List of active Ukrainian Navy ships

This is a list of vessels used by Ukrainian Navy. It includes main naval ships and cutters which are in service or were recently unlisted in the Ukrainian Navy as well as the auxiliary fleet, and lists ships' project numbers where a written class is unavailable or not notable - these are used by the designers to note each ship's type. As of December 2007, the Navy had 27 combat ships and cutters.[1] Some 20 years after the fall of the Soviet Union, the main warships of the Ukrainian Navy are former Black Sea Fleet vessels that were designed and built in the Soviet Union.

Naval ensign of Ukraine

Having several shipyards on its territory, the shipbuilding industry of Ukraine was mostly stalled after the fall of the Soviet Union. Following the Orange Revolution, on 9 August 2005 the Cabinet of Ukraine allocated some funding for the first major national program "Corvette" that was initiated by Minister of Defense Anatoliy Hrytsenko. The first warship-class built in the independent Ukraine was expected to produce its first vessel in 2016.[2][3]

As of 24 March 2014, all of the larger ships but one (the Ukrainian frigate Hetman Sahaydachniy) of the Ukrainian Navy were captured by the Russian Black Sea Fleet.[4] Some ships Russia returned to Ukraine (35 vessels in total).[5] In 2015 Ukraine received 5 small (7 and 11 meter aluminum) Willard Marine patrol boats; the original order was placed in 2013.[6][7]

During the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, the frigate Hetman Sahaidachny was scuttled by her crew[8] and some one dozen or more other ships were reported captured or destroyed.[9][10] In June 2022, the Navy announced that a number of boats had been mobilised, equipped for military needs and inducted into their newly announced river flotilla of 19 vessels; at least 7 vessels not previously known to be in the Navy were shown in the accompanying video (one of which was previously a pleasure boat[11]). The 7 identified vessels are listed below,[12][13] although it is possible that the 2 PO-2 boats among them were pre-existing Navy boats which had their pennant numbers painted over.

Surface fleetEdit

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a] Shipyard Commissioned Note
Patrol ships (8)[b]
Matka   Ex-missile boat P153 Pryluky[c][d][14] 257   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard 1980 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea in May 2014[15]
Missile boat 1991-2018; now a patrol boat[16]
Island   Patrol boats P191 Starobilsk (f/k/a USCGC Drummond) 168   Bollinger Shipyards 1988/2018
P192 Sumy (f/k/a USCGC Ocracoke) 1986/2021
P193 Fastiv (f/k/a UCGC Washington)[17] 1990/2021
Gyurza-M   Patrol boats P175 Berdyansk 54   Kuznya na Rybalskomu 2016 Vessels captured in the Kerch Strait incident and returned to the Ukrainian Navy on 18 November 2019[18]
P176 Nikopol 2018
P180 Kostopil[19] 2020
Zhuk 1400M   Small patrol gunboat[20] P170 Skadovsk[e][21] 39.7   More Shipyard 1990
Landing craft (2)[f]
Polnocny-C   Mid-size landing ship L401 Yuri Olefirenko[g][22] 1,192   Północna Shipyard 1971 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 19 April 2014[23]
Ondatra   Small landing craft L434 Svatove[h][d] 107.3   Azov ship-repair factory 1979
Mine countermeasures (1)[i]
Yevgenya   Minesweeper M360 Henichesk[j][d] 96.5   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard 1985 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[27]
Security (6)
Flamingo (project 1415)[k]   Anti-sabotage craft[28] P241 Hola Prystan 57   Sosnovka 1986
PO-2 (project 376)[29]   Gunboats P171 AK-03[l] 46.4   Yaroslavl Shipyard 1972 Harbor boat 1991-2015[30]
P172 Rivne[l][m][21] 1972
P173 AK-02[l][21] 1973
2 vessels   Soviet Union Un­known 2 vessels mobilised into the Navy after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and shown to be part of a new river flotilla which was announced in June 2022[12][13]
Special purpose RIB (91)
«Metal Shark»   Rigid inflatable, 7-metre speed boats 10 vessels   Metal Shark 2022[31]
«Wing» RIB 74 vessels   Wing 2022[31]
«Willard»   RIB 2 vessels of type Sea Force 11M
3 vessels of type Sea Force 730
2 vessels of type Sea Force 7M
4
3
3
  Willard Marine 2015[32][33]

2010[34]

