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Sea Guard of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine
Морська охорона Державної прикордонної служби України
Emblem
Emblem
Racing stripe
Ensign
Pennant
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdictionUkraine
Constituting instrument
  • Law of Ukraine about State Border Guard Service of Ukraine 03.04.2003 № 661-IV
Specialist jurisdiction
  • Coastal patrol, marine border protection, marine search and rescue.
Operational structure
Parent agencySBGS
Notables
Significant operation
Anniversary
  • 28 May
Website
www.pvu.gov.ua

The Ukrainian Sea Guard (Ukrainian: Морська охорона, Morska okhorona; full name Морська охорона Державної прикордонної служби України, Sea Guard of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine) is the coast guard service of Ukraine, subordinated to its Border Guard Service.[1]

The Sea Guard is the local successor of the Soviet Border Troops Naval Units that were similarly responsible for coast guard tasks. However, there were some interchanges in units, ships and personnel between the Sea Guard and the Ukrainian Navy.[clarification needed]

Service personnel of the Sea Guard wear either a black uniform similar to the Ukrainian Navy, but decorated with some green elements (traditional for border guard), or a common uniform of the Border Guard Service. Sea Guard vessels bear the Морська охорона inscription on their boards.

Organization

The Sea Guard operates four sea guard detachments: in Balaklava, Odessa, Izmail and Kerch; a sea guard cutters division in Mariupol; a special-purpose sea guard cutters division in Yalta; and a riverine Dnieper sea guard cutters division in Kyiv. Sea guard administration is split between the Azov-Black seas regional administration in Simferopol and the Southern regional administration in Odessa.

Squads of Marine Security

Battle fleet

Major vessels.[2]

