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Seagoing transport-refrigerators, rescue ships, seagoing dive boat, small hydrographic survey vessel, degaussing ships, trials ship
Type Logger

Base minesweeper
Project 24K

Small seagoing tankers
Project 14321

NATO: --- Class


Completed

? units


Ships

Stralsund «VEB Volkswerft», Rostock «Neptune», Rosslau «Rosslauer SW», Boizenburg «Elbewerft», Wismar «VEB Mathias Thesen Werft», GDR

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Alma
¹1537
-
-
1952
Boizenburg, «Elbewerft», from 10.2009 - SM-69
Andoma
-
-
-
-
then - LOTs-42, from 1963 - GS-42
Argun
¹795
-
21.07.1952
16.09.1952
Rostock, «Neptune»
Atlas
¹4415
-
-
17.12.1956
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft», then - LOTs-36, from 1963 - GS-36
BT-820
-
-
-
1954
Project 24K
Buyrep
-
-
-
-
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft»?
Krab
-
-
-
-
 
Neyva
-
-
-
-
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft», from 1956 - Giroskop
Pakhra
¹1608
-
-
1953
Boizenburg, «Elbewerft»
Ritsa
-
-
-
1954?
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft»?
Ruza
¹1609
-
-
12.12.1953
Boizenburg, «Elbewerft»
Sayga
-
-
-
-
from 1956 - Buy
Teza
¹2693
-
-
04.1955
Type V, Rosslau, «Rosslauer SW»
Tigil
¹2727
-
-
1956
Type Va, Rosslau, «Rosslauer SW»
Uglomer
-
-
-
-
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft»
Ungo
¹4198
-
16.06.1954
30.06.1954
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft», from 1956 - LOTs-75, from 1963 - GS-34
Ugor
-
-
-
-
 
Ugra
-
-
-
-
 
Ufa
-
-
-
-
 
TM-1
¹14308
-
28.07.1956
30.09.1956

Project 14321, Wismar, «VEB Mathias Thesen Werft», then - VTN-1

TM-2
¹2625
-
-
1953

Rosslau, «Rosslauer SW», then - VTN-2

TM-3
¹2624
-
-
1953
Rosslau, «Rosslauer SW», then - VTN-3
VTR-5
-
-
-
-
 
VTR-18
-
-
-
-
 
VTR-20
-
-
-
-
 
VTR-28
-
-
-
-
 
VTR-144
¹1538
-
-
1952

Boizenburg, «Elbewerft»

VTR-145
-
-
-
-
 
MRT-138
-
-
-
-
 
MRT-142
¹2766
-
09.1957
10.1957

Type Vb, Rosslau, «Rosslauer SW»

MRT-143
-
-
-
-

Rosslau, «Rosslauer SW»

VM-50
¹4138?
-
16.04.1953?
8.05.1953?
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft»?
LOTs-1
-
-
-
-
from 1963 - GS-1
LOTs-2
¹4419
-
12.1956
19.12.1956
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft», from 1963 - GS-2
LOTs-59
¹4416
-
-
17.12.1956
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft», from 1963 - GS-59
LOTs-85
¹4245
-
-
-
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft», from 1963 - GS-85
SBR-13
¹691
-
1.10.1950
4.01.1951
Rostock, «Sag Neptunwerft», from 1977 - SR-13
SBR-32?
¹692?
-
5.10.1950?
4.01.1951?
Rostock, «Sag Neptunwerft», from 1977 SR-32?
OS-25
-
-
-
-
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft»
RZK-14
-
-
-
1957?
Stralsund, «VEB Volkswerft», then LOts-46?, from 1963 - GS-46?
PMSh-12
-
-
-
-
 
-
¹796
-
28.07.1952
16.09.1952
Rostock, «Sag Neptunwerft»
-
¹4132
-
28.02.1953
31.03.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
¹4134
-
16.03.1953
31.03.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
¹4135
-
23.03.1953
31.03.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
¹4136
-
27.03.1953
23.04.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
¹4139
-
-
9.05.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
¹4418
-
-
19.12.1956
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"

