Indian Coast Guard receives fast patrol vessel

The last of five fast patrol vessels built at Hindustan Shipyard for the Indian Coast Guard was delivered on Monday.

Rani Rashmoni is equipped with advanced sensors and a global maritime distress and safety system to carry out search and rescue operations.

It also features an integrated bridge system, machinery control system, infra-red communication system and the armament includes one CRN 91 naval gun along with its fire control system.

The 51-metre ship is propelled by three MTU 4,000 series diesel engines and Rolls Royce Kamewa jets.

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