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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2016 12:04 pm 
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I mean all river ships fans.

I posted about the Danube river ships because I know better. I am not an expert in Volga or Amur river vessels.
Anyone can post here related to any river ship.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 5:01 am 
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The first roumanian icebreaker: MANTUIREA (1903)

Length 36,60 meters
Beam 8,40 m
Speed 11,30 kn
Displacement 366 tonnes
Builder Howaldtwerft


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2016 9:23 am 
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Four tugs were built in UK for service on the Euphrates river. They never arrived in Mesopotamia. The tugs were bought in 1912 by a roumanian armator from Braila town.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2016 11:42 am 
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The Austro-Hungarian Danube Navy had several small ships used for reconnaissance.


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File comment: The austro-hungarian "patrouillenboot" A (1895-1912)
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File comment: The austro-hungarian "patrouillenboot" B (1906-1915)
displacement 36,5 tonnes, lenght 28m, beam 4,4m, draft 0,7m, speed 14 kn, petrol engine; armament- two machineguns

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File comment: The austro-hungarian "patrouillenboot" C and D (1907-1915)
displacement 39 tonnes, lenght 30m, beam 4,3m, draft 0,7m, armament two machinegun

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 5:34 am 
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In 1872 austro-hungarian navy launched two river monitors: S.M.S. LEITHA and S.M.S. MAROS.

Displacement: 310 tonnes
Length: 49,98 m
Beam: 8,12 m
Draught: 1,07m
Speed: 8,3 kn
Armament:
1872: 2x Wahrendorf cal. 150 mm in one turret and two Nordenfelt machineguns
1897: 1x 120/L35 mm, 2x47mm, one C93 machinegun
1915 (S.M.S. LEITHA) : 1x 120/L35 mm, 1x70/45 mm, 1x70/18 mm, three machineguns
1915 (S.M.S. MAROS) : 1x 120/L35 mm, 3x70/45 mm, 1x70/18 mm


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File comment: Museum ship LEITHA in Budapest
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File comment: S.M.S. MAROS and S.M.S.LEITHA
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2016 5:47 pm 
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I bought a set of 1/72 plans for the Austro-Hungarian River Monitor 'Temes' in Vienna. I plan to scratch one in that scale or maybe 1/48 in 2017


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 28, 2016 12:45 pm 
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In 1904 austro-hungarian navy launched two river monitors: S.M.S. TEMES and S.M.S. BODROG.

Displacement: 486 tonnes
Length: 58,6 m
Beam: 9,56 m
Draught: 1,22 m
Speed: 13 kn
Armament:
S.M.S. TEMES: 2x120/35 mm, 2x37mm, 1x120/10mm (mortar), one machinegun;
from 1917: 2x120/35 mm, 2x90mm,
S.M.S. BODROG: 2x120/35 mm, 2x37mm, 1x120/10mm (mortar), 1x70/L18mm


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File comment: Serbian harbor Novi Sad in 2007; S.M.S. BODROG is still afloat
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File comment: S.M.S.TEMES before WWI
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File comment: S.M.S.TEMES hit a serbian mine and she sank on 23 october 1914
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File comment: S.M.S.TEMES in 1917
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:20 am 
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Chris Meddings wrote:
I bought a set of 1/72 plans for the Austro-Hungarian River Monitor 'Temes' in Vienna. I plan to scratch one in that scale or maybe 1/48 in 2017


Hello, Chris,

Do you want to built S.M.S. TEMES 1904 or S.M.S. TEMES 1917?

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:26 pm 
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MUGUR wrote:

Hello, Chris,

Do you want to built S.M.S. TEMES 1904 or S.M.S. TEMES 1917?

Best regards!



Honestly I don't mind too much, but as I usually like to depict an historical event, probably 1914 for the bombardment of Sarajevo


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2016 2:27 pm 
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The 1917 S.M.S.TEMES was 1,90 meters longer than 1904 S.M.S.TEMES.
After WWI S.M.S.TEMES was transferred to the roumanian navy. She was renamed ARDEAL.
In 1941 ARDEAL was rebuilt. The two old Skoda 120/35 mm cannons were replaced by three Skoda 120/50 mm; anti-aircraft guns were added.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2016 4:34 pm 
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I've checked, the plans I have are 1904


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 1:32 pm 
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I look forward for your model!


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 7:23 pm 
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great photo!