Auxiliary fleetEdit

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a] Origin Commissioned Note
Submersibles (2 in service)
Seafox Remotely operated underwater vehicles (mine countermeasures) 2 vessels Un­known Donated to Ukraine by Denmark in April 2022; most likely operated by the Navy
Replenishment (1 in service)
Boda (project 561) Depot ship A756 Sudak[n][35] 2,115   Yantar Shipyard 1957 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea in April 2014[36]
Transport (1 in service)
(project 1849)[37]   Freight ship A753 Horlivka[o] 2,178   MHD Angyalföld Gyaregyseg 1965 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea in April 2014[36]
Intelligence and research (4 in service)
Muna (project 1824B)[38]   Small spy ship A512 Pereyaslav[p] 912   Baltija Shipyard 1987
Yelva (project 535M)[39]   Diving support A700 Netishyn[q] 285   Gorokhovets Shipyard 1973
A701 Pochayiv[r] 1975 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 7 May 2014[40]
(project 431PU)[s][41] Diving support A860 Kamianka[t] 323.7   Gorokhovets Shipyard 1957 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 3 June 2014[5]
Command and SAR/medevac (4 in service)
Type Svetlomor (project 2262)   Search and rescue vessel А715 Oleksandr Okhrimenko[42][43] 2,258   Keppel Fels 1987[u]
Okhtenskiy (project 733S) Search and rescue vessel / ex-rescue tug A706 Izjaslav[v][44] 934   Petrozavod, Leningrad 1962 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[45]
Chibis (project 14100) Small rescue boat[46] 1 vessel[11] 2.2[w][47] Sosnovka[x][11] Un­known Mobilised into the Navy after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and shown to be part of a new river flotilla which was announced in June 2022
Previously a pleasure boat[11]
Drakon (project SK620/II)   Ambulance vessel A782 Sokal[y][48] 235.9   Azov ship-repair factory 1983 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 7 May 2014[40]
Communications boat 1991-1996[48]
Survey (4 in service)
Bereza (project 130)[49]   Degaussing ship A811 Balta[z] 2,096   Polnocna Shipyard 1987 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea in April 2014[36]
Evpatoria (project 10110NIS)[50]   Hydrological and biological research Hidrobioloh 214.3[51]  /  Ilyichevsk Shipyard[50] 1992[aa][50] Mobilised into the Navy after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and shown to be part of a new river flotilla which was announced in June 2022[13]
Onega (project 18061) Hydroacoustic monitoring A812 Sieverodonetsk[ab][52][53] 1,460   Zelendolsk Shipyard[54] 1987 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[45]
Drofa (project 16830) Small hydrographic boat A659 MGK-1877[ac][53][55] 5.4   Sochi[56]
1989[55] Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[53]
Supply (9 in service)
Richkovi tramva[ad]   Supply vessels[11][57] 3 vessels Un­known 3 vessels mobilised into the Navy after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and shown to be part of a new river flotilla which was announced in June 2022[13]
(project H45) Dispatch cutter Boyky[53] 1991[aa]
Bryza (project 722U)   Dispatch cutters A854 Dobropiljai[ae] 142.6   Wisla Shipyard, Gdańsk 1975 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[58]
Previously a training boat[59]
A855 Pivdeni[af][60] 1974 Training boat 1991-2001 and gunboat 2001-2005[59]
(project 1387) Dispatch cutter A853 Korosten[ag][61] 52.5   Feodosia 1965 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 7 May 2014[40]
Shura (project 419)   AHTS vessel A852 Shostka[ah][62] 3,151.4   Neptun Werft, Rostock 1976 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea in April 2014[36]
(project 1430) Crew supply vessel A783 Chornomorsk[ai][64] 99.7   Ilyichevsk Shipyard 1976 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[63]
Tug (6 in service)
Prometey (project 498)[65]   Seagoing tug A947 Jani Kapu[aj][65] 303   Gorokhovets Shipyard 1974 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[66]
Vessel recaptured in the Kerch Strait incident and returned to the Ukrainian Navy on 18 November 2019[18]
Goliat Seagoing tug A831 Kovel[ak][44] 890   Petrozavod, Leningrad 1965 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 19 April 2014[36]
Type Z[67] Raid tug Victoria[al] 360   Regensburg 1941[68] Leased by the Navy from a private company[68]
Type O[69] Raid tug U944 RB-27 190   Linz 1940[68] Leased by the Navy from a private company[68]
(project T63OZh)[70] Towing tugs A941 BUK-239 19.8   Kostroma 1954
A942 Novoozerne[am]   Rybinsk 1955 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 19 April 2014[36]
Training (3 in service)
Petrushka (project UK-3)[71]   Training boats A540 Chyhyryn[an] 345.4   Wisla Shipyard, Gdańsk 1984 Vessels returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 3 May 2014[72]
A541 Smila[ao] 1985
A542 Nova Kakhovka[ap] 1986
Harbor cutters (12 in service)
Flamingo (project 1415)[aq][28]   Diving cutters A721 Volodimir Volinsk[ar] 43.2   Sosnovka 1983
A732 Romni[as] 1980 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea on 3 May 2014[72]
PO-2 (project 376)[29]   Diving cutters A724 RVK-258[at] 38.2   Soviet Union 1968
A734[au] 46.89 1974
(project 371) Crew cutters U500-5[av][aw][73] 9.83   Soviet Union Un­known Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[73][53]
A001 Admiralsky[av] 1984 Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[53]
A927 RK-1039[ax][74] 8.87 Un­known
Aist (project 1398B) Small patrol boats A905 RK-1720[75][76] 20   Soviet Union 1991
Head no. 9008[77]   Batumi[78] 1990
Sokolenok (project 1404)[79] Harbor patrol A237[53] 8.8   Redan Shipyard, Leningrad[79] Un­known
Strizh (project 1390) Harbor patrol U500-4[ay][aw][80] 3.2 Un­known Vessel returned to the Ukrainian Navy from Crimea by June 2014 (inclusive) at the latest[53]
A923[az]   Soviet Union Un­known
Special purpose boats and barges (3 in service)
(project 20641) Water barge Baikal 1,101.16   Taganrog[81] 1985[82]
(project 889A) Float ship/repair barge A805 Plavmasterskaya No.665 1,354[83]   Burgas[84] 1983
PZh-61 (project 50479)[85] Floating dock PZh-61U   Kherson Shipyard[85] 2020

