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[Tempatan] Sebab Indonesia, Patrol Bot Malaysia vs Patrol Bot Aussie <Pic Inside>

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PORT KLANG:  The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) received a boost to its security and enforcement ability  in Malaysian waters when it received six new patrol boats.                                    

MMEA's Southern region Chief Maritime First Admiral Adon Shalan said the additional new patrol boats would further bolster its operations against encroachment of neighbouring authorities in local waters.


He cited several cases where neighbouring authorities, especially from Indonesia, had prevented local fishermen from fishing in Malaysian waters.


"I am not sure of the exact number of cases but there have been an increase of such incidents recently, especially during the last two weeks. "We have filed a protest already and also held several talks with them (the Indonesian authorities)."But we have yet to get a real answer on why such incidents occurred." Adon said this after receiving the boats from Limbongan Destination Marine Service here, yesterday.

Adon, whose MMEA's southern region covers the coastlines and waters between Selangor and Johor, said the encroachment would usually happen near the waters off Sekinchan in Selangor as well as in Pengerang in Johor.
He added that the new patrol boats would definitely assist the agency in curbing such encroachments.
Adon said the MMEA currently deployed between seven to 12 patrol boats along the coastline to safeguard the country's interests.

He also expressed hopes for more collaborations between boat manufacturers and the MMEA in the future to continuously enhance the existing security measures.
The MMEA southern region currently has a fleet of 16 patrol ships and more than 50 boats, which patrol the area constantly.


MMEA head of enforcement, 4th District, Port Klang Captain Christopher Ravindran Dass (right) with other MMEA officers checking out their boat.Pic by Roslin Mat Tahir




Bagus sangat ada bot jaga perairan negara, tetapi berapakah harga mark-up bot bot ni semua. very good but we deserve better

RM1 billion per patrol boat is the way to make money

Dictators all over the world make money through defence contracts. And the exorbitant price that Malaysia is paying for the six patrol boats can only be because of shenanigans. Why cant Malaysia call for an open tender like other countries?





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Post on 8-12-2012 11:04 PM |All posts
While Malaysians express outrage about the RM8-RM9 billion MAS scandal and the 'reverse takeover' of the national airline company through Air Asia -- which is another multi-billion 'backdoor asset stripping' exercise -- lets us not forget the RM6-RM7 billion patrol boat fiasco. As Dr Mahathir said: Melayu mudah lupa. Well, let us not lupa this.

In February '11, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced via a Bernama statement that the government has agreed to allocate RM6bil to build six second generation patrol vessels  for the Royal Malaysian Navy. The rationale given for the expenditure  was to "boost the economy while benefiting 632 vendor companies". The  Defence Minister clarified that they would ensure that "at least RM2bil  of the allocation will benefit these vendor companies which are  strategic partners of Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd".  Then, many  Malaysians were up in arms after that disclosure.

In October last year, The Star reported that the construction of six patrol vessels by Boustead Heavy Industries Corp Bhd (BHIC), a maritime engineering and defence-related services provider, may only begin as early as the fourth quarter of this year. Analysts estimated it would take another year before BHICs letter of intent (LOI) is firmed up and construction of the patrol vessels begin.

This is as seen with the companys Scorpene service job, which took a year for the LOI to be firmed up via the letter of award, ECM Libra said in a research report.

Today, The Australian announced that AUSTAL has won a $330 million contract to produce eight new patrol boats for the Australian customs service. The eight boats will be built in Henderson, south of Perth. The contract is for the design, construction and through-life support of eight Cape Class patrol boats for the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service.

What is most interesting about the report is that the total value of the project is $330 million, including a $280 million design and construction contract and an In-Service Support contract worth $50 million. (Australians Deal)

So the Australians can build EIGHT NEW PATROL BOATS at AUS$330 million (RM1.016 billion) @ RM127 million per boat while in Malaysia, SIX new patrol boats cost us SIX BILLION RINGGIT at RM1 BILLION per boat.

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Post on 8-12-2012 11:21 PM |All posts
Austal Awarded Cape Class Patrol Boat Contract

August 12, 2011
At a ceremony held on board Austals next generation 102 metre trimaran this morning, Austal was awarded a contract for the design, construction and through-life support of eight new patrol boats for the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service.

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This contract is Austals second significant contract with the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, having designed and constructed Customs current fleet of eight Bay Class vessels, which have been in operation for over 10 years.

Austal will build the fleet of Cape Class Patrol Boats at its shipyard in Henderson, Western Australia. Construction of the first vessel is expected to commence in February 2012, with all eight due to be delivered between March 2013 and August 2015.

The In-Service Support contract extends for a minimum period of eight years and encompasses a full range of intermediate and depot level maintenance activities. Further options can be exercised by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service for In-Service Support for the life of the Cape Class Patrol Boat Fleet.

