Rolls-Royce to Power Oman Police Vessels

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

January 14, 2016

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Rolls-Royce informs it has signed a contract with Finnish company Marine Alutech Oy Ab to provide 28 Waterjets for 14 Watercat K13 Fast Intercept Craft (FIC) ordered by the Royal Oman Police.

The boats will be built at the Marine Alutech Yard in Finland and are due to be delivered by the end of 2017.

The Watercat K13, which has a wide range of operating characteristics but is especially suitable for patrolling, interception and rescue purposes in all weather conditions, will be propelled via two 651 kW diesel engines with twin Rolls-Royce Steel Series 32A3 waterjets. The boat has a top speed of over 50 knots and a range exceeding 200 nautical miles, fully loaded.

David Kemp, Rolls-Royce, Vice President Sales – Naval, said, “Rolls-Royce Kamewa waterjets contribute significantly to the maneuverability, efficiency and performance of these highly capable vessels particularly at speeds in excess of 50 knots. The Kamewa A3 series is up to 3 percent more energy-efficient than earlier models and together with a reduced footprint on the vessel, lower weight and life-cycle costs, can substantially reduce fuel costs and CO2 emissions, making them highly efficient as well as highly effective.”
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