Fast Interceptors for CG.
Mauritius Coast Guard Service commissions ten patrol boats
Written by Oscar Nkala
The Mauritius Coast Guard Service (MCG) has commissioned into service ten 14.5 metre long Fast Interceptor Boats (FIBs) ordered from Indian shipbuilder Goa Shipyards Limited, the government has announced.
The Mauritian government said the ten vessels were commissioned into service by Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth at the MCGS’s main base at the Caudan Waterfront in the capital Port Louis on March 12. They were delivered in two batches in January and February this year.
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