The Classe Kasatka was a class of Sous-marin of the Russian imperial Marine. 6 submarines belonging to this class transfer the day:
Kasatka : 1904
- Skat : 1904
- Nalim : 1904
- Fieldmarshal Graf Sheremetev : 1904
- Makrel : 1904
- Okun : 1904
Built by the " Baltic Shipbuilding & Works" Engine; of Saint-Pétersbourg, the submarines were drawn by Bubnov. Okrun and Markel were modernized in 1905, one replaced the initial engine by an engine dynamo-diesel of 120 horses in order to supply the principal engine with electric propulsion.
Kasatka was disarmed in 1925, Skat and Nalim was scuttled with Sébastopol in 1919. Makrel and Okun were disarmed and put except service in 1925, Fieldmarshal Graf Sheremetev sank with Pétrograd in 1922.
- I.D. Spassky, V.P. Semyonov & Norman Polmar, Submarines off the Tsarist Navy: With pictorial History , Naval institute Near, the United States, 1998 (ISBN 1-55750-771-6)
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