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List of current ships of the Islamic Republic of Iran Navy

Iranian Navy
Leadership
Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari
Branches and manpower
Navy 13,400
Marines 2,600
Aviation 2,000
History
History of the Iranian Navy
Personnel
List of Iranian Navy senior officers
Iran's Navy Ranks Insignia
Equipment
Historical vessels
Current vessels
IRIN naval ships in Velayat-90 Naval Exercise

This list reflects the state of the mainline Iranian Navy,[timeframe?] and does not include the vessels of the Navy of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution.

Submarines

Kilo

Number Class Name Year Homeport
901 Kilo Tareq 1992 Bandar Abbas
902 Kilo Noor 1993 Bandar Abbas
903 Kilo Yunes 1997 Bandar Abbas
One of Iran's three SSK Kilo-class submarines
  • Kilo class (3)[1][2][3]
    • Displacement: 2325 tons
    • Dimensions: 74 x 9.9 x 6.5 meters
    • Propulsion: Diesel-electric propulsion, 2 x 1000 kW Diesel generators, 1 x 5,500-6,800 shp, propulsion motor, 1 x fixed-pitch propeller
    • Speed: 25 knots (46 km/h)(snorkel)
    • Range: 7,500 nautical miles (13,890 km)
    • Crew: 52
    • Armament: 6 x 553 mm torpedo tubes, 18 x torpedoes, 24 x mines
    • Russian built.

Besat

Number Class Name Year Homeport Notes
976 Besat Unknown 2013 Prototype only

Fateh

Number Class Name Year Homeport
920 Fateh Fateh 2011[4] Bandar Abbas
961 Fateh Fateh 2015 [5]
  • Fateh class (2)
    • Displacement: 527 tons (surfaced), 593 tons (submerged)
    • Propulsion: BLDC (Diesel-electric)
    • Armament: 4 x 533 mm tubes with 6 torpedoes/cruise missiles, 8 naval mines [6]
    • Operational depth: 200 m
    • Test depth: 250 m
    • Speed: 11 knots (surfaced), 14 knots (submerged)
    • Endurance: 35 days
    • Active: 1
    • Building: 3
    • Semi-heavy submarine
    • Iranian built.

Nahang

Number Class Name Year Homeport Notes
XXX Nahang Unknown 2006 Prototype only

Ghadir

  • Ghadir class (23)
    • Displacement: 120 tons standard
    • Dimensions:
    • Propulsion: Diesel-electric propulsion
    • Armament: 2 torpedo tubes, missiles
    • Iranian built.
Submarine Launched Status
Ghadir 942 November 2007 In service
Ghadir 943 August 2008 In service
Ghadir 944 November 2008 In service
Ghadir 945 June 2009 In service
Ghadir 946 June 2009 In service
Ghadir 947 June 2009 In service
Ghadir 948 June 2009 In service
Ghadir 949 August 2010 In service
Ghadir 950 August 2010 In service
Ghadir 951 August 2010 In service
Ghadir 952 August 2011 In service
Ghadir 953 August 2011 In service
Ghadir 954 August 2011 In service
Ghadir 955 August 2011 In service
Ghadir 956 November 2011 In service
Ghadir 957 November 2011 In service
Ghadir 958 November 2011 In service
Ghadir 959 February 2012 In service
Ghadir 960 February 2012 In service
Ghadir 961 November 2012 In service
Ghadir 962 November 2012 In service

Two Ghadir-class submarines joined the Navy’s combat fleet in November 2018.[7]

Yugo

  • Yugo class (4)
    • Ship displacement: 90 tons submerged
    • Dimensions: 20 x 2 x 1.6 meters (65.6 x 6.5 x 5 ft)
    • Propulsion: Diesel-electric, 1 diesel, 1 shaft, 160 shp (119 kW), 4 knots (7 km/h)
    • Crew: 2 + 6 swimmers
    • Armament: 2 21-inch (533 mm) torpedoes in drop collars.
    • North-Korean built.

Al-Sabehat 15 SDV

  • Al-Sabehat 15 SDV class (5)[5][8]
    • Ship displacement: > 10 tons submerged
    • Dimensions:
    • Propulsion: Diesel-electric, 1 diesel, 1 shaft,
    • Crew: 2 + 3-7 swimmers
    • Armament: Mines.
    • Iran built.


