Janes - News page

Fincantieri lays keel for Italian Navy's new oceanographic ship

by Kate Tringham

A keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship was held on 14 May. (Fincantieri)

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Idro-Oceanografica Maggiore: NIOM) in Riva Trigoso on 14 May, the shipbuilder confirmed the same day.

The vessel is being procured as part of the Italian Navy's hydro-oceanographic fleet renewal programme. It is intended to replace the navy's ageing 83 m research and survey ship Ammiraglio Magnaghi (A 5303) – which has been in service since 1975 – from around 2026.

Construction is being carried out at Fincantieri's integrated Riva Trigoso-Muggiano shipyard under a design and build contract awarded to the shipbuilder in December 2022.

The ship will be able to perform bathymetric, topographical, and geodetic surveys and acquire hydro-oceanographic, marine, and meteorological geophysical data in depths ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 m (with the ability to survey bottom and natural/artificial features up to 10,000 m).


Get the full article by
Already a Janes subscriber? Keep reading


https://www.janes.com/defence-news/fincantieri-lays-keel-for-italian-navys-new-oceanographic-ship/

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Id...

Fincantieri lays keel for Italian Navy's new oceanographic ship

by Kate Tringham

A keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship was held on 14 May. (Fincantieri)

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Idro-Oceanografica Maggiore: NIOM) in Riva Trigoso on 14 May, the shipbuilder confirmed the same day.

The vessel is being procured as part of the Italian Navy's hydro-oceanographic fleet renewal programme. It is intended to replace the navy's ageing 83 m research and survey ship Ammiraglio Magnaghi (A 5303) – which has been in service since 1975 – from around 2026.

Construction is being carried out at Fincantieri's integrated Riva Trigoso-Muggiano shipyard under a design and build contract awarded to the shipbuilder in December 2022.

The ship will be able to perform bathymetric, topographical, and geodetic surveys and acquire hydro-oceanographic, marine, and meteorological geophysical data in depths ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 m (with the ability to survey bottom and natural/artificial features up to 10,000 m).


Get the full article by
Already a Janes subscriber? Keep reading


https://www.janes.com/defence-news/fincantieri-lays-keel-for-italian-navys-new-oceanographic-ship/

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Id...

Fincantieri lays keel for Italian Navy's new oceanographic ship

by Kate Tringham

A keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship was held on 14 May. (Fincantieri)

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Idro-Oceanografica Maggiore: NIOM) in Riva Trigoso on 14 May, the shipbuilder confirmed the same day.

The vessel is being procured as part of the Italian Navy's hydro-oceanographic fleet renewal programme. It is intended to replace the navy's ageing 83 m research and survey ship Ammiraglio Magnaghi (A 5303) – which has been in service since 1975 – from around 2026.

Construction is being carried out at Fincantieri's integrated Riva Trigoso-Muggiano shipyard under a design and build contract awarded to the shipbuilder in December 2022.

The ship will be able to perform bathymetric, topographical, and geodetic surveys and acquire hydro-oceanographic, marine, and meteorological geophysical data in depths ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 m (with the ability to survey bottom and natural/artificial features up to 10,000 m).


Get the full article by
Already a Janes subscriber? Keep reading


https://www.janes.com/defence-news/fincantieri-lays-keel-for-italian-navys-new-oceanographic-ship/

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Id...

Fincantieri lays keel for Italian Navy's new oceanographic ship

by Kate Tringham

A keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship was held on 14 May. (Fincantieri)

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Idro-Oceanografica Maggiore: NIOM) in Riva Trigoso on 14 May, the shipbuilder confirmed the same day.

The vessel is being procured as part of the Italian Navy's hydro-oceanographic fleet renewal programme. It is intended to replace the navy's ageing 83 m research and survey ship Ammiraglio Magnaghi (A 5303) – which has been in service since 1975 – from around 2026.

Construction is being carried out at Fincantieri's integrated Riva Trigoso-Muggiano shipyard under a design and build contract awarded to the shipbuilder in December 2022.

The ship will be able to perform bathymetric, topographical, and geodetic surveys and acquire hydro-oceanographic, marine, and meteorological geophysical data in depths ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 m (with the ability to survey bottom and natural/artificial features up to 10,000 m).


Get the full article by
Already a Janes subscriber? Keep reading


https://www.janes.com/defence-news/fincantieri-lays-keel-for-italian-navys-new-oceanographic-ship/

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Id...

Fincantieri lays keel for Italian Navy's new oceanographic ship

by Kate Tringham

A keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship was held on 14 May. (Fincantieri)

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Idro-Oceanografica Maggiore: NIOM) in Riva Trigoso on 14 May, the shipbuilder confirmed the same day.

