X18 ATC – Tank Boat

Length:
18.75m
Beam:
7.50m
Speed:
40 knots
Engine:
2 x 1700HP MTU V12 2000M86 DIESEL Engine MTU V12 2000M86
Engine Power:
1700HP
Year:
2021
Waterjet:
MJP 550 CSU MJP CSU
Config:
Dual
Shipyard:
North Sea Boats

The X18 ATC (Armoured Troop Carrier) is an innovative, fast, stealthy, and highly manouverable catamaran design that provides a stable weapons platform for close-in and long range fire support in normally inaccessible coastal and riverine environments.

Fitted with high performance diesel engines and MJP 550 CSU waterjet propulsion, the twin hull configuration has excellent sea keeping properties and the adds advantage of shallow draft.

Giving in the ability to execute beach and river landings and insert or extract squads of up to 60 Special Forces or Marines. The X18 ATC has a crew of 5, and will also carry a high-speed Interdiction inflatable Raiding craft for boarding and SEAL insertion.

The Cockerill 3030 is a unique multi mission, light and protected remote weapon station with innovative roof system that allows unique observation. It has an anti tank and anti bunker rocket system. It’s panoramic sight integrated system is slaved to the cannon for infantry support configuration. Gun elevation goes from -10 degree up to +60 degree. The ballistic protection is up to level 4 STANAG 4569. Ammunition loading is under armored and has single/dual feeder with a minimun of 155 ready-rounds.

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Shaldag MK V – Philippine Navy

Length:
32.65 m
Beam:
6.20 m
Speed:
40+ knots
Year:
2022
Waterjet:
MJP 650 CSU MJP CSU
Config:
Dual
Shipyard:
Israel Shipyard

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BADAGAON – Korean Hybrid Patrol Vessel

Length:
26.5 m
Beam:
5.1 m
Speed:
32 knots
Engine:
CAT C32 C32
Engine Power:
Propulsion motor, Battery, and energy management system - Praxis
Year:
2022
Waterjet:
MJP 500 DRB MJP DRB
Config:
Dual
Shipyard:
Korean Shipyard

This vessel is the first hybrid waterjet propulsion vessel in Korea built with this state-of-the-art technology.┬áHybrid: Propulsion motor, Battery, and energy management system – Praxis

Originally it was designed to patrol Masan port at 30 knots. However, upon completion, the hybrid vessel exceeded its speed requirement at 32 knots.

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LHD Landing Craft (LLC) – Royal Australian Navy

Length:
23.3 meters
Beam:
6.4 meters
Speed:
22 knots
Engine:
MAN 2 x MAN D-2842 LE 402X diesel engines
Engine Power:
809 kW
Year:
Multi-Year
Waterjet:
MJP 650 MJP CSU
Config:
Dual
Shipyard:
Navantia

The LCM-1E is a class of amphibious Landing Craft, Mechanized (LCM) manufactured by Navantia who also build the LHD hulls. In Royal Australian Navy service these craft are purpose built for the Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) and are referred to as LHD Landing Craft (LLC).

These landing craft are intended to deliver troops and equipment onshore where there are no fixed port facilities. They have the ability to be used Over The Horizon, which means that the LCM-1E can transport between the ship and the coast starting at a distance greater than that marks the horizon, i.e. greater than 20 nautical miles (37 km). To perform this type of landing, the LCM-1E are equipped with a radar navigation, GPS, gyro needle/magnetic and HF communications equipment, VHF and UHF.

Another important point is the speed and autonomy. The propulsion is by two engines MAN of 806 kW and two MJP 650 CSU waterjets, offering a speed of 22 knots without load and 13.5 knots laden, with a range of 190 nautical miles (352 km).

The LCM-1E incorporates a stern gate, facilitating the loading/unloading of rolling stock within the flood levee, not necessary the output of the front two boats to load/unload the rear, with a limit of 12 tonnes maximum for the transfer of vehicles one barge to another.

The watercraft enable the transport of troops and equipment from the LHDs to the shore including where there are no fixed port facilities. Credit, Royal Australian Navy.

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