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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
-
-
1966
then - OS-237
MDK-
4
-
-
1968
then - BSS-79200
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
-
-
-
12.01.1968?
 
MDK-174
-
-
-
-
 
MDK-175
-
-
-
12.01.1969?
 
MDK-176
-
-
-
-
 
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-
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 2? units

VTN-31
-
-
-
-
 
VTN-33
-
-
-
-
 

Project 106KV Oktyabryskiy Shipyard named after 40-th of October revolution 2? units

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: BSS-234200 (Black Sea Fleet, decommissioned 1990, 19.07.1991 transferred to civil company), MBSS-546200 (195), BSS-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-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-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 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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