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Whiskey Class - Project 613

Material Steel, pressure hull thickness 25-30 mm.
Max diving depth secret but said to be around 500 feet
Length 75.2 meters / 248 feet
Beam 6.3 meters
Draft 3 meters in fore, 4.8 in aft.
Displacement
  • 1050 tons surfaced,
  • 1350 tons submerged.
  • Main engine
  • 2 x 37-D diesels,
  • 2000 bHp each.
  • Diesel-electric running.
  • Smaller 150 kW electric engines for creep drive.
  • Cruising speed
  • 18.5 knots (34.3 km/h) surfaced
  • 13 knots (24 km/h) submerged
  • 7 knots (13 km/h) while using the snorkel
  • Bunkers Diesel - 120 000 litres
    range
  • 12-15 000 nautical miles.
  • When sailing, the vessel could be submerged for three days in a row
  • Accomodationscrew of 56 on board. One shift sleeping and one on duty.
    Hull The vessel is divided into seven water tight sections:
    1. Forward torpedo room
    2. living areas/ battery room
    3. aft torpedo room/living quarters
    4. control room
    5. living quarters
    6. galley
    7. engine/battery room
    The mess has about 40 table-seats
    armament 12 × torpedoes or 22 × mines
  • four 530 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes in the bow
  • two 530 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes in the stern.

  • Whiskey I - twin 25 mm guns in conning tower
  • Whiskey II - twin 57mm guns and twin 25mm guns
  • Whiskey III - guns removed
  • Whiskey IV - 25mm guns - fitted with snorkel
  • Whiskey V - no guns - streamlined conning tower and snorkel
  • Electronics
  • Radar complex RLK-101 «Albatros» (from 1958),
  • surface radar «Flag»,
  • reconnaissance radar «Anker» (then «Nakat»), «Fakel-MO-1» IFF (then «Khrom-K»), RPN-47-03 (then ARP-53),
  • sonar «Tamir-5L» (then «Plutoniy»),
  • noise detection sonar «Mars» (then MG-10 «Kola», then «Fenix»),
  • sonar MG-200 «Arktika» (from 1954 on S-154),
  • special sonar MG-15 «Sviyaga» (from 1957),
  • underwater communication system «Yakhta» (from 1959 on S-345, 378)
  • Exports 4 - Albania
    2 - Bulgaria
    5 - China
    7 - Egypt
    14 - Indonesia
    4 - North Korea
    4 - Poland



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