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Marinha de Guerra da Indónesia
« em: Janeiro 09, 2020, 01:07:35 pm »
Indonesia to start procurement of new class of offshore patrol vessels

An OPV design from Indonesian shipbuilder PT PAL. Photo c/o PT PAL.

The Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL) has started requesting for proposals from selected shipbuilders for a new class of offshore patrol vessels (OPV) it intends to acquire.

These new OPVs will be filling in gaps between the TNI-AL’s fleet of frigates and corvettes, and smaller patrol boats and fast missile attack crafts. The TNI-AL currently has no modern OPV in its fleet, although it has a large fleet of small surface combatants.

According to a report by IHS Jane's, the budget for the first ship of the class is said to be around IDR1.09 trillion (US$78 million), although no technical specifications were released to the public so far.

IHS Jane's previously reported that the TNI-AL is interested in procuring a first batch of around 4 ships, with an expected budget worth around US$340 million.

The ships are expected to be manufactured locally, and are expected to be around 80 meters long or more.

Among the expected mission profiles will include being a launching platform for unmanned aerial, surface and underwater vehicles.

These ships are expected to be funded by the Indonesian government between 2020 to 2024, although the first ship would have funding provided within 2020-2021.

In an interview with the Indonesian media, Deputy Defense Minister Wahyu Sakti Tenggono said that priority will be made to order two OPVs, together with two new large frigates.

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Re: Marinha de Guerra da Indónesia
« Responder #1 em: Dezembro 03, 2020, 10:03:11 am »
02 DECEMBER 2020

Indonesia in talks with Naval Group for variant of Riachuelo-class submarine
by Ridzwan Rahmat

Officials from Indonesia’s defence ministry are in discussions with a consortium led by French shipbuilder Naval Group for a possible order of the Riachuelo (Modified Scorpene)-class submarine, separate industry sources close to the talks have confirmed with Janes .

The discussion is the latest development in what has been a series of sporadic talks between Indonesian defence planners and Naval Group since 2016, when Jakarta first indicated its interest in the Scorpene 1000 vessel type for its naval requirements.

Due diligence specifically for the Riachuelo class began after a variant of the submarine type was suggested by Naval Group as being suitable for Indonesia’s requirements, said one of the industry sources.

Besides technical discussions, the talks with Naval Group and its consortium also touched upon financing options and opportunities for technology transfer agreements between French and Indonesian defence companies, the source added.

The Riachuelo class is a 1,800-tonne submarine type, four of which were ordered for the Brazilian Navy in 2009. The first-of-class was launched by Naval Group in December 2018, while the final boat is scheduled to enter the water in 2022.

The submarine has an overall length of 75 m, an overall beam of 6.2 m, and can accommodate a crew of 31, including six officers. It is capable of deploying F21 heavyweight torpedoes and MBDA Exocet SM39 Block 2 Mod 2 missiles via 533 mm tubes, and is capable of diving up to 350 m.
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Re: Marinha de Guerra da Indónesia
« Responder #2 em: Fevereiro 02, 2021, 04:20:04 pm »
Indonésia quer submarinos do Brasil