The following is a list of ships, boats, and submarines utilized by the Adanese Navy.

The navy currently maintains 258 ships, 242 of which are active, has 10 under construction, and a further 21 planned, as well as 31 auxiliary ships, for a total of 324 vessels. As per the 2013 NAR Strategic Outlook, it is planned that in 2020, the navy will have 270 ships, including 250 active, none under construction or on order, and 30 auxiliary, for a 300-ship navy. The long-term plan, for 2050, is to reduce the navy's size to 200 ships.


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Surface ships[edit | edit source]

Aircraft carriers[edit | edit source]

Kemal Atatürk class[edit | edit source]

The Atatürk class is Adana's first nuclear-powered carrier class.

  • ARS Kemal Talley (ACN-01)
  • ARS Sabiha Gökçen (ACN-02)
  • ARS Christopher Nevlin (ACN-03)
  • ARS Mehmet Sebancı (ACN-04)
  • ARS Kaan Bates (ACN-05)
  • ARS Aytaç Yerli (ACN-06)

Independence class[edit | edit source]

The Independence-class aircraft carriers are the world's largest, and are capable of launching up to 5 aircraft at any given time.

  • ARS Independence (ACN-10)
  • ARS Liberty (ACN-11)
  • ARS Freedom (ACN-12)
  • ARS Sovereignty (ACN-13)

Tern class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Tern (ACN-14)
  • ARS Plover (ACN-15)
  • ARS Fulmar (ACN-16)

Air-cushioned landing craft[edit | edit source]

Bastok class[edit | edit source]

Consists of about 75 craft.

Amphibious transport ships[edit | edit source]

Miracle class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Miracle (ATS-1), retired 4 May 2015, undergoing conversion to museum ship
  • ARS Lake Van (ATS-2), retired 4 May 2015, sunk as artificial reef
  • ARS Marmara Bay (ATS-3), retired 4 May 2015, sunk as artificial reef

Sand Island class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Sand Island (ATS-4)
  • ARS Tarsus (ATS-5)
  • ARS Eris Bay (ATS-6)
  • ARS Alexander City (ATS-7)
  • ARS Embersville (ATS-8)
  • ARS Salda (ATS-9), Reserve Fleet
  • ARS Fort McAfee (ATS-10), Reserve Fleet
  • ARS Owl Island (ATS-11), Reserve Fleet

Albion class (United Kingdom)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Edmundsbury (ATS-12)
  • ARS Waveney (ATS-13)
  • ARS Haverhill (ATS-14)

Bay class (United Kingdom)[edit | edit source]

Modified Rotterdam class (The Netherlands)

  • ARS Kralingen (ATS-15)

    Bay class landing ship dock

  • ARS Rozenburg (ATS-16)

Mistral class (France)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Languedoc (ATS-17)

San Antonio class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Santa Ana (ATS-18)
  • ARS Port Nimitz (ATS-19)
  • ARS Port Sandecker (ATS-20)
  • ARS Port Pitt (ATS-21)
  • ARS Cape Girardeau (ATS-22)

Crowne Beach class[edit | edit source]

Battlecruisers[edit | edit source]

Ararat class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Ararat (BC-1), retired 31 October 2015
  • ARS Byrd (BC-2), retired 19 December 2015
  • ARS Dew (BC-3), retired 17 November 2016
  • ARS Mackenzie (BC-4), to be retired 2018
  • ARS Vernon (BC-5)

Glubina class[edit | edit source]

Design based on scaled-down Miracle V class battleship.

Glubina class battlecruiser

  • ARS Glubina (BC-6)
  • ARS Kalana (BC-7), undergoing sea trials
  • ARS Waldreich (BC-8), under construction
  • ARS Schirm (BC-9), under construction
  • ARS Vinson (BC-10), planned

Battleships[edit | edit source]

Miracle IV class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Miracle IV (BN-1), retired 13 April 2015, undergoing conversion to museum ship
  • ARS Faithful (BN-2), retired 19 December 2015, awaiting conversion to museum ship
  • ARS Endurance (BN-4), to be retired 2018

Splendor class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Splendor (BPN-8)

Alpha class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Alpha (BPN-9), undergoing sea trials

Miracle V class[edit | edit source]

The Miracle V class of battleships are to be the replacements for the aging Miracle IV class in place of the Alpha class, which was shown to have several major deficiencies. Current designs indicate that the Miracle V class may be guided missile battleships instead of a pulsed-energy projectile type.

