List of former warships of the Ukrainian Navy

List of the Navy of the Ukrainian People's Republic shipsEdit

 
Yellow & blue flag on the cruiser Pamiat Merkuria, November 1917

On October 17, 1917, the 2nd rank Captain Ye.Akimov was appointed the representative of the Central Council of Ukraine at the command of the Black Sea Fleet. In November 1917, the Sahaidachny Sea Battalion (kurin) was established in Sevastopol, which, on November 24, 1917, was sent to Kiev and participated in the Kiev Arsenal January Uprising. On December 29, 1917, most of the Black Sea Fleet sided with the Bolsheviks. Earlier, in December 1917, the Ukrainian squadron led by the Russian battleship Imperator Aleksandr III, including another cruiser and three destroyers, participated in the evacuation of the 127th Infantry Division from Trebizond back to Ukraine.

Baltic FleetEdit

  • Soviet cruiser Krasny Krym (October 12, 1917)
  • Russian destroyer Ukraina (October 12, 1917)
  • Russian destroyer Haidamak (October 12, 1917)

Black Sea FleetEdit

Vessels captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea (2014)Edit

List of captured ships of the Ukrainian Navy[1][2] (at least 100 vessels). On 8 April 2014, an agreement had been reached between Russia and Ukraine to return captured vessels to Ukraine and "for the withdrawal of an undisclosed number of Ukrainian aircraft seized in Crimea".[3] At the time, Russian naval sources claimed that the Ukrainian ships were "not operational because they are old, obsolete, and in poor condition".[3] Four combatant ships (a Grisha corvette, a Polnocny small landing ship, a Yevgenya minesweeper, and a Matka ex-missile boat) and 31 various auxiliary vessels were returned to Ukraine by June 2014 at the latest;[4][5] at least 9 vessels were not returned, but scrapped. All vessels returned were in service at their time of capture; all but one of the vessels (U926) confirmed to have been scrapped were decommissioned at their time of capture.

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a] Origin Commissioned Note
Submarine (1 in service; 0 returned, 0 scrapped)
Foxtrot   Patrol submarine U01 Zaporizhzhia[b] 2,471.5[c]   Novo-Admiralteyskiy Shipyard[6] 1970 Was taken over by Russian forces but was deemed too obsolete to join Russia's Black Sea Fleet[7]
Other warships (5 in service, 2 under construction, 2 decommissioned; 1 returned, 1 scrapped)
Grisha   Anti-submarine ships U205 Lutsk[d][e] 1,030  /  Leninska Kuznya 1993 All mentioned ships were raided by unidentified military, raised Russian flags.
Vinnytsia was returned to Ukraine on 19 April 2014[8] and subsequently retired from service (see below).
Lutsk and Ternopil were scheduled to be handed back to Ukraine in May 2014, but this never materialized at the time due to souring relations between the two countries. Both ships were described in 2018 as being in "poor condition" due to negligence. Putin stated that the ships were already in this condition when acquired[9][10]
Prior to retirement from service, Vinnytsia converted to training ship in 2018; subsequent to its retirement, sunk at moorings after being damaged by Russia on February 24, 2022 (see below)
A206 Vinnytsia[f][g] 990   Zelenodolsk Shipyard 1976
U209 Ternopil[d] 1,030  /  Leninska Kuznya 2006
Pauk[11]   Anti-submarine ships U207 Uzhhorod[h][12] 580   Yaroslavl 1982 Decommissioned in 2012 prior to capture (see below)
U208 Khmelnytskyi[i][13] 1985 Believed to have been hulked as floating barrack
Tarantul[14]   Missile corvettes U155 Pridneprovye[j][13] 540   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, Pontonny 1984 Believed to have been hulked as floating barrack
U156 Kremenchuk[k][15] 1985 Decommmissioned in 2013 prior to capture (see below);[16] subsequently scrapped
Mukha   Small anti-submarine ships U201 Lviv[l][17] 475[m]  /  More Construction halted in 1992 Completion for Lviv 95% and Luhansk 60%, in More Shipyard, Feodosiya, Crimea
U203 Luhansk[17]
Fast attack craft (2 in service, 1 decommissioned; 1 returned, 1 scrapped)
Matka   Missile boats P153 Pryluky[n][o][18][19] 257   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard 1979 Pryluky returned to Ukraine in May 2014[18]
Converted to patrol boat in 2018[20]
U154 Kakhovka[p][21] 1980 Kakhovka decommissioned in 2012 prior to capture (see below); subsequently scrapped in 2014[22]
Shelon (project 1388N)[23] Gunboat[q][24] U891 Kherson[r] 400   Sosnovka 1987 Despite reporting by Unian that it would be returned in 2014,[8] Kherson remains under the control of the Russian Black Sea Fleet[25]
Landing craft (2 in service, 1 decommissioned; 1 returned, 0 scrapped)
Ropucha   Landing ship tank U402 Konstantin Olshanskiy 4,080   Stocznia Północna, Gdańsk 1985 Preemptively disabled by own crew in anticipation of an assault,[26] but reported back in service (with no name) under Russian command as part of the Black Sea Fleet, destined for Syria.[27] Extensively disabled, no evidence for Ukrainian LST being repaired or put back in service by Russia[citation needed]
Polnocny-C   Mid-size landing ship L401 Yuri Olefirenko[s][o][29] 1,192   Północna Shipyard 1971 Returned to Ukraine on 19 April 2014[30]
Zubr   Air-cushioned landing craft U423 Horlivka[t] 550   More 1991 Horlivka decommissioned in 2011 prior to capture (see below); subsequently planned to be used as a monument[31][32]
Mine countermeasures (3 in service, 2 decommissioned; 1 returned, 1 scrapped)
Yevgenya   Minesweeper M360 Henichesk[u][o][34] 96.5   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard 1985 Returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[35]
Natya[36]   Minesweepers U310 Chernihiv[v][13] 800   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard 1974 Cherkasy reportedly tried twice to go around the ships scuttled by the Russians to block Donuzlav Bay.[37] Her crew reportedly fended off one vigorous attempt by Russian speedboats to seize the vessel.[38]

She was eventually disabled and captured on 25 March by the tug Kovel, three speedboats, and two Mi-35 helicopters[39][40][41]

