Parchim Class / Project 1331M LOA 236′ TDISP 950 tons (28 built, about 14 still active, mostly in Indonesia) Built in the Former German Democratic Republic (East Germany) for the Soviet Navy. Many were sold to the Indonesian Navy in 1992 and serve as the “Kapitan Patimura” class, and have been upgraded.
Grisha Class / Project 1124 Albatros, several subclasses LOA 235′ TDISP 1,000 tons
Grisha II class / Project 1124P, originally designed for Soviet KGB border forces. Distinguishable by the additional 57mm turret in the bows.
Grisha III class / Project 1124M
Grisha V class / Project 1124 ME / MU
Ternopil U-209 Ukrainian Navy (2006-2014, seized by Russia at Sevastopol)
Nanuchka Class / Project 1234 Ovod, Nanuchka III variant LOA 195′ TDISP 660 tons (15 active, 5 lost, 27 retired)
Tarantul Class / Project 1241 LOA 184′ TDISP 540 tons (ca. 25 in service many retired, many sold to export)
Matka Class / Project 206MR Missile Boat LOA 127′ TDISP 250 tons. Hydrofoil missile boat based on technology of Turya class torpedo boats, but with two conspicuous SS-N-2 missile tubes near the stern. (12, 1 active with Ukrainian Navy, 1 lost in combat – Georgian Navy – 1 preserved)
Pryluky U-153 (originally Russian Navy P-262) (1980) transferred to Ukrainian Navy on the partition of the Black Sea fleet.
P-50 (706) (1978-2014) Museum boat in Engels, Russia, since 2015
Osa Class / Project 205 MoskitMissile boat (several variants) 127′ TDISP ca. 200 tons (1960 – present) still in service with former USSR navies and in North Korea. Original Osa class have large bin shaped missile tubes for their complement of STYX anti-ship missiles, while Osa II class (such as those in service with Vietnamese Navy) have more cylindrical designs.
Dergach/Bora Class / Project 1239 Hoverborne Missile Corvette (1997 – present) LOA 215′ TDISP 1,050 tons (2 active with Black Sea Fleet) large catamaran design.
Bora 615 (1997) and Samum 616 (2000)
Komar Class / Project 183R LOA 83′ TDISP 66 tons first missile boat in World.
Turya Class/ Project 206M Hydrofoil Torpedo Boat. LOA 130′ TDISP 250 tons. About 50 built, Possibly 3 still in service with the Caspian Sea Flotilla, a pair may be in Latvian Navy service, about 10 produced in a simplified export version, the Project 206 ME. Five of these still in service with Vietnamese Navy. Distinctive features are the hydroplanes on either side of the bridge, the angled torpedo tubes, and the (large for the size) twin 57mm gun turret near the stern.
Shershen class / Project 206 Shtorm Torpedo boats LOA 112′ TDISP 170 tons
P-4 / Project 123bis LOA 63′ TDISP 21 tons (late 1940s until late 1970s, served longer as exports)
Zhelezniakov SB-37 class Monitor (1936-1958) museum ship since 1967) LOA 168′ TDISP 260 tons only wartime survivor of 6 ships.
Project 1124 small monitor /gunboat LOA 83′ TDISP 50 tons.
Project 1125 BK class small monitor/gunboat LOA 74′ TDISP 336 tons. Distinctive feature from larger project 1124 monitors is the single large turret in the bow (no second turret at stern) which is can be either a 76mm or 85mm turret from a T-34 tank.
Submarine Chasers and Minesweepers (this may be broken out to its own page)
T-43 Class / Project 254 Minesweeper LOA 190′ TDISP 570 tons (Many exported – 2 ships to Albania) AND Kronshtadt Class / Project 122bis submarine chaser LOA 171′ TDISP ca. 300 tons many exported (4 to Albania)
Fugas class/Tral type Minesweeper (Project 53) LOA 202′ TDISP 650. (up to 44 built, many lost in Second World War) Two Soviet Fugas class Tral-type minesweepers, active since 1938, were transferred to North Korea in 1953. One unit may still be active even today.