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IMPERIAL RUSSIAN NAVY / SOVIET NAVY (RUSSIA / USSR)

AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS AND CRAFT

"BOLINDER" type small landing ships and barges (1916)

No4 1941

 

Name No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
1 <No1>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
2 <No2>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 mobilized again 1941, sunk 4/2/1943
3 <No3>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
4 <No4>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 mobilized again 1941, sunk 4/2/1943
5 <No5>, 6/1920- 25 <25 Oktyabrya>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 floating battery 5/1920, auxiliary 1/1921
6 <No6>, 6/1920- <Sverdlov>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 floating battery 5/1920, auxiliary 1/1921, mobilized again 1941, sunk 4/2/1943
7 <No7>, 6/1920- <Marat>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 floating battery 5/1920, auxiliary 1/1921
8 <No8>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
9 <No9>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
10 <No10>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
11 <No11>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
12 <No12>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
13 <No13>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
14 <No14>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
15 <No15>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
16 <No16>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
17 <No17>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
18 <No18>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
19 <No19>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
20 <No20> (420 <No420>), 6/1920- <Jan Jores>)   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 floating battery 6/1920, auxiliary 10/1920
21 <No21>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
22 <No22>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
23 <No23>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
24 <No24>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
25 <No25>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
26 <No26>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
27 <No27>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
28 <No28>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
29 <No29>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
30 <No30>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
31 <No31>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
32 <No32> (432 <No432>), 2/1917- K.1   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 river gunboat 2/1917, captured by Germany 28/3/1918, to Whites 8/1919, scuttled 18/11/1920
33 <No33>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
34 <No34>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
35 <No35> (435 <No435>), 2/1917- K.2   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 river gunboat 2/1917, captured by Romania 2/1918
36 <No36>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
37 <No37> (437 <No437>), 2/1917- K.3   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 river gunboat 2/1917, captured by Germany 28/3/1918, captured by Britain-France 26/11/1918, to Whites 1919, to Reds 12/1920 as auxiliary
38 <No38>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
39 <No39>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
40 <No40>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
41 <No41>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
42 <No42>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
43 <No43>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
44 <No44>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
45 <No45>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
46 <No46>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
47 <No47> (447 <No447>), 2/1917- K.4   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916 river gunboat 2/1917, captured by Germany 28/3/1918, captured by Britain-France 26/11/1918, to Whites 1919, ?
48 <No48>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
49 <No49>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  
50 <No50>   Russud, Nikolayev 1916 1916 1916  

 

Two barges were also reclassified in February 1917 to river gunboats K.5 and K.6, both were captured by German troops 28/3/1918. One barge was reclassified in June 1920 to floating battery <Karl Libknekht> (auxiliary from 3/1921).

 

Three non self-propelled barges (No1 - 3) were commissioned again in April ( <Krasnaya Zarya> (ex-No1) and <Zashchitnik Trudyashchikhsya> (ex-No2)) and No3 in May, 1920. Krasnaya Zarya was disarmed in February 1921, Zashchitnik Trudyashchikhsya in December 1920, No3 in January 1921.

 

Displacement normal, t

255

Displacement full, t

 

Length, m

54.7

Breadth, m

7.10

Draught, m

1.20

No of shafts

2

Machinery

No1 - 10, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 37 - 40: Bolinder semi-diesels

No11 - 24, 27, 30, 33 - 36, 41 - 50: none

Power, h. p.

No1 - 10, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 37 - 40: 80 - 100

No11 - 24, 27, 30, 33 - 36, 41 - 50: none

Max speed, kts

No1 - 10, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 37 - 40: 5.5

No11 - 24, 27, 30, 33 - 36, 41 - 50: 0

Fuel, t

oil

Armament

none

Military load 760 men
Complement 8

Ship project history: Landing barges of War Department. During the Great Patriotic War they belonged to various civil departments and formally did not enter Navy again. They ere used as landing hulks. Three barges were lost 4/2/1943 at landing at Southern Ozereyka (near Novorossiysk).

Modernizations: 1917, K.1 - 6: + 2 x 1 - 152/44 Canet (complement 37)

1920, No5 - 7, 20, future Karl Libknekht: + 1 x 1 - 152/44 Canet (complement 27)

1920, Krasnaya Zarya: + 1 x 1 - 152/44 Canet, 1 x 1 - 130/53

1920, Zashchitnik Trudyashchikhsya, No3: + 1 x 1 - 130/53

Naval service: Fates of most barges are unknown.

Ivan Gogin, 2009-14