ORP Fala as a museum ship in Kołobrzeg
|Fate:||Museum ship, Kołobrzeg|
|Class and type:||Project 912 class patrol craft|
|Displacement:||237 long tons (241 t)|
|Length:||41.35 m (135.7 ft)|
|Beam:||6.3 m (21 ft)|
|Draught:||1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Speed:||24 knots (44 km/h; 28 mph)|
ORP Fala is a Polish patrol craft of the Project 912 class (NATO: Obluze Class). She was the first ship of a five-ship series, commissioned in 1965. Of a Polish design, they were built in Gdynia. Fala means 'the wave'.
She initially wore a number: OP-301, then: 321. Initially she served in the Border Brigade of the Polish Navy, then in 1991 she, along with the other four ships, was given to the Polish Border Guard (receiving a new livery).
- Jarosław Ciślak (in Polish): Polska Marynarka Wojenna 1995 (Polish Navy 1995), Warsaw 1995, ISBN 83-86776-08-0
- Robert Rochowicz (in Polish): Historia "912-ek" - patrolowców i ścigaczy (Story of the 912s - patrol and ASW craft), in: Morza, Statki i Okręty nr. 5/2004