Offshore Patrol Vessel for Kenya


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Offshore Patrol Vessel for Kenya
Milestone Inspection Visit for Off-Shore Patrol Vessel
May 12, 2016

During 2nd of May to 5th of May 2016, a delegation from Kenya visited the ongoing construction of Off-shore Patrol Vessel for the State Department of Fisheries.

The purpose of the visit was to witness the achievement of the milestone of superstructure and helideck completion which was confirmed during the visit.

The delegation was led by the Principle Secretary of the State Department of Fisheries in Kenya, Prof. Micheni Ntiba and as well joined by representatives of the Kenyan Parliament.









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Milestone Visit for Off-Shore Patrol Vessel
December 3, 2015

From 29th November to 2nd December 2015, a delegation consisting of six officials from the State Department of Fisheries in Kenya, as well as one official from the Kenyan Navy, visited the construction yard for Off-Shore Patrol Vessel currently under construction.

The purpose of the visit was to witness and certify the accomplishment of 100% hull completion milestone for the vessel.

During the visit also a visit to the Bangladesh Marine Academy was carried out.











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Kenyan Delegation Inspects Engines for New OPV
October 1, 2015

From 27th September to 2nd October 2015, a delegation consisting of both representatives from the State Department of Fisheries, The Kenyan Navy and Kenya Parliament undertook a visit to Friedrichshafen, Germany.

The purpose of the visit was to visit the MTU plant and inspect and go through test report for the three engines manufactured by MTU for the new Off-Shore Patrol Vessel currently under construction for the State Department of Fisheries, Kenya.



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Milestone Visit to Bangladesh
May 20, 2015

During a period from 23rd April to 28th April 2015 JGH welcomed delegation from State Department of Fisheries in Kenya for milestone inspection visit at the construction yard for off-shore patrol vessel currently under construction.

The purpose of the visit was to inspect the current progress of the construction of the hull modules.

The delegation consisted of representatives of the Government of Kenya.









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Keel Laying for Off Shore Patrol Vessel
August 20, 2014

On August 12, 2014, Keel Laying Ceremony took place at shipyard for new off-shore patrol vessel.

The vessel is being constructed for State Department of Fisheries in Kenya under the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries.



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Offshore Patrol Vessel for Kenya
JGH Marine A/S has obtained contract for the design, construction and delivery of one Offshore Patrol Vessel for Kenyan Ministry of Fisheries, Livestock and Agriculture.

The Offshore Patrol Vessel is being constructed at JGH partner yard in Bangladesh where it is currently under construction.

Overall details of the project:

Client: Kenyan Ministry of Fisheries, Livestock and Agriculture (State Department Fisheries)

Status: Under Construction – Delivery primo 2017

Commodity: One Offshore Patrol Vessel

Size:

Length overall: 54.70 m

Length of hull: 50.90 m

Depth: 4.50 m

Displacement: 350 tons

Draft molded: 2.20 m

Lightweight: 500 tons

Engines/propulsion:

The vessel propulsion system is a hybrid system of 2 controllable pitch propellers and 1 booster waterjet.

Maker: MTU, Servogear, MJP

Number: 2 for Controllable Pitch propeller and 1 for Waterjet propulsion

Output: 2X4000kW for CPP and 2720kW for Waterjet
 
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By PTI | Updated: Mar 31, 2016, 06.36 PM IST
NEW DELHI: ARI Simulation, a domestic firm, today said it has successfully completed the indigenous manufacturing of a suite of Warship Bridge Simulators for Kenyan Navy.

The company stated that it is now in the process of delivering the simulator suite to the Kenyan Navy fleet.

The suite comprises a large primary bridge, built entirely to DNV-GL Class A Standards and fully integrated with six additional Class B Bridges.

Specialised naval maneuvering operations like group/fleet tactical maneuvering training and convoy training can be practiced using this simulator.

The primary bridge has more than 300 degrees horizontal field of view visualisation system presented using high end projection systems.

The suite replicates the exact set of vessel maneuvering controls with navigation and collision avoidance equipment as found on board the Kenyan naval vessels.
Communication system and safety control modules are also integrated in the suite. The pre-delivery-inspection (PDI) of the simulators was completed recently.

The systems are scheduled to be operational and in use by June this year at a new purpose-designed facility currently being built in Mombasa.

Shravan Rewari, CEO and Managing Director, ARI Simulation, said, "This suite of simulators has been designed keeping in mind future expansion capabilities and offers a high d ..

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