List of equipment in Royal Thai Navy
This article is the list of equipment in Royal Thai Navy, including an active and historic equipments. The equipments of the Royal Thai Navy were produced in broadly country around the world such as Canada, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, United States, United Kingdom and etc.
- 1 Ships
- 2 Aircraft
- 3 Munitions
- 4 Weapons
- 5 Land vehicles
- 6 Field artillery
- 7 Historical equipment
- 8 Future equipment
- 9 See also
- 10 References
|Submarine (0+(1) in service)|
|Type S26T Class||China||2,600 tonnes||
As of 4 September 2018, under construction. Delivery in 2023.
|Aircraft carrier (1 in service)|
|Chakri Naruebet||Spain||HTMS Chakri Naruebet||CVH-911/1997||11,486 tonnes||
Amphibious warfare ship
|Amphibious warfare ship (3+(1) in service)|
|Type 071E||China||20,000 tonnes||Delivery in 2022.|
|Endurance class||Singapore||HTMS Angthong||LPD-791/2012||7,600 tonnes||Armament:|
|Normed PS 700 class||Thailand||HTMS Sichang
|Frigate (7 in service)|
|DW 3000F class|| South Korea
|HTMS Bhumibol Adulyadej
Multi-role stealth frigate.
|Type 025T class|| Thailand
|2,985 tonnes||Thai design built in China.
Guided missile frigate.
|Type 053HT class||China||HTMS Chao Phraya
|1,924 tonnes||Guided missile frigate.
|Corvette (7 in service)|
|Ratanakosin class||United States||HTMS Ratanakosin
|960 tonnes||Guided missile corvette.
|Khamronsin class||Thailand||HTMS Kamronsin
|630 tonnes||Anti-submarine warfare corvette.
|Tapi class||United States||HTMS Tapi
|1,191 tonnes||Anti-submarine warfare corvette.
Offshore patrol vessel
|Offshore patrol vessel (9 in service)|
HTMS Prachuap Khiri Khan
|Pattani class|| Thailand
|1,460 tonnes||Thai design built in China.
|United Kingdom||HTMS Makut Rajakumarn||FF-433/1973||1,900 tonnes||Armament:|
|M58 class||Thailand||HTMS Laemsing||PC-561/2016||520 tonnes||
|Hua Hin class|| Thailand
|590 tonnes||Chinese design built in Thailand.
Fast attack craft
|Fast attack craft (50(+4) in service)|
|BMB-230 Class||Italy||HTMS Ratcharit
|FPB-45 Class||Singapore||HTMS Prabbrorapak
HTMS Hanhak Sudtru
HTMS Soo Pirin
|MV400 Class||Italy||HTMS Chonburi
|PSMM Mk.5||Thailand||HTMS Sattahip
HTMS Theai Mueang
|Tor 991 class||Thailand||Tor.991
|Tor 994 class||Thailand||Tor.994
|M18 FAB class||Thailand||Por.51
Speed: 45 knots
|Training ship/Salute ship (1 in service)|
|Cannon class DE||United States||HTMS Pin Klao||DE-1/1959||1,620 tonnes||Armament:|
Landing craft utility
|Landing craft utility (9 in service)|
|M55 class||Thailand||HTMS Mattaphon
|Mannok class||Thailand||HTMS Mannok
|Thongkaeo class||Thailand||HTMS Thongkaeo
HTMS Mannok (LCU 781) during a Cobra Gold 2010 non-combatant evacuation demonstration
|Replenishment ship (9 in service)|
|HTMS Similan||China||HTMS Similan||AOR-871/1996||22,000 tonnes|
|Matra class||Thailand||HTMS Matra||YO-836/2014||500 tonnes|
|Proet class||Thailand||HTMS Proet
|Jula class(ll)||Singapore||HTMS Jula||YO-831/1980||1,661 tonnes|
|Chuang class||Thailand||HTMS Chuang
|YOG-5 Class||United States||HTMS Samui||YO-832/1947||1,235 tonnes|
|Prong class||Thailand||HTMS Prong||YO-833/1941||412 tonnes|
|Minesweeper ship (5 in service)|
|Gaeta class||Italy||HTMS Lat Ya
HTMS Tha Din Daeng
|HTMS Thalang||Thailand||HTMS Thalang||MCS-621/1980||1,095 tonnes|
|M48 class||Germany||HTMS Bangrajun
