Pakistan Navy Vessel PNS Tabuk Commissioned in Romania

Pakistan Navy Vessel PNS Tabuk Commissioned in Romania

On 12th November, the Pakistan Navy commissioned its new Corvette, a Damen OPV 1900, named PNS Tabuk at the Port of Constanta in Romania. The

ship is part of a two vessel order with Damen, signed by the Pakistan Ministry of Defence in 2017. Both ships are built at Damen Shipyards Galati in Romania. The first vessel, PNS Yarmook, joined the Pakistan Navy’s fleet in February this year. Like her sister vessel, PNS Tabuk is a multipurpose, highly adaptable platform, capable of performing a wide variety of operations in a complex maritime environment. She is able to launch a helicopter and a UAV, as well as two RHIBs simultaneously.

During the commissioning, the delegates, which included many attending the event remotely due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. were addressed by the commanding officer of PNS Tabuk, Captain Muhammad Umair. The Captain acknowledged Damen’s professional competency during the project and expressed confidence in future cooperation.

Damen will continue to provide support to PNS Tabuk during her service.

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