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Historical Patrolboats of the Austrian Armed Forces

After reaching the end of their service life in 2006, the Austrian Bundesheer’s two largest patrol boats ‘Niederösterreich’ and ‘Oberst Brecht’ became museum pieces. Since these are unique specimens, they are of particular historical interest for the documentation of Austrian military history at the time of the Cold War. Their presentation to the general public is the main focus, but the hands-on boat enthusiasts and veterans of military and civil shipping in the ‘Marinekameradschaft Admiral Erzherzog Franz Ferdinand’ (Marine Fellowship Admiral Erzherzog Franz Ferdinand) also make sure that the boats are cared for and maintained in operating condition.

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Patrolboat NIEDERÖSTERREICH

Patrolboat NIEDEÖSTERREICH

Waterdisplacement:  73,06 t.
Length over all: 29,64 m,
Beam: 5,41 m.
Draft: 1,10 m.
Top level: 8,11 m, plus antenna
Shell 9-12 mm Aluminium.
Armour 8 mm VOEST special-steel.
Speed: 41 km/h consumption of 2 x 150 Liter diesel fuel per hour
Outreach with full tanks Tanks 9,3: 1700 km.

Patrolboat OBERST BRECHT

Patrolboat OBERST BRECHT

Patrolboat OBERST BRECHT

Technical Data:
Waterdisplacement:  10,83 t.
Length over all: 12,30 m,
Beam: 2,51 m.
Draft: 0,80 m.
Toplevel : 3,30 m, plus antenna 1,90 m.
Shell of steel 4-6 mm.
2 Rudders.
Speed: 27 km/h.
Outreach with one tank 500 l: 300 km.