||It was prohibited for officers
to wear fur coats except on the greatcoat.
||A dark green uniform with
a white stand-up collar, folded flaps and white edging for admirals
and officers. The uniform had six buttons. The sleeveless jacket
and trousers were made of white cloth. The ship personnel had
two anchors embroidered in gold thread on the sleeve flaps and
in silver for the rowing fleet.
||A dark green uniform with
a stand-up collar, slashed cuffs with flaps, white trousers and
short boots for seamen and petty officers of naval battalions.
Shoulder straps on both shoulders specific to each battalion worn
on uniform jacket and greatcoat. Greatcoat was of grey cloth.
Petty officers and store keepers were to have a round hat of soft
wool with a bent down brim decorated with a black ribbon with
an orange hem and a button. They were also to have a dark-green
uniform with a stand-up collar, slashed cuffs and flaps of dark
green cloth trimmed with gold lace, dark-green trousers, a white
sweater, buttons covered with cloth, a grey greatcoat with a white
collar and shoulder straps of the proper division color, and boots.
Seamen were given the same uniform but without the lace trim.
||A uniform with embroidered
collar and sleeves for admirals and officers. All personnel were
given sleeveless jackets and trousers of white cloth, black silk
neckties, hats with tabs, dark-green lapel frock coats with slashed
cuffs and straight or oblique skirts. Grey greatcoats with a collar
of the same color as the uniform and dark-green working trousers
were introduced for all personnel.
||A naval uniform with a black
collar and black cuffs was established for naval ordnance petty
||Epaulets approved for admiralty
personnel, naval artillerymen, generals and admirals, field- and
chief-officers. Retired officers above were prohibited from wearing
||Single-breasted uniform with
nine buttons were given to all Navy personnel, unembroidered uniform
and frock coats remained double-breasted. Generals, field- and
chief-officers having no shakos had to wear cocked hats.
||Buttons with an symbol of
the state and naval were approved for all military personnel of
the Naval Department.
||Oil-cloth covers were introduced
on the cocked hat and shako
||Naval working crews were
to have red edgings on the upper border of the uniform black collars
and to have cuffs and flaps of green cloth
||For pilots, a grey service
cap with a dark-green band and red edgings, a caftan with a belt
of grey cloth with a dark-green collar and a red edging, a tin
breast badge, grey trousers, a black necktie, a grey greatcoat
with a dark green collar and red edging, boots and summer linen
||New accessories with anchors,
crew and brigade numbers were introduced.
||A cockade on shakos was introduced
to be fastened just over the accessories under the crown, so that
the cockade center coincided with the crown middle.
||A uniform for the personnel
serving on ships of the Russian-American Company was approved.
||Pea jackets were introduced
instead of the linen greatcoats for naval privates and petty officers
||Half-caftans were introduced instead of uniforms. One
double-breasted style had eight buttons on each border and a beveled
collar fastened with one hook. Another style is also double-breasted
and had six buttons on each border and a rounded collar fastened
with a hook. Dark-green knickers instead of trousers were also
introduced. A double-breasted cloak of dark-green cloth was approved
for Navy Department officers. In winter, the cloak could be worn
with a fur collar. Changes in Navy Department regiment included
- the shako remained the same with an addition of a tin cockade
with one white, two orange and two black stripes; double-breasted
half-caftans having six to eight buttons; cloth and summer (linen)
trousers; cloth (winter) long knickers and summer long knickers
of linen; a belt with a flap, a service cap with a peak and chin
||Navy Department officials
were ordered to wear round cockades rather than oblong ones. The
order was made to place eagles with spread wings everywhere on
||Greatcoats were reintroduced
instead of pea jackets for Navy privates. Many-colored oarsmens
shirts were abolished. An officers single-breasted naval
jacket was introduced.
||Uniforms replaced half caftans.
Officers frock coats were introduced.
||Number of crews, companies,
and detachments on shoulder straps and epaulets were abolished.
||A hood of camel cloth was introduced.
||The method of sewing the
officers greatcoat with a turndown collar was introduced.
||A black leather holster was