November 2009
Ausmarine;Nov2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports on aluminium patrol boats for the Armed Forces of Malta (AFM) which have been launched at Austal's Western Australian facilities. The vessels are designed to assist the AFM with surveillance and border protection and boat fire-fighting capability via a fire monitor. According to Austal Business Development Manager Jamie Robinson, versatility is one of the standout characteristics of the vessels.


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