Indian Navy's anti-submarine corvette Kamorta visits Indonesia

According to information published by Hans India on June 17, 2022, the Indian Navy's Shivalik-class frigate INS Sahyadri and Kamorta-class corvette INS Kamorta have set off on a three-day visit to the Indonesian capital Jakarta.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Kamorta-class stealth frigate INS Kamorta during a visit to Vietnam. (Picture source: xmanO0O0)

INS Kamorta is the first of four anti-submarine Kamorta-class stealth corvettes which have been built for the Indian Navy. She was designed and manufactured by GRSE, launched on 19 April 2010, as part of Project 28, approved in 2003.

Kamorta will have a length of 109 m (358 ft) overall and a beam of 13.7 m (45 ft). The ships displace about 3,500 tonnes (3,900 short tons) at full load. It is powered by four 5,096 hp (3,800 kW) diesel engines at 1,050 rpm.

It uses four Pielstick 12 PA6 STC diesel engines in CODAD configuration and is propelled by two two-shaft, controllable-pitch propellers which allow the ship to reach a top speed of 32 knots (59 km/h; 37 mph).

She has a complement of about 180 sailors and 15 officers excluding the flight crew for the integral ASW helicopter and an endurance of 4,000 nmi (7,400 km; 4,600 mi).

Kamorta is equipped with a wide range of weapon systems. It is fitted with an OTO Melara 76 mm main gun and uses two AK-630 guns and provision for 16-cell VLS launched Barak 1 missiles as a close-in weapon system, which will be added later.