|Builder:||Hindustan Shipyard Limited|
|Homeport:||SLN Dockyard, Trincomalee|
|Class and type:||Vikram class|
|Displacement:||1,220 long tons (1,240 t)|
|Length:||74.1 m (243 ft 1 in)|
|Beam:||11.4 m (37 ft 5 in)|
|Draught:||3.2 m (10 ft 6 in)|
|Propulsion:||2 × diesel engines, 6,200 hp (4.6 MW) sustained, 2 shafts and cp props.|
|Speed:||22 kn (41 km/h)|
|Range:||cruise 16 kn (30 km/h)|
|Endurance:||8,500 nmi (15,700 km)|
|Complement:||11 officers, 89 enlisted|
|Two Decca 1226 - I band|
|Armament:||1x 30 mm automatic 2A4Z cannon in place of the Bofors 40 mm/60 gun; 2x 7.62 mm machine guns, additional weapon systems added|
|Aircraft carried:||1 HAL Chetak|
SLNS Sagara (Sagara meaning: Sea) is an Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) of the Sri Lanka Navy. It was formerly the CGS Varaha (41), a Vikram-class offshore patrol vessel of the Indian Coast Guard, leased to Sri Lanka in 2006 and was handed over to the Sri Lanka Navy in 2015.
Since 2006, SLNS Sagara was tasked with deep sea patrolling both within the Sri Lankan territorial waters and in international waters to curb ongoing arms smuggling by the LTTE during the Sri Lankan Civil War. In the later stages of the war after undergoing a major refit in India, Sagara, along with other OPVs of the Sri Lankan Navy, has been able to successfully intercept several ships smuggling arms for the LTTE. In all these cases the ships were sunk when they attacked the naval vessels with mortars.
Commissioned on 11 March 1992, CGS Varaha (41) served with the Indian Coast Guard until she was leased to Sri Lanka.In August 2015 Sri Lanka acquired ship for permanent use.