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MPK-49 Aleksandrovets


MPK-49 Aleksandrovets. Photo by A. Brichevsky (flot.sevastopol.info)

MPK-49 Aleksandrovets is a Project 1124 Small ASW Ship (SAS).

REGISTRATION

Black Sea Fleet

CONSTRUCTION, NAME

The ship was laid down on March 23, 1980 at Zelenodolsk shipyard; launched on February 14, 1982; commissioned into Baltic Fleet on November 24, 1982. It has a name of Aleksandrovets since July 2004.

MILESTONES

On August 8, 1984 the ship was transferred to Black Sea Fleet.

Since March 1, 1989 till October 17, 1990 it was under interim overhaul at Ordzhonikidze Sevmorzavod shipyard (Sevastopol).

In August 2008 the ship was deployed off Georgia as a part of Black Sea Fleet task force.

On May 11, 2009 it took part in Sevastopol naval parade in honor of 225th anniversary of Russian Black Sea Fleet.

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

57-mm gun mount AK-725
30-mm gun mount AK-630M
Osa-M SAM launcher
2 coupled 533-mm torpedo tubes
2 RBU-6000 antisubmarine rocket launchers
12 depth bombs or 18 mines