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Large ASW Corvette Suzdalets
Project 1124M / Grisha V class
 

The Grisha class antisubmarine ship is designed to to find and destroy high-speed enemy submarines and warships escort convoys in the near sea zone. The first series of Grishas was built from 1968-74, but successive improvements to the design led to four discrete versions, three for the navy and one sub-class for the KGB coastal patrols. Classified by the Russians as small anti-submarine ships, the Grishas pack a heavy anti-submarine armament into a relatively small hull. Combined with a respectable anti-aircraft armament, this makes the Grishas much more effective than the profusion of older escort vessels that were retired in the late 1980s.

Large ASW corvette MPK-118 laid down 01 August 1981 at the Leninskaya Kuznitsa Shipyard, Kiev (yard No.002), launched 27 March 1983, commissioned 03 October 1983.

From 10 April 1984 - Komsomolets Moldavii, from 15 February 1992 - MPK-118, from 05 April 1999 - Suzdalets.

Now in service.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard:910
Full load:1055
Dimensions (m):
Length:71,07
Beam:10,15
Draft:3,71
Speed (knots):31,67
Range:2727 nmi (14,56 knots), 640 nmi (29 knots)
Autonomy (days):10
Propulsion:1x18000 hp M-8 gas turbine, 2x10000 hp M-507A-1P diesels or 2x10000 hp M-507A-2 diesels, 3 fixed pitch propellers, 1x500 kW ASDG-500 diesel generator, 1x300 kW diesel generator, 1x200 kW diesel generator
Armament:1x2 ZIF-122 4K33 Osa-MA SAM system launcher (20 9M33M missiles) - 4R-33A
1x2 or 1x4 9K34 Strela-3 SAM system launcher (8 9M36 missiles) or 9K38 Igla SAM system (8 9M39 missiles)
1x1 76 mm AK-176 (304 rounds), 1x6 30 mm AK-630M (3000 rounds) - MR-123 Vympel-A fire control system
2x2 533 mm DTA-53-1124 torpedo tubes (4 torpedoes TEST-71, TEST-71M, SET-65, SET-53, SET-53M, 53-65K) - Drakon fire control system
1x12 RBU-6000 Smerch-2 (48 RGB-60)
12 BB-1 or BPS depth charges
18 mines
Electronics:

MR-320 Topaz-2V air/surface search radar, Vympel-R2 reconnaissance radar, MR-212 Vaygach navigation radar, Nickel IFF , ARP-50R radio direction finder, Spektr-F laser detection warning system, MGK-335 Platina sonar, MG-339T Shelon sonar, MG-26 Khosta underwater communication system, KMG-12 Kassandra sonar, MGS-407K sonar, MI-110K and MI-110R anti-submarine search station
PK-16 decoy RL (2 launchers KL-101) and PK-10 Smely (4 KT-216 launchers)

Complement:90 (9 officers)

 

 
       
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