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a][b] Origin Commissioned Note
Warship (1 in service)
Pauk
Григорій Куроп
Anti-submarine corvette BG-50 Hryhoriy Kuropyatnykov 580 Soviet Union Yaroslavl 1984
Fast attack craft (6 in service)
Stenka
BG57 Patrol boat 2012 G2.jpg
Patrol boats BG-57 Mykolaiv[c] 245 Soviet Union Almaz 1988
BG-63 Pavlo Derzhavin[d] 1987
BG-62 Podillya[e] 1983
Shmel[3][4]
АртКатер.jpg
River gunboats BG-82 Lubny 77 Soviet Union Zaliv Shipbuilding yard 1972
BG-83 Nizhyn 1968
BG-84 Izmayil 1969
Patrol ships (11 in service)
Orlan Patrol gunboat BG-200 Balaklava 42.5 Ukraine More 2012 Was intended to replace the Zhuk-class patrol boats[5][6]
Zhuk 1400M (Grif)
Boat U170 Skadovsk 2012 G1.jpg
Small patrol gunboats BG-101 KaMO-509[f] 39.7 Soviet Union More 1988 1 unidentified Zhuk 1400M captured by Russia after the Battle of Berdiansk[7]
1 unidentified Zhuk 1400M damaged and captured by Russia during the Siege of Mariupol[8][9]
In 2020, KaMO-514, Liubomyr and KaMO-522 were reported to belong to a detachment east of the Kerch Strait - prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[10]
BG-103 KaMO-511[g] 1987
BG-105 KaMO-514[h][11] 1990
BG-106 Zlatokray[i][11] Soviet Union/Ukraine More 1992
BG-107 KaMO-516[j][11] 1992
BG-109 Nemyriv[k] 1992
BG-110 Liubomyr[l] 1992
BG-111 Odesa[m] 1992
BG-114 KaMO-522[11] 1993
BG-115 Ternopil[n] 1993
BG-116 Darnytisa[o] 1993
BG-117 Vatutinets[p] 1993
Cutters (29-32 in service)
PO-2 (project 376)
U-724.jpg
Diving cutter BG-801 PSKA-155[q][12][13] 41.1 Soviet Union Yaroslavl[14] 1966
Harbor patrol BG-612 PSKA-612[r][13] 46.89 Soviet Union Sosnovka[s] 1968[t] PSKA-612 and PSKA-613 may still be undergoing repair
BG-613 PSKA-613[r][15][16][13]  Soviet Union
(project 371)[u] Small patrol boats Head no. 628[17] 9.83 Soviet Union Vympel Shipyard
Head no. 729[17]
Head no. 871[17]
BG-803[17] 1990
Kalkan-P (project 09104)[18] Patrol cutters BG-07[19] 7.74 Ukraine Mykolaiv
BG-08[20] 2002[v]
BG-12[21] 2008[w]
Kalkan (project 50030)[x][22] Patrol cutters BG-303[23] 7.8 Ukraine More 1 unidentified Kalkan captured by Russia during the Siege of Mariupol[24][25]
In 2018, BG-303 and BG-305 were reported to belong to a detachment east of the Kerch Strait - prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[26]
BG-305[27]
BG-320[28]
BG-333[29]
BG-503[30]
BG-603[31]
BG-604[32]
BG-807 Sailor Mykola Kushnirov[33]
BG-808[34]
Aist (project 1398B) Small patrol boats BG-609[35] 20 Four of six Aist-class ships in the Ukrainian Navy and Sea Guard prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[36]
BG-610[35]
BG-611[35]
BG-815[35]
(project 363) Support boat BG-806 RKZ-461[37] 28.7 Soviet Union Yaroslavl 1952 May still be undergoing repair
UMS 1000
BG-16 in Izmail (2), 08.09.2020.jpg
Patrol cutters BG-15 7.4[38] Ukraine Kyiv 2011 Series of small patrol cutters developed by UMS boats
In 2018, BG-25 was reported to belong to a detachment east of the Kerch Strait - prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[39]
BG-16 2012
BG-17 2012
BG-19 2012
BG-20 2013
BG-21 2013
BG-25[40] 2018
UMS 600
Ukrainian Sea Guard BG-724.jpg
Patrol cutters BG-724[y][41] 1.46[42] Ukraine Kyiv In 2020, was reported to belong to a detachment west of the Kerch Strait - prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[43]
1 vessel[z] 1.32[aa][44] In 2018, 1 vessel was reported to belong to a detachment east of the Kerch Strait - prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[26]
Special purpose RIB (4 in service)
BRIG Navigator N730M[45]
Ukrainian Sea Guard BRIG Navigator N730M.jpg
Rigid inflatable boat 1 vessel[46] 2.56[47]  Ukraine 2019-2020
BRIG Navigator N700M Rigid inflatable boat BG-43[48] 2.46[47]  Ukraine
Safe Boat 27[49] Rigid inflatable boats BG-1002[50] 5.15[51]  United States 2019
BG-1003[50] 2019
Auxiliary vessels
Tug (1 in service)
Titan Tug BG-60 Titan 1,025[52] Norway Georg Eides Sønner, Høylandsbygd 1974[w] Resumed service after repairs in 2021[53][54]
Amphibious vessel (1 in service)
Panther-design amphibious boat Amphibious boat BG-717[55]
Motor yachts (3 in service)
Galia-640[56] Small patrol boats BG-707[57] Poland Galeon Yachts, Straszyn In 2018, 1 vessel was reported to belong to a detachment east of the Kerch Strait - prior to the Russian invasion of Ukraine[26]
BG-709[57]
Galia-280 Small patrol boat BG-731[58] Poland Galeon Yachts, Straszyn
Training (1 in service)
Chaika (project 1360)[59] Training vessel BG-01 Krym[60] 256 Soviet Union Almaz 1978 Converted from patrol boat in 2020[61]
Special purpose boats and barges (4 in service)
Celik Border support ship BG-58 Amethyst  Turkey Converted from fishing vessel in 2000[62]
(project R-140)[63] Barracks ship RSZ-20[64][65][66] 405.2 Soviet Union Sokol 1984
(project 824M) Floating dock PZh-61M[67] 1,386  Soviet Union[68]
(project 889A) Floating dock Head no. 717[69] 1,354 Bulgaria Burgas[69]

See also: List of active Ukrainian Navy ships

Awaiting repair

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a][b] Origin Commissioned Decommissioned
Cutter (1)
Kalkan-P (project 09104) Patrol cutter BG-10[70] 7.74 Ukraine Mykolaiv 2006[w]
Auxiliary vessel
Command and SAR/medevac (1)
Type N[71] Command ship[ab] BG-80 Danube 300[72] Nazi Germany Linz 1942 Put out of service in 2011; planned transfer to Izmail Naval Lyceum fell through[73]

