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Indian Coast Guard : News, Pictures and Discussions.

Discussion in 'Indian Navy' started by Ankit Kumar 001, Oct 17, 2016.

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How satisfied you are with the CoastGuard Build-up?

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    Ankit Kumar 001 Major Technical Analyst

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    Rajshree Class

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    No of Vessels :- 08
    Builders :- GRSE
    Displacement :- 300 tons
    Armaments :- 1x CNR91

    They are fitted with an integrated bridge system (IBS), integrated machine control system (IMCS). The vessels are powered by three MTU 16V4000M90 series engines capable of generating 2,720 BHP at 2100 rpm each to propel the vessel at a speed of 31.5 knots using three 71S2 Rolls Royce Kamewa water jet propulsion. At economical speed of 16 knots, they have a range of 1,500 nautical miles. The vessels also generates 320 kW of electric power to feed a wide array of on-board sensors and equipment. The vessels are also fitted with various terrestrial and satellite based communication systems including a Fleet-500 satellite communication system.

    The ships are equipped with a 30 mm CRN 91 Naval Gun, which is gyro-stabilized with an electro-optical fire control system. They can undertake day and night patrolling for anti-smuggling, anti-poaching and fisheries monitoring in shallow waters. They also carry on board a high-speed fibre-reinforced plastic boat, two Gemini boats and one water scooter for search and rescue operations. They have fully air conditioned and modular accommodation for 6 officers and 34 sailors.
     
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    Rani Abbakka-class
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    No of Vessels Planned :- 13
    No of Vessels Active :- 04
    Builders :- HSL
    Displacement :- 350 Tons
    Armaments :- 1x CRN91

    The vessels have a length of 50 meters, beam of 8 metres, draught of 4.5 metres and have weight of 275 Tonnes. They are powered by three MTU 4000 series diesel engines of 2720 KW capacity at 2100-rpm each coupled with three 71S II Rolls Royce waterjets with top speed of 31.5 knots and an endurance of 1,500 nautical miles at cruise speed of 14 knots. The patrol vessels are fitted with an advanced Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), to carryout search and rescue operations. Other features include Integrated Bridge System (IBS), Machinery Control System, Infra-red Communication System. Armament consist of one CRN 91 Naval Gun along with its fire control system. They also carry one rigid inflatable boat. The ship's crew consists of five officers and 34 men.
     
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    Sarojini Naidu-class

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    No of Vessels :- 07
    Builders :- GSL
    Displacement:- 260 Tons
    Armaments:- 1x CRN91

    The Sarojini class of watercraft are seagoing, high speed, armed surveillance platform, capable of shallow water operations.

    These vessels are primarily designed for anti-smuggling operations, anti-terrorist deployment, fisheries protection and search and rescue operations. These vessels can also support the navy during wartime, as a coastal convoy escort and a communication link.
     
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    Priyadarshini-class

    No of Vessels :- 04
    Builders :- GSL and GRSE
    Displacement :- 215 Tons
    Armaments :- 1x CRN91

    The 46 metre-long vessels with a displacement of 215 tonnes have a top speed of 24 knots. The vessels are powered by two MTU 12V538 diesel engines driving two independent four-blade propellers. The Priyadarshini class has a range of 2400 nm at cruise speed of 12 knots. The crew of the patrol vessels consists of 5 officers and 29 enlisted sailors. The vessels are armed with a 40 mm 60 cal Bofors Mk 3 AA. In early 1998, ICGS Amrit Kaur (225) acted as a trial platform for the 30 mm CRN 91 Naval Gun.
     
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    Thanks @Ankit Kumar 001 for what maybe the most elaborate information pool on ICG than any other online forum.

    Good Day to you!
     
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    Bharati Class
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    No of Vessels :- 15 Planned
    Builders :- Bharati Shipyard
    Displacement :- 107 Tons
    Armaments :- Heavy Machine Guns

    The vessels can perform high-speed interception, close-coast patrol, low-intensity maritime operations, search-and-rescue and surveillance. They have a complement of one officer and 12 sailors.
     
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    L&T Class
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    No of Vessels :- 54 Planned
    Builders :- L&T
    Displacement :- 90 Tons
    Armaments :- Machine Guns

    The vessel's crew consists of one officer and eleven personnel and are designed to perform coastal surveillance, search and rescue, anti-smuggling and anti-poaching operations in close coast and can also operate effectively in shallow water.
     
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    ABG Class

    No of Vessels :- 13
    Builders :- ABG
    Displacement :- 90 Tons

    They are wide aluminum hulled water jet propelled vessels for operations in close coastal and shallow waters. They Have an endurance of 500 nautical miles at 25 knots and capable of doing high speed up to 45 knots and are fitted with a 12.7 mm ‘Prahari’ Heavy Machine Gun (HMG). They have a crew of eleven enrolled personnel, with one officer and ten sailors.
     
