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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Richard Scott 14 Sep 2021
UK-based maritime technology group Subsea Craft has begun alongside testing of its novel VICTA diver delivery craft at its premises in Portsmouth.
Martin Manaranche 23 Jul 2021
Arma Craft showcased a model of its Trident MK II combat diver delivery craft (CDDC) at DEFEA – Defence Exhibition in Athens – last week. The company hopes to make this vehicle a reference in the special forces world.
Martin Manaranche 16 Jul 2021
Candidates of Crewman Qualification Training (CQT) Class 115 completed Naval Special Warfare’s (NSW) assessment and selection pipeline to become Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen (SWCC), earning their pins and graduating, Thursday, July 15, 2021.