HTMS Nong Sarai
Research and survey vessel
|Research and survey vessel (3 in service)|
|HTMS Paruehasabordee||Thailand||HTMS Paruehasabordee||AGOR-813/2008||1,636 tonnes|
|HTMS Chan||Germany||HTMS Chan||AGOR-811/1961||996 tonnes|
|HTMS Sok||Thailand||HTMS Sok||AGOR-812/1982||1,526 tonnes|
|Tugboat (8 in service)|
|Panyee class||Thailand||HTMS Panyee
|Rin class||Singapore||HTMS Rin
|Samsan class||Thailand||HTMS Samsan
|Klungbadan class||Canada||HTMS Klungbadan
Riverine patrol boat
|Class||Origin||Hull No.||Type||In service||Notes|
|Riverine patrol boat (189 in service)|
|R.21 class||United States||R.21 – R.26||Riverine patrol boat||6|
|R.31 class||Thailand||R.31 – R.3129
/R.3133 – R.3135
|Riverine patrol boat||132|
|R.3130 class||Thailand||R.3130 – R.3132||Riverine patrol boat||3|
|R.41 class||United States||R.41-R.43||Riverine patrol boat||3|
|R.51 class||United States||R.51-R.56||Riverine patrol boat||6|
|MkII class PBR||United States||R.11 – R.145||Riverine patrol boat||39|
|Netherlands||Fokker F.27-200/400||ASW maritime patrol aircraft,
|Germany||Dornier Do 228||SAR maritime patrol aircraft||7||Also used in Royal Rain Project.|
|Brazil||Embraer ERJ-135LR||VIP transport aircraft||2|
|United States||Cessna 337 Super Skymaster||FAC aircraft||4
|United States||Sikorsky S-76B||SAR maritime helicopter,
|United Kingdom||AgustaWestland Super Lynx 300||ASuW maritime helicopter||2|
|United States||Sikorsky SH-70B Seahawk||ASW maritime helicopter||6||HTMS Chakri Naruebet Flying Unit.|
|United States||Sikorsky MH-60S Knighthawk||Military transport||2 (+4)||HTMS Chakri Naruebet Flying Unit.|
|Germany||Airbus H145M||Military transport||5|
|United States||Bell 212||Military transport||6|
|Unmanned aerial vehicles|
|Austria||Camcopter S-100||UAV||(1)||One on order.|
|United States||Mark 54 Lightweight Torpedo||Antisubmarine torpedo|
|United Kingdom||Sting Ray torpedo||Antisubmarine torpedo|
|Italy||Selenia Aspide||Surface to Air Missile|
|United States||RIM-162 ESSM||Surface-to-Air Missile||Nine on order (Plan 64), modernization of DW 3000F frigate and frigate Naresuan|
|France||Mistral||Surface-to-air missile||For SADRAL launchers on aircraft carrier Chakri Naruebet|
|United States||SM-2||Surface-to-air missile||DW 3000F deal, Modernization of DW 3000F frigate|
|United States||AGM-84 Harpoon||Anti-ship missile|
|China||C-802/CSS-N-8||Anti-ship missile||For modernized Chao Phraya|
|United States||RUM-139 VL-ASROC||Anti-submarine ballistic missile||DW 3000F deal, Modernization of DW 3000F frigate|
|Thailand||Mi||Stealth naval mine|
|United States||Mk.6||Naval mine|
|United States||Mk.18||Naval mine|
|China||Type 69-ll||Main battle tank||5|
|United States||AAV-7A1||Armoured personnel carrier||36||Variants include: AAVP-7A1, AAVC-7A1, AAVR-7A1.|
|BTR-3E1||Armoured personnel carrier||12|
|Thailand||M151A2 mod||Armoured personnel carrier|
|United States||V-150 Commando||Armoured car||24|
|Thailand||Phantom 380-X||Armoured car|
|United States||Humvee||Utility vehicle||Royal Thai Marine Corps use M998, M1097A2, M997, M1025, M1045A2, M966.|
|United States||M151||Utility vehicle||Royal Thai Marine Corps use M151A2, M151A2 mounting TOW, M718A1, M825.|
|United States||Ford||Utility vehicle||Royal Thai Marine Corps use Ford Ranger XL, XLS, XL+, XLT, FX4, Wildtrak, SWB.|