Under construction

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a][ac] Origin Laid down Note
Ocea FPB 98 Patrol boats Built, but not yet in service: 120 Ukraine Nibulon / France Ocea Shipbuilding[ad] 2020[ae] 20 vessels originally planned
2 already launched; first units expected to come into service in 2022[74][75]
BG-201[76]
BG-202[77]
BG-203[78]
38 Defiant
Senegalese Navy personnel conduct a demonstration of a 38 foot Defiant class patrol boat donated by the USA -c (cropped).jpg
Pilothouse patrol boats 10[af] under construction[79] United States Metal Shark In June 2022, Metal Shark announced these boats were under construction as part of an accelerated strategy to support Ukraine which began in 2019.[79] In January of the same year, the Sea Guard announced its expectation to receive 11 Metal Shark boats of the 38 Defiant and 36 Fearless classes in 2022[80]
Center console patrol boats 4[ag] under construction[79]
36 Fearless High-performance military interceptor boats 3 under construction[79] United States Metal Shark In June 2022, Metal Shark announced these boats were under construction as part of an accelerated strategy to support Ukraine which began in 2019.[79] In January of the same year, the Sea Guard announced its expectation to receive 11 Metal Shark boats of the 38 Defiant and 36 Fearless classes in 2022[80]

Decommissioned, sold, destroyed, captured

Class Photo Type Ships Displacement[a] Origin Commissioned Decommissioned
Warships (2)
Pauk
Pauk 1 BG52 Balaklava.jpg
Anti-submarine corvettes BG-52 Hryhoriy Hnatenko 540 Soviet Union Yaroslavl 1987 Both ships were ready to be decommissioned and were left in Balaklava after the Russian annexation of Crimea;[81] Hryhoriy Hnatenko tugged to Feodosia and scuttled in 2015. Raised and transferred to Sevastopol. Used as target to missiles and scuttled
BG-51 Poltava[ai] 1987
Fast attack craft (19)
Stenka
BG57 Patrol boat 2012 G2.jpg
Patrol boats PSKR-623 245 Soviet Union Almaz[82] PSKR-623 decommissioned in 1993; subsequently scrapped
PSKR-630 PSKR-630 and PSKR-636 decommissioned in the mid-1990s;[83] PSKR-630 converted to civil vessel and PSKR-636 scrapped
PSKR-636
Transcarpathia[aj] 1976 Transcarpathia sold to Georgia and subsequently renamed in 1998; scrapped in 2006[84]
PSKR-645 1975 PSKR-645 decommissioned in 1998; subsequently scrapped
Anastasia[ak] Anastasia, PSKR-643 and Heroyi Kerchi decommissioned in 1999; Anastasia sold to Georgia and renamed in the same year;[85] subsequent to decommissioning, PSKR-643 and Heroyi Kerchi scrapped
PSKR-643 1975
BG-30 Heroyi Kerchi[al] 1981
PSKR-635 PSKR-635 decommissioned in 2000; subsequently scrapped
BG-60 Zaporizka Sich[am] 1975 Zaporizka Sich decommissioned in 2004; subsequently scrapped
BG-56 Volyn[an] 1974 Volyn decommissioned in 2007; subsequently scrapped
BG-61 Odesa[ao] 1975 Odesa decommissioned in 2011 and converted to civil vessel; scrapped in 2016
BG-31 Bukovyna[ap] 1976 Bukovyna lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea; scuttled as target for missiles in 2016
BG-32 Donbas[aq] 1982 Donbas sunk during the Siege of Mariupol[86]
Muravey[87] Anti-submarine hydrofoils PSKR-103 221 Soviet Union More 1983 PSKR-103 decommissioned in 1996; subsequently scrapped
BG-53 PSKR-108 1990 PSKR-108 and PSKR-105 decommissioned in 2000; both subsequently scrapped
BG-54 PSKR-105 1985
BG-55 Halychyna[ar] Soviet Union/Ukraine More 1993 Halychyna decommissioned in 2010; subsequently scrapped
Shmel[3]
АртКатер.jpg
River gunboat BG-81 Kaniv 77 Soviet Union Zaliv Shipbuilding yard 1971 Decommissioned in 2012[88]
Patrol ships (29)
Koral (project 58160) Large patrol boat 1 vessel 310 Ukraine More Under construction when captured Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[89]
