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The list of auxiliary ship classes in service includes all auxiliary ships in naval service in the world. For combatant ships, see the list of naval ship classes in service.

Command and support ships[edit | edit source]

Hospital ships[edit | edit source]

  • RFA Argus Primary Casualty Receiving Ship (A135)
    • builder: Italy converted by  United Kingdom
    • Displacement: 28,081 tonnes
    • Operator:  Royal Navy

Replenishment ships[edit | edit source]

  • Berlin class (Type 702) combat support ship
    • Builder:  Germany
    • Displacement: 20,240 tons
    • Operator  German Navy: 2 in service, 1 ordered
  • Ness class stores ship (AFS 8)
    • Builder:  United Kingdom
    • Displacement: 16,800 tons
    • Operator:  United States Navy: 3 in commission, former Royal Navy ships

Tankers and oilers[edit | edit source]

  • Amsterdam fleet oiler
    • Displacement: 17,000 tons
    • Operator:  Netherlands, 1 in service
  • Alyay class fleet oiler (Project 160)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 7,225 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 4 in service
  • Uda class fleet oiler (Project 577)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 7,160 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 5 in service
  • Zuiderkruis fleet oiler
    • Displacement: 16,900 tons
    • Operator:  Netherlands, 1 in service

Tenders[edit | edit source]

  • Elbe class (Type 404) Tender
    • Builder:  Germany
    • Displacement: 3,586 tons
    • Operator  German Navy: 6 in service
  • Malina class submarine tender (Project 2020)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union /  Ukraine
    • Displacement: 13,900 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 3 in service
  • Urga class submarine tender (Project 1886.1)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 9,650 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 2 in service

Service vessels[edit | edit source]

  • Alagez submarine salvage and rescue ship (Project 537)
  • Amur class repair ship (Project 304)
    • Builder:  Poland
    • Displacement: 5,500 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 11 in service
  • Mühlhausen diver support ship
    • Builder:  Germany
    • Displacement: 854 tons
    • Operator:  German Navy: 1 in service
  • Oskol class repair ship (Project 300/301/303)
    • Builder:  Poland
    • Displacement: 2,700 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 8 in service
  • Pelym class degaussing ship (Project 1799)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 1,200 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 17 in service

Tugs[edit | edit source]

  • Goliat class ocean tug (Project 733)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 890 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 25 in service
  • Goryn class fleet tug (Project 563)
    • Builder:  Finland
    • Displacement: 2,200 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 9 in service
  • Habagat class MT Tug (TB-271)
    • Builder:  Philippines
    • Displacement: unknown
    • Operator: Philippine Coast Guard
  • Ingul class salvage tug (Project 1452/1453)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 4,000 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 4 in service
  • Iva class fire rescue tug (Project B-99)
    • Builder:  Poland
    • Displacement: 2,300 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 4 in service
  • Katun class fire tug (Project 1893/1993)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 1,200 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 13 in service
  • Prut class salvage tug (Project 527M)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 3,330 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 2 in service
  • Sliva class salvage tug (Project 712)
    • Builder:  Finland
    • Displacement: 3,000 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 3 in service
  • Sorum class fleet tug (Project 745)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 1,656 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 22 in service

Icebreakers[edit | edit source]

Surveillance and intelligence vessels[edit | edit source]

  • Alpinist class electronic surveillance ships (Project 503M)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 1,140 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 3 in service
  • Lira class electronic surveillance ship (Project 1826)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 4,900 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 1 in service
  • Primor'ye class electronic surveillance ship (Project 394B)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 4,340 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 2 in service
  • Vishnaya class electronic surveillance ship (Project 864)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union
    • Displacement: 3,470 tons
    • Operator:  Russian Navy: 7 in service

Research and scientific vessels[edit | edit source]

  • Echo class survey ship
    • Builder  United Kingdom
    • Displacement: 3,470 tons
    • Operator:  Royal Navy: 2 in commission
  • Moma class survey ship (Project 861)
    • Builder:  Soviet Union /  Poland
    • Displacement: 1,600 tons
    • Operator:  Croatian Navy: 1 in service
  • HMS Scott ocean survey vessel
    • Builder  United Kingdom
    • Displacement: 13,500 tons
    • Operator:  Royal Navy 1 in service

Logistical support ships[edit | edit source]

Search and Rescue Vessels[edit | edit source]

  • San Juan class Search and Rescue Vessel
    • Builder:  Australia
    • Displacement: 540 tons
    • Operator: Philippine Coast Guard: 4 in service
  • Ilocos Norte class Search and Rescue Vessel
    • Builder:  Australia
    • Displacement: 120 tons
    • Operator: Philippine Coast Guard: 4 in service

Training ships[edit | edit source]

See Category:Training ships
  • Type 82 training ship
    • Builder  United Kingdom
    • Displacement: 6,000 tons
    • Operator:  Royal Navy 1 in service

See also[edit | edit source]

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