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ROYAL NAVY - UNITED KINGDOM

AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS AND CRAFT

ARROMANCHES tank landing craft (1981 - 1987)

Name No Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comp. Fate
Arromanches L105   Brooke Marine, Lowestoft   6/1/1981 31/7/1981 stricken 11/1994
Antwerp L106   Brooke Marine, Lowestoft   9/3/1981 14/8/1981 sold 11/1994
Andalsnes L107   James and Stone, Brightlingsea   16/3/1984 22/5/1984 stricken 2014
Abbeville L108   James and Stone, Brightlingsea   28/8/1984 9/11/1984 discarded 1994
Akyab L109   James and Stone, Brightlingsea   20/11/1984 21/12/1984 stricken 2010
Aachen L110   James and Stone, Brightlingsea   25/6/1986 12/2/1987 in service (2019)
Arezzo L111   James and Stone, Brightlingsea   18/11/1986 26/3/1987 stricken 2014
Agheila, 1994- Arromanches L112, 1994- L105   James and Stone, Brightlingsea   27/4/1987 12/6/1987 in service (2019)
Audemer L113   James and Stone, Brightlingsea   24/6/1987 21/8/1987 stricken 2013

 

Displacement standard, t

165

Displacement full, t

L105, 106: 282

L107-113: 290

Length, m

30.0 pp 33.3 oa

Breadth, m

8.30

Draught, m

1.45 loaded

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 Doorman 8JTCWM diesels

Power, h. p.

660

Max speed, kts

L105, 106: 10

L107-113: 9.2

Fuel, t

diesel oil 17

Endurance, nm(kts) 900(9)

Armament

none

Military load

100 t of cargo

Sensors Decca 110 radar

Complement

6

Ship project history: Replacement of Avon class.

Modernizations: 2000, all survived: - Decca 110 radar; + Decca BridgeMaster-E 180 radar

Naval service: No significant events.

Arezzo 2003

Ivan Gogin, 2016-19