List of ships of the Egyptian Navy


List of ships of the Egyptian Navy

The list of Egyptian Navy ships includes all ships of the Egyptian Navy as well as its precedessors.

"See also List of ships of the line of Egypt."

Ship classes

"6 October" class missile boat

* In service: 4 ships
* Displacement: 82 tons
* Crew: 20
* Armament:
** Two Otomat SSM
** Two twin 30 mm AA guns
* Note: Built in Egypt, outfitted in the United Kingdom


= "Ambassador MK III" class missile boat =

In Service: (One delivered in 2005, one delivered in 2006, one performing sea trials and being fitted with the electronic suites and will be delivered in 2007 and the last one in final phase of construction and to be delivered in 2008)
* Displacement: 550 tons
* Complement: 36 (eight officers, ten chief petty officers, and 18 ratings).
* Dimensions: length: 60.6 m (199 ft), Beam: 10 m (32.8 ft), Draft: 2 m (2.5 ft)
* Machinery: Diesels: Three MTU diesels (30,000 hp) (sold and serviced by Detroit Diesel Corporation in the US); three shafts; three propellers.
* Speed: convert|41|kn|km/h|0
* Range: convert|2000|nmi|km|-3|abbr=on at convert|15|kn|km/h|0, with an at-sea endurance of eight days.
* Equipment:
** CMS/Fire Control
** Lightweight Shipboard Electro-Optical System
** IFF
** Data links (Link ASN 150, LinkYE, Link 14, and Link 11)
* Radar:
** Navigation: Thales Nederland (formerly Signaal) Scout (I/J band)
** Air/surface surveillance: European Aerospace and Defence Systems (EADS) TRS-3D radar built by Raytheon Systems
** Fire control: (I and K dual-band).
* Countermeasures:
** Decoys: Four chaff/IR launchers (two to port and two to starboard).
** Electronic Support Measures/Electronic Countermeasures (ESM/ECM)
* Armament:
** Eight Boeing Harpoon SSM Block 1G in two quad pack canister launchers.
** One United Defense Mk 75 76 mm/62 Super Rapid DP gun
** One Raytheon RAM system consisting of the Mk49 Guided Missile Launching System (GMLS) and a Mk44 MOD 2 Block 1 guided missile round pack (supporting 21 canister mounted missiles)
** One Raytheon Mk 15 Mod 21 Phalanx (Block 1B) 20 mm Phalanx CIWS
** Two deck-mounted 7.62 mm M60 machine guns


= "Black Swan" class training frigate =

* In service: 1 ship: "Tariq" (931)
* Displacement: 2000 tons
* Armament:
** 3 × 4 in (102 mm) guns
** Two twin 37 mm AA guns
** Four 12.7 mm machineguns
** Four depth-charge mortars
** Two depth-charge racks

"Dhat Al Sawari" class minehunter

* In service: 3 ships: "Dhat Al Sawari", "Navarine", "Al Burullus"
* Displacement: 203 tons
* Crew: 25
* Equipment: TSM 2022 minehunting sonar
* Armament: Two 12.7 mm machineguns
* Note: Built in the United States


= "Descubierta" class light frigate =

* In service: 2 ships: "El Suez" (F941), "Aboukir" (F946)
* Displacement: 1575 tons
* Crew: 146
* Equipment:
** DA-05 two-dimensional air search radar
** Elettronica Beta intercept
** WM-25 fire control
* Sonar:
** VDS
** DE-1167 LF hull sonar
* C3I & EW:
** SATCOM Communication
** Combat Data Suite
** Chaff Decoy Dispenser
* Armament:
** Eight Harpoon SSM
** Eight RIM-7 Sea Sparrow SAM
** One 76 mm OTO Melara DP gun
** Two 40 mm AA guns
** One 375 mm antisubmarine rocket launcher
** Two triple 12.75 inch torpedo tubes.