Destroyers

Persian Gulf

Number Name Year Notes
Persian Gulf Planned
  • Persian Gulf-class destroyer (Planned)
    • Displacement: 7,500 tons
    • Dimensions: 145 x 16 x 7 meters
    • Propulsion: 2 × 18 megawatts gas turbine engines, 2 × 4 megawatts diesel engines, 6 × 1 megawatt electric generator
    • Crew: 240
    • Radar: Asr Radar
    • Sonar: Unknown
    • Fire Control: Unknown
    • EW: Unknown
    • Countermeasures: Unknown
    • Armament: Unknown
    • Iranian built.

Sahand Class Destroyer (brand new)

Frigates

Alvand

Number Name Year Notes
71 Alvand 1971 Ex-Saam
72 Alborz 1971 Ex-Zaal
73 Sabalan 1972 Ex-Rostam
Iranian Alvand-class frigate at sea.
  • Alvand-class frigate (3)
    • Displacement: 1,540 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 94.5 x 11.07 x 3.25 meters (310 x 36 x 10.5 ft)
    • Propulsion: 2 shafts; 2 cruise diesels, 3,800 bhp (2,830 kW), 17 knots (31 km/h); 2 TM-3A
    • boost gas turbines, 46,000 shp (34,300 kW), 39 knots (72 km/h)
    • Crew: 135
    • Radar: AWS-1 air search
    • Sonar: Type 174 hull
    • Fire control: 2 RTN-10X
    • EW: RDL-2AC intercept
    • Armament: 4 x C-802 (Noor), 1 114 mm DP, 1 dual 35 mm AA, 2 20 mm, 2 12.7 mm MG, 2 triple 324 mm torpedoes
    • UK-built. an additional ship, 74 Sahand (ex-Faramarz), was lost to US forces.

Moudge (locally designated Moje)

Number Name Year Notes
76 Jamaran 2010 Entered service in 2010
77 Damavand 2013 Entered service in 2013. Sunk in January 2018. Undergoing repairs and planned for release in early 2020. [9]
? Dena 2020 Planned for early 2020.[10]
  • Moudge-class frigate (2 built)
    • Displacement: 1,500 tons
    • Dimensions: 94.5 x 11.1 x 3.25 meters
    • Propulsion: 2 shafts; 2 diesels; 30 knots (56 km/h);
    • Crew: 140
    • Radar: Asr
    • Sonar: Unknown
    • Fire control: Unknown
    • EW: Unknown
    • Countermeasures: Multiple box chaff launchers, flare launchers
    • Armament:4 x C-802 (Noor) anti-ship missiles, 1 x 76 mm Fajr-27 naval gun, 1 x 40 mm AAA, 2 x 20 mm cannons, 2 x triple 324 mm torpedoes, 4 x SM-1 (Mehrab) AAM, 2 x 12.7 mm machine guns
    • Iranian built, they are reversed engineering of Alvand class frigates. The first one became operational in 2010 and entered into service in the Persian gulf, and the second one (the Damavand) was completed in 2013 and was in service in the Caspian Sea until it sunk in January 2018. More are under construction, to be added to the navy, in the Persian Gulf.

Sahand

Number Name Year Notes
74 Sahand 2018 Entered service in 2018.
  • Sina-class frigate (1)
    • Displacement: 2,000 tons
    • Dimensions: 100 x 12 x 3.5 meters
    • Propulsion: 2 shafts; 4 diesels; 30 knots (56 km/h);
    • Crew: 140
    • Radar: Unknown
    • Sonar: Unknown
    • Fire Control: Unknown
    • EW: Unknown
    • Countermeasures: Probably a Multiple box chaff launcher, and flare launchers
    • Armament: 4 x C-803 (Ghader) anti-ship missiles, 1 x 76 mm Fajr-27 naval gun, 1 x 40 mm AAA, Kamand CIWS, 2 x triple 324 mm torpedoes, 4 x Sayyad-2 AAM, 2 x 12.7 mm machine guns[11]
    • Iranian built. They are a larger, more modern, new generation of upgraded and enhanced Moudge-class frigates with a larger variety of potent armament. These guided missile frigates are designed to carry a Sikorsky CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopter, or two Bell-Agusta 212 helicopters. One of them (Sahand) fitted-up with armament and avionics/electronics, and entered service in 2018.[12] There are more planned for construction.

