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List of active Indian Navy ships

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Naval Ensign of the Indian Navy.

List of active Indian Navy ships is a list of ships in active service with the Indian Navy. In
service ships are taken from the official Indian Navy website.[1] The Indian Navy is one of the
largest navies in the world,[2] and as of 2015 possesses two aircraft carriers, one amphibious
transport dock, 9 Landing ship tanks, 10 destroyers, 14 frigates, one nuclear-powered attack
submarine, 14 conventionally-powered attack submarines, 26 corvettes, 7 mine countermeasure
vessels, 10 large offshore patrol vessels, 4 fleet tankers and various auxiliary vessels and small
patrol boats. For ships no longer in service see List of ships of the Indian Navy and for future
acquisitions of the fleet, see future ships of the Indian Navy.

Besides the following navy ships, the Indian Coast Guard operates around 90 - 100 armed patrol
ships of various sizes.

Contents
 1 Submarine fleet

o 1.1 Nuclear-powered submarines

o 1.2 Conventionally-powered submarines

 2 Surface fleet

o 2.1 Aircraft carriers

o 2.2 Destroyers

o 2.3 Frigates

o 2.4 Amphibious warfare ships

o 2.5 Corvettes
o 2.6 Mine countermeasure vessels

o 2.7 Torpedo recovery vessels

o 2.8 Offshore patrol vessels

o 2.9 Patrol vessels

o 2.10 Patrol boats

 3 Auxiliary fleet

o 3.1 Replenishment ships

o 3.2 Support ships

o 3.3 Research and survey vessels

o 3.4 Training vessels

o 3.5 Tugboats

o 3.6 Miscellaneous

 4 See also

 5 Notes

 6 References

 7 External links

Submarine fleet
Main article: List of submarines of the Indian Navy

Nuclear-powered submarines

Displacement[a
Class Picture Type Boats Origin ] Note

Nuclear-powered submarines (1 in Service)


Under a 10-
year lease
from Russia
since 2012.
Chakr
Negotiations
a Attack INS
Russi are
(Akula submarin Chakr 12,770 tonnes
a underway to
II) e (SSN) a (S71)
lease an
class
additional
Akula-class
attack
submarine.[3]

Conventionally-powered submarines

Displaceme
Class Picture Type Boats Origin Note
nt[a]

Conventionally-powered submarines (13 in Service)

Sindhughosh Attack INS Sindhughosh Sovie 3,076 Fleet to


class submar (S55) t Union tonnes be
ine INS Sindhudhvaj ( Russi partially
S56) a replaced
INS Sindhuraj (S5 by six
7) Kalvari-
INS Sindhuvir (S5 class
8) submari
INS Sindhuratna ( nes
S59) starting
INS Sindhukesari 2016.
(S60)
INS Sindhukirti (S
61)
INS Sindhuvijay (
S62)
INS Sindhurashtr
a (S65)

To be
INS Shishumar (S
armed
44)
with
Attack INS Shankush (S4
Shishumar cl Germ 1,850 Harpoon
submar 5)
ass any tonnes Block-II
ine INS Shalki (S46)
anti-ship
INS Shankul (S47
missiles[
) 4]

Surface fleet
Aircraft carriers

Displacem
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
ent

Aircraft carriers (2 in service)

Aircra
Kiev class ft INS Vikramaditya Rus 45,400 STOBAR
(Modified) carrie (R33) sia tonnes carrier.
r

Centaur cl Aircra INS Viraat (R22) Unit 28,700 STOVL


ass ft ed tonnes carrier.
carrie Kingdo Scheduled to
r m be
decommissio
ned by
February
2016[5] and
replaced by
INS Vikrant.
[6]

Destroyers

Displacem
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
ent

Destroyers (10 in service)

Remaining
ship in class
(INS
Chennai) to
be
Stealth
INS Kolkata ( commissione
guided
Kolkata cl D63) Indi 7,500 d by 2016.
missile
ass INS Kochi (D6 a tonnes To be
destroy
4) succeeded by
er
the Project
15B
Visakhapatna
m-class
destroyer.

