Svetlyak-class patrol boat

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Russian Maritime Border Guard Svetlyak class patrol craft PSKR-915 Nevel'sk underway
Class overview
Name: Sveljak Class
Builders: Almaz shipbuilding company
Operators:
In commission: 1988 ( Russian Navy )
General characteristics
Type: fast patrol boat
Displacement: 375 tons full load ( 390 tons for project 10411 )
Length: 49.5 metres (162'4").
Beam: 9.2 metres (30'2").
Draught: 2.2 metres (7'2").
Propulsion: 3x M520 diesel engines with 16200 hp
Speed: up to 30 knots (Full Speed), 13 knots ( Economical )
Range: 2200 miles at 13 knots.
Endurance: 10 days
Crew: 28 crew plus up to 14 passengers
Armament:
  • 1 – 76mm gun AK-176
  • 1 30mm gun AK-630M ( 2, instead of 76mm )
  • 2 – 406 mm torpedo tubes ( removed )

Svetljak-class patrol boats (NATO Svetlyak) are designed to carry out a variety of missions, from patrol missions to prevent violations of maritime state border, to protect friendly vessels and facilities from enemy surface and air attacks. The Svetljak class consists of 3 types:

  • Project 10410 – Patrol boat operated by the Russian Navy and Maritime Border Guard – 32 ships in service + 1 ordered ( Last in a series ).
  • Project 10411 – Missile boat offered for export armed with 8 SS-N-25 anti ship missiles
  • Project 10412 – Gun boat version for export to Slovenia and Vietnam

Operators

 Russia

 Slovenia

  • Slovenian Navy. One Russian vessel transferred to the Slovenian Navy as payment for debt and named Triglav.

 Vietnam

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Svetlyak class patrol boat users

See also

References

  • Gardiner, Robert (ed.). Conway's all the World's Fighting Ships 1947–1995. London: Conway Maritime. ISBN 0-85177-605-1. OCLC 34284130.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles> Also published as Gardiner, Robert; Chumbley, Stephen; Budzbon, Przemysław. Conway's all the World's Fighting Ships 1947–1995. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1-55750-132-7. OCLC 34267261.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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