Corvettes

Bayandor

Number Name Year Note
81 Bayandor 1964 ex-PF-103 Was overhauled during a two-year period and was re-launched in June 2013[13]
82 Naghdi 1964 ex-PF-103
  • Bayandor class (PF 103 type) Patrol Frigate
    • Displacement: 1,135 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 84 x 10.1 x 3.1 meters (275 x 33 x 10 ft)
    • Propulsion: 4 diesels, 2 shafts, 5,300 bhp (3,950 kW), 20 knots (37 km/h)
    • Crew: 133
    • Radar: SPS-6 2-D air search
    • Armament: 4 x C-802 (or maybe improved C-803) anti-ship missiles, 1 x 76 mm DP naval cannon, 1 dual 40 mm AAA, 2 x 20 mm cannons, 2 x triple 324 mm torpedoes, 2 x 12.7 mm MG
    • US-built for transfer. Two sisters (Milanian and Kahnamuie) lost.

Hamzeh

Number Name Year
802 Hamzeh 1965
  • Hamzeh class
    • Displacement: 580 tons
    • Dimensions: 54 x 7.65 x 3.25 meters
    • Crew: ??
    • Speed: 15 kn
    • Powerplant: 2 x 1,300 hp (970 kW) Stork diesels
    • Armament: 4 x C-802 anti-ship missiles, 1 x main gun (20 mm), 2 x 12.7 mm manned heavy machine guns
    • Dutch-built (Boele Yard, Bolnes), launched 1936. Originally the Imperial/government yacht Shahsavar, Hamzeh has been modified to carry C-802 anti-ship missiles and light defenses. It is currently part of the Iranian Navy Caspian Sea fleet of warships.

Missile craft

Kalat

Number Name Year
Kalat
  • Hendijan-class fast attack craft (Kalat-class) missile boats (8)
    • Displacement: 447 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 47 x 8.5 x 2.9 meters
    • Propulsion: 2 diesels, 2 shafts, 6,100 bhp (4,550 kW), 21 knots (39 km/h)
    • Crew: 15
    • Armament: (4) C802 ASCM, (1) 20 mm Oerlikon GAM-B01 DP cannon
    • MIG-S-4700-SC Manufactured by Damen Shipyard (Dutch-built).

8 operational according to Global Security.[5]

Houdong

Number Name Year
P313-1 Fath 1994
P313-2 Nasr 1994
P313-3 Saf 1994
P313-4 Ra'ad 1994
P313-5 Fajr 1994
P313-6 Shams 1996
P313-7 Me'raj 1996
P313-8 Falaq 1996
P313-9 Hadid 1996
P313-10 Qadir 1996
  • Houdong class aka Thondar class[14] (10 - operated by the Revolutionary Guards Naval Corps)
    • Displacement: 175 tons standard, 205 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 38.6 x 6.8 x 2.7 meters (126.6 x 22.3 x 8.9 ft)
    • Propulsion: 3 diesels, 3 shafts, 8,025 bhp (5,984 kW), 35 knots (65 km/h)
    • Crew: 28
    • Armament: 4 C802 ASCM, 2 AK-230 30 mm, 1 x dual 23 mm
    • Chinese Built

Kaman

Number Name[15] Year class
P221 Kaman ("Bow") 1977 Kaman
P222 Zoubin ("Javelin") 1977 Kaman
P223 Khadang ("Arrowhead") 1978 Kaman
P224 Paykan ("Arrow") 2003 Kaman
P225 Joshan ("Armor") 2006 Kaman
P226 Falakhon ("Sling") 1978 Kaman
P227 Shamshir ("Scimitar") 1978 Kaman
P228 Gorz ("Mace") 1978 Kaman
P229 Gardouneh ("Roulette") 1978 Kaman
P230 Khanjar ("Dagger") 1981 Kaman
P231 Neyzeh ("Spear") 1981 Kaman
P232 Tabarzin ("Battleaxe") 1981 Kaman
  • Kaman class (10)
    • Displacement: 275 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 47 x 7.1 x 1.9 meters (154 x 23 x 6 ft)
    • Propulsion: 4 diesels, 4 shafts, 14,400 bhp (10,740 kW), 36 knots (67 km/h)
    • Crew: 31
    • Armament: (2) or (4) C802 ASCM, (1) 76 mm OTO DP, (1) 40 mm AA
    • French-built. US-supplied Harpoon missiles have been expended, and replaced by Iranian made, medium range "Noor", anti-ship cruise missiles. Paykan was sunk during Operation Morvarid by the Iraqi Navy, in 1980, while Joshan was sunk by the American Navy, during Operation Praying Mantis, in 1988. These ships must not be confused with the new Joshan and Paykan, which are part of the Iranian Navy fleet of warships serving in the Caspian Sea.

