RMN – Auxiliaries and Other Ships

Auxiliaries and Other Ships

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MV Mega Bakti Submarine Rescue Ship LOA 260′ / 79.2 m TDISP 1960 tons (service since 2014)MV Mega Bakti sub rescue Sepanggar 2020

Bunga Mas Lima class multipurpose support vessel LOA 436′ / 132.9 m TDISP 9,000 tons (2 active, service since 2009)Bunga Mas Lima support Sepanggar 2020

Hydrographic Survey

KD Perantau 151 (1998) LOA 222′ / 67.7 m TDISP 2000 tons. Sank at moorings and was recovered in early 2015.

KD Perentau 151 open to the public, ca. 2019. Credit: Tomahawkarf via wikipedia.

KD Perantau Lumut 2015

KD Mutiara 255 (1978-2018) LOA 233′ / 71 m TDISP 1,900 tons.KD Mutiara Lumut 2018


Gagah Samudera class training ships LOA 249′ / 75.9 m TDISP 1270 tons (2 active, service since 2018). Long delays in commissioning as the Penang yard went into receivership. These ships can be easily converted to fairly capable patrol ships.

U.S. Navy and Coast Guard sail with Malaysian Navy during MTA Malaysia 2019
KD Gagah Samudera FSG-271 during an Aug. 2019 training exercise with the US Coast Guard. USN official photo 190816-N-NI298-0280 (PO2 Tristin Barth)

Gagah Samudera class trainer Sepanggar 2020

KLD Tunas Samudera (1989) sail training LOA 115′ / 35.1 m TDISP 240 tons. Built by Brooke Yacht, Lowestoft

KLD Tunas Samureda, 2007. Credit: Żeglarz, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

KLD Tunas Samureda Lumut 2018

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