The following represents an overview of the modern naval fighting capabilities of the Philippine Navy (2024). The service currently counts 59 total units in its active naval inventory. This total includes frontline commissioned vessels but excludes smaller patrol vessels, auxiliary / survey ships, replenishment, and historical ceremonial types. The WDMMW review takes into account specific categories of warships covering attack, defense, and general support designs. Inventory numbers and related unit types are provided as-is and derived from publically-available information / sources. "On Order" totals found at the bottom of this article are related to any future hulls currently under procurement/construction though said hulls may not be delivered for service in the current year for various reasons.
Updated: 9/20/2023 | © www.WDMMW.org
Hulls defined as dimensionally smaller than Destroyers, though larger than corvettes, having Blue Water capabilities.
NOTES: The Jose Rizal-class originates from the local South Korean HDF-2600 design developed by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI).
Hulls defined as dimensionally smaller than frigates but larger than OPVs, capable of operating independently or as part of the main fighting fleet.
NOTES: A second Conrado Yap-class corvette is expected to be added from South Korea (the ex-ROKS Andong) as PS-40.
Offshore Patrol Vessels (42)
Hulls defined as OPVs and outfitted for the purpose of close-to-shore defense / deterrence.
Gregorio del Pilar
Amphibious Assault (14)
Hulls designed specifically for the support of amphibious-minded, offshore / close-to-shore operations.
Davao del Sur
On Order (1)
Hulls set to be delivered in the current procurement year or in subsequent year(s).
On Order Commitment: 1 Units
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