Prospective additionsEdit

Being testedEdit

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a] Origin Commissioned Note
Gyurza-M   Patrol boat P181 [BK-08] 54   Kuznya na Rybalskomu 2021
Centaur-LK   Fast assault [landing[53]] craft L450 Stanislav 47   Kuznya na Rybalskomu 2019 Failed to pass state tests so far. Owned by the Navy, but not yet included in its active combat fleet[86][87]
L451 Malyn 2019
Lahuna   Mid-size spy ship A505 Simferopol[88] 1,220   Kuznya na Rybalskomu 2021 Launched in April (2019)[89][90]

Further arrangementsEdit

In addition to the vessels to be delivered which are listed below, Germany has pledged 10 unmanned surface vessels of unspecified type to Ukraine, with the option of delivering 10 more.[91]

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a][ba] Number Shipyard Origin Designed Status
Awaiting repair
Druzbha Training ship Druzbha 2,984[92] 1 Gdańsk Shipyard   Poland   Poland One ship used by the Navigation Academy, laid up awaiting repairs since around 2000[93] in Odessa[94][95]
(No formal type or project number) Raid boat U937 RK-777[96] 1   Romania Un­known
Awaiting delivery
Oliver Hazard Perry   Frigates Un­known 4,100 2 Bath Iron Works   United States   United States Two ships were offered to Ukraine; the offer is still under consideration[97]
Island[98]   Patrol boats P194 Viacheslav Kubrak[99] 168 3 Bollinger Shipyards   United States   United States Was to be received in January 2022 after being tested,[17][100][101] but as of June 17, 2022, delivery is not yet completed due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[102]
Un­known Announced as military aid to be sent to Ukraine by the United States; 2 more boats were planned for inclusion in a 7-strong division of Ukraine’s Island-class patrol boats prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[17]
Un­known
40 PB[bb][103] Patrol boats Un­known 6 Metal Shark   United States   United States In June 2022, 6 40-foot maritime combat patrol boats were announced as part of a package of 18 coastal and riverine patrol boats to be sent to Ukraine by the United States.[104][105] Metal Shark later confirmed the boats were of this class.[103] Boats of this class were not previously announced to be joining the Ukrainian Sea Guard[106]
Sea Ark Dauntless   Patrol boats Un­known 11[107] 10 Sea Ark Marine   United States   United States Announced as part of a package of 18 coastal and riverine patrol boats to be sent to Ukraine by the United States[104]
Small unit riverine craft   Patrol boats Un­known 9.82 2 Raytheon/SAFE Boats International/Boat Master   United States   United States Announced as part of a package of 18 coastal and riverine patrol boats to be sent to Ukraine by the United States[104]
Sandown   Minehunters Ramsey 590 2 Vosper Thornycroft   United Kingdom   United Kingdom Decommissioned by the Royal Navy - following a refit, will be transferred to the Ukrainian Navy[108]
Blyth
Fleet-class unmanned surface vessel[bc] Unmanned surface vehicles Un­known 7.6 Un­known AAI Corporation   United States   United States Unmanned surface vehicles announced as military aid to be sent to Ukraine by the United States in April 2022[109]
Sky Moon[110] Cargo ship Sky Moon 4,018.52[bd] 1 Arrested for border trespassing   Tanzania Un­known Handed over to Ukrainian Navy[111]
Under construction
Volodymyr Velykyi[112]   Frigates Volodymyr Velykyi 2,608.15[113] 4 Black Sea Shipyard   Ukraine   Ukraine Laid down (2011), ready 43% (2017), three more contract signed (2005), construction stalled in 2014. Planned as multipurpose corvettes until 2021;[112] planned for 2022
Un­known 2024
Un­known 2026
Un­known 2028
Ada   Corvettes Laid down in 2021[114] 2362.10 2 Okean Shipyard   Turkey/  Ukraine[be]   Turkey Contract signed (2020);[115] first ship to enter service in 2024[114]
To be laid down in 2023[114] Contract signed (2020)[115]
Barzan-class fast attack craft Fast attack craft Un­known 520 8 Vosper Thornycroft   United Kingdom/  Ukraine[bf]   United Kingdom [117][118]
Mark VI patrol boat Patrol boats 2 under construction[119]
10 to be completed and delivered to the Navy by 2026[120]
63.97 10-16 SAFE Boats International   United States   United States Up to 16 may be acquired for 600 mln dollars, details are being discussed[121]
10 ordered so far[122]
Centaur/Centaur-LK   Fast assault [landing[53]] craft [DShK-03] laid down[123] 47 1 (originally 6) Kuznya na Rybalskomu   Ukraine   Ukraine Contract signed (2016),[124] but failure of the first two units to meet the Navy’s requirements led to plans of construction being halted for new units[125][87][86]
Plans of construction halted
Plans of construction halted
Plans of construction halted
Plans of construction halted
Plans of construction halted

