Damen Naval is a Dutch shipyard, and a continuation of the Koninklijke Maatschappij De Schelde, responsible for a number of ships used by the Royal Netherlands Navy. It is owned by the Damen Group. Damen Naval is situated in Vlissingen.
|Products||Warships and Patrol boats|
The company was founded October 8, 1875, as the NV Koninklijke Maatschappij De Schelde (KMS) after shipbuilder Arie Smit had taken over the Marine Etablissement the wharf owned by the Dutch navy. Besides shipbuilding and repair, the company also builds machines, engines, steam turbines, airplanes, and light-metal products. Koninklijk is a royal title granted by the Dutch Crown.
In 1965 the company merged with the NV Rotterdamsche Droogdok Maatschappij (RDM) and the NV Motorenfabriek Thomassen of De Steeg, which resulted in the founding, on March 4, 1966, of the Rijn-Schelde Machinefabrieken en Scheepswerven NV (RSMS). Pressured by the Dutch government the Verolme Verenigde Scheepswerven NV was added, and this was the start of Rijn-Schelde-Verolme Machinefabrieken en Scheepswerven NV (RSV). RSV went under and split up, and its shares were taken over by the government and the province of Zeeland. Its name was changed to Koninklijke Schelde Groep BV (KSG) in 1991. In 2000 the government and the province sold their shares to the Damen Group of Gorinchem, and KSG became the company's branch charged with building larger ships for naval and coastguard duty.
|Evertsen||Evertsen class||Royal Netherlands Navy||29 September 1894||Decommissioned in 1913|
|Diponegoro||Diponegoro class||Indonesian Navy||September 2006||In active service|
|Sultan Hasanuddin||Diponegoro class||Indonesian Navy||September 2006||In active service|
|Sultan Iskandar Muda||Diponegoro class||Indonesian Navy||May 2006||In active service|
|Frans Kaisiepo||Diponegoro class||Indonesian Navy||June 2008||In active service|
|Zeeland||Holland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||20 March 1897||Decommissioned in 1924|
|Noordbrabant||Holland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||1 March 1900||Scuttled in 1940||After her decommissioning in 1920 the ship was rebuilt as an accommodation ship.|
|Java||Java class||Royal Netherlands Navy||6 August 1921||Sunk on 27 February 1942||Got hit by a Long Lance torpedo during the Battle of the Java Sea. The torpedo was fired from the Japanese cruiser Nachi.|
|Wolf||Wolf class||Royal Netherlands Navy||1910||Decommissioned in 1924|
|Fret||Wolf class||Royal Netherlands Navy||1910||Decommissioned in 1922|
|Bulhond||Wolf class||Royal Netherlands Navy||1911||Decommissioned in 1927|
|Jakhals||Wolf class||Royal Netherlands Navy||1912||Decommissioned in 1928|
|Lynx||Wolf class||Royal Netherlands Navy||1912||Decommissioned in 1928|
|Hermelijn||Wolf class||Royal Netherlands Navy||1913||Decommissioned in 1925|
|Van Ghent||Admiralen class||Royal Netherlands Navy||23 October 1926||Scuttled on 15 February 1942||Scuttled by the Dutch destroyer Banckert.|
|Philips van Almonde||Gerard Callenburgh class||Royal Netherlands Navy||-||not completed due to WWII||Demolished on the slipway on 17 May 1940. Wreck scrapped by the Germans.|
|Isaac Sweers||Gerard Callenburgh class||Royal Netherlands Navy||16 March 1940||Sunk on 13 November 1942||Hit by two torpedoes from the German submarine U-431|
|Zeeland||Holland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||27 June 1953||Decommissioned in 1979|
|Noord-Brabant||Holland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||28 November 1953||Decommissioned in 1974||She was decommissioned after being severely damaged in a collision.|
|Limburg||Friesland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||5 September 1955||Sold to the Peruvian Navy in 1980||In the Peruvian Navy known as BAP Capitan Quiñones|
|Utrecht||Friesland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||2 June 1956||Sold to the Peruvian Navy in 1980||In the Peruvian Navy known as BAP Castilla|
|Van Galen||Van Speijk class||Royal Netherlands Navy||19 June 1965||Sold to Indonesia in 1987||Known in the Indonesian Navy as Yos Sudarso.|
|Van Nes||Van Speijk class||Royal Netherlands Navy||26 March 1966||Sold to Indonesia in 1986||Known in the Indonesian Navy as Oswald Siahaan.|
|Evertsen||Van Speijk class||Royal Netherlands Navy||18 June 1966||Sold to Indonesia in 1989||Known in the Indonesian Navy as Abdul Halim Perdanakusuma.|
|Tromp||Tromp class||Royal Netherlands Navy||4 June 1973||Decommissioned in 1999|
