List of active Indonesian Navy ships

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All the Indonesian Navy Vessels are named with the KRI Initial. KRI (Kapal Perang Republik Indonesia) means Navy Vessel Of The Republic Of Indonesia. The class are often named after the lead ships.

Naval Jack of Indonesia

The navy includes Frigates, Corvettes, Submarines, Fast Attack Craft, Minesweepers, Landing Transport Ships, Support Vessels and Training Ships.

Contents

Main Indonesian Navy ships[edit]

Submarines[edit]

Class Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Service years Previously Note Namesake
Submarines (2 in service + 3 under construction)
Improved Chang Bogo
(Type 209/1400)
[2]
KRI  Republic of Korea  ? to be delivered between 2016 and 2018[3]
Improved Chang Bogo
(Type 209/1400)
KRI  Republic of Korea  ? to be delivered between 2016 and 2018[3]
Improved Chang Bogo
(Type 209/1400)
KRI  Republic of Korea
 Indonesia
 ? to be delivered between 2016 and 2018[3] One of the three Chang Bogo submarines will be constructed in PT PAL, the Indonesian national shipbuilder company.
Cakra class KRI Cakra  Germany 401 1981–Present Refurbishment has been already finished before KRI Nanggala go for refurbishment. Cakra, Krishna's special weapon in the Javanese version of the Mahabharata
Cakra class KRI Nanggala  Germany 402 1981–Present Refurbishment about strengthening structures and steel sheets, modernization of underwater weapons and sonar has been already finished in early 2012)[4] Nanggala, Baladeva's special weapons from Javanese weapon in the Javanese version of the Mahabharata

Training[edit]

Class Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Service years Previously Note
Training
Schooner KRI Arung Samudera  New Zealand 1991–Present Adventurer Used in tall ship races and events around the world
Barquentine KRI Dewaruci  Germany 1953–Present Used in tall ship races and events around the world, also for Navy Cadet's Training Ship
Ki Hajar Dewantara Class (FFGH/FFT) KRI Ki Hajar Dewantara  Yugoslavia 364 1981–Present[5] Custom-built training frigate[6]

Frigates[edit]

Class Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Service years Previously Note and Armament
Frigates (6 in service + 2 under construction)
Ahmad Yani Class (FFGHM) KRI Ahmad Yani  Netherlands 351 1986–Present RNN HNLMS Tjerk Hiddes(F804) Reportedly still active as of 2009. Armed with:
Ahmad Yani Class (FFGHM) KRI Slamet Riyadi  Netherlands 352 1986–Present RNN HNLMS Van Speijk(F802) Reportedly still active as of 2009. Armed with:
Ahmad Yani Class (FFGHM) KRI Yos Sudarso  Netherlands 353 1987–Present RNN HNLMS Van Galen (F803) Reportedly still active as of 2009. Armed with:
Ahmad Yani Class (FFGHM) KRI Oswald Siahaan  Netherlands 354 1987–Present RNN HNLMS Van Nes (F805) Reportedly still active as of 2012. Armed with:
Ahmad Yani Class (FFGHM) KRI Halim Perdanakususma  Netherlands 355 1989–Present RNN HNLMS Evertsen (F815) Reportedly still active as of 2009. Armed with:
Ahmad Yani Class (FFGHM) KRI Karel Satsuitubun  Netherlands 356 1989–Present RNN HNLMS Isaac Sweers (F814) Reportedly still active as of 2009. Armed with:
SIGMA 10514[7][8]  Netherlands operational by 2017[8] under construction[9][10][11]

Armament:

SIGMA 10514[7][8]  Netherlands Unknown A second unit was ordered in February 2013.[12]

Armament:

Corvettes[edit]

Class Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Service years Previously Note Namesake and Armament
Corvettes (10 in service)
Bung Tomo class corvette[13][14] KRI Bung Tomo[15]  United Kingdom 357 Expected 2014 KDB Jerambak (30) Indonesian National Hero Sutomo (famously known as Bung Tomo), former Minister of Labor and Transmigration, and renowned leader during the Battle of Surabaya

Armament:

Bung Tomo class corvette[13][16] KRI John Lie  United Kingdom 358 Expected 2014 KDB Nakhoda Ragam (28) Rear Admiral (ret.) Jahja Daniel Dharma (also known as John Lie) was a Chinese-Indonesian who actively smuggled local commodity to financing Indonesian War of Independence, and one of Indonesian Navy leader during offensive against Permesta

Armament:

Bung Tomo class corvette[13][17] KRI Usman-Harun  United Kingdom 359 Expected 2014 KDB Bendahara Sakam (29) Marine Corps' Second Sergeant (Posthumous) Usman Janatin and Corporal (Posthumous) Harun Thohir, heroes from Indonesia-Malaysia confrontation era

Armament:

Diponegoro Class (FFG/FFGH) KRI Diponegoro  Netherlands 365 2007–Present [18][19][20] Indonesian National Hero, Pangeran Diponegoro from Java, fought Dutch Colonialism in Diponegoro War, 1825–1830. Armed with:
Diponegoro Class (FFG/FFGH) KRI Sultan Hasanuddin  Netherlands 366 2008–Present Indonesian National Hero, Sultan Hasanuddin from Makassar, South Sulawesi. Armed with:
Diponegoro Class (FFG/FFGH) KRI Sultan Iskandar Muda  Netherlands 367 2008–Present Indonesian National Hero, Sultan Iskandar Muda from Aceh. Armed with:
Diponegoro Class (FFG/FFGH) KRI Frans Kaisiepo  Netherlands 368 2009–Present Delivered and commissioned on March, 2009[21][22] Indonesian National Hero Frans Kaisiepo from Papua. Armed with:
Fatahillah Class (FFG/FFGH) KRI Fatahillah  Netherlands 361 1977–Present Still active, used in the SAR efforts to find Adam Air flight 574.[23][24] A naval hero, Prince Fatahillah (a.k.a. Faletehan) from Batavia (now Jakarta) Armed with:
  • 1 x Bofors 120mm
  • 1 x Bofors 40mm
  • 4 x Exocet MM 38 SSM (the missile might be remove due to obsolete)
  • 1 x Limbo anti-submarine mortars
  • 2 x triple torpedo launcher (none on KRI Nala 363)
Fatahillah Class (FFG/FFGH) KRI Malahayati  Netherlands 362 1978–Present A famous female admiral from Aceh, Laksamana Malahayati Armed with:
  • 1 x Bofors 120mm
  • 1 x Bofors 40mm
  • 4 x Exocet MM 38 SSM (the missile might be remove due to obsolete)
  • 1 x Limbo anti-submarine mortars
  • 2 x triple torpedo launcher (none on KRI Nala 363)
Fatahillah class (FFG/FFGH) KRI Nala  Netherlands 363 1978–Present Used in the SAR efforts to find Adam Air Flight 574 An admiral from Majapahit Empire, Laksamana Nala, who helped Mahapatih Gadjah Mada unified the nations. Armed with:

ASW Corvettes[edit]

Class Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Service years Previously Note Namesake and Armament
ASW Corvettes (16 in service)
Kapitan Pattimura Class (FS) KRI Kapitan Pattimura  Germany 371 1992–Present GDR Prenzlau (231) Indonesian National Hero, Kapitan Pattimura from the Moluccas. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Untung Suropati  Germany 372 1992–Present GDR Ribnitz (233) Indonesian National Hero, Untung Suropati from Java. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Nuku  Germany 373 1992–Present GDR Waren (224) Indonesian National Hero, Sultan Nuku from Moluccas. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Lambung Mangkurat  Germany 374 1992–Present GDR Angermünde (214) Indonesian National Hero, Sultan Lambung Mangkurat from Kalimantan. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Cut Nyak Dien  Germany 375 1992–Present GDR Lübz (221) Indonesian female National Hero, Cut Nyak Dien from Aceh. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Sultan Thaha Syaifudin  Germany 376 1992–Present GDR Bad Doberan (222) Indonesian National Hero, Sultan Thaha Syaifuddin from Jambi. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Sutanto  Germany 377 1992–Present GDR Wismar (241) Indonesian Naval Officer, Sutanto Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Sutedi Senoputra  Germany 378 1992–Present GDR Parchim (242) Indonesian Naval Officer, Sutedi Senoputra Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Wiratno  Germany 379 1992–Present GDR Perleberg (243) Indonesian Naval Hero, Captain Wiratno, killed in Battle of Aru Sea, along with Yos Sudarso. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Memet Sastrawiria  Germany 380 1992–Present GDR Bützow (244) Indonesian Naval Hero, Lieutenant Memet Sastrawiria, killed in Battle of Aru Sea. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Tjiptadi  Germany 381 1992–Present GDR Bergen (213) Indonesian Naval Officer, Tjiptadi Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Hasan Basri  Germany 382 1992–Present GDR Güstrow (223) Indonesian Naval Officer, Rear Admiral Hasan Basri Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Imam Bonjol  Germany 383 1992–Present GDR Teterow (234) Indonesian National Hero, Tuanku Imam Bonjol from West Sumatera. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Pati Unus  Germany 384 1992–Present GDR ship Ludwiglust (232) Indonesian National Hero, Pati Unus from Java. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Teuku Umar  Germany 385 1992–Present GDR ship Grevesmühlen (212) Indonesian National Hero, Teuku Umar from Aceh. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) KRI Silas Papare  Germany 386 1992–Present GDR ship Gadebusch (211) Indonesian National Hero, Silas Papare from Papua. Armed with:
  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges

