Indian Naval Ship Cora Divh, an indigenously built Water Jet Fast Attack Craft, was commissioned into the Indian Navy on 10 September 2009. The ship has a displacement of 320 tonnes, a length of 50 metres and beam of 7.5 metres and is capable of speed in excess of 30 knots. She is manned by a crew of five officers and 55 sailors and is fitted with heavy, medium and light machine guns. This enables the ship to perform a wide variety of roles including coastal patrol, search and rescue, coastal security and surface warfare.
. It has a relevance to Indian mythology, where it is identified as Lord Varun’s ‘Vahana’.