The hand-over of the Al Rahmani took place late last week at a British Royal Navy base in Portsmouth.
"This is a proud occasion for both the Royal Navy of Oman and our employees who have worked together to design, build and deliver this impressive ship," said Mick Ord, director of BAE Systems Maritime - Naval Ships. "The delivery of these three corvettes now has a real momentum behind it, which is testament to the strong partnership we have built with the Royal Navy of Oman and the dedication of everyone on the project."
BAE Systems said the ship's crew is receiving training from Britain's Royal Navy and will then sail the ship to Oman, a 3,000-mile journey.
The first corvette built for Oman, the Al Shamikh, was handed over to Oman in June. The third vessel, the Al Rasikh, is scheduled for delivery in the first half of next year.
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