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Inshore minesweepers
Type Lake (Type MMS-126)

NATO: 126-ft Admiralty-type motor minesweepers


Completed

4 units


Ships

Canada

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Star Shipyards, New Westminster 2 units
T-199
-
1944
10.05.1945
9.01.1946
from 7.05.1956 - Thermoscope, from 12.01.1957 - LOTs-83
T-201
-
1944
10.07.1945
19.03.1946
from 12.01.1955 - Kashalot
Vancouver Shipyards 1 unit
T-200
-
1944
31.05.1945
8.02.1946
from 25.06.1956 - GRS-2
Newcastle Shipbuilding, Nanaimo 1 unit
T-202
-
25.07.1944
27.07.1945
11.03.1946
from 12.01.1955 - SBR-125

Former Royal Canadian NAVY minesweepers: T-199 (till 11.01.1946 Spruce Lake J493), T-200 (till 8.02.1946 Beech Lake J482), T-201 (till 22.03.1946 Poplar Lake J494), T-202 (till 14.03.1946 Willow Lake J495)


General characteristics - Type Lake

Displacement (tons):
Standard:360
Full load:430
Dimensions (m):
Length:42,52
Beam:7,92
Draft:3,81
Speed (knots):10,3
Range:2000 nmi (9,5 knots)
Autonomy (days):-
Propulsion:1x500 hp diesel, 1 fixed pitch propeller
Armament:1x1 20 mm
2 12,7 mm
1 magnetic sweep, 1 acoustic sweep
Electronics:-
Complement:25

Schematics

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Modernizations

Hydrographic survey vessel: Thermoscope (T-199) 7.04.1956.
Degaussing station: -125 (-202) 18.12.1954
Trials ship: Kashalot (T-201) 18.12.1954
Dredger: GRS-2 (T-200)


Fleets

Black Sea Fleet: T-199-202


Hull Numbers

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Decommissioned

1957 T-199 (12.03)
1958 T-201 (20.10)
1960 T-202 (18.01)
1961 T-200 (19.06)


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