INS Chapal (K94)
Preserved at Rabindranath Tagore Beach.
|Commissioned:||4 November 1976|
|Decommissioned:||5 May 2005|
|Fate:||Museum ship on Rabindranath Tagore Beach, Karwar|
|Class and type:||Chamak class missile boat|
|Displacement:||245 tons (full load)|
This warship was deployed during the India - Pakistan war of 1971. It helped in causing heavy damage to Pakistani ships  near Karachi.
This warship is now positioned on a special concrete platform at Rabindranath Tagore beach in Karwar city, Karnataka state, India.
Mannequins dressed-up as captain, sailors, doctors, etc, are there inside the Museum. Replicas of the missiles are also displayed inside the Warship Museum.
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