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TORPEDO SHIPS

STOROZHEVOY destroyers (1907-1908)

Deyatelnyy 1910

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
Сильный <Silnyy>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg early 1905 5/9/1905 12/1907 interned by Germany 12/4/1918 - 5/1918, stricken 1924
Сторожевой <Storozhevoy>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg early 1905 24/8/1905 12/1907 stricken 11/1925
Стройный <Stroynyy>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1905 2/1/1907 12/1907 sunk 28/8/1917
Разящий <Razyashchiy>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1905 17/9/1906 4/1908 interned by Germany 12/4/1918 - 5/1918, stricken 1924
Расторопный <Rastoropnyy>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1905 21/5/1907 4/1908 stricken 11/1925
Дельный <Delnyy>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1905 20/7/1907 12/1907 stricken 8/1922
Деятельный <Deyatelnyy>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1905 20/7/1907 12/1907 stricken 11/1925
Достойный <Dostoynyy>   Nevskiy Wks, St. Petersburg 1905 20/7/1907 12/1907 interned by Germany 12/4/1918 - 5/1918, stricken 11/1925

 

Displacement normal, t

382

Displacement full, t

475

Length, m

64.0

Breadth, m

6.40

Draught, m

2.59

No of shafts

2

Machinery

VTE, 4 Normand boilers

Power, h. p.

5800

Max speed, kts

27

Fuel, t

coal 100

Endurance, nm(kts) 800 - 900(15)

Armament

2 x 1 - 75/48 Canet, 6 x 1 - 7.6/94, 2 x 1 - 450 TT

Complement

67

Ship project history: Development of Sokol class. Unlike a prototype had more perfect boilers with the lowered centre of gravity, increased bridge height and more successful boiler rooms ventilating system. Ship of class were laid down as torpedo boats but re-rated as destroyers in September, 1907.

Modernizations: 1916, all: - 4 x 1 - 7.6/94; + 12 mines

Naval service: 15/8/1917 at evasion from attacks of German aircraft in Gulf of Riga Stroyny ran ashore and at repeated raid wrecked and sank.

Rastoropnyy

Delnyy

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