"El Horreya" training yacht

* Displacement: 3,762 tons
* Crew: 160

"El Kousseir" training yacht

* Displacement: 1000 tons

"Hainan" class anti-submarine patrol boat

* In service: 4 ships: "Al Hadi", "Al Gatar", "Al Saddam", "Al Salam" plus 4 reserve ships
* Displacement: 392 tons
* Crew: 70
* Equipment: Tamir II HF hull sonar
* Armament:
** Two twin 57 mm AA guns
** Two twin 23 mm AA guns
** Two triple 12.75 inch torpedo tubes
** Four RBU-1200 anti-submarine rocket launchers
** Two depth-charge mortars
** Two depth-charge racks
** Mines

"Houko" class inshore missile boat

* In service: 6 ships
* Displacement: 79 tons
* Crew: 16
* Armament:
** Two HY-2 SSM
** One twin 25 mm AA gun

"Intisar" training ship

* Displacement: 500tons


= "Jianghu" class light patrol frigate =

* In service: 2 ships: "Najim al Zafir" (951) and "Al Nasser" (F956)
* Displacement: 1900 tons
* Crew: 195
* Equipment:
** Type 354 Radar (Eye Shield) 2D air/surface search, I-band
** Type 517H-1 (Knife Rest) 2D long-range air search, A-band
** Type 352 Radar (Square Tie) surface search fire-control, I-band
** MF hull radar
** Type 343 (Wasp Head) fire control radar, G/H-band
** 2 x Type 341 fire control radar for dual 37 mm AA gun
** 2 x Racal RM-1290 navigation radars, I-band
* Sonar
** SJD-5 medium-frequency Sonar
** SJC-1B reconnaissance Sonar
** SJX-4 communications Sonar
* C3I & EW
** CTC-1629 Combat Data System (or Chinese copy ZKJ-3A)
** Data link: HN-900 (Chinese equivalent of Link 11A/B)
** Communication: SNTI-240 SATCOM
** RWD-8 (Jug Pair) Intercept EW Suite
** Elettronica Beta Intercept
** Type 9230I Radar Warning Receiver
** Type 651A IFF
** 2 x Mk-36RBOC 6-barrel Decoy Rocket Launchers
* Armament:
** Four HY-2 SSM
** Two radar controlled dual 57 mm AA guns
** Six radar controlled dual 37 mm AA guns
** Four RBU-1200 anti-submarine rocket launchers
** Four depth-charge mortars
** Two depth-charge racks
** Mines
* Note: May be modified with additional helicopter platform

Knox class frigate

* In service: 2 ships: "Domyat" (F961) and "Rasheed" (966)
* Displacement: 4250 tons
* Crew: 250
* Aviation: Helicopter deck plus hangar for one helicopter SH-2G
* Equipment:
** SPS-40 B two-dimensional Air search Radar
** AN/SPS-67 Surface Search Radar
** SPG-53 Fire Control
* Sonar:
** SQS-26 CX bow Sonar
** SQR-18 towed Sonar Array
* C3I & EW:
** SATCOM Communication
** Combat Data Suite
** SLQ-32 Electronic Warfare Suite (V)5 active/passive Intercept
** AN/SLQ-25 Nixie
* Armament:
** 16 ASROC or 12 ASROC and 4 Harpoon SSM
** One 5 inch 54 caliber DP gun
** One 20 mm Phalanx CIWS AA gun
** Four 12.75 inch torpedo tubes
* Note: 1 additional ship is in Egyptian possession as a hulk

"Okhtenskiy" class ocean tug

* In service: 6 ships: "Al Meks", "Al Agami", "Antar", "Al Dikhila", "Al Iskandarani", "Al Kahira"
* Displacement: 950 tons
* Crew: 40


