Class of Ship:
Pegasas - Hydrofoil Missile Boat
EOS
CIC
SHIP’S CHARACTERISTICS
Awarded: Keel laid: Launched: Commissioned: Decommissioned: Builder: Length: Beam: Draft: Displacement: Complement: Propulsion: Weapons: Speed: Sensors:
October 20, 1977 January 7, 1980 November 5, 1981 September 18, 1982 July 30, 1993 Boeing, Seattle, WA (foils extended):  133 feet (less foils):  28 feet (foils retracted):  7.2 ft. (foils extended):  23.3 ft. (foilborne):  3 - 10 ft. Approx. 255 tons full load Officers  4 Enlisted  17
Foilborne: One 18,000 shp General Electric LM-2500 marine gas turbine coupled to a water jet propulsor. Hullborne: Two 1,600 bhp MTU V-8 diesel engines each producing 818 metric horsepower coupled to two water jet propulsors.
Eight RGM-84 Harpoon missiles contained in two MK-140 quad launchers ~ Range: 50 nm ~ Warhead: 488 lbs. One MK-75 76mm/62 caliber rapid fire OTO Melara gun ~ Range: 10 nm ~ Rate of Fire: 80 rounds per minute. Foilborne, in excess of 48 knots Hullborne, 12 knots
LN-66 Navigation Radar MK-92 Mod. 1 Fire Control System
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