Toho Bay Federal Shipyard
Toho Defne Federal Tersanesi

Type

Shipyard

Owner

Department of Defence
Bureau of the Navy

Location

NW Newport

Built

1998–2004

In use

2002–present

The Toho Bay Federal Shipyard is a facility of the Bureau of the Navy in the Province of Newport for the building, remodelling, and repairing the Navy's most advanced domestic ships. It is among the newest and largest industrial facilities that belong to the Adanese government. Located in a secluded area on the shores of Toho Bay, the yard employs high levels of security to keep Adana's top-of-the-line maritime weapons systems safe and secretive.

History[edit | edit source]

The Toho Bay Shipyard was built for the Bureau of the Navy to provide a secure location to construct the Independence class aircraft carriers and Scinfaxi class submarines.

A one-off broad gauge rail line was constructed to connect the yard with shipbuilding facilities at Norfolk Naval Station to improve logistics.

Ships constructed[edit | edit source]

Independence class aircraft carrier[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Independence, launched 2005, returned January 2011 for overhaul
  • ARS Liberty, launched 2007, returned April 2011 for overhaul
  • ARS Freedom, launched 2008, returns September 2013 for overhaul
  • ARS Sovereignty, launched April 2011

Scinfaxi class multirole submarine[edit | edit source]

Tern class aircraft carrier[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Tern, launched 2007
  • ARS Plover, launched 2008
  • ARS Fulmar, launched 2010

Alpha class battleship[edit | edit source]

Miracle V class battleship[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Miracle V
  • ARS Intrepid
  • ARS Fiend
  • ARS Vixen
  • ARS Havoc
  • ARS Harrowing

Glubina class battlecruiser[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Glubina
  • ARS Kalana
  • ARS Waldreich
  • ARS Schirm
  • ARS Vinson

Crowne Beach class amphibious transport ship[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Crowne Beach
  • ARS Halle Beach
  • ARS Caranda Beach

"2010" class defence testbed ship[edit | edit source]

  • ARS Ballard, launched 2011 and based at the yard
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