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Kerala: Three Anti-Submarine Warfare Shallow Water Craft constructed for Indian Navy launched at Cochin Shipyard

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In Kerala, three Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Shallow watercraft constructed for the Indian Navy were launched at a function held at the Cochin Shipyard today. These vessels form the first in the series of eight such vessels being constructed by the Shipyard.
 
The Mahe class of vessels will replace the in-service Abhay Class ASW Corvettes and are designed to undertake anti-submarine operations in coastal waters, Low-Intensity Maritime Operations, Mine Laying operations, and sub-surface surveillance.
 
The vessels will bear the name INS Mahe, INS Malvan, and INS Mangrol, upon commissioning into the Indian Navy. The ships are 78 m long, about 12 m wide, and can reach a maximum speed of upto 25 knots. The first vessel is expected to be ready for delivery by November next year.

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