Swiftships awarded contract for Egyptian patrol craft
Work under the FMS deal will be completed by November 2023, and contract options could increase the value of the work to $26.35 million.
Under the contract, the company will also supply Forward Looking Infrared Systems, personal computer packages, and associated contractor engineering technical services for the programme.
Swiftships’ 28m boat has a top speed of 25kt and a range of 900nmi, which can be extended by afloat refuelling.
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