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"KM-4" type minesweeping motor boats (NO13) (1941 - 1945)


Ships


Names Builders Completed Losses Transfers Discarding

Navy boats:

№13 [No13], 1.1944- №301 [No301], 10.1944- KT-301

№23 [No23], 1.1944- №302 [No302], 10.1944- KT-302

№33 [No33], 1.1944- №303 [No303], 10.1944- KT-303

№43 [No43], 1.1944- №304 [No304], 10.1944- KT-304

№53 [No53], 1.1944- №305 [No305], 10.1944- KT-305

№63 [No63], 1.1944- №306 [No306], 10.1944- KT-306

№67 [No67]

№73 [No73], 1.1944- №307 [No307], 10.1944- KT-307

№77 [No77], 11.1944- KT-77

№83 [No83], 1.1944- №308 [No308], 10.1944- KT-308

№87 [No87], 4.1945- KT-87

№93 [No93], 1.1944- №309 [No309], 10.1944- KT-309

№97 [No97], 11.1944- KT-97

№103 [No103], 1.1944- №310 [No310], 10.1944- KT-310

№104 [No104], 8.1942- №112 [No112], 5.1944- №104 [No104], 7.1944- KT-263

№105 [No105], 10.1944- KT-105

№107 [No107]

№111 [No111], 7.1944- KT-264

№113 [No113], 1.1944- №311 [No311], 10.1944- KT-311

№115 [No115], 11.1944- KT-115

№118 [No118], 11.1944- KT-118

№121 [No121], 10.1944- KT-121

№123 [No123], 1.1944- №312 [No312], 10.1944- KT-312

№133 [No133], 1.1944- №313 [No313], 10.1944- KT-313

№143 [No143], 1.1944- №314 [No314], 10.1944- KT-314

№153 [No153], 1.1944- №315 [No315], 10.1944- KT-315

№163 [No163], 1.1944- №316 [No316]

№173 [No173], 1.1944- №317 [No317]

№183 [No183], 1.1944- №318 [No318], 10.1944- KT-318

№193 [No193], 1.1944- №319 [No319], 10.1944- KT-319

№203 [No203], 1.1944- №320 [No320], 10.1944- KT-320

№213 [No213], 1.1944- №335 [No335], 11.1944- KT-335

№223 [No223], 1.1944- №336 [No336], 9.1944- KT-336

№233 [No233], 1.1944- №337 [No337], 9.1944- KT-337

№243 [No243], 1.1944- №338 [No338], 9.1944- KT-338

№253 [No253], 1.1944- №339 [No339], 9.1944- KT-339

№263 [No263], 1.1944- №340 [No340], 9.1944- KT-340

№273 [No273], 1.1944- №341 [No341], 11.1944- KT-341

№283 [No283], 1.1944- №342 [No342], 11.1944- KT-342

№293 [No293], 1.1944- №343 [No343], 11.1944- KT-343

№303 [No303], 1.1944- №344 [No344], 9.1944- KT-344

№313 [No313], 1.1944- №345 [No345], 9.1944- KT-345

№346 - 348 [No346 - 348], 10.1944- KT-346 - 348

№373 [No373], 1.1944- №321 [No321]

№383 [No383], 1.1944- №322 [No322], 11.1944- KT-322

№393 [No393], 1.1944- №323 [No323]

№403 [No403], 1.1944- №324 [No324], 11.1944- KT-324

№413 [No413], 1.1944- №325 [No325], 11.1944- KT-325

№423 [No423], 1.1944- №326 [No326], 11.1944- KT-326

№433 [No433], 1.1944- №327 [No327], 11.1944- KT-327

№443 [No443], 1.1944- №328 [No328], 11.1944- KT-328

№453 [No453], 1.1944- №329 [No329], 11.1944- KT-329

№463 [No463], 1.1944- №330 [No330], 11.1944- KT-330

№473 [No473], 1.1944- №331 [No331], 11.1944- KT-331

№483 [No483], 1.1944- №332 [No332], 11.1944- KT-332

№493 [No493], 1.1944- №333 [No333], 11.1944- KT-333

№503 [No503], 1.1944- №334 [No334], 11.1944- KT-334

№901 [No901], 4.1945- KT-621

№1401 [No1401], 9.1941- №902 [No902]

№1402 [No1402], 9.1941- №903 [No903]

№1403 [No1403], 9.1941- №904 [No904], 4.1945- KT-622

№1404 [No1404], 9.1941- №905 [No905]

№1405 [No1405], 9.1941- №906 [No906], 4.1945- KT-623

№1407 [No1407], 9.1941- №908 [No908], 4.1945- KT-624

№1408 [No1408], 9.1941- №909 [No909]

№1409 - 1411 [No1409 - 1411], 9.1941- №910 - 912 [No910 - 912], 4.1945- KT-625 - 627

