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Big submarine chaser from Russia. Type of the ship BO (from russian bolszoj ochotnik) 122-bis. Taken over MW PRL on 15th December 1957 with seven other ships. Used as "DS-48" then changed into "DS-368". The ship was out of service in 1971 and sunked during Warsow Pact exercises on Hel marine training ground. Then used as a traing wreck for military divers.

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Groźny

54° 40' 33.2" N , 18° 40' 53.8" E

2015-02-19 22:17

Depth above the wreck: 11m

Depth at the bottom: 18.5m

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Rys: Magazyn Nurkowanie

DESCRIPTION
Big submarine chaser from Russia. Type of the ship BO (from russian bolszoj ochotnik) 122-bis. Taken over MW PRL on 15th December 1957 with seven other ships. Used as "DS-48" then changed into "DS-368". The ship was out of service in 1971 and sunked during Warsow Pact exercises on Hel marine training ground. Then used as a traing wreck for military divers.
DIMENSIONS
Length between perpendiculars Lpp 52,00 m
Breadth 6,40 m
Draft 2,50 m
Displacement 350 t
Crew 55 people
POWER
3 main engines with total power 808 kW (1100 HP)
Maximum speed 21 knots
Economical speed 12 knots
Range with economical speed 2500 Nm
Fuel supply 31,7 t
ARMAMENT
Gun 85mm
2 guns plot. 37mm
3 double wkm 12,7mm
2 rocket lounchers depth charges
2 stern chute depth charges
30 depth charges BMB-1
32 rocket bomb charges

DIVING DESCRIPTION
The ship lays perfectly on it's keel. Because of no nets the wreck is an ideal option for begginer divers. It's worth to see hatches to hold and skylights in the stern part. The superstructure was opened by divers, so now it possible to swim there.

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