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Corvettes : Bung Tomo Class

Posted By Riko | Thursday, July 17, 2014 | | 0 Comments »

KRI JOHN LIE 358
(credit : uwa212@kaskus)

This Variant of BAE F2000 design was originally ordered by the Royal Brunei Navy as the Nakhoda Ragam class, Built by BAE Systems Maritime - Naval Ships. Due to a contract dispute, the ships were never commisioned by the Royal Brunei Navy.
The Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL) acquired the ships in 2013, and expected to enter service in September 2014.
The Surface to Air Missile (SAM) originally armed by a MBDA Seawolf had to replaced by VL MICA missiles system.


Technical Data :
Displacement: 1.940 tons Full Load
Dimensions : 89,9 x 12,8 x 3,6 meters / 295 x 42 x 12 feet
Propulsion : 4 x MAN B&W; 2 Shafts, Max. Speed 30 Knots
Crew : 79
Radars : Air & Surface Search : BAE System Insyte AWS-9 3D E- and F-band.
Navigation : Kelvin Hughes Type 1007
Fire Control : Radamec Series 2500 
EW :  ESM, Thales Sensor Cutlass 242 
Weapon Control : Signaal LIOD 73 Ri optronic director. Signaal WM22 72 Ri WCS
Sonars : Thales TMS 4130C1 Hull Mounted Underwater Sonar
Armament : 1 x Oto Melara 76mm DP; 2 x DS 30B REMSIG 30mm;
SAM : 16 x VLS MICA;
SSM 2 x 4 Exocet MM40 Block II;
2 x Triple BAE System 324 mm Torpedo
Aviation : Flight Deck for 1 x  AS565 Panther
Builders : BAE Systems Marine


DE  Name
357 KRI Bung Tomo (ex. KDB Jerambak 30)
358 KRI Jhon Lie (ex. KDB Nakhoda Ragam 28)
359 KRI Usman-Harun (ex. KDB Bendahara Sakam 29) 

FAC : Singa Class

Posted By Riko | Wednesday, July 16, 2014 | | 0 Comments »

 

KRI SINGA 651



Singa Class was the first of FPB 57 programs, a cooperation between Indonesian government and the German government to strengthen Indonesia's shipbuilding capability.
The Technologies and experience gained throughout this programs used by PT. PAL to design and built their own ships up until today.
KRI Singa (651) and KRI Ajak (653) was a NAV I mod. fitted with AEG Torpedoes Tube at the aft. deck.

  Technical Data :
Displacement: 447 tons Full Load
Dimensions : 58.1 x 7.62 x 2.73 meters / 190.6 x 25 x 9 feet
Propulsion : 2 shafts; 2 cruise diesels, 8,260 bhp, 28,1 knots
Crew : 42
Radars : Surface Search : Racal Decca 2459; I-Band. Fire Control : Signaal WM22; I/J-Band
EW : Decoys : CSEE Dadaia single trainable launcher, automatic dispenser for IR flares. 
ESM, Thomson-CSF DR-3000 S1: intercept 
Weapon Control : Signaal LIOD 73 Ri optronic director. Signaal WM22 72 Ri WCS
Sonars : Signaal PMS 32
Armament : 1 x Bofors SAK 57 m/70 Mk.2; 1 x Bofors SAK 40 mm/70; 2 x Rheinmetall 20mm; Torpedoes 2-21 inch (533mm) Toro Tubes. AEG SUT
Builders : Lurssen, Vegesack, Germany (811, 812) & PT. PAL SY, Surabaya, Indonesia  (813, 814)


DE  Name
651 KRI Singa .NAV I
653 KRI Ajak .NAV I 
KRI AJAK 653

FAC : Kakap Class

Posted By Riko | Wednesday, July 16, 2014 | | 0 Comments »

KRI KAKAP 811

The Kakap Class was the second batch of the FPB 57 Project, first ordered in 1989, KRI Barakuda (814) was the last to be commissioned in August 1995 . 811, 812, 813 was built as a NAV III mod, designed to be a patrol boat and also served as a SAR (Search And Rescue) Platform indicated by its capabilities to receive an NBO helicopter on it's Aft Helicopter Platform, thus very lightly armed compared to her sisters the NAV I, NAV II and NAV V mod.
The single NAV IV (814) was fitted with a minor variations, during the late President Suharto's administration, KRI Barakuda also performed as the Presidential Yacht.

Technical Data :
Displacement: 425 tons Full Load
Dimensions : 58.1 x 7.62 x 2.73 meters / 190.6 x 25 x 9 feet
Propulsion : 2 shafts; 2 cruise diesels, 8,260 bhp, 28,1 knots
Crew : 49 + 8 Transients
Radars : Surface Search : Racal Decca 2459; I-Band. Navigation : KH 1007; I-Band
EW : ESM, Thomson-CSF DR-3000 S1: intercept 
Armament : 1 x 40 mm, 2 x 7,62 SMG mm
Aviation: aft helicopter platform for 1 NBO-105 helicopter
Builders : Lurssen, Vegesack, Germany (811, 812) & PT. PAL SY, Surabaya, Indonesia  (813, 814)

KRI Tongkol 813
KRI TONGKOL 813

DE  Name
811 KRI Kakap .NAV III
812 KRI Kerapu .NAV III
813 KRI Tongkol .NAV III
814 KRI Barakuda .NAV IV 
 
KRI BARAKUDA 814