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Carrying capacity

Integrated platform control system

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At-sea supply system

Hospital and humanitarian support

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CSS Cantabria

Exporting to Australia

LOGISTICS

History and delivery of the CSS Cantabria

CSS Cantabria "A-15" Spanish Armada

Navantia has designed and built a Combat Supply Ship (CSS) for the Spanish Navy, designed on the basis of the previous vessel of these characteristics, the "Patiño", but with a double hull, in accordance with international regulations.

CSS 'Cantabria' (A-15) in action

Operations of the supply ship for combat (CSS) 'Cantabria' during its integration in Operation "Active Endeavor" of NATO.

CSS Cantabria: The one year history of deployment in Australia

The combat supply vessel (CSS) 'Cantabria' arrived in Ferrol on December 21, 2013, after spending a year deployed in Australia, where it has been integrated with the Royal Australian Navy (RAN, in its acronym in English). In total, the ship has remained 353 days out of its base, navigated over 43,200 nautical miles (77,700 km) in 215 days of sea and supplied more than 12,000 tons of fuel, far exceeding the targets set for deployment.

NAVANTIA Ferrol: CSS Cantabria launching maneuver 'Cantabria'

Fleeting of the A-15 after a scheduled technical stop.

CSS Cantabria, tests in the sea

CSS Cantabria, supply

CSS Cantabria

Provisioning frigate, tests at sea

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Provisioning the necessary resources