The self-propelled floating crane of Project 771 was designed for lifting operations,
fitting of chains and anchors of the floating berths, and also for loading on
warships and submarines of various weapons and cargo. Floating cranes of this
project served on the Northern Fleet and the Black Sea Fleet of the USSR and later
- the Russian Federation. In total, 6 harbor self-propelled floating cranes of
this type were built for the Navy.
Self-Propelled Floating Crane PK-23050 was laid
down 12 August 1960 at the Sevmorzavod No.201
named after S.Ordzhonikidze, Sevastopol (yard
No.6), launched 03 March 1961, commissioned 30
1997 transferred to the Ukrainian Naval Forces with rename to Kalanchak (U802).
| Displacement (tons):|
|Speed (knots):|| 4,7|
|Range:|| 267 nmi|
|Propulsion:||2 electric motors,
2 fixed pitch propellers|