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Missile boats
Project 206MR Vikhr

NATO: Matka Class


Quantity

12 units


Ships

Pontonny, Sredne-Nevskiy Shipyard

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
R-27
¹241
-
-
31.12.1977
 
R-44
¹242
-
-
30.09.1978
 
R-50
¹243
-
-
1978
from 08.2004 - Karachaevo-Cherkesiya
R-221
¹244
-
-
30.12.1978?
 
R-254
¹245
-
-
10.01.1979?
 
R-260
¹246
-
-
1979
 
R-262
¹247
30.11.1979
-
12.12.1980
 
R-265
¹248
-
-
15.11.1980
from 1990 - Komsomolets Tatarii, from 15.02.1992 - R-265
R-251
¹249
-
-
15.06.1981
 
R-15
¹250
-
-
29.10.1981
 
R-25
¹251
-
-
1983
Borovsk
R-30
¹252
-
-
1983
from 13.05.2005 - Budenovsk

General characteristics - Project 206MR

Displacement (tons):
Standard: 233
Full load: 257
Dimensions (m):
Length: 39,5
Beam: 7,6
Draft: 2,0
Speed (kts): 43
Range: 2000 mn (12 kts), 1100 mn (35 kts)
Autonomy (days): 5
Propulsion: 3x5000 hp, diesels M-520, 1 diesel generator x200 kW, 1 diesel generator x200 kW
Armament:

2x1 launchers KT-97M anti-ship missile complex «Terrmit» (2 anti-ship missiles P-15M)
1x4 launcher MTU-4 SAM system «Strela-3M» (R-262 – 9K34 «Strela-3»(missiles 9M36)) (16 missiles)
1x1 76 mm AK-176M – 300 rounds – Fire control system MR-123 «Vympel-A»
1x6 30 mm AK-630M – 1000 rounds

Electronics: Radar «Rangout» (from ¹246 - 4Ts53 «Garpun»), navigation radar «Omega» (not on R-15), ESW radar system «Pchela» (on R-262)
PK-16 decoy RL (2 launchers KL-101)
Crew: 29 (5 officers)

Schematics

Missile boat - Project 206MR
Missile boat - Project 206MR


Modernizations

Project 02066: 1 unit. R-44 in 1984-06.1985, added 2x4 launchers KT-184 anti-ship missile complex 3K24 «Uran» (8 missiles 3M24) (instead of P-15M «Termit»), Fire control system MR-123-02 «Vympel-M» (instead of MR-123 «Vympel»). 230/265 tons, 42 kts. In 1987 was added 1x12 30 mm AK-630M1-2 «Roy» (instead of AK-630). In 1996 was added ccombat data system SP-521 «Rakurs»
R-221 - underwater wing was removed


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: R-25 (from 05.1998 Caspian Flotilia), 27 (from 05.1998 Caspian Flotilia), 30 (from 1998 Caspian Flotilia), 44 (from 1985 Black Sea Fleet), 50 (from 1998 Caspian Flotilia), 221, 254
Black Sea Fleet: R-15, 251, 260, 262, 265


Hull Numbers

R-15: 957(1981), 960(1982), 952(1986), 961(1990), 967(1991)
R-25: 851(1986), 822(1992), 701(2002)
R-27: 810, 860?, 819?, 841(1990)
R-30: 801(1988), 830(1993), 702(2002)
R-44: 947(1986), 966(1990)
R-50: 809, 858(1994), 706(2002)
R-221: 808(1989), 818(1994)
R-251: 947(1981), 961(1982), 951(1986), 970(1990)
R-254: 845 (1988), 837, 810(1993)
R-260: 950(1981), 951(1982), 950(1986), 969(1990)
R-262: 965(1982), 962(1982), 960(1982), 949(1986), 968(1990)
R-265: 965(1981), 957(1982), 948(1986), 967(1990)


Decommissioned

1994 – R-254 (5.07)
1998 – R-221 (16.03)
2002 – R-27 (10.04)
2008 – R-44 (5.10)


Export

Georgia: 1 unit
Tbilisi 302 (till 30.06.1999 - Ukrainian Konotop). 13.08.2008 was blown up in port Poti by Russian Airborne troops.

Ukraine: 5 units
Konotop U150 (till 12.08.1997 R-15), Tsuryupinsk U151 (till 10.01.1996 R-251), from 2001 - training ship in children Sea school in Kherson, on scrap, Uman` U152 (till 10.01.1996 R-260) decomissioned 30.11.2004, Priluki U153 (till 10.01.1996 R-262), Kahovka U154 (till 10.01.1996 R-265) decomissioned 7.11.2012. On U153 added navigation radar SRN-206

 
     

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