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Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
 
 
Missile Corvette Tsiklon
Project 22800 / Karakurt Class
 

The Project 22800 Karakurt-class missile corvette was designed by the Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau in St. Petersburg. The ship is intended to engage the enemy’s strategic facilities in green waters, destroy hostile surface combatants and offshore installations individually and in conjunction with other forces, and repel air attacks. It can also eliminate frogmen, conduct search-and-rescue operations, and support coast guard units.

The Project 22800 corvette has a length of about 67 meters, a width of 11 meters. The ship is powered by three M-507D-1 diesel engines with a power output of 8000 hp each. The corvette features a top speed of up to 30 knots, an economical speed of 12 knots, a cruising range of 2500 nautical miles, and an endurance of 12 days. The ship launches missiles at Level 5 sea state.

The corvette’s armament comprises an AK-176MA 76 mm gun and a Pantsir-M (NATO reporting name: SA-22 Greyhound) antiaircraft missile/gun system. The ship is equipped with an eight-cell vertical launcher for Kalibr (SS-N-27 Sizzler) cruise missiles, which is located in its superstructure. The Project 22800 corvette features increased seaworthiness, high maneuverability, and low radar signature of its superstructure and hull. Ships of the class have a stealth shaped superstructure with an integrated mast carrying four phased array radar panels. The ship can carry an Orlan-10 unmanned aerial vehicle.

Missile Corvette Tsiklon laid down on 26 July 2016 at the Zaliv Shipyard, Kerch (yard No.801), launched on 24 July 2020.

Now the ship is currently being tested.

Specifications
Displacement (tons):
Standard:800
Full load:870
Dimensions (m):
Length:67
Beam:11
Draft:3,3
Speed (knots):30
Range:2500 nmi
Autonomy (days):12
Propulsion:3x8000 hp M-507D-1-01-OMZ diesels, 3 fixed pitch propellers, 1 bow thruster, 3 DGAS-315 diesel-generators x315 kW
Armament:1x8 UKSK 3K14 VLS (Kalibr-NK missile complex (8 3M14T missiles)) – 3R14N fire control system
1x1 76 mm AK-176MA – MR-123-02/3 Bagira fire control system
1 module 3M87-1F Pantcir-M air defense system 1x(8 SAM missiles, 2x6 30 mm (32 57E6 missiles, 1000 rounds))
2x1 12,7 mm 6P58 Kord
1 Orlan-10 unmanned aerial vehicle
Electronics: KRS-27M Mineral air-surface search radar, MP-405-1 ESM radar system, MTK-201M-S1 multifunctional opto-electronic television complex
PK-10 Smely (4 KT-216 launcher)
Complement:39

 

 
       
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