Zhuk 1400M (Grif)
Boat U170 Skadovsk 2012 G1.jpg
Small patrol gunboats PSKA-502[as][11] 39.7 Soviet Union More 1981 PSKA-502, PSKA-503, PSKA-505, PSKA-506, PSKA-507, KaMO-504 and PSKA-513 decommissioned in the mid-1990s (at earliest, 1994); PSKA-506 then converted to a civil vessel[90]
PSKA-503[at][11] 1981
PSKA-505[au][11] Soviet Union Batumi 1982
PSKA-506[av][11] Soviet Union More 1982
PSKA-507[aw][11] 1982
KaMO-504[11] Soviet Union Batumi 1984
PSKA-513[ax][11] Soviet Union More 1990
PSKA-528 Ukraine More Never commissioned Construction of PSKA-528, PSKA-529, PSKA-530, PSKA-531, PSKA-532 and PSKA-533 never completed; subsequently abandoned[90]
PSKA-529
PSKA-530
PSKA-531
PSKA-532
PSKA-533
BG-100 Sivash[ay] Soviet Union More 1987 Sivash withdrawn from service in 2008 and dismantled[91]
BG-102 Obolon[az] 1988 Obolon and KaMO-512 decommissioned in 2012;[11] Obolon subsequently lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea;[92] KaMO-512 scrapped in 2021[93]
BG-104 KaMO-512[ba] 1989
BG-112 KaMO-521 Soviet Union/Ukraine More 1993 KaMO-521 lost to Russia (while out of service) during the annexation of Crimea[94]
BG-119 KaMO-527 1994 KaMO-527 destroyed near Mariupol by Russian forces in 2014
BG-118 Arabat[bb] 1993 Arabat and 1 unidentified Zhuk 1400M captured after the Battle of Berdiansk[7]
BG-108 KaMO-517[bc] 1992 KaMO-517 and one unidentified Zhuk 1400M destroyed and wrecks captured by Russia during the Siege of Mariupol[8][9]
Zhuk 1400E
Boat U170 Skadovsk 2012 G1.jpg
Small patrol gunboat PSKA-501[bd][11] 40 Soviet Union More 1975 Decommissioned in the mid-1990s (at earliest, 1994)[90]
Zhuk 1400
Boat U170 Skadovsk 2012 G1.jpg
Small patrol gunboats PSKA-555[11] 40 Soviet Union More 1972 Decommissioned in the mid-1990s (at earliest, 1994)[90]
PSKA-500[be][11] 1973
Gurzuf (project 14670)[95]
Balaklava 91.jpg
Special border patrol boats BG-02 Lviv[bf] 43.5 Soviet Union Batumi 1989[96] Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[97][96]
BG-03 Kryvyi Rih[bg] 1989
Chibis-2 (project 14101) Small patrol boat BG-616[98] 2.2 Soviet Union Kama 1991 Decommissioned in 2008[98]
Cutters (43)
PO-2 (project 376)
U-724.jpg
Diving cutters PSKA-158[bh][99] 38 Soviet Union Sosnovka 1966 PSKA-158 decommissioned between 1995 and 1999 (inclusive)[13]
PSKA-159[bh][99] PSKA-159 and head no. 602 decommissioned in the 1990s[13]
Head no. 602[bh][99]
BG-501 RK-796[bi] 38.2 1970[100] RK-796 decommissioned in 2008[101] and subsequently lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[92]
Scrapped in 2020[102]
(project 371)[u] Small patrol boats PSKA-125[17] 9.83 PSKA-125 and PSKA-141 decommissioned and converted to civil vessels[17]
PSKA-141[17]
Head no. 629[17] Soviet Union Vympel Shipyard Head no. 629 sold and subsequently scrapped[103]
Head no. 1255[17] 1987 Head numbers 1255, 1256 and 1257 decommissioned in 2008; head no. 1257 renamed and converted to a civil vessel in the same year[17]
Head no. 1256[17] 1987
Head no. 1257[17] 1987
Head no. 1637[17] 1991 Head no. 1637 decommissioned in 2010[17]
Head no. 1525[17] 1990 Head no. 1525 decommissioned in 2012[17]
(project 343) Small patrol boat PMKA-1448[bj][104] 1.85  Soviet Union 1984 PMKA-1448 decommissioned in 2008[104]
Special border patrol boats Head no. 8203[bk][104] 1.8 1982 Head numbers 8203, 8305, 8306 and 8402 lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea and put into Russian service in the same year[104][105]
Head no. 8305[bk][104] 1983
Head no. 8306[bk][104] 1983
Head no. 8402[bk][104] 1984
