French frigate Duguay-Trouin (D 611)
|Laid down||25 February 1971|
|Launched||1 June 1973|
|Commissioned||17 September 1975|
|Decommissioned||13 July 1999|
|Class and type||Tourville-class frigate|
|Displacement||4580 tonnes (6100 tonnes fully loaded)|
|Length||152.75 m (501.1 ft)|
|Beam||15.80 m (51.8 ft)|
|Draught||6.60 m (21.7 ft)|
|Installed power||58,000 hp (43,000 kW)|
|Speed||32 knots (59 km/h; 37 mph)|
|Sensors and |
|Electronic warfare |
|Aircraft carried||2 Lynx WG13|
Duguay-Trouin is a F67 type large high-sea frigate of the French Marine Nationale specialised in anti-submarine warfare, though it also has anti-air and anti-surface capabilities. She was the 10th French vessel named after the 17th century privateer René Duguay-Trouin.
She was decommissioned on 13 July 1999 and is used as a harbour wave-breaker protection.
She is now anchored at Terenez on the river Aulne.
03 july 2020, the vessel arrived at the breakers, Ghent, Belgium.