U311 Cherkasy[w] 1977
Sonya[42]   Base minesweepers U331 Mariupol[x][15] 450   Avangard Shipyard, Petrozavodsk 1978 Decommissioned in 2012 and 2013 respectively, prior to capture (see below); Melitopol subsequently scrapped
U330 Melitopol[y][15] 1979
Security (1 in service; 0 returned, 0 scrapped)
Flamingo (project 1415)[43] Anti-sabotage boat U240 Feodosiya[z][aa][13] 57   Sosnovka 1983
Special purpose RIB (6 in service; 0 returned, 0 scrapped)
«Willard»   RIB 2 vessels of type Sea Force 11M
1 vessel of type Sea Force 7M
3 vessels of type Sea Force 540
4
3
3
  Willard Marine 2010[44]
Auxiliary vessels
Submersibles (5 in service, 1 awaiting repair, 1 decommissioned; 0 returned, 0 scrapped)
Omar[45] Deep sea submersible Langust[46] 9.8 1987 Used as a monument in the Kronstadt Patriot Park exhibition from 2018
Type Ryf Deep sea submersible[47] Ryf[48][46] 2.8 1985 Awaiting repair prior to capture[48]
Used as a monument in the Kronstadt Patriot Park exhibition from 2018
Type Sever-2 (project 1825)[49] Deep sea submersible Sever-2[ab][51] 40[52]   New Admiralty Shipyard 1970
Tethys (project 1605)[51][53] Manned underwater cameras (search and rescue)[54] 1 vessel[ac][ad][55][56] 2.96   Leningrad 1990
BK-72-05[ae][54][55] 2.95 1974 Monument in Sevastopol prior to capture by 2013 (inclusive) at the latest (see below)
Agent-1[50][57] Remotely operated underwater vehicle (search and rescue)[54] Agent-1[51]
MTK-200[50] Remotely operated underwater vehicle (search and rescue)[58] 1 vessel[51]   Soviet Union 1970s[59]
Replenishment (2 in service, 1 decommissioned; 2 returned, 1 scrapped)
Toplivo (project 1844) Tankers U759 Bakhmach[af][ag][13] 1,127   Alexandria shipyard[60] 1972 Bakhmach decommissioned in 2013 prior to capture (see below) and subsequently scrapped
A760 Fastiv[ah][ai]   Kherson Shipyard 1981 Fastiv returned to Ukraine in April 2014[8] and subsequently retired from service (see below)
Boda Depot ship A756 Sudak[aj] 2,115   Yantar Shipyard 1957 Returned to Ukraine in April 2014[8]
Transport (1 in service, 1 decommissioned; 1 returned, 1 scrapped)
(project 1849)[61]   Freight ship A753 Horlivka[ak] 2,178   MHD Angyalföld Gyaregyseg 1965 Returned to Ukraine on 19 April 2014[8]
Muna (project 1823)[62] Transport U754 Dzhankoi[al][13] 686   Rybinsk 1968 Dzhankoi decommissioned in 2013 prior to capture (see below);[63] subsequently scrapped
Intelligence and research (2 in service, 2 decommissioned; 2 returned, 1 scrapped)
Moma (project 861)[64] Scout boat U543 Simferopol[am][65] 1,560   Gdańsk Shipyard 1973 (2006-2012 training ship)
Decommissioned in 2012 prior to capture (see below); subsequently scrapped in 2014[66]
Yelva (project 535M)   Diving support A701 Pochayiv[an] 285   Gorokhovets Shipyard 1973 Returned to Ukraine on 7 May 2014[67]
Niryat (project 522)[68] Diving support U707 Vilnohirsk[ao][15] 119   Rybinsk[69] 1965[69] Decommissioned in 2013 prior to capture (see below)
(project 431PU)[ap][70] Diving support A860 Kamianka[aq][13] 323.7   Gorokhovets Shipyard 1957 Returned to Ukraine on 3 June 2014[4]
Command and SAR/medevac (5 in service; 3 returned, 0 scrapped)
Amur (project 304)[71]   Command and search and rescue ship A500 Donbas[ar] 5,520   Szczecin Shipyard 1969 Returned to Ukraine in April 2014[8] and subsequently destroyed during the Siege of Mariupol (see below)
(1991-2001 floating workshop)
Bambuk   Command ship U510 Slavutych[72] 5,830  /  Chernomorsky Shipbuilding Yard 1992 On 2 March, the crew of the Slavutych reportedly thwarted an attempt to capture the vessel by a boat manned by unidentified armed personnel[73]
Goryn[23] Rescue tugboat U705 Kremenets[as][74] 2,210   Rauma-Repola 1983
Okhtenskiy (project 733S) Search and rescue / ex-rescue tugboat A706 Izjaslav[at][13] 934   Petrozavod, Leningrad 1962 Returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[75]
Drakon (project SK620/II)   Ambulance vessel A782 Sokal[au] 235.9   Azov ship-repair factory 1983 Returned to Ukraine on 7 May 2014[67]
(1991-2006 communications boat[76])
Survey (5 in service, 1 decommissioned; 3 returned, 0 scrapped)
Bereza (project 130)[77]   Degaussing ship A811 Balta[av] 2,096   Polnocna Shipyard 1987 Returned to Ukraine in April 2014[8]
Onega (project 18061) Hydroacoustic monitoring A812 Sieverodonetsk[aw][78] 1,460   Zelenodolsk Shipyard 1987 Returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[75]
Niryat II (project 1896)[23][79] Large hydrographic survey boat U635 Skvyra[ax] 126   Vympel Shipyard 1976
Drofa (project 16830)[23][80] Small hydrographic survey boats MGK-1694 5.4   Lazarevskoye[80] 1987 MGK-1694 decommissioned in 2013 prior to capture (see below)
A659 MGK-1877[ay][15]   Sochi[81] 1989 MGK-1877 returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[82]
U662 MGK-1889   Lazarevskoye 1989[80]
Fire rescue (2 in service; 2 returned, 0 scrapped)
Pozharny-I (project 364)[83] Firefighting A722 Borshchiv[az] 180.8   Rybinsk[84][85] 1954 Both returned to Ukraine (Evpatoria returned on 19 April 2014[86] and Borshchiv returned on 3 May 2014[87]) and subsequently retired from service (see below)
A728 Evpatoria[ba] 1954
Supply (4 in service; 4 returned, 0 scrapped)
Bryza (project 722U)[88]   Dispatch cutter A854 Dobropiljai[bb] 142.6   Wisla Shipyard, Gdańsk 1975 Returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[89]
Previously a training boat[88]
(project 1387)[90] Dispatch cutter A853 Korosten[bc] 52.5   Feodosiya 1965 Returned to Ukraine on 7 May 2014[67]
Shura (project 419)[91]   AHTS vessel A852 Shostka[bd] 3,151.4   Neptun Werft, Rostock 1976 Returned to Ukraine in April 2014[8]
(project 1430)[92] Crew supply vessel A783 Chornomorsk[be][13] 75,7   Ilyichevsk Shipyard 1976 Returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[93]
Tug (5 in service; 4 returned, 0 scrapped)
Prometey (project 498)[94] Seagoing tug A947 Jani Kapu[bf][13] 303   Gorokhovets Shipyard 1974 Returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[bg][95]
Recaptured in the Kerch Strait incident and returned to the Ukrainian Navy on 18 November 2019[96]
Sorum[97]   Seagoing tug P186 Korets[bh][13] 1,620   Zelenodolsk Shipyard 1973 Returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive) and subsequently captured by Russian forces following the Battle of Berdiansk[98] (see below)
Converted to patrol vessel in 2022[99][82]
Goliat Seagoing tug A831 Kovel[bi][100][101] 890   Petrozavod, Leningrad 1965 Returned to Ukraine on 19 April 2014[8]
Sidehole (project 737M)[102] Harbor tug U953 Dubno[bj][13][25] 206   Petrozavod, Leningrad 1974
(project T63OZh)[103] Towing tug A942 Novoozerne[bk] 19.8   Kostroma 1956 Returned to Ukraine on 19 April 2014[8]
Training (4 in service; 3 returned, 0 scrapped)
T43[23][104] Training ship[bl] U951 Velikaya Alexandrovka[bm][23] 577   Kerch 1956[105]
Petrushka (project UK-3)   Training boats A540 Chyhyryn[bn] 345.4   Wisla Shipyard, Gdańsk 1984 Returned to Ukraine on 3 May 2014[87]
A541 Smila[bo] 1985
A542 Nova Kakhovka[bp] 1986
Harbor cutters (10 in service, 3 awaiting repair, 4 decommissioned; 6 returned, 2 scrapped)
Flamingo (project 1415)[43] Diving cutters U931 RK-1935[z][15] 57   Sosnovka[106][107][108] 1979[109] RK-1935 and Konotop decommissioned in 2013 prior to capture (see below)
Konotop[z][bq][15] 1981[109]
A732 Romni[br][bs] 43.2 1981 Romni and Tokmak returned to Ukraine on 3 May 2014[87]
Tokmak subsequently retired from service (see below)
A733 Tokmak[br][bt] 1983
PO-2 (project 376) Raid diving boats RVK-761[bu] 41   Soviet Union[111] 1971 Decommissioned in 2008 prior to capture (see below)
Sunk at some point after decommissioning, possibly after capture; raised and then scrapped in 2020[112]
Delfin[bv][bw][113] 46.89   Sosnovka[111][114] Awaiting repair prior to capture
RK-1931[bv][15] Awaiting repair prior to capture; subsequently decommissioned[115]
Harbor patrol U926[bv][13] 1971[111] Previously owned by the Navy but operated by the Security Service of Ukraine; scrapped in 2019[114]
(project 371) Patrol cutters U500-5[bx][by][116] 9.83   Soviet Union U500-5, Admiralsky and RK-767 returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[82][23][116]
RK-767 subsequently retired from service (see below)
RK-1362[bz][ca][117] 9.41   Yaroslavl
A001 Admiralsky[bx][100][13] 9.83   Soviet Union 1984
U002[bz][cb][118][15] 9.41   Yaroslavl
A925 RK-767[bx][100] 9.83   Rybinsk[119] 1984
(project 1394A) Harbor patrol RK-603[120][15] 8.62   Lazarevskoye 1973 Decommissioned in 2005 prior to capture (see below)
Type Conrad-900 Aramis Harbor patrol RK-1695[ca][121] 3.5   Gdańsk Shipyard[122] RK-1695 awaiting repair prior to capture[121]
Strizh (project 1390) Harbor patrol U500-4[cc][by][123] 3.2   Soviet Union U500-4 returned to Ukraine by June 2014 (inclusive)[123]
RK-735[cd][124] 1964[125] RK-735 put into operation in the Russian Black Sea Fleet[124]
Yachts (6 in service; 0 returned, 0 scrapped)
Type Cetus-136R Yacht Hermes[15] 10   Gdańsk Shipyard 1988[126] Put into operation under Russia[126]
Type Alkor Yacht Fiolent[15] 6.9   Leningrad Experimental Shipyards 1978[127] Put into operation under Russia[127]
Type Tallinn 1/4 ton Yachts Antika[15]
1.77   Tallinn Experimental Shipyard 1974[128]
Lira[15]
Spray[15] Spray put into operation in the Russian Black Sea Fleet[128]
Type Conrad-25RT Yacht Yunona[15] 1.5   Gdańsk Shipyard Put into operation under Russia[129]
Special purpose boats and barges (5 in service, 2 decommissioned; 1 returned, 1 scrapped)
(project 1784)[130] Target ship U948 SM-15[131] 823   Zhovtnevoe 1963 Decommissioned in 2012 prior to capture (see below); subsequently scrapped in 2014[132]
(project 1526)[133] Dry cargo barge U761 Novgorod-Siversky[ce][15] 392   Ilyichevsk 1965[134] Decommissioned in 2004 prior to capture (see below)
(project 14630)[23] Oil and garbage collector U954 MUS-482 208.8   Azov Shipyard[135] 1983[136]
(project 814M) Floating warehouse A955 Zolotonosha[cf][13] 2,064   Gorodets 1986[137] Returned to Ukraine on 19 April 2014,[86] decommissioned in 2019[23] and sunk as a target ship in 2019[138] (see below)
(project 1758) Floating dock PD-51[139] 9,620   Burgas[140] 1978[141] Previously owned by the Navy but operated by a private owner; subsequently appropriated by that owner[139][140]
(project 889) Floating dock PMR-152[139] 1,332   Gorodets[142] 1970[143] Previously owned by the Navy but operated by a private owner; subsequently appropriated by that owner[139][142]
(project 771)[13][144] Crane vessel U802 Kalanchak[cg] 1,524   Sevmorzavod, Sevastopol 1961[144]