|United States||M813||Prime Mover||Royal Thai Marine Corps use M54A2, M543A2.|
|United States||M35 2-1/2 ton cargo truck||Prime Mover||Royal Thai Marine Corps use M35A2, M50A2, M49A2, M109A2.|
|Isuzu||Prime Mover||Royal Thai Marine Corps use SBR, TXD 4x2, TSD 4x4, TWD 6x6, HTW, FTR 4x4.|
|Austria||GC-45 howitzer||155 mm towed howitzer||12
GHN-45 A1 APU
|United States||M101A1 mod||155 mm towed howitzer||6||Improve the Nexter LG1 caliber.|
|United States||M101A1||155 mm towed howitzer||30|
|Israel||M120 mortar||120 mm mortar|
|United States||M29A1 mortar||81 mm mortar|
|United States||M19 mortar||60 mm mortar|
|United States||M224 mortar||60 mm mortar|
|Class||Country of Origin||Ship||Service||Note|
|Naresuan class(I)||Italy||HTMS Naresuan (I)
HTMS Taksin (I)
|The Etna was one of the first anti-aircraft cruisers built in Italy. Originally ordered by Siam (now Thailand), it was laid down in 1939. Taksin, equipped with six 15.2 cm guns. In 1942 the ship was seized by Italy to use as an anti-aircraft cruiser and as flagship. The ship was under construction in Trieste when it was captured by German troops after the surrender of Italy on 10 September 1943. To prevent its use by the Germans, the ship was sunk by the retreating Italians. About 60% complete, the Germans never intended to continue its construction. After the war, it was found scuttled in Trieste harbor, refloated, and scrapped.|
|Coastal defence ship|
|Thonburi class||Japan||HTMS Thonburi
HTMS Sri Ayudhya
|Run aground in the Battle of Ko Chang. Later she was raised and attempts were made to repair the extensive damage and continued to serve the navy as a training vessel until being stricken in 1959. Part of her bridge and forward gun turret are preserved as a memorial at the Royal Thai Naval Academy.|
Sunk in Manhattan Rebellion.
|Ratanakosin class(l)||United Kingdom||HTMS Ratanakosin (l)
HTMS Sukhothai (l)
|Matchanu class||Japan||HTMS Matchanu
|Sold to the Siam Cement Company for scrap. Part of the superstructure of the Matchanu is preserved at the Naval Museum in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand.|
Sold to the Siam Cement Company for scrap.
Sold to the Siam Cement Company for scrap.
Sold to the Siam Cement Company for scrap.
|R-class||United Kingdom||HTMS Phra Ruang||1920-1957||Former HMS Radiant.|
|Tacoma class||United States||HTMS Prasae (II)
HTMS Tachin (II)
|Used in Korean War|
Used in the Korean War
|Knox-class||United States||HTMS Phutthaloetla Naphalai
HTMS Phutthayotfa Chulalok
|1997-2015||Ex-USS Ouellet (1970–1993). |
|Maeklong class||Japan||HTMS Maeklong
HTMS Tachin (I)
|Flower class||United Kingdom||HTMS Bangpakong
HTMS Prasae (I)
|Used in Korean War.|
Grounded in the Korean War.
|Chonbori class(I)||Italy||HTMS Chonbori (I)
HTMS Trat (I)
HTMS Songkhla (I)
HTMS Phuket (I)
HTMS Pattani (I)
HTMS Surat Thani(I)
HTMS Chanthaburi (I)
HTMS Rayong (I)
HTMS Chumphon (I)
|Sunk in Battle of Ko Chang|
Sunk in Battle of Ko Chang
On display as a memorial near Prince of Chumphon Shrine at Sairee Beach, Chumphon Province, Thailand, since 1980.
|Kyongyai class(I)||Japan||HTMS Kyongyai (I)
HTMS Kantan (I)
HTMS Takbai (I)
|ASW patrol craft|
|PC-461 class||United States||HTMS Sarasin (II)
HTMS Thayanchon (I)
HTMS Khamronsin (I)
HTMS Longlom (I)
|Former USS PC-495.|
Former USS PC-575.
