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The deadlines for laying the fourth RTO of project 22800 Karakurt for Pacific Fleet became known

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The deadlines for laying the fourth RTO of project 22800 Karakurt for Pacific Fleet became known

The fourth small missile ship of project 22800 (code "Karakurt") for the Pacific fleet will be laid at the Amur Shipyard in Komsomolsk-on-Amur on May 7. This was reported by local media with reference to the press service of the enterprise.


The fourth RTO for Pacific Fleet was laid on May 7, the ship has already received the name "Pavlovsk". The first two RTOs of the Pacific Series - Rzhev and Udomlya were laid on July 1 last year, the third RTO of project 22800 Karakurt, called Ussuriysk, was laid down at the end of December 2019.

The construction is under the contract signed by the Ministry of Defense on August 22, 2018 for the construction of six small missile ships for the Pacific Fleet. The agreement provides for the construction of four RTOs in the Amur Shipyard and two more at the Vostochnaya Shipyard in Vladivostok. The last RTO of the Amur series should go into operation by 2026, and the Vladivostok one by 2023.

Small rocket ships of the 22800 project (cipher "Karakurt") - the Russian series of multi-purpose rocket and artillery ships of the near-sea zone (small corvettes). They are designed to conduct combat operations in the near-sea zone and participate in the fulfillment of tasks in peacetime and wartime, independently and as part of ship groups.

Main characteristics: length - 67 meters, width - 11 meters, draft - 4 meters, displacement - about 800 tons, cruising range - up to 2500 miles, autonomy - 15 days. The main armament is one PU UKKS (universal ship complex) 3С14 RK Caliber, one 76-mm gun mount AK-176МA, two 30-mm gun guns AK-630М or CIRCED Armor-M, two 14.5-mm or 12,7-mm MTPU machine-gun installations.
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  1. lopuhan2006
    lopuhan2006 27 March 2020 14: 11 New
    +9
    А причём здесь фото "Буяна"? Или так спешили поскорее хоть какую то новость воткнуть? Понятие редактор отсутствует уже давно на этом сайте.....
    1. Invoce
      Invoce 27 March 2020 14: 18 New
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      Quote: lopuhan2006
      А причём здесь фото "Буяна"? Или так спешили поскорее хоть какую то новость воткнуть? Понятие редактор отсутствует уже давно на этом сайте.....

      sad На этом сайте давно присутствуют либерально-политические модераторы, которые решают что можно писать, а чего нельзя, и любое слово могут интерпретировать как мат, или еще хуже, как попытку разжечь ненависть к по национальному, либо конфесиальному признаку! Некоторые из модераторов еще пытаются проявить себя в роли корректора и стилиста. Ищут и находят плагиат у рядовых "писателей"!, а для "именитых" с маршальскими звездами "авторов", копирующих тут откровенный плагиат из интернет СМИ - всегда Зеленая улица! yes
  2. knn54
    knn54 27 March 2020 14: 33 New
    -6
    In 1987, during the exercises of the Pacific Fleet, a missile target was sunk by MRC "Monsoon", 39 crew members were killed. The target did not carry a warhead (!), And the ship was unable to bring down this target due to weak air defense. The cause of the death of MRK is ignited rocket fuel.
  3. Thrifty
    Thrifty 27 March 2020 14: 48 New
    -9
    Why not lay it right today? And on May 7 one more to lay, if someone wants to celebrate the Victory Day, and not earlier than to make the ceremony of laying.
  4. alexmach
    alexmach 27 March 2020 16: 19 New
    +1
    And next to the news about the lack of engines for them ....
  5. CastroRuiz
    CastroRuiz 27 March 2020 19: 51 New
    -2
    Zakladivat mozhno, no dvizhok neto i tak skoro nebudet.
  6. lvov_aleksey
    lvov_aleksey 27 March 2020 22: 47 New
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    мне он всегда нравился МРК проекта 22800 "Каракурт", первый призыв к этому - Каспийская Флотилия. Кто не забыл еще ракеты - "Калибр" с проекта МРК 21631 "Буян-М"
  7. Petrol cutter
    Petrol cutter 28 March 2020 21: 25 New
    +1
    Honestly, reporting the same thing was tiring.
    Laid-good for shipbuilding. Then the matter will arise, for the lack of dvigla. Bad for shipbuilding. Well, the Navy will end up. Saying, but I warned you! ... Pointless ...