Vessels lost and captured during the Russo-Ukrainian War (2022)Edit

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a] Shipyard Commissioned Fate
Warship (1 in service, 1 decommissioned)
Krivak III[145]   Frigate F130 Hetman Sahaydachniy[ch] 3,510  /  Zaliv Shipyard 1993 Hetman Sahaydachniy, under major refit in Mykolaiv, was scuttled by her crew during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine to avoid capture as a trophy[146]
Grisha   Anti-submarine ship A206 Vinnytsia[f][g] 990   Zelenodolsk Shipyard 1976 Previously decommissioned in 2021 and converted to a museum ship (see below)
Sunk at moorings after being damaged by Russia on February 24, 2022[147]
(2018-2021 training ship)
Patrol ships (6 in service)
Sorum   Patrol vessel P186 Korets[bh] 1,620   Zelenodolsk Shipyard 1973 Captured by Russian forces following the Battle of Berdiansk.
(1991-2022 seagoing tugboat)[99][82]
Island   Patrol boat P190 Sloviansk (f/k/a USCGC Cushing) 168   Bollinger Shipyards 1988 Sloviansk was sunk by a Russian anti-ship missile launched from an aircraft. Her entire crew as was reported missing[148]
Gyurza-M   Patrol boats P174 Akkerman 54   Kuznya na Rybalskomu 2016 Captured by Russian forces following the Battle of Berdiansk
P179 Vyshhorod 2018
P177 Kremenchuk 2018 Captured by Russian forces during the Siege of Mariupol[98]
P178 Lubny 2018 Sunk, and subsequently raised, by Russian forces during the Siege of Mariupol[149]
Auxiliary vessels
Command and SAR/medevac (1 in service)
Amur (project 304)   Command and search and rescue ship A500 Donbas[ar] 5,520   Szczecin Shipyard 1969 Sunk during the Siege of Mariupol[98]
(1991-2001 floating workshop)
Survey (1 in service)
Rubin (project 1462) Hydrographic boat[150] Dmitry Chubar[151] 148   Krasny Moryak, Rostov-on-Don 1985 Vessel most likely captured or destroyed between the beginning of the full-scale invasion and 20 May 2022 (inclusive); in 2021, it was reported to be deployed in Berdyansk, east of the Kerch Strait - prior to this[152]

