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Kuznetsk. sdelanounas.ru

R-129 Kuznetsk (hull number 852) is a Project 12411T missile boat designed for destruction of enemy warships, transport vessels, and amphibious means; air defense reinforcement of task units and single ships, coverage from attacks of enemy light forces.


Baltic Fleet


The boat was laid down at Srednenevsky Shipyard on February 3, 1983 under serial number of 204. Put afloat on November 19, 1984. Commissioned on December 28, 1985. The boat received the name Kuznetsk in January 2013.


Speed: 42 knots (full), 13 knots (cruising)
Fuel range: 760 nautical miles at 43 knots, 1 400 nautical miles at 13 knots
Crew: 41 men


Displacement: 392 tons (standard), 469 tons (full)
Length: 56.1 meters (overall), 49.5 meters (at design waterline)
Beam: 10.2 meters (overall), 8.74 meters (at design waterline)
Draft: 2.5 meters (at hull level, full load), 4.15 meters (at screw level)


2 x 16,000-shp gas-turbine engine M-15 (4,000 shp cruising gas turbine M-75; 12,000-shp boost gas turbine M-70), 2 propeller screws


1 x 1 76-mm gun mount AK-176
2 x 6 30-mm antiaircraft gun system AK-630
4 x 1 launchers of antiship missiles P-15 Termit or Moskit
1 x 4 SAM system Strela-3 (combat load 16 missiles)