Australia's Department of Defense ordered six new Cape Class Patrol Boats for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The vessels will be built by local shipbuilder Austal. The Australian Border Force currently operates eight Cape-class Patrol Boats, while the RAN operates two leased Cape-class.
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19 Aug 2019
Austal has been advised by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) that the RAN has signed a two year lease extension with the National Australia Bank (NAB) for its two Cape Class Patrol Boats (CCPB), Cape Fourcroy and Cape Inscription.
16 Aug 2019
Austal has signed a contract worth approximately A$126 million to construct two Cape Class Patrol Boats (CCPB) for the Government of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago (GORTT). The vessels will be delivered in the second half of 2020.
14 Jul 2022
Meteksan has been developing simulators to provide navies with an effective, cost-efficient, and safe training environment...
10 Jun 2022
A dramatic video, from Russian sources, shows a Ukrainian warship under attack from artillery. At ...
03 May 2022
Rohde & Schwarz Australia has signed a contract with BAE Systems Australia’s maritime division for the early design of an integrated communications system for the Royal Australian Navy Hunter Class Frigate Program.
11 Feb 2022
The United State and Uruguay finalized an agreement for the transfer of three decommissioned Coast Guard patrol boats to the Uruguay Navy.
16 Dec 2021
Arafura class offshore patrol vessel (OPV), NUSHIP Arafura, was launched toda at the Osborne Naval Shipyard in South Australia – the first in a fleet of 12 OPVs being built for the Royal Australian Navy to replace the Armidale and Cape class patrol boats.
24 Nov 2021
While Russia is already pumping out its latest Borei-II class ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs), the ...