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MPK-99 Zelenodolsk

MPK-99 Zelenodolsk

MPK-99 Zelenodolsk is a Project 1331M Small ASW Ship (SAS).


Baltic Fleet


The ship was laid down on December 30, 1985 at Peene-Werft shipyard (Wolgast, GDR); launched on August 12, 1986; commissioned on May 19, 1988 under the name of MPK-99. The ship obtained a name of Zelenodolsk in 2004.


On July 27, 2008 the ship took part in St. Petersburg naval parade in honor of Russian Navy Day.


Speed: 24.5 knots
Operational range: 2,200 miles at 12 knots
Crew: 80 men


Displacement: 935 tonnes
Extreme length: 75.2 meters
Extreme beam: 9.78 meters
Extreme draft: 2.8 meters


3 diesels M-504A, total power 14,250 shp


2 MANPADS Strela-3 or Igla-1 launchers
16 antiaircraft guided missiles 9M32M or 9M313
76-mm gun mount AK-176
30-mm 6-barelled gun mount AK-630
2 coupled 533-mm torpedo tubes
2 RBU-6000 Smerch-2 antisubmarine rocket launchers
96 RGB-60 depth charge rockets
2 release tracks