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OD-200 type motor ASW boats (1943-1945)

MO-211 1945

Names

011 <No011>, 12/1943- 0361 <No0361>, 5/1944- MO-361; 021 <No021>, 12/1943- 0389 <No0389>, 5/1944- MO-389; 041 <No041>, 12/1943- 0375 <No0375>, 5/1944- MO-375; 051 <No051>, 12/1943- 0398 <No0398>, 5/1944- MO-398; 061 <No061>, 12/1943- 0340 <No0340>, 5/1944- MO-340, 1/1947- -633 <SK-633>; 071 <No071>, 12/1943- 0354 <No0354>, 5/1944- MO-354; 092 <No092>, 12/1943- 0317 <No0317>, 5/1944- MO-317; 0112 <No0112>, 12/1943- 0336 <No0336>, 5/1944- MO-336, 1/1947- -632 <SK-632>; 0121 <No0121>, 12/1943- 0367 <No0367>, 5/1944- MO-367; 0131 <No0131>, 12/1943- 0380 <No0380>, 5/1944- MO-380; 150; 0355 <No0355>, 5/1944- MO-355; 0356 <No0356>, 5/1944- MO-356; 0385 <No0385>, 5/1944- MO-385; 0393 <No0393>, 5/1944- MO-393; MO-211, MO-216 - 219, 12/1956- -216 - 219; MO-220; MO-221; MO-224, 12/1956- -224 <SK-224>; MO-225, 12/1956- -225 <SK-225>; MO-226; MO-229; MO-230; MO-231, 12/1956- -227 <SK-227>; MO-232 - 234; MO-235, 12/1956- -238 <SK-238>; MO-236, 12/1956- -229 <SK-229>; MO-237 - 240; MO-241, 12/1956- -220 <SK-220>; MO-242 - 245; MO-246, 12/1956- -246 <SK-246>; MO-247; MO-248; MO-249, 12/1956- -226 <SK-226>; MO-250; MO-321; MO-322; MO-323, 1/1947- -631 <SK-631>; MO-324, 2/1958- -324 <USK-324>; MO-325 - 329; MO-357; MO-358, 3/1955- -358 <SK-358>; MO-359; MO-360, 362, 368 - 371; -376 <MO-376 Buzulukskiy Komsomolets>; MO-377 - 379, 461, 462, 547 - 549; MO-550, 1/1947- -635 <SK-635>; MO-551, 1/1947- -636 <SK-636>; MO-552 - 554; MO-555, 1/1947- -637 <SK-637>; MO-556, 1/1947- -638 <SK-638>; MO-558, 1/1947- -639 <SK-639>; MO-559, 1/1947- -640 <SK-640>; MO-563 - 567

Builders

640 Yd, Sosnovka

Commissioned

1943: No011, 021, 041, 092, 0112

1944: No051, 061, 071, 0121, 0131, 150, 0355, 0356, 0385, 0393, MO-321 - 329, 357 - 360, 362, 368 - 371, MO-376 Buzulukskiy Komsomolets, MO-377 - 379, 461, 462, 547 - 556, 558, 559, 564 - 567

1945: MO-211, 216 - 221, 224 - 226, 229 - 250

Losses

MO-376 Buzulukskiy Komsomolets (13/5/1944)

Transfers

Poland, 1946: MO-325 - 329, 368 - 371, 552, 553 (S-51 Bezwzgledny, S-52 Bystry, S-53 Dziarsky, S-54 Dzielny, S-55 Karny, S-56 Niedoscigly, S-61 Nieuchwytry, S-62 Odvazny, S-63 Smialy, S-64 Spravny, S-65 Szybki)

Bulgaria, 1947: MO-549, 564, 566; 1951: MO-230, 232

North Korea, 1954: MO-233, 234

Discarding

1949: MO-211, 248, 360, 377, 547, 548, 563, 361, 375, 367, 380, 385, SK-632, No150

1950: MO-242, 244, 247, 362, 378, 379, 554, 565, 389, 354, 317, 355, 393

1952: MO-398, SK-633

1953: MO-461, 462

1954: MO-250, 321

1955: MO-237, 322, 357, 359, 567, 356, SK-637, 638

1956: MO-220, 221, 226, 229, 238 - 240, 243, 245, SK-631, 635, 640

1958: SK-216 - 219, 224, 225, 227, 238, 229, 220, 246, 226, 358, 636, 639

1959: USK-324

 

Displacement standard, t

44

Displacement full, t

47

Length, m

23.4

Breadth, m

4.00

Draught, m

1.75

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 Packard petrol engines / 2 Osco-Ford petrol engines for cruising

Power, h. p.

2400 / 170

Max speed, kts

24 / 6

Fuel, t

petrol 5

Endurance, nm(kts) 1600(6)

Armament

1 x 1 - 37/63 70K, 2 x 1 - 12.7/79 or 2 x 2 - 12.7/79, 2 DCR (12)

Complement

21

 

Ship project history: The unified boat of project 200 was designed for building in MTB (type TD-200) and small submarine chaser (type OD-200) variants for replacement of types D-3 and MO-4 boats. There were variants with wooden and steel hull. Chasers of type OD-200 with wooden hull at a little bit bigger dimensions, than at D-3 were more technological: building of one boat held 27 days instead of 120. They were equipped with two Paccard motors received on lend-lease, and two automobile cruising motors.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: No significant events.

MO-328 1946

Ivan Gogin, 2009-14