= "Oliver Hazard Perry" class frigate =

* In service: 4 ships: "Mubarak" (F911), "Taba" (F916), "Sharm El-Sheikh" (F901), "Toushka" (F906)
* Displacement: 3700 tons
* Crew: 230
* Aviation: Helicopter deck plus two hangars, normally housing two SH-2G Seasprite helicopters
* Equipment:
** AN/SPS-49(V) 4 two-dimensional Air Search Radar
** AN/SPS-55 Surface Search Radar
** Mk.13 Fire Control
** Mk.92 Missile Fire Control
** SPG-60 STIR Missile Fire Control
* Sonar:
** SQS-56 keel Sonar
** SQR-18A towed Sonar Array
* C3I & EW:
** SATCOM Communication
** Combat Data Suite
** SLQ-32 Electronic Warfare Suite(V)5 active/passive Intercept
** AN/SLQ-25 Nixie
* Armament:
** Mk.13 missile launcher with 40 missiles (mix of 32 SM-1MR Standard SAM and 8 Harpoon SSM)
** One 76 mm OTO Melara DP gun
** One 20 mm Phalanx CIWS AA gun
** two triple 12.75 inch torpedo tubes


= "Osa I" class missile boat =


="Osprey Class Coastal Mine Hunter"=

* In service: 2 ships: Osprey Class Coastal Minesweepers: Ex USS Cardinal (MHC-60) and Ex USS Raven (MHC-61)
* Crew 5 officers, 4 chief petty officers, 42 enlisted men
*Displacement:
**817 tons light
**904 tons full
*Dimensions:
**Length 187ft 10in
**Beam 34ft 7in
**Draught, Full Load 88ft
**Height 70ft
*Decks 4
**Multi-Purpose Crane 2t capacity
**Boat-Handling Crane 1t capacity
**Compartments and Spaces 110
*Performance:
**Speed Over 15kt
**Range 1,500 miles
*Weapon Systems
**Guns 2 x 0.5-calibre machine guns
*Mine countermeasures suites:
**Mine Neutralisation System AN/SLQ-48
**Minehunting Sonar AN/SQQ-32
**Mine Countermeasures Deep Sweep System SLQ-53
**Tanks 24
*Navigation, Command and Control System:
**AN/SYQ-13


= "Polnocny A" class landing ship =

* In service: 3 ships
* Displacement: 800 tons
* Crew: 40
* Capacity: 180 tons cargo
* Armament:
** One twin 30 mm AA gun
** Two 18 tube 140 mm rocket launchers
* Note: Polish built

"Ramadan" class missile boat

* In service: 6 ships: "Ramadan", "Khybar", "El Kadesseya", "El Yarmouk", "Badr", "Hetteen"
* Displacement: 312 tons
* Crew: 31
* Equipment:
** S820 Air and Surface Search Radar
** Two ST802 Fire Control Radars
** Cutlass intercept Radar
* EW:
** Cygnus Jammer
** Two Protean Chaff Dispenser
* Armament:
** Four Otomat SSM
** One 76 mm OTO Melara DP gun
** One twin 40 mm Breda AA gun


= "Romeo" class submarine =

Armament:
* In service: 4 ships: 831 , 842, 852, 858
* Displacement: 1,330 Tons Surfaced, 1,712 Tons Submerged
* Crew: 56 Officers and Sailors
*Engine:
** 2x diesel engines delivering 4000 hp (2983 kW), with two electric motors driving two propeller shafts.
* Maximum Speed:
** 17 knots surfaced
** 14 knots submerged
* Range:
** Snorkel: 7,000 nautical miles at 5 knots
** Surface: 16,000 nautical miles at 10 knots
* Operating Depth:
** Operational: 300 meters (984 feet)
** Maximum: 500 meters (1,640 feet)
* Equipment:
**Sensor Suite:
***'Snoop Plate' surface search radar
***'Stop Light' ECM system
*** Librascope system fire control
** Sonar
*** Medium frequency 'Feniks' bow sonar
*** High frequency 'Herkules' bow sonar
*** CSU-3-4 active/passive suite sonar
* Armament:
** 6 x 533mm (21 inch) torpedo tubes in bow and 2 x 533mm (21 inch) torpedo tubes in stern, with a mix of 14 NT-37F torpedoes and Harpoon SSM (Usually 10 and 4)
* Note: Chinese built version in 1980-1981, delivered to the EN in 1984 after being upgraded with American and British systems . Capable of carrying 28 mines in place of torpedo and missile armaments. (Replaced the 6 Russian Romeo class and the 6 Russian Whiskey class Submarines that were delivered between 1961 and 1969).

