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Perekop


Perekop


Perekop is a Project 887 Smolny Training Ship.

REGISTRATION

Kronshtadt, Baltic Fleet

CONSTRUCTION

The ship was laid down at Stettin Shipyard (Poland); launched on December 11, 1976; commissioned on November 12, 1977.

MILESTONES

The ship has covered over 400,000 miles in sea and ocean cruises with more than 16,000 cadets on board; visited ports of numerous countries including Great Britain, Finland, Denmark, Holland, Portugal, Latvia, Poland, Yugoslavia, Romania, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Tunisia, Algeria, Mexico, Colombia, and Cuba.

In 2007 the ship carried out distant cruise Kronshtadt-Novorossiysk-Sevastopol-Kronshtadt, having visited 10 ports of Western Europe, North Africa, and Middle East.

In 2008 the ship carried out distant cruise Baltiysk-Novorossiysk-Sevastopol-Baltiysk, having visited ports of various countries.

PERFORMANCE, DIMENSIONS

Standard displacement: 6,120 tons
Total displacement: 7,270 tons
Length: 138 meters
Beam: 17.2 meters
Draft: 5.5 meters
Speed: 20 knots
Crew: 12 officers, 120 enlisted
For training needs the ship takes about 30 instructors and 300 cadets on board

ARMAMENT

2 RBU-2500 ASW rocket launchers
2 coupled 76-mm gun mounts AK-726
2 coupled 30-mm gun mounts AK-230