List of Defence Maritime Services vessels

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The DMS training craft Seahorse Mercator

This is a list of vessels operated by the Australian company Defence Maritime Services (DMS). All vessels provide support to the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) under contracts between the RAN and DMS.

Auxiliaries[edit]

Aviation training ship

General-purpose tenders[1]

Navigational training ship[2]

Submarine rescue and escape ships[3]

Yard and service craft[edit]

60-ton flat-top lighters[2]

  • FTL 60101
  • FTL 60102
  • FTL 60103
  • FTL 60104
  • FTL 60105
  • FTL 60107
  • FTL 60108
  • FTL 60109
  • FTL 60110
  • FTL 60111
  • FTL 60112
  • FTL 60113
  • FTL 60114
  • FTL 60115
  • FTL 60116
  • FTL 60117
  • FTL 60118
  • FTL 60119
  • FTL 60120
  • FTL 60121

Southerly 65 class diving tenders[2]

  • 2001 Dugong
  • Seal
  • 2004 Shark

Miscellaneous concrete ammunition lighters[2]

  • CAL 209
  • CAL 5012
  • CAL 10011
  • CAL 10012
  • CAL 10013
  • CAL 10014

Wattle class crane stores lighters[2]

CSL 02 Boronia in September 2012
  • CSL 01 Wattle
  • CSL 02 Boronia
  • CSL 03 Telopea

Steber 43 naval general purpose workboats[4]

  • NGPWB 01 Patonga
  • NGPWB 02
  • NGPWB 03
  • NGPWB 04 Sea Dragon
  • NGPWB 05
  • NGPWB 06
  • NGPWB 07
  • NGPWB 08
  • NGPWB 09 Sea Witch
  • NGPWB 10

Noosacat 930 harbour personnel boats[4]

  • 0901
  • 0902
  • 0903
  • 0904

Riviera class VIP launch[4]

  • 38103 Tresco II

Admiral's barge[4]

  • AB 1201 Green Parrot

Shark Cat 800 harbour personnel boats[4]

  • 0801
  • 0802
  • 0803
  • 0805

Naval work boats[4]

  • NWB 1230
  • NWB 1260
  • NWB 1281 Otter
  • NWB 1282 Walrus
  • NWB 1285 Grampus
  • NWB 1286 Dolphin
  • NWB 1287
  • NWB 1288
  • NWB 1289
  • NWB 1290
  • NWB 1291
  • NWB 1292 Turtle

Halvorsen-design workboat[5]

  • AWB 4011

40-foot Mk 1 and 1963-design workboats[5]

  • AWB 404
  • AWB 421
  • AWB 423
  • AWB 424
  • AWB 436
  • AWB 440
  • AWB 1658
  • AWB 4006
  • AWB 4007

AWB Mod. II workboat[5]

  • 4010

AWB short and long group cabin workboats[5]

  • Amethyst
  • 4002

7.2 metre rigid-hulled inflatable boats[5]

  • 27 RHIBS, numbered 0701 through 0727

Radio controlled surface targets[5]

  • RCST 06
  • RCST 07
  • RCST 08
  • RCST 09
  • RCST 10
  • RCST 11

Wallaby-class water and fuel lighters[5]

Wyulda in February 2008
  • Wallaby
  • Wombat
  • Warrigal
  • Wyulda

Torpedo recovery craft[6]

Compact tug

  • Tancred - Damen ASD Tug 2310

Tug/workboat

  • Wattle - Damen Stan Tug 1606

Coastal tugs[6]

  • 2601 Tammar
  • Seahorse Quenda
  • Seahorse Chuditch
  • Elwing - Damen Standard built ASD 2411
  • Waree - Damen Standard built ASD 2411

Medium harbour tug[6]

  • 1801 Quokka

Bronzewing-class harbour tug[7]

  • Bronzewing
  • Currawong
  • Mollymawk

Training craft[edit]

Sail training craft[7]

  • 850576 Salthorse

Swarbrick III class small training yachts[7]

  • STY 3807 Alexander of Cresswell
  • STY 3808 Friendship of Leeuwin
  • STY 3809 Lady Peryhyn of Nirimba
  • STY 3810 Charlotte of Cerberus
  • STY 3811 Scarborough of Cerberus

Tasar sail dinghies[7]

  • 63 vessels, numbered between 1925 and 2546

ASI 315 class navigation and seamanship training craft[7]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Wertheim (2007). The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World. p. 28. 
  2. ^ a b c d e Wertheim (2007). The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World. p. 29. 
  3. ^ Burton, Guy (16 July 2015). "Submarine search and rescue capability boosted". Navy Daily. Royal Australian Navy. Retrieved 27 July 2015. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f Wertheim (2007). The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World. p. 30. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g Wertheim (2007). The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World. p. 31. 
  6. ^ a b c Wertheim (2007). The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World. p. 32. 
  7. ^ a b c d e Wertheim (2007). The Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World. p. 33. 

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