Warships exported by India

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    aditya g Regular Member

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    Hi all, I am proposing this thread to gather pictures of ships and ship equipment Made in India but in service with other countries.
     
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    Mauritius Coast Guard

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    New OPV for SLN under construction by Goa Shipyard

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    3. Maldives: CGS Huravee

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    5. Seychelles Coast Guard (SCG) PS Topaz

    ex-INS Tarmugli

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    6. SCG PS Hermes

    ex-ICGS C-405.

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    #7. SLNS Sayura

    ex INS Sarayu. Sukanya class OPV manufactured by HSL.

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    #8. SLNS Sagara

    Vikram class OPV built by Hindustan Shipyard. ex-ICGS Varaha

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    This entry does not qualify to be in this thread, but its an interesting one:

    Myanmar Navy Kyansittha Class Frigate

    Notice something familiar on the mast? This beauty is equipped with a RAWL volume search radar and HUMSA sonar.
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    The tech specs also make for interesting comparison with India's Saryu Class OPV, which has the same length but barely comparble fire power.

    Length:106 m
    Beam:13.5 m
    Propulsion: 2 x Chinese-assembled Pielstick 16 cylinder PA6 STC engines
    RAWL-02 2D air search radar on the mainmast,
    Chinese Type 362 missile-targeting radar in a radome
    2x fire control radars - Chinese Type 47
    HUMSA sonar
    1 x Oto Melara 76 mm gun in a stealthy gun mount
    Chinese NG-18 systems for close-in defence.
    North Korean-origin box launcher for six man-portable air defence system (MANPADS) i
    2x North Korean small calibre gun mounts

    Indian, Chinese and NoKo systems on the same platform :hail:
     
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    Mauritius Fast Interceptor Boats

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    MCGS Valiant - presently under construction for Mauritius

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    Harbour Tugs for Royal Navy of Oman
    Three harbour tugs were designed, constructed and delivered at Wudam Naval Base, Sultanate of Oman where they are in operation. The contract included one year on-site training and troubleshooting over the period of warranty. The export order was executed on turnkey back to back basis on behalf of Goa Shipyard

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    Not a very interesting profile considering the weight that we have.

    Need more customers in Africa, LATAM and Pacific.

    If the quality is good and sales support is good, don't really see what problem anyone would have getting our stuff.
     
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    OPV for Sri Lanka..............................

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    GRSE to Export Light Frigates to Philippines

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    NEW DELHI, — In a major win for the Indian warship building industry, India's state-run Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers (GRSE) Ltd has emerged as the winner for Philippine Navy's big-ticket modernization program.
    GRSE was the lowest bidder to supply two light frigates and hopes to seal the contract worth more than $321 million in the next two months, said one GRSE official.
    A total of four firms joined the bidding for the Philippine Navy project: GRSE; Hyundai Heavy Industries Inc. and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd., both from South Korea; and Navantia S.A. of Spain.
    GRSE, administered by the Indian Ministry of Defence, has built 95 warships, including frigates, corvettes and fast patrol boats, since 1960.
    GRSE's light frigate will be a design based on the Indian Navy's Kamorta-class anti-submarine corvette and will be capable of withstanding Sea State 7, which means it can withstand a wave height of up to 9 meters.
    The 2,000-tonne frigate will be 95 meters long, have a combined diesel and diesel (CODAD) configuration propulsion system and be able to work in an area contaminated with nuclear, biological, and chemical agents.
    In addition, it will have a tactical data link and radio capable of tactical communication. The frigates will have 76mm naval guns and fire control radar with a built-in electro-optical tracking system integrated into the Combat Management System (CMS).
    The state-owned Goa Shipyard is also building two OPVs for the Sri Lankan Navy under India's government-to-government exchange agreement with Sri Lanka. First OPV will be delivered by end of this year and second OPV by middle of next year.


    http://www.aseanmildef.com/2016/05/grse-to-export-light-frigates-to.html
     
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    Grse eventually lost to Korea..........

     
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    oops then my mistake............................................
     
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    As part of the procurement process, the lowest bidder will undergo a post-qualification inspection wherein members of the bids and awards committee and the project management team will conduct inspections at the proponent's office and shipbuilders, and confirm the submissions provided including their account books.

    The joint DND-PN team conducted the post-bid qualification inspection of GRSE on June 2016, wherein they found that it did not meet financial requirements, specifically the Net Financial Contracting Capacity (NFCC), which gave the DND-PN team a reason to conduct a post-bid qualification inspection with the second lowest bidder, HHI. This was done and completed on July 2016, wherein the team found that HHI was able to comply with the requirements and was considered the Lowest Post-Qualified Bidder while declaring GRSE as Post-Disqualified.




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    Maldives Huravee .........................................

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