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Det Norske Veritas is a provider of services for managing risk, helping customers to safely and responsibly improve business performance.

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Australia to decommission Armidale-class boat after 14-year service

Mar 15, 2021

by Ridzwan Rahmat The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is preparing to decommission an Armidale-class patrol vessel. Australia’s second Armidale-class patrol boat, HMASLarrakia, seen here during its sea trials. The vessel’s sister ship, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned on 26 March 2021. (Austal) The boat, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned at Darwin on 26 March after 14 years of service. Its departure from its homeport of HMAS Morenton, Brisbane was announced by the RAN on 14 March. Australia commissioned its first Armidale-class boat, HMASArmidalein June 2005 and inducted the final vessel in the class, HMASGlenelg, in February 2008.Pirieis the fifth-in-class, and it was commissioned in July 2006. The Armidale class was originally 14-strong, but one of the vessels,Bundaberg, was destroyed in a major fire in 2014. The 57 m, 305-tonne aluminium-hulled boats are constructed by Austal Ships to Det Norske Veritas standards for high-speed craft and can take on operations up to Sea State 5. The vessel’s weapons consist of a 25 mm ATK M242 marinised Bushmaster deck cannon on an Australian-manufactured Rafael Typhoon Mk 25 stabilised mount and two 12.7 mm machine guns. The Armidale-class boats will progressively be retired to make way for the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), the first of which is scheduled for handover to the RAN in late-2021. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Ridzwan Rahmat The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is preparing to decommission an Armidale-class patrol vessel. Australia’s second Armidale-class patrol boat, HMASLarrakia, seen here during its sea trials. The vessel’s sister ship, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned on 26 March 2021. (Austal) The boat, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned at Darwin on 26 March after 14 years of service. Its departure from its homeport of HMAS Morenton, Brisbane was announced by the RAN on 14 March. Australia commissioned its first Armidale-class boat, HMASArmidalein June 2005 and inducted the final vessel in the class, HMASGlenelg, in February 2008.Pirieis the fifth-in-class, and it was commissioned in July 2006. The Armidale class was originally 14-strong, but one of the vessels,Bundaberg, was destroyed in a major fire in 2014. The 57 m, 305-tonne aluminium-hulled boats are constructed by Austal Ships to Det Norske Veritas standards for high-speed craft and can take on operations up to Sea State 5. The vessel’s weapons consist of a 25 mm ATK M242 marinised Bushmaster deck cannon on an Australian-manufactured Rafael Typhoon Mk 25 stabilised mount and two 12.7 mm machine guns. The Armidale-class boats will progressively be retired to make way for the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), the first of which is scheduled for handover to the RAN in late-2021. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Ridzwan Rahmat The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is preparing to decommission an Armidale-class patrol vessel. Australia’s second Armidale-class patrol boat, HMASLarrakia, seen here during its sea trials. The vessel’s sister ship, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned on 26 March 2021. (Austal) The boat, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned at Darwin on 26 March after 14 years of service. Its departure from its homeport of HMAS Morenton, Brisbane was announced by the RAN on 14 March. Australia commissioned its first Armidale-class boat, HMASArmidalein June 2005 and inducted the final vessel in the class, HMASGlenelg, in February 2008.Pirieis the fifth-in-class, and it was commissioned in July 2006. The Armidale class was originally 14-strong, but one of the vessels,Bundaberg, was destroyed in a major fire in 2014. The 57 m, 305-tonne aluminium-hulled boats are constructed by Austal Ships to Det Norske Veritas standards for high-speed craft and can take on operations up to Sea State 5. The vessel’s weapons consist of a 25 mm ATK M242 marinised Bushmaster deck cannon on an Australian-manufactured Rafael Typhoon Mk 25 stabilised mount and two 12.7 mm machine guns. The Armidale-class boats will progressively be retired to make way for the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), the first of which is scheduled for handover to the RAN in late-2021. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Ridzwan Rahmat The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is preparing to decommission an Armidale-class patrol vessel. Australia’s second Armidale-class patrol boat, HMASLarrakia, seen here during its sea trials. The vessel’s sister ship, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned on 26 March 2021. (Austal) The boat, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned at Darwin on 26 March after 14 years of service. Its departure from its homeport of HMAS Morenton, Brisbane was announced by the RAN on 14 March. Australia commissioned its first Armidale-class boat, HMASArmidalein June 2005 and inducted the final vessel in the class, HMASGlenelg, in February 2008.Pirieis the fifth-in-class, and it was commissioned in July 2006. The Armidale class was originally 14-strong, but one of the vessels,Bundaberg, was destroyed in a major fire in 2014. The 57 m, 305-tonne aluminium-hulled boats are constructed by Austal Ships to Det Norske Veritas standards for high-speed craft and can take on operations up to Sea State 5. The vessel’s weapons consist of a 25 mm ATK M242 marinised Bushmaster deck cannon on an Australian-manufactured Rafael Typhoon Mk 25 stabilised mount and two 12.7 mm machine guns. The Armidale-class boats will progressively be retired to make way for the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), the first of which is scheduled for handover to the RAN in late-2021. