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Passenger boats, training boats
Project 722
Project 722U

NATO: Bryza Class


Completed

42 (?) units


Ships

Project 722 - 30? units, Project 722U – 12 units

Wisla Shipyard, Gdansk, Poland (Project 722 1961-68 – ¹722/101-105, 130, 132, 135-137, ¹722/107 ?/7.09.1963/15.10.1963, ¹722/108 ?/24.10.1963/5.12.1963, ¹722/109 ?/22.11.1963/31.12.1963, ¹722/110 ?/22.01.1964/31.03.1964, ¹722/111 ?/18.02.1964/23.05.1964, ¹722/112 ?/11.04.1964/3.07.1964, ¹722/115 ?/23.09.1964/7.11.1964, ¹722/116 ?/16.11.1964/28.12.1964, ¹722/117 ?/21.01.1965/31.03.1965, ¹722/118 ?/6.05.1965/30.06.1965, ¹722/119 ?/20.07.1965/30.09.1965, ¹722/122 ?/12.11.1965/26.12.1965, ¹722/123 ?/30.12.1965/4.03.1966, ¹722/126 ?/18.05.1966/28.07.1966, ¹722/127 ?/11.07.1966/21.09.1966, Project 722U from 1967 – ¹722U/1-3, 5, 9-12)

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
UK-28
-
-
-
12.01.1972?
Project 722U
PSK-44
-
-
-
-
from 16.11.1975 - MK-44
PSK-49
-
-
-
-
from 16.11.1975 - MK-49
PSK-52
-
-
-
-
from 16.11.1975 - MK-52
PSK-53
-
-
-
-
from 16.11.1975 - MK-53
PSK-54
-
-
-
-
 
PSK-55
-
-
-
1964
Project 722
PSK-56
-
-
-
1965
Project 722, from 16.11.1975 - MK-56
PSK-57
¹722/114
-
4.08.1964
30.09.1964
Project 722, from 16.11.1975 - MK-57
PSK-58
¹722/113
-
13.06.1964
31.08.1964
Project 722, from 16.11.1975 - MK-58
MK-59
-
-
-
-
 
PSK-61
-
-
-
1965
Project 722, from 16.11.1975 - MK-61
PSK-62
-
-
-
1966
Project 722, from 16.11.1975 - MK-62, from 31.07.1992 - PSK-62
PSK-63
-
-
-
-
 
PSK-99
¹722/125
-
17.03.1966
22.06.1966
Project 722, from 16.11.1975 - MK-99, from 31.07.1992 - PSK-99
UK-190
¹722U/7
-
-
17.03.1975
Project 722U
UK-195
¹722/106
-
-
20.09.1963
Project 722
UK-198
¹722/124
-
12.02.1966
30.04.1966
Project 722
MK-199
-
-
-
-
 
MK-321
-
-
-
-
 
UK-472
¹722U/4
-
-
12.01.1970?
Project 722U, from 30.06.1993? - Konevets
UK-473
-
-
-
12.01.1971?
Project 722U
UK-552
-
-
-
-
Project 722U
MK-537
-
-
-
1965
Project 722, from 31.07.1992 - PSK-537
UK-558
-
-
-
9.01.1969?
Project 722U
UK-559
-
-
-
6.01.1970?
Project 722U
POK-560
-
-
-
-
 
POK-571
-
-
-
-
then - UK-571
MK-573
-
-
-
-
 
PSK-576
¹722/134
-
-
1967
Project 722
UK-578
-
-
-
12.01.1974?
Project 722U
UK-580
-
-
-
8.01.1973?
Project 722U
UK-617
-
-
-
-
Project 722U
POK-649
¹722U/6
-
-
1974
Project 722U, then - UK-649
UK-666
¹722U/8
-
-
1975
Project 722U
UK-687
-
-
-
1978
Project 722U, then - PSK-687
POK-755
-
-
-
-
Project 722U, then - UK-755
UK-756
-
-
-
-
Project 722U
UK-757
-
-
-
6.01.1970?
Project 722U
POK-758
-
-
-
-
Project 722U, then - UK-758

Re-named boats: POK-550 (then UK-550), POK-574 (then UK-574) (then UK-195, UK-198)


General characteristics - Project 722

Displacement (tons):
Standard:116,64
Full load:139,93 (Project 722U - 142,6)
Dimensions (m):
Length:28,82 (Project 722U – 28,66)
Beam:6,45 (Project 722U – 6,52)
Draft:1,84 (Project 722U – 1,86)
Speed (knots):11,7 (Project 722U – 10,5)
Range:2400 nmi (10,9 knots)
Autonomy (days):7
Propulsion:2x150 hp Wola DM150 diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 2x12,5 kW 85/11 diesel-generators (Project 722U – 2x14 kW diesel-generators)
Electronics: «Donets-2» navigation radar
Capacity (tons):100 (28 students - Project 722U)
Complement:14

