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South African designed, built vessel is launched to meet growing African demand

[Johannesburg, 20 October 2014] - Ship building and marine solutions company Nautic Africa has launched its new 35m Sentinel multi-role vessels (MRVs). The vessels have been designed and built in South Africa to meet growing African market demand for high quality, value for money and versatile MRVs.

Nautic Africa's CEO James Fisher says: "MRVs have become an essential component in the maritime security operations of several African countries, requiring vessels capable of performing diverse operations – from patrolling and crew transfer duties to combating oil spills, firefighting and dealing with security threats."

Greg Wessels, planning and project manager for Nautic Africa, said: "The 35m Sentinel design is based on client and market requirements."
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Last updated : 20 October 2014

 
 
 

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