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BOARD GUARD / SOVIET NAVY (USSR)

BOARD GUARD SHIPS

K-193 board guard boats (ZK type) (1931-1932)

K-193 1931

Names

K-193, 9/1941- 013 <No013>; K-194, 9/1941- 023 <No023>, 5/1944- -23 <SK-23>; K-195, 9/1941- 033 <No033>, 5/1944- -33 <SK-33>; K-196, 12/1941- 0128 <No0128>; K-206, 9/1941- 043 <No043>, 11/1943- 08 <No08>, 5/1944- -43 <SK-43>; K-207, 9/1941- 063 <No063>; K-208, 9/1941- 073 <No073>, 5/1944- -73 <SK-73>; K-220, 9/1941- 053 <No053>; K-325 - 327, 9/1941- -34 - 36 <I-34 - 36>, 10/1944- -34 - 36 <SK-34 - 36>; K-328, 9/1941- -37 <I-37>; K-329 - 331, 9/1941- -38 - 40 <I-38 - 40>, 10/1944- -38 - 40 <SK-38 - 40>

Builders

5 Yd, Leningrad

Completed

1931: K-193 - 196, 206 - 208, 220

1932: K-325 - 331

Losses

No013 (1942), No0128 (1/11/1943), No063 (29/12/1941), No053 (1944), I-37 (30/10/1941)

Transfers

none

Discarding

1950s: all

 

Displacement standard, t

 

Displacement full, t

19

Length, m

19.8

Breadth, m

3.30

Draught, m

1.20

No of shafts

2

Machinery

petrol engines

Power, h. p.

600

Max speed, kts

16

Fuel, t

petrol
Endurance, nm(kts) 350(13)

Armament

1 x 1 - 45/43 21K or (1 x 1 - 12.7/79, 1 x 1 - 7.6/94)

Complement

12

   

Ship project history: Board Guard patrol boats designed by A. L. Zolotov, were built on plant No5(former Zolotov's boatyard) in Leningrad. Wooden-hulled. Differed by high hull strength and good seaworthiness.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: K-193 - 196, 206 - 208 and 220 were transferred to Navy in July 1941, K-325 - 331 in September. Survived boats was returned in June 1945 (SK-23, 33, 43), August 1945 (SK-34 - 36, 38 - 40), 1946 (SK-73).

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Ivan Gogin, 2009-14