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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