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Ridzwan Rahmat The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is preparing to decommission an Armidale-class patrol vessel. Australia’s second Armidale-class patrol boat, HMASLarrakia, seen here during its sea trials. The vessel’s sister ship, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned on 26 March 2021. (Austal) The boat, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned at Darwin on 26 March after 14 years of service. Its departure from its homeport of HMAS Morenton, Brisbane was announced by the RAN on 14 March. Australia commissioned its first Armidale-class boat, HMASArmidalein June 2005 and inducted the final vessel in the class, HMASGlenelg, in February 2008.Pirieis the fifth-in-class, and it was commissioned in July 2006. The Armidale class was originally 14-strong, but one of the vessels,Bundaberg, was destroyed in a major fire in 2014. The 57 m, 305-tonne aluminium-hulled boats are constructed by Austal Ships to Det Norske Veritas standards for high-speed craft and can take on operations up to Sea State 5. The vessel’s weapons consist of a 25 mm ATK M242 marinised Bushmaster deck cannon on an Australian-manufactured Rafael Typhoon Mk 25 stabilised mount and two 12.7 mm machine guns. The Armidale-class boats will progressively be retired to make way for the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), the first of which is scheduled for handover to the RAN in late-2021. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Ridzwan Rahmat The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is preparing to decommission an Armidale-class patrol vessel. Australia’s second Armidale-class patrol boat, HMASLarrakia, seen here during its sea trials. The vessel’s sister ship, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned on 26 March 2021. (Austal) The boat, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned at Darwin on 26 March after 14 years of service. Its departure from its homeport of HMAS Morenton, Brisbane was announced by the RAN on 14 March. Australia commissioned its first Armidale-class boat, HMASArmidalein June 2005 and inducted the final vessel in the class, HMASGlenelg, in February 2008.Pirieis the fifth-in-class, and it was commissioned in July 2006. The Armidale class was originally 14-strong, but one of the vessels,Bundaberg, was destroyed in a major fire in 2014. The 57 m, 305-tonne aluminium-hulled boats are constructed by Austal Ships to Det Norske Veritas standards for high-speed craft and can take on operations up to Sea State 5. The vessel’s weapons consist of a 25 mm ATK M242 marinised Bushmaster deck cannon on an Australian-manufactured Rafael Typhoon Mk 25 stabilised mount and two 12.7 mm machine guns. The Armidale-class boats will progressively be retired to make way for the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), the first of which is scheduled for handover to the RAN in late-2021. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Ridzwan Rahmat The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is preparing to decommission an Armidale-class patrol vessel. Australia’s second Armidale-class patrol boat, HMASLarrakia, seen here during its sea trials. The vessel’s sister ship, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned on 26 March 2021. (Austal) The boat, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned at Darwin on 26 March after 14 years of service. Its departure from its homeport of HMAS Morenton, Brisbane was announced by the RAN on 14 March. Australia commissioned its first Armidale-class boat, HMASArmidalein June 2005 and inducted the final vessel in the class, HMASGlenelg, in February 2008.Pirieis the fifth-in-class, and it was commissioned in July 2006. The Armidale class was originally 14-strong, but one of the vessels,Bundaberg, was destroyed in a major fire in 2014. The 57 m, 305-tonne aluminium-hulled boats are constructed by Austal Ships to Det Norske Veritas standards for high-speed craft and can take on operations up to Sea State 5. The vessel’s weapons consist of a 25 mm ATK M242 marinised Bushmaster deck cannon on an Australian-manufactured Rafael Typhoon Mk 25 stabilised mount and two 12.7 mm machine guns. The Armidale-class boats will progressively be retired to make way for the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), the first of which is scheduled for handover to the RAN in late-2021. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login by Ridzwan Rahmat The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is preparing to decommission an Armidale-class patrol vessel. Australia’s second Armidale-class patrol boat, HMASLarrakia, seen here during its sea trials. The vessel’s sister ship, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned on 26 March 2021. (Austal) The boat, HMASPirie, will be decommissioned at Darwin on 26 March after 14 years of service. Its departure from its homeport of HMAS Morenton, Brisbane was announced by the RAN on 14 March. Australia commissioned its first Armidale-class boat, HMASArmidalein June 2005 and inducted the final vessel in the class, HMASGlenelg, in February 2008.Pirieis the fifth-in-class, and it was commissioned in July 2006. The Armidale class was originally 14-strong, but one of the vessels,Bundaberg, was destroyed in a major fire in 2014. The 57 m, 305-tonne aluminium-hulled boats are constructed by Austal Ships to Det Norske Veritas standards for high-speed craft and can take on operations up to Sea State 5. The vessel’s weapons consist of a 25 mm ATK M242 marinised Bushmaster deck cannon on an Australian-manufactured Rafael Typhoon Mk 25 stabilised mount and two 12.7 mm machine guns. The Armidale-class boats will progressively be retired to make way for the Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), the first of which is scheduled for handover to the RAN in late-2021. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login

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