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TORPEDO SHIPS

No214 torpedo boats (1902-1903)

No214 1911

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
214 <No214>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1901 1902 12/1903 minesweeper 8/1914, dispatch vessel 4/1915, captured by Finland 13/4/1918
215 <No215>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1901 1902 12/1903 minesweeper 8/1914, dispatch vessel 4/1915, captured by Finland 13/4/1918 (C1)
216 <No216>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1901 1902 12/1903 minesweeper 8/1914, dispatch vessel 4/1915, captured by Finland 13/4/1918 (C2)
217 <No217>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1901 1902 12/1903 minesweeper 8/1914, dispatch vessel 4/1915, captured by Finland 13/4/1918 (C3)
218 <No218>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1901 1902 12/1903 minesweeper 8/1914, dispatch vessel 4/1915, captured by Finland 13/4/1918
219 <No219>   Crichton, Abo 10/1901 29/4/1903 12/1903 minesweeper 8/1914, dispatch vessel 4/1915, captured by Finland 13/4/1918 (C4)
220 <No220>   Crichton, Abo 10/1901 2/7/1903 12/1903 minesweeper 8/1914, dispatch vessel 4/1915, captured by Finland 13/4/1918
221 <No221>   Crichton, Abo late 1901 30/9/1901 2/1903 foundered 10/3/1905
222 <No222>   Crichton, Abo 1901 15/10/1901 9/1902 minesweeper 8/1914, dispatch vessel 4/1915, captured by Finland 13/4/1918

 

Displacement normal, t

152

Displacement full, t

 

Length, m

45.1

Breadth, m

4.65

Draught, m

2.67

No of shafts

2

Machinery

VTE, 2 Normand boilers

Power, h. p.

3700

Max speed, kts

29

Fuel, t

coal 30

Endurance, nm(kts) 450(12)

Armament

2 x 1 - 47/40 Hotchkiss, 1 x 2 - 381 TT

Complement

28

Ship project history: Built on similarity of French torpedo boats of Cyclone class.

Modernizations: 1914, all survived: - 1 x 2 - 381 TT; + sweeps

1915, all survived: - sweeps

Naval service: No221 has sunk during a storm in Mediterranean sea 25/2/1904. In days of WWI boats were used as minesweepers and dispatch vessels. 18/7/1915 No218 was mined in Gulf of Bothnia, but remained afloat and in 3 months returned to service. All survived boats were captired by Finnish troops 13/4/1918 at Helsingfors. Later they as obsolete were transferred by Soviet Government to Finland and broken up.

No220

Ivan Gogin, 2009-14