Sina

Number Name Year class
P224*see note Paykan 2003 Sina
P225*see note Joshan 2006 Sina
P233 Derafsh 2008 Sina
P234 Separ 2017 Sina
  • Sina class (La Combattante IIa type) missile boats (4)
    • Displacement: 275 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 47 x 7.1 x 1.9 meters (154 x 23 x 6 ft)
    • Propulsion: 4 diesels, 4 shafts, 14,400 bhp (10,740 kW), 36 knots (67 km/h)
    • Crew: 31
    • Armament: (2) or (4) C802 ASCM, (1) 76 mm OTO DP, (1) 40 mm AA
    • Joshan, Paykan, and Derafsh are (heavily upgraded) Iranian-built versions of the Kaman class, which Iran calls Sina class.[16]
    • The fourth missile boat of this project - Separ was built with a big delay after the first three and was introduced into the Navy only in December 2017.[17]
    • *noteJoshan and Paykan have been issued the same pennant numbers as their Kaman class namesakes in honour of their loss.

Coastal patrol

Parvin

Number Name Note
211 Parvin ex-USS PGM 103
212 Bahram ex-USS PGM 333
213 Nahid ex-USS PGM 122
  • Parvin class (3)
    • Displacement: 98 tons standard, 148 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 30.8 x 6.5 x 2.5 meters (101 x 21.3 x 8.3 ft)
    • Propulsion: 8 GM6-71 diesels, 2 shafts, 2,040 bhp (1,521 kW), 22 knots (41 km/h)(questionable)
    • Crew: 20
    • Armament: (2) Nasr Cruise SSM, (2) 20 mm, (2) 12.7 mm
    • US-built

Kaivan

Number Name
202 Azadi
883 Mehran
  • Kaivan class (2)
    • Displacement: 98 tons standard, 148 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 28.9 x 6.2 x 2 meters (95 x 20.2 x 6.6 ft)
    • Propulsion: 24 NYHMS-1200 diesels(?), 2 shafts, 2,120 bhp(?), 21 knots (39 km/h)
    • Crew: 15
    • Armament: (1) 40 mm, (2) 23 mm, (2) 12.7 mm

Bavar

  • Bavar class (92)[18]
    • Crew: 3
    • Iranian modified, Chinese-built.

Patrol: Inshore

Zafar

  • Zafar class (3)
    • Displacement: 70 tons standard, 82 tons full
    • Dimensions: 85’3" × 19’ × 6’6"
    • Machinery: Diesels, diesel-direct drive; 4 shafts, 3-bladed propellers
    • Max speed: 40 kn
    • Crew: 17
    • Armament: x1 BM-21 MLRS (11NM surface), x2 (1 twin) ZU-23 23 mm gun (2NM AA/surface)
    • Originally North Korean Chaho class, but rebuilt and renamed.

Chinese Cat-14

Azarakhsh 142
  • Chinese Cat-14 (Azarakhsh) (5)
    • Displacement: 20 tons
    • Dimensions: L 23 m, W 4.8 m, Dr 1 m
    • Crew: 10
    • Endurance: 300 NM
    • Speed: 55 kn
    • Powerplant: 2 × 1,150 hp (858 kW)
    • Armament: 4 × TL-10 or C-701 Kowsar light anti-ship missiles, 1 × manned cannon (20 mm?), Short range machine gun
    • Chinese Craft built under license in Iran.

