Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Trial trip of the Russian torpedo boat destroyer Sokol
- The Engineer
- vol. 80, 30 August 1895, p. 209
The torpedo boat destroyer Sokol (length 190 feet, beam 18 feet 6 inches, draught 7 feet 6 inches; displacement 220 tons; trial speed 30.28 knots, maximum speed 32.00 knots), fitted with twin 4,000 indicated horsepower (total) 18 inch by 26 inch by thirty-nine and a half inch triple-expansion marine engines, operating at 426 revolutions per minute, with steam supplied at 165 pounds per square inch by eight Yarrow patent water-tube boilers, built by Messrs. Yarrow and company, Poplar, for the Russian Government, was launched at Poplar on the 22nd of August 1895.