Fast Missile Boat (Mandau Class)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers Note Namesake
KRI Mandau  Republic of Korea 621 Mandau, the traditional weapon of the Dayak people of Borneo.
KRI Rencong  Republic of Korea 622 Rencong, a traditional weapon from Aceh, Indonesia.
KRI Badik  Republic of Korea 623 Badik, a knife or dagger used by the Bugis and Makassar people of southern Sulawesi, Indonesia.
KRI Keris  Republic of Korea 624 Keris, a Javanese asymmetrical dagger most strongly associated with the culture of Indonesia or Javanese culture.

Fast Missile Boat (Todak Class)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers Note Namesake
KRI Todak  Indonesia 803 Todak (swordfish), also known as broadbills in some countries, a name of sea fish family Xiphiidae
KRI Hiu  Indonesia 804 Hiu (shark), a name of sea fish superorder Selachimorpha
KRI Layang  Indonesia 805 Layang (mackerel scads), a name of sea fish family Carangidae
KRI Lemadang  Indonesia 806 Lemadang (mahi-mahi), a name of sea fish family Coryphaenidae

Fast Missile Boat (Pandrong Class)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers Note Namesake
KRI Pandrong  Indonesia 801
KRI Sura  Indonesia 802 Sura (shark in Javanese language), a name of sea fish superorder Selachimorpha

Kapal Cepat Rudal - KCR-40s[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers Note Namesake
KRI Clurit  Indonesia 641 fitted for but not with 2 × C-705 Anti-ship missiles Clurit, the traditional weapon like sickle of Madurese people of Indonesia
KRI Kujang  Indonesia 642 fitted for but not with 2 × C-705 Anti-ship missiles Kujang, a blade weapon native to the Sundanese people of West Java, Indonesia
KRI Beladau  Indonesia 643 fitted for but not with 2 × C-705 Anti-ship missiles Beladau, the traditional knife from Sumatera
KRI Alamang  Indonesia 644 fitted for but not with 2 × C-705 Anti-ship missiles Alamang a traditional sword from Indonesia

Kapal Cepat Rudal - KCR-60s[25][26][27][edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers Note Namesake
KRI Sampari[28][29]  Indonesia 628[30]
KRI Hayat[31]  Indonesia 629 under construction
KRI[32]  Indonesia 000 under construction

Gunboat/Fast attack craft gun[edit]

Andau Class[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Note Namesake
Patrol
KRI Andau  Indonesia 650 Andau (Wild Bull), a name of jungle animal
KRI Singa  Indonesia 651 Singa (Lion), a name of jungle animal family Felidae
KRI Tongkak  Indonesia 652 Tongkak, a name of jungle animal
KRI Ajak  Indonesia 653 Ajak (Ajax), a name of jungle animal

Kakap Class[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Note Namesake
Patrol
KRI Kakap  Indonesia 811 Kakap (Snappers), a name of sea fish family Lutjanidae
KRI Kerapu  Indonesia 812 Kerapu (Groupers), a name of sea fish family Serranidae
KRI Tongkol  Indonesia 813 Tongkol (Tuna), a name of sea fish family Scombridae
KRI Barakuda  Indonesia 814 Barakuda (Barracuda), a name of sea fish family Sphyraenidae

Boa Class[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Note Namesake
Patrol
KRI Boa  Indonesia 807 Boa (Boa constictor), a name of big snake family Boidae
KRI Welang  Indonesia 808 Welang (Banded krait), a name of stripped skin snake family Elapidae
KRI Suluh Pari  Indonesia 809 Suluh pari, a name of snake
KRI Katon  Indonesia 810 Katon, a name of snake
KRI Sanca  Indonesia 815 Sanca (Asiatic reticulated python), a name of big-and-reticulated-skin-snake family Pythonidae
KRI Warakas  Indonesia 816 Warakas, a name of snake and kind of fern in Javanese
KRI Panana  Indonesia 817 Panana (Blue-tongued skink), a name of wild lizard which have blue tongue family Scincidae
KRI Kalakae  Indonesia 818 Kalakae, a name of snake
KRI Tedong Naga  Indonesia 819 Tedong Naga, a name of snake
KRI Kobra  Indonesia 867 Kobra (Cobra), a name of venomous snake family Elapidae
KRI Anakonda  Indonesia 868 Anakonda (Anaconda), a name of big snake family Boidae
KRI Patola  Indonesia 869 Patola (Green tree python), a name of green big snake family Pythonidae
KRI Taliwangsa  Indonesia 870 Taliwangsa (Mangrove snake), a name of stripped skin snake family Colubridae

