China Coast Guard and Patrol vessels

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    Final photo and most important...

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    Cmdr. Jon Kreischer (left), commanding officer of the USCGC Alex Haley (WMEC 39), signs over custody of the fishing vessel Run Da to the commanding officer of People's Republic of China Coast Guard Patrol Vessel 2301 in international waters in the Sea of Japan, June 21, 2018. The Alex Haley and PRC Coast Guard crews discovered an illegal drift net banned by international convention during a joint boarding on the vessel. U.S. Coast Guard photo.


    Go to DVIDS for HI-RES pix of this event. DVIDS is 100% Free! >>> USCGC Alex Haley transfers custody of vessel to PRC Coast Guard in North Pacific Ocean
     
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    I have a question, what is the rule of jurisdiction of fishery in international waters? Coast guard of any countries can conduct investigation and arrest? In this case, not only USCG and PRC CG, but also Japan or Australia or anyone, right?
     
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    I know the US Coast Guard & China's Coast Guard have powers of arrest on the high seas. I'm sure other Coast Guards do also.

    Check this PDF it should answer your question;

    Authorizations for maritime law enforcement operations
     
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    Thanks for your answer, but the link you provided pointed to your PC. You should have used upload/attachment than a link in this case.

    Anyways, I have found another file which may be the one you tried to provide. Authorizations for maritime law enforcement operations by ICRC.

    In it and I quote page 476
    From this texts, it seems there is no existing law granting such activities in international water UNLESS there is an agreement between US and China beforehand granting each other's CG to board the ship (flag) of the other party (each other). Such pre-existent legal instrument is a prerequisite, not by default.
     
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    860 miles is too far for a coast guard vessel to operate. That's simply a naval vessel to me!
     
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    The 12000-ton Chinese Coast Guard cutter 2901 at night.

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    I remember when the rumour first came out that China coast would get 2 x 12,000 there was a buzz of excitement

    Now they are both out and on patrol

    Still think that central exhaust funnel is too big though
     
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    Is this a new cutter? We have seen this ship before being constructed in the same shed as the Type 054As and 056s are.

    This is the first time we have seen the back of it, and surprise, its got four pumpjets. Posted by cirr in PakDef.

    PUMPJET1.jpg PUMPJET3.jpg PUMPJET2.jpg
     
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