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AK-326


A Project 1400M patrol boat. sh8146.narod.ru

AK-326 (hull number 43) is a Project 1400M Grif artillery patrol boat, designed for combating with boats, ground forces support, providing naval patrol service.

REGISTRATION

Caspian Flotilla

CONSTRUCTION, NAME

AK-326 was laid down at shipyard shipyard Soviet Georgia in Batumi. Commissioned in 1990.

PERFORMANCE

Speed: 29 knots
Range: 400 nautical miles (12 knots)
Autonomy: 5 days
Crew: 9 men (1 officer, 2 midshipmen)

DIMENSIONS

Displacement: standard - 35,9 tonnes, full load - 39,7 tonnes
Length: 23,8 meters
Beam: 5,15 meters
Draft: 1 meter

PROPULSION

21000 hp, diesels M-401B

ARMAMENT

12 12.7 mm Uteus-2M