  • ARS Miracle V (BGN-11)

    Miracle V class battleship

  • ARS Intrepid (BGN-12), undergoing sea trials
  • ARS Fiend (BGN-13), under construction
  • ARS Vixen (BGN-14), under construction
  • ARS Havoc (BGN-15), planned
  • ARS Harrowing (BGN-16), planned

Command ships[edit | edit source]

New Alexander City class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS New Alexander City (XS-1)
  • ARS Anavarza (XS-2)
  • ARS Anchorage (XS-3)
  • ARS Bering (XS-4)
  • ARS Brunswick (XS-5)
  • ARS Douçhe (XS-6)
  • ARS Ezurum (XS-7)
  • ARS İncirlik (XS-8)
  • ARS Grunwald (XS-9)
  • ARS Norfolk (XS-10)
  • ARS November City (XS-11)
  • ARS Oured (XS-12)

Absalon class (Denmark)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Pulchella (XS-13), Reserve Fleet
  • ARS Saint Louis (XS-14), Reserve Fleet

Corvettes & Fast attack boats[edit | edit source]

Ada class (Turkey)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Diamond (QA-11)
  • ARS Emerald (QA-12)
  • ARS Ruby (QA-13)
  • ARS Sapphire (QA-14)
  • ARS Turquoise (QA-15)

    Ada class corvette

  • ARS Aquamarine (QA-16)
  • ARS Jade (QA-17)
  • ARS Topaz (QA-18)
  • ARS Quartz (QA-19)
  • ARS Amber (QA-20)
  • ARS Pearl (QA-21)
  • ARS Onyx (QA-22)

Pegasus class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Aries (QA-25)
  • ARS Taurus (QA-26)
  • ARS Gemini (QA-27)
  • ARS Cancer (QA-28)
  • ARS Leo (QA-29)
  • ARS Virgo (QA-30)
  • ARS Libra (QA-31)
  • ARS Scorpio (QA-32)
  • ARS Sagittarius (QA-33)
  • ARS Capricorn (QA-34)
  • ARS Aquarius (QA-35)
  • ARS Pisces (QA-36)

Braunschweig class (Germany)[edit | edit source]

Inherited from Democratic Republic of East Adana

  • ARS West Brook (QA-38), Reserve Fleet
  • ARS Dutch Harbor (QA-39), Reserve Fleet

Visby class (Sweden)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Warberg (QA-40)
  • ARS Tarwater (QA-41)
  • ARS Tucker (QA-42)
  • ARS Carmichael (QA-43)
  • ARS Stinson (QA-44)
  • ARS Smulders (QA-45)
  • ARS Hannigan (QA-46)
  • ARS Erdenay (QA-47)
  • ARS Tekin (QA-48)
  • ARS Gezmiş (QA-49)

Skjold class (Norway)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Albatross (QA-50)
  • ARS Osman (QA-51)

Cruisers[edit | edit source]

Lancer class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Lancer (CC-1)
  • ARS Eclipse (CC-2)
  • ARS Galant (CC-3)
  • ARS Raider (CC-4)
  • ARS Colt (CC-5)
  • ARS Montero (CC-6)
  • ARS Cedia (CC-7)
  • ARS Challenger (CC-8)
  • ARS Endeavor (CC-9)
  • ARS Tredia (CC-16)
  • ARS Cordia (CC-17)
  • ARS Starion (CC-18)
  • ARS Diamante (CC-19)
  • ARS Grunder (CC-20)
  • ARS Grandis (CC-21)
  • ARS Magna (CC-22), 
  • ARS Nimbus (CC-23)
  • ARS Freeca (CC-24)
  • ARS Minica (CC-25)
  • ARS Verada (CC-26)
  • ARS Mirage (CC-27)
  • ARS Sigma (CC-28)
  • ARS Nativa (CC-29)
  • ARS Forte (CC-30)

Destroyers[edit | edit source]

Hariya class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Hariya (DD-1)
  • ARS Yanagida (DD-2)
  • ARS Nishisonogi (DD-3)
Modified Hariya class A[edit | edit source]
  • ARS Kitamatsuura (DDH-4)
Modified Hariya class B[edit | edit source]
  • ARS Shiga (DDG-5)

Atago class (Japan)[edit | edit source]

Modified Arleigh Burke class (United States)

  • ARS Anguirus (DDG-6)
  • ARS Gyaos (DDG-7)
  • ARS Moguera (DDG-8)
  • ARS Kumasogami (DDG-9)
  • ARS Vogt (DDG-26)

