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"LCI(S)"-type small infantry landing craft (1942)

LCI(S)501 1943

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp. Fate
LCI(S)501, 1944- LCI(S)2501       1942 2/1942  
LCI(S)502, 1944- LCI(S)2502   Cadnell, Althorne   1942 1942  
LCI(S)503, 1944- LCI(S)2503   Curtis, Looe   1942 1942  
LCI(S)504, 1944- LCI(S)2504   Weatherhead, West Harbour   1942 1942  
LCI(S)505, 1944- LCI(S)2505   John Sadd, Maldon   1942 1942  
LCI(S)506, 1944- LCI(S)2506   Solent SYd, Sarisbury Green   1942 1942  
LCI(S)507, 1944- LCI(S)2507   Austins, London   1942 1942  
LCI(S)508, 1944- LCI(S)2508   Curtis, Looe   1942 1942  
LCI(S)509, 1944- LCI(S)2509   Thomson & Balfour, Victoria Saw Mills   1942 1942  
LCI(S)510, 1944- LCI(S)2510   J. S. Doig, Grimsby Docks   1942 1942  
LCI(S)511, 1944- LCI(S)2511   Leo Robinson, Oulton Broad   1942 1942 sunk 2/2/1944
LCI(S)512, 1944- LCI(S)2512   Brook Marine, Oulton Broad   1942 1942 sunk 6/1944
LCI(S)513, 1944- LCI(S)2513   Brook Marine, Oulton Broad   1942 1942  
LCI(S)514, 1944- LCI(S)2514   Brook Marine, Oulton Broad   1942 1942  
LCI(S)515, 1944- LCI(S)2515   Brook Marine, Oulton Broad   1942 1942  
LCI(S)516, 1944- LCI(S)2516   Curtis, Looe   1942 1942  
LCI(S)517, 1944- LCI(S)2517   Weatherhead, West Harbour   1942 1942 sunk 6/1944
LCI(S)518, 1944- LCI(S)2518   Southampton Steam, Southampton   1942 1942  
LCI(S)519, 1944- LCI(S)2519   Curtis, Looe   1942 1942  
LCI(S)520, 1944- LCI(S)2520   Collins, Oulton Broad   1942 1942  
LCI(S)521, 1944- LCI(S)2521   Curtis, Looe   1942 1942  
LCI(S)522, 1944- LCI(S)2522   Weatherhead, West Harbour   1942 1942  
LCI(S)523, 1944- LCI(S)2523   Cadnell, Althorne   1942 1942  
LCI(S)524, 1944- LCI(S)2524   Thomson & Balfour, Victoria Saw Mills   1942 1942 sunk 6/1944
LCI(S)525, 1944- LCI(S)2525       1942 1942  
LCI(S)526, 1944- LCI(S)2526   Itchenor SYd   1942 1942  
LCI(S)527, 1944- LCI(S)2527   Curtis, Looe   1942 1942  
LCI(S)528, 1944- LCI(S)2528   Curtis, Looe   1942 1942  
LCI(S)529, 1944- LCI(S)2529   Curtis, Looe   1942 1942  
LCI(S)530, 1944- LCI(S)2530   Weatherhead, West Harbour   1942 1942  
LCI(S)531, 1944- LCI(S)2531   J. S. Doig, Grimsby Docks   1942 1942 sunk 6/1944
LCI(S)532, 1944- LCI(S)2532   Collins, Oulton Broad   1942 1942 sunk 1/11/1944
LCI(S)533, 1944- LCI(S)2533   Leo Robinson, Oulton Broad   1942 1942  
LCI(S)534, 1944- LCI(S)2534   Brook Marine, Oulton Broad   1942 1942  
LCI(S)535, 1944- LCI(S)2535   Weatherhead, West Harbour   1942 1942  
LCI(S)536, 1944- LCI(S)2536   Solent SYd, Sraisbury Green   1942 1942  
LCI(S)537, 1944- LCI(S)2537   Percival, Horning   1942 1942 sunk 6/1944
LCI(S)538, 1944- LCI(S)2538   Brook Marine, Oulton Broad   1942 1942  
LCI(S)539, 1944- LCI(S)2539   Brook Marine, Oulton Broad   1942 1942  
LCI(S)540, 1944- LCI(S)2540   Weatherhead, West Harbour   1942 1942 sunk 6/1944

 

Displacement standard, t

63

Displacement full, t

110

Length, m

32.0

Breadth, m

6.53

Draught, m

1.08 deep load

No of shafts

2

Machinery

Hall-Scott petrol engines

Power, h. p.

1120 or 1500

Max speed, kts

15

Fuel, t

petrol 12.7

Endurance, nm(kts) 700(12.5)
Armour deck, hull sides, guns, fwd bulkhead, generator room, bridge: 6

Armament

2 x 1 - 20/70 Oerlikon Mk II/IV, 2 x 1 - 7.7/87

Military load

102 troops

Complement

17

Ship project history: Fairmile "H" craft.

Modernizations:  None.

Naval service: No significant events.

LCI(S)

Ivan Gogin, 2008-10