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Coast Guard celebrates 35th anniversary on 01 Feb 2012


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Garden Reach lays keel for 3 ships.

Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd laid the keel of three ships (sixth, seventh and eighth of the series of eight water jet propelled inshore patrol vessel) for the Indian Coast Guard at the Raja Bagan Dockyard.

All the ships would be constructed at the Rajabagan Dockyard , said a press statement. The ship will be delivered to the Coast Guard within the next 12-14 months.


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Coast Guard Wives Welfare Association charity act at AIIMS


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Rolls-Royce to supply 60 water jets to Indian Coast Guard.

Upbeat on expanding presence in the Indian market, ultra-luxury car-maker and premiere engine manufacturer Rolls Royce has said it will deliver 60 water jets for a new fleet of 20 fast patrol vessels of the Indian Coast Guard this year.

"India is a key market for Rolls-Royce. We continue to develop our manufacturing and engineering-services presence here through mutually beneficial collaborations with companies. We also continue to support the Indian Armed Forces and will deliver 60 Rolls-Royce water jets for a new fleet of 20 Fast Patrol Vessels for the Indian Coast Guard," said Anil Shrikhande President Rolls-Royce India.

Recently, the company announced a construction facility in Bangalore for manufacturing aerospace components for the Trent family of engines.

"We are proud to be a partner in progress and look forward to continuing to deliver excellence for our customers in India during 2012," Shrikhande said.


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Inshore Patrol Vessel ICGS Rajshree commissioned


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Coast Guard locates merchant ship 'Enrica Lexie' that killed two fishermen


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47 Indian Coast Guard officers complete the Law and Operations Course


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Coastal security radar stations to be ready this year


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Coast Guard Traffic Analysis helps in collision investigation


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Coast Guard Station Dahanu commissioned


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Defence Minister presents Coast Guard Gallantry Medals


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^Shouldn't the President's medals be given by our President :-?


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Coast Guard Station commissioned at Androth Island in Lakshadweep


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Offshore Patrol Vessels acquistion cleared

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The government has cleared the acquisition of six Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) expected to be worth around Rs 1,800 crore for the Coast Guard to enhance its maritime surveillance capabilities.

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The six Offshore Patrol Vessels approved for the Coast Guard would be constructed by state-owned Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL), which has been nominated for the task, they said.

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These new vessels would be more than 100 metres in length and equipped with helicopters to help the maritime guarding force in enhancing its operational capabilities.


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Indian Coast Guard to take part in Joint Exercise Dosti-XI


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India’s Mahindra Plans Unmanned Sea Surveillance Vessels
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The company’s newly formed joint venture with Israel’s Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. will assemble the vessel at a facility in Pune, western India, “in a phased manner” after initially importing models from its partner, K.A. Hai, chief executive officer of Mahindra’s defense unit, said.


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Coast Guard IPV ICGS Rajtarang Commissioned


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PostPosted: 21 May 2012 21:21 
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http://www.rolls-royce.com/marine/news/ ... erjets.jsp

The contract will involve the supply of Rolls-Royce Kamewa 71S3np water jets (three per vessel), and associated equipment including a joystick control system which will enhance the manoeuvring capabilities of the vessels.

The 50 metre long vessels, which are currently under construction, will reach speeds of 33 knots and will operate in Indian coastal waters and around island territories.


I had no idea of what waterjets were, page 5 of this pdf has a nice graphic/layout. (s3-71)

http://www.rolls-royce.com/Images/RR%20 ... 2-8663.pdf


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Commissioning Of ICGS Karaikal.


