Vosper To Enter Negotiations For Fast Attack Craft

Thursday, October 07, 1999
Vosper Thornycroft (VT), has been selected to enter contract negotiations with Elefsis Shipbuilding and Industrial Enterprises for the supply of three 203 ft. (62 m) fast attack craft to the Hellenic Navy. With negotiations beginning soon, work is expected to start early next year with VT providing design, construction support and the ship's equipment to Elefsis in a contract worth about $331 million. The initial requirement is for a trio of craft with a possible follow-on order of at least four vessels.

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