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SOVIET NAVY (USSR)

CONVERTED MERCHANT VESSELS

minesweeping boats of WWII

100 - 1000 BRT

<Sig>, 11/1944 - KT-720 (1934, 209, 8/1941 - late 1940s); 61 <No61> (ex- <Yuzhnyy>, 8/1945 - KT-61 (1937, 115, 10/1941 - 7/1943, 8/1945 - late 1940s); 62 <No62> (ex- <Bystryy>) (1937, 115, 10/1941 - 7/1943); 63 <No63> (ex- <Bravyy>), 8/1945 - KT-63 (1937, 115, 10/1941 - 7/1943, 8/1945 - late 1940s); 64 <No64> (ex- <Reshitelnyy>), 9/1944 - KT-64 (1937, 115, 9/1941 - late 1940s); 101 <No101> (ex- 12 <Razvedchik No12>), 8/1945 - KT-65 (1937, 115, 10/1941 - 7/1943, 8/1945 - late 1940s); 71 <No71> (ex- <Khariuzov>), 9/1944 - KT-71 (1936, 130, 10/1941 - late 1940s); 72 <No72> (ex- <Zubastyy>), 8/1945 - KT-72 (1936, 130, 10/1941 - 7/1943, 8/1945 - late 1940s); 73 <No73> (ex- <Smelyy>), 9/1944 - KT-73 (1936, 130, 10/1941 - late 1940s); 74 <No74> (ex- <Omchon>), 8/1945 - KT-74 (1936, 130, 10/1941 - 7/1943, 8/1945 - late 1940s); 81 <No81> (ex- <Lakhtak>), 9/1944 - KT-81 (1936, 130, 10/1941 - late 1940s); 82 <No82> (ex- <Morzh>), 9/1944 - KT-82 (1936, 130, 10/1941 - late 1940s); 83 <No83> (ex- <Kashalot>) (1936, 130, 10/1941 - 7/1943); 84 <No84> (ex- <Kit>), 8/1945 - KT-84 (1936, 130, 10/1941 - 7/1943, 8/1945 - late 1940s); 11 <No11>, 10/1941 - 91 <No91>, 9/1944 - T-91 (1936, 263, 8/1941 - late 1940s); 12 <No12>, 10/1941 - 92 <No92>, 9/1944 - T-92 (1936, 263, 8/1941 - late 1940s); 13 <No13>, 10/1941 - 93 <No93>, 9/1944 - T-93 (1936, 263, 8/1941 - late 1940s); 14 <No14>, 10/1941 - 94 <No94>, 9/1944 - T-94 (1936, 263, 8/1941 - late 1940s); 121 <No121> (ex- <Primorets>), 9/1944 - KT-121 (1936, 125, 10/1941 - late 1940s); 122 <No122> (ex- <Delfin>), 9/1944 - KT-122 (1936, 125, 10/1941 - late 1940s); 155 <No155> (ex- <Avacha>), 9/1944 - T-155 (1936, 183, 10/1941 - late 1940s); 156 <No156> (ex- <Vilyuy>), 9/1944 - T-156 (1936, 183, 10/1941 - late 1940s); 122 <No122> (ex- <Krasnaya Armiya>), 5/1942 - -562 <KATShch-562>, 6/1944 - KT-562 (1932, 115, 7/1941 - late 1940s); -549 <KATShch-549> (ex- <Iskuriya>), 6/1944 - -549 <EMTShch-549> (1933, I130I, 5/1942 - late 1940s); -560 <KATShch-560> (ex- <Vega>) (, 110, 9/1941 - 16/7/1942); -604 <KATShch-604> (ex--10 <PSh-10>), 6/1944 - -604 <EMTShch-604> (1937, 100, 3/1942 - 6/1945); 154 <No154> (ex- <Stakhanovets>), 9/1944 - KT-154 (1936, 131, 10/1941 - late 1940s); -162 <KATShch-162> (ex- <Etor>, ex-4 <No4>, ex- <Etor>) (1896, 125, 7/1920 - 6/1921, 7/1942 - 28/3/1944); -548 <KATShch-548> (ex- <Tbilisi>), 6/1944 - KT-548 (1932, 115, 5/1942 - 2/1945); -931 <KEMTShch-931> (ex-Kel) (1930, 185, 11/1944 - late 1940s); -932 <KEMTShch-932> (ex-Krones) (1930, 150, 11/1944 - late 1940s); -933 <KEMTShch-933> (ex-Berolina>) (, 147, 11/1944 - late 1940s); -934 <KEMTShch-934> (ex-Seefalke>) (, 147, 11/1944 - late 1940s)

Ship project history: Small merchant vessels converted to minesweepers.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: No significant events.

Ivan Gogin, 2009-14