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Commissioning of Indian CoastGuard Ship Rajkiran

Commissioning of Indian CoastGuard Ship Rajkiran
Indian Coast Guard Ship 'Rajkiran', the third of the series of eight Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPVs), designed and built by M/s Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers, Kolkata was commissioned here today at Vishakhapatnam by Vice Admiral Anil Chopra, Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Naval Command.
The 50 meter indigenous IPV displaces 300 tonnes and can achieve a maximum speed of 34 knots, with an endurance of 1500 nautical miles at economical speed of 16 knots. Equipped with state-of-the-art weaponry and advanced communication and navigational equipment, it makes an ideal platform for undertaking multifarious close-coast missions such as surveillance, interdiction, Search and Rescue, and medical evacuation. The special features of the ship include an Integrated Bridge Management System (IBMS),Integrated Machinery Control System (IMCS) and an integrated gun mount with indigenous Fire Control system (FCS).
ICGS "Rajkiran", literally meaning"Royal Light", will be based at Haldia and will be under Administrative and Operational control of the Commander, Coast Guard Region(North-East).
In his address during the commissioning ceremony, Vice Admiral Anil Chopra assured that the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard are working in tandemto achieve the overall objective of Maritime and Coastal Security of our country. He also stated that that there are numerous stakeholders involved in Coastal Security and building synergy amongst all of them is extremely important to achieve the common goal of national security.
The ship is commanded by Lieutenant Cdr Sumanta Roy, who is a specialist in Anti Submarine Warfare, in the presence of Inspector General SP Sharma, Commander, Coast Guard Region (East) and other senior dignitaries of the Central and State Govt. The ship has a crew of 05 Officers and 30 Enrolled Personnel.
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/ind ... ef=wl_home


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Commissioning of Indian CoastGuard Ship Rajkiran

Commissioning of Indian CoastGuard Ship Rajkiran
Indian Coast Guard Ship 'Rajkiran', the third of the series of eight Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPVs), designed and built by M/s Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers, Kolkata was commissioned here today at Vishakhapatnam by Vice Admiral Anil Chopra, Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Naval Command.
The 50 meter indigenous IPV displaces 300 tonnes and can achieve a maximum speed of 34 knots, with an endurance of 1500 nautical miles at economical speed of 16 knots. Equipped with state-of-the-art weaponry and advanced communication and navigational equipment, it makes an ideal platform for undertaking multifarious close-coast missions such as surveillance, interdiction, Search and Rescue, and medical evacuation. The special features of the ship include an Integrated Bridge Management System (IBMS),Integrated Machinery Control System (IMCS) and an integrated gun mount with indigenous Fire Control system (FCS).
ICGS "Rajkiran", literally meaning"Royal Light", will be based at Haldia and will be under Administrative and Operational control of the Commander, Coast Guard Region(North-East).
In his address during the commissioning ceremony, Vice Admiral Anil Chopra assured that the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard are working in tandemto achieve the overall objective of Maritime and Coastal Security of our country. He also stated that that there are numerous stakeholders involved in Coastal Security and building synergy amongst all of them is extremely important to achieve the common goal of national security.
The ship is commanded by Lieutenant Cdr Sumanta Roy, who is a specialist in Anti Submarine Warfare, in the presence of Inspector General SP Sharma, Commander, Coast Guard Region (East) and other senior dignitaries of the Central and State Govt. The ship has a crew of 05 Officers and 30 Enrolled Personnel.
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/ind ... ef=wl_home


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So coastguard/IN radar installations are getting spoonbilled by the hornbills.


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Somali pirates expand their operations till west coast of India: US

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Commissioning of Indian Coast Guard Ship H-189.

Indian Coast Guard Ship H-189, the third of the series of twelve Air Cushion Vehicles (ACVs) designed and built by M/s Griffon Hoverworks Limited (GHL), UK was commissioned today at Mumbai by Vice Admiral SK Sinha, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Western Naval Command.

The 21 metres long Air Cushion Vehicle with 31 tonnes displacement can achieve a maximum speed of 45 knots. The ACV is capable of undertaking multi-farious tasks such as surveillance, interdiction, search and rescue and rendering assistance to small boats/craft in distress at sea. With the commissioning of H-189, the force level of ICG has gone up to 77 ships & boats and with the planned inductions the force level would be doubling by 2018.

The Air Cushion Vehicle H-189 will be based at Okha under the Administrative and Operational Control of the Commander Coast Guard Region (North-West). The hovercraft is commanded by Commandant YogeshDutta and has a crew of 02 Officers and 11 Enrolled Personnel.

The commissioning ceremony was witnessed by Inspector General SPS Basara, Commander Coast Guard Region (West), DIG BS Yadav, Commander Coast Guard Region (North-West) and other dignitaries from Central and State Government.


