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Hamina  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1998
Total Production: 4
Also Known As: Rauma 2000 and Squadron 2000
Origin: Finland
Corporations: Hollming and STX Europe
Parent System: Rauma
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1990
Total Production: 8
Family Members: Rauma
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Description: The Rauma class fast attack crafts were designed to perform coastal defense missions in the Baltic Sea environment employing anti-ship missiles such as the RBS15. Moreover, the ship's design flexibility allows to perform anti-aircraft warfare as well as other missions. The Squadron 2000-class crafts, also known as Hamina and Rauma 2000, are an enhanced, heavier and far more faster derivative of proven Rauma-class fast attack boats. The improved 250-ton Hamina boats feature a hull made of aluminum and composite materiel powered by two waterjets. The Finnish Navy original plan was to procure two Squadron 2000 class vessels with the first one commissioned in 1998. As of early 2005, the Finnish Navy was expanding the scope of Squadron 2000 program for two additional ships to be commissioned in 2005 and 2006.

The Hamina-class boats equipment includes a 57mm Mk3 naval gun system, four RBS 15 anti-ship missiles, eight Umkhonto surface-to-air missiles, sea mines, and MASS countermeasures. In September 2005 EADS demonstrated the command and control, and reconnaissance systems provided to Finland's Squadron 2000 ships. These equipment consists of the Advanced Naval Combat System ANCS advanced data processing system, the TRS-3D radar and the Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar MSSR 2000 I Interrogator Friend or Foe (IFF). This milestone also marked the entry into service of the Finnish Navy's Hamina. The remaining ships in the Squadron 2000 class were scheduled to receive this equipment before the end of 2006. These missile boats are fitted with the CEROS 200 FCS fire control system and TRS-3D radar.

Hamina Specifications

Crew: 60
Number of Weapons: 12
Dimensions
Beam: 8.50 meter (27.9 foot)
Draft: 1.80 meter (5.91 foot)
Length: 51 meter (167 foot)
Main Gun Caliber: 57 millimeter
Power
Total Combined Power: 6,600 kW (8,847 hp)
Speed
Top Speed: 50 knot (25.7 mps)
Weight
Full Displacement: 250 ton
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Hamina News

There are 3 news between
12 Dec 2003 and 3 Mar 2011
Thursday, March 3, 2011Germany, Finland and Peru Navies Order MASS Countermeasure Systems
Monday, February 7, 200557mm Mk3 Naval Guns for Two More Finnish Squadron 2000 Vessels
Friday, December 12, 2003Saab to Supply Equipment for Finnish and Norwegian Navies

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Finland4
YearHoldings
20144
20124
20074
20064

Grand Total 41
Cannons & Gear
57mm Mk3x1
Defensive Weapons
Umkhontox8
Umkhonto Block 2x8
Offensive Weapons
RBS15 Mk3x4
Protection Systems
CEROS 200 FCS
MASS
Sensor Systems
TRS-3Dx1

Hamina Ship Listing


SerialNameStatusLaunch DateCommissionDecommission
74 Hamina-1998-
81 Tornio-May 2003-
82 Hanko-2005-
444 Pori-Aug 2006-

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