List of amphibious warfare ships

This is a list of amphibious warfare ships.

Algeria

Algerian National Navy

Active:

  • Kalaat Béni Abbès Class - LPD
  • Kalaat Beni Hammed Class - LST
    • Kalaat Beni Hammed 472
    • Kalaat Beni Rached 473

Argentina

Argentine Navy

Active:

Planned:

Decommissioned:

Australia

Royal Australian Navy

Planned:

Active:

Decommissioned:

Brazil

Brazilian Navy

Canada

Planned:

Decommissioned:

Chile

Chilean Navy

Decommissioned:

China

People's Liberation Army Navy

Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD)

Amphibious Transport Dock (LPD)

  • Type 071 Yuzhao class (5 active, 2 under construction)
    • Kunlun Shan (998)
    • Jinggang Shan (999)
    • Changbai Shan (989)
    • Yimeng Shan (988)
    • Longhu Shan (980)

Landing Ship Tank (LST)

Egypt

Active:

France

French Navy

Active:

  • Mistral class – LHD
    • Mistral (L9013 commissioned February 2006)
    • Tonnerre (L9014 commissioned December 2006)
    • Dixmude (L9015 commissioned December 2011)

Decommissioned:

Greece

Hellenic Navy
  • Jason Class (LST) Landing ships
    • HS Chios (L173)
    • HS Samos (L174)
    • HS Ikaria (L175)
    • HS Lesvos (L176)
    • HS Rodos (L177)
  • Zubr/Pomornik (LCAC) hovercrafts
    • HS Kephallenia (L180)
    • HS Ithaki (L181)
    • HS Kerkyra (L182)
    • HS Zakynthos (L183)

India

Indian Navy

Active:

Decommissioned:


Planned:

Indonesia

Indonesian Navy

Active

  • Makassar class – LPD
    • KRI Makassar
    • KRI Surabaya
    • KRI Banjarmasin
    • KRI Banda Aceh
  • KRI Tanjung Dalpele – LPD, Later the role for this ship has changed to a Hospital Ship as KRI Dr. Soeharso

Iran

Active: Islamic Republic of Iran Navy

  • Hengam class
  • Iran Hormuz 21 class
  • Iran Hormuz 24 class

Unknown:

Italy

Italian Navy

Active:

  • San Giorgio class – LPD
    • San Giorgio (L9892 commissioned 1988)
    • San Marco (L9893 commissioned 1988)
    • San Giusto (L9894 commissioned 1994)

Decommissioned:

Planned:

Japan

Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

Active:

Decommissioned:

Netherlands

Koninklijke Marine

Active:

New Zealand

Royal New Zealand Navy

Active:

Norway

Norwegian Navy

Oman

Royal Navy of Oman

Active:

Decommissioned:

Philippines

Philippine Navy

Active:

Russia/Soviet Union

Russian Navy/Soviet Navy

Planned:

  • Mistral class – LHD
    • 2 ships with the option of 2 more : contract cancelled by France in August 2015.
  • Ivan Gren class
    • Replacing Ropucha class LST
    • 6 planned

Active:

Singapore

Republic of Singapore Navy

Active:

  • Endurance class – LPD
    • RSS Endurance (207)
    • RSS Resolution (208)
    • RSS Persistence (209)[3]
    • RSS Endeavour (210)

Decommissioned:

South Korea

Republic of Korea Navy

Active:

  • Kojoonbong-class – LST
    • Go Jun Bong(LST-681)
    • Bi Ro Bong(LST-682)
    • Hyang Ro Bong(LST-683)
    • Sung In Bong(LST-685)
  • DokDo-class – LHD
    • DokDo (LPH-6111 commissioned 2007)

Planned

  • DokDo-class – LHD
    • Marado (LPH-6112 under construction to be commissioned 2020)
    • Baengnyeong (LPH-6113 planned)
    • LPH-6114?

Decommissioned:

  • Un Bong-class – LST
    • Bi Bong
    • Tuk Bong
    • Buk Han
    • Kae Bong
    • Hwa San
    • Su Yong
    • Un Bong
    • Wee Bong

Spain

Armada Española

Active:

  • Galicia-class – LPD
  • Juan Carlos I-class – LHD (BPE)
    • Juan Carlos I (L61) (L61 commissioned 2010) (universal ship, has the function of fleet carrier and amphibious assault ship)

Decommissioned:

Thailand

Royal Thai Navy

Active:

Decommissioned:

