Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Ukraine’s military to conduct sea trials of new high-speed patrol boats

Ministry of Defense of Ukraine in the near future to conduct sea trials of a series of fast high-speed military boats developed by company «Sea Magic».

As the press service of the Association of Ukrainian Defense Manufacturers told, which includes the company «Sea Magic», the relevant document on preparation for state trials was signed by Minister of Defence of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak and representative of the company of 24 May.

During the last several years the member companies of the Association has provided the Armed Forces of Ukraine with considerable amount of armored vehicles, air-defense capabilities, electronic warfare devices, drones, other modern armaments and military equipment.


According to the document, the first trial will be held “Jura” high-speed patrol boats. The high-speed patrol boat is designed to deliver up to 3 combat swimmers or 5 soldiers with light equipment, staging surface and underwater false targets and obstacles delivery remote-controlled underwater robots and explosive charges, finding and destroying underwater mines and navigation tasks in the sea.

The maximum speed of the boat – 110 km / h, range – more than 500 km. In addition, the boat has the sixth grade ballistic protection post controls and systems, and invisible to thermal imagers.

In the near future will be published a detailed review of the «Sea Magic» company products.

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