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Seafuture 2021: MBDA displays MARTE ER anti-ship missile


The European multinational developer and manufacturer of missiles, MBDA displays MARTE ER anti-ship missile, at the International Naval and Maritime Defense Exhibition  Seafuture 2021.


Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 A model of MARTE ER anti-ship missile (Picture source: Navy Recognition)


MARTE ER represents the third generation within the MARTE family of missile systems and is derived from Marte MK2 which is already in service with the Italian Navy and overseas countries.

The weapon is designed to operate in all weather conditions and to deliver its highly effective lethal effect at ranges over 100 km. Its highly flexible mission profile allows for automatic and manual waypoints, salvo firing and attacks on land coordinates, with specific methods of countering ship hard and soft defences.

Marte ER's multi-platform capability allows customers to maximise the system's benefits with a very flexible and efficient logistics package.