"Safaga" class route survey boat

* In service: 2 ships: "Safaga", "Abu El Ghosn"
* Displacement: 165 tons
* Crew: 16
* Armament: One 12.7 mm machinegun

"Shanghai II" class small patrol boat

* In service: 4 ships
* Displacement: 135 tons
* Crew: 36
* Armament:
** Two twin 37 mm AA guns
** Two twin 23 mm AA guns

"Shershen" class small patrol boat

* In service: 6 ships
* Displacement: 170 tons
* Crew: 22
* Armament: Two twin AK-230 30 mm AA guns
* Note: Original armament included rocket launchers and torpedo tubes, now removed

T-43 type patrol minesweeper

* In service: 5 ships: "Gharbeya", "Daqahleya", "Bahareya", "Sinai", "Assuit"
* Displacement: 569 tons
* Crew: 65
* Equipment: Tamir II mine location sonar
* Armament:
** Two twin 37 mm AA guns
** Four twin 12.7 mm machine guns
** Two depth-charge mortars
** Mines


= Tiger (Type 148) class missile craft =

* In service: 5 ships : Ex german P6146 Fuchs, ex P6148 Lowe, ex P6155 Alk, ex P6156 Dommel & ex P6157 Weihe
* Displacement: 265 t
* Length: 47 m
* Beam: 6.97 m
* Draft: 2.07 m
* Crew: 30
* Propulsion:
** 4 MTU MD 16V 538 TB90 turbo diesel engines, 8800kW total
** 4 propeller shafts
** Speed: convert|36|kn|km/h|0
** Range: 570 nmi at convert|30|kn|km/h|0, convert|1600|nmi|km|-1|abbr=on at convert|15|kn|km/h|0, 600 nmi at convert|24|kn|km/h|0
* Equipment:
** SMA 3RM 20 navigation radar
** Triton G surveillance radar
** CASTOR II fire-control radar
* C3I & EW
** Link 11
** Decoy and flare launcher
** Electronic countermeasures suite
* Armament:
** 1 OTO Melara 76 mm gun
** 1 Bofors 40 mm gun
** 4 MM38 Exocet launchers
** 8 naval mines
** The Bofors gun can be replaced with mine laying rails

"Toplivo II" class coastal tanker

* In service: 8 ships: "Aida 4", "Maryut", "Al Furat", "Al Nil", "Ekdu", "Atbarah", "Aida 3", "Al Manzalla"

"Vydra" class landing craft

* In service: 9 ships
* Displacement: 600 tons
* Crew: 20
* Capacity: 200 troops, 200 tons cargo
* Armament: Two twin 40 mm AA guns or two twin 37 mm AA guns
* Note: Some without armament

"Yurka" class patrol minesweeper

* In service: 3 ships: "Aswan", "Giza", "Sohag"
* Displacement: 460 tons
* Crew: 50
* Equipment: Mine location sonar
* Armament:
** Two twin 30 mm AA guns
** Ten mines


= "Z" class training destroyer =

* In service: 1 ship: "El Fateh"
* Displacement: 2575 tons
* Crew: 186
* Equipment: SNW-1 air and surface search radar
* Armament:
** Four 114 mm / 45 caliber DP guns
** One dual 40 mm AA gun
** Four 40 mm AA guns
** 4 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes
* Note: Former Royal Navy Z-class destroyer of World War II vintage.

