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The Canberra Class Amphibious Assault Ship (LHD), also known as a Landing Helicopter Dock, project will provide the Australian Defence Force with one of the most capable and sophisticated air-land-sea amphibious deployment systems in the world. These 27,000 tonne ships will be able to land a force of over 1,000 personnel by helicopter and water craft, along with all their weapons, ammunition, vehicles and stores. The largest ships ever built for the Royal Australian Navy, the LHDs are being built as a collaboration between Navantia and BAE Systems - Maritime. The construction is being done using the modular approach whereby the ship is divided into modules, which are built and fitted out as discrete units, before being welded together to form the completed ship.
Construction of the hull to the level of the flight deck, including the majority of fitting out will be undertaken at Navantia's Ferrol-Fene shipyard in north-west Spain.
Therefore the requirement is for a multipurpose ship able to operate in both these roles, but not necessarily simultaneously, owing to the differing configuration requirements. The first LHD, named HMAS Canberra, is due to be commissioned in 2014 and the second ship, HMAS Adelaide, is planned to commission in 2016. The ship is a conventional steel mono hull design with the superstructure located on the starboard side of the flight deck. The LHD has been designed with the shallowest possible draft to allow her to operate in secondary ports and harbours as well as manoeuvre tactically in the shallow waters common in the littoral regions.
The flight deck has been configured with six spots on the port side for medium sized aircraft such as the NRH 90 or Blackhawk, which allows for simultaneous take off and landing operations; alternatively it can support simultaneous take off and landing operations of four CH-47 Chinooks. There are two aircraft elevators – one aft of the flight deck and one fwd of the island on the stbd side - that can accommodate medium sized helicopters, with the after one able to accommodate larger helicopters such as CH 47.
Between the flight deck and the accommodation deck is a contiguous hangar and light vehicle deck; the hanger (990m2) occupying the after section of the deck whilst the light vehicle deck (1880m2) is located on the forward section of the deck.
There is a cargo lift that can be used to transfer 20-foot ISO containers and vehicles up to a weight of 16 tonnes between the heavy and light vehicle decks. Integrated Navigation System, including an integrated bridge, navigation sensors, AIS and WECDIS.
The LHD utilises an electric drive system similar to that used by major cruise companies such as Cunard.
To see our content at its best we recommend upgrading if you wish to continue using IE or using another browser such as Firefox, Safari or Google Chrome. The nuclear reactor which drives the propulsion system is roughly the size of a dustbin but will last the 30-year life of the boat without needing to be replaced. Read here latest news on the construction progress, numerous facts, statistics and specifications, with a ton of photos, infographics and amazing videos. Fact 1: The Future Aircraft Carriers (CVF) project is for the largest of UK warships ever built for the Royal Navy.
Fact 2: Each of the new UK aircraft carriers has 2 huge propellers which together are able to output ~80 megawatt of power.
Fact 3: Each of the QE-class aircraft carriers will be 4 meters taller than the Niagara Falls.
Note: Click on smaller images to enlarge, then Backspace (keyboard) or back-button (browser) to return to article. Builders: BAE Systems Surface Ships, Thales Group, Babcock Marine (see below for more details).
Ordered May 2008, contracts signed by the UK’s MOD and industry (Portsmouth, July 3, 2008), laid down July 2009. Year of service: the end of 2017, fully operational by the end of 2020 (with HMS Prince Of Wales 2 years behind). Both QE-class UK aircraft carriers have the most powerful gas turbine in the world. HMS Queen Elizabeth power output is 109 MW (total).

