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Patrol vessel joins Coast Guard Eastern region

Press Trust of India  |  Chennai 

Offshore patrol vessel Shaunak has joined the Eastern Region fleet, the Coast Guard said today.

The 105-metre long vessel can travel upto a speed of 23 knots per hour. It is commanded by Deputy Inspector General T Shashi Kumar and manned by 14 officers.



The induction of the vessel in Coast Guard Eastern region would give a fillip to the maritime protection in the Eastern coast, particularly to states like and Tamil Nadu, a release said.

The vessel was commissioned by Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu last month and a ceremonial reception was organised at the Port following its commissioning in Goa, it said.

ADGP, Coastal Security Group, C Sylendra Babu presided over the function in which senior officials from Coast Guard Eastern region also participated.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Patrol vessel joins Coast Guard Eastern region

Offshore patrol vessel Shaunak has joined the Eastern Region fleet, the Coast Guard said today. The 105-metre long vessel can travel upto a speed of 23 knots per hour. It is commanded by Deputy Inspector General T Shashi Kumar and manned by 14 officers. The induction of the vessel in Coast Guard Eastern region would give a fillip to the maritime protection in the Eastern coast, particularly to states like Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, a release said. The vessel was commissioned by Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu last month and a ceremonial reception was organised at the Chennai Port Trust following its commissioning in Goa, it said. ADGP, Coastal Security Group, C Sylendra Babu presided over the function in which senior officials from Coast Guard Eastern region also participated. Offshore patrol vessel Shaunak has joined the Eastern Region fleet, the Coast Guard said today.

The 105-metre long vessel can travel upto a speed of 23 knots per hour. It is commanded by Deputy Inspector General T Shashi Kumar and manned by 14 officers.

The induction of the vessel in Coast Guard Eastern region would give a fillip to the maritime protection in the Eastern coast, particularly to states like and Tamil Nadu, a release said.

The vessel was commissioned by Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu last month and a ceremonial reception was organised at the Port following its commissioning in Goa, it said.

ADGP, Coastal Security Group, C Sylendra Babu presided over the function in which senior officials from Coast Guard Eastern region also participated.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Patrol vessel joins Coast Guard Eastern region

Offshore patrol vessel Shaunak has joined the Eastern Region fleet, the Coast Guard said today.

The 105-metre long vessel can travel upto a speed of 23 knots per hour. It is commanded by Deputy Inspector General T Shashi Kumar and manned by 14 officers.

The induction of the vessel in Coast Guard Eastern region would give a fillip to the maritime protection in the Eastern coast, particularly to states like and Tamil Nadu, a release said.

The vessel was commissioned by Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu last month and a ceremonial reception was organised at the Port following its commissioning in Goa, it said.

ADGP, Coastal Security Group, C Sylendra Babu presided over the function in which senior officials from Coast Guard Eastern region also participated.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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