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List of historic ships of the Bangladesh Navy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of all historic ships of the Bangladesh Navy that are decommissioned or damaged from 1971.

Bangladesh vessels use the prefix "BNS", standing for "Bangladesh Navy Ship".

Frigates

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Type 053H1 (Jianghu-II) class
F-18 BNS Osman Type 053H frigate, Bangladesh Navy (32856733352).jpg
Guided missile frigate BNS Osman (F 18) 1,730 Ex-PLAN Xiangtan. First guided missile frigate of the Bangladesh Navy. Decommissioned in 2020.[citation needed]
Salisbury-class frigate
HMS Lincoln. 1972.jpg
Frigate BNS Umar Farooq (F 16) 2,408 ex-HMS Llandaff (F61). After brief use as museum ship from December 2015,[1] she was sold for demolition in Bangladesh in 2016.[2]
Type 41 Leopard class
HMS Jaguar F37.jpg
Frigate BNS Abu Bakar (F 15)
BNS Ali Haider (F 17)
2,520 Ex-HMS Lynx and Ex-HMS Jaguar. Replaced with two Type 053H2 Jianghu-III class guided missile frigates, Huangshi and Wuhu[3]

Offshore patrol vessels

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Bishkhali Class LPC BNS Bishkhali (P 311) 143 Ex-PNS Jessore. Decommissioned on 20 May 2014.[4]
Island-class patrol vessel OPV BNS Shaheed Ruhul Amin 570 BNS Shaheed Ruhul Amin decommissioned on 16 June 2020.[citation needed]
Ajay Class OPV BNS Padma (P 312)
BNS Surma (P 313)
150 Ex-INS Aksay and Ex-INS Ajay, gifted by Indian Navy in 1973 and 1974.[5]

Fast attack craft

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Missile
Type 024 missile boat Missile boat BNS Durbar (P 8111)
BNS Duranta (P 8112)
BNS Durvedya (P 8113)
BNS Durdam (P 8114)
BNS Uttal (P 8141)
79
Decommissioned on 30 March 2017.[citation needed]
Gun
Type 062 class gunboat
Type 062-class gunboat, October 2014-1.jpg
Fast Attack Craft (Gun) BNS Tawfique (P 611)
BNS Tawheed (P 612)
BNS Tamjeed (P 613)
BNS Tanveer (P 614)
BNS Shaheed Daulat (P 411)
BNS Shaheed Farid (P 412)
BNS Shahhed Mohibullah (P 413)
BNS Shaheed Akhtaruddin (P 414)
135 Four transferred to Bangladesh Coast Guard.
ASW
Type 037 class submarine chaser ASW BNS Durjoy (P 811) 392 Damaged beyond repair in 1995.
Torpedo
Type 025 class torpedo boat
Romanian naval ships in 1992.jpg
Torpedo Boat BNS TB 35 (T 8235)
BNS TB 36 (T 8236)
BNS TB 37 (T 8237)
BNS TB 38 (T 8238)
45 Standard: 2 x 533 mm torpedo tubes and 4 x 14.5 mm heavy machine guns (2x2), 2 mines and additional machine guns. Decommissioned on 18 June 2015.[6]
P 4-class torpedo boat
Type 123K Torpedo boat Bangladesh Navy T 8224 (23317190180).jpg
Torpedo Boat BNS TB 1 (T 8221)
BNS TB 2 (T 8222)
BNS TB 3 (T 8223)
BNS TB 4 (T 8224)
19.5 Standard: 2 x 450 mm torpedo tubes and 2 x 14.5 mm heavy machine guns.

Rivirine Patrol Boats

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Pabna Class Riverine Patrol Craft BNS Pabna (P 111)
BNS Noakhali (P 112)
BNS Patuakhali (P 113)
BNS Rangamati (P 114)
BNS Bogra (P 115)
69 Transferred to Bangladesh Coast Guard in 1995.

Research and survey ships

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Yuch'in class
US Navy 090615-N-6676S-456 Landing Craft Mechanized (LCM) 14, assigned to Assault Craft Unit (ACU) 2, transports Sailors, Soldiers and Marines during operations supporting Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore (JLOTS) exercises.jpg
Coastal Survey Ship BNS Tallashi 1982 (H 582) 85 Chinese made Landing Craft Mechanized. She was converted into coastal survey vessel in 1983 with the addition of survey equipment. 25 m length. 2 × twin 14.5 mm guns. After serving the Bangladesh Navy for around 36 years, the ship was decommissioned on 19 December 2019.[7][8]

Training ship

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Island class
Bangladesh Navy Ship Sangu (P-713).jpg
Training ship
OPV
BNS Shaheed Ruhul Amin (A511)
1 280
Ex-Royal Navy Island class patrol vessel HMS Jersey.

Amphibious warfare

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Yuch'in class
US Navy 090615-N-6676S-456 Landing Craft Mechanized (LCM) 14, assigned to Assault Craft Unit (ACU) 2, transports Sailors, Soldiers and Marines during operations supporting Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore (JLOTS) exercises.jpg
Landing Craft Mechanized BNS LCT 104 (A 586) 85 Chinese made. Received on 1 July 1986. 25 m length. 2 × twin 14.5 mm guns. Decommissioned in 2005.

Auxiliaries

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Oil Tanker Fleet Tanker BNS Khan Jahan Ali (A 515) 665 Ex-Soho Maru (T1056) by Naikai Shipbuilding Setoda in Onomichi, Japan 1963.[9] Sold after 1983 and commissioned on 14 July 1987 as naval tanker. Decommissioned after 28 years on 05 Sept 2015.

See also

References

  1. ^ "BNS Umar Farooq inaugurated as museum ship". Daily Sun. Retrieved 13 January 2016.
  2. ^ "Auction of Bangladesh Navy ship ex-BNS Umar Farooq" (PDF). Dakha: Ministry of Defence. 27 June 2016. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 December 2016. Retrieved 7 December 2016.
  3. ^ "BNS Abu Bakar, BNS Ali Haider de-commissioned". Dhaka Tribune. Retrieved 24 December 2014.
  4. ^ "Photo: The decommissioning ceremony of BNS Bishkhali". The Financial Express. Dhaka. Retrieved 24 December 2014.
  5. ^ "Indian Navy's Inshore Patrol Vessels" (PDF). Orbat.info. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
  6. ^ "Bangladesh decommissions Type 25 torpedo boats". IHS Jane's 360. Retrieved 27 June 2015.
  7. ^ "বাংলাদেশ নৌবাহিনীর জরীপ জাহাজ 'তল্লাশী'র ডি-কমিশনিং অনুষ্ঠিত". ISPR. 19 December 2019. Retrieved 27 December 2019.
  8. ^ "Khulna Shipyard lays keel for five more Padma-class patrol vessels for Bangladeshi Navy". Janes 360. 2 January 2020. Retrieved 4 January 2020.
  9. ^ "Khan Jahan Ali". maritime-connector.com. Retrieved 4 January 2020.


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