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Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
Small Missile Ship "Orekhovo-Zuevo"
 
 Missile Corvette Orekhovo-Zuevo
Project 21631 / Buyan-M Class
 
  
 

The 900-ton class Project 21631 Buyan-M is an stretched version of the 500-ton Buyan class gunboat. The Buyan-M features a larger and more sophisticated weapons payload including state-of-the-art missile systems. The 74-meter long ship is intended to perform anti-surface warfare (ASW) combat missions with secondary air defense capability thanks to Igla-1M surface-to-air missiles (SAM). The Buyan-M weapon system consists of a single A-190 100mm cannon, and AK-630-2 Duet air defense gun system, eight Club-S Kalibr anti-ship missiles, and Igla-1M SAMs mounted on a two 3M47 Gibka launcher. Besides, these ships are equipped with a 2 14.5mm machine guns. The ship is powered by a twin screw combined diesel and diesel (CODAD) propulsion system.

The ship’s main purpose is to protect Russia’s offshore economic zones and engage enemy warships along littoral areas. But not only. With a relatively small size, the ship stands out for its capability to strike at targets deep into enemy territory. It was instrumental in launching the first Kalibr SS-N-30A cruise missiles in October 7, 2015 from the Caspian Sea to strike terrorist targets in Syria.

The design incorporates stealth features to reduce the radar cross section. The flexible open architecture of the ships allows for modifications according to the future requirements. The corvette features better sea-keeping capabilities for navigation in stormy conditions. It can use weapons in conditions of sea state 4.

Missile Corvette Orekhovo-Zuevo was laid down 25 April 2014 at the Shipyard named after A.M.Gorky, Zelenodolsk (yard No.637), launched 07 June 2018, commissioned 10 December 2018.

Now in service.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard:-
Full load:949
Dimensions (m):
Length:74,1
Beam:11
Draft:2,6
Speed (knots):25
Range:2500 nmi (12 knots)
Autonomy (days):10
Propulsion:4x3944 hp CHD622V20 diesels, 2 pump-jets
Armament:

1x8 3S14-21631 UKSK 3K14 launchers (Kalibr guided missile complex (8 3M14T missiles)) – 3R14N fire control system
2x6 3M-47 Gibka SAM system launchers (Igla-1M missiles)
1x1 100 mm A-190-01 – 5P-10-03 Laska fire control system
1x12 30 mm AK-630M-2 Duet
2x1 14,5 mm MTPU-1 Zhalo

Electronics: 5P-26 Pozitiv» air/surface search radar, MR-231 navigation radar, MG-757 Anapa-M anti-saboteur sonar
PK-10 «Smely» RL decoy (2 KT-216 launchers)
Complement:52
 
       
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