Category:Yakut (ship, 1920)

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Ship[edit]

  • Built at: Great Lakes Engineering Works, River Rouge g.Ekors (pcs Michigan )
  • Yard number: 237
  • Displacement: 6810 tons
  • Length waterline: 77.37 m
  • Width: 13.3 m
  • Freeboard: 8.9 m
  • Draught loaded / unloaded. 7 / 4, 2 m
  • Deadweight: 4490 tons (4200 t American sources)
  • Gross tonnage: 3100 tons
  • Registered tonnage: 2693 GW / m
  • Two holds (4 hatch), the total amount of 4314 cubic meters
  • Engine type: 1 vertical three-cylinder steam engine Triple expansion, 1919 issue
  • Capacity: 1500 l / s
  • Maximum speed: 70 min.
  • Boilers: 2 cylinder with a diameter of 4.41 m, 3.35 m long, heated surface 220 sq.m
  • Operating pressure: 12 atm initially, 11 admitted.
  • Firing: 3, superheater, no dome.
  • Speed: original - 8 knots., Actual - 6 knots.
  • Cruising Range: 3,200 miles
  • Coal reserves: 620 tons normal, maximum 975 m

History[edit]

  • 1920 Named: LAKE ELMSFORD Flag: United States
  • 1929 Sold to ABC Bogdanov Renamed: YAKUT Flag: Russia

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