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Large torpedo boats
Project 206

NATO: Shershen Class


Completed

80 units


Ships

Project 206

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Shipyard 345, Yaroslavl (then Yaroslavl Shipyard) - 50 units
TK-73
200
-
-
10.1960
from 19.05.1966 - T-73
TK-74
201
-
-
10.1960
from 19.05.1966 - T-74
TK-85
202
-
-
1960
from 19.05.1966 - T-85, from 1978 - -1034
TK-14
203
-
-
-
from 19.05.1966 - T-14
TK-
204
-
-
-
 
TK-
205
-
-
-
 
TK-144
206
-
-
5.05.1961
from 19.05.1966 - T-144
TK-145
207
-
-
5.05.1961
from 19.05.1966 - T-145
TK-8
215
-
-
1964
from 19.05.1966 - T-8
TK-3
216
-
-
1964
from 19.05.1966 - T-3
TK-528
217
-
-
-
from 19.05.1966 - T-528
TK-24
218
-
-
-
from 19.05.1966 - T-24
TK-17
219
-
-
1964
from 19.05.1966 - T-17
TK-19
220
-
-
-
from 19.05.1966 - T-19
TK-532
221
-
-
-
from 19.05.1966 - T-532
TK-533
222
-
-
-
from 19.05.1966 - T-533
TK-534
223
-
-
-
from 19.05.1966 - T-534
TK-124
224
-
-
1965
from 19.05.1966 - T-124
TK-130
225
-
-
24.01.1965
from 19.05.1966 - T-130
TK-131
226
-
-
1965
from 19.05.1966 - T-131
TK-18
237
-
-
1965
from 19.05.1966 - T-18
T-
240
-
-
-
 
T-
241
-
-
-
 
T-
242
-
-
-
 
T-
249
-
-
-
 
T-
251
-
-
-
 
T-
260
-
-
1965
 
T-
261
-
-
1965
 
T-
262
-
-
1966
 
T-
263
-
-
1967
 
T-
264
-
-
1967
 
T-
265
-
-
1967
 
Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, Leningrad - 5 units
TK-
228
-
-
1960
 
TK-172
229
-
-
1960
from 19.05.1966 - T-172
TK-176
230
-
-
-
from 19.05.1966 - T-176
TK-179
231
-
-
1967
from 19.05.1966 - T-179
T-57
234
-
-
1967
 
Sosnovsky Shipyard - 25 units (3201-3225)
TK-132
3201
-
-
1965
from 19.05.1966 - -132
T-174
3206
-
-
19.04.1967?
 
T-190
3208
-
-
1968
 
T-148
3211
-
-
1.02.1967
 
T-213
3212
-
-
28.03.1969
 
T-165
3213
-
-
22.08.1968
 
T-152
3214
-
-
4.02.1969
 
T-214
-
-
-
12.02.1969
 
T-220
-
-
-
27.04.1970
 
T-25
-
-
-
-
 
TK-29
-
-
-
1965
from 19.05.1966 - -29
T-31
-
-
-
-
 
T-33
-
-
-
-
 
T-34
-
-
-
-
 
T-38
-
-
-
-
 
T-39
-
-
-
-
 
T-83
-
-
-
-
 
T-84
-
-
-
-
 
T-86
-
-
-
-
 
T-97
-
-
-
-
 
T-162
-
-
-
-
 
T-169
-
-
-
-
 
T-181
3215
-
-
1969?
 
T-182
3216
-
-
1969?
 
T-296
-
-
-
-
 
T-337
-
-
-
-
 

Unknown Shipyard?: TK-7 (comm.1964, from 19.05.1966 T-7), T-60, TK-115 (comm.1961, from 19.05.1966 T-115), TK-116 (comm.1961, from 19.05.1966 T-116), TK-125 (comm.1965, from 19.05.1966 T-125), T-129, T-185 (comm.1968), T-188, T-191, T-200 (comm.1968), T-215, T-216, T-359, T-434, T-450, T-526, T-536 (comm.24.01.1967)


General characteristics - Project 206

Displacement (tons):
Standard:129
Full load:161 (with M-503G diesels - 152)
Dimensions (m):
Length:34,14
Beam:6,77
Draft:1,72
Speed (knots):46
Range:1700 nmi (13 knots), 800 nmi (30 knots), 600 nmi (35 knots), 460 nmi (42 knots)
Autonomy (days):5
Propulsion:3x4000 hp M-503G diesels or 3x5000 hp M-504B diesels, 3 fixed pitch propellers, 3x28 kW diesel generators
Armament:2x2 30 mm AK-230 (2000 rounds) - MR-104 Rys fire control system
4x1 533 mm OTA-53-206 torpedo tubes (4 53-56V torpedoes) - Onega-4 fire control system(on some boats)
12 BB-1 depth charges, 6 mines
Electronics:MR-102 Baklan radar (not on all torpedo boats)
Complement:21 (2 officers)

