Ensign of the Montecaran Navy
|Headquarters||Arsenal of Montecara|
|Colors||Red and white|
|Secretary of Defense and Security||Tulio Brucàt|
Montecara was historically one of the most powerful seagoing states in the world. At its peak around 1500, the Montecaran Navy boasted over 3,000 vessels which were turned out on an industrial scale by its Arsenàl, a fortress and shipbuilding factory that could produce up to a ship a day when working at full capacity. Montecarans were masters of the sail-and-oar ship, basing their designs on naval architecture with a history that stretched back to the Solarian Republic. These vessels, highly maneuverable and with a shallow draft, were ideally suited to navigating the Nerean Sea and allowed Montecarans to acquire far-flung territory as part of their overseas possessions, the Stado Ultramarìn.
The Armàda is responsible for defending Montecara's territorial waters and exclusive sector in accordance with national and international law. It accordingly conducts operations to safeguard Montecaran sovereignty and the safety of its territory and resources, as well as to support allied forces, search and rescue operations, and maritime law enforcement.
The Armàda is a non-blue water navy, meaning an inshore constabulary capable of maritime policing confined well within the state's exclusive sector. The Secretariat of Defense and Security describes its role as a "green-water navy" dedicated to the defense of the state and its immediate territorial waters.
Unlike the conscript-oriented Guàrdia di Stado, the Armàda is an entirely professional, volunteer force. Nearly all of its personnel are skilled workers who have highly specialized duties, and the force is consequently entrusted with the use and maintenance not only Montecara's of ships but of its aircraft as well.
|No equivalent||No equivalent|
|No insignia||No equivalent||No equivalent|
|Corvettes (3 in service)|
|Patrol vessels (5 in service)|
|Minehunters (1 in service)|
|Research vessels (1 in service)|
|Tankers (2 in service)|
|Tugboats (3 in service)|
|Transport ships (2 in service)|
|Training ships (1 in service)|
|Maritime patrol / transport|
|IFO Aerocamio||Maritime patrol aircraft / Military transport aircraft||2.5||3 in service|
|Altamecanica Atlante||Maritime patrol aircraft / Military transport aircraft||32||1 in service|
|Piàvo 180||Maritime patrol aircraft / VIP transport||8||1 in service|
|RUI T-5||Basic trainer||0.19||10 in service|
|HdF 90||Military utility helicopter||42||2 in service|
|Agùst A109||Military utility helicopter||6||2 in service|
|ISE Aigle||Unmanned aerial vehicle||3.2 (ground system + 4 drones)||1 system (4 drones) in service|