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Kovrovetz


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Kovrovetz is a Project 266M Aquamarine ocean-going minesweeper.

REGISTRATION

Black Sea Fleet

CONSTRUCTION

Kovrovetz (serial number 929) was laid down at Sredne-Nevskiy shipyard. Commissioned on November 8, 1974. Since July 1982 named as Kursky Komsomoletz, on February 15, 1992 renamed into Navodchik, on July 15, 1999 renamed into Kovrovetz.

PERFORMANCE AND DIMENSIONS

Standard displacement: 745 tons
Full-load displacement: 800 tons
Length: 61 meters
Beam: 10.2 meters
Draft: 2.97 meters
Full speed: 17 knots
Crew: 68 men

ARMAMENT

2 x 4 launchers of MANPADS Strela-2 (20 SAM missiles);
2 x 2 30-mm gun mounts AK-230M (2,000 shells);
2 x 2 25-mm gun mounts 2M-3M (2,000 shells);
2 х 5 antisubmarine rocket launchers RBU-1200 (68 depth charge rockets RGB-12);
sweeps (contact, magnetic); cord charges; up to 9 mines overload