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Large landing ships
Project 775
Project 775/II
Project 775/III

NATO: Ropucha Class
NATO: Ropucha II Class


Quantity

28 units


Ships

Project 775 – Poland, Stocznia Polnocna shipyards – 12 units

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
SDK-47
¹775/1
-
-
1.07.1974
from 1977 - BDK-47
SDK-48
¹775/2
-
30.10.1974
30.06.1975
from 1977 - BDK-48
SDK-63
¹775/3
-
-
30.06.1975
from 1977 - BDK-63
SDK-90
¹775/4
-
-
30.11.1975
from 1977 - BDK-90
SDK-91
¹775/5
-
-
30.06.1976
from 1977 - BDK-91, from 7.05.2000 - Olenegorskiy gornyak
SDK-181
¹775/6
-
-
9.10.1976
from 1977 - BDK-181
SDK-182
¹775/7
-
-
30.11.1976
from 1977 - BDK-182, from 9.02.1999 - Kondopoga
SDK-183
¹775/8
-
-
15.03.1977
from 1977 - BDK-183, from 10.04.2003 - Kotlas
SDK-197
¹775/9
-
-
21.09.1977
from 1977 - BDK-197
SDK-200
¹775/10
-
-
1977
from 1977 - BDK-200
SDK-55
¹775/11
-
-
30.07.1978
from 1977 - BDK-55, from 9.05.2001 - Alexandr Otrakovskiy
SDK-119
¹775/12
-
-
27.02.1979
from 1977 - BDK-119

Project 775/II – Poland, Stocznia Polnocna shipyards – 13 units

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
BDK-14
¹775/13
-
-
31.08.1981
 
BDK-101
¹775/14
-
-
19.12.1981
from 24.01.2006 - Oslyabya
BDK-105
¹775/15
-
-
2.03.1982
 
BDK-98
¹775/16
-
-
28.09.1982
from 24.07.2011 - Admiral Nevelskoy
BDK-32
¹775/17
-
-
1982
 
BDK-43
¹775/18
-
-
30.05.1983
from 16.09.2000 - Minsk
BDK-58
¹775/19
-
-
9.12.1984
from 30.04.1999 - Kaliningrad
BDK-45
¹775/20
-
-
5.03.1985
from 27.07.2002 - Georgiy Pobedonosets
BDK-56
¹775/21
-
-
1985
from 1991 - Konstantin Olshanskiy
BDK-60
¹775/22
-
11.06.1985
31.12.1985
from 12.11.1986 - Alexandr Shabalin
BDK-64
¹775/23
-
-
30.09.1986
from 10.05.1989 - Tsezar Kunikov
BDK-46
¹775/24
-
17.04.1987
30.11.1987
from 07.2002 - Novocherkassk
BDK-67
¹775/25
6.04.1987
-
30.04.1988
from 3.01.2002 - Yamal

Project 775/III – Poland, Stocznia Polnocna shipyards – 3 units

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
BDK-54
¹775/26
22.11.1988
19.05.1989
12.10.1990
from 23.11.1998 - Azov
BDK-11
¹775/27
-
-
10.04.1991
from 24.01.2006 - Peresvet
BDK-61
¹775/28
12.02.1990
16.11.1990
10.07.1991
from 30.08.2000 - Korolev

General characteristics - Project 775

Displacement (tons):
Standard:2768
Full load:4012
Dimensions (m):
Length:112,5 (Project 775/III – 112,63)
Beam:15,01
Draft:4,26
Speed (knots):17,59
Range:3500 mn (16 knots), 6000 nmi (12 knots)
Autonomy (days):30
Propulsion:2x9600 hp, diesels «Zgoda-Sulzer» 16ZVB40/48, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 2 stern retractable azimuth thrusters, 3 diesel generators x750 kW
Armament:2x2 57 mm AK-725 (2200 rounds) – Fire control system MR-103 «Bars» (Project 775, 775/II)
1x1 76 mm AK-176M (550 rounds) – Fire control system MR-123 «Vympel-A» (Project 775/III)
2x6 30 mm AK-630M (Project 775/III)
2x1 45 mm 21KM – SDK-91, BDK-11, 67
2x40 122 mm aunchers MS-73 «Grad-M» (¹19, from ¹21) (320 rounds) – Fire control system «Groza-1171»
2x4 (on some ships 4x4) launchers MTU-4 SAM system «Strela» or 9Ê38 «Igla» (9M39) (from 1981, not on all Project 775 and 775/II)
Electronics:Air/surface search radar MR-302 «Rubka» (Project 775, 775/II), air/surface search radar MR-220 «Reyd» (BDK-32), air/surface search radar MR-352 «Pozitiv-E» (Project 775/III), navigational radar «Don» or «Mius» (BDK-11 – MR-212 «Vaygach»)
Project 775/III - PK-16 decoy RL (2 launchers KL-101)
Cargo:10 main battle tanks and 340 troops or 12 BTR and 340 troops or 3 main battle tanks, 3 2S9 «Nona-S», 5 MT-LB, 4 army trucks and 313 troops or 500 tons of cargo
Crew:98 (17 officers)