Converted from SRT-400 type fish medium trawlers: BT-820 (till 12.01.1972? SRT), LOTs-1 (former SRT-4419), LOTs-36 (former SRT-4415), LOTs-59 (till 1957 SRT-4416), OS-25, rescue ships ¹4132 (former SRT-4132), çàâ.¹4134 (former SRT-4134), ¹4135 (former SRT-4135), ¹4136 (former SRT-4136), ¹4138 (former SRT-4138), ¹4139 (till 1953 SRT-4139), Type SRT-300: VM-50 (till 1953 SRT-138), refrigerators Type TKhS-300: Alma (fromer RR-187), Pakhra (former RR-1218, former RR-218), Ruza (former ÐÐ-1219, former ÐÐ-219), Teza (former ÐÐ-1265), Tigil (former ÐÐ-1265), Ugra, Ufa, VTR-5, VTR-18, VTR-20, VTR-144 (former ÐÐ-188), VTR-145, MRT-142 (former ÐÐ-1317), MRT-143?, tankers Type ÒÌ: TM-1 (former TM-318), TM-2 (former TM-308), TM-3 (former TM-307), from passenger ships: SBR-13


General characteristics - Type Logger

Displacement (tons):
Standard:VTR Boizenburg – 287,7, VTR Rosslau – 308,3, GS – 307, VTN Rosslau – 278,6, Project 14321 – 305
Full load:VTR Boizenburg – 374,6, VTR Rosslau – 432,6, GS – 452, VTN Rosslau – 432, Project 14321 – 591
Dimensions (m):
Length:VTR Boizenburg – 38,5, VTR Rosslau – 38,5, GS – 39,15, VTN Rosslau – 38,5, Project 14321 – 43,08, SBR-13, 32? – 38,5
Beam:VTR Boizenburg – 7,28, VTR Rosslau –- 7,28, GS – 7,32, VTN Rosslau – 7,5, Project 14321 – 7,62, SBR-13, 32? – 7,2
Draft:VTR Boizenburg – 2,83, VTR Rosslau – 3,21, GS – 3,12, VTN Rosslau – 3,41, Project 14321 – 7,62, SBR-13 – 3,22
Speed (knots):9 (GS – 10,3, Project 14321 – 9,5, SBR-13, 32? – 9,4)
Range:5000 nmi (VTN Rosslau – 4500 nmi (9 knots), VTR Rosslau – 2800 nmi (9 knots))
Autonomy (days):VTR - 13, GS - 30
Propulsion:1x300 hp R8VD136 diesel (BT, GS, OS - 1x400 hp R6DV148 diesel), 1 fixed pitch propeller, VTR Boizenburg – 1x57 kW diesel generator, 1x24 kW diesel generator, VTR Rosslau – 1x57 kW diesel generator, 1x38,5 kW diesel generator, GS – 1x57 kW diesel generator, 1x28 kW diesel generator, VTN – 2x13 kW diesel generators
Armament:1x1 45 mm 21KM
Electronics:

«Neptun» navigation radar (Neyva, Ritsa, Sayga, RZK-14) or «Donets» (BT-820), GND-517 radio direction finder or PE-31J or SRP-5

Capacity (tons):VTR – 80
Complement:VTR – 16, GS – 22+11, VTN Rosslau – 19

Schematics

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Modernizations

Small intelligence ships – Andoma, Argun, Atlas, Krab, Neyva in 1953, Ritsa in 1954, Sayga in 1953, Ugor, Ungo in 1954, RZK-14, LOTs-1, 2, 46, 85. «Zarnitsa» air/surface search radar (Argun, Ritsa), «Machta-P» ESW radar (RZK-14), 2 «Piramida» radars (Ritsa). On Neyva, Sayga in 1967 added MG-409 sonar, MI-110K submarine search station.
Small seagoing dry-cargo transport – Giroskop (Neyva) 1.12.1969
Traget-ship – SM-69 (Alma)


