According to Alseamar, the Murene is the latest generation of diver propulsion device. It has been designed to provide the best ergonomics, protection and performances for 2 fully equipped combat divers. Murene can be deployed from shore, from a rigid inflatable boat or from a submarine through a torpedo tube (NATO Std 21”) thanks to its retractable thrusters. The Murene is fitted with an Inertial Navigation System coupled to a Doppler Velocity Log and a GPS. Its small dimension, its greater ease of use, and intuitive piloting, make it a perfect device to sneak up on maritime targets.
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