Black Sea Fleet

History

Warships

Photoalbum

Command

Russian version

About site

Feedback

 
Black Sea Fleet Warships Photos in Hi-Res
 
   
 
Black Sea Fleet : Information Resource
 
 
KCHF.RU - Information Resource
 
 
   
 
All Ships
Black Sea Fleet: All Ships

Auxiliary Ships

 

 
 
 
     
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
Replenishment Tanker Iman
 
 
Replenishment Oiler Iman
Project 6404 / Olekma Class
 

A replenishment oiler or replenishment tanker is a naval auxiliary ship with fuel tanks and dry cargo holds which can supply both fuel and dry stores during underway replenishment at sea. As the Soviet Navy began to more regularly operate in large areas of the world's oceans and because of the emergence of the Kiev-class aircraft carriers, demand for large surface supply ships increased. For these purposes, also were used civil tankers who transferred to the Navy. The Olekma class is a two civil fleet replenishment oilers (Olekma and Iman) built in 1960s for the USSR in Finland as part of a large series of civilian tankers of the Drogobych type.

The maximum length of the ship is 105,4 m, the maximum width 14,8 m and draft 6 m. When in standard load, the ship has displacement about 2,040 tons and 6,480 tons while fully loaded. Endurance of the ships is 20 days during which they can travel the distance about 4,000 nm. The oilers of this class are equipped with a device for the transfer of goods in move by the traverse method. This allows carrying out cargo operations during significant sea waves. Capacity -fuel tank for 1,500 t, 500 t of diesel fuel, 150 t of lubricants, 500 t of water, 50 t of food.

Replenishment Oiler Iman laid down at the Rauma-Repola Shipyard, Finland (yard No.155), launched 03 June 1966, commissioned 03 September 1966 and was assigned to the Black Sea Fleet.

Now in service.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard:2040
Full load:6480
Dimensions (m):
Length:105,4
Beam:14,78
Draft:6,09
Speed (knots):14,2
Range:4000 nmi (14 knots)
Autonomy (days):20
Propulsion:1x2900 hp BW-550VTBF-110 diesel, 1 fixed pitch propeller, 2x168 kW diesel-generators , 1x8 kW diesel-generator, 1x60 kW steam-dynamo
Electronics: Donets-2 navigation radar, SFP4/N PLATH radio direction finder
Capacity (tons):4050
Complement:40

 

 
       
Top.Mail.Ru
© KCHF.RU, 2001-2021