12700 minesweepers was designed by Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau and have
the biggest fiberglass hull in the world. It is highly durable against steel hulls
and ensures better survivability of the ship in mine sweeping. The service life
of monolithic fiberglass hull (over 30 years) is longer than low-magnetic steeland
the hull weight is considerably smaller. The displacement of project 12700 minesweepers
is close to 600 tons, the length is over 50 meters and the width is 10 meters.
The speed is 16.5 knots and the crew comprises 44 men. It can use various flails,
remotely guided and autonomous unmanned underwater craft to sweep mines. Project
12700 minesweepers have comfortable conditions for the crew.
Vladimir Emelyanov laid down on 20 April 2017 at the Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, Pontonny
(yard No.524), launched on 30 May 2019, commissioned on 28 December 2019 and assigned
to the Black Sea Fleet.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
nmi (13 kts), 1430 nmi (15,9 kts)|
hp M-503M1 diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 2 rudder propellers with nozzles,
2 transverse bow propellers, 2x315 kW diesel generators, 2x210 kW diesel generators
30 mm AK-306 (1500 rounds) - SP-520M-2 opto-electronic control system|
14,5 mm MTPU-1 Zhalo (Ivan Antonov, Vladimir Emelyanov – 2x1 12,7 mm 6P58 Kord)
2 9K38 Igla SAM system launcher (8 9M39 missiles)
UDM, UDM-2, UDM-500, MTPK-1,
MTPK-2, MRPK-1, PMR-1, PMR-2 mines
Skanda unmanned boat (¹523)
Diamand, OUKT-B contact sweep, PKT-B contact sweep, Zhelatin sweep, ShAT-U acoustic
navigation radar, MTK-201M3.1 optical-television complex, Struktura-35 underwater
communication system, Anapa anti-saboteur sonar, Altyn-M GISZ, Ruberoid communication