Sibarau/Attack class[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Namesake
KRI Sibarau Australia 847 HMAS Bandolier (P 95)
KRI Siliman Australia 848 HMAS Archer (P 86)
KRI Sigalu Australia 857 HMAS Barricade (P 98)
KRI Silea Australia 858 HMAS Acute (P 81)
KRI Siribua Australia 859 HMAS Bombard (P 99)
KRI Sikuda Australia 863 HMAS Attack (P 90)
KRI Sigurot Australia 864 HMAS Assail (P 89)
KRI Tenggiri Australia 865 HMAS Ardent (P 87) Tenggiri (King mackerel), a name of sea fish

PC-40[33][edit]

Ship Name Hull Numbers[1] Namesake
KRI Viper 820 Viper, a name of snake family Viperidae
KRI Piton 821 Piton (Python), a name of big snake family Pythonidae
KRI Weling 822 Weling (Blue krait), a name of stripped skin snake family Elapidae
KRI Matacora 823
KRI Tedung Selar 824 Tedung Selar (King cobra), a name of longest venomous snake family Elapidae
KRI Boiga 825 Boiga (Brown tree snake), a name of snake family Colubridae
KRI Krait 827 Krait, a name of snake family Elapidae
KRI Tarihu 829 Tarihu (White-lipped pitviper in Dompu language), a name of snake family Viperidae
KRI Alkura 830 Alkura, a name of venomous snake in Ternate, Maluku
KRI Birang 831 Birang (Striped kukri snake), a name of snake family Colubridae
KRI Mulga 832 Mulga, a name of a member of the black snake family Elapidae

PC-43[34][35][edit]

Ship Name Hull Numbers[1] Namesake
KRI Pari[36][37] 849 Pari (ray), a name of sea fish superorder Batoidea
KRI Sembilang 850 Sembilang, (eeltail catfish), a name of fresh water fish family Plotosidae

Patrol craft (PB)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Namesake
KRI Cucut Singapore 866 RSS Jupiter Cucut (Shark in Javanese), a name of sea fish

FPB-43[edit]

Ship Name Hull Numbers[1] Namesake
KRI[38] . .,

Minesweepers[edit]

T-43 (Project 244) class (MSO)[edit]

Ship Name Hull Numbers[1] Namesake
KRI Pulau Rani 701 Pulau Rani (Rani island), a name of island in Aruri archipelago, Supiori regency, Papua province

Pulau Rengat (Tripartite) class (MHSC)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Namesake
KRI Pulau Rengat Netherland 711 M864 Willemstad Pulau Rengat (Rengat island), an island in the Strait of Malacca, Riau province
KRI Pulau Rupat Netherland 712 M863 Vlaardingen Pulau Rupat (Rupat island), an island in the Strait of Malacca, Riau province

Kondor II (Project 89 Kondor Minesweeper) class (MSC)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Namesake
KRI Pulau Rote Germany 721 GDR Wolgast (811) Pulau Rote (Rote island), an island in East Nusa Tenggara (Nusa Tenggara Timur) province
KRI Pulau Raas Germany 722 GDR Hettstedt (353) Pulau Raas (Raas island), an island in the archipelago east of Madura island, East Java province
KRI Pulau Romang Germany 723 GDR Pritzwalk (325) Pulau Romang (Romang island), an island in Southwest Maluku (Maluku Barat Daya) regency, Maluku province
KRI Pulau Rimau Germany 724 GDR Bitterfeld (332) Pulau Rimau (Rimau island), an island in Banyuasin Regency, South Sumatera province
KRI Pulau Rondo, now become KRI Kelabang Germany 725, now become 826 GDR Zerbst (335)
  • Former name : Pulau Rondo (Rondo island), an island in Sabang, Aceh province. This island is located off the northern tip of Indonesia
  • Proper name : Kelabang (Centipede), a name of insect class Chilopoda
KRI Pulau Rusa Germany 726 GDR Oranienburg (341) Pulau Rusa (Rusa island, lit. meaning island of deer), an island in Aceh Besar regency, Aceh province.
KRI Pulau Rangsang Germany 727 GDR Jüterbog (342) Pulau Rangsang (Rangsang island), an island in the Meranti archipelago, Riau province.
KRI Pulau Raibu, now become KRI Kala Hitam Germany 728, now become 828 GDR Sömmerda (311)
  • Former name : Pulau Raibu (Raibu island), an island in Riau Islands province
  • Proper name : Kala Hitam (Black scorpion), a name of insect class Arachnida
KRI Pulau Rempang Germany 729 GDR Grimma (336) Pulau Rempang (Rempang island), an island in Batam municipality, Riau Islands province.