|De Ruyter||Tromp class||Royal Netherlands Navy||9 March 1974||Decommissioned in 2001||Her bridge, radar, and gun have been preserved by the Dutch Navy Museum in Den Helder, North Holland.|
|Kortenaer||Kortenaer class||Royal Netherlands Navy||18 December 1976||Decommissioned in 1997||Sold to the Hellenic Navy as Kountouriotes (Κουντουριώτης).|
|Callenburgh||Kortenaer class||Royal Netherlands Navy||26 March 1977||Decommissioned in 1994||Sold to the Hellenic Navy as Adrias (Αδρίας).|
|Van Kinsbergen||Kortenaer class||Royal Netherlands Navy||16 April 1977||Decommissioned in 1995||Sold to the Hellenic Navy as Navarinon (Ναυαρίνον).|
|Banckert||Kortenaer class||Royal Netherlands Navy||30 September 1978||Decommissioned in 1993||Sold to the Hellenic Navy as Aegaeon (Αιγαίον).|
|Piet Hein||Kortenaer class||Royal Netherlands Navy||3 June 1978||Decommissioned in 1998||Sold to the United Arab Emirates as Al Emirat.|
|Abraham Crijnssen||Kortenaer class||Royal Netherlands Navy||16 May 1981||Decommissioned in 1997||Sold to the United Arab Emirates as Abu Dhabi.|
|Jan van Brakel||Kortenaer class||Royal Netherlands Navy||16 May 1981||Decommissioned in 2001||Sold to the Hellenic Navy as Kanaris (Κανάρης).|
|Pieter Florisz||Kortenaer class||Royal Netherlands Navy||8 May 1982||Decommissioned in 2001||Sold to the Hellenic Navy as Bouboulina (Μπουμπουλίνα). Decommissioned in 2013.|
|Jacob van Heemskerck||Jacob van Heemskerck class||Royal Netherlands Navy||5 November 1983||Sold to Chile in 2005||Known in the Chilean Navy as Almirante Latorre (named after Juan José Latorre). The frigate is in active service.|
|Witte de With||Jacob van Heemskerck class||Royal Netherlands Navy||25 August 1984||Sold to Chile in 2005||Known in the Chilean Navy as Capitán Prat (named after Arturo Prat). The frigate is in active service.|
|Karel Doorman||Karel Doorman class||Royal Netherlands Navy||20 April 1988||Decommissioned in 2006||Sold to Belgium as Leopold I in 2005.|
|Willem van der Zaan||Karel Doorman class||Royal Netherlands Navy||21 January 1989||Decommissioned in 2006||Sold to Belgium as Louise-Marie in 2005.|
|Tjerk Hiddes||Karel Doorman class||Royal Netherlands Navy||9 December 1989||Decommissioned on 3 February 2006||Sold to Chilean Navy in 2007, renamed as Almirante Riveros.|
|Van Amstel||Karel Doorman class||Royal Netherlands Navy||19 May 1990||In active service|
|Abraham van der Hulst||Karel Doorman class||Royal Netherlands Navy||7 September 1991||Decommissioned in 2004||Sold to Chilean Navy in 2006, renamed as Almirante Blanco Encalada.|
|Van Nes||Karel Doorman class||Royal Netherlands Navy||16 May 1992||Decommissioned on 20 December 2007||Sold to Portuguese Navy in 2006, renamed as Bartolomeu Dias.|
|Van Galen||Karel Doorman class||Royal Netherlands Navy||21 November 1992||Decommissioned in 2009||Sold to Portuguese Navy in 2006, renamed as D. Francisco de Almeida.|
|Van Speijk||Karel Doorman class||Royal Netherlands Navy||26 March 1994||In active service|
|De Zeven Provinciën||De Zeven Provinciën class||Royal Netherlands Navy||8 April 2000||In active service|
|Tromp||De Zeven Provinciën class||Royal Netherlands Navy||7 April 2001||In active service|
|De Ruyter||De Zeven Provinciën class||Royal Netherlands Navy||13 April 2002||In active service|
|Evertsen||De Zeven Provinciën class||Royal Netherlands Navy||19 April 2003||In active service|
|Tarik Ben Ziyad||Sigma class||Royal Moroccan Navy||12 July 2010||In active service||Sigma 10513 version.|
|Sultan Moulay Ismail||Sigma class||Royal Moroccan Navy||4 February 2011||In active service||Sigma 9813 version.|
|Allal Ben Abdellah||Sigma class||Royal Moroccan Navy||October 2011||In active service||Sigma 9813 version.|
|Raden Edi Martadinata||Martadinata class||Indonesian Navy||18 January 2016||In active service||Two modules of this frigate were built at Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding, while the remaining four were built at PT PAL.|
|I Gusti Ngurah Rai||Martadinata class||Indonesian Navy||29 September 2016||In active service||Two modules of this frigate were built at Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding, while the remaining four were built at PT PAL.|
|Benito Juárez||Reformador class||Mexican Navy||6 February 2020||In active service||Two modules of this frigate were built at Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding, while the remaining four were built at ASTIMAR 20|
|Johan Maurits van Nassau||Johan Maurits van Nassau class||Royal Netherlands Navy||20 August 1932||Sunk on 14 May 1940||Sunk when attacked by multiple aircraft of Germany.|
