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Topic review - Calling all Riverine Patrol Boats fans
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  Post subject:  Roumanian Navy  Reply with quote
spejic wrote:
These pictures are fantastic. Thank you for posting.

I am glad that you like the picture!

TRIDENT is one of the largest river tugs. She was designed and built in Roumania. Its construction began before 1990. Unfortunately she was not completed. The company that ordered it got into serious financial difficulties. In 2020, the concept is outdated.

lenght: 49,25 meters
beam: 14,00 meters
draught: 2,30 meters
displacement: 823 tonns
power plant: 2x 6LDSR-28 (2x 1200 hp)
speed: 10kn
crew: 24

"sea" trials , TRIDENT tug model, scale 1:50
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yAb4R7gYkk


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Post Posted: Sun May 31, 2020 3:18 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Calling all river ships fans  Reply with quote
These pictures are fantastic. Thank you for posting.
Post Posted: Sat Apr 04, 2020 4:04 pm
  Post subject:  Roumanian Navy  Reply with quote
BRUTAR class- 177 OPANEZ

https://www.facebook.com/ForteleNavaleRomane/videos/251209652680641/
Post Posted: Sat Apr 04, 2020 12:09 pm
  Post subject:  Serbian Navy  Reply with quote
Serbian navy monitor SAVA (ex. austro-hungarian BODROG) was restored last year. Despite severe economic difficulties, Serbia has financed the project.
Well done!


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Post Posted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 3:09 pm
  Post subject:  Roumanian Navy  Reply with quote
Tug No.302 in september 2019


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Post Posted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 3:59 pm
  Post subject:  Yugoslav Navy  Reply with quote
NESTIN class minesweeper during a nuclear decontamination exercise; Cold War photo


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Post Posted: Mon Jul 08, 2019 1:31 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Calling all river ships fans  Reply with quote
Romanian river ships during an exercise in June 2019.
It was an excellent opportunity to test the new engines. The old roumanian engines have been replaced this year with south korean Doosan engines.


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Post Posted: Mon Jun 10, 2019 12:06 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Calling all river ships fans  Reply with quote
Over 70 years have passed since the end of ww2 and there are still mines on the Danube!

Short film from november 2018:

https://www.facebook.com/Centrul.Televiziune.Film.MAPN/videos/352444485511326/
Post Posted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 11:15 am
  Post subject:  Re: Calling all river ships fans  Reply with quote
:big_grin:

Excellent!

And the mines in the earlier posts are frightening.
Post Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:29 am
  Post subject:  Re: Calling all river ships fans  Reply with quote
Roumanian ships on Danube river (september 2015)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iM5j7cQVfrA
Post Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 4:26 am
  Post subject:  Re: Calling all river ships fans  Reply with quote
Steamer BORCEA (build 1914) on the Danube river:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbRWY6ogAts
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSqiewO-UgU

The engine:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AE0sHZuZ6VI
Post Posted: Wed Oct 31, 2018 8:18 am
  Post subject:  WW II mines on the Danube river  Reply with quote
Three WW II river mines brought to the surface due to the increase flow of the Danube river (april 2018)


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Post Posted: Sat Apr 07, 2018 9:54 am
  Post subject:  Soviet Navy  Reply with quote
Soviet gunboat BKA-31 was discovered near Stalingrad (now Volgograd). She has T 34/76 tank turret.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJgnEL4e6BU
Post Posted: Sun Dec 03, 2017 4:27 am
  Post subject:  Roumanian Navy  Reply with quote
"300" class ship
The ships were built between 1970-1973: ARDEALUL, MUNTENIA, MOLDOVA, BANAT, MEHEDINTI, VRANCEA, ISTRIA.

Displacement: 406 tonnes/maximum 472 tonnes /normal 435 tonnes
Lenght:61,50 m
Beam:11,30 m
Draught:1,70m (maximum)
Speed: 18 kn
Power plant: two Mercedes Benz Maybach 820dbm (820 hp)
1200 pasengers (Bureau Veritas)
designer: roumanian freelancer engineer Sergiu Filipescu
Bldr: Oltenita Shipyard


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Post Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:31 pm
  Post subject:  Roumanian Navy  Reply with quote
On September 10 1989, at 08:10 AM the roumanian passenger ship MOGOSOAIA left Galati harbor in a routine voyage to the Grindu island. On board there were 223 passengers and 10 crew. The weather was foggy.
At 08:20 MOGOSOAIA was ramed by a bulgarian convoy. The convoy consited in six barges (SB-4, SA-13, SA-34, SB-15, SA-40 and SB-24) and the tug PETAR KARAMICEV, with a total length of 191 meters and a width of 37.50 m.The barges transported 9,800 tonnes of iron ore, moving upstream to the Russe harbor. The blow was violent and devastating. The impact occurred at a distance of 36.85 m from the red buoy limiting the right end of the navigable channel and caused the upward pushing with 51.44 m of the roumanian ship, while the entire bulgarian convoy was pushed back with about 25,00 meters.
MOGOSOAIA received a perpendicular blow, leaned abruptly, then came back to the float, then leaned forward, overturned and sank in a creepy noise of broken and twisted beasts on a background of screaming panic, despair and horror. Subsequently, the divers spotted the ship at the bottom of the Danube, placed on keel, 200 meters downstream from the collision and 198 meters from the left bank at a depth of 22 meters. The Bulgarian tug actually traversed the roumanian passenger ship, trapped it and put it under water.
There were 207 dead.