Amphibious Forces[edit]

Multirole vessel/ Landing Platform Dock (LPD)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Namesake
KRI Makassar  Indonesia 590 Makassar, the provincial capital of South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
KRI Surabaya  Indonesia 591 Surabaya, the provincial capital of East Java, Indonesia.
KRI Banjarmasin  Indonesia 592 Banjarmasin, the provincial capital of South Kalimantan, Indonesia.
KRI Banda Aceh  Indonesia 593 Banda Aceh, the provincial capital of Aceh, Indonesia.

LST 117 meter classes (LST)[39][40][41][edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Namesake
KRI  Indonesia 000 - -
KRI  Indonesia 000 - -
KRI[42][43]  Indonesia 000 - -

LST 1-511 and 512-1152 classes (LST)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Namesake
KRI Teluk Bayur  United States 502 USS LST 616 Teluk Bayur (Bayur Bay), a name of bay and seaport in West Sumatera province
KRI Teluk Amboina 503 Teluk Amboina (Amboina Bay), a name of bay Maluku province
KRI Teluk Ratai  United States 509 LST 678, USS Presque Isle (APB-44) Teluk Ratai (Ratai Bay), a name of bay in Lampung province
KRI Teluk Bone  United States 511 USS Iredell County (LST-839) Teluk Bone (Bone Bay), a name of bay in South Sulawesi province

Tacoma type (LSTH)[edit]

Ship Name Hull Numbers[1] Namesake
KRI Teluk Penyu 513 Teluk Penyu (Penyu Bay, lit. meaning "bay of sea turtle"), name of the bay located in Cilacap, Central Java
KRI Teluk Mandar 514 Teluk Mandar (Mandar Bay), name of the bay located in Polewali Mandar, West Sulawesi
KRI Teluk Sampit 515 Teluk Sampit, name of the subdistrict located in East Kotawaringin (Kotawaringin Timur) regency, Central Kalimantan
KRI Teluk Banten 516 Teluk Banten (Banten Bay), name of the bay located in Banten province, near the northwest tip of Java
KRI Teluk Ende 517 Teluk Ende (Ende Bay), name of the bay located in Maluku archipelago

Frosch I Class (Type 108) (LSM)[edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers[1] Previously Namesake
KRI Teluk Gilimanuk  Germany 531 GDR Hoyerswerda (611) Teluk Gilimanuk (Gilimanuk Bay), a name of bay in Bali province
KRI Teluk Celukan Bawang  Germany 532 GDR Hagenow (632) Teluk Celukan Bawang (Celukan Bawang Bay), a name of bay in Bali province
KRI Teluk Cendrawasih  Germany 533 GDR Frankfurt/Oder (613) Teluk Cendrawasih (Cendrawasih Bay, lit. meaning bay of paradise bird), a name of bay in Manokwari regency, West Papua (Papua Barat) province
KRI Teluk Peleng  Germany 535 GDR Lübben (631) Teluk Peleng (Peleng Bay), a name of bay in Banggai archipelago, Central Sulawesi province
KRI Teluk Sibolga  Germany 536 GDR Schwerin (612) Teluk Sibolga (Sibolga Bay), a name of bay in North Sumatera province
KRI Teluk Manado  Germany 537 GDR Neubrandenburg (633) Teluk Manado (Manado Bay), a name of bay in North Sulawesi province
KRI Teluk Hading  Germany 538 GDR Cottbus (614) Teluk Hading (Hading Bay), a name of bay in East Nusa Tenggara (Nusa Tenggara Timur) province
KRI Teluk Parigi  Germany 539 GDR Anklam (635) Teluk Parigi (Parigi Bay), a name of bay in Pangandaran subdistrict, Ciamis regency, West Java province
KRI Teluk Lampung  Germany 540 GDR Schwedt (636) Teluk Lampung (Lampung Bay), a name of bay in Lampung province
KRI Teluk Jakarta  Germany 541 GDR Eisenhüttenstadt (615) Teluk Jakarta (Jakarta Bay), a name of bay in Jakarta province
KRI Teluk Sangkulirang  Germany 542 GDR Grimmen (616) Teluk Sangkulirang (Sangkulirang Bay), a name of bay in Pasir regency, east Kalimantan province