Schematics

Large torpedo boat - Project 206
Large torpedo boaT- Project 206


Modernizations

Trials boats: Type Katran - 1 unit: OK-1034 (T-85) - for underwater wings trials
OK-443 (comm.1969, Issyk Kul) for VA-111 Shkval torpedo trials (2x2 torpedo tubes)
On 1 unit of the Baltic Fleet added 1 launcher UB-32


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: TK-19, 24, T-33 (then Caspian Flotilia), 60, 174, 181 (from 18.06.1972 Black Sea Fleet), 182 (from 18.06.1972 Black Sea Fleet), 215 (from 1972 Black Sea Fleet), 216 (from 1972 Black Sea Fleet, then Pacific Fleet)
Black Sea Fleet: TK-3, 7, 29, 85, 115, 116, 125 (then Caspian Flotilia), 132, 144 (from 1961 Northern Fleet, from 1978 Black Sea Fleet, then Caspian Flotilia), 145 (from 1961 Northern Fleet, from 1974 Caspian Flotilia), 176, T-25, 38, 129, 162, 169, 185, 188, 190 (then Baltic Fleet), 200, 359, 434, 450, 526, 536, 240-242, 249, 251
Northern Fleet: TK-8 (from 1975 Baltic Fleet), 17 (then Baltic Fleet), 18 (from 1975 Baltic Fleet), 73, 74 (from 1978 Black Sea Fleet), 124 (from 1975 Baltic Fleet), 130 (from 1978 Black Sea Fleet), 131 (then Baltic Fleet), T-57 (from 1978 Baltic Fleet), 148 (from 1978 Black Sea Fleet), 152 (then Black Sea Fleet), 165 (thenBlack Sea Fleet, thenPacific Fleet), 179 (from 1978 Black Sea Fleet), 213 (from 1978 Baltic Fleet), 214 (from 1978 Baltic Fleet), 220 (from 1978 Black Sea Fleet)
Pacific Fleet: T-191
Caspian Flotilia:


Hull Numbers

T-8: 324
T-125: 314?(1985)
T-165: 483(1976)
T-185: 333(1972)
T-190: 447(1969)
T-216: 473


Decommissioned

1978 TK-73
1983 T-60 (in museum in Temryuk)
1990 T-174 (19.04)
1999 T-33 (30.12)
As civil ship after decommissioning: Vikhr (research ship, from Black Sea Fleet)


Export

Angola: 6 units
1 units in 16.12.1977, 2 unit in 16.12.1978, 1 unit in 02.1979, 1 unit in 05.1981, 1 unit in 1983. 22

Bulgaria: 6 units
TKA-24, from 28.12.1985 Orel 104 in 1978, TKA-25, from 28.12.1985 Yastreb 105 30.09.1970, TKA-, from 28.12.1985 Albatros 106 30.09.1970, TKA-27, from 28.12.1985 Yaguar 114 30.09.1970, TKA-28, from 28.12.1985 Bars 115 30.09.1970, TKA-29, from 28.12.1985 Pantera 116 in 1978. Converted into patrol boats 515 (Pantera) - torpedo tubes removed, 524 (Bars) in 1996 - stern torpedo tubes were removed, decommissioned in 2000 and tranferred to the Young Sailors Club

Vietnam: 16 units
HQ-301, from 2006 Coast guard patrol boat CSB5011 (till 16.04.1979 T-165), HQ-302, from 2006 Coast guard patrol boat CSB5012 (till 16.04.1979 T-191), HQ-303 (till 08.1980 T-216), HQ-304 in 08.1980, HQ-305 10.1980 decomm. 2016, HQ-306 in 10.1980 decomm. 2010, HQ-307 in 06.1981 decomm. 2002, HQ-308 in 06.1981 decomm. 2002, HQ-309 in 06.1983 decomm. 2002, HQ-310 in 06.1983 decomm. 2015, HQ-311 in 06.1983 decomm. 2015, HQ-312 in 06.1983 decomm. 2015, HQ-313 in 06.1983 decomm. 2015, HQ-314 in 06.1983 decomm. 2015, HQ-315, from 2006 Coast guard patrol boat CSB5013 in 06.1983 decomm. 2015, HQ-316, from 2006 Coast guard patrol boat CSB5014 in 06.1983 decomm. 2015 (former TK-17 in 1983, TK-19 in 1983, TK-24 in 1983, T-169, T-190 in 1983). HQ-301, 302 transferred without TT. On HQ-311 and 1 uniT- 2x2 30 mm AK-230 replaced by 2x2 25 mm 2M-3M. On coast patrol boats: 2M-3M instead of AK-230, TT removed.