In 2012 the Rolls-Royce company repackaged the MT30 turbine so that it would fit into smaller ships.
Both QE-class aircraft carriers’ propulsion systems feature as prime movers Wartsila 38 marine diesel engine . Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II (stealth capability) – a single-seat, single-engine, 5th generation fighter for ground attacks, reconnaissance, air defence.
AgustaWestland AW159 Wildcat (aka Future Lynx, Lynx Wildcat) – a military helicopter (serving as utility, search and rescue, anti-surface warfare), to enter service with the British Army in 2014 and with the British Royal Navy in 2015. Both propellers together will generate 80 MW of power – enough to run 50 high speed trains. QE3 ship will require 1,5 million m2 of paintwork (which is ~16,5 million ft2, or an area of ~370 acres). The list of countries which currently have aircraft carriers includes USA, Russia, Brazil, India, France, Italy, Spain, China and even Thailand.
BAE Systems (sites Glasgow, Portsmouth, Cammell Laird, Birkenhead) is a global corporation and a provider of defence and security products (cyber services, military support, mission critical electronic systems, protection equipment, and more), with way over 100,000 employees worldwide (the majority of them working in USA and UK). Thales Group UK – a global leading company on the technology markets for Aerospace, Space, Defence, Security and Ground Transportation, with over 67,000 employees in 56 countries, global revenue ?11,5 bill. The following links offer professional review of the QE aircraft construction progress in 2014. The HMS Queen Elizabeth christening takes place in Scotland at the Rosyth (yards on the Firth of Forth). This is a VesselFinder tracker for HMS Queen Elizabeth current position (tracking her IMO number 4907892). Even nowadays, aircraft carriers remain the ultimate symbol of a nation’s naval power. This allows the ship to be built at a number of different sites across the shipyard before being brought together for final joining. The hull will then be shipped to BAES' Williamstown shipyard in Victoria for the installation of the island structure.
Maximum speed is in excess of 20kn with a range of 6,000nm, a sustained maximum speed of 19kn under full-load conditions and an economic cruising speed of 15kn with a range of 9,000nm.
An additional four RHIBs can be carried behind the LCM 1Es, however this will be mission dependant rather than a normal load out. Accommodation is provided for 1400 personnel; approximately 400 ship’s company including the watercraft and flight deck crews and 1000 embarked force personnel including the PCRF, embarked flight, HQ staff and landing force. The hanger can accommodate up to 8 medium sized helicopters with 18 medium sized helicopters able to be accommodated if the light vehicle deck is also used. This is enough energy to run ~1000 family cars, ~50 of the new highspeed trains, or to power ~5500 households.
In the end of 2013, a total of 10,000+ people were involved in the process of building and providing equipment for the new UK carriers. This is about 3 times the size of the Royal Navy’s current aircraft carriers of the Invincible class.
The MT30 turbine was engineered to meet the needs of both naval ships and commercial marine vessels. This is a high technology level and revolutionary design (as both engine and power plant around it) to achieve lowest possible kilowatt-hour production cost.
This is a turbocharged 2-stroke diesel engine generally designed to provide the propulsion force for the world’s largest container ships and supertankers. It is a strangely looking protruding bulb located at the ship’s bow just below waterline.

It features life on board the ship, armament, concise review of the whole QE-class aircraft carriers UK project, its participants and construction sites. The list of US guests included VA Nora Tyson (aircraft carrier commander), VA David Buss (Naval Air Forces), LTG Robert Schmidle (Marine Corps Deputy, Aviation). It is nothing less than unique and historically most significant event, starting a new era of the UK aircraft carrier operations. There’s really nothing more to say, except you can download the full-size image (jpg).
So, add us to your ad blocker’s whitelist or pay $1 per week for an ad-free version of WIRED. The island modules will be constructed at a number of sites around Australian before being moved to Williamstown for final installation on the flight deck. Vehicular access between the heavy and light vehicle decks is achieved via a fixed ramp located on the port side.
The well dock has been designed to handle water craft of allied nations, including LCUs, amphibious vehicles and LCACs. The LHD will be jointly crewed with personnel from Navy, Army and the Air Force forming the ship’s company. Due to budget restraints, a number of hull armor features were dropped form the original project design (the armored bulkheads and the side armorplates). The list of its naval applications includes frigates, destroyers, and of course – aircraft carriers. The AIM motors are driven by a Converteam VDM 25000 modulated converter able to produce various frequencies, which allows controlling the shaft speed across the operating range and eliminates the gearbox unit in the propulsion system. The US company L-3 Communications Holdings is the supplier of the command and control propulsion power system (controlling the turbo and diesel generator sets).
It modifies the way water flows around the ship (hull), reduces drag and increases the speed and operational range.
The new ?120 million stealth fighter (to replace the UK’s Harrier jets) is 3 times heavier than the British jet. At the staggering cost of over 5,5 billion dollars each, the two new UK aircraft carriers of the QE-class cost as much as 10 big cruise ships – each! So the whole QE-class project is like building a really huge fleet for a brand new cruise line! The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Conde Nast. It can operate in densely signal-populated environment and cut through interference equivalent of 10000 GSM signals directed its way. The bulb also makes QE fuel efficient (10-13%) and more stable (increasing buoyancy of the hull’s forward part, thus reducing pitching motion to a very small degree). For comparison, the largest companies in the industry – Carnival and Royal Caribbean, each have a fleet of, respectively, 24 and 23  cruise ships (data 2014). You can like and share our UK aircraft carriers survey on Her Majesty’s largest battleships ever via our social buttons. Visit us again soon for updates and the latest news on HMS QE aircraft carrier. Good luck to the UK’s mighty warships of the future! Rear Admiral Simon Lister, the Navy's director general of submarines, insists Astute will be an "asset'' before the end of that period. Astute is a huge improvement, but it will still be a special kind of person who can live on a submarine.

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