home

fighting ships of the world

SOVIET/RUSSIAN NAVY (USSR/RUSSIA)

OTHER FIGHTING SHIPS

MAK-2 small gun ships (project 1208) (1975 - 1984)

Smerch 2010

Name No Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
Project 1208
-2 [MAK-2], 8/1995- [Groza]   201 Khabarovsk SYd 31/8/1973 14/9/1974 10/9/1975 to Board Guard 11/1994, stricken 2003
-6 [MAK-6], 8/1995- [Smerch]   202 Khabarovsk SYd 30/10/1974 5/11/1975 30/9/1976 to Board Guard 11/1994, stricken 2003
-4 [MAK-4], 8/1995- [Tayfun]   203 Khabarovsk SYd 27/10/1975 28/10/1976 30/7/1977 to Board Guard 11/1994, stricken 2003
60- [Imeni 60-letiya Oktyabria], 12/1993- [Khabarovsk]   204 Khabarovsk SYd 26/11/1975 28/4/1977 28/10/1977 Board Guard, stricken 2003
60- [Imeni 60-letiya VChK], 12/1993- [Blagoveshchensk]   205 Khabarovsk SYd 14/10/1976 15/10/1977 28/6/1979 Board Guard, stricken 2003
-7 [MAK-7], 8/1995- [Shtorm]   206 Khabarovsk SYd 31/3/1977 6/5/1978 30/9/1978 to Board Guard 11/1994, stricken 2003
60- [Imeni 60-letiya Pogranvoysk]   207 Khabarovsk SYd 21/9/1977 28/10/1978 8/7/1979 Board Guard, stricken 2003
[Khabarovskiy Komsomolets], 2/1992- -8 [MAK-8], 8/1995- [Vikhr']   208 Khabarovsk SYd 23/3/1978 29/10/1979 27/6/1980 to Board Guard 11/1994, stricken 2003
-10 [MAK-10], 8/1995- [Shkval]   209 Khabarovsk SYd 27/2/1979 28/10/1980 30/5/1981 to Board Guard 11/1994, stricken 2003
-3 [MAK-3], 8/1995- [Uragan]   210 Khabarovsk SYd 30/10/1980 24/4/1982 24/8/1982 to Board Guard 11/1994, stricken 2003
Project 12081
-11 [MAK-11], 8/1995- [Vyuga] 106 211 Khabarovsk SYd 26/4/1982 20/8/1983 17/8/1984 to Board Guard 11/1994, in service (2019)

  

Displacement standard, t

390

Displacement full, t

450

Length, m

55.1

Breadth, m

9.14

Draught, m

1.44

No of shafts

3

Machinery

3 M-504B diesels

Power, h. p.

11400

Max speed, kts

23

Fuel, t

diesel oil

Endurance, nm(kts)

540(10)

Armour, mm

belt: 20, magazines: 35, turrets: 35, CT: 35

Armament

pr. 1208: 1 x 4 Strela-2 SAM (16 9M32), 2 x 1 - 100/54 D-10-T2s, 2 x 6 - 30/54 AK-630, 2 x 2 - 12.7/79, 2 x 1 - 7.6/90, 2 x 1 - 30 BP-30 Plamia grenade launchers, 1 x 2 - 140 ZIF-121M Sneg RL (120)

pr. 12081: 1 x 4 Strela-2 SAM (16 9M32), 2 x 1 - 100/54 D-10-T2s (inc. Bastion-K 9M117 ATM), 1 x 6 - 30/54 AK-630, 2 x 2 - 12.7/79, 2 x 1 - 7.6/90, 2 x 1 - 30 BP-30 Plamia grenade launchers, 1 x 2 - 140 ZIF-121M Sneg RL (120), 1 Akvilon laser gun

Sensors

pr. 1208 201-208, 210: MR-123 Vympel-A, Mius radars

pr. 1208 209: Mius radar

pr. 12081: Volna, Mius radars

Complement

32

Ship project history: Almaz (TsKB-5) began work on this large gunboat in 1967, but the prototype did not appear until 1975. The Soviet Navy then abandoned building specialist riverine craft in favour of air-cushion craft which could transport the army's self-propelled artillery and missile launchers.

Ship protection: No additional comments.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: No significant events.

Blagoveshchensk 1995

Ivan Gogin, 2016-19