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Sunday, 11 November 2018

FLEETS #22: The Royal Navy of the future

Dreadnought class nuclear submarine
Type 26 frigate
The Royal Navy of the future graph illustrates the main surface fleet and submarines of the Navy by the early-2040s (landing ships, tankers, auxiliary vessels, etc. are not included). There are currently several major projects underway that will see upgrades to Royal Navy (RN) capabilities. There are, as of August 2018, thirteen RN ships and submarines under construction: four Astute-class nuclear-powered submarines (boats 4-7), one Dreadnought-class ballistic missile submarine (boat 1 of 4), one Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier (ship 2 of 2), one City class (Type 26) frigate (ships 3 of 8) and four River-class Batch II ocean-going patrol vessels (ships 2-5). Early design and preparation work has begun on a fleet of at least five general-purpose frigates known as the Type 31

The Royal Navy of the future. High resolution image here.

5 comments:

  1. Can you please do an infographic about Indian Navy Ships?

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    1. I have started already! It is not easy but I will do it.

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    2. Thank you so much. Looking forward to it.

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    1. If you read the article you will find the answer. If you still do not find the answer then I expect to know from you all the future RFA (mid-2040s). Then I will add them.
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