HAMINA (80) class Weapon Systems // Ships // Small Combatants

Country of Origin: Finland

The HAMINA class is a series of fast surface combatant missile ships, with an aluminum construction. Lightweight composite materials are used in the superstructure. The first unit was ordered on Jan. 26, 1997. On Dec. 3, 2003, Aker Finnyards and the Finnish navy signed a contract for the third of the HAMINA-class fast surface combatant worth US$23.7 million after the decommissioning of the prototype NB-432 (T-2000) class prototype. The contract for the construction of the fourth HAMINA...


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