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Catamaran for Australian Navy

      6/15/1999

HMAS JERVIS BAY one of the most advanced catamarans ever built in Australia has been commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy in Hobart.86 metre high-speed catamaran built and trialed in Tasmania is capable of carrying 500 fully equipped combat troops and a range of army vehicles and equipment at speeds in excess of 40 knots over considerable distances. HMAS JERVIS BAY will supplement the current amphibious force element group that comprises HMAS TOBRUK, the two amphibious transports (LPAs) and heavy landing craft (LCH). She will be based in Darwin and is set to be involved in a range of ADF activities including exercise 'Crocodile 99' later this year. The vessel is manned by two crews of 20 Navy and Army personnel who completed their training at the Australian Maritime College Launceston. More information: Defence Systems Daily


 


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