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Project 12341 ship. atrinaflot.narod.ru

Iney is a Project 12341 small-size missile ship.


Pacific Fleet, Sovetskaya Gavan


The ship was laid down on July 6, 1983 at Vladivostok Shipyard under the name of Liven; launched on October 5, 1986; commissioned on December 25, 1987; joined Pacific Fleet on February 19, 1988; obtained the name of 20th Syezd VLKSM on April 14, 1987; renamed into Iney on February 15, 1992.


Length: 59.3 meters
Beam: 11.8 meters
Draft: 3.08 meters
Crew: 64 men
Displacement: standard 640 tons; full-load 730 tons
Max speed: 34 knots
Endurance: 10 days


6 cruise antiship missiles P-120 Malakhit in 2 launchers KT-120
Osa-M self-defense SAM system
76.2-mm single-barreled gun mount AK-176
30-mm automatic gun AK-630M