Individual ships

A

* "Abu El Ghosn": "Safaga" route survet boat, commissioned in 1994
* "Ekdu" (214): "Toplivo II" class coastal tanker
* "Al Agami" (105): "Okhtenskiy" class ocean tug, commissioned in the 1960s.
* "Al Dekhela" (109): "Okhtenskiy" class ocean tug, commissioned in the 1960s.
* "Al Furat" (212): "Toplivo II" class coastal tanker
* "Al Gatar" (442): "Hainan" class ASW patrol boat, commissioned in 1984.
* "Al Hadi" (433): "Hainan" class ASW patrol boat, commissioned in 1983.
* "Al Iskandarani" (111): "Okhtenskiy" class ocean tug, commissioned in the 1960s.
* "Al Manzalla" (217): "Toplivo II" class coastal tanker
* "Al Meks" (103): "Okhtenskiy" class ocean tug, commissioned in the 1960s.
* "Al Nasser" (F956): "Jianghu" class frigate, commissioned in 1985.
* "Al Nil" (213): "Toplivo II" class coastal tanker
* "Al Saddam" (455): "Hainan" class ASW patrol boat, commissioned in 1984.
* "Al Salam" (448): "Hainan" class ASW patrol boat, commissioned in 1984.
* "Antar" (107): "Okhtenskiy" class ocean tug, commissioned in the 1960s.
* "Assuit" (516): T-43 type patrol minesweeper
* "Aswan" (530): "Yurka" class patrol minesweeper, commissioned in 1969.
* "Aida 3" (216): "Toplivo II" class coastal tanker
* "Aida 4" (210): "Toplivo II" class coastal tanker

B

* "Badr" (678): "Ramadan" class missile boat, commissioned in 1982.
* "Bahareya" (510): T-43 type patrol minesweeper
* "Al Burullus": "Dat Assawari" class minehunter, commissioned in 1996.

D

* "Domyat" (F961): "Knox" class frigate, former United States Navy USS "Jesse L. Brown".
* "Daqahleya" (507): T-43 type patrol minesweeper
* "Dhat Al Sawari" (542): "Dat Assawari" class minehunter, commissioned in 1995.

E

* "Aboukir" (F946): "Descubierta" class frigate, former Armada Española "Serviola".
* "El Fateh" (F921): "Z" class training frigate, former Royal Navy HMS "Zenith".
* "El Horreya": Training yacht commissioned in 1865
* "El Kadesseya" (674): "Ramadan" class missile boat, commissioned in 1982.
* "El Kousser": Training ship
* "El Suez" (F941): "Descubierta" class frigate, former Armada Española "Centinela".
* "El Yarmouk" (676): "Ramadan" class missile boat, commissioned in 1982.

G

* "Gharbeya" (501): T-43 type patrol minesweeper
* "Giza" (533): "Yurka" class patrol minesweeper, commissioned in 1969.

H

* "Hetteen" (680): "Ramadan" class missile boat, commissioned in 1982.

I

* "Intisar": Training ship

K

* "El Kahira" (113): "Okhtenskiy" class ocean tug, commissioned in the 1960s.
* "Khyber" (672): "Ramadan" class missile boat, commissioned in 1981.

M

* "Maryut" (211): "Toplivo II" class coastal tanker
* "Atbarah" (211): "Toplivo II" class coastal tanker
* "Mubarak" (F911): "Oliver Hazard Perry" class frigate, former United States Navy USS "Copeland", in service since 1996.

N

* "Najim al Zafir" (951): "Jianghu" class frigate, commissioned in 1984.
* "Navarine": "Dat Assawari" class minehunter, commissioned in 1995.

R

* "Ramadan" (670): "Ramadan" class missile boat, commissioned in 1981.
* "Rasheed" (966): "Knox" class frigate, former United States Navy USS "Moinester".

