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Dearsan Shipyard to exhibit its shipbuilding capabilities at IDEF 2023

Turkiye’s leading shipyard, Dearsan Shipyard, is participating at 16th International Defence Industry Fair (IDEF’23) with it’s vast experience of commercial and military shipbuilding spanning over several decades. Established in 1980, Dearsan Shipyard exported first naval vessel in 2011.

Major military products of Dearsan Shipyard include C92 corvette, Tuzla class patrol boat, OPV 76 (offshore patrol vessel), C74 guided missile corvette, FAC 65 (fast attack craft/missile boat), FIB 33 (fast intervention boat), MHV 55 (mine hunting vessel), L-Sub (light submarine).

Dearsan Shipyard signed an agreement with the Nigerian Navy for the supply for two OPV-76 offshore patrol vessels, in 2021. This year, Dearsan Shipyard signed another agreement with the Nigerian Navy for the Refit and Remodeling project of the NNS ARADU Frigate (F89), the Flagship of the Nigerian Navy. 

Dearsan shipyard is also working on several projects including SALVO Armed Unmanned Surface Vehicle (AUSV). Recently, SALVO AUSV also took part in a military exercise, where the fastest AUSV in its class fired against moving surface target with Guided Missile & Machine Gun, capable of competing with its counterparts in the world, capable to execute different tasks along with the valuable contributions of Dearsan’s local and national solution partners, especially Aselsan, Roketsan and Yaltes.

Umair Aslam
Umair Aslam is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Global Defense Insight. He has worked as a defense journalist reporting on military modernization programs, defense industry, arms procurement, and emerging technologies.

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