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P-433 Pavel Silaev
 
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Anti-Saboteur Boat P-433 Pavel Silaev
Project 21980 / Grachonok Class
 

The Grachonok class, Russian designation Project 21980 Grachonok, is a class of anti-saboteur and large guard boats being built for the Russian Navy. The class is designed to combat sabotage and terrorist forces and means in the waters off bases and near the approaches to them, as well as to assist the Border Service of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation in solving the problems of preservation and protection of the state border of Russia.

This is a single-deck boat with a steel hull and a wheelhouse made of aluminum-magnesium alloys, with a continuous main deck, a developed superstructure, inclined bow and transom stern. For work at the stern of the boat there is a crane. Propulsion is from a twin marine diesel engine arrangement that can propel the modern design to speeds of 23 knots in ideal conditions. Since heavy automation is built into these boats, only a crew of eight is needed for maximum function. The boat can stay at-sea for as many as five days with the onboard fuel and food stores. Aboard is the MR-231 Pal system used for navigation and the Kalmar is the main sonar fit while the MG-757 Anapa-M is the towed sonar array. An MTK-201M2 provides as eletro-optical television functionality. Armament is a DP-65A remote-controlled rocket grenade launcher and a DP-64 series grenade launcher. There is also a single 14,5-mm MTPU heavy machine gun and an Igla-1 man-portable SAM system (four missile reloads) as well as any personal weapons carried by the crew.

Anti-saboteur boat P-433 laid down 12 January 2015 at the Shipyard named after A.M. Gorky, Zelenodolsk (yard No.988), launched on 2017, commissioned 16 September 2017 and was assigned to the Black Sea Fleet.

On December 2020 the boat was renamed to P-433 Pavel Silaev.

Now in service.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard:138,69
Full load:-
Dimensions (m):
Length:31,04
Beam:7,4
Draft:1,86
Speed (knots):23
Range:-
Autonomy (days):5
Propulsion:2x1822 hp MTU 12V2000M93 diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 2x100 kW DGA-100-V-A1-MPS diesel-generators
Armament:

4x1 SAM system 9K38 Igla launchers (9M39 missiles)
1x1 14,5 mm MTPU-1 Zhalo
1x10 55 mm DP-65A grenade launcher (RG-55M, GRS-55 grenades)
1x2 45 mm DP-64 grenade launcher (FG-45, SG-45 grenades)
1 diving complex (1 diving chamber), Falcon Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle

Electronics:

MR-231 navigation radar, MTK-201M3 electronic-optical television system, Filin (P-104) optical system, Kalmar sonar complex, MG-757 Anapa-M anti-saboteur sonar

Complement:8

 

 
       
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