S

* "Safaga": "Safaga" route survet boat, commissioned in 1994
* "Sharm El-Sheikh" (F901): "Oliver Hazard Perry" class frigate, former United States Navy USS "Fahrion", in service since 1998.
* "Sinai" (513): T-43 type patrol minesweeper
* "Sohag" (539): "Yurka" class patrol minesweeper, commissioned in 1969.

T

* "Taba" (F916): "Oliver Hazard Perry" class frigate, former United States Navy USS "Gallery", in service since 1996.
* "Tariq" (931): "Black Swan" class training frigate, former Royal Navy HMS "Whimbrel".
* "Toushka" (F906): "Oliver Hazard Perry" class frigate, former United States Navy USS "Lewis B. Puller", in service since 1998.

Pennant numbers

* 103: "Al Meks"
* 105: "Al Agami"
* 107: "Antar"
* 109: "Al Dikhila"
* 111: "Al Iskandarani"
* 113: "Kalir"
* 210: "Ayeda 4"
* 211: "Maryut"
* 212: "Al Furat"
* 213: "Al Nil"
* 214: "Akdu"
* 215: "Maryut Atbarah"
* 216: "Ayeda 3"
* 217: "Maryut"
* 301: Unnamed "Polnocny A" class utility landing craft
* 303: Unnamed "Polnocny A" class utility landing craft
* 305: Unnamed "Polnocny A" class utility landing craft
* 330: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 332: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 334: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 336: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 338: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 340: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 342: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 344: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 346: Unnamed "Vydra" class utility landing craft
* 433: "Al Hadi"
* 442: "Al Gatar"
* 448: "Al Salam"
* 455: "Al Saddam"
* 501: "Gharbiya"
* 507: "Daqahliya"
* 510: "Bahariya"
* 513: "Sinai"
* 516: "Assuit"
* 530: "Aswan"
* 533: "Giza"
* 539: "Sohag"
* 542: "Dat Assawari"
* 609: Unnamed "Houko" class missile boat
* 611: Unnamed "Houko" class missile boat
* 613: Unnamed "Houko" class missile boat
* 615: Unnamed "Houko" class missile boat
* 617: Unnamed "Houko" class missile boat
* 619: Unnamed "Houko" class missile boat
* 633: Unnamed "Osa I" class missile boat
* 637: Unnamed "Osa I" class missile boat
* 641: Unnamed "Osa I" class missile boat
* 643: Unnamed "Osa I" class missile boat
* 670: "Ramadan"
* 672: "Khyber"
* 674: "El Kadesseya"
* 676: "El Yarmouk"
* 678: "Badr"
* 680: "Hettein"
* 751: Unnamed "Shershen" class patrol boat
* 753: Unnamed "Shershen" class patrol boat
* 755: Unnamed "Shershen" class patrol boat
* 757: Unnamed "Shershen" class patrol boat
* 759: Unnamed "Shershen" class patrol boat
* 761: Unnamed "Shershen" class patrol boat
* 785: Unnamed "6 October" class missile boat
* 787: Unnamed "6 October" class missile boat
* 789: Unnamed "6 October" class missile boat
* 791: Unnamed "6 October" class missile boat
* 793: Unnamed "Shanghai II" class patrol boat
* 795: Unnamed "Shanghai II" class patrol boat
* 797: Unnamed "Shanghai II" class patrol boat
* 799: Unnamed "Shanghai II" class patrol boat
* 831: Unnamed "Romeo" class submarine
* 842: Unnamed "Romeo" class submarine
* 852: Unnamed "Romeo" class submarine
* 858: Unnamed "Romeo" class submarine
* F901: "Sharm El-Sheikh"
* F906: "Toushka"
* F911: "Mubarak"
* F916: "Taba"
* 931: "Tariq"
* 941: "El Suez"
* 946: "Aboukir"
* 961: "Domyat"
* 966: "Rasheed"


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