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RT-57


RT-57. nomana.ru

RT-57 (hull number 316) is a Project 10750 Sapfir, (Lida class harbour minesweeper designed to counter the threat posed by naval mines.

REGISTRATION

Baltic Fleet

CONSTRUCTION

RT-57 (serial number 350) was laid down on October 20, 1986 at Sredne-Nevsky shipyard. Launched on July 29, 1987. Commissioned on December 12, 1989.

PERFORMANCE

Speed: 12 knots
Range: 400 nautical miles (10 knots)
Autonomy: 5 days
Crew: 14 men (1 officer)

Dimensions

Displacement: standard - 131 tons, full - 135 tons
Length: 31.5 meters
Beam: 6.5 meters
Draft: 1.53

Propulsion

3x300 hp, diesels 3D12M, 3 diesel generators DGR50M1/1500-2 x50 kW

Electronics

Navigation radar Liman, mine-search sonar MG-99A1 Kabarga-A1, navigation system Bras

Armament

1x8 launcher SAM system 9K310 Igla-1 (32 missiles 9M313)
1x6 30 mm AK-306 500 rounds Fire control Kolonka 219-1
4 mines
Mine searcher-and-destroyer KIU-1 or KIU-2M Anakonda or contact sweep GKT-3-MO, acoustic sweep AT-6 or electromagnetic sweep SEMT-1, acoustic sweep AT-6 or 2x200 meters detonation cord