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L&T delivers speed-boat to Coast Guard.

In its effort to contribute to the country’s defence, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has delivered its first indigenously designed and constructed high-speed interceptor boat to the Indian Coast Guard. Capable of achieving a maximum speed over 40 knots, the boat was designed and constructed entirely through in-house efforts. This is the first of 36 such craft being constructed by L&T under a Coast Guard contract worth Rs 977 crore. The vessel has a full aluminium alloy body for reduced weight and is powered by twin water-jet propulsion systems to enable quick response, vital for coastal surveillance. In June this year, engineering and construction major L&T had partnered with Tata Power and HCL in a Defence deal worth Rs 10,000 crore


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Commissioning of ICGS Mayabunder.

Indian Coast Guard Station Mayabunder, the first CG Station in the North Andaman Islands was commissioned by the Defence Secretary, Shri Shashi Kant Sharma today. The station is a part of ongoing efforts by the Coast Guard to strengthen Maritime and Coastal Security and the assets based at Mayabunder will help augment patrolling along the Northern Group of Islands for safeguarding Indian maritime interests.

Speaking on the occasion, Defence Secretary, Shri Shashi Kant Sharma lauded the efforts of the Indian Coast Guard in maintaining a high state of vigil in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands resulting in apprehension of a large number of poachers and saving of precious human lives during search and rescue operations. He further said that the implementation of the Coastal Surveillance Network project would be a major milestone in ensuring near gap-free radar surveillance of these Islands.

Addressing the gathering, Commander-in-Chief Andaman and Nicobar Air Marshal P K Roy stressed the need for maintaining continuous vigil of this strategically important archipelago. He further stated that the Coast Guard had initiated several far-reaching measures to augment force levels and manpower to meet existing and future maritime challenges.

Coast Guard Station Mayabunder will function under the administrative and operational control of the Commander Coast Guard Region (A&N) through the Commander Coast Guard District Headquarter-9 located at Diglipur. Commandant (JG) Umed Singh has been appointed as the Commanding Officer of the station.

Inspector General VSR Murthy, Commander Coast Guard Region (A&N) and senior officials from the A&N administration were also present on the occasion.


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L&T delivers speed-boat to Coast Guard.

In its effort to contribute to the country’s defence, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has delivered its first indigenously designed and constructed high-speed interceptor boat to the Indian Coast Guard. Capable of achieving a maximum speed over 40 knots, the boat was designed and constructed entirely through in-house efforts. This is the first of 36 such craft being constructed by L&T under a Coast Guard contract worth Rs 977 crore. The vessel has a full aluminium alloy body for reduced weight and is powered by twin water-jet propulsion systems to enable quick response, vital for coastal surveillance. In June this year, engineering and construction major L&T had partnered with Tata Power and HCL in a Defence deal worth Rs 10,000 crore


High resolution photograph of the Larsen and Toubro (L&T) built interceptor boat C-401 that was recently commissioned by the Indian Coast Guard:

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Commissioning of Indian Coast Guard Ship H-189.

Indian Coast Guard Ship H-189, the third of the series of twelve Air Cushion Vehicles (ACVs) designed and built by M/s Griffon Hoverworks Limited (GHL), UK was commissioned today at Mumbai by Vice Admiral SK Sinha, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Western Naval Command.

The 21 metres long Air Cushion Vehicle with 31 tonnes displacement can achieve a maximum speed of 45 knots. The ACV is capable of undertaking multi-farious tasks such as surveillance, interdiction, search and rescue and rendering assistance to small boats/craft in distress at sea. With the commissioning of H-189, the force level of ICG has gone up to 77 ships & boats and with the planned inductions the force level would be doubling by 2018.

The Air Cushion Vehicle H-189 will be based at Okha under the Administrative and Operational Control of the Commander Coast Guard Region (North-West). The hovercraft is commanded by Commandant YogeshDutta and has a crew of 02 Officers and 11 Enrolled Personnel.

The commissioning ceremony was witnessed by Inspector General SPS Basara, Commander Coast Guard Region (West), DIG BS Yadav, Commander Coast Guard Region (North-West) and other dignitaries from Central and State Government.


