Raïs Al Mounastiri (P-322)

Raïs Al Mounastiri alongside 407 Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah. Photo by HombreDHojalata.

Nation
Ship Class
Launched
1997
Commissioned
1997
AD/BC
AD
History

Built in France, Raïs Al Mounastiri (P-322) is an OPV-64 class offshore patrol vessel of the Royal Moroccan Navy. Launched 15 October, 1997, she commissioned two months later, the last of the five to do so. Raïs Al Mounastiri is focused on keeping an eye on the Moroccon coastline and territorial waters, including counter-narcotics and -smuggling operations, as well as search and rescue missions. Her typical crew is forty-six strong, but she can accommodate up to fifty-four. Cruise range is 4,000 nautical miles, and Raïs Al Mounastiri can remain at sea for up to twenty days.