"Щ-111" - a Soviet diesel-electric torpedo submarine from the Second World War , belongs to the series V of the project Щ - "Pike" .
|Flag state||the USSR|
|Port of registry||Vladivostok|
|Withdrawn from the fleet||March 12, 1966|
|Current status||cut into metal|
|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 20, 1932 at the Baltiysky Zavod factory No. 189 in Leningrad , in the same year it was delivered disassembled to the No. 368 factory in Khabarovsk for assembly and completion, launched in July 1933, and then transferred to Amur to Vladivostok . December 7, 1933 received the name "Karas" . On September 11, 1934, the boat became part of the Naval Forces of the Far East under the designation "Щ-33."
- September 15, 1934 received the designation "Sch-111 . "
- During the Second World War, did not participate in hostilities.
- On June 10, 1949 it was renamed to "S-111".
- On August 17, 1953, she was withdrawn from combat duty, disarmed, converted into a floating combat training cabinet for survivability. Renamed to KBP-31.
- March 12, 1955 reorganized into a floating charging station. Renamed to CCD-8.
- March 12, 1966 expelled from the Navy.
- October 1, 1966 disbanded, subsequently divided into metal.
- 1934 - 1935 - ... - D. G. Zhmakin .
- ... - August 1945 - ... - P.I. Golovanov
- February 3, 1950 - December 14, 1950 - G. M. Egorov , later Admiral of the Fleet, Hero of the Soviet Union .
- 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 .