#7. The second native warship of the Visakhapatnam-class the Indian Navy “Mormugao” stealth guided-missile destroyers at the Mazagon Dock Ship Builders Ltd (MDL).
#6. Workers constructing the indigenously built warship for its launch in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
#5. So with a weight of 2844 tonnes, the body made its first contact with water at 11.58am on 17 September with full fanfare. Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Sunil Lanba was the Chief Guest during the ceremony.
#4. This ship is equip with an array of state of art sensors and weapons. Also including vertically launch missile system for very long gap engagement of air, shore and sea-based targets.
#3. Touching on the paint of Mormugao.
#2. Also design for a complement of 50 officers and 250 sailors. Furthermore the working spaces and accommodation is design with emphasis on habitability and ergonomics.
#1.The P15B destroyers integrate new design concepts for improved sea keeping, survivability, stealth and also ship manoeuvrability.