LCUs[edit]

  • 580 KRI Dore
  • 582 KRI Kupang
  • 583 KRI Dili
  • 584 KRI Nusa Utara
  • plus approximately 50 smaller vessels

Trimaran Class 63m [44][45][edit]

Ship Name Origin Hull Numbers Note Namesake
KRI Klewang  Indonesia 625 The new 63 metre long vessel for the Navy and are amongst the most advanced stealth warship. Built from full carbon fiber composite materials, utilizing the vacuum infusion process and vinyl ester resin. This was the result of an intensive Research and Development program conducted by PT Lundin Industry Invest (North Sea Boats) and TNI-AL that commenced in 2007. The Indonesian Navy order four ships and the first ship of the class, named KRI Klewang 625 was launched on 31 August 2012, which was to be equipped with several C-705 AShM launchers. However, on 28 September 2012, it sank after it caught fire at noon at Banyuwangi Naval Base, causing the total destruction of the new vessel.[46] The cause still remains unknown.[47] Klewang, a traditional single-edged sword from Aceh

Support Vessels[edit]

Frosch II Class (Type 109) (AKL/ARL)[edit]

  • 543 KRI Teluk Cirebon (ex-E171, GDR vessel Nordperd)
  • 544 KRI Teluk Sabang (ex-E172, GDR vessel Südperd)

Command ship (AGFH)[edit]

Fleet Tugs (ATF)[edit]

  • 922 KRI Rakata (ex-USS Menominee (ATF-73))
  • 923 KRI Soputan (Ocean Cruiser class)
  • 924 KRI Leuser

Hecla Class (AGSH)[edit]

Support Ships (AKL)[edit]

  • 952 KRI Nusa Telu
  • 959 KRI Teluk Mentawai (Telaud/Tisza class)
  • 960 KRI Karimata (Telaud/Tisza class)
  • 961 KRI Wagio (Telaud/Tisza class)

Troop Transport Ship (AP)[edit]

  • 972 KRI Tanjung Oisina (ex-MV Princess Irene)
  • 973 KRI Tanjung Nusanive (ex-KM Kambuna)
  • 974 KRI Tanjung Fatagar (ex-KM Rinjani)
  • 981 KRI Karang Pilang (grant from Transportation Ministry)[48][49]
  • 982 KRI Karang Tekok (grant from Transportation Ministry, ex-KFC Mahakam)
  • 983 KRI Karang Banteng (grant from Transportation Ministry)

Hospital Ship (AH)[edit]

Replenishment ship[edit]

Khobi Class coastal tanker (AOTL)[edit]

  • 901 KRI Balikpapan
  • 902 KRI Sambu

Rover class tanker (AORLH)[edit]

Small oiler[edit]

  • 906 KRI Sungai Gerong

Replenishment tanker (AOTL)[edit]

  • 911 KRI Sorong

Replenishment tanker 122 meter[edit]

Replenishment tanker 95 meter[edit]

Naval Weapon Systems[edit]

Name Origin Type Version Used by Notes
Naval artillery
Oto Melara 76/62 Compact Gun  Italy dual-purpose naval gun 76/62 Compact Sigma class corvette
Ahmad Yani class frigate
Bung Tomo Class Corvette
Bofors SAK 57/70  Sweden dual-purpose naval gun Bofors SAK 57mm Singa class
Pandrong Class
Todak Class
AK-725  Russia dual-purpose naval gun 57 mm Parchim-class corvette
GIAT M693/F2  South Africa Close-in weapon system (CIWS) GIAT M693/F2 Sigma class corvette
Clurit Class
Oerlikon Millennium 35mm Naval Gun   Switzerland Close-in weapon system (CIWS) Oerlikon Millennium 35mm Naval Gun Sigma 10514
Anti-ship missiles
Yakhont  Russia supersonic anti-ship missile (AShM) Yakhont Ahmad Yani class frigate
MBDA Exocet  France anti-ship missile (AShM) MM40 Block 2 Sigma class corvette, Fatahillah Class, Hajar Dewantara Class
Bung Tomo Class Corvette, SIGMA 10514 Frigate
C-802  China anti-ship missile (AShM) C-802 Ahmad Yani class frigate
C-705  China anti-ship missile (AShM) C-705 Clurit Class, Trimaran Class 63m
Surface-to-air missile
MBDA Mistral  France surface-to-air missile (SAM) MBDA Mistral Simbad
MBDA Mistral TETRAL
Sigma-class corvette
Ahmad Yani class frigate
MBDA MICA  France surface-to-air missile (SAM) MBDA VL MICA-M SIGMA 10514
Bung Tomo Class Corvette
Torpedoes
SUT Torpedo  Germany 533 mm heavyweight torpedo SUT Torpedo Type 209 submarine

