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Chardak

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Names Builders Completed Losses Transfers Discarding

Ялта [Yalta] (ex-№11), 4.1895- №266

Новороссийск [Novorossiysk] (ex-№12), 4.1895- №263

Чардак [Chardak] (ex-№13), 4.1895- №265

Кодор [Kodor] (ex-№14), 4.1895- №261

Килия [Kiliya] (ex-№15), 4.1895- №262

Рени [Reni] (ex-№16), 4.1895- №264

Schichau, Elbing, Germany: Yalta, Novorossiysk, Chardak, Kodor, Kiliya, Reni

1886: Yalta, Novorossiysk, Chardak, Kodor, Kiliya, Reni

12.1917: №266 (2nd time), №263 (2nd time), №262 (2nd time)

№266 (1.5.1918, 2nd time), №263 (2nd time), №262 (2nd time)

none

1911: №266, 265, 261, 262, 264

1913: №263



Technical data


Displacement normal, t

85 - 90

Displacement full, t 
Length, m

38.6

Reni: 39.2

Breadth, m

4.57

Draught, m

1.88 - 2.06 max

No of shafts

1

Machinery

1 VTE, 1 locomotive boiler

Power, h. p.

900

Max speed, kts

20 - 20.8

Fuel, t

coal 21

Endurance, nm(kts)1000(10)
Armament

2 x 5 - 37/17 Hotchkiss, 2 - 381 TT (bow, 4)

Complement

18



Standard scale images


sister-ship <i>Abo</i> 1886
sister-ship Abo 1886


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<i>Chardak</i>
Chardak


Project history

Improved Abo class, differing mainly in TE engines.

Modernizations

1899-1902, №261, 262, 264-266: were converted to oil fuel

Naval service

Nos 262, 263 and 266 were in December 1917 again included to the lists of Red Navy but 1.5.1918 they were captured by German troops at Sevastopol. Later they were re-captured by British-French troops and demolished by them.