ADSB, Next Phase of Corvette Class Program

Thursday, May 06, 2010
Photo courtesy ADSB

Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB), the leading shipbuilder and naval support services provider in the Arabian Gulf region, has commenced the next phase of its Baynunah Corvette Class pride Program constructions for the UAE Navy. The Prime Contractor has moved the second vessel from the assembly hall where it will pass through its final systems outfitting in preparation for its launching sometimes later in this year where it will go through an intensive acceptance trials prior to the final delivery to the UAE Navy. The First Of Class has already been launched in mid 2009. Four more corvettes are currently progressing construction in ADSB premises and the final delivery of all the 6 Baynunah Class Corvettes  is expected to be completed by 2014.
 

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