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Laccadive Sea. 04 OCT 2016
Vessel WARSHIP A77 (IMO: 1011721, MMSI: 419000297) is a sailing vessel built in 2011 and currently sailing under the flag of India. WARSHIP A77 has 54m length overall and beam of 10m. Her gross tonnage is 360 tons.
Class and type: Three masted barque
Length:54 m (177 ft)
Beam:8.53 m (28.0 ft)
Height:34.5 m (113 ft) (mainmast above waterline)
Draught:4.5 m (15 ft)
Installed power:320 hp (240 kW) per engine
Propulsion:2 Kirloskar Cummins diesel engines
Sail plan:Barque rig (1035m² sail area)
INS Sudarshini is a sail training ship built byGoa Shipyard Limited for the Indian Navy. The ship is a follow-on of INS Tarangini which was commissioned in 1997. "Sudarshini" means "beautiful lady Sundari" after the younger half-sister of Buddha. The ship has been designed by Colin Mudie, a naval architect and yacht designer from the United Kingdom.
Design and construction
Sudarshini is a three-masted sailing ship with a barque rig. It is 54 metres long and has 20 sails, 7.5 km of rope and 1.5 km of steel wire rope. Its sails have a total area of approximately 1,035 square metres (11,140 sq ft). Capable of operations under sail or power, and with complement of five officers, 31 sailors and 30 cadets embarked for training, it can remain at sea for at least 20 days at a time.
Sudarshini's steel hull was launched on 25 January 2011 at the port town of Vasco da Gama, Goa on the west coast of India, and by then the major portion of work had been completed. It was commissioned in Indian Navy on 27 January 2012 by Vice Admiral K.N. Sushil, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Naval Command. Built for worldwide operations, it will be used as a basic seamanship and character building platform.