Bryza class, Russian designation Project 722, is a class of passenger boats and
training boats were built in Poland for the Soviet Navy. Passenger boats of Project
722 are designed to delivery of personnel and cargo.
The steel hull was
built from six blocks consisting of flat and spatial sections. The engine room
is located in the central part of the ship under the main deck between frames
23 and 31. The ventilation shaft passes through the deck, bridge and ends with
Passenger boat MK-537 commissioned on 1965 and was assigned
to the Black Sea Fleet Fleet.
31.07.1992 the boat was renamed to PSK-537.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
nmi (10,9 knots)|
|Propulsion:||2x150 hp Wola
DM150 diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 2x12,5 kW 85/11 diesel-generators|
Donets-2 navigation radar|
(28 students - Project 722U)|