Warships

Ministry of Defence written question – answered on 3rd July 2019.

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Photo of Deidre Brock Deidre Brock Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Devolved Government Relations), Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Environment and Rural Affairs), Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Wales)

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many ships and submarines of each type are in service in each branch of the armed forces; and where each ship and submarine is based.

Photo of Stuart Andrew Stuart Andrew Assistant Whip, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Defence

The following table lists how many ships and submarines of each type are in service in the Royal Navy and where each ship and submarine is based as at 1 June 2019.

Naval Vessels in Service as at 1 June 2019

Type of Vessel

No

Based

Aircraft Carrier

1

HMNB Portsmouth

Type 45 Destroyer

6

HMNB Portsmouth

Type 23 Frigate

5

HMNB Portsmouth

Hunt Class Mine Counter Measure Vessel

6

HMNB Portsmouth

Offshore Patrol Vessel – River Class

4

HMNB Portsmouth

Inshore Patrol Boat

14

HMNB Portsmouth

Offshore Patrol Vessel - Helicopters

1

HMNB Portsmouth

Landing Platform Dock

2

HMNB Devonport

Type 23 Frigate

8

HMNB Devonport

Ocean Survey Vessel

1

HMNB Devonport

Survey Vessel Hydrographic/Oceanographic

2

HMNB Devonport

Inshore Survey Vessel

1

HMNB Devonport

Ice Patrol Ship

1

HMNB Devonport

Ship Submersible Nuclear Trafalgar Class

3

HMNB Clyde

Sandown Class Mine Counter Measure Vessel

7

HMNB Clyde

Faslane Patrol Boat Squadron

2

HMNB Clyde

Ship Submersible Nuclear Astute

3

HMNB Clyde

Ship Submersible Ballistic Nuclear

4

HMNB Clyde

Royal Navy Gibraltar Squadron

2

Gibraltar

Fleet Tanker

5

Not base ported

Fleet Replenishment Ship

3

Not base ported

Landing Ship Dock

3

Not base ported

Primary Casualty Receiving Ship/Aviation Training Ship

1

Not base ported

TOTAL

85

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