Notes[edit]

BRN: British Royal Navy
USN: United States Navy
RNN: Royal Netherlands Navy
GDR: German Democratic Republic Navy (Volksmarine)
RFA: Royal Fleet Auxiliary

Future[edit]

20 December 2011, the Indonesian Defense Ministry and Daewoo Shipbuilding Marine Engineering (DSME) signed the contract 3 submarines worth $1.07b. two submarines will be built in South Korea in cooperation with state-owned shipbuilder PT PAL, while the third submarine will be built at PT PAL’s facilities in Surabaya. Deliveries will be in 2015 and 2016. The submarines are to satisfy a partial requirement of as the 2024 Defense Strategic Plan 10 to 14 submarines as the minimum essential force.[53]

Surface Combatants[edit]

Ahmad Yani class[edit]

Ahmad Yani class frigate KRI Karel Satsuitubun

The Van Speijk class frigate were built for the Royal Netherlands Navy in the 1960s. They were versions of the British Leander class frigates with Dutch radars. The British design was chosen in order to enable rapid construction in order to replace elderly destroyer escorts and take up part of the NATO patrol duties of the decommissioned anti-submarine warfare carrier Karel Doorman. The ships were modernised in the late 1970s. All six ships were sold to the Indonesian Navy in 1986-89 and are still in service (as of 2014) as the Ahmad Yani class frigates.

Size Performance Armament Other features
Displacement:
2,200 tons standard, 2,850 tons full load
Length:
113.4 metres (372 ft)
Complement:
180
Maximum speed:
24 knots (44 km/h; 28 mph)
Range:
4,500 nautical miles (8,300 km; 5,200 mi) at 12 knots
1 x - OTO-Melara 76mm gun
2 x twin Simbad Launcher for Mistral SAM's
4 x - SS-N-26 SSM (On at least one ship)
4 x - C-802 SSM (On five ships)
2 x 3 - Mk 32 anti submarine torpedo tubes
Aviation:
1 x NBO-105C
Radar:
LW-03, DA-02, M45, M44
Sonar:
Types 170B, 162
No. Name Commissioned Notes
FFGHM 351 KRI Ahmad Yani 1986
FFGHM 352 KRI Slamet Riyadi 1986
FFGHM 353 KRI Yos Sudarso 1987
FFGHM 354 KRI Oswald Siahaan 1987
FFGHM 355 KRI Halim Perdanakususma 1989
FFGHM 356 KRI Karel Satsuitubun 1989

Diponegoro class[edit]

Main article: Sigma-class corvette
Diponegoro class frigate lead ship

The Diponegoro class is the Indonesian variant of the SIGMA class ocean-going frigate/corvette design. It uses a modular hull construction where the order and number of hull segments can vary from class to class.

Size Performance Armament Other features
Displacement:
1,692 tons
Length:
varies, from 93 metres (305 ft) to 105 metres (344 ft)
Complement:
20, up to 80
Maximum speed:
28 knots (52 km/h; 32 mph)
Range:
3,600 nautical miles (6,700 km; 4,100 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph),
4,800 nautical miles (8,900 km; 5,500 mi) at 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph)
Guns: 1 x Oto Melara 76 mm (A position)

2 x 20 mm Denel Vektor G12 (Licensed copy of GIAT M693/F2) (B position)
Anti-air missile: 2 x quad (8) MBDA Mistral TETRAL, forward & aft
Anti-surface missile: 4 x MBDA Exocet MM40 Block II
Torpedoes: 2 x triple B515 launchers for EuroTorp 3A 244S Mode II/MU 90

Aviation:
Landing pad, optional hangar
Radar:
MW08 3D multibeam surveillance radar
Sonar:
Thales UMS 4132 Kingklip
No. Name Commissioned Notes
FFG 365 KRI Diponegoro 2007
FFG 366 KRI Sultan Hasanuddin 2008
FFG 367 KRI Sultan Iskandar Muda 2008
FFG 368 KRI Frans Kaisiepo 2009

Submarines[edit]

Cakra class[edit]

Main article: Type 209 submarine
Chang Bogo, Similar sub of the same class

The Type 209 is a class of diesel-electric attack submarine developed exclusively for export by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft of Germany. The original variant (Type 209/1100) was designed in the late 1960s. Despite not being operated by the German Navy, five variants of the class (209/1100, 209/1200, 209/1300, 209/1400 and 209/1500) have been successfully exported to 13 countries, with 61 submarines being built and commissioned between 1971 and 2008.

