Royal Navy – Amphibious Warfare Ships

Royal Navy Amphibious Warfare Ships (does not include Amphibious Assault Ships, on an earlier page)

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Albion Class LOA 577′ TDISP 19,500 tons (2 active)

HMS Albion L14 (2003)

HMS Albion visits Fleet Activities Yokosuka
HMS Albion 2018 near Yokosuka Japan US Navy Official 4523384 Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Peter Burghart

HMS Albion L14 Devonport 2017.jpgHMS Bulwark L15 (2004)HMS Bulwark L15 Devonport.jpg

Bay Class LOA 579′ TDISP 16,200 tons 2006-present. Royal Fleet Auxiliary (4 built, 1 transferred to Royal Australian Navy as HMAS Choules)

RFA Cardigan Bay L-3009 (2006)RFA Cardigan Bay Portland 2017RFA Mounts Bay L-3008 (2006)

EODMU 2 leads MCM task group experiment aboard RFA Mounts Bay
RFA Mounts Bay during US Navy EOD training March 2019 US Navy Official 5206087 CPO Jeff Atherton

RFA Mounts Bay Portland 2010

Fearless Class LOA 520′ TDISP 17,000 tons (2 retired)

HMS Fearless (1965 – 2002) and HMS Intrepid (1967 – 1999)

GIBRALTAR SUMMIT. OCTOBER 1968, GIBRALTAR, DURING THE SUMMIT MEETING BETWEEN THE PRIME MINISTER, MR HAROLD WILSON, AND THE REBEL PRIME MINISTER OF RHODESIA, MR IAN SMITH. THE SUMMIT TOOK PLACE ON BOARD THE SHIPS HMS KENT, AND HMS FEARLESS.
HMS Fearless during 1968 Summit with Rhodesian PM © Crown copyright. IWM (A 35170)

Fearless Class Amphibious Assault RN ships Portsmouth 2004.jpg

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