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R/V Knorr To Set Sail For Its New Home In Mexico

By ANDREA F. CARTER Feb 12, 2016 0

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The R/V Knorr has a new home in Mexico and a new name, Rio Tecolutla.

“It will be a vessel of the Mexican navy,” said Albert F. Suchy, director of ship operations at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. “It will be used as a survey ship to survey the bottom of the ocean floor.”

Members of the new crew arrived this week to begin training on the vessel with plans to depart in March. A total of approximately 33 crew members are to begin dockside training next week, Mr. Suchy said.

Former R/V Knorr captain Dee Emerich and former R/V Knorr chief engineer Steve Walsh will accompany the new crew on their trip to Veracruz, Mexico, in March.

The R/V Knorr, although operated by WHOI, was owned by the US Navy, which facilitated the vessel’s sale and transition to the Mexican government.

The final decision on the vessel’s future was made December 4 . At the point of sale the ship’s value was estimated at just over $3.3 million.

“Most of that involves covering the transfer of the vessel itself,” Mr. Suchy said. “All of the expenses of the transfer are paid by the Mexican government.”

The WHOI website states that the Knorr, which arrived in Woods Hole in 1970, has traveled more than a million miles all over the world. The Knorr was the vessel used to discover the location of the Titanic in 1985.

“The Knorr had the flexibility to adapt to whatever the scientists needed,” Mr. Suchy said.

The Navy decided to retire the vessel, adding two newer ships to its fleet that now totals five, the R/V Sally Ride at Scripps Research Institution in La Jolla, California, and the R/V Neil Armstrong, which will be operated out of WHOI.

With proper maintenance, Mr. Suchy feels that the R/V Knorr has at least 10 to 15 more years to sail.

Mr. Suchy said that excitement over arrival of the R/V Neil Armstrong in the spring has taken hold, but staff are nostalgic about the R/V Knorr.

“I am comfortable to know that it leaves to sail another day,” Mr. Suchy said

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Renamed Rio Tecolutla, R/V Knorr Joins The Mexican Navy

By ANDREA F. CARTER 19 hrs ago 0


Rear Admiral Chris Sadler shakes hands with Vice Admiral Francisco Perez Rico, Naval attache to the Mexican Embassy in Washington DC, after signing the transfer of the ship R/V Knorr to the Mexican Navy.

R/V Knorr Signed Over To Mexican Navy
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The Mexican flag flies high above the deck of the R/V Knorr. The ship was officially transferred to the Mexican Navy in a ceremony Monday afternoon.
The Mexican flag flew from the ship known for the past 40 years as the R/V Knorr at the vessel’s transfer ceremony from the United States Navy to the Mexican Navy. The ceremony took place at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution dock on Monday, March 14.

The name Knorr has been painted over, and the vessel, now called the ARM Rio Tecolutla, is to set sail Tuesday, March 15, at 4:45 PM for Veracruz, Mexico.

Representatives from WHOI, the US Navy and the Mexican Navy along with the ship's crew and about 30 invited guests, sat under a tent on the ship's deck to watch the ceremony, which began with the sound of a bosun's whistle and introductions of the official guests, first read in Spanish and then translated to English.

Mark Abbott, WHOI president and director, welcomed the guests, speaking briefly about the history of the vessel that arrived at WHOI in 1970.

Over the years the R/V Knorr, owned by the US Navy and operated by WHOI, traveled 1.3 million miles and on 250 missions, becoming a significant contributor to the scientific research culture at WHOI and nationwide.

“Our time with the Knorr is now done; congratulations and smooth sailing to the people of Mexico,” Dr. Abbott said.

Rear Admiral Chris Sadler, reserve deputy director, Maritime Operations, US Fleet Forces Command, spoke about the significant discoveries made with the R/V Knorr that included deep ocean thermal vents in 1977 and the Titanic in 1985.

The US Navy has supported scientific research since after World War II with its fleet of vessels operated by difference institutions throughout the county.

The ship was named after Ernest R. Knorr, who was appointed chief engineer cartographer of the US Navy hydrographic office in 1860.

“From one mariner to another, you are getting a fine ship,” Admiral Sadler said before he and Vice Admiral Francisco Perez Rico, Naval attache to the Mexican Embassy in Washington, DC, signed the transfer certificate.

The ship is to carry on the work of Ernest Knorr, doing hydrographic and bathymetric measurements mapping the sea floor, and joins a fleet of four other scientific vessels owned by the Mexican Navy.

