List of ships of the Australian Army

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AV 2767 Crusader in December 1945

The Australian Army has operated numerous ships and watercraft.

Vessel classifications[edit]

  • AB - Army Barges & Landing Craft
  • AH - Army Sea Ambulances
  • AK - Army Ketches and Schooners
  • AL - Army Luggers
  • AM - Army Motor Launches
  • AS - Army Ships & Army Trawlers
  • AT - Army Tugs
  • AV - Army Vessels

Currently active ships/vessels[edit]

  • AM 1353 Coral Snake
  • 14 x LCM-8 landing craft
  • 12 x LARC-V amphibious cargo vehicle

Former vessels[edit]

Contents: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A[edit]

  • AM4 Australian Sun
  • AM18 Air Wave Destroyed by fire 28 Mar 1944
  • AS23 Amiriya
  • AM38 Amity
  • AM47 Aphlow
  • AM51 Anna B
  • AT71 Acme
  • AT80 Active
  • AM88 Avalon
  • AK82 Alma Doepel
  • AK94 Abel Tasman
  • AK96 Arga
  • AT99 Alexandra
  • AK121 Ardetta
  • AD155 Alan
  • AD155 Alf returned to owner
  • AL215 Aroha Lost at sea 3 May 1943
  • AL222 Alidine
  • AL224 Alcia tranferred to RAAF June 1943
  • AL231 Arawa tranferred to RAAF June 1943
  • AL233 Athalia
  • AL236 Adiana
  • AL244 Amy
  • AL270 Agatha
  • AM485 Ann
  • AM492 Ad
  • AM496 Ainavia
  • AM543 Aspro
  • AM546 Aero
  • AK553 Aramia
  • AM557 Annabelle
  • AM568 Ailsa
  • AM1475 Alatna
  • AV1356 Ashburton

B[edit]

C[edit]

D[edit]

  • AV 2082 Dora

E[edit]

  • AS 28 Elive Star
  • AV 2075 Emily
  • AV 2058 Ermine

F[edit]

  • AB 442 Francis Peat
  • AT 2382 Freda

G[edit]

  • AV 1355 Gascoyne
  • AB 20 George Peat
  • AV 1358 Greenough

H[edit]

J[edit]

K[edit]

  • AB 97 Kalang

L[edit]

  • AS 129 Lady Ruth
  • AV 1369 Lagunta
  • AS3050 "Lerida" 66 feet Wooden Cargo Vessel (Trawler Design)

M[edit]

N[edit]

  • AS 6 Nurls

R[edit]

  • AM 417 Ross Gillett

T[edit]

  • AT 2701 The Luke
  • AL 228 Timena

V[edit]

W[edit]

  • AS 21 Wavell
  • AM 41 Windsong I

Y[edit]

  • AB 2 Yashima Maru