|Karel Doorman||Karel Doorman-class JSS||Royal Netherlands Navy||17 October 2012||In active service||This ship was built partly in the Damen Shipyards Galați. Furthermore, it is shared with the German Navy.|
|Rotterdam||Rotterdam class||Royal Netherlands Navy||February 1997||In active service||The ship was the result of a joint project between the Netherlands and Spain, which resulted in the Enforcer design.|
|Johan de Witt||Rotterdam class||Royal Netherlands Navy||13 May 2006||In active service||Improved design of HNLMS Rotterdam (L800), which was designed in conjunction between the Netherlands and Spain.|
|Holland||Holland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||2 February 2010||in active service|
|Zeeland||Holland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||20 November 2010||in active service|
|Friesland||Holland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||4 November 2010||in active service||Built at Damen Shipyards Galați and fitting out by Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding.|
|Groningen||Holland class||Royal Netherlands Navy||21 April 2011||in active service||Built at Damen Shipyards Galați and fitting out by Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding.|
|O 1||O 1 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||8 July 1905||Decommissioned in 1920||A model of O 1 is in the Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum.|
|O 2||O 2 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||30 January 1911||Decommissioned in 1930||In the early 1930s the ship served as a training vessel.|
|O 3||O 2 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||30 July 1912||Decommissioned in 1932|
|O 4||O 2 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||5 August 1913||Decommissioned in 1935|
|O 5||O 2 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||2 October 1913||Decommissioned in 1935|
|O 6||O 6 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||10 June 1915 or 15 July 1916||Decommissioned in November 1936|
|O 9||O 9 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||7 April 1925||Decommissioned on 1 December 1944||In October 1946 she was sold for scrapping.|
|O 12||O 12 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||8 November 1930||Demolished on 22 January 1954.||Served during Germany's occupation of the Netherlands as U-D2 in the Kriegsmarine.|
|O 13||O 12 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||18 April 1931||Lost while patrolling in 1940||The remains of the submarine still has not been found.|
|O 14||O 12 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||3 October 1931||Decommissioned on 26 June 1943||She was decommission in 1943 because of a lack of parts to fix trouble with the diesel engines.|
|O 16||O 16 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||27 January 1936||Sunk by mine on 15 December 1941||Raised and scrapped in October 2013.|
|Orzeł||Orzeł class||Polish Navy||15 January 1938||Decommissioned on 11 June 1940||Went missing during WWII.|
|O 21||O 21 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||21 October 1939||Decommissioned on 2 November 1957||Sold for scrap on 24 January 1958.|
|O 22||O 21 class||Royal Netherlands Navy||20 January 1940||Lost during patrol in 1940||Her wreck was discovered in 1993 by a ship of the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.|
|K I||K I class||Royal Netherlands Navy||20 May 1913||Decommissioned in 1928|
|K III||K III class||Royal Netherlands Navy||12 August 1919||Decommissioned in 1934|
|K IV||K III class||Royal Netherlands Navy||2 July 1920||Decommissioned in 1936|
|K VIII||K VIII class||Royal Netherlands Navy||28 March 1922||Decommissioned on 18 May 1942||K VIII's batteries were salvaged to replace those in K IX.|
|K IX||K VIII class||Royal Netherlands Navy||23 December 1922||Decommissioned on 25 July 1942||Commissioned into the Royal Australian Navy as HMAS K9 on 22 June 1943.|
|K X||K VIII class||Royal Netherlands Navy||2 May 1923||Scuttled on 2 March 1942||She was scrapped at Surabaya in 1946.|
|Mercuur||Mercuur class||Royal Netherlands Navy||16 October 1987||in active service||Mercuur underwent maintenance between 2014 and 2016. During this maintenance several components were upgraded.|
|Amsterdam||Amsterdam class||Royal Netherlands Navy||11 September 1992||Decommissioned on 4 December 2014||Sold to Peruvian Navy and is now known as BAP Tacna.|
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