“The receipt of the Knorr represents a singular importance synonymous with strength and opportunity in the area of oceanographic research,” said Rear Admiral Fernando Alfonso Angli Rodriguez, deputy director of oceanography, hydrography and meteorology with the Mexican Navy.

The ceremony ended with the playing of the Mexican national anthem followed by the United States national anthem.

“It’s an honor to be on a vessel with a lot of history,” said Lieutenant Francisco Ortiz after the ceremony.

A total of 40 crew members came to Woods Hole in the past month to train on the ship. Lieutenant Ortiz said more crew are to be added once the ship arrives in Mexico.

“It’s definitely melancholy to see her leaving, but we know that she is going to be in good hands,” Dr. Abbott said.

WHOI is now anticipating the arrival of the Knorr’s replacement, the R/V Neil Armstrong, which is to arrive in the spring.

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Buque1
Pues bienvenido sea a la flota.
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Mensaje por T-6 texan el 16/3/2016, 9:11 pm

Espero que venga con su MLU y sus sistemas en buen estado por que este buque le tira a los 50 años de servicio y pues veamos que le hace la armada si lo va a actualizar o lo va a dejar tal cual.
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CREO QUE LES COSTO TRES PESOS...PERDÓN TRES DÓLARES....

CON LA CONDICIÓN DE EN DONDE ESTÉ Y COMO ESTÉ.....

HABER CUANTO DURA....EN EL FORO DE ENFRENTE....YA TODOS CALLARON EL PICO CON TODOS LOS ARGUMENTOS QUE LES PUSE...NI UN CONSULTOR ME LA HIZO DE TOX...ajajajajajaja...

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RV_Knorr





Launched:1968
In service:1970
R/V Knorr (AGOR-15) has traveled more than a million miles—the rough equivalent of two round trips to the Moon or forty trips around the Earth. Her sister ship is theR/V Melville.



AHI HECHENLE CUENTAS....BOTADO EN 1968 PARA 2016 IGUAL CUARENTA Y OCHO AÑOS DE EDAD...YA ES UNA BARCO DE LA TECERA EDAD...CASI LE LLEGA AL TOSTÓN.....


LOS GABACHOS DAN DE BAJA ESTA ANTIGUALLA




Y SE COMPRAN ESTE:










Creo que la antigualla QUE NOS DONARON LOS GABACHOS LLEGA EN ESTA SEMANA O LA SIGUIENTE....YA ESTA ABANDERADO.....




NI MODOS....NOS TOCO PERDER.....hahahahaha  Razz




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así estaba...al DONARSE...SOLO LO PINTARON...Y LE PUSIERON LA ENSEÑA NACIONAL...Y FUIMONOS...¡¡¡¡ pal basurero...PERDÓN....PARA LA MARINA MEXICANA.....

OJALA VENGA EL COMPAÑERO BATOSAUI....Y ME PONGA EN MI LUGAR....SÓLO EL SABE QUE NOS PUEDE DEPARAR UN BARCO DE 48 AÑOS DE EDAD...SI ME PONE EN MI LUGAR (DE ADVENEDIZO DE SIEMPRE)....NO TENGO TEMA......PERO...ES UN BARCO QUE YA ESTA MUY ANCIANITO....digo yo....



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asterix escribió:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RV_Knorr




Launched:1968
In service:1970
R/V Knorr (AGOR-15) has traveled more than a million miles—the rough equivalent of two round trips to the Moon or forty trips around the Earth. Her sister ship is theR/V Melville.



AHI HECHENLE CUENTAS....BOTADO EN 1968 PARA 2016 IGUAL SESENTA Y OCHO AÑOS DE EDAD...YA ES UNA BARCO DE LA TECERA EDAD...CASI SEPTUAGENARIO.....


LOS GABACHOS DAN DE BAJA ESTA ANTIGUALLA[/color][/font]


Y SE COMPRAN ESTE:






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[Creo que la antigualla QUE NOS DONARON LOS GABACHOS LLEGA EN ESTA SEMANA O LA SIGUIENTE....YA ESTA ABANDERADO.....

NI MODOS....NOS TOCO PERDER.....hahahahaha  Razz

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jajaja si como no. el precio del R/v neil amstron son mas de 74 millones


Contracts awarded for the US research vessels

In October 2011, the ONR signed a contract with DCI to design and build the AGOR-27. DCI also provides support and supply initial training and training materials as part of the contract.
"The programme includes construction of two ships, AGOR-27 and AGOR-28, to be built at an estimated cost of $145m."


The $74.1m deal included an option for the construction of a similar second vessel. ONR exercised this option for the second vessel, AGOR-28, in February 2012 increasing the contract value by $71m.

