List of ships in Bangladesh navy

 As 2016 Bangladesh navy have 7 Guided Missile Frigate[1]  , two patrol frigates, one training frigate, six Corvettes, sixty minor surface combatants of various types (including patrol vessels, missile boats, and mine hunters), and twenty four auxiliaries. In addition, six shore establishments are maintain and total 80 ships

FRIGATES

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Active (5)
Ulsan(Mod) Class Guided Missile Frigate BNS Bangabandhu 2,370 Heavily modified Ulsan class frigatewith ASW helicopter on board.
053H1 (Jianghu-II) Class Guided Missile Frigate BNS Osman 1,702 Ex-PLAN Xiangtan, sold to Bangladesh in 1989. The ship has undergone heavy modification and has been armed with guided Anti-ship, Anti-air, Anti-Submarine systems and mine laying equipment.
Hamilton-Class Frigate Guided Missile Frigate BNS Somudro Joy[2] 3,300[3] The ship will be armed with modern C-802A anti-ship-missiles, FM-90N SAM and torpedoes with helicopter on board.
Type 41 Leopard class Frigate BNS Abu Bakar
BNS Ali Haider
2,520 To be replaced by two Type 053H2 Jianghu-III Class Guided Missile Frigates.
On Order (2)
Type 053H2 Jianghu-III Class Guided Missile Frigate BNS Abu Bakar
BNS Ali Haider
2,393 Planned to armed with 1 x 1 x PJ26 76 mm dual purpose gun, 2x Type 730B CIWS, 1x FM-90N SAM launcher, 2×4 C-802A SSM launchers, 2×3 torpedo launchers, 2x ASW rocket launchers (6 tube) & 1x Z-9C ASW helicopter.

CORVETTE

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Active (4)
Castle Class Guided Missile Corvette BNS Dhaleshwari
BNS Bijoy
1,550 Armed with 4x C-704 AShM, 1 x 76mm gun (automatic), 2 x Oerlikon 20 mm auto cannons. The ships are equipped with flight deck.
Durjoy Class Guided Missile Corvette BNS Durjoy
BNS Nirmul
648 Armed with 4x C-704A AShM, 4x QW-2 SAM, 1 x 76mm gun (automatic), 2 x Oerlikon 20 mm auto cannons, 1 x Type 730 CIWS, 2 x 6-tube Type 3200 ASW rocket launchers,3×2 torpedo luncher.
Rumored to receive [4](2)
Type 056 corvette Guided Missile Corvette 1500 Designed to be armed with 4x C-803 AShM, 1× FL-3000N SAM launcher, 1× AK-176 main gun, 2 x 30mm remote weapon systems, 1 x Type 730 CIWS, 2 x 6-tube Type 3200 ASW rocket launchers & ASW Harbin Z-9E on board. It is also to be said that the navy will be extending its body more ten meters to give a hanger for the helicopter.

OFFSHORE PATROL VESSELS

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
In Service (8)
Island Class OPV BNS Sangu
BNS Turag
BNS Kapatakhaya
BNS Karatoa
BNS Gomati
1,280 Acquired in 2004.
Sea Dragon Class OPV BNS Madhumati 635 Acquired in 1997.
Padma Class[5][6] OPV BNS Padma
BNS Surma
350 The first ship was launched on October 8, 2012 at Khulna Ship Yard. The 50.4-metre long, 7.5-metre wide and 4.1-metre deep warship can travel 23 nautical miles per hour. The ship, armed with two 37 mm cannons and four 20 mm anti-aircraft guns. She can carry out missions lasting up to seven days at a time.
On Order (3)
Padma Class[7][8] OPV BNS…
BNS…
BNS…
350 Length: 50.4 meter
Width: 7.5 meter
Depth: 4.1 meter
Speed: 23 nautical miles
Mission length: 7 days
Armament:
Primary: 2x 37mm cannons
Anti Air: 4x 20mm AAA guns

FAST ATTACK CRAFT

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Missile (9)
Type 024 class missile boat Missile boat BNS Durbar
BNS Duranta
BNS Durvedya
BNS Durdam
BNS Uttal
79 To be replaced soon.
Type 021 class missile boat Missile boat BNS Durdharsha
BNS Durdanta
BNS Dordanda
BNS Anirban
205 To be upgraded to carry 4x C-704AShM as mid-life upgrade.
ASW (4)
Kraljevica class patrol boat ASW BNS Karnafuli
BNS Tista
245 Acquired from former Yugoslavia.
Type 062-I class gunboat ASW BNS Barkat 190
Type 037 class submarine chaser ASW BNS Nirbhoy 400
Gun (9)
Type 062 class gunboat Gunboat BNS Shaheed Daulat
BNS Shaheed Farid
BNS Shahhed Mohibullah
BNS Shaheed Akhtaruddin
150
Type 021 class missile boat Gunboat BNS Salam 205 Damaged Type 021 class missile boat has been converted into Fast Attack Craft (Gun) by Bangladesh Navy.
Chamsuri-class patrol boat Gunboat BNS Titash
BNS Kusiyara
BNS Chitra
BNS Dhansiri
170 The first two (P1011 and P1012) were transferred from South Korea in 2000. Another two (P1013 & P1014) entered service in 2004.
Torpedo (4)
Type 025 class torpedo boat Torpedo Boat BNS TB 35
BNS TB 36
BNS TB 37
BNS TB 38
45 Standard: 2 x 533 mm torpedo tubes and 4 x 14.5 mm heavy machine guns (2×2), 2 mines and additional machine guns