Kalkan-P (project 09104) Patrol cutters BG-09 7.74 Ukraine Mykolaiv 2006[w] Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea. BG-11 subsequently put into service with the Russian Coast Guard[106][107]
BG-11 2008[w]
Kalkan (project 50030)[bl][22] Patrol cutters BG-504 7.8 Ukraine More 1997[w] BG-504 lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[108]
BG-308, BG-310 and BG-311 captured by Russia after the Battle of Berdiansk[109]
BG-304, BG-309 and 1 unidentified Kalkan captured by Russia during the Siege of Mariupol[24][25]
BG-304 awaiting repair prior to capture[110]
BG-308
BG-310
BG-311
BG-304[110]
BG-309[26]
Katran Patrol cutter BG-820  Soviet Union 1998[w][105] Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[111]
Aist (project 1398B) Small patrol boats Head no. 317 20  Soviet Union Head no. 317 decommissioned in 1994[35]
Head no. 340 Soviet Union More Head no. 340 sunk in 1996
PMKA-202 Soviet Union Batumi 1989 PMKA-202 decommissioned in 2008[35]
Head no. 9104 1991 Head no. 9104 decommissioned in 2008[35]
PMKA-610 1985 PMKA-610 decommissioned in 2009[35]
Head no. 9030 1991 Head no. 9030 decommissioned in 2009[35]
BG-816 PMKA-224 Soviet Union More 1990 PMKA-224 decommissioned in 2010[35]
Head no. 8908[112] Soviet Union Batumi 1992 Head no. 8908 decommissioned in 2012,[35] sold to a private client and converted to a civil vessel in 2014[112]
(project 363) Support boat BG-818 PSKA-300[113] 28.7 Soviet Union Yaroslavl 1951 Decommissioned in 2008[113]
UMS 1000
BG-16 in Izmail (2), 08.09.2020.jpg
Patrol cutters BG-18[40] 7.4[38] Ukraine Kyiv 2012 BG-18 lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[114]
BG-14 2011 BG-14 and BG-24 captured by Russia after the Battle of Berdiansk[109]
BG-24 2016
BG-22 2014 BG-22 and BG-23 both damaged and captured by Russia during the Siege of Mariupol[86][115][24]
BG-23 2014
Hvilya (project 14720) Patrol boats 2 vessels[116] Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[116]
Special purpose RIB (4)
BRIG Navigator N730M[45]
Ukrainian Sea Guard BRIG Navigator N730M.jpg
Rigid inflatable boat 1 vessel 2.56[47]  Ukraine 2019-2020 Most likely destroyed by Russia during the Siege of Mariupol[117]
BRIG Navigator N700M Rigid inflatable boat BG-40[118] 2.46[47]  Ukraine Captured by Russia during the Siege of Mariupol[118]
Heavy Duty 460 Rigid inflatable boat 1 vessel[116]  Ukraine Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[116]
Brig Eagle 6[bm] Rigid inflatable boat 1 vessel[116] 1.79[119]  Ukraine Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[116]
Auxiliary vessels
Motor yachts (2)
Adamant 315 Motor yacht BG-732[120]  Ukraine 2017 Captured by Russia after the Battle of Berdiansk[121]
Galia-280 Small patrol boat 1 vessel[122] Poland Galeon Yachts, Straszyn Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[122]
Special purpose boats and barges (6)
Baba Hasan Border support ship BG-59 Onyx  Turkey Converted from fishing vessel in 2000[123]
Vessel most likely captured or destroyed between the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine and 20 May 2022 (inclusive); as of 2020,[124] it was reported to be deployed in Mariupol, east of the Kerch Strait - prior to this[125]
GTI SE 155 Sea-Doo Jet skis 2 vessels  Mexico Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[116]
Nalim (project 50150)[126] Border support ship (barge) Nalim (project 50150) Ukraine Zalyv Shipbuilding yard Not yet in service when captured Lost to Russia during the annexation of Crimea[126]
(No formal type or project number) Marine security barge[bn][127] BNS-11250  Nazi Germany 1945[bo] Decommissioned in 2012[127]
(project 1842) Floating base RSZ-2[bp][128] 1971 Sunk in Odessa no later than 2015;[128][129] raised in 2016 to relieve space in the port[130]

