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Record breaking contract for Maritime Partner

Maritime Partner AS and the Ministry of Defense in Algeria have signed a contract for the construction and supply of 12 units of Alusafe 2000 high speed rescue and patrol vessel, including an extensive training package. The first four vessels will be built by Maritime Partner AS in Aalesund. The next eight vessels will be built under partnership in Annaba in Algeria. 

 

The Alusafe 2000 has a length overall of approximately 21 meters and twin water jets propulsion allows her to reach a speed of 30 knots. Accommodation is made for a crew of seven, and the vessels will carry out rescue and patrol service along the coast of Algeria.

“We have been working on this project since 2010, and we are incredibly proud to have signed this important contract, won in strong international competition, with the Ministry of Defense in Algeria,” says Peder R. Myklebust, CEO of Maritime Partner AS. 

 

 

To read more, please visit the Maritime Partner website.

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