Guinea: 3 units
1 unit in 12.1978, 1 unit in 01.1979, 1 unit in 12.1979. Then modernizied into a patrol boats - TT removed. Decommissioned in 1987

Guinea-Bissau: 2 units
T-3 in 1978, 1 unit in 12.1979. Then modernizied into a patrol boats - TT removed

East Germany: 18 units
Yaroslavl Shipyard: large torpedo boats Arthur Becker 841, from 1971 S-43, then S-816, from 1981 816 14.10.1968 (from 1970 till 1981 training boat) decomm. 20.10.1984, Hans Coppi 842, from 1981 812 9.11.1968 decomm. 1.09.1984, Bernhard Baestlein 843, from 1971 S-41, then S-814, from 1981 836 14.12.1968 (from 1970 1981 ), decomm. 1.09.1984, Edgar Andre 844, from 1971 811 18.01.1969, decomm. 1.09.1984, Fritz Heckert 845, from 1971 834 24.07.1969 decomm. 1.09.1984, Willi Baensch 861, from 1971 831 16.08.1969, decomm. 1.10.1986, Walter Husemann 862, from 1971 S-42, then S-815, from 1981 856 19.09.1969 (from 1970 till 1981 training boat), decomm. 20.10.1986, Adam Kickhoff 863, from 1971 814 15.10.1969, decomm. 15.09.1984, William Florin 864, from 1971 815 13.12.1969, decomm. 28.02.1990, Ernst Grube 865, from 1971 833 16.07.1970, decomm. 28.02.1990, Rudolf Breitscheid 821, from 1971 852 1.08.1970, decomm. 1.10.1986, Fritz Behn 822, from 1971 851 5.09.1970, decomm. 1.10.1986, Ernst Schneller 823, from 1971 835, from 1986 851 12.10.1970, decomm. 28.02.1990, Anton Saefkow 824, from 1971 853 28.11.1970, decomm. 28.02.1990, Fiete Schulze 825, from 1971 854 22.12.1970, decomm. 20.10.1986, Arvid Harnack 843, from 1971 813 16.07.1971, decomm. 15.08.1985, Bruno Kuhn 862, from 1971 832 26.08.1971, decomm. 28.02.1990, Heinz Kapelle 841, from 1971 855, from 1984 811 6.10.1971, decomm. 28.02.1990. Former h/n 859 (in 1982)

Egypt: 6 units
310, then 751 (till 02.1967 260) decomm. 2008, 321, then 753 (till 4.11.1967 261), 332, then 755 (till 11.11.1967 262), 343, then 757 (till 11.1967 263), 354, then 759 (till 5.01.1968 264), 365, then 761 (till 02.1968 265). Then modernizied into a patrol boats - TT removed, added 2x8 122 mm rocket launchers (343 and plus 1 unit ) or 124 240 mm rocket launcher and 1x4 launcher SAM system 9K32 Strela-2 (missiles 9M32) (4 units)

Cabo Verde: 2 units
451, 452 (1 unit in 03.1979, 1 unit in 07.1979). Then modernizied into a patrol boats - TT removed, added 2x20 122 mm rocket launchers

Kampuchea: 2 units
1123 (till 02.2006 Vietnam HQ-304), 1124 (till 02.2006 Vietnam HQ-303?). Without TT and 2x2 25 mm 2M-3M instead of AK-230

Nothern Korea: 4 units
In 1968: Yaroslavl Shipyard - 1322

Congo: 3 units
1 unit in 8.12.1979, 2 units in 12.1979

Croatia: 1 unit
Vukovar 51 (till 28.09.1991 Yugoslavia 222). Decomm. in 2004

Yugoslavia: 4 units
4 units from Yaroslavl Shipyard: Pionir 211 in 1965, Partizan 212, from 1972 297, from 1972 212 in 1965, Topcider 214 in 1965 decomm. in 1993, Ivan 215 in 1965. 10 units completed by license in Kralevitse (laid down into the Yarolslavl Shipyard) Proleter 213 (386) 1968 decomm. in 1993, Napredak 216 (387) 1969 decomm. in 1993, Kornat 217 (388) 1969, Biokovac 218 (389) 1969, Streljko 219 (391) 1970 decomm. in 1991, was sunk as a target 12.10.1994, Crvena zvezda 220 (392) 1970, Borac 221 (393) 1970, Partizan II 222 1970 (396) 1971, Partizan III 223 (397) 1971, Pionir II 224 (398) 1971

Tranferred: 66 units: 240 in 1968, 241 in 1968, 242 in 1968
"Object 204" - T-185 in 1978

 
   



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