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Medium landing ships
Project 770D
Project 770M
Project 770MA
Project 770T

NATO: Polnocny-A Class


Quantity

35 units


Ships

Project 770D Poland, Gdansk, Stocznia Polnocna Shipyard 6 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
TDK-22
770D/1
15.07.1961
22.09.1962
31.12.1962
from 1963 - SDK-22
TDK-20
770D/2
15.07.1961
16.03.1963
30.09.1963
from 1963 - SDK-20, from 1984 - OS-90
TDK-21
770D/3
15.07.1961
27.04.1963
23.10.1963
from 1963 - SDK-21, from 1992 - MDK-21
TDK-2
770D/4
2.01.1962
12.06.1963
30.11.1963
from 1963 - SDK-2, from 1992 - MDK-2
TDK-4
770D/8
20.03.1962
31.12.1963
18.04.1964
from 1963 - SDK-4, from 1992 - MDK-4
SDK-10
770D/9
16.04.1963
14.03.1964
15.06.1964
from 1992 -MDK-10

Project 770M Poland, Gdansk, Stocznia Polnocna Shipyard 4 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
SDK-13
770/16
20.02.1964
31.03.1965
31.07.1965
 
SDK-29
770/17
1.07.1964
26.04.1965
31.08.1965
from 1992 - MDK-29
SDK-33
770/18
05.08.1964
16.06.1965
30.10.1965
 
SDK-24
770/19
15.09.1964
15.07.1965
29.11.1965
from 1992 - MDK-24

Project 770MA Poland, Gdansk, Stocznia Polnocna Shipyard 21 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
SDK-6
770/20
1.12.1964
24.07.1965
15.12.1965
from 1992 - MDK-6
SDK-7
770/21
9.01.1965
25.08.1965
23.12.1965
from 1992 - MDK-7
SDK-28
770/22
1.03.1965
31.08.1965
28.02.1966
from 1992 - MDK-28
SDK-32
770/23
1.03.1965
30.09.1965
31.03.1966
 
SDK-34
770/24
1.04.1965
14.10.1965
31.03.1966
from 1992 - MDK-34
SDK-35
770/25
12.04.1965
17.11.1965
18.04.1966
 
SDK-36
770/26
15.04.1965
12.01.1966
11.06.1966
from 1992 - MDK-36
SDK-37
770/27
10.05.1965
5.02.1966
24.06.1966
from 1992 - MDK-37
SDK-38
770/28
1.06.1965
26.02.1966
30.06.1966
from 1992 - MDK-38
SDK-39
770/29
18.06.1965
14.03.1966
11.08.1966
from 1992 - MDK-39, from 4.08.1995 - VTR-141
SDK-40
770/30
5.07.1965
2.04.1966
16.08.1966
from 1992 - MDK-40
SDK-41
770/31
23.07.1965
20.04.1966
20.09.1966
 
SDK-42
770/32
23.08.1965
21.05.1966
30.09.1966
 
SDK-44
770/33
13.09.1965
4.06.1966
31.10.1966
 
SDK-45
770/34
1.10.1965
30.06.1966
7.11.1966
 
SDK-46
770/37
22.11.1965
25.08.1966
14.02.1967
 
SDK-64
770/38
5.12.1965
03.11.1966
23.02.1967
 
SDK-67
770/39
2.01.1966
24.10.1966
11.03.1967
 
SDK-72
770/40
11.02.1966
8.11.1966
30.03.1967
from 1992 - MDK-72
SDK-75
770/41
1.03.1966
30.11.1966
24.04.1967
from 1992 - MDK-75
SDK-78
770/42
8.03.1966
19.12.1966
18.05.1967
from 1992 - MDK-78

Project 770T Poland, Gdansk, Stocznia Polnocna Shipyard 4 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
SDK-1
770/1
1.10.1963
6.06.1964
9.10.1964
 