Size Performance Armament Other features
Displacement:
1,810 tonnes (1,780 long tons) submerged
Length: 64.4 metres (211 ft)
Complement: 36
Submerged speed:
22.5 knots (41.7 km/h; 25.9 mph)
Surfaced speed:
11.5 knots (21.3 km/h; 13.2 mph)
Surfaced range:
11,000 nautical miles (20,000 km; 13,000 mi)
Submerged range:
400 nautical miles (740 km; 460 mi)
8 x 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes,
14 torpedoes;
No. Name Commissioned Notes
SSG 401 Cakra 1981
SSG 402 Nanggala 1981

Amphibious Warfare[edit]

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement Note
Amphibious warfare ships (5 in Service)
Makassar class LPDs Kri makassar-590.PNG Amphibious transport dock (LPD) KRI Makassar (590)
KRI Surabaya (591)
KRI Banjarmasin (592)
KRI Banda Aceh (593)
11,394 tonnes
Tanjung Dalpele class Kri makassar-590.PNG Amphibious transport dock (LPD) KRI Dr. Soeharso (990) 16,000 tonnes The role for this ship has changed to a Hospital Ship, and the ship was renamed as KRI Dr Soeharso with pennant number 990 on the 1 August 2007

Support[edit]

Replenishment[edit]

Surface fleet[edit]

Amphibious warfare ships[edit]

Corvettes[edit]

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement Note
Corvettes (7 in Service)
Fatahillah Class KRI Fatahillah.jpg Corvette KRI Fatahillah (361)
KRI Malahayati (362)
KRI Nala (363)
1,450 tonnes

Armament:

  • 1 x Bofors 120mm
  • 1 x Bofors 40mm
  • 4 x Exocet MM 38 SSM (the missile might be remove due to obsolete)
  • 1 x Limbo anti-submarine mortars
  • 2 x triple torpedo launcher (none on KRI Nala 363)

ASW Corvettes[edit]

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement Note
ASW Corvettes (16 in Service)
Kapitan Patimura Class (FS) CutNyakDien.jpg Corvette KRI Kapitan Pattimura (371)
KRI Untung Suropati(372)
KRI Nuku (373)
KRI Lambung Mangkurat (374)
KRI Cut Nyak Dien (375)
KRI Sultan Thaha Syaifudin (376)
KRI Sutanto (377)
KRI Sutedi Senoputra (378)
KRI Wiratno (379)
KRI Memet Sastrawiria (380)
KRI Tjiptadi (381)
KRI Hasan Basri (382)
KRI Imam Bonjol (383)
KRI Pati Unus (384)
KRI Teuku Umar (385)
KRI Silas Papare (386)
950 tonnes

Armament:

  • 1 twin 57 mm gun AK-725
  • 1 twin 30 mm gun AK-230
  • 2 RBU-6000
  • 2 SA-N-5 MANPAD SAM (on some ship)
  • 4 400 mm torpedo tubes/2 triple torpedo launcher (on some ship)
  • 12 depth charges

Mine countermeasure vessels[edit]

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement Note
Mine countermeasure vessels (12 in Service)
T43 Class ORP Dzik projektu 254M.jpg Mine countermeasures vessel KRI Pulau Rani (701) 860 tonnes
Tripartite Class BNS Bellis.jpg Mine countermeasures vessel KRI Pulau Rengat (711)
KRI Pulau Rupat (712)
605 tonnes
Kondor II-class Kondor II Class.jpg Mine countermeasures vessel KRI Pulau Rote (721)
KRI Pulau Raas (722)
KRI Pulau Romang (723)
KRI Pulau Rimau (724)
KRI Kelabang (826)
KRI Pulau Rusa (726)
KRI Pulau Rangsang (727)
KRI Kala Hitam (828)
KRI Pulau Rempang (729)
479 tonnes

Fast Missile Boat[edit]

Class Picture Type Ships Displacement Note
Fast Missile Boat (3 in Service)
Clurit Class KRI Clurit.jpg Missile Boat KRI Clurit (641)
KRI Kujang (642)
KRI KRI Beladau (643)
KRI Alamang (644)[54]
250 tonnes

Gallery of ships[edit]

See also[edit]

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