Royal Navy Landing Ships
Landing Ship Logistics (LSL)
Round Table Class LOA 413′ TDISP 6,700 tons (7 built, 2 to a modified, design, 1 sunk during Falklands War) 2 still in service transferred to Brazil. Some received a service life update and were lengthened by 40′.
RFA Sir Tristram L-3505 (1967-2005) extensively damaged during Falklands War, still in use as a training ship, including for Special Boat Service, in Portland Harbour.
Landing Ship Tanks (LST)
Mk.3 LST LOA 346′ TDISP 4,900 tons (61 built, none preserved)
HMS Stalker (ex-LST-3515) (1947 – 1970) built in Esquimalt, BC, Canada. From 1958 was a submarine support ship, sold 2002, scrapped 2010 despite local efforts to preserve her.