Dolphin 2 Class

Operator: Israel
Status: In Service / On Order
Number: 2 / 1
Names: INS Tanin Arrived in Israel September 2014
INS Rahav Arrived in Israel January 2016
INS Dakar Scheduled to reach Israel in 2017
Cost: Nearly $500 million. (Germany provided a third of the funding.)
General Specs
Country of origin: Germany
Manufacturer: Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (HDW) (Kiel, Germany)
Introduced: 2014
Surface Displacement: 2,050 tons
Submerged Displacement: 2,400 tons
Propulsion: Electric-Diesel with air independent propulsion (AIP) system
Dive Speed: 25 knots
Length: 67.1 m (220 ft)
Beam: 6.75 m (pressure hull diameter)
Height: 12.7 m (41.7 ft)
Draft: 6.2 m (20.5ft)
Dive Depth 350 m (1148.3 ft)
Hull Material: Pressure Hull
Range: 2,700 miles (4345.2 km)
Crew: 35
Armament: 10 x bow torpedo tubes (4 x have 650mm diameter that could provide the capability to launch swimmer delivery vehicles; with liners, these tubes can be used for torpedoes. The 4 tubes can also be used to launch long-range nuclear-capable submarine-launched cruise missile (SLCM). 6x tubes are 533mm diameter to launch DM2A3 torpedoes.)
Missiles Popeye Turbo cruise missile (conventional or nuclear warheads)
UGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missile
Triton anti-helicopter missiles
Torpedoes DM2A4 Seehake wire-guided torpedo
Mines Can be armed with mines
Sonar/Sensors: Elta surpface search radar operating at I band
Sonar suite includes CSU 90 hull-mounted passive and active search and attack radar
PRS-3 passive ranging sonar
Weapon control system: ISUS 90-1 TCS provides automatic sensor management, fire and weapon control, navigation and operation
Countermeasures/ Defenses: 4CH(V)2 Timnex electronic support measures system
Notes: Larger, more capable variation of the Dolphin 1 class.
Capable of operating independently without resupply for up to 30 days.
AIP system allows extended submerged operations without the need to surface.

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