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Singapore Acquires 4 Offshore Patrol Vessels

Singapore has signed a contract with German shipbuilder Fassmer to accumulate 4 new offshore patrol vessels (OPV) to spice up defenses in its congested waters.

Fassmer’s craft will change the navy’s 4 Sentinel-class maritime safety and response vessels (MSRV), which have been in service since 1998.

The brand new ships might be primarily based on OPVs operated by the German Federal Police, and can prioritize maneuverability for shore-based missions.

Supply is about to start by 2028.

Security in Readiness

Singapore’s push for a extra modernized naval pressure bolsters the nation’s preventative method to attainable maritime threats, together with piracy and hijacking.

Earlier this yr, the Republic of Singapore Navy introduced the acquisition of its first Invincible-class submarine.

Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong burdened the significance of the submarine as a result of Singapore’s reliance on a “free and unimpeded motion of products and supplies” for nationwide development.

Fassmer’s Monitor Report

Fassmer’s earlier OPVs, the German Federal Police’s Potsdam (BP81), Bamberg (BP82), and Unhealthy Düben (BP83), will function the Singaporean craft’s blueprints.

The corporate has additionally designed, developed, and constructed OPVs for different maritime forces, together with the Chilean Navy and the Colombian Nationwide Navy.