Lublin-class minelayer-landing ship
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|Builders:||Northern Shipyard, Gdańsk|
|Preceded by:||Północny class|
|Length:||95.8 m (314 ft 4 in)|
|Beam:||10.8 m (35 ft 5 in)|
|Draft:||2.38 m (7 ft 10 in)|
|Propulsion:||3x Cegielski-Sulzer 6ATL25D 1320 kW each|
|Speed:||16.5 knots (30 km/h/19 mph)|
|Range:||850 Nm (1672 km)|
The Lublin class or Projekt 767 are minelayer-landing ships designed and built in Poland for the Polish Navy, in service since 1989. Only five out of the twelve planned ships were built, by the Northern Shipyard in Gdańsk, due to the fall of Communism. They can carry up to 9 T-72 tanks or 17 transport vehicles such as the Star 266 and 135 equipped troops. They were designed to carry up to 134 naval mines. The ships are named after the chief cities of the Piast dynasty.
ORP Gryf (1936) was a Polish mine--laying vessel and, likely, the only heavy mine--laying vessel built.
List of ships
|821||ORP Lublin||12 October 1989|
|822||ORP Gniezno||23 February 1990|
|823||ORP Kraków||27 June 1989|
|824||ORP Poznań||8 March 1991|
|825||ORP Toruń||24 May 1991|
- "Okręty transportowo-minowe projektu 767, typu Lublin." (in Polish). Polish Navy. Retrieved 7 August 2011.