The Sch-106 is a Soviet diesel-electric torpedo submarine from the Second World War , and belongs to the V-series of the Sch - “Pike” project .
|Flag state||the USSR|
|Port of registry||Vladivostok|
|Withdrawn from the fleet||December 27, 1956|
|Current status||unknown, possibly in operation as UTS-42|
|Type of ship||Average DPS|
|Project designation||Pike Series V|
|Speed (surface)||12 knots|
|Speed (underwater)||8 knots|
|Working depth||75 m|
|Immersion depth||90 m|
|Autonomy of swimming||20 days|
|Surface displacement||592 t|
|Underwater displacement||715 t|
|The length is the greatest|
(on design basis)
|The width of the body naib.||6.2 m|
(on design basis)
|Artillery||2 45-mm 21-K guns, 1000 rounds|
|Nasal TA: 4x533 mm,|
feed TA: 2x533 mm
Ammunition (torpedoes): 10
|Air defense||2 machine guns|
The boat was laid down on March 27, 1932 at the Severnaya Verf shipyard No. 190 in Leningrad , in the same year it was delivered disassembled to the Dalzavod factory No. 202 in Vladivostok for assembly and completion, and launched in May 1933 . On November 6, 1933, the boat became part of the Naval Forces of the Far East under the designation Щ-22.
- December 7, 1933 received the name "Sudak" .
- September 15, 1934 received the designation "Sch-106 . "
- During the Second World War, did not participate in hostilities.
- C November 5, 1945 was used for educational purposes.
- On June 10, 1949 it was renamed "S-106."
- December 27, 1956 expelled from the fleet, later converted into a training station for the struggle for survivability, received the designation "UTS-42" , was installed in Krasheninnikov Bay in Kamchatka.
The description of the fate of the boat in different sources is different. According to some sources, in the 1970s the boat was excluded from the list of ships and cut into metal  . According to other sources, in 1997 the boat was still listed in the lists of ships and was used as a TCB  , preserved there to this day  .
- 1933 - ... - A. M. Stetsenko
- ... - 1935 - ... - F. S. Maglich
- August 1938 - November 1939 - I.I. Garkush
- ... - August 1945 - ... - K. I. Nazarevsky
Footnotes and Sources
- Morozov M. E. , Kulagin K. L. "Pike." Legends of the Soviet submarine fleet. - M .: Yauza , Eksmo , 2008 .-- 176 p. - (Arsenal collection). - ISBN 978-5-699-25285-5 .