In consonance with India's vision of SAGAR and towards consolidating our friendship with Maldives, an indigenously built highly maneuverable Water Jet Fast Attack Craft, INS Tarmugli is being transferred to Maldives. To commemorate the culmination of the service of the ship in the Indian Navy, a ceremonial Sunset Ceremony was held at Eastern Naval Command(ENC), Visakhapatnam to bid farewell to INS Tarmugli on 06 April 2023. Vice Adm Biswajit Dasgupta, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command was the Chief Guest for the occasion. INS Tarmugli will be handed over to the Maldives in presence of Hon'ble Raksha Mantri and re-commissioned as MCGS Huravee in early May 2023. INS Tarmugli was commissioned on 23 May 16 and was based at Visakhapatnam under the Naval Officer-in-Charge (Andhra Pradesh) under ENC and would be deployed for coastal patrol and surveillance operations along the East Coast of India. Built by M/s Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd, Kolkata, INS Tarmugli is the first Follow-on Water Jet Fast Attack Craft (WJFAC), is an improved version of WJFAC, Conceived, designed, and built indigenously, the commissioning of this ship completes the addition of another chapter to the nation’s ‘Make in India’ initiative and indigenisation efforts in the field of warship design and construction. The ship is capable of operating in shallow waters at high speeds, is equipped with enhanced firepower, and is built for extended coastal and offshore surveillance and patrol.