Future

From 2012 to 2014 there were plans to build 39 small guard ships of different classes, including 6 Koral-class[131] and 8 Orlan-class vessels. From 2015 onward, there are plans to build a multipurpose guard ship, with displacement around 1000 tons, which can carry one helicopter.[5][132]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Full load (in long tons)
  2. ^ a b Figures are accurate to no more than 2 decimal places
  3. ^ Previously named PSKR-722
  4. ^ Previously named PSKR-720
  5. ^ Previously named PSKR-709
  6. ^ Previously named PSKA-517
  7. ^ Previously named PSKA-529
  8. ^ Previously named PSKA-539
  9. ^ Previously named PSKA-550, then KaMO-515
  10. ^ Previously named PSKA-514
  11. ^ Previously named KaMO-518
  12. ^ Previously named KaMO-519
  13. ^ Previously named KaMO-520
  14. ^ Previously named KaMO-523
  15. ^ Previously named KaMO-524
  16. ^ Previously named KaMO-525
  17. ^ project RVM376A
  18. ^ a b project R376U
  19. ^ Commissioned in the Soviet Union; this is the most likely shipyard according to a linked source
  20. ^ Most likely date of commission according to a linked source
  21. ^ a b All are of project 371U
  22. ^ Launched in that year. Unclear when first commissioned
  23. ^ a b c d e f g Built in that year. Unclear when first commissioned
  24. ^ Including Kalkan-M
  25. ^ UMS 600 Cruiser
  26. ^ UMS 600, also known as UMS 600 PL
  27. ^ Displacement of UMS 600 (but not of UMS 600 Cruiser variant)
  28. ^ Designed as a tug
  29. ^ Figures apply for individual, finished vessels of these types, and are accurate to no more than 2 decimal places
  30. ^ 5 to be built at Nibulon
  31. ^ First laid down in 2020
  32. ^ 38 Defiant pilothouse
  33. ^ 38 Defiant center console
  34. ^ Not counting those recommissioned by or sent to the Ukrainian Navy or the Sea Guard’s parent agency (for border detachments)
  35. ^ Previously named PSKR-813
  36. ^ Previously named PSKR-648
  37. ^ Previously named PSKR-629
  38. ^ Previously named PSKR-642
  39. ^ Previously named PSKR-650
  40. ^ Previously named PSKR-637
  41. ^ Previously named PSKR-652
  42. ^ Previously named PSKR-702
  43. ^ Previously named PSKR-705
  44. ^ Previously named PSKR-115
  45. ^ Previously named PSKA-579
  46. ^ Previously named PSKA-574
  47. ^ Previously named PSKA-526
  48. ^ Previously named PSKA-527
  49. ^ Previously named PSKA-528
  50. ^ Previously named PSKA-538
  51. ^ Previously named PSKA-512, then KaMO-508
  52. ^ Previously named PSKA-508, then KaMO-510
  53. ^ Previously named PSKA-531
  54. ^ Previously named KaMO-526
  55. ^ Previously named PSKA-515
  56. ^ Previously named PSKA-562
  57. ^ Previously named PSKA-558
  58. ^ Previously named PKASS-53
  59. ^ Previously named PKASS-54
  60. ^ a b c project RV376
  61. ^ project RV376U
  62. ^ project 343ME
  63. ^ a b c d Volga (project 13432)
  64. ^ Including Kalkan-M
  65. ^ 'Brig S6' referred to in a linked source is most likely an abbreviation (and possible mistranslation) of this type
  66. ^ Designed as a base tanker barge
  67. ^ Built in 1943; possibly in commission before 1945 with Nazi Germany
  68. ^ Previously named RSO-2

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  21. ^ "BG12 – 09104, тип Калкан-П design".
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