Schematics

Large landing ship - Project 775 and Project 775/II
Large landing ship - Project 775 and Project 775/II


Large landing ship - Project 775/III
Large landing ship - Project 775/III


Modernizations

On BDK-64, 101 was added 1 launcher for cords
On BDK-101 added 1x1 14,5 mm KPV in 1989. Then removed
On BDK-58 in 2014 control system MR-103 «Bars» was replaced by control system MR-123-02/3 «Bagira»


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: SDK-47, BDK-43, 58, 60, 61, 105
Black Sea Fleet: BDK-46, 54, 56, 64, 67
Northern Fleet: SDK-55, 91, 182, 183, 200, BDK-32, 45
Pacific Fleet: SDK-48, 63, 90, 119, 181, 197, BDK-11, 14, 98, 101


Hull Numbers

SDK-47: 510(1975), 116?(1977), 130(1978), 044, 024, 130(1981), 125(1981), 100(1985), 131(1988), 134(1990)
SDK-48: 507(1975), 080(1978), 061(1982)
SDK-55: 028?(1979), 033(1981), 036, 050?(1985), 037(1986), 040(1987), 014(1990), 031(1996)
SDK-63: 514, 383(1976), 057(1978), 050(1979), 068(1981), 088(1984), 083?(1987)
SDK-90: 510(1976), 561(1976), 067(1978), 093(1981), 069, 077(1989), 058(1990)
SDK-91: 477(1977), 045(1977), 039(1981), 011(1983), 045(1987), 025(1990), 012(2000)
SDK-181: 551(1976), 077(1976), 379(1978), 077(1978), 074(1980), 077(1983), 053(1984), 083(1987)
SDK-182: 481(1977), 019(1979), 040(1981), 014(1987), 040(1990), 027(1996)
SDK-183: 475(1977), 024(1979), 044?(1981), 034(1985), 021(1990), 035(1994)
SDK-197: 101(1977), 116(1978), 058, 084(1981), 051(1984), 055(1989)
SDK-200: 039(1979), 026(1982), 043(1984), 035(1987), 045(1989), 011(1990)
BDK-11: 131(1991), 100, 077(1992)
BDK-14: 108(1981), 091(1982), 079(1986), 081(1986), 058(1988), 050(1990), 070(1994)
BDK-32: 121(1982), 046(1984), 042(1987), 018(1990), 039(1993)
BDK-43: 135(1983), 105(1987), 127(1990)
BDK-45: 123(1985), 133(1985), 135, 018(1986), 023(1987), 036(1990), 010(1999), 016(1999)
BDK-46: 108(1987), 142(1.05.1989)
BDK-54: 151(1990)
BDK-56: 112(1985), 139(1987), 154(1990)
BDK-58: 122(1984), 122(10.04.1987), 102(1990)
BDK-60: 128(1986), 101(1987), 110(1990)
BDK-61: 130(1991)
BDK-64: 127(1986), 134(1986), 158(1990)
BDK-67: 137(1988), 156(1990)
BDK-98: 129(1982), 067(1982), 079(1987), 058(1990), 055(1996)
BDK-101: 090(1985), 081(1990), 069(1991), 066(1994)
BDK-105: 109(1981), 116(1983), 103(1987), 125(1993)


Decommissioned

1993 – BDK-200 (30.06)
1994 – BDK-47 (17.12), BDK-48 (5.07), BDK-63 (5.07), BDK-90 (5.07), BDK-181 (5.07), BDK-197 (5.07)
2001 – BDK-14 (3.05)
2002 – BDK-105 (10.04)
2002 – BDK-32, BDK-105 (10.04)
2005 – Kotlas (22.06)


Export

Ukraine: 1 unit
Konstantin Olshanskiy U402 (till 10.01.1996 BDK-56 Konstantin Olshanskiy)

Southern Yemen: 1 unit
¹139 (till 09.1979 SDK-119). Decommissioned in 2002, cargo ship «Sam of Yemen», owner - «Yemen Economical»

 
   

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