Go explore modern equipment on three Indian naval ships in Vietnam

By Nguyen Dong   May 22, 2018 | 01:22 pm GMT+7

Take a close look at the Indian ships which are in Vietnam's Da Nang for a five-day visit.

Three Indian naval ships with 900 officers and sailors arrived at Tien Sa Port, Da Nang, on Monday, starting a five-day visit as part of the deployment of the Indian Navys Eastern Fleet to Southeast Asia and the northwestern Pacific.

Three Indian naval ships with 900 officers and sailors arrived at Tien Sa Port, Da Nang, on Monday, starting a five-day visit as part of the deployment of the Indian Navy's Eastern Fleet to Southeast Asia and the northwestern Pacific.

The INS Sahyadri is a Shivalik-class stealth multi-role frigate commissioned since 2012. The 6,000-ton ship is 142.5 meters (467 feet) long, 16.9 meters wide and can reach a maximum speed of 32 nautical miles.

The INS Sahyadri is a Shivalik-class stealth multi-role frigate commissioned since 2012. The 6,000-ton ship is 142.5 meters (467 feet) long, 16.9 meters wide and can reach a maximum speed of 32 nautical miles.

The ship is equipped with cruise missiles, rockets and torpedoes.

The ship is equipped with cruise missiles, rockets and torpedoes.

The ship has a 76.2 mm gun that can fire 120 shots a minute against both ground and air targets in a 16-kilometer range.

The ship has a 76.2 mm gun that can fire 120 shots a minute against both ground and air targets in a 16-kilometer range.

The aircraft landing space on the INS Kamorta.

The aircraft landing space on the INS Kamorta.

The INS Kamorta is an anti-submarine Kamorta-class stealth corvette which is also furnished with state-of-the-art facilities like the Sahyadri ship.

The INS Kamorta is an anti-submarine Kamorta-class stealth corvette which is also furnished with state-of-the-art facilities like the Sahyadri ship.

A crew member is on guard on one of the ships. The crews will participate in sport activities and cultural exchanges with officers from the Vietnamese naval team. A joint maritime exercise between the Vietnamese and Indian navies is scheduled on May 25 to wrap up the visit.

A crew member is on guard on one of the ships. The crews will participate in sport activities and cultural exchanges with officers from the Vietnamese naval team. A joint maritime exercise between the Vietnamese and Indian navies is scheduled on May 25 to wrap up the visit.

 
 
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