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The Radar Electronic Counter Measures System

Elettronica signs a Contract to provide latest-generation of Naval Radar Electronic...

Elettronica has signed a contract to equip two Indonesian Navy 90m Offshore Patrol Vessels currently under construction at PT Daya Radar Utama shipyard with...
Japan OPV design

Japan Marine United selected to build JMSDF’s next-gen OPV

The Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) has selected Japan Marine United (JMU) to supply up to 12 next-generation offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) to the...
ADSB-Falaj-3-class

ADSB Awarded AED3.5 Billion Contract with UAE Navy to Build Falaj...

Contract Awarded by Ministry of Defence and UAE Navy Deal Marks Largest-ever Order for Company ADSB, the regional leader in the new build, repair,...
RAN-Autonomous-Warrior

Unmanned Tranformation

"Autonomous Warrior" drive RAN to boost unmanned system roles in sea control, situational awareness. Royal Australian Navy Task Group-based operations The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is...
Vietnamese-Coast-Guard

Pushing Back with OPVs

China’s maritime expansion has triggered a surge in interest for offshore patrol vessels to help police EEZs. OPVs programmes There are numerous offshore patrol vessels (OPVs)...
Australia-OPV

Coast Guards welcome OPV Boom

Asian-Pacific navies traditionally operate traditional warships leading the Coast Guards to benefit from very capable Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV). Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) have gained...
Australia-Lurrsen-OPV-80

Quantum awarded contract Royal Australian Navy Lurssen OPV

Quantum was recently awarded the stabilizer contract on the first of 12 Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV’s) for the Royal Australian Navy, being built by Luerssen...
KSEW-OPVs

Work underway on Pakistan Navy OPVs

Work on the first of two 1,900 tonne multirole offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) for the Pakistan Navy is well underway, with a steel cutting...
OPV

The Naval Workhorse – The Rise of OPVs

Offshore Patrol Vessels are gaining popularity as a cheaper but increasingly more capable option to more sizeable and expensive ‘grey navy’ options. The Asia-Pacific region...

Rolls-Royce and Goa Shipyard Limited agree to manufacture MTU engines in...

Rolls-Royce and Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL), a premier defence shipbuilding yard in India under the Ministry of Defence, have agreed to cooperate in the...

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