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Stereguschiy. Photo from ru.wikipedia.org

Stereguschiy is a Project 20380 multipurpose Littoral Zone Corvette, lead ship of the project.


Baltic Fleet


The ship was laid down on December 21, 2001 at Severnaya Verf shipyard in St. Petersburg; launched on May 14, 2006; commissioned into Baltic Fleet in 2008.


Since June 27 till July 1, 2007 the corvette was presented under its export name Tiger at III International Maritime Defense Show (IMDS) in St. Petersburg.

In February 2008 the ship kept combat watch in Leningrad naval base.

In June 2009 the corvette took part in joint naval exercise with Indian frigate Beas at the Baltic Sea.

In June 24-28, 2007 the corvette was presented at IV International Maritime Defense Show (IMDS) in St. Petersburg.


Speed: 30 knots
Operational range: 3,500 miles at 14 knots
Crew: 99 men


Displacement: 2,200 tonnes
Length: 103.7 meters
Beam: 13 meters
Draft: 8.6 meters


Two-shaft CODAD powerplant, total power is 17,140 KW


2 quadruple launchers of Uran missile system
2 x 4-container 330-mm Paket torpedo tubes
100-mm AK-190 gun mount
Kortik antiaircraft missile/gun system
Igla SAM system
2 x 6-barrel 30-mm gun mounts AK-630
2 grenade launchers DP-64
Heliport for Ka-27 helicopter