PBF

  • PBF (55)
    • MIG-S-2600 Class (6)
      • Displacement: 70 tons standard, 82 tons full
      • Dimensions: 85’3" × 19’ × 6’6"
      • Machinery: Diesels, diesel-direct drive; 4 shafts, 3-bladed propellers
      • Max Speed: 40 kn
      • Crew: 17
      • Armament: x1 BM-21 MLRS (11NM surface), x2 (1 twin) ZU-23 23 mm gun (2NM AA/surface)
      • Iranian built, developed from North Korean Chaho class
    • Mk III Class (9)
      • Displacement: 28 tons standard, 36 tons full load
      • Dimensions: L: 19.78 m × B: 5.50 m × D: 1.80
      • Speed: 26 kn
      • Armament: 20 mm cannon
      • US-built, 20 originally delivered
    • MIG-G-1900 Class (20)
    • MIG-S-1800 Class (20)
      • Displacement: 22 tons standard
      • Dimensions: L: 56’1 × B:15’1 × D:4 ft
      • Crew: 7
      • Speed: 18 kn
      • Armament: 1× .50 cal machine gun, 1NM AA/surface
      • Iranian built, based on American PCI-class delivered in the 1970s.

PTF

  • PTF (20)
    • Peykaap (IPS-16) class (10)
      • Displacement: 13.75 tons
      • Dimensions: L 16.3 m, W 3.75m, Dr 0.67 m, H 1.93 m
      • Crew: 3
      • Endurance: 320 NM
      • Speed: 52kn
      • Powerplant: 2 × 1,200 hp (890 kW)
      • Armament: 2 × 324 mm (12.75") torpedo tubes, small-arms
      • North-Korean built
    • Tir (IPS-18) Class (10)
      • Displacement: 28.16 tons
      • Dimensions: L 21.12 m, W 5.77m, Dr 0.87 m H 2.1m
      • Crew: 6
      • Endurance: 450 NM
      • Speed: 52 kn
      • Powerplant: 3 × 1,200 hp (890 kW)
      • Armament: 2 × 533 mm (21") torpedo tubes (carries Hoot), 1 × manned 12.7 mm HMG
      • North-Korean built

Hovercraft

Peykaap

  • Peykaap-class fast attack craft (74)[19][20]
    • Armament: 2× Kowsar Missile, torpedo tubes
    • Iranian built
  • miscellaneous small craft (200+)

Mine layers

  • Hejaz LST (3) According to Global Security

Mine countermeasures

Number Class Name
311 Riazi Harischi
312 Riazi Riazi
  • Riazi class (Cape class) (2)
  • Shahrokh MSC (1)
  • 292 MSC (2)

Amphibious

Support

Kharg

Number Type Name Year
431 Replenishment ship Kharg 1984
  • Kharg class (1) - modified Ol-class design
    • Displacement: 33,014 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 207.15 x 25.5 x 9.14 meters (679.5 x 83.5 x 30 ft)
    • Propulsion: Steam turbines, 2 boilers, 1 shaft, 26,870 shp (20,037 kW), 21 knots (39 km/h)
    • Crew: approx. 250
    • Aviation: aft helicopter deck and hangar; 3 Sea King helos
    • Cargo: ??
    • Armament: 1 76 mm OTO DP, 6 dual 23 mm AA
    • UK-built by Swan Hunter 1976-1978; delivered 1984 refitted 1993.

Bandar Abbas

Number Type Name Year
421 Light replenishment ship Bandar Abbas 1973
422 Light replenishment ship Bushehr 1974
  • Bandar Abbas class (2)
    • Displacement: 4,673 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 108 x 16.6 x 4.5 meters (354 x 54.5 x 14.5 ft)
    • Propulsion: 2 diesels, 2 shafts, 12,000 bhp (8,900 kW), 20 knots (37 km/h)
    • Crew: 60
    • Aviation: aft helicopter deck and hangar; 1 light helo
    • Cargo: ??
    • Armament: 2 dual 23 mm AA, 2 20 mm AA
    • German built. Now used for patrol duties.

