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Boikiy. Western Military Command

Boikiy is a Project 20380 multipurpose littoral zone ship (corvette).


Baltiysk Naval Base, Baltic Fleet.


The Boiky was laid down in July 2005 and was launched on 15 April 2011.

She was presented to the Baltic Fleet for final inspection by the Navy on 16 March 2012 ahead of her commissioning later in the year.

On 16 November 2012 it was reported that the corvette has already passed the shipyard's sea trials; about 70 certificates were signed then.

In the nearest time, JSC Arsenal will produce a 100-mm gun mount A190-01 for the corvette, and late in Nov or early in Dec the ship will move to Baltiysk acceptance base for the second phase of sea trials.

Then will begin state acceptance trials.

The corvette was handed over to the Russian navy on May 14 2013.


In July the corvette participated in International Maritime Defence Show.


Speed: 30 knots
Fuel range: 3,500 nautical miles at 14 knots
Complement: 99 men


Displacement: 2,200 tons
Length: 103.7 meters
Beam: 13 meters
Draft: 8.6 meters


Two-shaft CODAD powerplant, overall power 17,140 KW


2 quadruple launchers of Uran missile system
SAM system Redut (12 surface-to-air missiles)
2 x 4-tube Paket 330-mm anti-torpedo launchers
100-mm gun mount A-190
Kortik-M air defense missile/gun system
2 x 6-barreled 30-mm gun mounts AK-630M
2 grenade launchers DP-64
Heliport for Ka-27 helicopter