Decommissioned and sold ships[ci]Edit

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a] Origin Commissioned Decommissioned
Warships (11 unlisted)
Krivak[155]   Frigates U134 Dnipropetrovsk[cj][ck] 3,190   Zaliv Shipbuilding yard 1978 Unlisted in 2000
Sunk in 2005 while being towed in the Black Sea[156]
U133 Mykolaiv[cj][cl] 1979 Unlisted in 2001
Scrapped in 2001 [157]
U132 Sevastopol[cm][cn] 3,305   Yantar Shipyard 1974 Unlisted in 2004
Sold to Turkey in 2005; subsequently scrapped[158]
Petya   Multipurpose frigate U132 Otaman Bilyi[co] 1,150   Yantar Shipyard 1968 Unlisted: 1993, never really entered service; better known by its previous name
Subsequently scrapped
Grisha   Anti-submarine ships U209 Sumy[cp][cq] 990   Leninska Kuznya 1974 Decommissioned in 1998
Subsequently scrapped
U210 Kherson[cp][cr]   Zelenodolsk Shipyard 1971 Decommissioned in 1999
Subsequently scrapped
U205 Chernihiv[f][cs]   Leninska Kuznya 1980 Decommissioned in 2005
Sank during scrapping in 2010[159]
A206 Vinnytsia[f][g] 1976 Decommissioned in 2021 (to become a museum ship) (2018-2021 training ship[160])
Sunk at moorings after being damaged by Russia on February 24, 2022 (see above)
Pauk   Anti-submarine ship U207 Uzhhorod[h] 580   Yaroslavl 1982 Unlisted: 2012[161]
Subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea (see above)
Tarantul Missile corvette U156 Kremenchuk[k] 540   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, Pontonny 1985 Unlisted: 2012[23]
Subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea and scrapped (see above)
T43   Gun-ship[ct] U861 Svitlovodsk[cu] 544   Shipyard No. 363, Pontonny 1954 Unlisted: 1999 (1991-1995 minesweeper[104])
Subsequently scrapped
Fast attack craft (4 unlisted)
Matka[162]   Missile boats U150 Konotop[cv] 257   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, Pontonny 1981 1999 given away to Georgia
U151 Tsyurupinsk[cw] 1981 Decommissioned in 2000 and subsequently scrapped
U152 Uman[cx] 1979 Decommissioned in 2008
U154 Kakhovka[p] 1980 Decommissioned in 2012; subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea and scrapped in 2014 (see above)
Patrol ship (1 unlisted)
Zhuk 1400   Small patrol gunboat AK-22 40   More Shipyard 1994[163] 1994[164]
Landing craft (7 unlisted)
Alligator   Landing ship U762 Rivne[cy][23] 4,946   Yantar Shipyard 1971 Unlisted: 2004 - sold to private firm[139] (1997-2004 cargo ship[165])
Sunk and then raised in 2006; taken to Turkey to be scrapped in 2007[166]
Zubr[31]   Air-cushioned landing craft U422 Kramatorsk[cz] 550   More 1988 Unlisted in 1999
Subsequently scrapped[167]
U424 Artemivsk[da] 1989 Unlisted in 2000
Subsequently scrapped
U421 Ivan Bohun[db]  /  More 2001 2001 sold to Greece
U420 Donetsk[dc] 1993 Unlisted in 2008
Subsequently scrapped
U423 Horlivka[t]   More 1991 Unlisted in 2011; subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea (see above)
(project 1785)[168]   Landing craft U431 Bryanka[dd] 102   Azov Shipyard 1970 Decommissioned in 2013[23]
Mine countermeasures (2 unlisted)
Sonya   Base minesweepers U331 Mariupol[x][23] 450   Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard 1978 Unlisted in 2012 and 2013 respectively. Both subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea; Melitopol scrapped while under Russian control (see above)
U330 Melitopol[y][63] 1979
Auxiliary vessels
Submersibles (5 unlisted)
Tethys (project 1605)[53] Manned underwater cameras (search and rescue)[54] 1 vessel[ac][de][55] 2.96   Leningrad 1990 Most likely inherited by the Navy after the fall of the USSR along with other Tethys and Tethys-N manned underwater cameras
Most likely decommissioned and sold to a private client by 2013 (inclusive) at the latest, as it was used a monument on this client's territory in 2013[169]
1 vessel[ac][df][55] 1990 Most likely inherited by the Navy after the fall of the USSR along with other Tethys and Tethys-N manned underwater cameras
Decommissioned and sold to a private client by 2013 (inclusive) at the latest[170]
BK-72-03[ae][55] 2.95 1973 Most likely inherited by the Navy after the fall of the USSR along with other Tethys and Tethys-N manned underwater cameras
Decommissioned and used as a monument in Chornomorsk by 2013 (inclusive) at the latest[55]
BK-72-05[ae][55] 1974 Decommissioned and used as a monument in Sevastopol by 2013 (inclusive) at the latest;[55] captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea (see above)
BK-72-06[ae][55][171] 1974 Most likely inherited by the Navy after the fall of the USSR along with other Tethys and Tethys-N manned underwater cameras
Most likely decommissioned and sold to a private client by 2013 (inclusive) at the latest, as it was used a monument on this client's territory in 2013[171]
Replenishment (5 unlisted)
Boris Chilikin Fleet oiler U757 Makeyevka[dg][172] 22,460   Baltic Shipyard 1970 Decommissioned in 2001[139] and sold to a private client in 2002; subsequently scrapped in 2004[172]
Type Dubna Medium sea tanker U758 Kerch[dh][173] 12,891   Rauma-Repola 1979[174] Decommissioned in 2001[139] and converted to a civil vessel in the same year;[174] subsequently scrapped in 2004[174]
Toplivo (project 1844) Tankers U759 Bakhmach[af][ag] 1,127   Alexandria shipyard[60] 1972 Decommissioned in 2013;[23] subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea and scrapped (see above)
A760 Fastiv[ah][ai]   Kherson Shipyard 1981 Decommissioned in 2019;[23] sunk in 2020[175]
(project 440)[176] Electric power station U813 Berdychiv[di] 1,920   Okean Shipyard 1966 Decommissioned in 2004[23]
Sold to a private client in 2005; subsequently sent to Turkey for scrapping[177]
Transport (4 unlisted)
(project 233)[178] Large seagoing dry cargo transport Volga 6,700   East Germany Decommissioned in 2004[23]
(project 502R) Seagoing refrigerator transport U755 Yalta[dj][179] 965   Yaroslavl 1971 Decommissioned in 1997,[23] converted to a civil vessel and sold to a private client[180]
Muna (project 1823) Transport U754 Dzhankoi[al] 686   Rybinsk 1968 Unlisted: 2013[63]
Subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea and scrapped (see above)[13]
(project 14301)[92] Passenger ship U781 Ostrog 99.7  /  Kherson Shipyard 1993[dk] Decommissioned in 2013;[23] scrapped in 2018
Intelligence and research (5 unlisted)
Moma (project 861) Scout boat U543 Simferopol[am][23] 1,560   Gdańsk Shipyard 1973 Unlisted: 2012 (2006-2012 training ship)
Subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea and scrapped in 2014 (see above)
Niryat (project 522) Diving support U709 Energodar[dl] 119   Petrozavod shipyard[68] 1960 Decommissioned in 2004,[23] converted to a civil vessel and sold to a private client[182]
