Vikramaditya, Delhi Class, Rajput Class, Kolkata Class

AIRCRAFT CARRIER : INS Vikramaditya

AIRCRAFT CARRIER : INS Vikramaditya
Name Pennant No Date of Commission
Vikramaditya R 33 16 Nov 2013

DESTROYERS

Delhi Class

The Delhi class destroyers are classified as guided-missile destroyers. The Delhi class vessels are the largest warships to be fully designed and built in India, although they will soon be superseded by the Kolkata class destroyers and the Vikrant class aircraft carrier. These ships have been built at Mazagon Dock Limited in Mumbai.

Delhi Class
Name Pennant No Date of Commission
Mysore D 60 02 Jun 1999
Delhi D 61 15 Nov 1997
Mumbai D 62 22 Jan 2001

Rajput Class

The Rajput class guided-missile destroyers are also known as Kashin-II class. The ships were built in the former Soviet Union.These ships are the first ships in the Indian Navy to deploy the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile systems. The role of Rajput class ships involves protection such as anti-aircraft and anti-submarine warfare for carr ier task force defense against submarines, low-flying aircraft, and cruise missiles.

Rajput Class
Name Pennant No Date of Commission
Rajput D 51 30 Sep 1980
Rana D 52 19 Feb 1982
Ranjit D 53 24 Nov 1983
Ranvir D 54 28 Oct 1986
Ranvijay D 55 15 Jan 1988

Kolkata Class

Kolkata class destroyers are follow-on of the legendary Project 15 ‘Delhi’ class destroyers which entered service in the late 1990s. Conceived and designed by Indian Navy’s Directorate of Naval Design, the ships have been christened after major port cities of India viz. Kolkata, Kochi and Chennai.

Kolkata Class
Name Pennant No Date of Commission
Kolkata D 63 16 Aug 2014
Kochi D 64 30 Sep 2015
Chennai D 65 21 Nov 2016

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