Why SeaPatrol Project?
Turkey being surrounded by seas and our R&D center being on the shore of Bosphorus, a significant proportion of our projects are in marine nature.
SEAPATROL’s logo is inspired from the sharpnose sevengill shark that can be seen on various sites on Aegean and Mediterranean waters.
SEAPATROL is going to be a patrol boat but will also be capable of active engagement duties in combat actions.
Unlike the currently existing models in the market, SEAPATROL is capable of steady and stable maneuvers on high speeds and employs an undetectable design from radars.
The surprise and diversion factor will provide means of both defense and attack and will force its enemy to revise its tactics due to the high costs of larger frigates or destroyers.
SEAPATROL Development Efforts:
The control algorithm of SEAPATROL can be altered for special uses
Activation of SEAPATROL after a predefined period (day/month/year)
Emitting a signal other than detonation
Using special sensors other than optical
Emitting deceptive signals such as submarine sonar signals, fake radar signals, releasing meteorological balloons, etc.
SEAPATROL Technical Details:
20 NM/H average speed 35 nautical mile range capability
15 NM remote control range
55 NM/H top speed (flat water)
60+ liter fuel tank
Total weight 600 kg.
100 kg. explosive capacity (between head and engine)
450 cm length, 150 cm wide
50 cm. minimum running depth
Endures 8 beaufort magnitude (range and speed reduction)
Day / Night / Thermal vision
6 cameras for detection and monitoring (rear, front, sides, underwater and sky)
Instant positioning via GPS receiver
Rapid programming with Senao EOM-8670