INS Delhi
Guided (D61)
missile INS Mysore Indi 6,700
Delhi class
destroy (D60) a tonnes
er INS Mumbai
(D62)
INS Rajput
(D51)
Built in the
INS Rana
Soviet Union
(D52)
Guided to Indian
INS Ranjit Sov
Rajput missile 4,974 design
(D53) iet
class destroy tonnes modification
INS Ranvir Union
er s of the
(D54)
Kashin-class
INS Ranvijay
destroyer
(D55)

Frigates

Displaceme
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
nt

Frigates (14 in service)

INS
Stealt Shivalik
To be
h (F47)
succeeded
guide INS
Shivalik 6,200 from 2017 by
d Satpura India
class tonnes the Project
missil (F48)
17A-class
e INS
frigate.
frigate Sahyadri
(F49)

Talwar Stealt INS Russ 4,035 First three


class h Talwar ia tonnes vessels to be
guide (F40) upgraded.[7]
d INS Four
missil Trishul additional
e (F43) vessels to be
frigate INS Tabar built in a joint
(F44) partnership
INS Teg between
(F45) Russia and an
INS Indian
Tarkash
(F50)
INS shipyard.[8]
Trikand
(F51)

INS
Guide Brahmaput
d ra (F31)
Brahmaput 3,850
missil INS Betwa India
ra class tonnes
e (F39)
frigate INS Beas
(F37)

Guide INS Ganga Scheduled to


d (F22) be
Godavari 3,850
missil INS India decommission
class tonnes
e Gomati ed in the near
frigate (F21) future.[9][10]

Amphibious warfare ships

Displacem
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
ent

Amphibious warfare ships (1 in Service)

Austin clas Amphibi INS Jalashwa ( Uni 16,590 Under terms


s ous L41) ted tonnes of sale,
transport States Jalashwa
dock cannot be
(LPD) used during a
war or
offensive
operation,
unless such
action is
granted by the
United States
Pentagon.[11]
Plans to
induct four
modern
Amphibious
ships. Tender
floated.[12]

Landing ships (9 in Service)

INS Shardul
(L16)
Landing
Shardul cl INS Kesari Indi 5,600
ship tank
ass (L15) a tonnes[13]
(LST)
INS Airavat
(L24)

INS Magar
Landing
Magar cla (L20) Indi 5,655
ship tank
ss INS Gharial a tonnes[14]
(LST)
(L23)

INS Cheetah (
L18)
INS Mahish (L
Landing
Kumbhir c 19) Pol 1,100
ship tank
lass INS Guldar (L and tonnes
(LST)
21)
INS Kumbhir (
L22)

Landing craft (10 in Service)


INS LCU 34
(L34)
INS LCU 35
(L35)
Landing INS LCU 36
Mk. III craft (L36) Indi 640
LCU utility INS LCU 37 a tonnes[15]
(LCU) (L37)
INS LCU 38
(L38)
INS LCU 39
(L39)

INS LCU 51
(L51) Four more
Landing INS LCU 52 LCU Mk. IVs
Mk. IV craft (L52) Indi under various
830 tonnes
LCU utility INS LCU 53 a stages of
(LCU) (L53) construction.
[16][17]
INS LCU 54
(L54)

Corvettes

Displacemen
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
t

Corvettes (26 in Service)

Kamort Stealth INS Indi 3,500 tonnes Two more


a class ASW Kamort a ships to be
Corvett a (P28) commissioned
e INS ; INS Kiltan
Kadmat and INS
t (P29) Kavaratti. The
class is
primarily
designed for
anti-
submarine
warfare.

INS
Kora
(P61)
INS
Kirch
Kora Corvett (P62) Indi
1,350 tonnes
class e INS a
Kulish
(P63)
INS
Karmuk
(P64)

INS
Khukri
(P49)
INS
Kuthar
Khukri Corvett (P46) Indi
1,350 tonnes
class e INS a
Kirpan
(P44)
INS
Khanjar
(P47)

Abhay Corvett INS Indi 485 tonnes Indian variant


class e Abhay a of the Soviet
(P33) Pauk classs.
INS
Ajay
(P34)
INS
Akshay
(P35)
INS
Agray
(P36)

