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LST MK.2 Class LST-511 sub-class LOA 328′ TDISP 3,800 tons (ca. 1000 built over 3 sub-classes, at least 5 transferred to Royal Thai Navy) for other sister-ships and more information see USN retired landing ships listing.LST MK2 Thai Samut Prakan 2010HTMS Phangan LST-713 (1966-ca.2005) formerly USS Stark County LST-1134 (1945-1966) now a museum ship on the Western coast of Ko Pha Ngan IslandHTMS Phangan LST-713 Ko Pha Ngan 2018

Landing Craft Support (Large) MK.3 ex-USN LOA 158′ TDISP 250 tons. About 130 built for USN, several transferred, including 1 unit to Royal Thai Navy, which has been preserved.

HTMS Nakha 751 (1966-2007) formerly USS LCS(L) 102 (1945 – 1949) active during Battle of Okinawa. Transferred to Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force as JDS Himawari (1953 – 1965) returned to US and currently restored by Landing Craft Support Museum, Mare Island CAUSS LCS-102 Mare Island 2018

Landing Ship Infantry Large LCI(L)-351 class LOA 157′ TDISP 400 tons (2 transferred to Thailand) HTMS Prab 741 (1947-ca.2006) formerly USN LCI(M) 670 (1944-1947) was sunk as a dive wreck in May 2011 AND HTMS Satakut 742 (1947-ca.2006) formerly USN LCI(M) 739 was also sunk as a dive wreck, June 2011.

LCS(L) HTMS Samut Prakan 2010

Landing Craft Utility LCU LOA at least two types, LOA 178′ or 130′ several in serviceRoyal Thai Navy Samut Prakan LCU 2019

Royal Thai Navy Samut Prakan LCU (1) 2019
By the length, this is likely a Thongkaeo-class LCU, of which there are 4 in service.

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