Navies and their vessels
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Shows the Navy of the Indep. State of Croatia RMNDH in WW2 ansd of the Republic Croatia HRM after 1991.For other times see Yugoslavia.
Independent State Croatia
Bosna (ex-Morava, ex-Körös) 1909;1892 // 1941-sunk 6/1944
Sava (ex-Bodrog) 1904;11/1904 // 1941-sunk 9/9/1944
KS MTB, Patrol boats
KS12-KS15 German KS type small MTBs, transferred 9/9/1944.
Aux patrol boats
G102 (ex-NA02, ex-Jadera), 12/1944- G202 (1928, 220, 8/1944 - 25/4/1945); G104 (ex-Salvore) (1911, 167, 8/1944 - 5/1945)
Pasman Minensucher/-leger Malinska/Albona class
Pasman (ex-Mosor) 1909;1931 // 12/1943-wrecked 5/1/1944. Ex-Yugoslavian minelayer Mosor (build by Italy), captured by Italians 22/4/1941 and renamed Pasman. Later she was captured by Germans, officially transferred to Croatia 31/12/1943 and wrecked while towed to outfitting. Pasman was never fully commissioned by German or Croatian navies.
Similar type Netztender 56 (1/600)
Aux river mine sweeper
Petar Zrinjski (1855, 200 t, 7/1944 - 7/10/1944), Zagreb (1897, 170, 8/1944 - 23/10/1944)
Shershen class Type 206
MTB VUKOVAR ex jug. "Partizan II", SU build (Shtorm class), …. Ca 12 boats 1991-1993, ? ex jug. "Strjelko"; †10.94
Missile boat Sibenik RTOP-21 ex JRM Vlado Ćetković (RTOP-21) captured by Croatian forces in Šibenik during the Battle of the Barracks
Missile boat Vukovar (RTOP-41) ex Finnish Oulu, Dubrovnik (RTOP-42) ex Kotka, acquired 2008 Helsinki class
Missile boat Kralj Petar Krešimir IV (RTOP-11) 1992 under build for Yugosl. Finished for Croatia, Kralj Dmitar Zvonimir (RTOP-12) 2001
Hrvatska Kostajnica (OB-04)
captured from Yugoslavia
Training ship Andrija Mohorovičić (BŠ-72)
Rescue ship Faust Vrančić (BS-73)
Mine Hunter Korcula
Silba class, Type 11, Type 22, Aux 713
Minehunter ? ex jug. "Vukov Klanac", ex "Hrabri" (frz) 1991
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