Mangust Class patrol boat was designed by Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau.
The deep-V hull design combined with efficient propulsion system provides the
boat superior manoeuvrability and controllability. The high speed allows the boat
to effectively conduct search-and-rescue (SAR) missions involving the transportation
of rescue teams, survival aids, medical and fire-fighting equipment to vessels
in distress. The patrol boats can be equipped with lightweight diving equipment.
boat offers low noise level and incorporates optimal compartment layout ensuring
excellent working and living conditions for the crew and passengers. Crew comfort
is further enhanced by the air conditioning system in the crew’s cabin and pilot
The Mangust Class has an overall length of 19.45m, extreme beam of
4.4m, mid-ship depth of 2.2m, fully loaded draught of 1.16m, and full load displacement
of 27.2t. Each patrol boat can complement a crew of three to six members.
propulsion is provided by two MTU 10V2000M93 main diesel engines, each driving
an ASD-14 Arneson surface drive fixed-pitch propeller controlled by Vector Stick-IIC
joystick system. The Mangust class boats have a maximum speed of around 50kt and
cruising speed of 36kt. The maximum range of the boat with maximum fuel storage
is 430nmi. The storage capacity of 2,000L of fuel and 290L of fresh water ensures
an endurance of two days.
The Project 12150 Mangust fast patrol boats built
by Vympel Shipyard JSC are in service with the Russian Navy, Federal Security
Service (FSB) and Customs Service of Russian Federation.
Alexander Ilyin laid down at Vympel Shipyard, Rybinsk (yard No.02606), commissioned
in 2008 and was assigned to the Black Sea Fleet.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
nmi (35 knots), 410 nmi (36 knots), 350 nmi (40 knots)|
2x1523 hp MTU 10V2000M93 diesels, 1x16 kW diesel-generator, 2 Arneson drives
|Electronics:||Furuno marine radar|