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INDONESIAN NAVY (INDONESIA)

AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS AND CRAFT

TELUK GILIMANUK medium landing ships (1976-1979/1993-1995)

Teluk Gilimanuk 2000

Name No Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comp. Fate
Teluk Gilimanuk (ex-Hoyerswerda) 531 331 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 25/11/1974 1/7/1975 12/11/1976 // 12/7/1994 in service (2018)
Teluk Celukan Bawang (ex-Hagenow) 532 332 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 7/3/1975 19/12/1975 1/12/1976 // 25/2/1994 in service (2018)
Teluk Cendrawasih (ex-Frankfurt/Oder) 533 333 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 10/6/1975 2/1/1976 2/2/1977 // 9/12/1994 in service (2018)
Teluk Berau (ex-Eberswalde-Finow) 534 334 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 10/9/1975 15/7/1976 28/5/1977 //  10/3/1995 stricken 9/2012
Teluk Peleng (ex-Lübben) 535 335 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 11/12/1975 2/10/1976 15/3/1978 // 23/9/1993 foundered 11/2013
Teluk Sibolga (ex-Schwerin) 536 336 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 17/3/1976 18/1/1977 19/10/1977 // 15/12/1993 in service (2018)
Teluk Manado (ex-Neubrandenburg) 537 337 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 21/8/1976 6/4/1977 28/12/1977 // 2/6/1995 in service (2018)
Teluk Hading (ex-Cottbus) 538 338 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 22/11/1976 10/6/1977 26/5/1978 // 12/7/1994 in service (2018)
Teluk Parigi (ex-Anklam) 539 339 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 21/2/1977 22/9/1977 14/7/1978 // 21/7/1995 in service (2018)
Teluk Lampung (ex-Schwedt) 540 340 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 5/5/1977 27/12/1977 7/9/1979 // 26/4/1994 in service (2018)
Teluk Jakarta (ex-Eisenhüttenstadt) 541 341 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 18/8/1977 8/3/1978 4/1/1979 // 19/9/1994 in service (2018)
Teluk Sangkulirang (ex-Grimmen) 542 342 Peenewerft, Wolgast, East Germany 2/11/1977 30/5/1978 15/6/1979 // 9/12/1994 in service (2018)

 

Displacement standard, t

1710

Displacement full, t

1930

Length, m

90.7

Breadth, m

11.1

Draught, m

2.80 mean 3.47 max

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 61B diesels

Power, h. p.

12000

Max speed, kts

18

Fuel, t

diesel oil

Endurance, nm (kts)

2450(14)

Armament

1 x 1 - 40/70 Bofors 350AFD, 1 x 2 - 37/63 V-11M, (2 - 3) x 2 - 25/80 2M-3M

Military load

12 tanks or 600 t cargo, 100 troops

Sensors

TSR-333, Rubka radars, 2x PK-16 decoy RL

Complement

55

Ship project history: Twelve former GDR fast medium landing ships of the 'Frosch 1' class built by VEB Peenewerft, Wolgast, to an indigenous East German design 1976-79. Officially transferred to Indonesia 25 August 1993. Refitted in German yards prior to transfer, where all armament was removed, to be replaced later after delivery. A very valuable addition to the Indonesian Navy's landing forces in view of the block obsolescence of the ex-US LST 511 type landing ships.

Modernizations: 2005, Teluk Manado, Teluk Hading: diesels were replaced by 2 SEMT-Pielstick 6PA6L

Naval service: Teluk Lampung was wrecked 3/6/1994 during transfer but was refitted. Teluk Peleng foundered in November 2013.

Teluk Sangkuring 2005

Ivan Gogin, 2017-18