INS
Veer
(K40)
INS
Nirbhik
(K41)
INS
Nipat
(K42)
INS
Nishank
(K43)
INS
Nirghat
(K44)
INS
Vibhuti
Indian variant
Veer Corvett (K45) Indi
455 tonnes of the Soviet
class e INS a
Tarantul class.
Vipul
(K46)
INS
Vinash
(K47)
INS
Vidyut
(K48)
INS
Nashak
(K83)
INS
Prabal
(K92)
INS
Pralaya
(K91)

Mine countermeasure vessels

Class Picture Type Ships Origin Displaceme Note


nt

Mine countermeasure vessels (6 in Service)

INS
Karwar
Indian
(M67)
Navy had
INS
acquired a
Cannano
total of 12
re (M68)
ships from
INS
the Soviet
Cuddalor
Union in
Pondicher Minesweep e (M69) Sovi
891 tonnes 2 batches
ry class er INS et Union
of 6 with
Kakinada
the latter
(M70)
batch
INS
called the
Kozhikod
Karwar
e (M71)
Class.[18]
INS [19]
Konkan
(M72)

Torpedo recovery vessels

Displacem Not
Class Picture Type Ships Origin
ent e

Torpedo recovery vessels (1 in Service)

Torped
o
Astradhar INS Astradharani (A61) Ind
recove [20][21] 650 tonnes
ani class ia
ry
vessel
Offshore patrol vessels

Class Picture Type Ships Origin Displacement Note

Offshore patrol vessels (10 in Service)

INS
Saryu
(P54)
INS To be
Naval Sunayna succeeded
Saryu Offshore (P57) by
India 2,300 tonnes
class patrol INS Pipavav
vessel Sumedha NOPV
(P58) Class.
INS
Sumitra
(P59)

INS
Sukanya
(P50)
INS
Subhadr
a (P51)
Can be
INS
armed and
Naval Suvarna
South upgraded
Sukanya Offshore (P52)
Korea 1,890 tonnes to light
class patrol INS
India frigate
vessel Savitri
standard if
(P53)
needed.[22]
INS
Sharada
(P55)
INS
Sujata
(P56)

Patrol vessels
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Displacement Note

Patrol vessels (15 in Service)

INS Car
Nicobar
(T69)
INS
Chetlat
(T70)
INS Kora
Divh (T71)
INS
Cheriyam
(T72)
INS
Cankaras
Car Naval o (T73)
Nicobar Patrol INS India 325 tonnes
class vessels Kondul
(T74)
INS
Kalpeni
(T75)
INS
Kabra
(T76)
INS
Koswari
(T77)
INS
Karuva
(T78)

Bangaram Naval INS India 260 tonnes


class Patrol Bangaram
vessels (T65)
INS Bitra
(T66)
INS Batti
Malv
(T67)
INS
Baratang
(T68)

Naval INS
Trinkat
Patrol Trinkat India 260 tonnes
class
vessels (T61)

Patrol boats

Displacemen
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
t

Patrol boats (110 in Service)

T80
T81
Super Patro T82
Israe
Dvora l T83 50 tonnes
l
class boats T84
T85
T86

Solas
Total of 80
Marine Patro 80 in
Sri ordered, all
fast l servic 40 tonnes
Lanka delivered by June
intercepto boats e
2015.[23][24]
r boat
23 in service as
of September
Immediate 23 in 2015. Used by
Patro Indi
Support servic 60 tonnes ONGC to protect
l boat a
Vessel e off-shore
establishments.
[25]

Auxiliary fleet
Replenishment ships

Class Picture Type Ships Origin Displacement Note

Replenishment ships (4 in Service)

INS
Deepa
Deepak Replenishment k (A50)
Italy 27,500 tonnes
class oiler INS
Shakti
(A57)

INS
Jyoti Replenishment
Jyoti Russia 35,900 tonnes
class oiler
(A58)
Replenishment INS
Aditya
oiler & Repair Aditya India 24,612 tonnes
class
ship (A59)

Support ships

Displaceme
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
nt

Support ships (6 in Service)

INS
Nicobar Troopshi Nicobar [26][27][28]
19,000
class p INS
Andamans

Not listed
on
INS
Lakshadwee Hospital official
Lakshadwe
p Class ship Indian
ep
Navy
website.

