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Small landing ships
Project 106K Saygak

Small seagoing tankers
Project 106KM

Seagoing water tankers
Project 106KV

NATO: Vydra Class


Completed

50? units


Ships

Project 106K Shipyard named after Kominterna (15 units), Kherson, Tuapse, Nikolaevsk-na-Amure, Bor, Zhovtnevoe Shipyard №872, Oktyabryskiy Shipyard named after 40-th of October revolution, 1966-70 - 46 units

Name
Yard №
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
MDK-2
-
-
-
15.07.1965
Tuapse
MDK-3
-
-
-
1970
Kherson, Shipyard named after Kominterna
MDK-4
-
-
-
1968
Oktyabryskiy Shipyard named after 40-th of October revolution
MDK-5
-
-
-
1970
Oktyabryskiy Shipyard named after 40-th of October revolution
MDK-6
-
-
-
1963
Kherson, Shipyard named after Kominterna
MDK-27
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-73
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-96
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-99
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-111
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-127
-
-
-
14.11.1970
 
MDK-152
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-155
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-159
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-160
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-163
-
-
-
12.1967
Nikolaevsk-na-Amure Shipyard
MDK-164
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-166
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-168
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-170
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-173
-
-
-
10.07.1968
 
MDK-174
-
-
-
1969
 
MDK-175
-
-
-
28.12.1969
 
MDK-176
-
-
-
31.10.1968
 
MDK-177
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-178
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-181
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-182
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-190
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-191
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-192
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-193
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-200
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-499
№7
-
-
11.09.1968
 
MDK-
№2
-
-
1966
then - OS-237
MDK-
№4
-
-
1968
then - BSS-79200
MDK-
№8
-
-
1970
Nikolaevsk-na-Amure
MDK-
№195
-
-
19.03.1968
Oktyabryskiy Shipyard named after 40-th of October revolution, then - MBSS-546200

Project 106KM – Oktyabryskiy Shipyard named after 40-th of October revolution, completed in Aralsk 1970-72 – 2? units

Наименование
Заводской
Заложен
Спущен на воду
Вступление в строй
Примечание
VTN-31
-
-
-
-
 
VTN-33
-
-
-
-
 

Project 106KV – Oktyabryskiy Shipyard named after 40-th of October revolution, completed in Aralsk 1968-70 – 2? units

Наименование
Заводской
Заложен
Спущен на воду
Вступление в строй
Примечание
MVT-27
-
-
-
-
 
MVT-47
-
-
-
-
 

General characteristics - Project 106K

Displacement (tons):
Standard:460
Full load:610
Dimensions (m):
Length:54,5
Beam:7,95
Draft:2,04
Speed (knots):10,5
Range:1600 nmi (9 knots)
Autonomy (days):2
Propulsion:2x300 hp 3D12 diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers in rotating nozzles, 1x50 kW diesel generator, 2x30 kW diesel generators
Cargo:3 main battle tanks or 4 light tanks PT-76 or 5 BTR-152 or 6 general purpose army trucks ZIL-131 or 10 military trucks GAZ-66 or 176 troops
Electronics:Don navigational radar
Complement:13 (1 officers)

Schematics

Small landing ship - Project 106K
Small landing ship - Project 106K


Modernizations

KGB Maritime Border Guard: former MDK-174, 499
Seagoing self-propelled dry-cargo barges: МBSS-234200 (Black Sea Fleet, decommissioned 1990, 19.07.1991 transferred to civil company), MBSS-546200 (№195), МBSS-705200 (Caspian Flotilia, then - BSS-705200)
Harbor self-propelled dry-cargo barge: BSS-79200 (№4) decomm. 9.06.2005, civil dry-cargo ship Azimut OOO Koryakavtogruz, from 7.08.2006 OOO Diver
Trials ships: OS-237 (№2), OS-238 (Northern Fleet). OS-237 for armor systems trials


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: MDK-99, 127, №2 (then Black Sea Fleet), 195
Black Sea Fleet: MDK-3 (then Northern Fleet), 166
Northern Fleet: MDK-5
Pacific Fleet: MDK-155, 159, 163, 173, 174 (then Amur Flotilia), 175, 176, 181, 192, 193, 200, 499 (then Amur Flotilia), №4, №8
Caspian Flotilia: MDK-2, 152, VTN-31, 33, MVT-27, 47


Hull Numbers

MDK-155: 623(2000)
MDK-159: 641(2000)
MDK-173: 601(1991), 653(1993)
MDK-174: 610(2000)
MDK-175: 613(2000)
MDK-176: 630(2000)
MDK-181: 625(2000)
MDK-190: 646(2000)
MDK-192: 652(2000)
MDK-193: 639(2000)
MDK-200: 622(2000)


Decommissioned

1992 – MDK-163 (19.03)
1993 – MDK-173 (30.06), MDK-176 (30.06)
1995 – MDK-175 (4.08)
1996 – №8 (dry cargo ship Tezey, Pribrezhnaya, then Vostok, 3D12A1 diesels, from 2003 1x300 hp 3D12A1 diesel, 1x300 hp 3D12L-041 diesel)
2003 – MDK-499 (19.08, from 2006 - Antey)
MDK-2 (Turkmenistan, BM-2 dry-cargo ship Turkmendenizellary, from 2000 Bekdash, 2x300 hp 3D12A diesels), MDK-3, MDK-4, MDK-5, MDK-6, №8 - as civil dry-cargo ships
As civil ships: BM-2 (comm.15.07.1965, Tuapse, from Caspian Flotilia, dry-cargo ship in Turkmenistan, from 2000 Bekdash, 2x300 hp 3D12A diesels)
1983 – №195 (self-propelled barge Granit Mintransstroy, then AO Morskii linii, 2x300 hp 3D12AL diesels, 1x25 kW diesel-generator, 1x15 kW diesel-generator)


Export

Azerbaijan: 2 units
D435, D436 (till 1992 MDK-152?)

Bulgaria: 24 units
Under license in Burgas and Rusa, 1974-76: №252-259, from 1977 №420-429, from 1985 №703-712. In 1977 re-equipment for minelaying. In 1980-th added 1x2 23 mm 2M-3M. №604-617 (in 1992 transferred from Bulgarian NAVY). Then №302 from 4.08.2013 Sirius, №304 from 4.08.2013 Antares. №302 and 304 were classified to small armament transports. №703, 706 decomm. in 2007, №704, 705, 707, 712 decomm. 13.06.2008. 3 units was sold to Greece as civil cargo ships.

Georgia: 2 units
Guria 001, 10.2008 transferred to Coast Guard P-01, Atia 002, 10.2008 transferred to Coast Guard P-02. (till 6.07.2001 Bulgaria №608, 612). Decomm. in 2013

Egypt: 10 units
In 1968-69, type 60: №640, then №330, №643, then №332, №645, then №334, №648, then №336, №649, then №338, №682, then №340, №684, then №342, №685, then №344, №688, then №346.

Ukraine: 2 unit
Trials ship Korosten U862 (till 1997 OS-237) decommissioned 30.11.2004

 
   



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