Interceptor boats go to Moroccan Navy to fight maritime crime

The U.S. transferred two, 11-meter “Metal Shark” interceptor boats to the Royal Moroccan Navy on March 24. The two boats, valued at $970,000, are aimed at enhancing the Royal Moroccan Navy’s capacity to stop illicit trafficking in regional waters and are part of the broader military partnership between Morocco and the U.S.



By U.S. Embassy in Morocco U.S. Embassy in Morocco AGADIR, Morocco Mar 24, 2022
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