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206MR project large missile boat. forum.astrakhan.ru

Karachay-Cherkessia is a 206MR project large hydrofoil missile boat (the Matka class is the NATO reporting name), designed to small-sized surface ships combating in the near-shore area.


Caspian Flotilla


Hydrofoil missile boat Karachay-Cherkessia (serial number 243) is laid down at Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, Pontonny. Commissioned in 1978. Before July 2004 named as R-50.


Speed: 43 knots
Range: 2000 nautical miles (12 knots), 1100 nautical miles (35 knots)
Autonomy: 5 days
Crew: 29 (5 officers)


Displacement: standard 233 tonnes, full load - 257 tonnes
Length: 39,5 meters
Beam: 7,6 meters
Draft: 2 meters


3x5000 hp, diesels M-520, 1 diesel generator x200 kW, 1 diesel generator x200 kW


2x1 launchers KT-97M anti-ship missile complex Terrmit (2 anti-ship missiles P-15M)
1x4 launcher MTU-4 SAM system Strela-3M
1x1 76 mm AK-176M 300 rounds Fire control system MR-123 Vympel-A
1x6 30 mm AK-630M 1000 rounds