The Taiwan’s Coast Guard Administration (CGA) yesterday received it largest ship to date. The 4000-ton class "Chiayi" (CG5001)...
Tag Archives : Patrol Vessel
25 Mar 2021
Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) launched the first of three Multi-Mission Inshore Patrol Vessels (MMIPV) procured by ARMSCOR for the South African Navy (SAN).
21 Oct 2020
During Euronaval 2020, the French shipyard KERSHIP unveils a new coastal patrol vessel. The CG 41 is a new high performance patroller designed to answer coast guard and law enforcement missions...
19 Oct 2020
Will the future French Navy Offshore Patrol Vessels get a RAPIDFire 40 mm naval gun ? The French Armed Forces Minister...
30 Sep 2020
A shipyard in Guangzhou launched yesterday China's largest maritime patrol vessel. The 10,000 tons patrol vessel 'Haixun' is intended for the Guangdong Maritime Safety Administration.
09 Sep 2020
On 28th August, Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) held a keel-laying ceremony for the second of three Multi-Mission Inshore Patrol Vessels (MMIPV) that Damen is building for the South African Navy’s Project BIRO.
21 Aug 2020
The Dominican Navy (Armada de Republica Dominicana) took delivery of, and commissioned, its first Near Coastal Patrol Vessel (NCPV). The vessel, Betelgeuse (102), was donated by the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) under the Foreign Military Financing (FMF) program and was built by Metal Shark.
01 Jul 2020
On June 3, 2020, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) released computer generated images (CGI) of the Multi-Role Response Vessel (MRRV), which is under construction by Mitsubishi Shipbuilding. Acquisition of MRRV is part of the second phase of the joint Japanese-Philippine Maritime Safety Capability Improvement Project (MSCIP), which was signed on February 7, 2020.
25 Jun 2020
The French Navy (Marine Natioanle)'s ageing fleet of A69 type PHM and PSP patrol vessels will be replaced from 2025 by ten new offshore patrol vessels (OPV).
23 Jun 2020
The French Direction Générale de l’Armement - DGA (Armament General Directorate) selected Safran Electronics and Defence to supply Electro Optic (EO) reconnaissance and identification systems to the French Navy (Marine Nationale).