The eight 57.8m Cape Class Patrol Boats will play a significant role in protecting Australias borders from multiple maritime threats, and have been designed to have greater range, endurance and flexibility, as well as enhanced capability to operate in more severe sea conditions than the current Customs fleet.

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http://www.austal.com/en/media/media-releases/11-08-12/Austal-Awarded-Cape-Class-Patrol-Boat-Contract.aspx





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Post on 9-12-2012 12:25 AM |All posts
Bot aussie tu pendek kecik & tiada persenjataan. Utk ronda & SAR pendatang2 & cegah penyeludupan. Nama pun bot kastam ozy. Yg navy kita punya besar saiz frigat, lengkap persenjataan 3 dimensi dan sistem elektronik peperangan. Utk ronda dan cegah rintang musuh luar yg bermain di sekitar laut china selatan dan pesisir pantai. Sure la banyak beza harganya.
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Post on 9-12-2012 12:28 AM |All posts
Bot kastam malaysia tu murah dari bot kastam ozy...pasai bot kastam malaysia tu kecik tapi laju utk fast interception penceroboh, lanun dan penyeludup.
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Post on 9-12-2012 12:29 AM |All posts
tambah kayo laah barua-barua umngok  
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Post on 9-12-2012 12:37 AM |All posts
Semoga navy dan mmea dapat lagi banyak kapal perang dan peronda dan bot lepas PR menang undi. Harap tudm pun dpt lagi banyak pesawat yg mereka perlukan utk pertahanan negara.
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Post on 9-12-2012 01:13 AM |All posts
Berita pasal bot maritim malaysia. ulasan pulak pasal bot TLDM. apa kaitan?
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Post on 9-12-2012 02:07 AM |All posts
NBH posted on 9-12-2012 01:13 AM
Berita pasal bot maritim malaysia. ulasan pulak pasal bot TLDM. apa kaitan?


haha..aku pun tertanya2
Biar nda ensom yg penting BALAH TANGAH
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Post on 9-12-2012 04:41 AM |All posts
gagal mmebaca dan memahami maksud dengan jelas, dan memberi komen secara terburu-buru....
engkau..
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Post on 9-12-2012 05:46 AM |All posts

Kerajaan Malaysia kalau beli barang mesti rega mark up tinggi punya..mcm kamera aes..nanti alasan diberi, tu harga termasuk training....hancur weh Malaysia dibiarkan lebih lama perampok2 ni memerintah..
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Post on 9-12-2012 06:03 AM |All posts
Apa bangang punya thread ni... dah la nak compare harga patrol bot kastam aussie dgn harga NGPV, dah tu dok letak gambau patrol bot MMEA malaysia plak???

Apakah???? Die ni kenal ke tak yang mana satu NGPV navy??  main bedal je!
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Post on 9-12-2012 07:37 AM |All posts
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Post on 9-12-2012 07:59 AM |All posts

Second Hamilton-class ship to be deployed to West Phl Sea (USD10.5 million or RM31.5 million)

USCGS Dallas : The Second Hamilton Class Ship to be Transferred to the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines - The second Hamilton-class patrol ship that will be acquired from the US would also be deployed to the West Philippine Sea area to secure the countrys natural resources, the Navy said yesterday.

Navy spokesman Lt. Col. Omar Tonsay said the ship, which may be transferred to the Philippines by the first or second quarter of 2012, would also guard the energy projects in Malampaya off Palawan.

He said the acquisition of the ship from the US will improve the militarys maritime defense capability.

Wednesday, 09 November 2011
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Post on 9-12-2012 08:06 AM |All posts

East Timor paid US$28 million for the 175-tonne Shanghai class boats

East Timor is acquiring two navy patrol boats from South Korea (picture above) as the country moves further out of Australia's sphere of military influence.

The acquisition, which has not been publicly announced, comes after the country bought two 43-metre Chinese patrol boats, which strained relations between Australia and the government in Dili earlier this year.

East Timor's marine police unit is also moving to purchase nine smaller boats, adding to its fleet of three, the marine police commander, Lino Saldanha, told journalists in Dili.
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The 154-foot Sentinel-class Fast Response Cutter: Price US$41 million

The 154-foot Sentinel-class Fast Response Cutter will be a key component of the Coast Guards recapitalised fleet. It will be capable of speeds in excess of 28 knots and feature a cutter boat stern ramp launch and recovery system. Its armament includes one stabilized, remotely-operated 25mm chain gun and four crew-served 0.50 caliber machine guns. It will have a crew capacity of 23 people and will be able to perform independently for a minimum of five days at sea and be underway for 2,500 hours per year.