U707 Vilnohirsk[ao]   Rybinsk[69] 1965[69] Decommissioned in 2013[23] and subsequently captured during the Russian invasion of Crimea (see above)
Stend (project 1236) Research boat U863 Artsyz[dm] 943   Zelenodolsk Shipyard 1972[183] Decommissioned in 2000;[139] subsequently scrapped[184]
Vydra (project 106K)[185] Research boat U862 Korosten[dn] 610   Soviet Union 1966 Decommissioned in 2004[23]
Command and SAR/medevac (2 unlisted)
Vytegrales II (project 596P)[186] Search and rescue/Control U702 Chernivtsi[do] 7,230   Leningrad[187] 1968 Both decommissioned in 1999;[23] subsequently scrapped
U704 Ivano-Frankivsk[dp] 1967
Survey (2 unlisted)
(project 220) Degaussing ship SR-173[143] 659   Wärtsilä Crichton-Vulcan 1953-1957[dq] Decommissioned and converted to a civil vessel;[188] subsequently decommissioned in this role by 2020 at the latest[189]
(project 16830) Small hydrographic survey boat MGK-1694 5.4   Lazarevskoye[80] 1987 Decommissioned in 2013[23]
Subsequently captured during the Russian invasion of Crimea (see above)
Fire rescue (2 unlisted)
Pozharny-I (project 364) Firefighting A722 Borshchiv[az] 180.8   Rybinsk[84][85] 1954 Both decommissioned in 2019[23]
A728 Evpatoria[ba] 1954
Supply (2 unlisted)
Shelon (project 1388N) Torpedo retriever[24] U890 Malin[dr] 400   Sosnovka 1974 Decommissioned in 2002[23]
Klazma (project 1274)[190] Cable layer U851 Novi Bug[ds][191] 7,031   Oy Wärtsilä Ab Turku Shipyard 1968 Decommissioned in 2004[23] and sold to a private client in the same year[191]
Tug (1 unlisted)
(project T63OZh) Towing tug U943 BUK-300 19.8   Kostroma 1956 Decommissioned in 2004[23]
Harbor cutters (23 unlisted)
Flamingo (project 1415) Diving cutters U931 RK-1935[z] 57   Sosnovka[106][107][108] 1979 RK-1935 and Konotop decommissioned in 2013[23]
Both subsequently captured during the Russian invasion of Crimea (see above)
Konotop[z][bq] 1981
A733 Tokmak[br][bt] 43.2 1983 Tokmak decommissioned in 2021[23]
PO-2 (project 376) Raid diving boats RVK-5[bu] 41   Sosnovka[192][193][111] 1959 RVK-5, Mirgorod, RK-936 and RK-1036 decommissioned in 2004;[23] Mirgorod subsequently scrapped
U731 Mirgorod[dt][du] 38.2 1977
RK-936[dt]
RK-1036[bv] 43.2 1973[109]
RVK-761[bu] 41   Soviet Union[111] 1971 RVK-761 decommissioned in 2008[139] and subsequently captured during the Russian invasion of Crimea (see above)
Sunk at some point after decommissioning, possibly after capture; raised and then scrapped in 2020[112]
(project 371)[dv][118] Patrol cutters Shiryaevo 9.83   Vympel Shipyard Decommissioned in 2004[23]
A932 RK-1942   Rybinsk[194][119] 1984 Decommissioned in 2019[23]
A925 RK-767 1982 Decommissioned in 2021[23]
(project 366) Regatta raid boat Head no. 7634 Decommissioned in 2004[23]
Sochi (project RK-26S) Raid boat Sochi   Lazarevskoye[195] 1968 Decommissioned in 2004[23]
Rhythm-450 (project 299) Harbor patrol Head no. 1370 1.5   Leningrad Experimental Shipyard 1984[196] Head no. 1370 and head no. 1371 decommissioned in 2004
Head no. 1371 1984[196]
Head no. 851385 Head no. 851385 decommissioned in 2013[23]
(project 1394A) Harbor patrol RK-603[120] 8.62   Lazarevskoye 1973[197] Decommissioned in 2005 and converted to a civil vessel in the same year[197]
Subsequently captured during the Russian invasion of Crimea (see above)
Strizh (project 1390) Harbor patrol RK-1346 3.2   Soviet Union 1968[125] Decommissioned in 2004[23]
(project LM-4-87MK)[198] Harbor patrol Head no. 574[dw] 2.15   Svir Shipyard, Nikolsky 1985 Both decommissioned in 2004[23]
Head no. 578 1985[198]
(project LM-87MK) Harbor patrol Head no. 532[dx][dy] 2.15   Svir Shipyard, Nikolsky Both decommissioned in 2004[23]
Borey   Soviet Union 1984[198]
(project 363M)[199] Harbor support RBK-60 25.5   Shipyard No. 345, Yaroslavl 1960 Decommissioned in 2004[23]
Special purpose boats and barges (21 unlisted)
(project DD-17)[200] Barracks ship PKZ-69 1980 Decommissioned in 2004[23]
Danube-sea (project 1635K) Target ships SM-1[201] 1,300[202] 1986[dz] Both decommissioned in 2021[23] (previously used as target ships for testing the R-360 Neptune anti-ship cruise missile[203])
SM-2[204]   Kiliia 1988[dz]
(project 1784) Target ship U948 SM-15 823   Zhovtnevoe 1963 Decommissioned in 2012;[23] subsequently captured during the Russian annexation of Crimea and scrapped in 2014 (see above)
(project 436B)[205] Target barge Target shield no. 22 142   Soviet Union 1981-1983[139] Decommissioned in 2004[23]
BAMT-14790 Artillery barge U906 BAMT-14790 1942 Decommissioned in 1996,[23] sold to a private client and renamed in the same year; subsequently scrapped in 2000[206]
(project 106) Dry cargo barge U904 Bilyaivka[ea][207] 534   Kherson Shipyard 1965[139] Decommissioned in 2004[23]
(project 1526) Dry cargo barge U761 Novgorod-Siversky[ce] 392   Ilyichevsk 1965[134] Decommissioned in 2004[23]
Subsequently captured during the Russian invasion of Crimea (see above)
BSS-35085[208] Dry cargo barge BSS-35085 85   Nazi Germany 1940[139] Decommissioned in 2013[139]
BSS-34125[209] Dry cargo barge BSS-34125 Bryanka   Nazi Germany 1940[139] Decommissioned in 2013[139]
BNN-86980[210] Barge BNN-86980   Nazi Germany 1945[211] Decommissioned in 2000;[23] sold to a private client, converted to a floating dock and renamed in 2010[211]
PMR-66[212] Floating repair station barge BSN-188595   Austria 1926[139] Decommissioned in 2013[212]
Sovremenny Floating storage barge[eb] Vnushitelnyy[213] 7,940[ec]   Mykolaiv 1987 Scrapped in 1996[214]
(project 1515) Oil and garbage collector MUS-857 39.12   Azov Shipyard 1974[215] Decommissioned in 2004[23]
(project 814M) Floating warehouse A955 Zolotonosha[cf] 2,064   Gorodets 1986[137] Decommissioned in 2019[23] and sunk as a target ship in the same year[138]
Oskol I (project 300) Floating workshop Olvia[ed] 2,546   Szczecin Shipyard[217] 1964 Decommissioned in 2000 and scrapped in the same year[217]
(project SPD-201) Floating docks U950 PD-19 Khmilnyk[ee][218]   Mykolaiv 1979[219] Decommissioned in 2004[23] and sold to a private client in the same year[220]
U949 PD-23 Berestechko[221] 1977[219] Decommissioned in 2008 and sold to a private client in the same year[221]
Lama (project 2001) Floating dock U533 Kolomyia[ef] 4,770   Chernomorsky 1971[222] Decommissioned in 1999;[23] subsequently scrapped
(project D-9030) Crane vessel U804 Sarny[eg] 1,060[223]   Budapest 1983[224] Decommissioned in 2004[23] and sold to a private client in the same year[223]
(project 4LDG) Crane vessel Kagarlik[eh] 328[225]   Gheorgiu-Dej 1965[226] Decommissioned in 2000[23] and sold to a private client[227]