Diving INS
Nireekshak
support Nireekshak 2,160 tonnes
Class
vessel (A15)
Ship built
by Tebma
Shipyard
s,
Dredging Indi Karnatak
vessel a a and
inducted
on 25
March
2015.[29]

Research and survey vessels

Displaceme
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
nt

Research and survey vessels (10 in Service)

INS
Sagardhwa Researc Indi
Sagardhwa 2,050 tonnes
ni h vessel a
ni (A74)

Sandhayak Survey INS Indi 1,800 tonnes


class vessel Nirupak a
(J14)
INS
Investigato
r (J15)
INS
Jamuna
(J16)
INS Sutlej
(J17)
INS
Sandhayak
(J18)
INS
Darshak
(J20)
INS
Sarvekshak
(J22)

New
catamaran
design.
Five more
Makar Survey INS Makar Indi ships are
500 tonnes
class vessel (J31) a under
various
stage of
constructio
n.

Training vessels

Displacemen
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
t

Training vessels (4 in Service)

Trainin INS Tir Indi


3,200 tonnes
g vessel (A86) a
INS
Varuna
INS
Trainin
Tarangini Indi
g vessel 500 tonnes
(A75) a
(sail)
INS
Sudarshin
i (A77)

Has been used


for solo,
Trainin INSV unassisted, non-
Indi
g boat Mhadei 23 tonnes stop
a
(sail) (A76) circumnavigatio
n under sail two
times.[30]

Tugboats

Displacemen
Class Picture Type Ships Origin Note
t

Tug boats (19 in Service)

The first ship of


Ocean- INS the class, INS
Gaj Indi
going Matang 1,334 tonnes Gaj (A51) was
class a
tugboat a (A53) decommissione
d in 1996.
Ocean-
INS Gaj
going 560 tonnes
(2002)
tugboat

INS
Bhim
Not listed on
Bhim Tugboa INS
373 tonnes official Indian
class t Balshil
Navy website.
INS
Ajral

INS
Madan
Madan Not listed on
Tugboa Singh
Singh 382 tonnes official Indian
t INS
class Navy website.
Shambh
u Singh

INS
Not listed on
Balram Tugboa Balram
216 tonnes official Indian
class t INS
Navy website.
Bajrang

Not listed on
Bahadu Tugboa INS
100 tonnes official Indian
r class t Bahadur
Navy website.

Not listed on
Anand Tugboa INS
100 tonnes official Indian
class t Anand
Navy website.

B.C. Tugboa INS B. 355 tonnes Not listed on


Dutt t C. Dutt official Indian
class INS
Tarafdar Navy website.

INS
Not listed on
Nakul Tugboa Nakul
373 tonnes official Indian
class t INS
Navy website.
Arjun

INS
Arga
Not listed on
Arga Tugboa INS
239 tonnes official Indian
class t Bali
Navy website.
INS
Anup

Tugboa INS Indi [31]


25 tonnes
t Sarthi a

Miscellaneous

Class Picture Type Ships Origin Displacement Note

Miscellaneous (24 in Service)

Ambika High sulphur Not listed on official


INS Ambika 1,000 tonnes
class diesel oiler Indian Navy website.

Fuel carrier Not listed on official


INS Poshak India 671 tonnes
(barge) Indian Navy website.

Modest Fuel carrier INS Purak Not listed on official


731 tonnes
class (barge) INS Puran Indian Navy website.

Hooghly Fuel carrier INS ??? 1,700 tonnes Not listed on official
class INS ???
INS ???
(barge) Indian Navy website.
INS ???

INS Pamba
Water carrier INS Not listed on official
Vipul class 598 tonnes
(barge) Pulakesin-1 Indian Navy website.
INS Ambuda

INS Manohar
INS Modak
INS Mangal
Small Not listed on official
GSL class INS Madhur 175 tonnes
ferryboat Indian Navy website.
INS
Manorama
INS Manjula

Manoram Small INS Manoram Not listed on official


578 tonnes
class ferryboat INS Vihar Indian Navy website.

Shalimar Small
INS Neelam India 218 tonnes
class ferryboat

INS SB-II
Corporated Sullage INS SB-II Not listed on official
220 tonnes
class (barge) INS SB-V Indian Navy website.
INS SB-VII

See also
 List of active Indian military aircraft

 Aircraft of the Indian Navy

 List of ships of the Indian Navy

 Future of the Indian Navy

 Indian Coast Guard


 Currently active military equipment by country