American naval architect and marine engineering service provider Guido Perla & Associates (GPA) was commissioned to provide the basic design, regulatory design and detail / production design for the two vessels.

Siemens won a $10m contract in May 2012 to supply the diesel electric propulsion solution and automation system.

The US Naval Sea Systems Command is providing design and construction management services for the project.

http://dakotacreek.com/dci/projects/new-construction/rv-neil-armstrong/

si sus grandes argumentos son esos ya veo por que nadie le hizo caso en el otro foro Razz
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Mensaje por asterix el 16/3/2016, 10:53 pm

COSTO UN DOLLAR.....ES UNA DONACIÓN...... la "remodelación" costará tres million dollars

EN FIN------>

http://fuerzasarmadasmexico.foros-phpbb.mx/t81-adquisicion-de-buque-para-investigacion-hidrografica

COMO DICE MI CEROTE PREFERIDO.....

YA SE VERÁ......  Cool

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si sus grandes argumentos son esos ya veo por que nadie le hizo caso en el otro foro 



GRACIAS HIJO...TU...SI ME LEES....MIS COMENTARIOS..... Wink


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Mensaje por radagast el 16/3/2016, 11:00 pm

asterix escribió:CREO QUE LES COSTO TRES PESOS...PERDÓN TRES DÓLARES....

CON LA CONDICIÓN DE EN DONDE ESTÉ Y COMO ESTÉ.....

HABER CUANTO DURA....EN EL FORO DE ENFRENTE....YA TODOS CALLARON EL PICO CON TODOS LOS ARGUMENTOS QUE LES PUSE...NI UN CONSULTOR ME LA HIZO DE TOX...ajajajajajaja...

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las imagenes que puso sentinel son las que ya estaban por la red

esta es de wikipedia año 2011

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/25/RV_%C2%ABKnorr%C2%BB_outside_Greenland_2011.jpg

la otra parece ser que es de antes del 2000


With proper maintenance, Mr. Suchy feels that the R/V Knorr has at least 10 to 15 more years to sail.

Mr. Suchy said that excitement over arrival of the R/V Neil Armstrong in the spring has taken hold, but staff are nostalgic about the R/V Knorr.

en uno de los mismos textos anteriores menciona que con un mantenimiento adecuado puede tener unos 10 a 15 años mas de vida




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Mensaje por asterix el 16/3/2016, 11:07 pm

 10 a 15 años mas de vida 


MAS 48 ACTUALES.......


Y SIENDO CONDECENDIENTES.....


55 A 58 AÑOS DE VIDA------> Y TENIENDO EN CUENTA QUE ES UNA BARCO QUE SE LE DA MUCHA NAVEGACIÓN......


TENDREMOS UN BARCO OCEANOGRÁFICO CON MAS MENOS 50 A 55 AÑOS DE VIDA NAVEGADAS ( ACUESTAS)....


ESPERO AL COMPAÑERO BATOSUAI....PARA PASAR AL BANQUILLO DE LOS ACUSADOS.... Rolling Eyes


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asterix escribió: 10 a 15 años mas de vida 


MAS 48 ACTUALES.......


Y SIENDO CONDECENDIENTES.....[/color]


55 A 58 AÑOS DE VIDA------> Y TENIENDO EN CUENTA QUE ES UNA BARCO QUE SE LE DA MUCHA NAVEGACIÓN......[/color]


TENDREMOS UN BARCO OCEANOGRÁFICO CON MAS MENOS 50 A 55 AÑOS DE VIDA NAVEGADAS ( ACUESTAS)....[/color]


ESPERO AL COMPAÑERO BATOSUAI....PARA PASAR AL BANQUILLO DE LOS ACUSADOS.... Rolling Eyes


[font=Arial, Verdana, Tahoma, sans-serif]Saludos.

pues parece que no es el mas antiguo de la flota

ARM Altair (BI-03) Humboldt- ex-Agor en la Armada de Estados Unidos botado en 1962

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_Altair_%28BI-03%29

ARM Humboldt (BI-01) Humboldt- ex-Agor en la Armada de Estados Unidos botado en 1962

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_Humboldt_%28BI-01%29

ARM Antares (BI-04) de la clase Kellar, de la Dirección General Adjunta de Oceanografía, Hidrografía y Meteorología (DIGAOHM), perteneciente a la Armada de México. Botado en 1967

https://www.facebook.com/SentinelMexico1/photos/a.360648280705498.1073741842.339762372794089/562539950516329/?type=1&theater

los demas se los debo



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