Never completedEdit

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a][m] Origin Laid down Fate
Warships (6 unlisted)
Kuznetsov   Aircraft carrier Varyag 60,900   Shipyard 444 1985 1998 sold to China as unfinished 68%
Slava   Missile cruiser Ukraina[ei] 11,490   61 Kommunara Shipbuilding Plant 1983 2017 ordered to be demilitarized, unfinished 75% (2015)
Krivak III   Frigates U131 Hetman Vyshnevetskyi[ej][228] 3,642  /  Zaliv Shipbuilding yard 1992 Cancelled in 1995, sold to Russia and then North Korea[229]
Head no. 210 Scrapped incomplete in 1995[145][230]
Grisha V[231]   Anti-submarine ships Lviv 1,030  /  Leninska Kuznya 1992 Cancelled in 1993[232]
Zaporizka Sich
Auxiliary vessel
Command and SAR/medevac (1 unlisted)
Gindukush (project 05430) Rescue Ayu-Dag[233] 7,000   Mykolaiv 1989 Scrapped in 1996[233]

MiscellaneousEdit

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a] Origin Commissioned Fate
Auxiliary vessels
Fire rescue (1 missing)
(project 424) Firefighting PZhK-1819[139] 56.4   Aral Shipyard[234] 1987[235] Possibly unlisted at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); no information about ship's removal from the navy and unclear whether this occurred[139]
Special purpose boats and barges (9 missing)
(project 454)[236] Small target barge MKSch-46   7th Shipyard, Tallinn 1978 Returned to the Russian Navy[143] at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); no information about ship's removal from the navy[139]
(project 436B)[205] Target barge Target shield no. 26 142   Soviet Union 1991 Returned to the Russian Navy[205] at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); no information about ship's removal from the navy[139]
(project 411)[237][238] Artillery barge BAMT-70250[ek][139] 429   Soviet Union 1954 Unlisted at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); ships removed from the navy, but no information about this[139]
Dry cargo barge MBSN-405250[el][139] 440   Soviet Union[237] 1952
(project 106)[239] Dry cargo barge MBSS-233200 534   Soviet Union 1965[139] Unlisted at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); ship removed from the navy, but no information about this[23]
BSN-351900 Dry cargo barge BSN-351900 1989[139] Unlisted at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); ship removed from the navy, but no information about this[139]
BNN-90970 Dry cargo barge BNN-90970[139] 1941 Unlisted at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); ship removed from the navy, but no information about this[139]
(project 1515) Oil and garbage collector MUS-595[139] 39.12   Azov Shipyard 1977[215] Unlisted at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); ship removed from the navy, but no information about this[139]
Babochka (project 1141) Floating dock[em] SPD-203[139] 465 1960[139] Unlisted at some point between 1997 and 2017 (inclusive); ship removed from the navy, but no information about this[139]

List of ship classes[en][eo]Edit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e Full load (in long tons)
  2. ^ Previously named B-435
  3. ^ Submerged
  4. ^ a b Grisha V-class
  5. ^ Previously named MPK-85
  6. ^ a b c d Grisha II-class
  7. ^ a b c Previously named Dnieper
  8. ^ a b Previously named MPK-93
  9. ^ Previously named MPK-116
  10. ^ Previously named R-54, then Nikopol
  11. ^ a b Previously named R-63
  12. ^ Previously named MPK-231
  13. ^ a b Figures apply for finished vessels of these types
  14. ^ Previously named R-262
  15. ^ a b c Russia Today claims this was recaptured by Russia after the Battle of Berdiansk.[28]
  16. ^ a b Previously named R-265
  17. ^ Designed as a torpedo retriever
  18. ^ Previously named TL-1616
  19. ^ Previously named SDK-137, then Kirovograd
  20. ^ a b Previously named MDK-93
  21. ^ Previously named RT-214[33]
  22. ^ Previously named Zenitchik, then Zhovty Vody
  23. ^ Previously named Razvedchik
  24. ^ a b Previously named Orenburgskiy Komsomolets, then BT-126
  25. ^ a b Previously named BT-79
  26. ^ a b c d e project R1415
  27. ^ Previously named P-99
  28. ^ Not owned by the Navy,[49] but operated by it[50]
  29. ^ a b c Type Tethys-N (project 16051)
  30. ^ Vessel most likely named BK-89-01 according to a linked source
  31. ^ a b c d Type Tethys (project 1605)
  32. ^ a b project 1844
  33. ^ a b Previously named VTN-81
  34. ^ a b project 1844D
  35. ^ a b Previously named VTN-38
  36. ^ Previously named Sura
  37. ^ Previously named Mezen, then Kryvyi Rih
  38. ^ a b Previously named VTR-93
  39. ^ a b Previously named Jupiter
  40. ^ Previously named VM-152, then Krab
  41. ^ a b Previously named VM-114, then Brody, then Alchevsk
  42. ^ Designed as a seagoing dry cargo barge
  43. ^ Previously named MBSS-155150, then OS-94, then Kasatka
  44. ^ a b Previously named PM-9, then Krasnodon
  45. ^ Previously named SB-524
  46. ^ Previously named SB-15
  47. ^ Previously named PSK-1410
  48. ^ Previously named SR-568
  49. ^ Previously named SFP-322
  50. ^ Previously named BGK-697
  51. ^ One of the linked sources likely misnomers this as MGK-1887
  52. ^ a b Previously named PZhK-38
  53. ^ a b Previously named PZhK-20
  54. ^ Previously named UK-649, then Titan
  55. ^ Previously named KSV-9, then Chigrin, then Shulyaivka
  56. ^ Previously named KIL-33
  57. ^ Previously named PSK-608, then Ilyichevsk[93]
  58. ^ Previously named RB-308, then Krasnoperekopsk
  59. ^ Subsequently captured and re-released after the Kerch Strait incident
  60. ^ a b Previously named MB-30
  61. ^ Previously named MB-51
  62. ^ Previously named RB-295
  63. ^ Previously named BUK-261
  64. ^ Designed as a minesweeper[104]
  65. ^ Previously named UTS-433
  66. ^ Previously named UK-96
  67. ^ Previously named UK-68
  68. ^ Previously named UK-65, then Darnitsa
  69. ^ a b Previously named RK-1934[110]
  70. ^ a b c project RV1415
  71. ^ Previously named RVK-1403
  72. ^ a b Previously named RVK-1475
  73. ^ a b c project RV376A
  74. ^ a b c d project R376U
  75. ^ Previously named RK-395
  76. ^ a b c project 371U
  77. ^ 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.
  78. ^ a b project 371
  79. ^ a b Last seen in Crimea prior to annexation, and not addressed in the Ukrainian report on post-Soviet division of the Black Sea Fleet
  80. ^ One of the linked sources likely misnomers this as RK-002
  81. ^ project 13901
  82. ^ project 1390
  83. ^ a b Previously named MBSS-5200
  84. ^ a b Previously named PSKL-19
  85. ^ Previously named PK-23050
  86. ^ Previously named Kirov
  87. ^ Not counting those recommissioned by or sent to the Ukrainian Special Operations Forces (an unspecified number of Sirena-class[153] and 3 Triton-2 (project 908)-class[154] midget submarines), the Ukrainian Sea Guard or any other branch of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, the (state-owned) hydrographic service of Ukraine, the State Tax Service of Ukraine or the State Emergency Service of Ukraine
  88. ^ a b Krivak I-class
  89. ^ Previously named Bezzavetny
  90. ^ Previously named Bezukoriznenny
  91. ^ Krivak II-class
  92. ^ Previously named Razitelny
  93. ^ Previously named SKR-112
  94. ^ a b Grisha I-class
  95. ^ Previously named MPK-52
  96. ^ Previously named MPK-43
  97. ^ Also named Izmail
  98. ^ Similar displacement to corvettes of the same era[104]
  99. ^ Previously named OS-35
  100. ^ Previously named R-15
  101. ^ Previously named R-251
  102. ^ Previously named R-260
  103. ^ Previously named Ilya Azarov
  104. ^ Previously named MDK-57
  105. ^ Previously named MDK-123
  106. ^ Previously named MDK-100
  107. ^ Previously named MDK-100
  108. ^ Previously named D-455, then Tarpan
  109. ^ Vessel most likely named BK-89-02 according to a linked source
  110. ^ Vessel most likely named BK-89-04 according to a linked source
  111. ^ Previously named Boris Chilikin
  112. ^ Previously named Sventa
  113. ^ Previously named ENS-5
  114. ^ Previously named Buzuluk
  115. ^ Built in that year. Unclear when first commissioned[181]
  116. ^ Previously named VM-14
  117. ^ Previously named OS-100
  118. ^ Previously named OS-237
  119. ^ Previously named Baskunchak
  120. ^ Previously named Taman
  121. ^ Built between these years (inclusive). Unclear when first commissioned
  122. ^ Previously named TL-1005
  123. ^ Previously named Tsna
  124. ^ a b project RV376U
  125. ^ Previously named RVK-493
  126. ^ All are of project 371U
  127. ^ One of the linked sources likely misnomers this as head no. 47547
  128. ^ Also a measuring boat
  129. ^ One of the linked sources likely misnomers this as head no. 32532
  130. ^ a b Built in that year. Unclear when first commissioned
  131. ^ Previously named BSS-699200
  132. ^ Designed (but unfinished) as a destroyer[213]
  133. ^ This is the displacement of a finished Sovremenny-class destroyer, but the displacement of Vnushitelnyy is likely to be smaller as construction of the destroyer was abandoned and the remaining hull was launched as this floating storage barge
  134. ^ Previously named PM-2[216]
  135. ^ Previously named PD-26[139]
  136. ^ Previously named PRTB-13
  137. ^ Previously named PK-112025
  138. ^ Previously named PK-81005
  139. ^ Previously named Admiral Flota Lobov
  140. ^ Previously named Krasny Vympel
  141. ^ project 411DT
  142. ^ project 411bis
  143. ^ Designed as a small anti-submarine ship[240]
  144. ^ Excluding those for which all lost vessels were returned to Ukraine and are still in service with its Navy or one of the other branches of the state mentioned in the note under Decommissioned and sold ships
  145. ^ Also excluding the unfinished Sovremenny-class destroyer used as a floating storage barge
  146. ^ SKR-112 carried Ukrainian flag; scrapped before commissioned with the Ukrainian Navy
  147. ^ Excluding the T43-class minesweeper converted to a gun-ship and the Babochka-class small anti-submarine ship converted to a floating dock
  148. ^ Excluding the Shelon-class torpedo retriever converted to a gunboat
  149. ^ Excluding the Sorum-class tugboat converted to a patrol vessel
  150. ^ Only notable classes or classes containing notable vessels

