Turnbull Tours Austal’s Western Australia Yard
- Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was joined by Senator Linda Reynolds and Senator Chris Back for the tour of Austal’s Henderson shipyard, hosted by Austal CEO David Singleton and Chairman John Rothwell. (Image: Rod Taylor/Austal)
- From Left: Senator Chris Back, Senator Linda Reynolds and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in front of Hull 392, a 70m offshore crew transfer vessel under construction for Caspian Marine Services. (Image: Rod Taylor/Austal)
- The Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement (PPBR) includes 19 x 40m steel vessels designed and constructed by Austal for delivery to 12 Pacific Island nations from late 2018. (Image: Austal)
- Austal’s 72m High Speed Support Vessel developed for the Royal Navy of Oman is similar in size (length) to Offshore Patrol Vessels under consideration for the Commonwealth’s SEA1180 Program – and demonstrates the company’s success in developing competitive export products. (Image: Austal)
- Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in front of the 72m (offshore patrol vessel sized) High Speed Support Vessel - designed and constructed for the Royal Navy of Oman by Austal. (Image: Rod Taylor/Austal)
- Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Austal CEO David Singleton and Austal Chairman John Rothwell learn more about the 72m High Speed Support Vessel (HSSV) from HSSV Program Manager Mark Clay. (Image: Rod Taylor/Austal)
Austal Limited welcomed Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to the company’s Henderson, Western Australia shipyard, demonstrating the facility’s naval shipbuilding capabilities, innovation and export success.