List of Imperial Russian Navy Destroyers - Main List - Leitenant Shestakov Class (635 Tons), 4 Ships

Leitenant Shestakov Class (635 Tons), 4 Ships

During their construction they were classified as 'torpedo cruisers'. They actively participated in World War I and in the Russian Civil War in the Black Sea. Distinguishing features of this series were the 120-mm guns.

  • Leitenant Shestakov ("Лейтенант Шестаков", 1907, BSF) - scuttled in Tsemes Bay to avoid capture on 18 June 1918
  • Kapitan Saken ("Капитан Сакен"), ex-Leitenant Pushchin ("Лейтенант Пущин") (1907, BSF) - captured by Germany in 1918 (renamed R 04), then captured by France (R 2), delivered to the White Army in 1919 and renamed the Kapitan Saken ("Капитан Сакен"), interned by France in Bizerte in 1920, returned to Soviet Russia and BU after 1924
  • Kapitan-leitenant Baranov ("Капитан-лейтенант Баранов", 1907, BSF) - scuttled in Tsemes Bay to avoid capture on 18 June 1918
  • Leitenant Zatsarionnyi ("Лейтенант Зацарённый", 1907, BSF) - struck a mine in 1917 (37 men lost)

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