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INDONESIAN NAVY (INDONESIA)

AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS AND CRAFT

TELUK SEMANGKA tank landing ships (1981-1982)

Teluk Semangka 2000

Teluk Banten 2000

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp. Fate
Teluk Semangka 512 Korea-Tacoma, Masan, South Korea     20/1/1981 target 2013
Teluk Penyu 513 Korea-Tacoma, Masan, South Korea     20/1/1981 in service (2018)
Teluk Mandar 514 Korea-Tacoma, Masan, South Korea     7/1981 in service (2018)
Teluk Sampit 515 Korea-Tacoma, Masan, South Korea     6/1981 in service (2018)
Teluk Banten 516 Korea-Tacoma, Masan, South Korea     5/1982 in service (2018)
Teluk Ende 517 Korea-Tacoma, Masan, South Korea     2/9/1982 in service (2018)

 

Displacement standard, t

1800

Displacement full, t

3770

Length, m

100.0

Breadth, m

15.4

Draught, m

4.20 max 3.00 mean

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 diesels

Power, h. p.

6860

Max speed, kts

15

Fuel, t

diesel oil

Endurance, nm (kts)

7500(13)

Armament

512-515: 3 x 1 - 40/70 Bofors 350AFD, 2 x 1 - 20/85 S.20, 2 x 1 - 12.7/90, helicopter deck

516, 517: 2 x 1 - 40/70 Bofors 350AFD, 2 x 1 - 20/85 S.20, 2 x 1 - 12.7/90, 3 helicopters (Super Puma)

Military load

4 LCVP, 17 tanks or 1800t of cargo, 202 marines

Sensors

512-515: 2x Decca radars

516, 517: ZW-06, 2x Decca radars

Complement

117

Ship project history: Four ships ordered in 1979 and two more helicopter-capable in 1981. Project based on the US 'LST 542' class design. Beaching load is 690t (up to 17 tanks). Maximum cargo capacity is 1800t (inc 17 main battle tanks). First four ships have helicopter landing pads amidships and aft. The last two ships in the series include a larger hangar built into the superstructure and helicopter deck is one level above the main deck. All ships are fitted with davits for two LCVP landing craft. 516 and 517 have increased command facilities and can act as flagships and can carry three big AS 332 Super Puma helicopters.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: No significant events.

Teluk Sampit 2005

Teluk Banten 2005

Ivan Gogin, 2017-18