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  72. ^ "Submarine-search ship - Project 10221".
  73. ^ Ukrainian Warship Thwarts Attack in Sevastopol, NavalToday.com, 4 March 2014
  74. ^ "Seagoing tug - Project 563, 714".
  75. ^ a b "Archived copy". www.0512.com.ua. Archived from the original on 3 March 2022. Retrieved 27 April 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  76. ^ "Medical, passenger and seagoing boats - Project SK620".
  77. ^ "Degaussing ship - Project 130".
  78. ^ "Physical fields control vessel - Project 1806".
  79. ^ "Large hydrographic survey boat - Project 1896".
  80. ^ a b c d "Small hydrographic survey boat - Project 16830".
  81. ^ "МГК-1877 – 16830, шифр «Дрофа» design".
  82. ^ a b c d "Navy".
  83. ^ "Firefighting boats - Project 364".
  84. ^ a b "Євпаторiя – 364 design".
  85. ^ a b "Борщiв – 364 design".
  86. ^ a b "Семь украинских кораблей вернулись из оккупированного Крыма".
  87. ^ a b c "Еще одна партия кораблей возвращена Украине из Крыма". 3 May 2014.
  88. ^ a b "Passenger boats, training boats - Project 722".
  89. ^ "Возвращение украинских кораблей из Крыма отложено из-за шторма". 14 May 2014.
  90. ^ "Communications boat - Project 1387".
  91. ^ "Mooring-buoy tender - Project 419".
  92. ^ a b "Passenger boat - Project 1430".
  93. ^ a b "Ilyichevsk renamed Chornomorsk".
  94. ^ "Harbor tug - Project 498".
  95. ^ "Ukrainian Navy returned A947 Yany Kapu sea tug to service".
  96. ^ "Париж стоит встречи". Коммерсантъ. 18 November 2019. Archived from the original on 19 November 2019. Retrieved 18 November 2019.
  97. ^ "Seagoing tug - Project 745".
  98. ^ a b c "ВМС України втратили у Маріуполі корабель управління "Донбас" та МБАК "Кременчук"". Ukrainian MOD (in Ukrainian). 16 April 2022.
  99. ^ a b "Archived copy". www.ukrmilitary.com. Archived from the original on 26 November 2021. Retrieved 27 April 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  100. ^ a b c https://iarex.ru/articles/46494.html
  101. ^ "Seagoing tug - Project 733".
  102. ^ "Harbor tug - Project 737".
  103. ^ "Tugboats - Project T63OZh".
  104. ^ a b c d "Seagoing minesweeper - Project 254".
  105. ^ "Велика Олександрiвка – Design 254, 254К, 254М, 254МА, 254А".
  106. ^ a b "РК-1935 – Фламинго (пр. 1415 всех модификаций) type, Р-1415 (14151) design".
  107. ^ a b "Конотоп – Фламинго (пр. 1415 всех модификаций) design".
  108. ^ a b "Токмак – Фламинго (пр. 1415 всех модификаций) type, design РВ-1415 (14152)".
  109. ^ a b c "Катера :: Черноморский Флот".
  110. ^ "Рейдовый катер "РК-1934" Черноморского Флота".
  111. ^ a b c d e "Harbor boat - Project 376".
  112. ^ a b "Рейдовый водолазный катер РВК-761 Черноморского Флота".
  113. ^ "Дельфин – Тип Ярославец (пр. 376 всех модификаций), проект Р-376У".
  114. ^ a b "U926 – Ярославец (пр. 376 всех модификаций) type, Р-376У design".
  115. ^ "РК-1931 – Тип Ярославец (пр. 376 всех модификаций), проект Р-376У".
  116. ^ a b "U500-5 – 371, 371бис, 371У (03712), 03713, тип Адмиралтеец design".
  117. ^ "РК-1362 – 371, 371бис, 371У (03712), 03713, тип Адмиралтеец design".
  118. ^ a b "Harbor boat - Project 371".
  119. ^ a b "РК-767 – 371, 371бис, 371У (03712), 03713, тип Адмиралтеец design".
  120. ^ a b "Всі документи бази даних "Законодавство України" (станом на 1 травня 2022 р.)".
  121. ^ a b "РК-1695 – Conrad-900 Aramis design".
  122. ^ "Harbor boat - Type Conrad-900 Aramis".
  123. ^ a b "РК U500-4 – Проект 13901".
  124. ^ a b "Рейдовый катер РК-735 Черноморского Флота".
  125. ^ a b "Harbor boat - Project 1390".
  126. ^ a b "Yacht - Type Tsetus-136R".
  127. ^ a b "Yacht - Type Alkor".
  128. ^ a b "Yacht - Type Tallin 1/4 ton".
  129. ^ "Yacht - Type Conrad-25RT".
  130. ^ "Target ship - Project 1784".
  131. ^ "Uzhgorod".
  132. ^ "Судно-мишень СМ-15 Черноморского Флота".
  133. ^ "Seagoing self-propelled dry-cargo barge - Project 1526".
  134. ^ a b "Новгород-Сiверський – Design 1526, type S-201".
  135. ^ "МУС-482 – 14630 design".
  136. ^ "Oil/Debris skimmer - Project 14630".
  137. ^ a b "Коломия – 323, 323А, 323Б, 1798, 2001 design".
  138. ^ a b "Floating warehouse - Project 814".
  139. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah "Розподіл кораблів, військової техніки та озброєння ЧФ СРСР, а також рух корабельного складу ВМСУ – звіт ТСК".
  140. ^ a b "ПМР-152 – 889 design".
  141. ^ "Medium floating dock - Project 1758".
  142. ^ a b "ПД-51 – 1758 design".
  143. ^ a b c "Вспомогательные суда :: Черноморский Флот".
  144. ^ a b "Floating crane - Project 771".
  145. ^ a b "Coast guard patrol ship - Project 11351".
  146. ^ "The Ukrainian Navy's Flagship Appears To Have Been Scuttled". The Drive. 3 March 2022.
  147. ^ https://www.twitter.com/Capt_Navy/status/1535232353567707138[bare URL]
  148. ^ "Ukrainian patrol vessel Sloviansk reportedly destroyed".
  149. ^ http://www.nydolls.org/news/UkraineCrisis2022/comments/uq78eq/in_the_seaport_of_mariupol_the_ukrainian/
  150. ^ "До складу ВМСУ зараховано теплохід і річковий катер".
  151. ^ "Дмитро Чубар – Проект 1462, тип Рейдовый".
  152. ^ https://mil.in.ua/uk/news/vms-otrymaly-rejdovyj-kater/
  153. ^ "Carrier of divers - Shifr Sirena".
