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MPK-221


Project 1124M ship. Photo by A. Brichevsky (flot.sevastopol.info)

MPK-221 is a Project 1124M Small ASW Ship (SAS).

REGISTRATION

Pacific Fleet

CONSTRUCTION, NAME

The ship was laid down on February 8, 1985 at Khabarovsk Shipyard named after 60th anniversary of the USSR; launched on April 29, 1987; commissioned on February 19, 1988 under name of MPK-200. The ship obtained the name of Primorsky Komsomolets on August 11, 1987; then the name of MPK-221 on February 15, 1992.

MILESTONES

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PERFORMANCE

Speed: 35 knots
Operational range: 2,700 miles
Crew: 89 men

DIMENSIONS

Displacement: 930 tonnes
Extreme length: 71.07 meters
Extreme beam: 10.15 meters
Extreme draft: 3.71 meters

PROPULSION

Diesel gas turbine M-8M
18,000 shp gas turbine GTU-8
2 diesels M-507A, total power 20,000 shp
3 diesel generators (DG-500, DG-300, DG-200), total power 1,000 kW

ARMAMENT

76-mm gun mount AK-176
30-mm gun mount AK-630M
Osa-MA SAM launcher
2 coupled 533-mm torpedo tubes
RBU-6000 antisubmarine rocket launcher
12 depth bombs or 18 mines