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Sir Lancelot Round Table class Landing Ship Logistic [LSL]

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L3029RFA Sir LancelotFairfield S & E16 Jan 19641989She was sold commercially in 1989 to the company Lowline in South Africa and opened as a floating casino, being renamed Lowland Lancer. The ship was again sold in 1992, this time to Singapore, being renamed Perseverance and put into service with that nation's navy.
L3005 RFA Sir GalahadAlexander Stephen & Sons17 Dec 19661982Sunk As A War Grave At Bluff Cove, After Air Attack, 8th June 1982 Falklands War
L3004 RFA Sir BedivereHawthorn Leslie18 May 196718 Feb 2008

2011
[as of Jul 2006]

2011
[as of Feb 2003]
rebuilt 1994/5,
Ship Life Extension Programme 1998
RFA Sir Bedivere remained in service as of March 2007.
In 2009 Sir Bedivere (L3004) was converted into the Brazilian Navys support vessel NDCC Almirante Saboia (G-25).
L3505 RFA Sir TristramHawthorn Leslie14 Sep 196716 Dec 2005

2006
[as of Jul 2006]

2004
[as of Feb 2003]
Badly Damaged During Falklands War 1982, rebuilt 1983/5, RFA Sir Tristram, although decommissioned, remained in use with the Navy, and was to be converted for use as a training vessel.
L3027 RFA Sir GeraintAlex Stephen, Glasgow12 Jul 19672003RFA Sir Geraint was sold commercially in 2005. She was subsequently re-sold and re-flagged, before eventually being dismantled.
L3036 RFA Sir PercivaleHawthorn Leslie23 Mar 19682004

2005
[as of Feb 2003]
The RFA Sir Percivale was first marketed for sale in 2004 and was withdrawn from commercial sale in March 2006 as no suitable purchaser could be found. She was berthed at Marchwood Military Port as of March 2007 awaiting a final decision on her future, though it is likely that she will be recycled.




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