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: Andoma, Teza (from 1960 Pacific Fleet), TM-2, 3, VTR-5, MRT-138, 142, LOTs-1, 2, RZK-46, SBR-13, 32?
Black Sea Fleet: Alma, Argun, Atlas, Krab, Ruza, Ugor, LOTs-59
Northern Fleet: Ritsa, Neyva, Sayga (from 29.12.1969 Caspian Flotilia), BT-820, TM-1, VTR-28, 144, 145, MRT-143, OS-25
Pacific Fleet: Buyrep (then Northern Fleet ), Tigil, Ungo, VTR-20, VM-50, LOTs-85, ¹4132, 4134-4136, 4138, 4139
Caspian Flotilia: Pakhra


Hull Numbers

BT-820: 402(1984), 425
Ritsa: Ìîðåõîä
Sayga: Êóðñàíò(1959)


Decommissioned

1972 – Atlas (october, training ship Romantik, Sevastopol DMF), Ungo
1975 – Argun (24.11)
1976 – LOTs-59 (training ship Mechnikov OGU, then «Morekologiya», then dry-cargo ship Groriya OOO «Gloriya-97»), Sayga?
1980 – LOTs-2 (february, training ship Yunga Baltiki KYuM «Admiralteets» Leningrad)
1983 – LOTs-1 (training ship of the Sea Club «Yunga» Leningrad)
1990 – Teza (28.09)
1992 – BT-820 (19.03)
1994 – LOTs-85 (3.07)
1995 – TM-1 (1.09), TM-2 (civil VTN-2 ZAO Lentrans», converted by Project 3101, then converted by Project 3101/5555), Buyrep (1.09)
1996 – VM-50 (31.07), SBR-13 (transferred to Kaliningrad Port as SRT-129, from 28.06.2007 - in Museum of the World Ocean)
2004 – MRT-142 (30.12, civil without rename)
2007 – VTR-144
2008 – TM-3
2011 – Pakhra
2013 – Alma (4.06)
VTN-2 (civil), MRT-142 (civil), Ruza (Ukraine, transport-refrigerator of the «Tavrida» Rybkolkhoz, from 05.1997 OOO «Tak», then «Golden Fish Limited»)
As civil ships: Usa (refrigerator, comm.09.1952 Boizenburg «Elbewerft», 12.07.2002 ship was thrown ashore by storm in to the Yuzhno-Kurilsk)


Export

GDR: 5 units
Rosslau «Rosslauer SW» - transports Rugen 223, from 1953 913, from 1954 843, then Å-91 (¹2527) ?/1951/15.06.1952, from 1959 torpedoes trials ship V-71, then V-84, from 15.11.1974 training ship Freundschaft, then passengers ship Framat (Honduras flag) , Ruden 931, then Í-42, then Å-61, then Å-79 (¹236) ?/1951/1.04.1952, from 29.10.1971 diving vessel Artur Becker, tanker Vilm 941, then Í-11, from 20.01.1959 Ñ-11, then Ñ-15, from 1.02.1986 Ñ-112 (çàâ.¹2529) ?/1951/1.04.1952, from 31.12.1991 brig Roald Amudsen, hydrographic survey vesse Joh. L. Kruger (¹2528) ?/4.06.1951/10.1951, from 1.01.1960 research ship, from 6.07.1961 Professor Penck, from 1963 Professor Albrecht Penck, Stralsund «VEB Volkswerft» - trials ship Rugen V-84 (¹4329) ?/29.05.1956/1.07.1956, former research ship Meteor, decomm. 29.06.1986

Vietnam: 1 unit
Oiler BO-108 (çàâ.¹111001) ?/?/1962 Boizenburg, «Elbewerft» (till 1993 civil oiler Khai Fon). 40,34x7,32x3,633 m

 
   

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