LARGE PATROL CRAFT

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Large Patrol Craft (LPC) (3)
Meghna Class LPC BNS Meghna
BNS Jamuna
410 Acquired in from Singapore.
Bishkhali Class LPC BNS Bishkhali 143 PNS Jessore, which was sunk during the 1971 war, was salvaged and extensively repaired at Khulna shipyard and commissioned as BNS Bishkhali.

RESEARCH & SURVEY SHIP

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Research and Survey Ship (2)
Roebuck Class Hydro-graphic Survey Ship Research vessel BNS Anushandhan 1,477 .
Agradoot class Survey Ship Research vessel BNS Agradoot Made locally.

MINE COUNTERMEASURE VESSELS

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Mine countermeasure vessels (5)
Type 010 class minesweeper Minesweeper BNS Sagar 599 .
River class minesweeper Minesweeper BNS Shapla
BNS Shaikat
BNS Surovi
BNS Shaibal
904 Acquired from Royal Navy in 2004.

RAPID RESPONSE BOAT

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Rapid Response Boat (RRB) (16)
Response Boat Response Boat RRB-1
RRB-2
RRB-3
RRB-4
RRB-5
RRB-6
RRB-7
RRB-8
RRB-9
RRB-10
RRB-11
RRB-12
RRB-13
RRB-14
RRB-15
RRB-16
2.7 2 × M240B Machine Gun.

TRAINING SHIP

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement (Tons) Note
Training Ship – In Service (2)
Type 61 Salisbury class FF BNS Umar Farooq 2,408 Used as training ship.
Island Class OPV BNS Shaheed Ruhul Amin 1,280 Used as training ship.

AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE

Name Pennant Number Class Type Origin
BNS Darshak A 581 Yuch’in Landing Craft Mechanized  China
BNS Tallashi A 582 Yuch’in Landing Craft Mechanized  China
BNS LCT 101 A 584 Yuch’in Landing Craft Mechanized  China
BNS LCT 102 A 585 Yuch’in Landing Craft Mechanized  China
BNS LCT 104 A 586 Yuch’in Landing Craft Mechanized  China
BNS Shah Amanat L 900 Landing Craft Logistics
BNS Shah Paran L 901 LCU 1646 Landing Craft Utility  United States
BNS Shah Makhdum L 902 LCU 1646 Landing Craft Utility  United States
BNS ??? L 1011 LCVP Landing Craft Vehicle & Personnel  Bangladesh
BNS ??? L 1012 LCVP Landing Craft Vehicle & Personnel  Bangladesh
BNS ??? L 1013 LCVP Landing Craft Vehicle & Personnel  Bangladesh

AUXILIARIES

Name Pennant Number Class Type Origin Notes
BNS Sahayak A 512 Shahayak Fleet Replenishment Ship  Bangladesh
BNS Shah Jalal A 513 Shah Jalal Fleet Diving & Salvage Tender  Bangladesh
BNS Khan Jahan Ali A 515 Khan Jahan Ali Fleet Tanker  Japan
BNS Imam Ghazzali A 516 Imam Ghazzali Fleet Tanker  Bangladesh
BNS Sundarban A 711 Floating Drydock
BNS Khadem A 721 Dinghai Fleet Ocean Tug  China
BNS Sebak A 722 Fleet Coastal Tug
BNS Rupsha A 723 Damen Stan Tug 3008 Fleet Coastal Tug  Bangladesh
BNS Shibsha A 724 Damen Stan Tug 3008 Fleet Coastal Tug  Bangladesh 9 more on service.
BNS Balaban A 731 Floating Crane
BNS MFV 55 MFV 55 Fleet Tender
BNS MFV 66 MFV 66 Fleet Tender
BNS Shanket Shanket Harbour Tender  Bangladesh

ESTABLISHMENTS

  1. BNS Shaheed Moazzem
  2. BNS Titumir
  3. BNS Haji Mohshin
  4. BNS Ulka
  5. BNS Isa Khan
  6. BNS Vatiary

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