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DOMOKOS patrol launches (1941-1944/1945-1947)


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Elefteron 1953

Ships


Names Builders Completed Losses Transfers Discarding

AK242 Δομοκός [Domokos] (ex-ML242)

AK295 Δολιανά [Doliana] (ex-ML295)

AK307, 1961-  Δοξάτον [Doxation] (ex-ML307)

AK341, 1961-  Δράμα [Drama] (ex-ML341)

AK478 Καλλίνι [Kallini] (ex-ML478), 1946- Eλευθέρον [Elefteron]

AK483, 1961- P254 Καλαμπάκα [Kalambaka] (ex-ML483)

AK554 Κάσος [Kassos] (ex-ML554)

AK561 Κάρπαθος [Karpatos] (ex-ML561)

AK565 Κως [Kos] (ex-ML565)

AK569 Τήλος [Tilos] (ex-ML569)

AK578, 1961-  Χάλκη [Halki] (ex-ML578)

AK580 Καστελόριζο [Kastelorizo] (ex-ML580)

AK861, 1961-  Tζαταλτζα [Tzataltza] (ex-ML861)

AK864, 1961- P257 Νίσυρος [Nisyros] (ex-ML864), 1950s- Κομοτηνή [Komotini]

AK867, 1961-  Καρπενήσι [Karpenisi] (ex-ML867)

Dickie, Bangor & Tarbert, UK: Kos

Curtis, Looe or Par, UK: Domokos, Doliana, Doxation, Kassos

Jas Miller, St. Monance, UK: Kalambaka, Halki

William Weatherhead, Cockenzie, UK: Karpatos

Collins, Lowestoft, UK: Drama, Tilos

Johnson & Jago, Leigh on Sea, UK: Kastelorizo

Thomson & Balfour, Bo`ness, UK: Kallini

Thomas Cook, Cairo, Egypt: Tzataltza, Karpenisi

Anglo-American Nile Tourist Co., Cairo, Egypt: Nisyros

1941 // 1945: Domokos, Doxation, Drama

1942 // 1945: Kallini, Kassos

1943 // 1945: Tilos, Halki, Kastelorizo

1944 // 1945: Tzataltza, Karpenisi

1941 // 1946: Doliana

1942 // 1946: Kalambaka, Karpatos

1943 // 1946: Kos

1944 // 1947: Nisyros

None

UK, 1952: Doliana (ML2295), Kassos (ML2554), Karpatos (ML2561), Kos (ML2565), Tilos (ML2569), Kastellorizo (ML2580)

1947: Domokos

1960: Elefteron

1961: Doxation, Drama, Halki

1962: Tzataltza, Karpenisi

1964: Kalambaka

1965: Komotini



Technical data


Displacement standard, t

75.5

Displacement full, t85.6
Length, m34.8
Breadth, m5.59
Draught, m1.45 deep load
No of shafts2
Machinery

2 Hall-Scott petrol engines

Power, h. p.1200
Max speed, kts

18

Fuel, t

petrol 10500 l

Endurance, nm(kts) 
Armament

1 x 1 - 40/56 Bofors Mk I/III, 2 x 1 - 20/70 Oerlikon Mk IV, 2 x 2 - 7.7/94, 2 DCT (6), 14 DC or 8 - 9 mines

commissioned 1946-1947: 1 x 1 - 40/60 Mk III, 2 x 1 - 20/70 Mk III, 2 x 2 - 7.7/94, 2 DCT(6), 14 DC or 8 - 9 mines

Electronic equipment

type 291U or type 293 radar, type 134 sonar

Complement16


Standard scale images


<i>Drama</i> 1945
Drama 1945


Graphics


<i>Elefteron </i>1953
Elefteron 1953


Project history

British Fairmile B class patrol launches, transferred to Greece in May-July, 1945 and after war. They were originally used as minesweeping boats.

Modernizations

None.

Naval service

Nissyros first some years served as royal yacht, then she was also converted to patrol launch and renamed Komotini.