The last three of a series of 15 interceptors controlled by the Indian navy were delivered by Couach.Constructed by site-Gujan Mestras, these stars have left the port of Arcachon August 20. Embarked on a freighter, they must arrive in India after a month of transit. Type 1300 FIC (Fast Intervention Craft), these interceptors range Plascoa measure 13 meters long and 3.8 meters wide. Equipped with two MAN diesel engines of 800 hp, they exceeded 50 knots during trials. Manned by a crew of five men, they have a 12.7mm gun and two positions for carriages 7.62mm. The first three stars were delivered in March 2011.Superstructures are shielded with a material type Twaron, based on aramid fibers.