Beituo 625-class tug
Beituo 625 class tug is a class of little known naval auxiliary ship currently in service with the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN). The name of this class is after the first unit commissioned, with the exact type still remains unknown, and a total of fourteen of this class have been confirmed in active service as of mid-2010s, making it the most numerous class of tugs in Chinese service. Bietuo 625 class is a design of single deck with three levels of superstructures, with the top level retracted backward from the edge of the bottom two levels.
|Class and type:||Beituo 626|
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Beituo 625 class series ships in PLAN service are designated by a combination of two Chinese characters followed by three-digit number. The second Chinese character is Tuo (拖), meaning tug in Chinese, because these ships are classified as tugboats. The first Chinese character denotes which fleet the ship is service with, with East (Dong, 东) for East Sea Fleet, North (Bei, 北) for North Sea Fleet, and South (Nan, 南) for South Sea Fleet. However, the pennant numbers may have changed due to the change of Chinese naval ships naming convention.
|Beituo 625 class||Bei-Tuo 625||Active||North Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Bei –Tuo 626||Active||North Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Bei –Tuo 629||Active||North Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Bei -Tuo 631||Active||North Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 625 class||Bei-Tuo 718||Active||North Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Dong-Tuo 871||Active||East Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Dong-Tuo 872||Active||East Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Dong-Tuo 873||Active||East Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Dong-Tuo 878||Active||East Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Nan-Tuo 169||Active||South Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Nan-Tuo 170||Active||South Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Nan-Tuo 173||Active||South Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Nan -Tuo 178||Active||South Sea Fleet|
|Beituo 626 class||Nan-Tuo 179||Active||South Sea Fleet|
- "Beituo 625 class tug". Retrieved 5 August 2015.