ship is designed for lifting and placing roadstead equipment, attaching and detaching
floating docks and also for transporting a wide range of cargoes. Project 141
(NATO reporting name: Kashtan class) is a large mooring/buoy tender of the Russian
Navy. The Kashtan class tenders were developed from the Sura class, and are equipped
with a 100-ton heavy lift gantry at the stern.
The ship has 98m length
overall, beam of 18m, and displacement of 4200 tons at standard load and 6200
tons at full load. The ship has diesel-electric propulsion system. It includes
a diesel engine connected to an electrical generator, creating electricity that
powers electric motors, five 775 kW diesel generators and three 400 kW diesel
generators. The ship is equipped with two 1500 hp electric motors driving two
fixed pitch propellers. The vessel is also equipped with one bow thruster.
vessel has a speed of 13.5 knots, a range of 2000 nmi at 11 knots and an endurance
of 45 days. The vessels are also equipped with MR-201 navigation radar.
Ship KIL-158 laid down at the Neptun Werft Shipyard, Rostock, East Germany (yard
No.144/1470), launched 29 April 1988, commissioned 30 June 1989 and was assigned
to the Black Sea Fleet.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
nmi (11 knots)|
|Propulsion:||2x1500 hp electric
motors, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 1 bow thruster, 5x775 kW diesel generators,
3x400 kW diesel generators|
navigation radar |
diving complex (1 hyperbaric chamber)|