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PK-115 board guard boats (MO-2 type) (1935-1940)

No0112 1941

Names

دت-115 <PK-115>, 9/1941- ¹0112 <No0112>; دت-117 <PK-117>, 12/1941- ¹064 <No064>, 12/1941- ¹015 <No015>, 5/1944- MO-15; دت-124 <PK-124>, 9/1941- ¹082 <No082>, 5/1944- MO-82; دت-126 <PK-126>, 9/1941- ¹0122 <No0122>; دت-127 <PK-127>, 9/1941- ¹0142 <No0142>, 4/1942- ¹056 <No056>, 5/1944- MO-56; دت-128 <PK-128>, 12/1941- ¹054 <No054>, 12/1941- ¹075 <No075>, 5/1944- MO-75; دت-140 <PK-140>, 9/1941- ¹066 <No066>, 5/1944- MO-66; دت-171 <PK-171>, 7/1941- ¹934 <No934>, 8/1941- ¹171 <No171>, 11/1943- ¹062 <No062>, 5/1944- MO-171; دت-172 <PK-172>, 7/1941- ¹935 <No935>, 9/1941- ¹111 <No111>, 1/1945- MO-161; دت-173 <PK-173>, 7/1941- ¹936 <No936>, 8/1941- ¹173 <No173>; دت-174 <PK-174>, 7/1941- ¹701 <No701>, 8/1941- ¹174 <No174>; دت-175 <PK-175>, 7/1941- ¹702 <No702>, 8/1941- ¹175 <No175>; دت-176 <PK-176>, 7/1941- ¹703 <No703>, 9/1941- ¹110 <No110>, دت-177 <PK-177>, 7/1941- ¹704 <No704>, 8/1941- ¹702 <No702>, 9/1941- ¹177 <No177>; دت-216 <PK-216>, 7/1941- ¹405 <No405>; دت-217 <PK-217>, 7/1941- ¹406 <No406>, 9/1941- ¹112 <No112>; دت-225 <PK-225>, 7/1941- ¹212 <No212>, 8/1941- ¹704 <No704>, 9/1941- ¹225 <No225>; دت-226 <PK-226>, 7/1941- ¹409 <No409>, 9/1941- ¹412 <No412>; دت-227 <PK-227>, 7/1941- ¹112 <No112>, 8/1941- ات-3 <ZK-3>, 9/1941- ¹202 <No202>, 12/1944- MO-202; دت-228 <PK-228>, 7/1941- ¹705 <No705>, 9/1941- ¹401 <No401>; دت-229 <PK-229>, 7/1941- ¹410 <No410>; دت-230 <PK-230>, 7/1941- ¹706 <No706>, 8/1941- ¹208 <No208>, 9/1941- ¹413 <No413>, 12/1944- MO-413; دت-231 <PK-231>, 7/1941- ¹707 <No707>, 8/1941- ¹209 <No209>, 9/1941- ¹109 <No109>, 1/1945- MO109; دت-236 <PK-236>, 7/1941- ¹304 <No304>; دت-237 <PK-237>, 7/1941- ¹305 <No305>; دت-261 <PK-261>, 10/1941- ¹261 <No261>, 11/1943- ¹0106 <No0106>, 5/1944- MO-261; دت-262 <PK-262>, 9/1941- ¹262 <No262>, 11/1943- ¹0126 <No0126>, 5/1944- MO-262

Builders

5 Yd, Leningrad

Completed

1935: PK-117, 124, 126 - 128, 140, 228

1936: PK-115, 171 - 177, 216, 217, 225 - 227, 229 - 231, 261, 262

1940: PK-236, 237

Losses

No0112 (2/7/1942), No0122 (8/11/1943), No173 (30/8/1941), No174 (30/8/1941), No175 (8/10/1942), No110 (5/9/1943), No177 (22/6/1943), No405 (16/9/1941), No112 (3/12/1941), No225 (1/8/1942), No412 (5/10/1941), No401 (23/6/1944), No410 (8/8/1941), No304 (6/11/1941), No305 (13/12/1941)

Transfers

none

Discarding

1950s: all survived

 

Displacement standard, t

 

Displacement full, t

50

Length, m

26.2

Breadth, m

3.85

Draught, m

1.50

No of shafts

3

Machinery

petrol engines

Power, h. p.

2250

Max speed, kts

26

Fuel, t

petrol
Endurance, nm(kts) 285(15)

Armament

2 x 1 - 45/43 21K, 2 x 1 - 12.7/79, 2 DCR (8)

Complement

21

   

Ship project history: Projected and built as fast Board Guard boats capable in wartime to be used as patrol and anti-submarine. Wooden hull, aviation motors. Possessed good seaworthiness for their dimensions, could be in sea at up to 7 balls wind, however had mediocre manoeuvrability. Because of redundant top weight a ledge with apprx. 1.5m length was fitted aft for DC placing, but it worsened a stability at big least angles and damage tolerance.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: PK-115, 117, 124, 126 - 128, 140, 171 - 177, 216, 217, 225  - 231, 236, 237 were transferred to Navy in July 1941, PK-262 in September, PK-261 in October. Survived boats were transferred to Board Guard after war.

PK-173

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