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Medium landing ships
Project 773

NATO: Polnocny-C Class


Quantity

8 units


Ships

Poland, Gdansk, Stocznia Polnocna Shipyard

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
SDK-135
773/1
11.02.1970
4.11.1970
20.05.1971
 
SDK-137
773/2
21.04.1970
31.12.1970
31.05.1971
 
SDK-154
773/3
11.05.1970
28.02.1971
30.06.1971
 
SDK-164
773/4
26.06.1970
31.03.1971
31.08.1971
 
SDK-156
773/5
2.09.1970
13.05.1971
30.09.1971
from 13.11.1995 - VTR-156
SDK-82
773/6
28.12.1970
25.09.1971
25.01.1972
 
SDK-83
773/7
11.02.1971
29.10.1971
25.02.1972
 
SDK-85
773/8
22.03.1971
20.12.1971
27.04.1972
from 4.08.1995 - VTR-140

General characteristics - Project 773

Displacement (tons):
Standard:920
Full load:1192
Dimensions (m):
Length:81,3
Beam:9,3
Draft:2,3
Speed (knots):16,3
Range:3000 nmi (12 knots)
Autonomy (days):30
Propulsion:2x2200 hp 40DM diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 5x90 kW 15zPM-26H6 diesel generators
Armament:2x2 30 mm AK-230 - Fire control system MR-104 Rys`
2x18140 mm rocket launchers WM-18A 180 rounds M-14-OF
Electronics: Donets navigational radar, Nikhrom IFF, ARP-50R radio direction finder
Cargo:6 BTR (or another up to 35 tons) and 180 troops or 240 tons of cargo
Crew:45 (5 officers)

Schematics

Medium landing ships - Project 773
Medium landing ships - Project 773


Modernizations

Small seagoing dry-cargo ship: VTR-140 (ex- SDK-85), VTR-156 (ex- SDK-156). Armament was removed. In 2007 was added 1x6 30 mm AK-630M, 1x2 25 mm 2M-3M
On some ships (SDK-82) was added 4x4 MTU-4U SAM system 9K32M Strela-2M launchers (9M32M missiles) or Strela-3M - 32 missiles
On some ships was added PK-10 Smely decoy RL (KT-216 launcher) or PK-16 (KL-101 launcher)


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: SDK-135, 156
Black Sea Fleet: SDK-82, 83, 137, 154, 164
Northern Fleet: SDK-85


Hull Numbers

SDK-82: 485, 376(1982), 365(1984), 370(1986), 368(1990)
SDK-83: 384(1982), 367(1984), 368(1986), 369(1990)
SDK-85: 333
SDK-135: 419(1987)
SDK-137: 365, 378(1982), 369(1984), 366(1986), 370(1990)
SDK-154: 391(1982), 371(1984), 364(1986), 371(1990)
SDK-156: 420(1985), 445, 412(1993)
SDK-164: 393(1982), 373(1984), 362(1986), 372(1990)


Decommissioned

1993 SDK-83 (24.08)
1994 SDK-135 (30.06, from 02.1995 civil dry-cargo ship), SDK-154 (17.12)
1996 SDK-164 (8.07)
2001 SDK-82 (3.05)


Export

India: 8 units
Project 773I Ghopard L14 5.03.1974/?/16.01.1975 decommissioned 2002, Khesari L15 16.01.1975/?/15.08.1975 decommissioned 2002, Shardul L16 19.05.1975/?/24.11.1975 decommissioned 2002, Sharabh L17 4.09.1975/?/27.01.1976 81,32x9,7x2,4 m, 15 kts, 2600 nmi (12 knots); Project 773IM Cheetah L18 19.10.1983/?/30.11.1984, Mahish L19 25.06.1984/?/4.06.1985, Guldar L20 4.06.1985/?/30.12.1985, Kumbhir L21 3.05.1986/?/31.08.1986. 1120/1305 tons, 83,9x9,7x2,4 m, 15 kts, 2600 nk (12 knots), 1 helicopter pad

Iraq: 4 units
Project 773K: Atika 72 3.05.1976/?/1976 sunk 01.1991, Janada 74 16.10.1976/?/1977 sunk 11.1980, Ghanda 76 5.01.1978/?/1978, Nouh 78 5.02.1979/?/1979 sunk 01.1991

Iran: 1 unit
In 02.1991 Henshe (ex- Ghanda from Iraq), decommissioned in 2000, sunk as target-ship

Lybia: 4 units
Project 773KL: Ibn el Hadrani 112 15.03.1977/?/12.1977, Ibn el Qisi 114 30.07.1977/?/1978 decommissioned 15.09.1978 after fire aboard, Ibn el Umaiya 116 28.03.1978/?/1978, Ibn el Furath 118 14.09.1978/?/06.1979 1150/1300 tons, 81,3x9,7x2,4 m, 15 kts, 2900 nmi (12 knots), 1 helicopter platform

Ukraine: 1 unit
Kirovograd U401 (till 10.01.1996 SDK-137)

 
   

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