The vessels are designed by Russian ship designing
firm JSC Severnoye Design Bureau. The vessels are primarily intended for duties
such as patrol, monitoring and protection in the exclusive economic zone and territorial
waters of Russia in open and closed seas. It can also be used to offer protection
for ships in transit, water areas as well as naval bases against enemy attack
in wartime. Other missions of the patrol ship are search and rescue, assistance
to disaster victims, environmental monitoring, and combat smuggling and piracy
Project 22160 patrol ships measure 91 meters in length, have
a displacement of around 1,950 tonnes and are capable of reaching speeds of about
22,5 knots. The ship has a cruising range of 6,000 nmi at patrol speeds and an
endurance of 60 days.
The ships are equipped with AK-176MA-01 naval gun,
and Igla man-portable air defense systems. Two 14,5mm heavy machine guns are mounted
on the bridge deck. The ships are also fitted with a telescopic hangar and helicopter
deck with facilities for take-off and landing of the Ka-27PS type 12-ton rescue
helicopter. It is optionally offered with one Club-N integrated missile system
as well as one Shtil-1 air defence system with two 3S90E.1 modular launchers.
Ship Pavel Derzhavin laid down on 18 February 2016 at Zaliv Shipyard, Kerch (yard
No.163), launched on 21 February 2019, commissioned 27 November 2020 and was assigned
to the Black Sea Fleet.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
|Propulsion:||2x6000 hp 16D49
diesels, 4x300 kW diesel-generators, 1x100 kW diesel-generator, 2 fixed pitch
1 high-speed assault boat - Project 02800
SAM system (8 9M342 missiles)
1x1 76 mm AK-176MA-01 – MR123-02/3 Bagira fire
2x1 14,5 mm MTPU-1 Zhalo
1x10 55 mm DP-65 grenade launcher
(RG-55M, GRS-55 grenades)
2x2 45 mm DP-64 grenade launchers (SG-45, FG-45
TK-25E Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) system, Pallada anti-saboteur sonar|
PK-10 Smely Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) system (KL-121 launcher)