List of Submarines of the Indian Navy

Last updated on December 7, 2023

List of Submarines of the Indian Navy

INS Shakti It was India’s first indigenously built submarine. The ship is one of the largest in the Indian Navy as it is 175 m in length and 32 m in width. It is a Deepak-class fleet tanker.
INS Chakra The INS Chakra II (K-152 Nerpa) is a 8140 tonne project 518 (NATO Akula II) type nuclear-powered attack submarine. Constituted in 1993, but suspended due to lack of funding. K-152 Nerpa was launched in October 2008 and entered service with the Russian Navy in late 2009. The submarine was leased to the Indian Navy in 2011 and was formally commissioned into service as the INS Chakra II at a ceremony in Vishakhapatnam on 4th April, 2012.
INS Arihant It is a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines. It is India’s first indigenously designed and built nuclear submarine. It is currently under sea trial.
INS Kalvari It is the first of Indian Navy’s six Kalvari class sub-marine being build in India. It is a diesel-electric attack submarine, which is designed by French naval defence and energy company DCNS and being manufactured at Mazagon Dock Limited in Mumbai.
INS Arighat It is the second Arihant-class submarine and the second nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine being built by India. It was launched on 19th November, 2017.
INS Khanderi It is the second of the Indian Navy’s six Kalvari-class submarines being built in India. It is a diesel-electric attack submarine. It was launched on 12th January, 2017.
INS Karanj Third submarine of the first batch of six kalvari class submarines. It is a diesel-electric attack submarine, that was launched on 31th January 2018.
INS Vikrant The first Aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy was INS Vikrant. India purchased the INS Vikrant from the United Kingdom in 1957.
INS Viraat INS Viraat is a centaur class aircraft carrier currently in service with the Indian Navy. The Viraat was completed and commissioned in 1959, as the Royal Navy’s HMS Hermes and transferred to India in 1987.
INS Prahar It is the world’s fastest missile ship commissioned in 1997. It is a veer-class Corvette.
INS Delhi It is India’s largest and most sophisticated indigenously built warship. It was launched in 1991 at Mazgaon Docks and Commissioned in 1997. It is the leadership of her class of guided missile destroyers.
INS Mysore It is a Delhi class-guided missile destroyer currently in active service with the Indian Navy. INS Mysore was built at Mazgaon Dock Limited in Mumbai and it was commissioned in 1999.
INS Prabal It is a veer class corvette, currently in active service with the Indian Navy. It was built at Mazgaon Dock Limited and Commissioned in 2002.
INS Talwar It is the leadership of the Talwar class frigates of the Indian Navy. Its name means ‘Sword’ in English. It was built in Russia and commissioned into the Indian Navy in 2003.
INS Beas It is a Brahmaputra class frigate of the Indian Navy. It was built at the Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) Kolkata, and it was commissioned in 2005.
INS Kadamba It is India’s largest naval base located near Karwar in Karnataka. It was commissioned in 2005under the project Seabird.
INS Vikramaditya It is India’s biggest ship, an aircraft carrier. It was acquired from Russia. It entered into service with the Indian Navy in 2013.
INS Kolkata It is the lead ship of the Kolkata class-guided missile destroyers of the Indian Navy. It was handed over to the Navy on 10th July 2014.
INS Visakhapatnam It is the lead ship of the Visakhapatnam–class stealth guided-missile destroyers of the Indian Navy.
It is being constructed at Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) and has been launched on 20th April 2015. The ship is expected to get commissioned by 2018.
INS Kavaratti It is an anti-submarine warfare corvette of the Indian Navy.
It is the last of four komodo class corvettes under various stages of induction with the Indian Navy.
The ship was built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers, Kolkata, and launched on 19th May 2015.
INS Kochi Start It is the second ship of the Kolkata–class destroyers built for the Indian Navy.
It is built at Mazagon Dock Limited, Mumbai. She was commissioned to the Indian Navy on 30th September 2015.
It has been built under the code name of project 15 Alpha.

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