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FAC : Clurit Class

Posted By Riko | Sunday, November 17, 2013 | | 0 Comments »


KRI CLURIT 641

The Clurit Class are made entirely by Indonesian shipyard, made out of High Tensile Steel for its hull and aluminum alloy for its upper structure. Powered by 3 diesel engines, the ship can reach the maximum speed of 32 knots. The Indonesian Navy planned to build 6 of the class, with the fourth is currently under construction.
TNI AL also ordered 2 other ship with the same hull design as the clurit, minus the AShM capability, the 2 ships will bear the 8XX pennant number indicating them as part of the patrol forces instead of 6XX pennant number as bear by the Clurit class indicating they are part of the Fast Attack Forces. 


Technical Data :
Displacement: 250 tons
Dimensions : 44 x 8 x 3.4 meter
Propulsion : 2 shafts; 3 x MAN V12 cruise diesels, 1,800 bhp, 32 knots
Crew : 35 + 13 SF 
Fire Control :  
EW  :
Armament : 2 x C-705 SSM,1 x 30mm AK630 CIWS, 2 x 20mm Denel Vektor G12 
Builders : PT. Palindo Marine Shipyard, Batam, Indonesia

KRI BELADAU 643 (@audrey)


DE  Name
641 KRI Clurit (CLT)
642 KRI Kujang (KJG)
643 KRI Beladau (BLD)
644 KRI Alamang (   ) 

FAC : Mandau Class

Posted By Riko | Sunday, May 12, 2013 | | 0 Comments »

KRI Mandau 621


The Mandau Class was a Korean-built Fast Attack Craft (FAC). The design was a modification of the US Asheville class design known as PSMM MK V (Patrol Ship Multi Mission). Made out Of allumunium and powered by 2 diesels engine and a gas turbine, the Mandau class can quickly react and reach 41 knots. Within the US standard, Mandau Class is a PGM (Patrol Guided Missile), whilst with the Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL) it is classified as a PSK (Patrol Ship Killer)

Technical Data :
Displacement: 290 tons
Dimensions : 53.58 x 8 x 1.63 meters / 175.8 x 26.2 x 5.3 feet
Propulsion : 2 shafts; 2 cruise diesels, 2,240 bhp; 1 boost gas turbine, 25,000 shp, 41 knots
Crew : 43 
Fire Control : WM-28 
EW : DR-200S Mk1 intercept 
Armament : 4 x MM 38 Exocet,1 x 57mm/70cal DP, 1 x 40 mm, 2 x 20 mm
Builders : Korea-Tacoma SY, Masan, South Korea.

KRI Keris 624


DE  Name
621 KRI Mandau
622 KRI Rencong
623 KRI Badik
624 KRI Keris 

LPD : Banjarmasin Class

Posted By Riko | Thursday, April 18, 2013 | | 0 Comments »

KRI Banjarmasin 592

The Banjarmasin Class LPD (Landing Platform Dock) are the sister ships of the Makassar class. The Banjarmasin class slightly longer and have a bigger flight deck in compensation for a shorter main super structure. Purchased by The Indonesian Navy as a package of 4 ships along with the Makassar Class, the Banjarmasin Designed and Built by PT. PAL of Indonesia under the Transfer of Technology agreement as part of the deal. 
In several occasions, the Banjarmasin Class act as a Command and Control (CnC) during Naval Tactical exercise.

Technical Data :
Displacement: 11,394 tons
Dimensions : 125 x 22 x 11,3 meters
Propulsion : CODAD 2 x MAN B&W 8L28/32A; 2 shafts; 2,666 bhp, Max 16 knots Cruising 14 Knots,
Crew : 126
Complement :Up to 344 persons.
Aviation : 4 Medium Helicopters (aft)
Hangar :  1 Medium Helicopter
Cargo : 14 Vehicle at 8 tons each
Landing Craft : 2 LCVP 23 meters, 1 Hovercraft.
Armament : 2 x 40mm Bofors SAK 40/L70, 2 x 20mm Oerlikon, 2 x  Mistral TETRAL SAM positions..
Builders : PT. PAL, Jawa Timur, Indonesia

DE  Name
592 KRI Banjarmasin 
593 KRI Banda Aceh
 
KRI Banda Aceh 593, alongside KRI Sultan Iskandar Muda 367 and USCG Cutter during a joint excercise