Turkey

  • Ertuğrul-class landing ship tank
  • Osman Gazi-class landing ship tank
  • Bayraktar-class landing ship tank
  • Bey-class landing ship tank
    • TCG Sarucabey (NL-123)
    • TCG Karamürsel (NL-124)
  • 130-class landing craft
    • TCG TCG Ç-132 (Ç-132)
    • TCG TCG Ç-138 (Ç-138)
  • 140-class landing craft
    • TCG TCG Ç-140 (Ç-140)
    • TCG TCG Ç-141 (Ç-141)
    • TCG TCG Ç-142 (Ç-142)
    • TCG TCG Ç-143 (Ç-143)
    • TCG TCG Ç-144 (Ç-144)
    • TCG TCG Ç-145 (Ç-145)
    • TCG TCG Ç-146 (Ç-146)
    • TCG TCG Ç-147 (Ç-147)
    • TCG TCG Ç-148 (Ç-148)
    • TCG TCG Ç-149 (Ç-149)
  • 150-class landing craft
    • TCG TCG Ç-150 (Ç-150)
    • TCG TCG Ç-151 (Ç-151)
    • TCG TCG Ç-152 (Ç-152)
    • TCG TCG Ç-153 (Ç-153)
    • TCG TCG Ç-154 (Ç-154)
    • TCG TCG Ç-155 (Ç-155)
    • TCG TCG Ç-156 (Ç-156)
    • TCG TCG Ç-157 (Ç-157)
    • TCG TCG Ç-158 (Ç-158)
  • 320-class landing craft
    • TCG TCG Ç-320 (Ç-320)
    • TCG TCG Ç-321 (Ç-321)
    • TCG TCG Ç-322 (Ç-322)
    • TCG TCG Ç-153 (Ç-323)
    • TCG TCG Ç-324 (Ç-324)
    • TCG TCG Ç-325 (Ç-325)
    • TCG TCG Ç-326 (Ç-326)
    • TCG TCG Ç-327 (Ç-327)
    • TCG TCG Ç-328 (Ç-158)
    • TCG TCG Ç-329 (Ç-329)
    • TCG TCG Ç-330 (Ç-330)
    • TCG TCG Ç-331 (Ç-331)

United Kingdom

Royal Navy

Active:

Decommissioned:

United States

United States Navy

Planned:

Active:

Decommissioned:

Venezuela

Bolivarian Navy of Venezuela

Planned:

  • Los Frailes class (Damen Stan Lander 5612) Roll-on/Roll-off medium vessels capable of beaching - AKR
    • (up to 8 ships with hull prefix "T", ship names and hull numbers yet to be determined)

Active:

  • Capana class (Korea Tacoma Alligator MK.III) – LST
    • T-61 AB Capana
    • T-62 AB Esequibo
    • T-63 AB Goajira
    • T-64 AB Los Llanos
  • Los Frailes class (Damen Stan Lander 5612) Roll-on/Roll-off medium vessels capable of beaching - AKR
    • T-91 AB Los Frailes
    • T-92 AB Los Testigos
    • T-93 AB Los Roques
    • T-94 AB Los Monjes
  • Margarita class (Swiftships model 130LS0791) Landing Craft Utility – LCU
    • T-71 AB Margarita
    • T-72 AB La Orchila

Decommissioned:

  • Capana class (Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard LST-542 class) landing ship tank – LST
    • T-11 FNV Capana (ex-LST-907) (Venezuelan service: 1946-1957)[4]
  • Capana class (Ingalls Shipbuilding Terrebonne Parish-class) landing ship tank – LST
    • T-21 ARV Amazonas (ex-USS AVernon County, ex-LST-1161) (Venezuelan service: 1973-1977)[5]
  • Los Monjes class (LSM-1class) landing ship Medium – LSM
    • T-13 ARV Los Monjes (ex-LSM-548) (Venezuelan service: 1959-1979)[6]
    • T-14 ARV Los Roques (ex-LSM-543) (Venezuelan service: 1959-1965)[7]
    • T-15 ARV Los Frailes (ex-LSM-544) (Venezuelan service: 1959-1986)[8]
    • T-16 ARV Los Testigos (ex-LSM-545) (Venezuelan service: 1960-1979)[9]
    • No Name (ex-LSM-542) (Transferred, 15 July 1959, to Venezuela, for cannibalization)[10]
  • Guayana class (LST-1151/Achelous Class) landing ship tank – LST / Landing Craft Repair Ship - ARL
    • T-18 / T-31 ARV Guayana (ex-USS Quirinus, ex-LST-1151/ex-ARL-39) (Venezuelan service: 1962-??)[11]

Vietnam

Vietnam People's Navy Active:

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References

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