The vessel is being procured as part of the Italian Navy's hydro-oceanographic fleet renewal programme. It is intended to replace the navy's ageing 83 m research and survey ship Ammiraglio Magnaghi (A 5303) – which has been in service since 1975 – from around 2026.

Construction is being carried out at Fincantieri's integrated Riva Trigoso-Muggiano shipyard under a design and build contract awarded to the shipbuilder in December 2022.

The ship will be able to perform bathymetric, topographical, and geodetic surveys and acquire hydro-oceanographic, marine, and meteorological geophysical data in depths ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 m (with the ability to survey bottom and natural/artificial features up to 10,000 m).


Get the full article by
Already a Janes subscriber? Keep reading


https://www.janes.com/defence-news/fincantieri-lays-keel-for-italian-navys-new-oceanographic-ship/

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Id...

Fincantieri lays keel for Italian Navy's new oceanographic ship

by Kate Tringham

A keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship was held on 14 May. (Fincantieri)

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Idro-Oceanografica Maggiore: NIOM) in Riva Trigoso on 14 May, the shipbuilder confirmed the same day.

The vessel is being procured as part of the Italian Navy's hydro-oceanographic fleet renewal programme. It is intended to replace the navy's ageing 83 m research and survey ship Ammiraglio Magnaghi (A 5303) – which has been in service since 1975 – from around 2026.

Construction is being carried out at Fincantieri's integrated Riva Trigoso-Muggiano shipyard under a design and build contract awarded to the shipbuilder in December 2022.

The ship will be able to perform bathymetric, topographical, and geodetic surveys and acquire hydro-oceanographic, marine, and meteorological geophysical data in depths ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 m (with the ability to survey bottom and natural/artificial features up to 10,000 m).


Get the full article by
Already a Janes subscriber? Keep reading


https://www.janes.com/defence-news/fincantieri-lays-keel-for-italian-navys-new-oceanographic-ship/

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Id...

Fincantieri lays keel for Italian Navy's new oceanographic ship

by Kate Tringham

A keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship was held on 14 May. (Fincantieri)

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Idro-Oceanografica Maggiore: NIOM) in Riva Trigoso on 14 May, the shipbuilder confirmed the same day.

The vessel is being procured as part of the Italian Navy's hydro-oceanographic fleet renewal programme. It is intended to replace the navy's ageing 83 m research and survey ship Ammiraglio Magnaghi (A 5303) – which has been in service since 1975 – from around 2026.

Construction is being carried out at Fincantieri's integrated Riva Trigoso-Muggiano shipyard under a design and build contract awarded to the shipbuilder in December 2022.

The ship will be able to perform bathymetric, topographical, and geodetic surveys and acquire hydro-oceanographic, marine, and meteorological geophysical data in depths ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 m (with the ability to survey bottom and natural/artificial features up to 10,000 m).


Get the full article by
Already a Janes subscriber? Keep reading


https://www.janes.com/defence-news/fincantieri-lays-keel-for-italian-navys-new-oceanographic-ship/

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Id...

Fincantieri lays keel for Italian Navy's new oceanographic ship

by Kate Tringham

A keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship was held on 14 May. (Fincantieri)

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Idro-Oceanografica Maggiore: NIOM) in Riva Trigoso on 14 May, the shipbuilder confirmed the same day.

The vessel is being procured as part of the Italian Navy's hydro-oceanographic fleet renewal programme. It is intended to replace the navy's ageing 83 m research and survey ship Ammiraglio Magnaghi (A 5303) – which has been in service since 1975 – from around 2026.

Construction is being carried out at Fincantieri's integrated Riva Trigoso-Muggiano shipyard under a design and build contract awarded to the shipbuilder in December 2022.

The ship will be able to perform bathymetric, topographical, and geodetic surveys and acquire hydro-oceanographic, marine, and meteorological geophysical data in depths ranging from 5,000 to 7,000 m (with the ability to survey bottom and natural/artificial features up to 10,000 m).


Get the full article by
Already a Janes subscriber? Keep reading


https://www.janes.com/defence-news/fincantieri-lays-keel-for-italian-navys-new-oceanographic-ship/

Fincantieri held a keel-laying ceremony for the Italian Navy's new large oceanographic ship (Nave Id...

Request Consultation

Request a free consultation to discover how Janes can provide you with assured, interconnected open-source intelligence.

News Janes | The latest defence and security news from Janes - the trusted source for defence intelligence