Auxiliaries and Other Ships
Azerbaijan – T-710 (formerly Oka) Luga class (ca. 1975) (Project 888) Polish built, similar to Wodnik class. LOA 234′ TDISP 1,850 tons
Azerbaijan – A-571 Research Ship LOA 413′ (1992) USSR built 1985 river tanker. Research ship, possibly used as a submersible mother ship.
Belgium – BNS Godetia A-960 (1966) Command and Support Ship LOA 301′ TDISP 2,300 tons
Dominican Republic – Juan Bautista Cambiaso BE-01 (2018) Sail Training ship LOA 177′ TDISP unknown. Formerly Royal Helena, built 2009 at Varna, Bulgaria.
Equatorial Guinea – Djibloho survey/research ship (2000) 343′ TDISP 4,500 tons. Formerly Russian geological research ship (1989). Attacked by pirates May 2020.
Ethiopia – Ethiopia A-01 Barnegat Class Seaplane Tender (1962-1991) LOA 310′ TDISP 2,500 tons. Formerly USN USS Orca AVP-49 (1944-1960) 3 battle stars for Pacific War service, and was a supply ship during the Bikini Atoll Nuclear Bomb testing. Transferred to Ethiopia 1962, under the Military Assistance Plan, used as a training ship and the flagship. Fled Eritrean service after the civil war, 1991 when Ethiopia lost the coastal regions to the newly-independent Eritrea. Several ships fled to Yemen. Hulked in Yemen. Supposedly sold for scrap 1993, but actually survived mostly intact until 2003, according to the images of Yemen. Gradually dismantled in situ until about 2012.
Finland – FNS Louhi 999 (2009) Pollution Control Vessel LOA 234′ TDISP 3,450 tons.
Libya – Zeltin Repair / Maintenance ship (1969-ca. 2000) LOA 324′ TDISP 2,400 tons . Vosper Thornycroft built. Sank at dock ca 2010.
Lithuania – Valerian Uryvayev class tender/survey/training LOA180′ TDISP 1,050 tons (2, service since 1992) Formerly Russian oceanographic ships built early 1980s.
Oman – High Speed Support Vessels HSSV Austal design LOA 238′ TDISP unknown. High-speed catamaran, smaller variant of the Spearhead class Expeditionary Transport. (2 active, service since 2016)
Nigeria – NNS Lana A-498 hydrographic Survey (1976-2010) LOA 190′ TDISP 1,100 tons. Appears to have sunk at her Lagos berth mid-2016 and been scrapped.
Oman – SNV Al Dhaferah support ship (1987) LOA 448′ TDISP 10,970 tons. Formerly SNV Fulk al Salamah until 2016.
Oman – Al-Mabrukah training/patrol ship (1982 – converted to role ca.2018) LOA 340′ TDISP 3,300 tons. Italian-built former Royal Yacht Al-Said .(always name of one of the currently serving yachts)
Oman – SNV Al Mabrukah Training/Patrol Ship Q-30 (1971 converted 1983) LOA 203′ TDISP 900 tons. Brooke Marine, British built former Royal Yacht Al Said converted to training ship 1983. Transferred to Cyprus Navy 2017 as Alasia.
Oman – Shabab Oman II (2014) Sail Training Ship LOA 285′ TDISP 750 gt.
Senegal – Itaf Deme Fisheries Research ship LOA 125′ TDISP 320 tons modified fisheries vessel, no dates available on construction or conversion.
Syria – Al Assad Training Ship (1988) LOA 345′ TDISP 3,500 tons Polish built.
Syria – Natya Project 266M (1985) LOA 200′ TDISP 800 tons. Originally minesweeper, converted to resupply / replenishment
Ukraine – Donbas U-500 – Amur Class (1997) LOA 400′ TDISP 5,600 tons
Ukraine – Slavutich U-510 – Bambuk Class (1992) command ship LOA 350′ TDISP 5,500 tons