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INS Tarangini re-rig given go ahead
Spencer Rigging Ltd is pleased to announce the signing of a contract worth 1.27million for the re-rig of the Indian Navy Training Ship INS Tarangini. This is one of many long standing associations that the team at Spencer Rigging are proud to have upheld throughout a difficult period in their 52 year history. Spencer Rigging is a family run firm in Cowes, with another branch in Southampton. The company was founded in 1958 focusing on the marine rigging industry, and has steadily grown over the years to become one of the most well equipped rigging company’s worldwide. Spencer Rigging are suppliers of equipment to diverse and varied companies and industries such as the RNLI, local authorities, aerospace companies, submarine manufacturers, horticultural businesses, oil spillage, gas, water and electrical industries. 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.
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