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Hydrographic survey vessels
Project 860

NATO: Samara Class


Completed

16 units


Ships

Gdansk, Poland

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Azimut
860/1
30.09.1961
-
18.11.1962
 
Gradus
860/2
30.01.1962
-
22.12.1962
 
Zenit
860/3
-
14.04.1962
28.02.1963
 
Gorizont
860/4
-
21.08.1962
30.04.1963
 
Yug
860/5
-
30.11.1962
30.06.1963
then - Mikhail Sotnikov
Globus
860/6
-
27.04.1963
30.09.1963
from 1978 - Tura
Vostok
860/7
-
23.09.1963
31.03.1964
 
Vertikal
860/8
-
24.12.1963
30.05.1964
 
Kompas
860/9
-
21.03.1964
8.08.1964
 
Deviator
860/10
-
30.05.1964
30.09.1964
 
Tropik
860/11
-
1.08.1964
10.12.1964
 
Glubomer
860/12
-
30.09.1964
23.02.1965
 
Gidrolog
860/13
-
30.11.1964
30.04.1965
 
Vaygach
860/14
-
6.02.1965
29.06.1965
 
Gigrometr
860/15
-
31.03.1965
30.09.1965
 
Pamyat Merkuriya
860/16
-
30.04.1965
9.12.1965
 

Re-named: Anadyr (Pacific Fleet), Kolesnikov (Pacific Fleet), Rumb (Pacifci Fleet) (fromer Vertikal, Gidrolog)


General characteristics - Project 860

Displacement (tons):
Standard: 975
Full load: 1274
Dimensions (m):
Length: 59,9
Beam: 10,8
Draft: 3,8
Speed (knots): 15
Range: 6200 nmi (10 knots), 6000 nmi (11 knots), 3280 nmi (15 knots)
Autonomy (days): 25
Propulsion: 2x1500 hp Zgoda-Sulzer 5TG48 diesels, 2 controllable pitch propellers, 3x150 kW diesel-generators
Electronics: Don navigation radar
Complement: 43+10

Schematics

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Modernizations

Training ship: Project 860B 1 unit: Tura (Globus)


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: Azimut, Gigrometr, Gidrolog, Globus (then Black Sea Fleet), Zenit, Kompas, Tropik
Black Sea Fleet: Gorizont, Pamyat Merkuriya
Northern Fleet: Vaygach, Gradus, Deviator
Pacific Fleet: Vostok, Glubomer
Caspian Flotilia: Yug


Hull Numbers

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Decommissioned

1979 Gorizont (MGU, from 12.1991 Ukraine, from 1994 Gorizont)
1985 Kolesnikov
1994 (EVA307 Estonia's Shipping and Navigational al Authority), Rumb (5.07)
1995 Azimut (1.09), Vaygach (1.09), Globus, Deviator (1.09), Kompas (1.09), Pamyat Merkuriya (Ukraine, cargo-passenger ship, sunk in storm 28.01.2001 in Black Sea)
1998 Yug
2002 Vostok
2008 - Glubomer (8.07, sunk in Anadyr Bay)


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