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Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by Engine capo » 19 Jun 2011 17:34

Here is some data about Yugoslav partisan navy:
Yugoslav partisan navy had 16 armed ships ( Naoružani Brodovi), of wich 10 was lost during the war. 3 of them was sunk by german aircrafts, 1 by allied aircrafts, 1 by german boats, 1 by allied destroyer, 1 run on the ground, 1 sunk by mine, 1 lost in collision and 1 captured.

NB-1
Displacement: 120 t
Length: 25 m
Beam: 6 m
Draught: 2,5 m
Propulsion: one MAN diesel engine with 240 HP
Speed: 11 knots
Crew: 16 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 4x20 mm AA, 1x15 mm AA
Fate: Sunk by Luftwaffe 20.03.1944.

NB-2 Koča
Displacement: 120 t
Lenght: 25 m
Beam: 6 m
Draught: 2,5 m
Propulsion: one Ansaldo diesel engine with 240 HP
Speed: 11 knots
Crew: 14 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x20 mm AA, 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Sunk by S-36 and S-61 S-boots 17.03.1944.

NB-3 Jadran
Displacement: 64 t
Lenght: 19,7 m
Beam: 4,7 m
Draught: 2,4 m
Propulsion: one Deutz diesel engine with 100 HP
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: 22 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 3x20 mm AA, 1x4x12,7 mm, 2x2x12,7 mm MG, 3x8 mm MG, 1 Rocket Launcher
Fate: Survived war

NB-4 Topčider
Displacement: 65 t
Lenght: 17 m
Beam: 4,55 m
Draught: 1,7 m
Propulsion: one MAN diesel engine with 75 HP
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: 22 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 4x20 mm AA
Fate: Survived war

NB-5 Ivan
Displacement: 80 t
Lenght: 33 m
Beam: 4,5 m
Draught: 2 m
Propulsion: two MAN diesel motors, each with 80 HP
Speed: 11 knots
Crew: 12 members
Armament: 2x20 mm AA, 6x8 mm MG
Fate: Sunk by Luftwaffe 27.12.1943.

nb-5 ivan.jpg


nb-5 ivan sunk.jpg


NB-6 Napredak
Displacement: 30 t
Lenght: 17 m
Beam: 4,3 m
Draught: 1,5 m
Propulsion: one Deutz diesel engine with 75 HP
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: 16 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x20 mm AA, 4x8 mm MG
Fate: Sunk by Luftwaffe 20.03.1944.

NB-7 Enare II
Displacement: 35 t
Lenght: 17 m
Beam: 4,4 m
Draught: 1,6 m
Propulsion: one MAN diesel engine with 107 HP
Speed: 9,5 knots
Crew: 17 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 1x20 mm AA, 4x8 mm MG
Fate: Damaged in collision with NB-8 in the night 21/22.04.1944., due to severe damage it sustained, burned and sunk by it`s crew.

NB-8 Kornat
Displacement: 61 t
Lenght: 19,5 m
Beam: 5 m
Draught: 2,4 m
Propulsion: one Deutz diesel engine with 150 HP
Speed: 9 knots
Crew: 23 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 3x20 mm AA, 3x8 mm MG
Fate: Run aground 28.07.1944., burned by its crew.

NB-9 Biokovac
Displacement: 15 t
Lenght: 16 m
Beam: 3,5 m
Draught: 2 m
Propulsion: two Ansaldo diesel engines, each with 45 HP
Speed: 10 knots
Crew: 9 members
Armament: 1x13 mm MG, 4x8 mm MG
Fate: run over by RN destroyer 20.12.1944.

nb-9 biokovac.jpg


NB-10 Sloga
Displacement: 28 t
Lenght: 17 m
Beam: 4,8 m
Draught: 1,5 m
Propulsion: one Deutz diesel engine with 50 HP
Speed: 9 knots
Crew: 10 members
Armament: 1x20 mm AA, 3x8 mm MG
Fate: Captured by three german KJ boats 08.02.1944.

NB-11 Crvena Zvijezda
Displacement: 180 t
Lenght: 24 m
Beam: 5,5 m
Draught: 2,5 m
Propulsion: one Ansaldo diesel engine with 135 HP
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: 28 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x37 mm AA, 1x4x20 mm AA, 1x20 mm AA, 2x2x12,7 mm MG, 2x8 mm MG, 1x81 mm Mortar, 1x35 mm Mortar
Fate: Hit mine and sunk 01.04.1945.

