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TORPEDO SHIPS

No119 torpedo boats (1895-1900)

No119 1895

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
119 <No119> (ex- <Polangen>)   Crichton, Abo 7/1893 19/6/1895 11/1895 dispatch vessel 1/1912, captured by Finland 21/4/1918
120 <No120> (ex- <Pakerort>)   Crichton, Abo 7/1893 3/7/1894 9/1895 dispatch vessel 1/1912, captured by Finland 21/4/1918
127 <No127>   Izhora Wks, Kolpino 1894 30/5/1895 1898 stricken 2/1911
128 <No128>   Izhora Wks, Kolpino 1/1895 20/6/1896 1898 dispatch vessel 3/1916, stricken 1/1918
129 <No129>   Izhora Wks, Kolpino 6/1896 30/6/1897 Autumn 1899 dispatch vessel 3/1916, stricken 1/1918
130 <No130>   Izhora Wks, Kolpino 6/1895 26/10/1895 1900 stricken 2/1911
133 <No133>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1894 26/10/1895 9/1897 stricken 2/1911
134 <No134>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1894 7/11/1895 9/1897 stricken 4/1914
135 <No135>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1895 6/1896 9/1897 stricken 2/1911
136 <No136>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1895 6/1896 10/1897 dispatch vessel 1/1912, wrecked Autumn 1912
137 <No137>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1896 5/1897 10/1897 stricken 2/1911
138 <No138>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1896 7/8/1897 10/1897 stricken 2/1911
139 <No139>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1896 7/8/1897 11/1897 stricken 2/1911
140 <No140>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1896 24/7/1897 11/1897 stricken 4/1914
141 <No141>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1896 8/1897 11/1897 stricken 2/1911
142 <No142>   Nevski Wks, St. Petersburg 1896 9/1897 11/1897 dispatch vessel 3/1916, interned by Germany 12/4/1918, returned 5/1918, minesweeper 4/1921, stricken 7/1925
270 <No270>, 7/1915- T.6, 4/1916- T.76, 8/1916- T.276, 10/1916- 5 <No5>   Nikolayev Admiralty 1894 5/1895 1897 minesweeper 7/1915, dispatch vessel 10/1916, captured by Germany 1/5/1918
271 <No271>, 7/1915- T.7, 4/1916- T.77, 8/1916- T.277, 10/1916- 6 <No6>   Nikolayev Admiralty 3/1894 6/8/1895 1897 minesweeper 7/1915, dispatch vessel 10/1916, captured by Germany 1/5/1918
272 <No272>   Nikolayev Admiralty 8/1895 28/7/1896 1899 collision 22/8/1914
273 <No273>, 7/1915- T.5, 4/1916- T.75, 8/1916- T.275, 10/1916- 7 <No7>, 5/1919- <Razvedchik>   Nikolayev Admiralty 8/1895 19/9/1896 1899 minesweeper 7/1915, dispatch vessel 10/1916, captured by Germany 1/5/1918, to White Army 5/1919, to Red Fleet 12/1920, stricken 12/1923

 

Displacement normal, t

120

Displacement full, t

 

Length, m

42.0

Breadth, m

4.52

Draught, m

2.06

No of shafts

2

Machinery

VTE, 2 Du Temple boilers

Power, h. p.

2000

Max speed, kts

19.5 - 23.2

Fuel, t

No 119, 120, 127 - 130, 133 - 142: coal 20

No 270 - 273: oil 20

Endurance, nm(kts) 550(10)

Armament

2 x 5 - 37/17 Hotchkiss, 1 - 381 TT (bow), 2 x 1 - 381 TT

Complement

21

Ship project history: Similar to French torpedo boats of Avant-Garde class. Russian versions of Normand boat Pernov. Boats built in Nikolaev had three masts.

Modernizations: 1899, No 119, 120: boilers was replaced by Yarrow

1899 - 1900, No119, 120, 127 - 130, 138, 139: were converted for oil fuel

1912, No119, 120, 136; 1916, No128, 129, 142: - 1 - 381 TT, 2 x 1 - 381 TT; 2 x 1 - 47/40 Hotchkiss

1915, T.5 - 7: - 1 - 381 TT, 2 x 1 - 381 TT; + sweeps

1916, No5 - 7: - sweeps; + 2 x 1 - 47/43 Hotchkiss

4/1921, No142: - 2 x 1 - 47/40; + sweeps

Naval service: No272 was lost 9/8/1914 as result of collision with s/s Uspekh off Hersones beacon.

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Ivan Gogin, 2009-14