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SOVIET NAVY (USSR)

COASTAL FORCES

PP-19-OK type motor ASW boats (1943-1945)

No42 1943

Names

42 <No42>, 10/1944- -178 <SK-178>; 52 <No52>, 10/1944- -52 <SK-52>; 62 <No62>, 10/1944- -62 <SK-62>; 72 <No72>, 10/1944- -72 <SK-72>; 82 <No82>, 10/1944- -82 <SK-82>; 92 <No92>, 10/1944- -179 <SK-179>; 122 <No122>; 132 <No132>, 10/1944- -132 <SK-132>; 142 <No142 Staryy Bolshevik>, 10/1944- -142 <SK-142 Staryy Bolshevik>; 152 <No152>, 10/1944- -152 <SK-152>; 162 <No162>, 10/1944- -180 <SK-180>; MO-588 - 596, 600, 601; -603 <MO-603 Yunga Severa>; MO-604 - 611, 613 - 617; -171 - 177, 272, 282, 292 <SK-171 - 177, 272, 282, 292>

Builders

5 Yd, Leningrad

Commissioned

1943: No42, 52, 62, 72, 82, 92, 122, 132, No142 Staryy Bolshevik, No152, 162, SK-175 - 177, 272, 282, 292

1944: MO-588 - 596, 600, 601, 615 - 617, SK-171 - 174

1945: MO-603 Yunga Severa, MO-604 - 611, 613, 614

Losses

MO-594 (24/12/1944), MO-595 (6/5/1945), SK-62 (18/11/1944), No122 (14/5/1944), SK-176 (14/2/1944), SK-177 (14/2/1944)

Transfers

none

Discarding

1948:

1949: MO-588 - 593, 596, 615 - 617, SK-37, 175, 178, 292

1950: SK-176, , 177, 179, 272

1954: MO-600, 601, MO-603 Yunga Severa, MO-604 - 614, SK-52, 72, 82, 132, SK-142 Staryy Bolshevik, SK-152, 174, 180, 282

1956: SK-171 - 173

 

Displacement standard, t

37

Displacement full, t

40

Length, m

22.2

Breadth, m

4.04

Draught, m

1.78

No of shafts

3

Machinery

2 GAM-34BS petrol engines + 1 ZIS-5 petrol engine

Power, h. p.

2200 + 85 = 2285

Max speed, kts

24

Fuel, t

petrol 5

Endurance, nm(kts) 1000(6)

Armament

1 x 1 - 37/63 70K, 2 x 1 - 12.7/79 or 2 x 2 - 12.7/79, 2 x 4 - 82 M-8 rocket launchers (on some), 2 DCR (6)

Complement

11

 

Ship project history: Small chasers in hull of type D-3 MTB. Original project was used with minimum alterations. Instead of torpedoes 37mm MG 70K was installed aft. Engine on the central shaft was replaced by cruising automobile motor. 10 additional boats were converted from D-3 type MTBs.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: No significant events.

Ivan Gogin, 2009-14