The seagoing tug of project 733 is intended for towing and berthing operations
in the sea and coastal areas. They are equipped with main electric motor with
diesel generators. Tugs of this project in various modifications served on all
fleets of the USSR and later - the Russian Federation. In total, more than 40
seagoing tugs, rescue tugs and Coast Guard ships of this type were built for the
Navy and Coast Guard in Leningrad.
Seagoing tug MB-30 laid down at the
Yaroslavl Shipyard (yard No.403), commissioned in 1973 and was assigned to the
Black Sea Fleet.
In 1997 transferred to the Ukarinian Naval Forced with
rename to Korets (U830). From 2018 - A830.
| Displacement (tons):|
nmi (13 knots)|
|Propulsion:||2x1500 hp PG-950/170M
electric motors, 2x1000 kW DGR-1000/750 diesel-generators, 2x100 kW diesel-generators,
1 fixed pitch propeller in rotating nozzle|
Don navigation radars|
||2 fire monitors, 1500 m3/h water pumps|