farmers off Celebes Sea
Published: 12 January 2019

http://www.coastguard.gov.ph/index.php/notice-to-mariners/notam2019a/february-2019/11-news/2767-coast-guard-rescues-three-seaweed-farmers-off-celebes-sea

PCG: Elements of BRP Cape San Agustin (MRRV-4408) together with Special Operation Unit-South Western Mindanao personnel rescued three individuals last 09 January 2018 who went missing at vicinity waters of Celebes sea.

The three missing individuals are seaweed farmers identified as Bakri Nuli, 30 yrs old from Sitangkai Tawi-Tawi; Michael Suwaib, 35 yrs old; and Al Mujer Anim, 18 years old both from Isabela Basilan.

According to the three survivors, they left Bongao, Tawi-Tawi last 22 December 18 going to Sitangkai using bote bangka “Reebok” yamaha with outboard motor. At 06:00 pm of the same date, the motor boat encountered engine trouble where in the operator was not able to rectify which cause the boat to drift away going to Celebes Sea.

On January 3, 2018 fishing banca San Andres 757, owned and operated by San Andres Fishing Industries, Inc (SAFI) from General Santos City, spotted said persons and immediately rendered assistance. The said F/b crew reported the said incident to their agent in General Santos City who then immediately reported to Coast Guard Station General Santos.

With proper coordination to CG District South Western Mindanao, the BRP Cape San Agustin proceeded to rendezvous area and rendered necessary assistance to the rescued individuals.

Upon arrival at Ben Go Wharf, Zamboanga City, the three survivors were turned over to CGS Zamboanga and were brought to Camp Navarro Hospital at Western Mindanao Command.