Boris Chilikin-class fleet oiler

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Large ocean tanker "Dnestr" in 1993.JPEG
Class overview
Name: Boris Chilikin-class fleet oiler
Builders: Baltic Zavod, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Operators:
Planned: 6
Completed: 6
Active: 5
Retired: 1
General characteristics
Class and type: Boris Chilikin
Type: fleet oiler
Tonnage: 8,700 tons light; 22,460 tons full load
Displacement: 22,460 tons
Length: 162.5 m
Beam: 21.41 m
Draught: 9.04 m
Draft: 9.04-9.3 m ; 29.7 ft [1]
Propulsion: 1 Sulzer diesel, 1 shaft, 9,600 bhp
Speed: 16 knots (30 km/h)
Range: 10,000 nmi (19,000 km) at 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph)or 10,000 mi at 16 kt [1]
Endurance: 90 days [1]
Capacity: 13,440 tons [1]
Complement: 75-93 [1]
Armament: 2 × 2 57 mm AK-725 and SU MR-103 "Bars" [1]

The Boris Chilikin class is a class of fleet replenishment oilers used by the Russian Navy and briefly by the Ukrainian Navy.

List of Ships[edit]

Fleet oiler Ivan Bubnov underway

Active

Former

  • Boris Chilikin №611 (1970) - formerly assigned to Pacific Fleet and transferred to Ukrainian Navy in 1997 as Makeevka and used as commercial bulk carrier since 2001

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