Passenger ship MOGOSOAIA:
displacement 225 tonnes
bldr. Oltenita shipyard
year 1975


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Post Posted: Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:15 pm
  Post subject:  Roumanian Navy  Reply with quote
Roumanian river gunboat OPANEZ on Black Sea:

https://www.facebook.com/1707980156154697/videos/1956508214635222/
Post Posted: Tue Aug 22, 2017 2:10 pm
  Post subject:  Russian Imperial Navy  Reply with quote
In the autumn of 1916, russian navy transfered to the Danube the submarine No.3 in order to atack austro-hungarian monitors.The submarine was abandoned by his crew in march 1918; the ship was taken over by austro hungarian navy.

Russian submarine No.3 (27-B class):
lenght: 20,50 m
beam: 2,30 m
draught: 1,80 m
displacement (surface/submerged): 33/44 tonnes
armament: two torpedoes cal.450 mm
speed (surface/submerged): 6/8 kn
powerplant: one diesel engine/one electric engine (60/30 hp)
bldr.:Nevski Shipyard Sankt Petersburg 1912
1912-1915 submarine No.3 was based in Kronstadt
1915 transfered in Black Sea for Odessa harbor defence
1916 relocate on the Danube
march 1918 captured by austro hungarian navy (renamed UB-3)
march-october 1918 in repairs (Tr. Severin Shipyard)
october 1918 transported to Budapest (renamed UB-63)
scrapped in the '30 in Budapest


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Post Posted: Sat Jul 29, 2017 12:46 pm
  Post subject:  Exercise Saber Guardian 17  Reply with quote
"Exercise Saber Guardian 17 is a U.S. European Command, U.S. Army Europe-led annual exercise taking place in Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria in the summer of 2017. This exercise involves more than 25,000 service members from over 20 ally and partner nations. The largest of the Black Sea Region exercises, Saber Guardian 17 is a premier training event for U.S. Army Europe and participating nations that will build readiness and improve interoperability under a unified command, executing a full range of military missions to support the security and stability of the Black Sea Region. It is deterrence in action.

Some of the more notable aspects of SG17 include: the massing of 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division (3/4ID) from several locations across the Operation Atlantic Resolve area of operation to the exercise joint operations area (JOA) in Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria; and the movement of 2nd Cavalry Regiment (2CR) from Vilseck, Germany, to numerous locations throughout the JOA.

The Black Sea Region exercises for 2017 include numerous U.S., ally, and partner national exercises, with SG17 being the largest. Each is separate and distinct, however many of them contribute to or enable SG17 in various ways. As a whole, these exercises demonstrate the United States and NATO's superior joint and combined capabilities and highlight our collective will to defend against regional aggression.

This exercise is an annual multinational exercise conducted since 2013 that rotates among Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine. The exercise is part of U.S. European Command's Joint Exercise Program designed to enhance joint combined interoperability with allied and partner nations."
source: Army strong, strong Europe


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Post Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 1:31 pm
  Post subject:  Roumanian Navy  Reply with quote
Passenger ship BORCEA

lenght 39,43 m
beam 6,50 m
draught 2,00 m
displacement 216 tonnes
double expansion engine 190 hp
bldr.: Tr. Severin Shipyard, Roumania
year 1914
armament during WWI: one 57mm canon, two machineguns


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Post Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 12:20 pm
  Post subject:  C.E.D. ships  Reply with quote
C.E.D.- Commission Européenne du Danube (Commissions of the Danube River)

The Commissions of the Danube River were authorized by the Treaty of Paris (1856) after the close of the Crimean War. One of these international commissions, the most successful, was the European Commission of the Danube, or, in French, Commission Européenne du Danube, the CED, which had authority over the three mouths of the river — the Chilia in the north, the Sulina in the middle, and the St. George in the south and which was originally designed to last for only two years. Instead, it lasted eighty-two years. A separate commission, the International Danube Commission, or IDC, was authorized to control commerce and improvements upriver beyond the Danube Delta and was supposed to be permanent, but it was not formally organized until after 1918.

The C.E.D. yacht "Carolus Primus"

lenght: 45,16 m
beam: 7,16 m
draught: 3,00 m
displacement: 367 tonnes
power plant: one triple expansion steam engine: 300 HP (consumption 350kg of coal/hour)
speed: 10 kn
year: 1903
bldr. Glasgow
steel hull, wooden deck, sails

1903-1948 Carolus Primus
1948-1971 Neptun


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