    Atago class destroyer

  • ARS Paligulan (DDG-27)
  • ARS Meerwald (DDG-28)
  • ARS Jing Peking (DDG-29)
  • ARS George McKay (DDG-30)
  • ARS Chimenti (DDG-31)
  • ARS Applewhite (DDG-32)
  • ARS Ryu (DDG-33)
  • ARS Hatsuyuki (DDG-34)
  • ARS Tokiwa (DDG-35)
  • ARS Takanawa (DDG-36)
  • ARS Makano (DDG-37)
  • ARS Hayabusa (DDG-38)
  • ARS Akizuki (DDG-39)
  • ARS Enoshima (DDG-40)
  • ARS Asagiri (DDG-41)
  • ARS Abukuma (DDG-42)
  • ARS Oyashio (DDG-43)
  • ARS Kirishima (DDG-44)
  • ARS Chokai (DDG-45)
  • ARS Zipang (DDG-46)
  • ARS Mirai (DDG-47)
  • ARS Mutsu (DDG-48)
  • ARS Umidori (DDG-49)
  • ARS Kuma (DDG-50)

Iroquois class (Canada)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS George Vancouver (DDH-10), to be retired in 2020

    Iroquois class destroyer

  • ARS Nichola Goddard (DDH-11), to be retired in 2020
  • ARS Thomas Prince (DDG-12), to be retired in 2020
  • ARS Maurice Baril (DDG-13), to be retired in 2020
  • ARS Robert Timberell (DDG-14), to be retired in 2020

Zumwalt class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Gotengo (DDG-15), under construction, introduction in 2019
  • ARS Atragon (DDG-54), planned, for introduction in 2020
  • ARS Eclair (DDG-55), planned, for introduction in 2020
  • ARS Karyu (DDG-56), planned, for introduction in 2020
  • ARS Rumbling (DDG-57), planned, for introduction in 2020

Vulcan class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Vulcan (DDG-16)
  • ARS Phalanx (DDG-17)
  • ARS Panther (DDG-18)
  • ARS Avenger (DDG-19)
  • ARS Spectres (DDG-20)
  • ARS Gatling (DDG-21)
  • ARS Zenith (DDG-22)
  • ARS Breda (DDG-23)
  • ARS Browning (DDG-24)
  • ARS Beretta (DDG-25)

Daring class (United Kingdom)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Diligent (DD-51)

    Type 45 (Daring) class destroyer

  • ARS Doughty (DD-52)
  • ARS Dominant (DD-53)

Frigates[edit | edit source]

G class (Turkey)[edit | edit source]

Modernized Oliver Hazard Perry class (United States)

  • ARS Hadis Açıkgöz (FFG-1)
  • ARS Ertuğrul Duruöz (FFG-2)

    G class frigate

  • ARS Demet Kınay (FFG-3)
  • ARS James Patillo (FFG-4)
  • ARS Muhtar Kent (FFG-5)
  • ARS Gavin Jones (FFG-6)
  • ARS Sabahattin Gölhan (FFG-7)
  • ARS Fevzi Artunkal (FFG-8)
  • ARS Monique Konaré (FFG-9), Reserve Fleet
  • ARS Calbraith Rodgers (FFG-10), Reserve Fleet

La Fayette class (France)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Veyron (FFG-11)
  • ARS Reno (FFG-12)
  • ARS Tatopulous (FFG-13)
  • ARS Dupre (FFG-14)

De Zeven Provinciën class (The Netherlands)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Mitropoulos (FFG-15)

    De Zeven Provincien class frigate

  • ARS Hague (FFG-16)
  • ARS Breda (FFG-17)
  • ARS Eindhoven (FFG-18)
  • ARS Almere (FFG-19)
  • ARS Griningen (FFG-20)

Littoral combat ships[edit | edit source]

Freedom class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Mugu Bay (LCV-1)
  • ARS Toho Bay (LCV-2)
  • ARS Sitka Strait (LCV-3)

Mine warfare & countermeasure ships[edit | edit source]

Ensdorf class (Germany)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Dempsey (MW-3)
  • ARS Dhawan (MW-4)
  • ARS Hazlewood (MW-5)
  • ARS Bader (MW-6)

A class (Turkey)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Abeking (MW-7)

    A class minehunter

  • ARS Akhtar (MW-8)
  • ARS Anatre (MW-10)

McCaffrey class mine corvette[edit | edit source]

  • ARS McCaffrey (MW-9)
  • ARS Blade (MW-11)
  • ARS Luna (MW-12)
  • ARS Alkin (MW-13)
  • ARS Preston (MW-14)

Patrol ship[edit | edit source]

Sea Fighter class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Viper (PS-1)

    Sea Fighter class littoral combat ship

  • ARS Hornet (PS-2)
  • ARS Eagle (PS-3)
  • ARS Lightning (PS-4)
  • ARS Mustang (PS-5)
  • ARS Harrier (PS-6)
  • ARS Prowler (PS-7)
  • ARS Cheetah (PS-8)
  • ARS Tornado (PS-9)
  • ARS Sabre (PS-10)

