New oil tanker, cadet ships launched for Indonesian Navy

Photo: PT.Bureau Veritas Indonesia

A total of three new ships were launched at two separate shipyards for the Indonesian Navy on September 24 and 25.

Shipbuilder PT. Karimun Anugrah Sejati launched two 45-meter cadet training ships – V-06 and V-07 – on September 24 in Batam.

Another Batam-based shipbuilder, Batamec Shipyard, launched the 122-meter oil tanker KRI Bontang (907) on September 25.

With 5,550 cubic meters of oil cargo capacity, the ship will join sister ship KRI Tarakan in providing fuel for other Indonesian Navy ships at sea.

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