Tral'shchick - seagoing minesweeper. Standard general-purpose oceangoing minesweeper;
also intended as a coastal ASW escort in wartime. Production resumed in the 1990's,
apparently mainly for export, but several of the new units were acquired by the
Russian navy. Later units vary in weapons and electronics.
Zakharyin features an integrated bridge/command post and an automated minesweeping
control post. Project 02668 minesweeper which is the first ship equipped with
the advanced mine hunting system and automated countermine operation control system
in the domestic practice.
Seagoing Minesweeper Vice-Admiral Zakharyin laid
down 1990 at the Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, Pontonny (yard No.879, then No.801),
launched 26 May 2006, commissioned 18 November 2008.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
nmi (12 knots)|
hp M-503B-3 diesels, 2 controllable pitch propellers, 2 bow thrusters, 2x200 kW
DGRA-200/1500 diesel generators, 1x200 kW DGRA-200/1500|
2x1 14,5 mm MTPU-1 Zhalo
32 BB-1 or 7 KMD-1000 mines
KIU-1 sweep, BKT contact sweep, TEM-4 magnetic sweep, AT-3 acoustic swwp, ShZ-1
or ShZ-2 detonating cord, Livadiya sweep
MR-302 Rubka air/surface search radar, 2 Don-D navigation radars, Nikhrom-R
IFF, Livadiya mine search sonar, MG-69 Lan mine search sonar, MG-79 Mezen mine
search sonar, MG-26 Khosta underwater communication system, Anapa-P anti-saboteur