Delvar

Number Type Name
XXX Cargo ship Delvar
XXX Cargo ship Charak
482 Cargo ship Chiroo
XXX Cargo ship Souru
XXX Water tanker Dilim
XXX Water tanker Sirjan
XXX Water tanker Dayer
  • Delvar class (7)
    • Displacement: approx. 1,300 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 63.45 x 11 x 3.03 meters (208 x 36 x 10 ft)
    • Propulsion: 2 diesels, 2 shafts, 1,560 bhp (1,163 kW), 9-11 knots
    • Crew: 20
    • Armament: 1 dual 23 mm AA
    • Pakistani-built. Configurations vary. Completed 1978-82. Can be used as minelayers.
Delvar-class cargo ship Chiroo in 2010

Hendijan

Number Name Commissioned
XXX Khoramshahr 1985
XXX Macham 1985
1401 Hendijan 1987
1402 Sirik 1989
1403 Konarak 1988
1404 Gavatar 1990
1405 Moqam 1992
1406 Bahregan 1992
1407 Kalat 1987
1408 Ganaveh 1988
1409 Rostami 1995
1410 Nayband 1992
  • Hendijan class (12) General purpose tenders (MIG-S-4700)[21]

Kangan

Number Type Name Year
411 Water tanker Kangan 1979
412 Water tanker Teheri 1979
XXX Water tanker Shahid Marjani 1979
XXX Water tanker Amir 1979
  • Kangan class (4)
    • Displacement: 12,000 tons full load
    • Dimensions: 147.95 x 21.5 x 5 meters (485.5 x 70.5 x 16.5 ft)
    • Propulsion: 1 diesel, 1 shaft, 7,385 bhp (5,507 kW), 12 knots (22 km/h)
    • Crew: 20
    • Cargo: 9,000 cubic meters
    • Armament: 1 dual 23 mm AA, 2 12.7 mm MG
    • Indian-built. Now used for patrol duties.

Other

  • AT (tug) (1)
  • Training craft (2)

See also

References

  1. ^ John Pike. "Iranian Warships". Globalsecurity.org. Retrieved 2010-06-06.
  2. ^ "IPCS | Institute Of Peace & Conflict Studies". www.ipcs.org. Archived from the original on May 1, 2007.
  3. ^ "Iran Submarine Capabilities". Nuclear Threat Initiative. Retrieved 8 October 2015.
  4. ^ "PressTV". presstv.com.
  5. ^ a b c John Pike. "Iranian Warships". globalsecurity.org. Retrieved 8 October 2015.
  6. ^ "Iran unveils Fateh submarine equipped with cruise missiles". PressTV.
  7. ^ Two new submarines join Iran's naval fleet presstv.com
  8. ^ John Pike. "Al-Sabehat 15 SDV". globalsecurity.org. Retrieved 8 October 2015.
  9. ^ "Iranian naval destroyer sinks in Caspian Sea after crash". The Washington Post. January 1, 2018 – via www.washingtonpost.com.
  10. ^ "Iranian Navy to equip Dena destroyer with VLS system". Navy Recognition. November 2019 – via www.navyrecognition.com.
  11. ^ New frigate joins Iranian navy janes.com
  12. ^ "'Sahand' destroyer joins Iran's naval fleet". Mehr News Agency. December 1, 2018.
  13. ^ "PressTV-'Iran Navy set to launch new destroyer'". presstv.com. Retrieved 8 October 2015.
  14. ^ John Pike. "Thondar Fast Attack Missile Boat". globalsecurity.org. Retrieved 8 October 2015.
  15. ^ Names per Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1947–1995 (ISBN 1-55750-132-7) p231
  16. ^ John Pike. "Kaman/Sina Class". globalsecurity.org. Retrieved 8 October 2015.
  17. ^ "'Separ' missile-launching warhsip joins Iran's Navy". 5 December 2017.
  18. ^ "Iran domestic submarines join naval fleet". Presstv.ir. 2009-06-01. Archived from the original on 2009-06-08. Retrieved 2010-06-06.
  19. ^ "Iranian Navy Peykaap class FAC (IPS-16 class) and IRGC Navy Speedboat - IranDefence.net Gallery". Irandefence.net. Retrieved 2010-06-06.
  20. ^ "Fars News Agency :: Iranian Military Gets 74 New Gunboats". English.farsnews.com. 2008-02-22. Archived from the original on 2011-05-22. Retrieved 2010-06-06.
  21. ^ "Koramshahr patol ships (1985-1993)". Navypedia.org. Retrieved 12 May 2020.

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