Shivalik Class, Talwar Class, Kamorta Class

Indian Navy Ships

FRIGATES

Shivalik Class

These are the multi-role frigates and are the first-of-its kind warships built in India incorporating stealth features. The ships of this class have been built by Mazagon Dock Limited, Mumbai. The category- classification is named after the Indian Mountain Ranges by the name of 'Shivalik Hills'.

Shivalik Class
Name Pennant No Date of Commission
Shivalik F 47 29 Apr 2010
Satpura F 48 20 Aug 2011
Sahyadri F 49 21 Jul 2012

Talwar Class

The Talwar class of frigates of Indian Navy have been built in Russia under an Indo-Russian joint production. The Talwar class guided missile frigates are modified Krivak III class frigates from Russia. The Talwar Class has a displacement of 4,000 tons and speed of 30 knots and is capable of accomplishing a wide variety of naval missions, primarily, finding and eliminating enemy submarines and large surface ships. Due to the use of stealth technologies and a special hull design, the resulting frigate features reduced radar cross section (RCS) as well as electromagnetic, acoustic and infrared signatures.

Talwar Class
Name Pennant No Date of Commission
Talwar F 40 18 Jun 2003
Trishul F 43 25 Jun 2003
Tabar F 44 19 Apr 2004
Teg F 45 27 Apr 2012
Tarkash F 50 12 Nov 2012
Trikand F 51 29 Jun 2013

Kamorta Class

INS Kamorta is first of the four ASW Stealth Corvettes designed by the Navy’s in-house organisation, the Directorate of Naval Design (DND), under Project 28, with an indigenous component of about 90%. Measuring 110 meters in length, 14 meters in breadth and displacing 3500 tons, the ship can achieve speed of 25 Knots. The ship is fitted with Anti-submarine Rockets and Torpedoes, Medium and Close-in Weapon Systems and indigenous surveillance radar Revathi. The ship is also capable of carrying an integral ASW helicopter.

Kamorta Class
Name Pennant No Date of Commission
Kamorta P 28 23 Aug 2014
Kadmatt P 29 07 Jan 2016
Kiltan P 30 16 Oct 2017

NOTE:- All Ships are prefixed with letters 'INS' when being referred to by their Indian Navy designated Names