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FSD Ferretti Security & Defence at the DSA 2018

Ferretti Security & Defence at Defence Services Asia 2018

Ferretti Security & Defence at Defence Services Asia 2018Ferretti Security & Defence (FSD) for the first time at DSA – Defense Services Asia. The event is taking place in Kuala Lumpur, at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (April, 16th to 19th).

Defense Services Asia is an inter-force biennial exhibition showcasing some of the most sophisticated technologies, hardware and electronic warfare in Land, Air and Sea Defence. DSA 2018 is hosted, supported and co-organised by the Ministry of Defence, the Malaysian Armed Forces and the Royal Malaysia Police.

At DSA, FSD will introduce to the Southeast Asian market the FSD195 (of which 2 units have already been produced), the FSD150 CB (Combat Boat) and the FSD 350 models.

FSD195, Fast Patrol Vessel by Ferretti Security and Defense, is a 20-metre boat, with high-performance features, about 37 tons weight, a maximum speed in excess of 50 knots and an autonomy range of over 500 miles. It is equipped with two 1900 hp engines and can be fitted with a 12.7 mm LRCWS machine gun, as well as other weapon systems. FSD195 has also been tested with great success in Italian waters as a chase boat (bullet proofed tender), for agile and reliable civil security usages.

FSD150 CB is a 16.2-metre boat and just over 22 tons, propelled by 2 engines of 800 hp each, able to easily overcome the 45 knots embarking 3 crew members and up to 22 operators.

The FSD350 patrol boat, 35 meters long and weighing 125 tons, is among the most impressive FSD platforms. Equipped with two 3700 hp engines that operate the Rolls-Royce KaMeWa water jet, it is designed to exceed 45 knots and achieve the exceptional top speed of 55 knots in the CODAG (Combined Diesel And Gas) version.

The FSD range consists of high-performance boats in terms of speed and strength, equipped with technologically advanced SDC (Combat Systems) solutions. The naval platforms presented at the DSA all feature hybrid composite (glass-carbon) hulls. They are also customisable to meet the needs of the various geographical areas and of any operating scenarios.