Well into this Pro-viet accounting of the naval antics of that Scarlett Harlot, the Red Redemption, is the counter claim of the boat's scuttling by her own crew [suggested in another source as a blocking action against the Royal Navy] in the Dvina River on 01 August 1918: http://www.soviet-empire.com/ussr/viewt ... 49&t=53513
Once source indicates the new name was registered in 1928 (Soviet vessel), while others note red stars appear on the funnels as early as 1921/22. The Krasin/Krassin name is associated with the Nobile party (Red Tent) rescue in 1928, so the Svyatogor/Sviatogor name is definitely gone by then. [Currently applied to a cargo vessel from 1970 which is docked right now in the Black Sea.]
All that's left to find is who or what was "M B", and did they leave a behind one-armed sailor to flood the ship and grab a souvenir on the way out the door...surely a two armed guy would have snagged the creamer to boot.