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|Builders:||Mark Krauss Shipyards, Stasnov|
|Operators:||Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy|
|Class and type:||Light Cruiser|
|Length:||190.95 metres (626 ft)|
|Beam:||19.5 m (63.97 ft)|
|Draught:||6.09 m (20 ft)|
|Propulsion:||4 shaft COGAG, 4 geared steam turbines|
|Range:||4.000 nmi (7,408 km; 4,603 mi) at 18 kn (26 km/h; 16 mph)|
|Sensors and |
|Arktur underwater acoustic communication system|
|Aircraft carried:||2 × Vasin Va-4|
|Aviation facilities:||1 Heinkel K-12 catapult|
The Otvaga-class cruisers were a class of light cruisers built for and operated by the Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy in the interwar era and during the Second Great War. They were the last cruiser class completed before the start of the conflict, with five being completed before the beginning of hostilities. Three of the class served in the Western and Northern Fleets, while the two remaining ones served in the Far Easten fleet. All of the ships saw heavy combat even before the start of the war, with their baptism of fire taking place during the Zentrum Affair. One ship was lost, while the rest went on to serve until the mid-60s in trainning and auxiliary roles.