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Ataman Platov


Ataman Platov. militaryrussia.ru

Ataman Platov is a Project 21820 Dyugon, Lebed landing craft.

REGISTRATION

Caspian Flotilla

CONSTRUCTION

Ataman Platov (serial number 811) was laid down at Volga shipyard, Nizhny Novgorod, on February 21, 2006 . Launched in July 2009. Commissioned in 2010. Before June 5, 2010 named as D-105.

PERFORMANCE

Speed: 35 knots
Crew: 6 men

Dimensions

Displacement: full - 280 tons
Length: 45 meters
Beam: 8.6 meters
Draft: 2.2 meters

Propulsion

2x9000 hp, diesels M507A-2D

Cargo

2 main battle tanks or 5 BTR or 140 tons of cargo