project of this boat is an auxiliary mid-size passenger boat, built in Poland
for the needs of the Soviet Navy. In addition to the passenger version, there
were also medical boats based on this project. In total, in the period from 1978
to 1985, 40 boats of this type were built.
The passenger boat of this project
is designed to carry up to 22 passengers, and the medical boat - up to 15 patients.
The boat has a cargo hold, the autonomy is up to 6 days. The seaworthiness ensures
the sailing of the boat in a sea state of up to 5 points.
PSK-1410 laid down at Wisla Shipyard, Gdansk, Poland (yard No.31), commissioned
in 1983 and was assigned to the Black Sea Fleet.
In 1992 the boat was transferred
to the Ukrainian.
In the Ukrainian Navy it received the new name - communication
boat Sokal (U543, then U782). Then in 2006 it was converted into a medical boat,
In March 2014, in Sevastopol, he lowered the Ukrainian flag
and raised the Russian flag.
On 7 May 2014, the boat was transferred to
Ukrainian civilian tugs in neutral waters near Sevastopol, and towed to Odessa.
| Displacement (tons):|
nmi (10 knots)|
|Propulsion:||2x310 hp WOLA
56ANM-63H12 diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 2x48 kW SV400-E53 diesel-generators|