GSL takes pride in building the first ever Sail Training Ship “INS Tarangini” for the Indian Navy for training cadets. This Ship is built for worldwide operations to the design of Colin Mudie, UK and was commissioned on 11th Nov.1997. After satisfactory performance of “INS Tarangini”, GSL secured a repeat order for second Sail Training Ship “INS Sudarshini” which was successfully built and was commissioned on 27 Jan. 2012.
The ship is a steel hulled, round bilged, three masted sailing ship, square rigged on the forward and main mast and fore and aft rigged on the mizzen mast and has eighteen sails with a sail area of approx. 1035 sq. m.It has a/so got a very high endurance and can be deployed at sea continuously for a period of twenty days. The ship will have an accommodation for 61 persons and will be used under sailor under power and under combination of both.
Sail training ships are increasingly being used as basic seamanship and character building platforms by Navies the world over.
|Functions||This three masted, square rigged, sail
shipis used for training of cadets on rigging of sails.
|Material of Construction|
|Lloyd’s Register of shipping
+100 Al SSC MONO YACHT GG
|Length Overall||54.00 M|
|Length Overall (Hull)||42.80 M|
|Breadth (mid.)||8.50 M|
|Sail area||1035 sq.mtrs|
|Displacement (fullload)||513 Tons (approx.)|
|Accommodation||16 Crew & 45 Cadets|
|Fresh Water||45 Tons|
|Speed||8 Knots (approx.)|
|Main Engine||2 x 320 HP at 1800 RPM|
|Gear Box||Reverse reduction type|
|Propulsion||2 x Fixed pitch propeller|
|Fire fighting (Internal)|
|Networks||415 V, 3Phase,50 HZ / 230VAC / 24 V DC|
|Generators||2 x 120 KW, 415 V, 3 Phase 50 Hz|
|Emergency Gen||6 KVA, 230 V, 1Phase, 50 Hz|
|Anchor Equipment||2 x 570 Kgs.H.H.P anchor with chain
as per class requirement.
1x 150 Kgs H.H.P anchor
|Davit||2 nos.swan neck single davit for
|Winches||4 nos.electric mooring winches.|
|Boats||1 Rescue Boat of 4.7 M long
1 RIB of 4.7M long
|Oily Bilge Water Separator|
|STP cum Vacuum Toilet System|
|F.W. Generating System, RO type (10TPD)|
|Navigation & External Communication
|10 KW X-Band Radar with ARPA|
|Electronic Chart Display & Information system|
|Communication according to GMDSS – A3|