Former USS PC-609.
Former USS PC-1185.
Former USS PC-1218.
Former USS PC-616.
Former USS PC-1253.
Former USS PC-570.
|Sarasin class(I)||Thailand||HTMS Sarasin (I)
HTMS Thiew Uthock
HTMS Travane Vari
|Sunk by British aircraft|
Sunk in Manhattan Rebellion.
|Amphibious warfare ships, landing ships, landing craft|
|LST-542 class||United States||HTMS Angthong (II)
HTMS Chang (II)
HTMS Phangan (II)
|Former USS LST-924.|
Former USS Lincoln County (LST-898).
Former USS Stark County (LST-1134). Used in the Vietnam War.
Former USS Stone County LST-1141.
Former USS Dodge County (LST-722).
|LSM-1 class||United States||HTMS Kut
|Former USS LSM-338.|
Former USS LSM-333.
Former USS LSM-469.
|LCT mark 6 class||United States||HTMS Mattaphon (I)
HTMS Ravi (I)
|Former USS LCU-8.|
Former USS LCU-9.
Former USS LCU-10.
Former USS LCU-11.
Former USS LCU-12.
Former USS LCU-13.
|LCI-351 class||United States||HTMS Prab
|Former USS LCI-670.|
Former USS LCI-739.
|LCS(L)(3)-1 class||United States||HTMS Nakha||1966-2007||Former USS LCS(L)(3)-102, / JMSDF Himawari.|
|Bangrajun class(l)||Italy||HTMS Bangrajun (I)
HTMS Nong Sarai (I)
|YMS-1 class||United States||HTMS Ladya (I)
HTMS Bangkeo (I)
HTMS Tha Din Daeng (I)
|Former USS YMS-334.|
Former USS YMS-138.
Former USS YMS-353.
|MSC-294 class||United States||HTMS Ladya (II)
HTMS Tha Din Daeng (II)
|Former USS MSC-297.|
Former USS MSC-301.
|Algerine Class||United Kingdom||HTMS Phosamton (I)||1947-?||Former HMS Minstrel|
|Aberdare Class||United Kingdom||HTMS Chao Phraya (I)||1922-1971||Former HMS Havant|
|Transport support ships|
|Angthong class(l)||Japan||HTMS Angthong (I)||1918-1951||Former HTMS Pratenung Mahachakri (II)|
|Chang class(l)||?||HTMS Chang (I)||1902-1962||?|
|Sichang class(l)||Italy||HTMS Sichang (I)
HTMS Phangan (I)
|Jula class(l)||?||HTMS Jula (I)||1941-1953||?|
|Kledkaeo class||Norway||HTMS Kledkaeo||1956-?||Former RNoMS Norfrost|
|Samui class(l)||Italy||HTMS Samui (I)||1936-1945||Sunk by USS Sealion (SS-315).|
|Aircraft||Country of Origin||Type||Service||Quantity||Note|
|Avro 504N|| Thailand
|Mitsubishi A6M Zero||Japan||Fighter||1942-1945||1|
|Aichi E13A1||Japan||reconnaissance||1939-?||6||Three aircraft ordered in 1939 and three in 1941.|
|Douglas C-47 Skytrain||US||Cargo||1973-?||?|
|Grumman S-2 Tracker||US||ASW||1966-1999||12|
|Hawker Siddeley AV-8S Matador||UK||Fighter||1997-2006||9||Used on HTMS Chakri Naruebet.|
|Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II||US||Attacker||1995-2007||18||All airframes stored.|
|Bell UH-1H||US||Utility helicopter||1975-?||4|
|Blowpipe (missile)||United Kingdom||SAM||?-?||200|
|Sea Cat||United Kingdom||Surface-to-Air Missile||?-?||8|
|Gabriel missile||Israel||Anti-ship missile||?-?||?|
|LVT||United States||Amphibious vehicle||?-?||16|
|M3 Half-track||United States||Half-track armored personnel carrier||?-?||12+|
The Thai navy has been lobbying for submarines for years. In January 2017 the Thai National Legislative Assembly tacitly approved the expenditure of 13.5 billion baht (US$383 million) to buy one Chinese S26T submarine, a derivative of China's Yuan Class Type 039A submarine. The S26T submarines are diesel-powered with a displacement of 2,400–3,000 tonnes. It is projected to be the first of a three-boat, US$1 billion acquisition. The cabinet approved one submarine purchase on 18 April 2017 with a budget of 13.5 billion baht (US$393 million), including weapons systems, spare parts and technology transfer. The sub is expected to be delivered in about 2023. The Thai navy's submarine squadron has trained in Germany and South Korea but has no submarines—its last sub was decommissioned in 1950. It does have a submarine headquarters: in July 2014 a US$17.3 million submarine headquarters and training center was opened at the Thai navy's largest port in Sattahip. