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Abu Dhabi class ASW Corvette
 
Designed and built by Italian shipyard Fincantieri, the “Abu Dhabi class” corvette for the United Arab Emirates has been developed from the “Cigala Fulgosi ” desigb on the basis of which four “Comandanti” class vessels were built for the Italian Navy.

Designed and built by Italian shipyard Fincantieri, the “Abu Dhabi class” corvette for the United Arab Emirates has been developed from the “Cigala Fulgosi ” desigb on the basis of which four “Comandanti” class vessels were built for the Italian Navy.

FALAJ 2 class Stealth Patrol Vessel
 
Designed and built by Italian shipyard Fincantieri, the Ghantoot and Salahah Stealth Patrol Vessels were ordered by the United Arab Emirates in 2010 as part of the "Falaj 2" program. The Falaj 2 class inshore patrol vessels feature advanced stealth characteristics to reduce their detectability.

Designed and built by Italian shipyard Fincantieri, the Ghantoot and Salahah Stealth Patrol Vessels were ordered by the United Arab Emirates in 2010 as part of the "Falaj 2" program. The Falaj 2 class inshore patrol vessels feature advanced stealth characteristics to reduce their detectability.

Baynunah class Corvette
The UAE Navy's Baynunah Class corvettes were developed by French company CMN based on their Combattante BR70 design. The leadship was built in France by CMN shipyard while the 5 remaining ships of the class were built locally by Abu Dhabi Ship Building. While light in displacement (right below 1,000 tons) the Baynunah class are heavily armed for their class. Designed for coastal warfare, these corvettes may also conduct blue water operations.

The UAE Navy's Baynunah Class corvettes were developed by French company CMN based on their Combattante BR70 design. The leadship was built in France by CMN shipyard while the 5 remaining ships of the class were built locally by Abu Dhabi Ship Building. While light in displacement (right below 1,000 tons) the Baynunah class are heavily armed for their class. Designed for coastal warfare, these corvettes may also conduct blue water operations.

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