NB-12 Borac
Displacement: 60 t
Lenght: 22 m
Beam: 5 m
Draught: 2,5 m
Propulsion: one Ansaldo diesel engine with 200 HP
Speed: 8,5 knots
Crew: 20 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 4x20 mm AA, 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war. In november 1944 renamed as NB-13 Partizan II

NB-13 Partizan
Displacement: 24 m
Lenght: 22 m
Beam: 5,5 m
Draught: 1,5 m
Propulsion: one Deutz diesel engine with 110 HP
Speed: 9,5 čv
Crew: 20 members
Armament: 2x40 mm AT, 3x20 mm AA, 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Sunk by RAF 21.10.1944.

NB-14 Pionir
Displacement: 33 t
Lenght: 20 m
Beam: 5 m
Draught: 2 m
Propulsion: one Deutz diesel engine with 110 HP
Speed: 9 knots
Crew: 22 members
Armament: 2x40 mm AT, 1x2x20 mm AA, 2x2x12,7 mm MG
Fate: Survived war.

NB-15
Displacement: 20 t
Lenght: 14 m
Beam: 3 m
Draught: 0,8 m
Propulsion: two Breda diesel engines each with 75 HP
Crew: 8 members
Armament: 2x2x12,7 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

NB Partizanka
Displacement: 62 t
Lenght: 21,38 m
Beam: 4,5 m
Draught: 1,7 m
Propulsion: two Deutz diesel engines each with 95 HP
Speed: 10 knots
Crew: 12 members
Armament: 3x20 mm AA, 2x3 Rocket Launchers
Fate: Survived war. Later become a yacht in JRM.
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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by Engine capo » 20 Jun 2011 11:02

A few more photos:

NB-12 Borac
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NB-13 Partizan
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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by AVV » 20 Jun 2011 12:08

Hello!
An interesting topic. Thanks for sharing the photos and the info! :D

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by AVV » 20 Jun 2011 12:09

Engine capo wrote: 1x40 mm AT

And one more question: was this gun British 2-pounder?

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by Engine capo » 20 Jun 2011 23:03

AVV wrote:
Engine capo wrote: 1x40 mm AT

And one more question: was this gun British 2-pounder?

Best regards, Aleks


Hi Aleks!

Yes, all of those 40 mm guns were UK 2 pounders, except one on NB-11. I think that this one was Czech Škoda, but I`am not 100% sure. If someone can help I would be thankful.

crvenazvijezda6ii.jpg


Picture was taken from Paluba.info forum
http://www.paluba.info/smf/index.php?topic=1059.0

I will also wrote about Partizan patrol boats.

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by G. Trifkovic » 21 Jun 2011 11:45

Hi Engine Capo,

do photos other than the last one also come from "Paluba" forum? Stating the source for ship data would also be great. Thanks,

Gaius

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by Engine capo » 21 Jun 2011 22:05

Hi Gaius

Source for ship data came from Military Encyclopedia book V, pages 691-694 and Kažimir Pribilović book "Naoružani brodovi mornarice NOVJ" ( Armed ships of NOVJ navy). Pictures are scanned from the his book, except last one, wich was taken from Paluba.info forum ( as you can see).

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by Engine capo » 23 Jun 2011 09:23

Apart from NB there were also patrol boats ( Patrolni Čamci) in Partizan navy. Officialy there was 57 boats, but true number is 69. This is possible becouse tactical numbers of boats repeated in some cases. Out of 69 PB-s 14 was lost during the war: 5 sunk by Luftwaffe, 1 by RAF, 1 by German coastal artillery, 1 was destroyed in fuel explosion, 1 in ammunition explosion and 4 captured by Germans. Due to lack of technical information about smaller boats, I will post what I have.

PČ-1 Jadran
Displacement: 21 t
Lenght: 15,4 m
Beam: 4,5 m
Draught: 1,2 m
Propulsion: one diesel engine with 68 HP
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: 11 members
Armament: 2x20 mm AA, 2x12,7 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-2 Macola
Displacement: 20 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: 10 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x20 mm AA
Fate: Survived war

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PČ-3 Ljubica
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Captured by Germans on island Krk

PČ-3 Cres
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Captured by Germans on island Lošinj

PČ-3 Troll
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Decommissioned due poor state of its hull and engine

PČ-3 Škampo
Displacement: 15 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: one diesel engine with 48 HP
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: 14 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x20 mm AA, 2x2x12,7 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-4 Junak
Displacement: 11 t
Lenght: 13,2 m
Beam: 3,3 m
Draught: 1 m
Propulsion: one diesel engine with 50 HP
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: 10 members
Armament: 2x20 mm AA, 1x2x12,7 mm MG, 1x7,92 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-5
Displacement: 5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 10 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm Mg, 2x7,92 mm MG
Fate: Sunk by Luftwaffe 23.03.1944.

