Fiji's military will get two new survey vessels donated by Australia and South Korea.
The boats, which were confirmed by economy minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum will bring Fiji's total fleet to seven.
Mr Sayed-Khaiyum told the Fiji Sun the new vessels are expected to arrive in Fiji in November.
He said Fiji will put $US500,000 toward personnel costs for the ships, which will be equipped for maritime surveillance.
According to budget estimates passed last week, the government has allocated $US48 million to military spending over the next two years.
It has also put aside $US1.1 million for the "purchase of a new vessel".