Schematics

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Modernizations

On some boats WOLA DM150 diesels was replaced by 2x150 hp 3D6S diesels (UK-195 in 1984?, UK-198 in 1987?)
On PSK-58 in 1987? WOLA DM150 diesels was replaced by 2x150 hp 6ChSP15/18 diesels
On PSK-58 2x12,5 kW 85/11 diesel generators was replaced by 1x28,5 kW diesel generator, 1x10,5 kW diesel generator
On UK-195, UK-198 2x12,5 kW 85/11 diesel generators was replaced by 2x14 kW diesel generators


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: PSK-44, 57, 63, 576, UK-28, 472, 473, 522, 558, 559, 578, 580, 617, 666, 756, POK-560, 755, 758
Black Sea Fleet: PSK-54-56, 58, 61, MK-537, UK-190, 195, 198, POK-649
Northern Fleet: PSK-49, 52, 53, 62, 99, MK-59 (then Black Sea Fleet)
Pacific Fleet:
Caspian Flotilia: POK-571, UK-687, 757


Hull Numbers

POK-571: 391
POK-758: 326(1993)


Decommissioned

PSK-58 (Briz, from 1994 Ukraine Premiere AO «Yalta Ltd.», then Anzhela «Yalta Ltd.» Shipping), UK-472 (civil boat Konevets)
1965 – ¹722/108 (passenger boat Romantik in Orlyonok Young Pioneer camp, then AO «Kurort-Nebug»)
1987 – UK-195 (31.12, training boat Nadezhda in Sevastopol Young Sailors Flotilia)
1988 – UK-198 (may, training boat Mechta in Sevastopol Young Sailors Flotilia)
1991 – UK-578 (7.08), UK-580 (7.08), PSK-576 (training ship Rusich, then YuVMK «Alye parusa» Kronshtadt)
1993 – UK-473 (30.06), UK-558 (30.06), UK-559 (30.06, civil boat AOZT «Kristall»)
1994 – UK-28 (17.12), UK-666 (17.12, training boat Mikhail Balaban in Novgorod Club of the Young Sailors, in 06.1998 upgraded to Project 722UK360060.002), ), UK-757 (5.07)
1999 – UK-755
2009 – PSK-62 (plan)
2013 – PSK-55
After the decommissioning as a civilian ships: Valaam (Project 722U, comm.1966, TcNTO RAN, then Valaam-1), Viktoriya (Project 722U II series, comm.1974, from Black Sea Fleet, converted by Project 1956-Z to fishing boat), Konkord (Project 722U, comm.1970, from Baltic Fleet), Marem Akhilgova (comm. 1967, OOO «Independent Investment Group Ltd.», purchased 4.11.2002, upgrade to Project 722/1: 2x170 hp diesels Yanmar 6ÑÍ-ÒÅ, then to «Azimut Company»), Nord (KYuT «Druzhba» Dubny, then Nord Chayka, Project 722U, comm.1970, purchased 14.05.1999, upgrade to Project 38.722Ó-04), Ð14-53ÌÃ (Project 722U, «Dyuna» company). 1 unit of Project 722U upgrade to Project P258 in 1994


Export

Azerbaijan: 2 units
Patrol boats Ð-217, 218. 1x2 14,5 mm 2M-7

Poland: 4 units
Gdansk, Visla Shipyard, Project 722 - boat K-18 (¹722/34) ?/?/28.12.1964, TRN-823 navigation radar, then SRN, decomm. 05.2003, sunk 16.08.2009 as diving object, Project OS-1 - training boats Podchorazhy 711 (¹OS-1/1) 9.01.1974/6.04.1974/30.11.1974 decomm. 30.06.2005, from 07.2006 as museum-ship in Lebe, Kadet 712 (¹OS-1/2) ?/11.04.1975/19.07.1975 decomm. 28.02.2005, Elew 713 (¹OS-1/3) ?/19.11.1975/5.03.1976 from 31.05.2005 civil boat Pomorzhanin. ?/146,7 tons, 28,82x6,6x1,82 m, 10,5 kts, 2 diesel-generators ZE-266 x31 kW, crew - 11, 5 days, 30 students, 2 navigational radars TRN-823, then 2 navigational radars 2 SRN

Ukraine: 2 units
Training boats Voznesensk U543, from 2001 gunboat Gola Pristan` U171, from 2005 communication boat Pivdenny U855 (till 3.08.1992 UK-190), Titan U544, then communication boat Dobropolye U854 (till 3.08.1992 POK-649)

 
   

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