  154. ^ "Midget submarines - Project 908".
  155. ^ "Guard Ships - Project 1135".
  156. ^ "Guided Missile Frigate Bezzavetny".
  157. ^ "Сторожевой корабль "Безукоризненный" Черноморского Флота".
  158. ^ "Сторожевой корабль "Разительный" Черноморского Флота".
  159. ^ "Фирмы и новости Севастополя. Социальная сеть Севастополя". 15 May 2014. Archived from the original on 15 May 2014. Retrieved 25 February 2022.
  160. ^ ""Винницу" обшили – и отпустили".
  161. ^ Cabinet wrote off six warships of the Ukrainian Navy. Bigmir. November 8, 2012
  162. ^ "Missile boat - Project 206MR".
  163. ^ "Coast guard patrol boat - Project 1400".
  164. ^ https://www.navypedia.org/ships/ukraine/ukr_cf_gaydamaka.htm
  165. ^ "Large landing ships - Project 1171".
  166. ^ "Большой десантный корабль БДК-104 ("Илья Азаров") Черноморского Флота".
  167. ^ "Малый десантный корабль на воздушной подушке "МДК-57" Черноморского флота".
  168. ^ "Landing craft - Project 1785".
  169. ^ "Подводный аппарат "Тетис-Н" в Севастополе. Проект "Тетис-Н"".
  170. ^ "Подводный аппарат "Тетис-Н" в Севастополе. Проект "Тетис-Н"".
  171. ^ a b "Оружие Отечества, Weapons of the Fatherland. Информационный Ресурс По Оружию И Военной Технике. Information Resource on Weapons and Military Equipment".
  172. ^ a b "Asia – Design 1559В, тип Борис Чиликин".
  173. ^ "Керч – Дубна, проект (Финляндия) type".
  174. ^ a b c "Medium seagoing tanker - Type Dubna".
  175. ^ "В Очакові затонув колишній танкер ВМСУ "Фастів"".
  176. ^ "Electric power station - Project 440".
  177. ^ "Энергетическое судно ЭНС-5 Черноморского Флота".
  178. ^ "Large seagoing dry-cargo transport - Project 233".
  179. ^ "Small anti-submarine ships, small intelligence ships - Project 502".
  180. ^ "Морской рефрижераторный транспорт "Бузулук" Черноморского Флота".
  181. ^ "Острог – 14301, тип ОМ-101 design".
  182. ^ "Водолазный морской бот "ВМ-14" Черноморского флота".
  183. ^ "Trials ship - Project 1236".
  184. ^ "Опытовое судно ОС-100 Черноморского Флота".
  185. ^ "Small landing ships - Project 106K".
  186. ^ "Rescue and salvage ship - Project 596P".
  187. ^ "Чернiвцi – 596П design".
  188. ^ "Degaussing ship - Project 220".
  189. ^ "Корабли и суда ВМФ СССР и России :: Последние обновления на нашем сайте".
  190. ^ "Large cable-laying ship - Project 1274".
  191. ^ a b "Академик Андреев – Design 1274".
  192. ^ "РВК-5 – Ярославец (пр. 376 всех модификаций) type, РВ-376 design".
  193. ^ "Миргород – Ярославец (пр. 376 всех модификаций) type, РВ-376У design".
  194. ^ "РК-1942 – 371, 371бис, 371У (03712), 03713, тип Адмиралтеец design".
  195. ^ "Boat - Project PK-26 Sochi".
  196. ^ a b "Harbor boats - Project 299".
  197. ^ a b "Harbor boat - Project 1394A".
  198. ^ a b c "Harbor boat - Project LM-4-87, Project 87MK".
  199. ^ "Harbor boats - Project 363".
  200. ^ "Barracks ship - Project LM-4-87MK".
  201. ^ "СМ-1 – Дунай-море, проект 1635, 1635К type".
  202. ^ "Тип Дунай-море, проект 1635, 1635К".
  203. ^ "Зі складу ВМС України виключені два судна забезпечення".
  204. ^ "СМ-2 – Дунай-море, проект 1635, 1635К type".
  205. ^ a b c "Large target barge - Project 436".
  206. ^ "Рейдовая баржа БАМТ-14790 Черноморского Флота".
  207. ^ "Рейдовая самоходная сухогрузная баржа БCС-699200 Черноморского флота".
  208. ^ "Базовое судно снабжения БСС-35085 Черноморского Флота".
  209. ^ "Базовое судно снабжения БСС-34125 Черноморского Флота".
  210. ^ "Базовая несамоходная наливная баржа БНН-86980 Черноморского Флота".
  211. ^ a b "ДТМ-0004 – non propelled tanker barges".
  212. ^ a b "Сухогрузная баржа БСН-188595 Черноморского флота".
  213. ^ a b "Sovremenny class".
  214. ^ "Destroyers - Project 956".
  215. ^ a b "Oil/Debris skimmer - Project 1515".
  216. ^ "Плавучая мастерская ПМ-2 Черноморского Флота".
  217. ^ a b "Floating workshops - Project 300".
  218. ^ "Равелин – СПД-201 design".
  219. ^ a b "Small floating dock - Project SPD-201".
  220. ^ "Малый плавучий док ПД-26 Черноморского Флота".
  221. ^ a b "ПД-23 – СПД-201 design".
  222. ^ "Floating missile technical base - Project 323".
  223. ^ a b "Seagoing self-propelled floating crane - Project D-9030".
  224. ^ "Сарни – Design D-9030".
  225. ^ "Floating crane - Project 4LDG".
  226. ^ "Кагарлик – 4ЛДГ design".
  227. ^ "Плавучий кран ПК-81005 Черноморского флота".
  228. ^ http://irbis-nbuv.gov.ua/ulib/item/UKR0000751
  229. ^ About the fate of the second Krivak-III class frigate that had to enter home Navy (Про долю другого корабля проекту 11351 “Нерей” яким мав поповниться вітчизняні ВМС.). Ukrainian Military Portal. 14 April 2017
  230. ^ "Ukrainian frigate "Hetman Sagaidachny" flooded in Nikolaev".
  231. ^ "Small anti-submarine ships - Project 1124".
  232. ^ "Grisha II/V Corvette".
  233. ^ a b "Rescue ship - Project 05430".
  234. ^ "Противопожарный катер ПЖК-1819 Черноморского Флота".
  235. ^ "Firefighting boat - Project 424".
  236. ^ "Small target barge - Project 454".
  237. ^ a b "Seagoing non-self-propelled dry-cargo barges - Project 411".
  238. ^ "Рейдовая несамоходная артиллерийско-минно-торпедная баржа БАМТ-70250 Черноморского Флота".
  239. ^ "Small landing ships - Project 106".
  240. ^ "Small Anti-Submarine Ship - Project 1141".