Indonesian Navy – Landing Ships

Landing Ships

Return to Corvettes and Patrol ShipsIndonesian Navy LSTs variety Jakarta 2009

Teluk Bintuni class LOA 384-393′ / 117-120M TDISP 2,300 tons (9 active, more building, service since 2015)KRI Teluk Bintuni 520 and LST Surabaya 2022

Teluk Gilimanuk Class (East German Frosch I and II Classes, also called Hoyerswerda class) LSM (East German, service 1976-1993) LOA 321′ / 97.8 m TDISP 1,950 tons (12 transferred to Indonesia, service since 1994) similar dimensions and displacement for both types.

KRI Teluk Manada 537, formerly East German Neubrandenburg 633 (Frosch I class), 2017. Credit: Indonesian Armed Forces PR / Public domain

Frosch class LSM Surabaya 2019

Nordperd E-35, an East German Frosch II class Landing Support ship, observing Exercise Northern Wedding, 1986. Frosch II have deck cranes. At least 2 were acquired by Indonesia in 1992. NARA: US Navy Official 330-CFD-DN-SN-87-04475 PH1 Jeff Hilton.

Frosch class LS Jakarta 2009

Tacoma Class LST LOA 328′ / 100 m TDISP 3,750 tons (6 built, service since 1981)Tacoma class LST Surabaya 2019Tacoma class with hangar LST Surabaya 2019

Teluk Ambonia 503 LOA 327′ / 99.7 m TDISP 4,200 tons Japanese copy of a USN LST 511 class with a large deck crane fitted before the bridge.

Teluk Ambonia 503 Jakarta 2019-5
Besides the large crane to the forward and to port of the bridge, the Teluk Ambonia has doubled boats which continue in front of the bridge.

Teluk Ambonia 503 Jakarta 2019

LST MK 2 1-511 and 512-1152 classes LOA 328′ / 100 m TDISP 4,080 tons (7 transferred from USN service)LST MK 2 LST Surabaya 2019

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