Two offshore patrol vessels for Trinidad and Tobago's Coast Guard were formally named in November 2009. First of the class, Port of Spain, pictured here, is being built at BAE's Portsmouth yard while sister Scarborough, launched on 19 November, is being built at Scotstoun on the Clyde, as is a third unit of the class, Santa Fe. Ordered in 2007 for £150 million, the three patrol vessels are to be crewed by roughly 60 personnel and will have a top speed of more than 25 knots. Measuring 90.5 meters overall, the new class will be able to travel 5,500 nautical miles at 12 knots with an endurance of 35 days. All three vessels are planned to be delivered during 2010. They can be expected to play a major role in management of the exclusive economic zone as well as maritime law enforcement and even special operations missions.