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has explained that Thailand will buy submarines, "not for battle, but so that others will be in awe of us." Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwon said that "...growing territorial threats and an increasing number of maritime missions has prompted the navy to strengthen its submarine units." There are plans to base one submarine at Mahidol Adulyadej Naval Dockyard in Sattahip District, Chonburi, one at a submarine dockyard off the Sattahip coastline, and one on the Andaman coast, in either Krabi or Phang Nga.
|Type S26T Class|| China
||Submarine||Yuan-class modified||2,600 tonnes||(3 planned total)|
|Chalawan Class Midget submarine|| Thailand
||Midget submarine||Chalawan (unofficial)||150–300 tonnes||In 193 million baht design phase||Crew: 10: Range: 300 km; Cost: 1 billion baht; Delivery c. 2024|
| South Korea
|Multi-role stealth frigate||DW 3000F class||3,700 tonnes||Postponed||Delivery in 202X|
|Amphibious warfare ship|
|Type 071E|| China
||Amphibious warfare ship||"Type 071E"||20,000 tonnes||Delivery in 2022|
RTN flying unit
- New tactical transport helicopter - In April 2006, the Thai Navy requested permission from the United States to buy six MH-60S Navy Hawks. An agreement of purchase was signed in June 2007, and the first two aircraft were delivered in August 2011.
- VIP and MEDEVAC aircraft - The Royal Thai Navy received a single Embraer ERJ-135 jet in late 2008, followed by an order for a second aircraft in October 2009; both aircraft were outfitted with medical evacuation kits, as well as being used for official transportation.
RTN Marine Corps and SEALs
- New armoured personnel carrier (APC) - RTN signed a contract to procure 12 BTR-3s from Ukraine in mid-2007, the first of which began arriving in December 2010, with deliveries scheduled to be completed by the end of 2011.
RTN Air and Coastal Defence Command
- Surface-to-air missile procurement - RTN plans to replace the Anti-aircraft guns after buying the Buk-M2E
- Small patrol ship - The King of Thailand initiated a project to build and commission a small new patrol craft, the T.991 Class in 2002. The first ship, T.991, was built in the Royal Thai Navy Dock. Another two, T.992 and T.993, was built by Mason Shipbuilding in Thailand. The first ship was commissioned on 30 April 2007.
- Local-build OPV - On 11 November 2008, the Cabinet approved the plan to build a new offshore patrol vessel (OPV) in a deal worth three billion baht (US$85 million). Although RTN did not unveil the design, the vessel will be built in Mahidol dockyard in Thailand.
- Underwater craft - The Naval Research & Development Office of Royal Thai Navy has awarded contacts to Bangkok Dockyard Co., Ltd. to build an underwater craft. The craft is 20 tons in displacement and cost 5 million baht.
- M151A2 mod - Amphibious vehicle.
- DTI RTN KSM150
- NAX seaplane
- Mi naval mine
- Phantom 380-X
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