Durance-class Replenishment Oiler

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The Durance-class is a series of multi-product replenishment oilers, originally designed and built for service in the French Navy. Besides the five ships built for the French Navy, three were built for the Royal Australian Navy, and one for the Argentine Navy.

The French are replacing their oilers with the Italian designed Vulcano-class, while the Australians are building a trio of Cantabria-class oilers.

Unit Run[edit | edit source]

France[edit | edit source]

  • MN Durance (A629)
  • MN Marne (A630)
  • MN Somme (A631)
  • MN Meuse (A632)
  • MN Var (A633)

Australia[edit | edit source]

  • HMAS Success (OR-304)
  • HMAS Victory (OR-305)
  • HMAS Challenge (OR-306)

Argentina[edit | edit source]

  • ARA Patagonia (B-1)

See Also[edit | edit source]