PČ-6 Šumar
Displacement: 11 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: 9 members
Armament: 1x20 mm AA, 1x12,7 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

pc6sumar.jpg


PČ-7 Osvetnik
Displacement: 35 t
Lenght: 18,5 m
Beam: 4 m
Draught: 0,9 m
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 11 knots
Crew: 10 members
Armament: 1x4x20 mm AA, 1x12,7 mm
Fate: Survived war ( ex-German I-boot)

pc7osvetnik.jpg


PČ-8 Udarnik
Displacement: 35 t
Lenght: 18,5 m
Beam: 4 m
Draught: 0.9 m
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 11 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x15 mm MG, 1x2x12,7 mm MG
Fate: Survived war ( ex-German I-boot)
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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

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PČ-21 Miran
Displacement: 30 t
Lenght: 15,5 m
Beam: 3,8 m
Draught: 1 m
Propulsion: one diesel engine with 80 HP
Speed: 8,5 knots
Crew: 16 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x20 mm AA, 1x2x12,7 mm MG, 2x8 mm MG, 1x81 mm Mortar
Fate: Survived war

PČ-22 Streljko
Displacement: 17 t
Lenght: 15 m
Beam: 3,9 m
Draught: 0,7 m
Propulsion: one diesel engine with 50 HP
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: 13 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x20 mm AA, 2x8 mm MG, 1x81 mm Mortar
Fate: Survived war

PČ-23 Sloga
Displacement: 20 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: 14 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x20 mm AA, 1x2x12,7 mm MG, 2x8 mm MG, 1x91 mm Mortar
Fate: Survived war

PČ-24 Marjan
Displacement: 21,4 m
Lenght: 15,4 m
Beam: 4,2 m
Draught: 1 m
Propulsion: one diesel engine with 50 HP
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: 16 members
Armament: 1x40 mm AT, 2x20 mm AA, 2x8 mm MG, 1x81 mm Mortar
Fate: Survived war

PČ-25
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Due to its low speed, turned into a transport ship

PČ-26 Zadar
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: 8 members
Armament: 1x20 mm AA, 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-27 Edison
Displacement: 15 t
Lenght: 12,6 m
Beam: 3,7 m
Draught: 0,7 m
Propulsion: one diesel engine with 36 HP
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: 12 members
Armament: 3x20 mm AA, 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Due to its low speed turned in to a transport ship

PČ-28 Anđelko
Displacement: 9 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: 4 members
Armament: 1x20 mm AA
Fate: Blew up by its own ammunition in port of Šibenik on 28.02.1945.

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by The Edge » 23 Jun 2011 13:39

Engine capo wrote:I think that this one was Czech Škoda, but I`am not 100% sure. If someone can help I would be thankful.


It is Skoda gun – 40mm Z1 dual-purpose gun. I’m not sure haw it was called in Yugoslav service (something like “40mm M.1929”). Two years ago we had a very interesting discussion about this & other Skoda Naval guns used on Yugoslav ships: :) viewtopic.php?f=70&t=157514

Thanks to your photo I’m now positive what happened on two 40mm AA guns in single mounts, taken from destroyer “Dubrovnik” when Italians changed its armament. :D (Btw, these captured guns were labeled by Italians as 40/71 - cann.mitr.c.a. Skoda).

Once upon a time NB-11 „Crvena Zvijezda“ was the „star“ at one of AHF quizes: 8-)
viewtopic.php?f=34&t=91987&hilit=what+where+claus&start=555

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by Engine capo » 23 Jun 2011 22:07

Thank you The Edge. :)

Same type of guns were on seaplane tender Zmaj, later Drache. So far I have only seen dual mountings of this weapon.

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

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PČ-41 Napredak
Displacement: 10 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: 4 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-42
Displacement: 10 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: 4 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-43 Napred
Displacement: 5 t
Lenght:?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-44 Đurzor
Displacement: 5,7 t
Lenght: 11 m
Beam: 3,5 m
Draught: 0,5 m
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: 4 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-45 Batoš
Displacement: 5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: 4 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-46 Sveti Juraj
Displacement: 5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm
Fate: Survived war

PČ-47 Sveti Nikola I
Displacement: 7 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: 6 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Sunk near cape Kabal ( island Hvar) by German coastal artillery battery from Vidova Gora ( island Brač) on 29.08.1944.