SDK-
770/2
1.10.1963
18.07.1964
20.11.1964
 
SDK-
770/3
1.02.1965
1.12.1965
20.05.1966
 
SDK-68
770/4
1.02.1965
22.12.1965
31.05.1966
from 1992 - MDK-68

General characteristics - Project 770

Displacement (tons):
Standard:Project 770D 704 (Project 770MA 772)
Full load:Project 770D 751 (Project 770MA 820)
Dimensions (m):
Length:73,0
Beam:8,62
Draft:Project 770D 1,85 (Project 770MA 1,98)
Speed (kts):18,5
Range:1800 nm (16 kts), 1000 nm (18 kts)
Autonomy (days):5
Propulsion:2x2200 hp, diesels 40D, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 4 diesel generators x52 kW
Armament:1x2 30 mm AK-230 (not on SDK-4, 6, 68) Fire control Kolonka (on Project 770MA - Fire control system MR-104 Rys`)
1x2 25 mm 2M-3M (SDK-1, 1 unit on Caspian Flotilia, 1 unit Project 770MA on Black Sea Fleet instead of AK-230)
1x2 14,5 mm 2M-7 (1 unit Project 770MA on Black Sea Flee, 1 unit Project 770MA on Caspian Flotilia instead of AK-230, without fire control system)
2x18140 mm rocket launchers WM-18 180 rounds M-14-OF
Electronics:Navigation radar Donets, Khrom-K IFF
Cargo:5 units (tanks T-54A, T-34-85, PT-76, or ZSU-57-2, BTR-60P) or 4 tanls Type IS-2 or 9 military trucks ZIS-151 or 19 GAZ-69
Crew:42 (4 officers)

Schematics

Medium landing ship - Project 770M
Medium landing ship - Project 770M


Modernizations

On some ships (SDK-6, 36, 37) was added 4x4 launchers MTU-4U SAM system 9K32M Strela-2M (32 missiles 9M32M)
On SDK-28, 36, 37, 75 was added 2 AK-230
On SDK-29 added fire control system MR-104 Rys`
On SDK-21 in 1970 was added device for placement the detonating cord
On some ships was added PK-10 Smely or PK-16 decoy RL
Small seagoing dry-cargo ships: VTR-141 (ex- SDK-39)
Trials ship: Project 10030 Foros OS-90 (ex- SDK-20) 30.10.1984 in Sevastopol Sevmorzavod - for trials of the Akvilon naval fighting laser system, all else armament was removed


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: SDK-1, 2, 6 (then Black Sea Fleet, then Caspian Flotilia), 7, 10, 20 (then Black Sea Fleet), 21, 24, 35, 36 (then Caspian Flotilia), 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 68 (then Black Sea Fleet, then Caspian Flotilia), 78 (then Nothern Fleet)
Black Sea Fleet: SDK-4 (then Caspian Flotilia), 28 (then Caspian Flotilia), 32, 33, 34 (then Caspian Flotilia), 37 (then Caspian Flotilia), 46, 64, 67
Northern Fleet: SDK-22 (then Caspian Flotilia), 38 (then Caspian Flotilia), 39, 72 (then Caspian Flotilia)
Pacific Fleet:
Caspian Flotilia: SDK-13, 29, 75


Hull Numbers

SDK-2: 406(1985), 446
SDK-4: 362(1981), 366(1982), 361(1984)
SDK-6: 540(1970), 508
SDK-13: 7/1(1965)
SDK-21: 506(1971), 769?(1977), 423(1980)
SDK-28: 492, 488(1981)
SDK-29: 376, 365, 370, 459(1976)
SDK-33: 368(1982)
SDK-36: 291, 464, 481(1978), 472(1987), 488, 497, 495?
SDK-39: 317, 518(1987)
SDK-40: 506(1971), 401, 437, 421(1983)
SDK-75: 480(1974)


