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Mineralnye Vody

Mineralnye Vody. new-sebastopol.com

Mineralnye Vody (hull number 426) is a Project 1265 Yakhont (Sonya Class) base minesweeper.


Black Sea Fleet


Mineralnye Vody (serial number 150) was laid down at Avangard shipyard, Petrozavodsk, on April 7, 1988. Launched on March 11, 1989. Commissioned on November 24, 1989. Before 2001 named as BT-241


Standard displacement: 427 tons
Full-load displacement: 460 tons
Length: 49 meters
Beam: 8.8 meters
Draft: 2.45 meters
Full speed: 14 knots
Autonomy: 10 days
Range: 1500 nautical miles (10 knots)
Crew: 45 men (5 officers)


2x1100 hp diesels DRA-210A, 3 diesels generators DGRA-100/1500 x100 kW, 1 diesel generator DGRA-50/1500 x50 kW


Launcher SAM system 9K34 Strela-3
1x2 30 mm AK-230M
1x2 25 mm 2M-3M
2x6 30 mm AK-306 - 3500 rounds 6 mines
Contact sweep GKT-2, acoustic sweep AT-6 or magnetic sweep PEMT-4, acoustic sweep AT-6 or magnetic sweep ST-2, acoustic sweep AT-6 or sweep TS-1 or mine-searcher KIU-1 or 2x200 meters of detonation cord