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Full load (in long tons)
  2. ^ 7 if a Russia Today report about the Battle of Berdiansk is true.
  3. ^ Previously named R-262
  4. ^ a b c Russia Today claims this was captured by Russia after the Battle of Berdiansk.[25]
  5. ^ Previously named Haidamaka
  6. ^ 1 if a Russia Today report about the capture of Svatove at the Battle of Berdiansk is true, Yuri Olefirenko notwithstanding.
  7. ^ Previously named SDK-137, then Kirovograd
  8. ^ Previously named D-305, then Vil[24]
  9. ^ 0 if a Russia Today report about the Battle of Berdiansk is true.
  10. ^ Previously named RT-214[26]
  11. ^ project R1415
  12. ^ a b c project R376
  13. ^ Previously named AK-01
  14. ^ Previously named Sura
  15. ^ Previously named Mezen, then Kryvyi Rih
  16. ^ Previously named GS-13
  17. ^ Previously named VM-230, then Nadiya
  18. ^ Previously named VM-152, then Krab
  19. ^ Designed as a seagoing dry cargo barge
  20. ^ Previously named MBSS-155150, then OS-94, then Kasatka
  21. ^ Launched in that year. Unclear when first commissioned
  22. ^ Previously named SB-15
  23. ^ The displacement of a project 14101 vessel. Projects 14100 and 14101 are both variants of the same project and likely have the same displacement
  24. ^ Built here, but unclear whether it was built during the existence of the USSR, the existence of the state of Russia or both
  25. ^ Previously named PSK-1410
  26. ^ Previously named SR-568
  27. ^ a b Built in that year. Unclear when first commissioned
  28. ^ Previously named SFP-322
  29. ^ One of the linked sources likely misnomers this as MGK-1887
  30. ^ No project number, but similar to Kashtan (project D-055)[11]
  31. ^ Previously named UK-649, then Titan
  32. ^ Previously named UK-190, then Voznesensk
  33. ^ Previously named KSV-9, then Chigrin, then Shulyaivka
  34. ^ Previously named KIL-33
  35. ^ Previously named PSK-608, then Ilyichevsk[63]
  36. ^ Previously named RB-308, then Krasnoperekopsk
  37. ^ Previously named MB-51
  38. ^ Previously named RB-69
  39. ^ Previously named BUK-261
  40. ^ Previously named UK-96
  41. ^ Previously named UK-68
  42. ^ Previously named UK-65, then Darnitsa
  43. ^ All are of project RV1415
  44. ^ Previously named RVK-1473
  45. ^ Previously named RVK-1403
  46. ^ project RV376U
  47. ^ project R376U
  48. ^ a b project 371U
  49. ^ a b U500-4 and U500-5 were boats of A500 Donbas, and were likely stationed with it when it was captured during the annexation of Crimea. In addition to the 33 named vessels out of the 35 confirmed to have been returned from Crimea, two unspecified smaller boats were returned. U500-4 and U500-5 remain in service and were probably the two boats in question.
  50. ^ project 371bis
  51. ^ project 13901
  52. ^ project 1390
  53. ^ Figures apply for individual, finished vessels of these types, and are accurate to no more than 2 decimal places
  54. ^ Also known as 40 Defiant
  55. ^ The most likely class of unmanned surface vehicles to be delivered[109]
  56. ^ In long tons, this is Sky Moon's deadweight - the sum of its displacement and the weight of the ship
  57. ^ Construction of both vessels to be finished in Ukraine
  58. ^ 6 to be built in Ukraine[116]

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