The first series of 'classical' Havock-class design ships. Originally classified as torpedo boats («minonosets») and were reclassified to destroyers («eskadrennyi minonosets») in 1907. Pacific destroyers were built in Saint Petersburg, transferred in parts by railway to Port Arthur, where completed, later they participated in the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905; those that had escaped from Port Arthur, later served in Siberian Flotilla. Baltic destroyers participated in the World War I, Russian Civil War (1917-1923) and Finnish Civil War (1918) as minesweepers and avisos. Black Sea destroyers also participated in the World War I and Russian Civil War.
Sokol ("", 1895, Glasgow, BF) - Renamed Prytkiy ("")1902, reclassified to minesweeper 1915, transferred to Volga River and Caspian Sea 1918, BU 1922