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Missile Boat R-262
Project 20MR / Matka class
 

These missile boats were designed at the Almaz C Design Bureau under the leadership of A. P. Gorodyanko on the basis of a Turya-class torpedo boat. They were designed to battle with small enemy surface ships in the coastal zone. There is only a single foil, the aft part of the hull hydroplanes at high speeds. The P-15M launchers are the same type as carried on the Osa-II missile boats.

The hull is smooth-decked, steel, with a low-subsection wing, divided by waterproof bulkheads into 10 compartments. Diesel engines are located in two compartments (the fifth and seventh), between which there is a remote control station for the main mechanisms. Superstructures are made of light alloys. The use of weapons is possible at speeds of up to 35 knots. The artillery armament of the missile boat was significantly increased: instead of two 30-mm cannons, the missile boat had a 76-mm bow gun, and a 30-mm quick-fire six-barreled stern gun.

All 12 units were built in Leningrad. After the breakup of the USSR, Russia discarded many and five went to Ukraine, one of which was later transferred to Georgia after a complete refurbishment.

Missile boat R-262 was built at the Sredne-Nevskiy Shipyard, Pontonny (yard No.247), commissioned 30 November 1979.

Was listed as missile boat of the 296th missile boat division of the 41st brigade of missile boats, based on the Chernomorskoe, Crimea.

30 December 1995 missile boat R-262 was transferred to the Ukrainian Navy. Renamed to the Pryluky (hull number - U153).

20 March 2014, on a missile boat located in Streletskaya Bay of Sevastopol, the flag of the Ukrainian Navy was lowered and the flag of the Russian Navy was raised. He was towed to the Quarantine Bay of Sevastopol.

11 April 2014, the Priluki missile boat without identification flags was withdrawn from Sevastopol by Russian tugs outside the 12-mile territorial zone, where it was transferred to the Ukrainian Bakai civilian tug for towing to Odessa.

It was re-introduced into the Ukrainian Navy, based on Odessa. In 2018, missile containers were removed from the boat. Hull number - P153.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard:233
Full load:257
Dimensions (m):
Length:39,5
Beam:7,6
Draft:2,0
Speed (knots):43
Range:2000 nmi (12 knots), 1100 nmi (35 knots)
Autonomy (days):5
Propulsion:3x5000 hp M-520 diesels, 1x200 kW diesel generator, 1x200 kW diesel generator
Armament:

2x1 KT-97M launchers Terrmit anti-ship missile complex (2 P-15M (4K51)) anti-ship cruise missiles)
1x4 MTU-4 launcher Strela-3M SAM system (16 missiles)
1x1 76 mm AK-176M 300 rounds MR-123 Vympel-A fire control system
1x6 30 mm AK-630M 1000 rounds

Electronics: 4Ts53 Garpun radar, Omega navigation radar
PK-16 decoy RL (2 KL-101 launchers)
Complement:29 (5 officers)

 

 
       
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