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    AMPL Class

    No of Vessels :- 5
    Builders :- AMPL Goa
    Displacement :- 49 Tons

    They were built in cooperation with Sea King industries. Glass-reinforced plastic hulls were laid up by Anderson Marine, employing molds originally built by M/s Watercraft Marine, Shoreham, UK for the Royal Navy Archer class patrol vessel (P-2000). In order to meet the speed and performance requirements, vessels were configured in a triple-engine water jet arrangement and the machinery, superstructure and deck arrangement were redesigned by Amgram Ltd, Sussex, UK. The vessels were originally to have had a 20 mm Oerlikon AA forward but a remotely controlled 7.63 mm machine gun has been substituted.
     
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    Swallow Class

    No of Vessels :- 5
    Builders :- Kangam, South Korea
    Displacement :- 32 Tons

    The vessels in this series are 20 meters long with a beam of 4.8 meters. The hull of each vessel is made of Fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) and they are armed with a 7.62 mm MG. They are powered by two 12V71 TA GM Detroit diesel engines, which generate 840 bhp and drive two propellers. The Swallow Craft class vessels have a crew of 8 enlisted sailors and have a range 400 nm at 20 knots.
     
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    Timblo-class

    No of Vessels :- 10
    Builders :- Timblo Dry Docks Goa
    Displacement :- 7 Tons

    The vessels are equipped with VHF communication, search and rescue transponder and GPS, along with other navigation and communication equipment.
     
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    Bristol Class

    No of Vessels :- 04
    Builders :- Bristol Boats, Chilka
    Displacement :- 5.5 Tons

    These boats are intended for carrying out patrol duties in shallow water areas near the coastline.
     
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    Griffon-GRSE 8000 TD-Class Hovercraft
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    No of Vessels :- 18
    Builders :- GRSE

    The Hovercraft's hull are made of light weight marine grade aluminium alloy. They are powered by two 588 KW radiator cooled MTU Diesel Engines, with 2.6 m variable-pitch propellers and have 1.25 m skirt to enable the craft of the series to sprint speed of 53.5 knots with high-speed patrolling capacity in coastal shallow waters, marshy areas, creeks as well as deep seas. The craft are also fitted also with a 12.7 mm gun. They have a complement of 2 officers and 11 other rank.

    The crafts are intended to be used for search and rescue operation, assistance to ships and craft in distress and interruption and interdiction of offending vessels day and night.
     
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    Coast Guard ships Aryaman & Atulya commissioned
    Press Trust of India | Kochi Oct 21, 2016 06:22 PM IST

    Two Coast Guard Ships - Aryaman and Atulya - were commissioned into the servie here today

    The vessels were commissioned by Sunil Kumar Kohli, Financial Advisor to the Defence Services in the presence of Additional Director General K Natarajan, Coast Guard Commander (Western Seaboard).
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    Indian Coast Guard Ships (ICGS) Aryaman and Atulya have been designed and built by Cochin Shipyard Limited.

    Aryaman is 18th and Atulya is 19th in the series of 20 Fast Patrol Vessel.

    Aryaman, literally meaning 'possessor of greatness', will be based at Kochi under the administrative control of the commander, Coast Guard Region (West).

    Atulya, meaning "unrivalled", will be based at Visakhapatnam under the administrative control of the commander, Coast Guard Region (East), a release said.

    The 50 meter indigenous FPVs displace 317 tons and can achieve a maximum speed of 33 knots with range of 1,500 nautical miles at an economical speed of 13 knots.

    Equipped with state-of-the-art weaponry, advanced communication and navigational equipment, the ships are ideal platform for undertaking multifarious close-coast missions such as surveillance, search and rescue and interdiction.

    The special features of the ships include an Integrated Bridge Management System (IBMS) and Integrated Machinery Control System (IMCS).

    Kohli, in his address during the commissioning ceremony, termed the FPVs as the workhorses of the Coast Guard.

    The chief guest also dwelt on the fast paced development of the Indian Coast Guard and acknowledged its efforts in meeting emerging security challenges in the maritime domain.

    Indian Coast Guard will be a 150 ships/boats and 100 aircraft strong maritime force in next few years, he said.

    ICGS Aryaman is commanded by Commandant Neeraj Singh and ICGS Atulya by Commandant(JG) Shivprasad.

    The ships have a complement of 5 officers and 33 enrolled personnel each.
    The ceremony was also attended by Inspector General V S Pathania, Commander Coast Guard Region (West), senior officers of the Indian Navy and dignitaries from the armed forces, central and state governments.
     
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