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  • * R Adm Bernhard H. Teuteberg Chief Director Maritime Strategy South African Navy

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  • *The aim of this presentation is to provide a personal perspective of the potential of multi purpose Offshore Patrol Vessels for Africa

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  • IntroductionBrief Analysis of ChallengesThe Role of Navies and/or CoastguardsRoles and Functions (Missions) of a Multi-Purpose Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV)Key Design Features of an OPVLife Cycle ManagementKey Success FactorsRecommendationsConclusion

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  • Capacity and Capacity Building*SADC Maritime Security Strategy

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  • Africa has witnessed the resurgence of the age old global problems of piracy, human trafficking and dumping of toxic waste on its coastal waters. This is further to illegal fishing which has been going on for decades unnoticed, for the most part, by poorly equipped African states. In particular, the rapid escalation of piracy activity off the coast of Somalia and the Gulf of Guinea has alarmed African states and, more so, the international community. *

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  • Security Challenges

    Terrorism, Piracy and Political InstabilityMoney-Laundering, Illegal Arms and Drug TraffickingIllegal Oil BunkeringHuman TraffickingInsufficient Enforcement Assets/Domain AwarenessGrowth Challenges

    Securing Inland WaterwaysInsufficient/Insecure Commercial PortsSub-Optimal Transport IntegrationHydrography and Marine Cartography*

  • Environmental Challenges

    Threat to Renewable and Non-Renewable ResourcesNatural DisastersToxic Waste DisposalClimate ChangeHealth ChallengesTheft of Renewable Resources Organisational Challenges

    Priorities & ResourcesVisible Return on InvestmentCo-operation Agreements and Legal/Jurisdiction

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  • *UNCLOS 1982: Maritime Zones

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  • Patrol Vessels

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  • Search and RescueHydrographyPolicing: Enforcement of State Authority at Sea:

    Anti-piracy, Anti-terrorismAnti-smuggling (narcotics, weapons, humans, etc)Resource protection, Illegal ImmigrationPollution ControlMilitary:

    SurveillanceProtection of Offshore PlatformsFlag VerificationProtection of Commercial Trade

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  • 20%80%

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    SerialProjected Acquisition Cost of Patrol Vessel (20%)Life Cycle Costs (80%)Average Annual Life Cycle Costs over 30 years1$ 60 million$240 million$8 million2$ 80 million$320 million$10.67 million3$ 100 million$400 million$13.34 million

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    Complexity of Naval MissionCapital Acquisition CostsSearch & RescueProtection of Marine ResourcesAnti-Smuggling OperationsAnti-Piracy OperationsLimited Combat OperationsSpecial OperationsDiplomaticBenignPolicingMilitaryComplexity of Platform

  • Sustainable, especially when deployed, patrol capabilityNetwork-Enabled Command and ControlSupported by Reconnaissance & MDARobust, reliable, simple to operateRapid-Reaction: availabilityHostile boarding capabilityInter-OperabilitySelf-Protection

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  • Sovereign Rights and ResponsibilitiesJoint EffortsEconomy of ScaleSimplicitySustainabilityFit for PurposeMulti-Mission

    AffordableInter-Operability

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    Regional Joint Maritime Patrol Support ConceptJoint Training Centre/sJoint Spares Depot/sMaintenance & Repair Centres

  • Recognise the Requirement/ThreatHorizontal and Vertical Integration of effortMaritime Domain Awareness: The KeyCommonality : Joint Project TeamsAcquisition versus Operating versus SustainmentRecognition of Sovereign Rights and ResponsibilitiesPragmatic

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  • The enforcement of the Authority of the State at sea can only be done by Naval/Coast Guard vessels operating in our Maritime ZonesTo be supported by:

    Maritime Domain AwarenessPragmatic Rules of EngagementJudicial Systems that workSustainable Life Cycle ManagementCo-operative AgreementsIntegration of Effort

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  • This presentation is dedicated to those men and women who brave the mighty sea in the legal exploration and exploitation of the oceans, to the benefit of mankind, and those who have pledged to uphold the notion of the freedom of the seas and innocent passage.

  • *This is Africas moment to leave a legacy for ourPeople and to make historyDr Jean PingChairperson of the AUC

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