SS VOIMA (VJBW / OHBW, LR/IMO) Valmistunut/completed: 1924.3.6, Helsinki, Hietalahden Sulkutelakka- ja Konepaja.
2070 displacement, 4100 HP (stern propeller engine 2800, bow propeller 1300), 64.2 x 14.2 m x 5.9 m. Crew 43. Designed Finn K. A. Johansson.
1915: laid down by Werft Becker & Co shipyard, Reval (Tallinn). Russian Government order. 1918.2.25: STORM, launched. Russian Government. 1918.8.13: Captured by Germans, towed to Danzig, installed four boilers, fore and aft steam engines. Renamed HANSA.
1920.2: John Nurminen G.m.b.H., Danzig. 1920: John Nurminen O/Y, Helsinki. Towed via Mariehamn to Helsinki. Laid up Maskin- och Bro shipyard. 1921: sold to Finnish Government but due to change of the cabinet purchase was rejected. 1923.4: Another bargain with the cabinet succeeded. Owners Board of Navigation. Rebuilding by Hietalahden Sulkutelakka- ja Konepaja. Bow section changed, machinery, accommodation etc rebuilded.
1923.12.15: VOIMA, renamed. 1924.3.6: completed.
1944.12.17: war reparations to Sovjets. Arrived at Leningrad. Sovjets made damages, repaired by Wärtsilä-Yhtymä, Hietalahden telakka. 1945.2.24: MALYGIN, Glavsevmorput, Leningrad. The second surrender was successful without more Sovjet damages.
1957: demolished Leningrad