Serviola-class patrol boat

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Patrullero "Centinela" (2).JPG
Spanish Navy patrol ship Centinela
Class overview
Name: Serviola-class patrol boat
Builders: NAVANTIA
Operators: Spanish Navy
Active: 4
General characteristics
Type: Patrol Boat
Displacement: 1200 tons
Length: 68 m
Beam: 10.33 m
Draft: 3.36 m
Propulsion: 2 MTU engines, 7,500 HP, 2 shafts with controllable pitch propellers, 2 stabilizing fins, 3 diesel generators of 195 KW ea
Speed: 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph)
Sensors and
processing systems:
  • Radar and surface / air Consilium RTM Selesmar 30 SIM
  • Consilium Navigation and Radar Selesmar RTM 25 XIM
  • 2 × 12.7mm guns
  • 1 × 3"/50 gun

The Serviola-class patrol boats were a series of patrol boats built in 1990 at the shipyard in Ferrol in the former Empresa Nacional Bazan (now NAVANTIA) for the Spanish Navy. They entered service in the Spanish Navy from October 1992.[1] Since then they have remained in the Galician port of Ferrol making most of their sailings along the Galician and Cantabrian coasts.

They are designed to navigate at sea for long periods of time and sea conditions to rough seas without significant degradation of their capabilities. They have a flight deck that allows them to operate medium-sized helicopters, a sick bay with six beds and two rigid inflatable boats.

There are currently four ships in service.

On 3 May 2011 the Spanish patrol boat Atalaya entered waters around Gibraltar and ordered ships to leave the area. She met HMS Scimitar of the Royal Navy and left after about 90 minutes.[2]


Pennant Name Launched Commissioned Status Call sign Image
P-71 Serviola 10 May 1990 22 March 1991 Active 15px Bravo.svg Bravo.svg 15px 120px
P-72 Centinela 30 October 1990 24 September 1991 Active 15px Bravo.svg Bravo.svg 15px 120px
P-73 Vigía 14 April 1991 24 March 1992 Active 15px Bravo.svg Bravo.svg 15px 120px
P-74 Atalaya 22 November 1991 29 June 1992 Active 15px Bravo.svg Bravo.svg 15px 120px


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  2. "Gibraltar Slams New 'Incursion' By Spanish Navy". Defence News. May 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-10.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>