The Philippine Navy has P33M worth of drydocking contracts up for grabs in the 4th quarter of 2011. The following two patrol gun boats and tanker are due for maintenance. All bids are due to close on December 20, 2011.
|Ship||Authorized Budget for Contract (ABC)||Details|
|BRP Ismael Lumibao (PG-383)||P7,500,000||
|BRP Abraham Campo (PG-396)||P7,500,000||
|BRP Lake Taal (AF-72)||P18,000,000||
BRP Ismael Lumibao is an Andrada Class patrol boat and was the 13th craft in this class of 22 boats. It was delivered to the Philippine Navy on February 1, 1995. For photographs and additional discussion about this boat, see the following Timawa.net thread.
BRP Abraham Campo is one of two ex-USCG 82-foot Point Class cutter and entered Philippine service on March 3, 2001. For photographs and additional discussion about this boat, see the following Timawa.net thread.
BRP Lake Taal is an ex-US Navy gasoline tanker that entered Philippine Navy service in March 5, 1980. For photographs and discussions about this ship, see the following Timawa.net thread.