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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
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Alma
1537
-
-
1952
Boizenburg, Elbewerft, from 10.2009 - SM-69
Andoma
-
-
-
-
then - LOTs-42, from 1963 - GS-42
Argun
795
-
21.07.1952
16.09.1952
Rostock, Neptune, then - LOTs-41, from 1963 - GS-41
Atlas
4415
-
-
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
1608
-
-
1953
Boizenburg, Elbewerft
Ritsa
-
-
-
1954?
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft?
Ruza
1609
1.01.1953
-
12.12.1953
Boizenburg, Elbewerft
Sayga
-
-
-
-
from 1956 - Buy
Teza
2693
-
-
04.1955
Type V, Rosslau, Rosslauer SW
Tigil
2727
-
-
1956
Type Va, Rosslau, Rosslauer SW
Uglomer
-
-
-
-
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft
Ungo
4198
-
16.06.1954
30.06.1954
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft, from 1956 - LOTs-75, from 1963 - GS-34
Ugor
-
-
-
-
 
Ugra
-
-
-
-
 
Ufa
-
-
-
-
Boizenburg, Elbewerft
Khronometr
-
-
-
-
 
TM-1
14308
-
28.07.1956
30.09.1956

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

TM-2
2625
-
-
1953

Rosslau, Rosslauer SW, then - VTN-2

TM-3
2624
-
-
1953
Rosslau, Rosslauer SW, then - VTN-3
VTR-5
-
-
-
-
 
VTR-18
-
-
-
-
 
VTR-20
-
-
-
-
 
VTR-28
-
-
-
-
 
VTR-144
1538
-
-
1952

Boizenburg, Elbewerft

VTR-145
-
-
-
-
 
MRT-138
-
-
-
-
 
MRT-142
2766
-
09.1957
10.1957

Type Vb, Rosslau, Rosslauer SW

MRT-143
-
-
-
-

Rosslau, Rosslauer SW

VM-50
4138?
-
16.04.1953?
8.05.1953?
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft?
LOTs-1
-
-
-
1956
from 1963 - GS-1
LOTs-2
4419
-
12.1956
19.12.1956
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft, from 1963 - GS-2
LOTs-59
4416
14.10.1954
-
17.12.1956
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft, from 1963 - GS-59
LOTs-85
4245
-
-
-
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft, from 1963 - GS-85
SBR-13
691
-
1.10.1950
4.01.1951
Rostock, Sag Neptunwerft, from 1977 - SR-13
SBR-32?
692?
-
5.10.1950?
4.01.1951?
Rostock, Sag Neptunwerft, from 1977 SR-32?
OS-25
-
-
-
-
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft
RZK-14
-
-
-
1957?
Stralsund, VEB Volkswerft, from 1958 - Kuchum, from 10.1968 - GS-46
PMSh-12
-
-
-
-
 
-
796
-
28.07.1952
16.09.1952
Rostock, Sag Neptunwerft
-
4132
-
28.02.1953
31.03.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
4134
-
16.03.1953
31.03.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
4135
-
23.03.1953
31.03.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
4136
-
27.03.1953
23.04.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
4139
-
-
9.05.1953
Stralsund, "VEB Volkswerft"
-
4418
-
-
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 4132 (former SRT-4132), .4134 (former SRT-4134), 4135 (former SRT-4135), 4136 (former SRT-4136), 4138 (former SRT-4138), 4139 (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 -1219, former -219), Teza (former -1265), Tigil (former -1265), Ugra, Ufa, VTR-5, VTR-18, VTR-20, VTR-144 (former -188), VTR-145, MRT-142 (former -1317), MRT-143?, tankers Type : 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:

Donets navigation radar (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 in 04.1954, 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 some ships added Neptun navigation radar (Neyva, Ritsa, Sayga, RZK-14). 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), Ufa, 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, 4132, 4134-4136, 4138, 4139
Caspian Flotilia: Pakhra


Hull Numbers

BT-820: 402(1984), 425
Ritsa:
Sayga: (1959)
Khronometr: -235


Decommissioned

1972 Atlas (october, training ship Romantik, Sevastopol DMF, from 12.1991 Ukraine, from 03.2014 Russia), Ungo
1973 RZK-14
1975 Argun (24.11)
1976 LOTs-59 (training ship Mechnikov OGU, then Morekologiya, from 1996 dry-cargo ship Groriya OOO Gloriya-97, from 1976 1x400 hp 6NVD48-U diesel), Sayga?
1980 LOTs-2 (february, training ship Yunga Baltiki KYuM Admiralteets Leningrad)
1983 LOTs-1 (training ship GS-1 of the Sea Club Yunga Leningrad, from 15.10.1991 cooperative firm Fortuna, decomm. 26.12.2003)
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), SBR-13 (transferred to Kaliningrad Port as SRT-129, from 28.06.2007 - in Museum of the World Ocean), Buyrep (1.09)
1996 VM-50 (31.07),
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 Project 41-03 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 -91 (2527) ?/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 -42, then -61, then -79 (236) ?/1951/1.04.1952, from 29.10.1971 diving vessel Artur Becker, tanker Vilm 941, then -11, from 20.01.1959 -11, then -15, from 1.02.1986 -112 (.2529) ?/1951/1.04.1952, from 31.12.1991 brig Roald Amudsen, hydrographic survey vesse Joh. L. Kruger (2528) ?/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 (4329) ?/29.05.1956/1.07.1956, former research ship Meteor, decomm. 29.06.1986

Vietnam: 1 unit
Oiler BO-108 (.111001) ?/?/1962 Boizenburg, Elbewerft (till 1993 civil oiler Khai Fon). 40,34x7,32x3,633 m

 
   



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