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IBN AL HADRAMI medium landing ships (1977-1979)

Ibn Al Hadrami 1980

Name No Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
ابن الحضرمي [Ibn Al Hadrami] L112, 1983- 112   Stocznia Północna, Gdańsk, Poland   15/3/1977 12/1977 non-operational 1999
ابن القيس [Ibn Al Qis] L113   Stocznia Północna, Gdańsk, Poland   30/7/1977 1978 fire 15/9/1978
ابن أمية [Ibn Omaya] L116, 1983- 116   Stocznia Północna, Gdańsk, Poland   28/3/1978 6/1978 non-operational 1999
ابن الفرات [Ibn El Farat] L118, 1983- 118   Stocznia Północna, Gdańsk, Poland   14/9/1978 6/1979 non-operational 1999

 

Displacement standard, t

920

Displacement normal, t

1192

Length, m

81.3

Breadth, m

9.30

Draught, m

2.30

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 40DM diesels

Power, h. p.

4400

Max speed, kts

16.3

Fuel, t

diesel oil

Endurance, nm(kts)

3000(12)

Armament

2 x 2 - 30/71 AK-230, 2 x 18 - 140 WM-18 RL, helicopter deck

Military load

6 medium tanks, 180 troops or 240 t of cargo

Electronic equipment

Donets, MR-104 Rys' radars

Complement

45

Ship project history: Small tank landing ships of Soviet export project 773KL.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: Ibn Al Qis was totally destroyed by fire during landing exercises 15/9/1978.

Ibn Al Hadrami 1978

Ivan Gogin, 2019