|Tarangini passing under the Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge.|
|Builder:||Goa Shipyard Limited|
|Laid down:||20 June 1995|
|Launched:||1 December 1995|
|Commissioned:||11 November 1997|
|Class and type:||Three masted Barque|
33.6 meters (Height of Foremast above WL),|
34.5 meters (Height of Mainmast above WL),
29.8 meters (Height of Mizzenmast above WL)
|Propulsion:||2 Kirloskar Cummins Diesel (320 HP each )|
INS Tarangini is a tall ship of the Indian Navy, commissioned in 1997 as a sail training ship for naval cadets. Tarangini is a three-masted barque, square rigged on the fore and main masts and fore-and-aft rigged on the mizzen mast. She was constructed in Goa to a design by the British naval architect Colin Mudie, and launched on 1 December 1995.
INS Tarangini started its first circumnavigation of the globe in the year 2003-04 with the theme of ‘Building Bridges of Friendship across the Oceans’. During the fifteen month voyage, the ship covered 33,000 nautical miles (61,000 km) and visited 36 ports in 18 countries. The ship was received by the President Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam
On 10 January 2007, INS Tarangini started for another overseas voyage of ten month duration named Lokayan 07. In all the Tarangini will be calling on 23 ports in 16 countries on this voyage. The ship departed Kochi on 10 January 2007 and transited through the Suez Canal to reach the Atlantic Coast of North America. The ship participated in a series of Tall Ship events such as The World Peace Cup, Maritime Festival of Charleston, Sail Virginia, Sail Rhode Island and Sail Boston and returned to port on October 2007 after covering 22,000 nautical miles.
INS Tarangini in Charleston, South Carolina, USA on May 16-20, 2007 to celebrate the Maritime Festival.
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INS Tarangini on a voyage.
INS Tarangini Commander - Sunil Balakrishnan.
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Cherbourg, France Tall Ship race, 2005
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