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 Post subject: Roumanian Navy monitors
PostPosted: Wed Nov 09, 2016 12:50 pm 
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In 1906 roumanian navy ordered four monitors to the Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino Shipyard.(Technical Establishment of Trieste).
The ships were sent by rail and assembled at the roumaninan shipyard Fernic. The monitors were commissioned:

ION C. BRATIANU - 1907
LASCAR CATARGIU - 1907
ALEXANDRU LAHOVARI - 1908
MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU - 1908

Displacement: 680 tonnes
Length: 58,6 m
Beam: 10,3 m
Draught: 1,60 m
Speed: 13 kn
Armament: 3x120/L35, 2x120/10 (mortar), 4x47mm, 2 machineguns


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 3:12 pm 
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In 1892 austro-hungarian navy launched two river monitors: S.M.S. SZAMOS and S.M.S. KOROS.

Displacement: 448 tonnes
Length: 54 m
Beam: 9 m
Draught: 1,2 m
Speed: 10 kn
Armament:
2x120/35 mm, 2x70mm, two machineguns


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 Post subject: Roumanian Navy gunboats
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Roumanian navy gunboat FULGERUL (1873)

Displacement: 90 tonnes
Length: 25 m
Beam: 4,80 m
Draught: 1,30 m
Speed: 7 kn
Armament: one 90mm Krupp; from 1888: one 57mm Nordenfelt and two 11,43 Nordenfelt machinegun
Bldr. Forges et chantiers de la Méditerranée


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File comment: Gunboat FULGERUL after 1888
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 Post subject: Roumanian Navy gunboats
PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2016 3:21 pm 
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Gunboat ROMANIA was the first steamship of the Roumanian Navy.
The launch ceremony took place in Giurgiu harbor on the 2nd of august 1862 (in fact she was built in 1857 as a tug). ROMANIA was armed with two 37mm Hotchkiss revolving cannon and two Nordenfeld 11,43 mm machineguns. She survived WWI.

Displacement: 130 tones
Length: 35 m
Beam: 6 m
Draught: 0.6 m
Speed: 8 knots
Bldr.: Klosterneuburg Shipyard (Austria)


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 Post subject: Bulgarian Navy steamers
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ALEXANDER I (Александър I) was built as a cargo-passenger paddle steamer, which in peacetime should serve as a yacht, while during war can be converted into transport or minelayer.

Displacement: 350 tonnes
Length: 61 m
Width: 13 m
Speed: 7 kn
Bldr.: Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée (1883)
Armament: two small caliber guns

During the Serbo-bulgarian war (1885) she was used as transport. On july 7 1913 the ship was sunk by the crew at the mouth of the river Lom, not to fall into roumanian hands. At the end of 1913 she is recovered and repaired.
At the end of 1914 Alexander I was scrapped because of poor conditions of the machine.

The tug VZRIV (Взрив) was bought by the russian navy in april 1877. She was used during the war against Ottoman Empire (1877-1878). In 1879 VZRIV was sold to Bulgaria.
Displacement: 250 tonnes
Length: 33 m
Beam: 6 m
Draft: 1.2 m
Speed: 8,10 kn
1883 - modernisation
1887 - renamed ASEN (“Асен”)
1891 - scrapped


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 Post subject: Roumanian Navy gunboats
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BISTRITA class gunboat (1888)
There were three vessels: BISTRITA, OLTUL and SIRETUL. They survived WWI.
Armament: one 57mm Nordenfelt, one 37mm Hotchkiss revolving cannon.


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 Post subject: Roumanian Navy gunboats
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STEFAN CEL MARE (1867) gunboat and royal yacht

Length: 58 m
Beam: 9,8 m
Draft: 1.1 m
Speed: 8 kn
Bldr.: Mayer of Linz
She was sunk in a collision with the austro-hungaryan steamer D.D.S.G. SZECHENY on march 15, 1867. The accident was judged by a neutral commission and the roumanian captain was found guilty, as his maneuver had been incorrect. The refloating was through the help of D.D.S.G.
STEFAN CEL MARE was taken to Turnu Severin (my home town) for minor repairs and then to Budapest to refit.In august 1868 she was back in service.
Together with gunboats ROMANIA and FULGERUL, STEFAN CEL MARE practiced artillery fire Black Sea.
In 1893 STEFAN CEL MARE was decommissioned due to high consumption of coal and poor maneuverability.
D.D.S.G. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donaudampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft


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