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San Giorgio-class amphibious assault ship


San Giorgio
Class overview
Name: San Giorgio
Builders: Fincantieri
Operators: Marina Militare Italiana
In commission: 1987
Completed: 3
Active: 3
General characteristics
Type: amphibious assault ship
Displacement: 7,650-7,980(+300 on San Giusto) tons
Length: 133 m (436 ft)
Beam: 20.5 m (67 ft)
Propulsion: 2 x Fincantieri GMT A 420.12 diesel engines
Speed: 21 knots (39 km/h; 24 mph)
Range: 7,500 nautical miles (13,900 km; 8,600 mi) at 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph)
Boats & landing
craft carried:
Three LCM, three LCVP and a patrol craft
Capacity: 350 men with 30 medium tanks or 36 tracked armoured vehicles
Complement: 17 officers, 163 ratings
Sensors and
processing systems:
MM/SPQ 702 search radar, SPN-748 navigation radar, Selex RTN-10X fire control radar
Electronic warfare
& decoys:
Elettronica SpA ECM/ESM suite
Armament: 1 × Otobreda 76 mm gun (removed from San Giorgio and San Marco to increase flight deck space), 2 × 20 mm guns.
Aircraft carried: 3 x Sea King SH-3D or 5 x Agusta Bell AB-212 helicopters
Aviation facilities: Flight deck with three landing spots, no hangar (but San Giusto is capable to move AB212 sized helicopters to and from the vehicle deck)
Notes: San Giusto has a full load displacement 300t greater than the other ships in the class
Ships in class include: San Giorgio (L9892)
San Marco (L9893)
San Giusto (L9894)

Three San Giorgio class amphibious assault ships were built by Fincantieri for the Marina Militare Italiana. These ships can lift a battalion of troops, and up to 36 armoured vehicles. The stern floodable dock can accommodate three landing craft and the flight deck has three landing spots. San Giusto is normally employed as a training ship. The ships are based at the Brindisi naval base on the Adriatic coast.

Ships

Name Pennant number Builder Commissioned
San Giorgio L9892 Fincantieri 1987
San Marco L9893 Fincantieri 1988
San Giusto L9894 Fincantieri 1994

Replacement class

The two oldest vessels of this class are scheduled for replacement. The Italian navy has received the go-ahead to procure two 20,000-ton 190 meters (623 ft.) long amphibious assault ships (Landing Helicopter Dock), with the possibility of a third ship, configured with extensive aviation facilities (Landing Helicopter Assault).[1]

operators

  • Algeria - 1 LPD 9000 tonnes -Delivery 2014 - [2]

References

External links

  • San Giorgio - Naval Technology
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