Photographs of the Griffon Hover Works built 8000TD Air Cushion Vehicle / Hover Craft H-189 that was commissioned by the Indian Coast Guard in November:

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High resolution photograph of the Larsen and Toubro (L&T) built interceptor boat C-401 that was recently commissioned by the Indian Coast Guard:

Nice looking boat, nice build quality, clean super structure... the mast is a lot less cluttered than older boats... my only suggestion is to add a remote weapon station... firing the 30mm gun during a high speed chase would be risky for the crew...


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^^It isn't a 30mm, it's a 12.7mm, same as on our T-90's. But I agree, a remotely operated weapons station (with the same 12.7) would probably work better in inclement weather, and offer more crew protection...


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^^^oh really... isn't 12.7mm highly restrictive in range as well as killing power?


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^^Well yes, compared to a 30mm cannon. But I'm guessing this boat is armed to address its operational requirements... perhaps chetak/tsarkar or assorted naval/CG guru can illuminate further as to its exact role.


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Indian Coast Guard is growing at a good clip...
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Indian Coast Guard Ship ‘ICGS-Rajkamal’, the fourth in the series of eight Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPVs) designed and built by M/s Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers, Kolkata, was commissioned at Chennai by the Minister of State for Defence Shri Jitendra Singh today.
see more info @ http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=91415


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Photo of ICGS RajKamal @
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Cochin Shipyard launches first fast patrol vessel for Coast Guard.

Cochin Shipyard Ltd has launched the first fast patrol vessel (FPV), being built for the Indian Coast Guard, on Wednesday.

The vessel — Aadesh — was launched by Jayasree Muralidharan, in the presence of M.P. Muralidharan, Director General, Indian Coast Guard (ICG).K. Subramaniam, Chairman and Managing Director, senior officials of the Coast Guard, Indian Navy and Cochin Shipyard Ltd were present.

The vessel is the first in a series of 20 numbers FPVs contracted by CSL for the ICG.The contract was signed in 2010 with the delivery of the last vessel slated for 2017.These have a designed speed of 33 knots with propelled water jets to attain the speed.The primary role of the vessel include fisheries protection and monitoring, patrol within exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and coastal patrol , anti smuggling, search and rescue operations and for anti piracy operations.

The vessels have a secondary role of providing communication link and escort convoys during hostilities and war time.These high speed FPVs, though small in size, are complex and technologically challenging.

The ship has been designed by the Kochi-based SEDS and this is the first collaboration between CSL and a local design house, a release said.

The yard also launched two other platform supply vessels for PSV Holdings Inc, Cyprus. Cochin Shipyard currently has 27 ships on order consisting of 20 FPVs, five offshore support ships for Indian and foreign owners, one buoy tender vessel for the Department of Lighthouses and Lightships and the Prestigious Aircraft Carrier for the Indian Navy.


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The vessel is the first in a series of 20 numbers FPVs contracted by CSL for the ICG.The contract was signed in 2010 with the delivery of the last vessel slated for 2017.These have a designed speed of 33 knots with propelled water jets to attain the speed.The primary role of the vessel include fisheries protection and monitoring, patrol within exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and coastal patrol , anti smuggling, search and rescue operations and for anti piracy operations.
The vessels have a secondary role of providing communication link and escort convoys during hostilities and war time.These high speed FPVs, though small in size, are complex and technologically challenging.
It is commendable that CSL has been able to induct the first vessel now after getting the order in 2010... there is another news about CSL soliciting permission to setup a separate facility for small ships like these...
I winder what escort role these boats can play??? their range is very limited, ditto for firepower... utmost they can be like Cigarette boats performing high-speed interdiction of an attack package... if put in couple of 50 Cal HMGs, they can be useful.


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2 years to build a piddly 300 tonne boat is commendable? CSL builds 95000 tonne crude oil carriers. They shouldn't be looking at such piddle stuff. I would rather Pvt players got into action.


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Cg are going to need radar guided 3 inch guns and ak630 with optronic pkg to take on pirates from standoff ranges. Its a matter of time before pirates and jihadis intersect and a heat seeking sams and anti tank missiles with 3km range from norinco come on scene.


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