The â€œLerici Classâ€ is world-wide renowned for being the first of a successful family of GRP (Glass-Fibre Reinforced Plastic) MCMVs built by Intermarine using its peculiar construction technique and technology. It consists of four MCMVs, â€œLericiâ€, â€œSapriâ€, â€œMilazzoâ€ and â€œViesteâ€, all delivered in 1985.
The â€œMahamiru Classâ€ is the first Intermarine MCMV for the export market. It consists of four MCMVs, â€œMahamiruâ€, â€œKinabaluâ€, â€œLedangâ€ and â€œJeraiâ€, all delivered to the Royal Malaysian Navy in 1985.
The OuhÃ¨ Class consists of two MCMVs, originally named â€œOuhÃ¨â€ and â€œBaramaâ€, delivered to the Nigerian Navy in 1987-88.
The â€œOsprey Classâ€ consists of twelve MCMVs, delivered to the U.S. Navy between 1991 and 1998. Eight vessels of this Class have been built in the Intermarine shipyard located in USA (Savannah â€“ Georgia), while the remaining four have been built by a second-source shipyard under a Technology Transfer and Licence Agreement by Intermarine.
The â€œGaeta Classâ€ consists of eight MCMVs, â€œGaetaâ€, â€œTermoliâ€, â€œAlgheroâ€, â€œNumanaâ€, â€œCrotoneâ€, â€œViareggioâ€, â€œChioggiaâ€ and â€œRiminiâ€, delivered to the Italian Navy between 1992 and 1996.
The â€œHuon Classâ€ consists of six MCMVs, â€œHuonâ€, â€œHawkesburyâ€, â€œNormanâ€, â€œGascoyneâ€, â€œDiamantinaâ€ and â€œYarraâ€. The first vessel of this Class has been built at Intermarine, while its outfitting and the whole construction of the remaining five have been performed, with the initial assistance of Intermarine personnel, by the Australian company ADI (Australian Defence Industries) in Australia under a Technology Transfer and Licence Agreement.
The â€œLat-Ya Classâ€ consists of two MCMVs (â€œLat Yaâ€ and â€œTha Din Dengâ€), delivered to the Royal Thai Navy in 1999.
The â€œKatanpÃ¤Ã¤ Classâ€ consists of three MCMVs (â€œKatanpÃ¤Ã¤â€, â€œPurunpÃ¤Ã¤â€ and â€œVahterpÃ¤Ã¤â€) delivered to the Finnish Navy. The appearance of the vessels is quite different from the other Intermarine MCMV, and also the Mission System is very innovative, being based on extensive use of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles and redundancy on the MDVs (both reusable and expendable systems are available).