River-class Offshore Patrol Vessel

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The River-class is a class of offshore patrol vessels built primarily for the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. total of ten are planned for the Royal Navy; four Batch 1 and six Batch 2. The Batch 1 ships of the class replaced the seven ships of the Island-class and the two Castle-class patrol vessels. The Krabi-class is a variation of the River-class design built in Thailand for the Royal Thai Navy. The ten ships of the Port of Spain/Amazona-class in service with both the Brazilian Navy and Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard are also a variation of the River-class design.

Unit Run[edit | edit source]

Royal Navy[edit | edit source]

Batch I[edit | edit source]

  • HMS Tyne (P284)
  • HMS Severn (P285)
  • HMS Mersey (P286)

Modified Batch I[edit | edit source]

  • HMS Clyde (P287)

Batch II[edit | edit source]

  • HMS Forth (P222)
  • HMS Medway (P223)
  • HMS Trent (P224)
  • HMS Tamar (P233)
  • HMS Spey (P234)
  • HMS Ashburne (P235) - fitting out

Brazilian Navy (Amazonas-class)[edit | edit source]

  • NRB Amazonas (P120)
  • NRB Apa (P121)
  • NRB Araguari (P122)
  • NRB Amapari (P123)
  • NRB Aiuruoca (P124)
  • NRB Alcântara (P125)
  • NRB Amandaú (P126)

Royal Thai Navy (Krabi-class)[edit | edit source]

  • HTMS Krabi (PC-551)
  • HTMS Trang (PC-552)
  • HTMS Prachuap Khiri Khan (PC-553) - under construction

Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard (Port of Spain-class)[edit | edit source]

  • Port of Spain (CG50)
  • Scarborough (CG51)
  • San Fernando (CG52)

See Also[edit | edit source]