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Hydrographic survey vessels
Project 862
Project 862/II

NATO: Yug Class


Completed

18 units


Ships

Project 862 Gdansk, Poland 9 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Yug
862/1
-
28.03.1977
30.09.1977
 
Tayga
862/2
-
24.05.1977
31.10.1977
 
Strelets
862/3
-
12.08.1977
30.10.1978
 
Zodiak
862/4
-
17.09.1977
6.03.1978
 
Persey
862/5
-
9.11.1977
14.04.1978
 
Pluton
862/6
-
30.01.1978
6.07.1978
 
Pegas
862/7
-
12.09.1978
10.04.1979
 
Senezh
862/8
-
12.09.1978
10.04.1979
 
Gidrolog
862/9
-
-
01.1980
 

Project 862/II Gdansk, Poland 9 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Gals
862/10
-
18.03.1981
11.11.1981
 
Nikolay Matusevich
862/11
-
-
30.05.1982
 
Briz
862/12
-
21.03.1982
5.08.1982
from 04.1985 - Vice-admiral Vorontsov
Vizir
862/13
-
17.09.1982
4.02.1983
 
Stvor
862/14
11.03.1982
18.02.1983
27.03.1983
 
Gorizont
862/15
-
30.11.1982
30.05.1983
 
Marshal Gelovani
862/16
-
11.02.1983
29.07.1983
 
Mangyshlak
862/17
-
19.04.1983
7.11.1983
then - Temryuk
Donuzlav
862/18
-
28.05.1983
13.12.1983
 

General characteristics - Project 862

Displacement (tons):
Standard:1842 (Project 862/II 1892)
Full load:2435 (Project 862/II 2499)
Dimensions (m):
Length:82,53
Beam:13,5
Draft:3,96
Speed (knots):15,9
Range:8650 nmi (13 knots), 6697 nmi (15,9 knots)
Autonomy (days):40
Propulsion:2x2200 hp Cegielski-Sulzer 12AB25/30 diesels, 2x143 hp mSS5e electric motors, 2 controllable pitch propellers, 4x480 kW diesel-generators, 1x220 kW diesel-generator
Electronics:

2 Don navigation radars, IFF Khrom-K, Rumb radio direction finder, MG-13 underwater communication station, MG-26 Khosta underwater communication station

Complement:58+12 (4 officers)

Schematics

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Modernizations

Medium intelligence ship: Project 08621 1 unit in Sevmorzavod named after S.Ordzhonikidze, Sevastopol: Yug in 1985-88. 2x2 12,7 mm Utes-M
Project 08622 1 unit in in Sevmorzavod named after S.Ordzhonikidze, Sevastopol: Mangyshlak 1990-96. ?/2560 t, 2x2 12,7 mm Utes-M, 2 Don-2 navigation radars, MG-329 Sheksna sonar, MG-13 underwater communication station, MG-26 Khosta underwater communication station, special equipment Vitok-AK, Vakhta-M, Vizir, Rotor-NK


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: Vizir (then Northern Fleet), Mangyshlak (from 1985? Black Sea Fleet, from 1997 Northern Fleet), Nikolay Matusevich, Persey (then Northern Fleet Pluton (from 08.1997 Northern Fleet), Strelets (from 08.1997 Northern Fleet), Yug (from 1980 Black Sea Fleet, then Northern Fleet)
Black Sea Fleet: Gidrolog (from 1999 Northern Fleet), Donuzlav, Stvor
Northern Fleet: Gorizont, Zodiak (then Baltic Fleet), Senezh
Pacific Fleet: Briz, Gals, Marshal Gelovani, Pegas, Tayga


Hull Numbers

Mangyshlak: 401(1990), -704(1992), 700(2005)
Yug: -328(1989), -703(1990), 720(1998)
Strelets: 025(PSKR)


Decommissioned

1998 Zodiak, Yug (10.09, floating casino Gransden Trading Limited, to scrap in 2009)
2003 Pluton, Persey
2005 Tayga (fihing vessel OOO Dalnevostochniy briz)
2006 Strelets
2015 Gidrolog


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