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INDONESIAN NAVY (INDONESIA)

AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS AND CRAFT

AMAHAI infantry landing craft (1943-1944/1950)

Amahai 1950

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comm Fate
Piru (ex-Zeearend, ex-LCI(G)420, ex-LCI(L)420) 868 George Lawley, Neponset, USA 2/1944 16/2/1944 2/1944 // 1950 deleted 1974
Amahai (ex-Tropenvogel, ex-LCI(G)467, ex-LCI(L)467) 864 New Jersey SB, Barber, USA 8/1943 16/9/1943 9/1943 // 1950 deleted 1974
Marich (ex-Zeemeeuw, ex-LCI(G)559, ex-LCI(L)559) 866 New Jersey SB, Barber, USA 1/1944 2/1944 2/1944 // 1950 deleted 1974
Namlea (ex-Stormvogel, ex-LCI(M)588, ex-LCI(L)588)   New Jersey SB, Barber, USA 3/1944 4/1944 4/1944 // 1950 lightship 1961
Baruna (ex-Ijsvogel, ex-LCI(G)948, ex-LCI(L)948)   Consolidated, Orange, USA 1/1944 2/1944 3/1944 // 1950 pilot ship 1961

 

Displacement standard, t

209

Displacement full, t

385

Length, m

46.6 wl 48.9 oa

Breadth, m

7.21

Draught, m

1.80

No of shafts

2

Machinery

8 General Motors diesels

Power, h. p.

2320

Max speed, kts

15.5

Fuel, t

diesel oil 110

Endurance, nm (kts)

8000 (12)

Armament

1 x 1 - 40/60 Mk 3, 3 x 1 - 20/70 Mk 10, 24 x 1 Mk 7 RL

Sensors

presumably SO or SCR-517A radar
Complement

70

Ship project history: LCI(G) type landing fire support craft, handed over by the Netherlands East Indies Government.

Modernizations: 1960s, all survived: were armed with 1 x 1 - 37/63 70K, 2 x 1 - 12.7/62 only

Naval service: No significant events.

Ivan Gogin, 2016