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Post on 9-12-2012 08:08 AM |All posts
Radzor posted on 9-12-2012 08:06 AM
East Timor paid US$28 million for the 175-tonne Shanghai class boats

East Timor is acquiring tw ...


The Clyde River class patrol boats: Price £30 million or US$48 million

Specifications
Displacement: 1,854 tonnes full load
Length Overall:  81.5m (265 feet)
Length waterline:  73.6m
Beam: 13.6m (46 feet)
Draught - 3.8m (11.5 feet)
Speed: 19 knots full load (21kts sprint)
Endurance: 21-day endurance,
Range: 5,500 nm at 12 knots
Engineering:  Main Engines 2 X 12V RK270 Rushton Marine Diesels Rated at 4125kw at 1000 RPM;
Bow Thruster: 280 kw; Stern Thruster: 185 kw; 3 Main Generators: 250 kw; 1 Emergency Generator: 170 kw
Guns: 1 x 30mm, 4 x GMPG
Sensors: Terma Scanter 4100 air and surface surveillance radar
Complement: 36 (6 officers, 9 SR, 21 JR), accommodation for 58
Aviation: Flight Deck Arrangements sufficient size to take for a Lynx, Sea King and Merlin Helicopters


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Post on 9-12-2012 08:19 AM |All posts
USD 327 million  untuk 1 patrol bot, harap2 kita dapat bot terbaik di dunia..bukan masuk poket sapa2. good luck.
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Post on 9-12-2012 08:36 AM |All posts
STONER posted on 9-12-2012 02:07 AM
haha..aku pun tertanya2

yea, maaf. topik pasal patrol bot. tp bot yg x sama category. cakap pasalpatrol boat, terdetik patrol boat navy.
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Post on 9-12-2012 08:40 AM |All posts
zainmahmud posted on 9-12-2012 12:25 AM
Bot aussie tu pendek kecik & tiada persenjataan. Utk ronda & SAR pendatang2 & cegah penyeludupan. Na ...

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craduza posted on 9-12-2012 04:41 AM
gagal mmebaca dan memahami maksud dengan jelas, dan memberi komen secara terburu-buru....

my bad..

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Post on 9-12-2012 01:27 PM |All posts
STONER posted on 9-12-2012 02:07 AM
haha..aku pun tertanya2

haiya. kalau nk kaitkan ngn korupsi pun bandingla apple dengan apple. speedboot banding dgn speedbot. navy warship dgn navy warship. pastu kena banding pulak bot tu kelas apa. apa spesifikasi dia. jagan hemtam kromo saja.
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Post on 9-12-2012 08:45 PM |All posts
Actually, apa yg kau maksudkan dgn 327juta usd per boat navy kita atau sgpv tu bukanlah bot dlm erti iata sebenar bot, tapi lebih kpd kapal frigate multirole yg direbadge sbg kapal ronda atas dasar diplomasi dgn negara2 jiran. Gambar bot mmea yg kau tunjuk kat atas adalah dari jenis fast interceptor craft utk tujuan menghambat lanun dan penyeludup dan penceroboh. Juga sbg cegahrintang apabila digunakan utk meronda littoral water negara. Bot2 tu buat dlm negara murah aja, sbb tiada persenjataan dan sistem elektronik canggih pada bot2 tu.

Begitu juga kapal2 ronda second hand yg kau gunakan sbg perbandingan, senjata lapuk, sistem kuno, tak dpt memberi impak cegah rintang yg tinggi kpd negara2 yg memiliki keupayaan lebih maju yg sdg bermain2 di LCS. Sbb tu filipina x dpt berbuat apa2 bila kawasan yg dituntutnya diceroboh.
Bot ronda timor leste yg kau tunjuk pun dari jenis ys kurang keupayaannya baik dari segi senjata, jarak jelajah dan kemempuan mengharungi lautan luas yg bergelora, cuma sekadar meronda sekitar pantainya yg kecil.

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Post on 9-12-2012 10:06 PM |All posts
ramai lagi rakyat malaysia yg tak tahu maksud "Isu Semasa".
You can check-out any time you like
But you can never leave
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Post on 9-12-2012 10:39 PM |All posts
Ni APMM punya bot ke Navy punya kapal, bukan ke 6bilion tu utk Meko Class NGPV Coastal ship asalnya rancang 27 buah tpi siap 6 buah je psl ada yg x telus, tpi ada ura2 katanya NGPV Meko ni projek bermasalah, dan ditukar kepada kapal SGPV Gowind Frigate yg ada stealth tech. 6billion ni utk MEKO @ GOWIND...
Adek manissss.... kaka manissss....
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Post on 9-12-2012 11:57 PM |All posts
Apa2 pun sebelum start kutuk tu buat la homework dulu....
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