Our friends at Naval News have an update on the Very Light Weight Torpedo program. It seems to be progressing rapidly. Apparently this is seen as an urgent requirement.
The discussion in the video talked about the anti-torpedo and anti-submarine capabilities, but no discussion of use against surface targets. I suspect this is because those capabilities are the primary selling points for the Navy. It may not be that it is incapable of attacking surface vessels, which should be easier targets.
We talked about this weapon earlier, in greater depth, including potential Coast Guard use.
Full scale production should drive to price down to a point, it might even find its way into the Coast Guard.
(There does seem to be an error in the written portion of the Naval News post in that it says the diameter of the weapon is 121 mm while the video discussion indicates 171 mm. The figures I had seen earlier were: 6.75″ in diameter (171.45mm), about 85″ in length, and weighs about 220 pounds or about 100 kilos).