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Boat RK-735
Project 1390
 

The boat of Project 1390 was developed by order of the Navy. The material for the structural elements was aluminum alloy AMg5. The body is assembled according to a transverse scheme with a distance between the frames of 0,45 m. Watertight bulkheads installed in the area of 4 and 8 frames divide the hull into sealed compartments that ensure the unsinkability of the vessel. Argon-arc welding is used to connect the parts of the structure to each other and the sheathing sheets. The boat has a wheelhouse and an open area for passengers. The aft location of the engine improved running and seaworthiness, thanks to the stern alignment of the boat, however, the location of the engine in the stern required the use of an angular gearbox and an intermediate shaft. Since 1964, the Feodosiya Shipbuilding Plant has begun the serial construction of small ship commander boats of the 1390 project. In 1971, by order of the Ministry of Justice, the production of boats of project 1390 was transferred to the Batumi Shipbuilding Plant.

Boat RK-375 laid down at Feodosia Shipbuilding Plant , commissioned in 1964 (yard 8414) and was assigned to the Black Sea Fleet.

On 10 January 1996, the boat was excluded from the fleet due to the transfer to the Ukrainian Navy.

In March 2014, the boat became part of the vessels of the 91st ship repair plant of the Black Sea Fleet, based at Strelestkaya Bay in Sevastopol.

Now in service.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard:2,45
Full load:3,2
Dimensions (m):
Length:7,81
Beam:2,4
Draft:0,61
Speed (knots):13
Range:100 nmi
Propulsion:1x55 hp 6ChSP9,5/11 diesel, 1 fixed pitch propeller
Capacity (tons):6
Complement:1

 

 
       
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