№1412 [No1412], 9.1941- №913 [No913]

№1413 [No1413], 9.1941- №914 [No914], 4.1945- KT-628

№1414 [No1414], 9.1941- №915 [No915]

№1415 [No1415], 9.1941- №916 [No916]

№1416 [No1416], 9.1941- №917 [No917], 4.1945- KT-629

KT-210

KT-231

KT-239

KT-265

KT-266

KT-283 - 285

KT-291

KT-292

KT-294

KT-295

KT-298

KT-349 - 356

KT-358 - 360

KT-363

KT-381 - 390

KT-664 - 682

KT-851 - 857

KT-952

KT-954

KT-955

KT-958

KT-960

KT-962

KT-965 - 968

KT-972 - 979

КЭМТЩ-280 - 282 [KEMTShch-280 - 282]

КЭМТЩ-287 - 290 [KEMTShch-287 - 290]

Auxuliary Navy boats, reclassified as combatants:

№1406 [No1406] (ex-№406 [No406]), 9.1941- №907 [No907]

КЭМТЩ-7 [KEMTShch-7] (ex-ОШК-26 [OShK-26]), 11.1943- РТЩ-101 [RTShch-101], 6.1944- КЭМТЩ-101 [KEMTShch-101]

КЭМТЩ-8 [KEMTShch-8] (ex-ОШК-28 [OShK-28]), 11.1943- РТЩ-109 [RTShch-109], 6.1944- КЭМТЩ-109 [KEMTShch-109]

МИ-8 [MI-8]

Small river yards

1938 // 1941: No1406, MI-8

1941: No104, 105, 111, 115, 118, 121, 901, 1401 - 1405, 1407 - 1416

1942: No67, 77, 87, 97, 107

1940 // 1942: KEMTShch-7, 8

1943: No13, 23, 33, 43, 53, 63, 73, 83, 93, 103, 113, 123, 133, 143, 153, 163, 173, 183, 193, 203, 213, 223, 233, 243, 253, 263, 273, 283, 293, 303, 313, 373, 383, 393, 403, 413, 423, 433, 443, 453, 463, 473, 483, 493, 503

1944: No346 - 348, KT-265, 283, 291, 292, 295, 298, 349 - 356, 358 - 360, 381 - 390, 664 - 682, KEMTShch-280 - 282, 287 - 290

1945: KT-210, 231, 239, 266, 284, 285, 294, 363, 851 - 857, 952, 954, 955, 958, 960, 962, 965 - 968, 972 - 979

No67 (28.9.1944), No107 (20.8.1944), No316 (9.7.1944), No317 (30.5.1944), KT-337 (9.9.1944), KT-340 (20.10.1944), KT-345 (24.10.1944), No321 (10.10.1944), No323 (30.7.1944), No902 (5.10.1941), No905 (21.6.1944), No907 (5.8.1944), No916 (26.5.1942), KT-355 (30.7.1944), KT-680 (16.11.1944)

none

1944: No903

1945: KT-231, 239, KEMTShch-101, 109, 280, 282, 287 - 290

late 1940s: all survived



Technical data


Displacement standard, t 
Displacement full, t12
Length, m

19.3

Breadth, m

3.40

Draught, m

0.80

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 petrol engines

Power, h. p.

126

Max speed, kts

10

Fuel, t

petrol

Endurance, nm(kts)220(7)
Armament

No13, 23, 33, 43, 53, 63, 67, 73, 77, 83, 87, 93, 97, 103-105, 107, 111, 113, 115, 118, 121, 123, 133, 143, 153, 163, 173, 183, 193, 203, 213, 223, 233, 243, 253, 263, 273, 283, 293, 303, 313, 346-348, 373, 383, 393, 403413, 423, 433, 443, 453, 463, 473, 483, 493, 503, 901, 1401-1416, KT-210, 231, 239, 265, 266, 283-285, 291, 292, 294, 295, 298, 349-356, 358-360, 363, 381-390, 664-682, 851-857, 952, 954, 955, 958, 960, 962, 965-968, 972-979, MI-8: 1 x 1 - 7.6/94, mechanical minesweeping gear

KEMTShch-280-282, 287-290, 7, 8: 1 x 1 - 7.6/94, magnetic minesweeping gear

Complement10


Standard scale images


<i>No13</i> 1943
No13 1943


Project history


Further development of KM-2 with twin-shaft machinery. In days of war they were used as minesweeping, patrol and smoke curtain launches.

Modernizations


1942, No104, No111; 1943, No901, 903 - 915, 917: - minesweeping gear.

1943, RTShch-101, 109: - magnetic minesweeping gear; + mechanical minesweeping gear

1944, No112, 111; 1945, KT-621 - 629: + mechanical minesweeping gear

1944, KEMTShch-101, 109: - mechanical minesweeping gear; + magnetic minesweeping gear

Naval service


No significant events.