Grigorovich M-16 (alternative designation ShCh M-16, sometimes also Shchetinin M-16) was a successful Russian 1916 biplane flying boat of the Farman type, developed from the M-9 by Dmitri Grigorovich. The M-16 was a version especially intended for winter operations, with better aerodynamic qualities. 40 were built, somewhat larger than the M-9.
Six M-16s fell into Finnish hands during the Russian Civil War. The first Finnish parachute jump was done on June 17, 1922 from a M-16 by a parachuter named E. Erho. The aircraft were flown until 1923.