PČ-48 Sveti Nikola II
Displacement: 4 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: 6 members
Armament: 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-49 Brač II
Displacement: 5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: 4 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-50 Brač III
Displacement: 5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: 5 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-51 Brač IV
Displacement: 3,5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: 6 members
Armament: 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-52 Brač V
Displacement: 5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 5 knots
Crew: 5 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-53 Zora
Displacement: 15 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 2x20 mm AA, 1x2x12,7 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-54 Turist
Displacement: 18 t
Lenght: 14 m
Beam: 3,1 m
Draught: 1,5 m
Propulsion: one diesel engine with 36 HP
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x20 mm AA, 2x8 mm MG, 1x45 mm Mortar
Fate: Survived war

PČ-55 Partizan II
Displacement: 4 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: one petrol engine
Speed: ?
Crew: 4 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Sunk after fuel explosion near Veli Rat at 15.02.1945.

PČ-56 Partizan III
Displacement: 8 t
Lenght: 11 m
Beam: 3,5 m
Draught: 0,5 m
Propulsion: one petrol engine with 16 HP
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: 6 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG, 1x7,7 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-57 Pilotina
Displacement:15 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-58 Sagena
Displacement: 10 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 6 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm
Fate: Survived war

PČ-59 Lapad
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Sunk by RN MTB`s on 09.03.1944. in Neretva canal

PČ-60 Vjekoslava
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Sunk by Luftwaffe near island of Mljet in december 1943.

PČ-60 II
Displacement:
Lenght: 4 t
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-61 Udar
Displacement: 6 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Sunk by Luftwaffe on 27.12.1943. near island of Hvar

PČ-62 Ivo
Displacement: 2 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG, 2x7,9 mm MG
Fate: Captured by 4 German boats near island of Šipan on 27.09.1944.

PČ-62 II Maus
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Survived war

PČ-63 Donec
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: 9 members
Armament: 2x20 mm AA
Fate: Survived war

PČ-63 II
Displacement: 15 t
Lenght: 11,5 m
Beam: 2,6 m
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x20 mm AA, 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-64 Neutralni
Displacement: 2,5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-65 Sveti Nikola III
Displacement: 3 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-66 Proleter
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm
Fate: Captured by 3 German I-boots 08.02.1944. near island of Mljet.

PČ-67 Kerč
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-68 Badija
Displacement: 6 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 2x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-69 Val
Displacement: ?
Lenght: 7,4 m
Beam: 2,4 m
Draught: 0,5 m
Propulsion: one petrol engine with 8 HP
Speed: 8 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm
Fate: Survived war

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

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PČ-70 Mandina
Displacement: 5 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm
Fate: Sunk by Luftwaffe in Komiža 22.03.1944.

PČ-71 Sveti Križ
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-72 Cimbalo
Displacement: ?
Lenght: 8,4 m
Beam: 2,5 m
Draught: 0,5 m
Propulsion: petrol engine with 8 HP
Speed: 5 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG, 1x7,9 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-72 II Sveti Ante
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Survived war

PČ-73 Pionir
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: 4 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Captured by 3 German S-boots in the night between 14/15.09.1944. near Drašnice.

PČ-74 Vesna
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: one petrol engine
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-75 I
Displacement: 8 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: 6 members
Armament: 1x8 mm MG, 3x7,9 mm MG
Fate: ex German Küsten Jäger KJ-10, captured by NB-1, NB-6, PČ-2 and PČ-4 18.03.1944. Sunk by RAF 12.04.1944. near island Mljet.

PČ-75 II Annie
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Survived war

PČ-76
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Captured by Germans on island Olib 31.05.1944.

PČ-77 Margarita
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-78 Mary
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Survived war

PČ-78 II
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: ?
Fate: Survived war

PČ-79
Displacement: 8 t
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: one petrol engine with 12 HP
Speed: 7 knots
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-80
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-81
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

PČ-82
Displacement: ?
Lenght: ?
Beam: ?
Draught: ?
Propulsion: ?
Speed: ?
Crew: ?
Armament: 1x8 mm MG
Fate: Survived war

And that is all folks.

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by Mischa » 28 Jun 2011 06:36

="Engine capo"


Hello Engine capo,

Dobro doshli?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

Regards
Mischa :milwink:

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Re: Yugoslav Partizan navy ships

Post by Engine capo » 28 Jun 2011 22:07

Mischa wrote:
="Engine capo"


Hello Engine capo,

Dobro doshli?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

Regards
Mischa :milwink:


Bolje vas našli!

Thank you Mischa.

Best regards Engine capo :)

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