Decommissioned

1990 SDK-13 (19.04), SDK-22 (19.04)
1992 SDK-21 (19.03), SDK-24 (19.03), SDK-34 (19.03), SDK-40 (19.03)
1993 SDK-2 (30.06), SDK-7 (30.06), SDK-28 (april)
1994 SDK-4 (5.07), SDK-10, SDK-72 (5.07)
1995 SDK-6 (4.08), SDK-38 (18.02), SDK-75 (4.08)
1996 SDK-20?, SDK-39 (2.11)
1997 SDK-29


Export

Azerbaijan: 3 units
D-431 (till 3.07.1992 SDK-36), D-432 (till 3.07.1992 SDK-37), D-434? (till 3.07.1992 SDK-68). On D-431 launcher SAM system Strela. On D-432 2x2 30 mm AK-230

Bulgaria: 2 units
Project 770MA 27.12.1985: Anton Ivanov, from 1992 701, decomm. 2008, Ivan Gagubanski, from 1992 Antares 702, then 301, decomm. 2012

Vietnam: 1 unit

Egypt: 3 units
Project 770MA in 1973, Type 80: 910, then 301, 912, then 303, 915, then 305

India: 2 units
In 1966: Gharial L3032, then L12, Guldar L3033, then L13 (ex- 770T/2, 770/T3)

Indonesia: 1 unit
Teluk Pariji (till 03.1965 SDK-1)

Poland: 10 units
Project 770D - Oka (770D/5) 2.01.1962/16.08.1963/30.11.1963 decommissioned 25.04.1990, Bug 892 (770D/6) 2.01.1962/11.10.1963/24.12.1963 decommissioned 20.12.1989, Narew 893 (770D/7) 20.03.1962/09.11.1963/24.02.1964 decommissioned 25.04.1990, from 1991 dry-cargo ship Trans-Baltic, from 1997 Panama Trans-Afrika, from 2001 Angola Trans-Afrika, San 894 (770D/10) 9.05.1963/30.04.1964/20.07.1964 decommissioned 25.04.1990, Wisla 895 (770D/11) 14.08.1963/29.08.1964/24.12.1964 decommissioned 20.01.1991, Pilica 896 (770D/12) 14.08.1963/15.10.1964/10.03.1965 decommissioned 20.01.1991, Bzura 897 (770D/13) 20.01.1964/25.11.1964/31.03.1965 decommissioned 1.08.1990, Warta 898 (770D/14) 25.01.1964/24.12.1964/8.05.1965 decommissioned 16.10.1989, Notec 899 (770D/15) 20.02.1964/17.02.1965/31.05.1965 decommissioned 16.10.1989, Project 770MA Odra 888 (770/35) 11.10.1965/16.07.1966/30.11.1966 decommissioned 1.09.1990, then dry-cargo ship Karolina-1, from 1995 Cambodia Dimitrios, Nysa 889 (770/36) 2.11.1965/9.08.1966/15.12.1966 decommissioned 1.09.1990, from 1991 dry-cargo ship Kodan . In 1971-74 Project 770D was modernized by Project 770D/U: installed 2 AK-230 and fire control system MR-104 Rys`. In 1971-74 On Project 770MA was intstalled 2 AK-230. Added 2x4 launchers Fasta-4M SAM system 9K32M Strela-2M (missiles 9M32M). Added system for placement the detonating cord LWP-100/5000 Sosna. 2 Project 770D units was sold in 1990 to Honduras as dry-cargo ships (Koski, Ranta).

Syria: 3 units
1/114 15.01.1984, 2/114 in 02.1985, 3/114 in 02.1985 (ex- SDK-35, 41, 42)

Somalia: 1 unit
Project 770MA in 12.1976, Type 100

Southern Yemen: 3 units
Project 770MA (from USSR Baltic Fleet): Al Vadia 136 in 08.1973, 138 in 08.1973, sunk 01.1986 (ex- SDK-44, 45), Sira 137 in 07.1977. On 138 1x2 25 mm 2M-3M

 
   

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