CMN presents new Stealth Ship Concept at IDEX 2011

 

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IDEX 2011
International Defence Exhibition & Conference
Abu Dhabi
, United Arab Emirates
20 - 24 February 2011
 
CMN present at IDEX 2011
 

Thursday, 24 February 2011, 10:10 PM

 
CMN presents new Stealth Ship Concept at IDEX 2011
 
 

The Combattante 65S is 65 meters in length and has been designed for intelligence gathering and special forces operations.

Its design has been focused on stealth. Therefore most sensors can be found in the integrated mast called Cmast. The Cmast is designed by Cassidian while other subcontractors include Chelton Cobam and Ineo Defense.

 

     
At IDEX 2011 French shipbuilder CMN is presenting for the first time a new stealth corvette concept, the Combattante 65S.
CMN's Combattante 65S
     

3D Radar, radar and radio interceptors, IRST by Thales can be found inside the Cmast .

The Combattante 65S typical weapon load would include a stealth 57mm cannon by Bofors and 8 Mica VL by MBDA.

The Combattante 65S is a concept and still in study process.

About CMN:
CONSTRUCTIONS MECANIQUES DE NORMANDIE (CMN) is a privately owned shipyard located in Cherbourg (France) which has already built more than 350 military and commercial vessels such as fast attack missile boats of the COMBATTANTE type, patrol vessels (small coast guard boats up to large offshore patrol vessels) of the VIGILANTE type and ultra fast INTERCEPTORS for anti-smuggling operations and immigration control.

 
At IDEX 2011 French shipbuilder CMN is presenting for the first time a new stealth corvette concept, the Combattante 65S.
CMN stand during IDEX 2011

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