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Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
 
 
Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul
Project 266ME / Natya Class
 

The Natya-class were a group of minesweepers built for the Soviet Navy and export customers during the 1970s and 1980s (58 ships were built). The Soviet designation was Project 266M Akvamarin. The ships were used for ocean minesweeping. The Projct 266ME - export variant of minesweeper.

The design evolved from the Yurka class minesweeper with new demining equipment including more advanced sonar and closed circuit TV. A stern ramp made recovering sweeps easier. The hull was built of low magnetic steel. To protect against acoustic mines the foundations main engines and diesel generators were padded with rubber, installation of mechanisms for isolating dampers; installation of flexible inserts in pipes; application of low-noise propellers controlled step large-diameter, as well as the installation of low-noise machinery and equipment. An electrical field compensator was also installed.

Seagoing Minesweeper Valentin Pikul laid down in 1990 at the Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, Pontonny (yard No.878), launched 31 May 2000, commissioned 20 January 2001 and assigned to the Black Sea Fleet.

Now in service.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard: 750
Full load:804
Dimensions (m):
Length:61
Beam:10,2
Draft:2,3
Speed (knots):16
Range:3000 nmi (12 knots)
Autonomy (days):15
Propulsion:2x2500 hp M-503B-3 diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers in nozzles, 2x200 kW DGRA-200/1500 diesel generators, 1x100 kW DGRA-100/1500 diesel generator
Armament:

20x1 9K310 Igla-1 SAM system launchers (9M313 missiles)
2x6 30 mm AK-306 - 498 rounds - Kolonka fire control system
2x5 RBU-1200M Uragan (68 RGB-12)
8 UDE mines
GKT contact sweep, TEM-3 magnetic sweep, AT-2 acoustic sweep

Electronics:

MR-212 Vaygach radar, Rumb radio direction finder, MG-69 Lan mine search sonar, MG-79 Mezen mine search sonar, MG-35E Shtil-2 underwater communication system

Complement:69 (5 officers

 

 
       
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