Stealth incursion transports[edit | edit source]

Sea Shadow class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Shadow (IT-1)

    Sea Shadow class stealth technology demonstrator

  • ARS Spirit (IT-2)

S/VTOL carriers[edit | edit source]

Hyūga class (Japan)[edit | edit source]

Canberra class (Australia)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Alexander Burton (SC-3)

Cyclone class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Cyclone (SCN-4)
  • ARS Reaper (SCN-5)
  • ARS Bane (SCN-6)
  • ARS Squall (SCN-7)

Submersible boats[edit | edit source]

Attack submarines[edit | edit source]

Virginia Class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Elizabeth City (SAN-5)

    ARS Elizabeth City

  • ARS Alconbury (SAN-6)
  • ARS Esenboğa (SAN-7)
  • ARS Derince (SAN-8)
  • ARS Bafra (SAN-9)
  • ARS Rize (SAN-10)
  • ARS Saint Edmunds (SAN-11)
  • ARS Simonds (SAN-12)
  • ARS Sorgun (SAN-13)

Megalon class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Megalon (SAN-14)
  • ARS Ebirah (SAN-15)
  • ARS Maguma (SAN-16)
  • ARS Bloodfish (SAN-17)
  • ARS Orochi (SAN-18)
  • ARS Zigra (SAN-19)
  • ARS Satsuma (SAN-20)

Astute class (United Kingdom)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Javelin (SAN-35)
  • ARS Wenlock (SAN-36)
  • ARS Mandeville (SAN-37)
  • ARS Stratford (SAN-38)
  • ARS Sullivan (SAN-39)

Yasen class (Russian Federation)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Khil (SAN-40)
  • ARS Iyuli (SAN-41), under construction

Barracuda class (France)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Davenport (SAN-42)
  • ARS Barczak (SAN-43)

Ballistic missile submarines[edit | edit source]

Scinfaxi class[edit | edit source]

Guided missile submarines[edit | edit source]

Ohio class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Cleveland (SGN-28)
  • ARS Portland (SGN-29)
  • ARS Swanson (SGN-30)

Zephyr class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Zephyr (SGN-31)
  • ARS Landon (SGN-32)
  • ARS Rhapsody (SGN-33)
  • ARS Allegro (SGN-34)

Miniature attack submersibles[edit | edit source]

Mini attack subs are quite powerful, even for their small size. They are generally manned by 2 sailors, though newer models can be remotely operated; and are deployed from Scinfaxi-class submarines for sub-to-sub and sub-to-surface combat.

Auxiliary vessels[edit | edit source]

Defense Testbed Ships[edit | edit source]

"2010" class[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Ballard (DTS-2)

Modified Miracle IV class battleship[edit | edit source]

Hospital ships[edit | edit source]

Modified Sand Island class ATS[edit | edit source]

  • RAHS Asclepius (HS-7)
  • RAHS Aceso (HS-8)
  • RAHS Iaso (HS-9)

Repair and replenishment ships[edit | edit source]

Berlin class (Germany)[edit | edit source]

  • ARAS Kohl (RS-1)
  • ARAS Mannheim (RS-2)
  • ARAS Onur (RS-3)
  • ARAS Özdemir (RS-4)
  • ARAS Bachmann (RS-5)

Submarine tenders (Surface)[edit | edit source]

Foster class[edit | edit source]

  • ARAS Foster (ST-1)
  • ARAS Fowlkes (ST-2)

Submarine tenders (Submersible)[edit | edit source]

Anea class[edit | edit source]

  • ARAS Anea (ST-4)
  • ARAS Emmeria (ST-5)
  • ARAS Estovakia (ST-6)
  • ARAS Nordennavic (ST-7)

Transport ships[edit | edit source]

Lewis and Clark class (United States)[edit | edit source]

  • ARAS Drouillard (MT-1)

    ARAS Drouillard

  • ARAS Marquart (MT-2)
  • ARAS Ducey (MT-3)
  • ARAS Porter (MT-4)
  • ARAS Lee (MT-5)
  • ARAS Chalayan (MT-6)
  • ARAS Sahin (MT-7)
  • ARAS Bir (MT-8)
  • ARAS Akurgal (MT-9)
  • ARAS Tanyu (MT-10)
  • ARAS Camondo (MT-11)
  • ARAS Çelebi (MT-12)
  • ARAS Mahruki (MT-13)
  • ARAS Chahon (MT-14)
  • ARAS Simms (MT-15)
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