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Seagoing minesweepers, border guard patrol ships
Project 264
Project 264A

NATO: T58 Class


Quantity

24 units


Ships

Project 264 – Pontonny, Shipyard ¹363 – 1 unit

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
T-250
¹815
1951
-
1957
from 19.05.1966 - MT-250

Project 264A – Pontonny, Shipyard ¹363 – 23 units

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
T-9
¹930
24.09.1957
5.09.1958
12.1958
ñ 16.10.1962 - Primorskiy komsomolets
T-161
¹931
1.12.1957
6.10.1958
17.01.1959
from 19.05.1966 - MT-161, from 23.07.1975 - SKR-102
T-14
¹932
15.12.1957
18.12.1958
24.11.1959
from 19.05.1966 - MT-14, from 23.07.1975 - SKR-119, from 22.04.1978 - Kedrov
T-15
¹933
17.01.1958
14.04.1959
24.11.1959
from 19.05.1966 - MT-15, from 23.07.1975 - SKR-122, from 18.01.1984 - KVN-22
T-22
¹934
20.02.1958
10.02.1959
24.11.1959
from 19.05.1966 - MT-22, from 23.07.1975 - SKR-125
Dzerzhinskiy
¹935
29.03.1958
29.04.1959
17.11.1959
 
Menzhinskiy
¹936
19.04.1958
22.06.1959
17.11.1959
 
T-4
¹937
29.05.1958
27.07.1959
15.12.1959
from 19.05.1966 - MT-4, from 23.07.1975 - SKR-132
T-5
¹941
2.07.1958
24.09.1959
26.12.1959
from 19.05.1966 - MT-5, from 23.07.1975 - SKR-137, from 25.06.1988 - UTS-399
Vasiliy Gromov
¹942
28.07.1958
27.10.1959
3.12.1959
 
Vorovskiy
¹943
29.08.1958
10.11.1959
13.01.1960
 
Starshiy leytenant Vladimirov
¹944
30.09.1958
17.01.1960
13.07.1960
 
Kirov
¹945
2.12.1958
10.02.1960
12.07.1960
 
Malakhit
¹951
14.02.1959
8.03.1960
9.09.1960
 
Starshiy leytenant Lekarev
¹952
23.02.1959
12.05.1960
23.09.1960
 
Pavel Khokhryakov
¹953
27.03.1959
14.07.1960
21.10.1960
 
Timofey Ulyantsev
¹954
14.05.1959
18.08.1960
19.11.1960
 
Fedor Mitrofanov
¹955
17.06.1959
6.11.1960
10.01.1961
 
Pavlin Vinogradov
¹961
22.01.1960
4.10.1960
17.12.1960
 
Korund
¹962
19.02.1960
15.11.1960
17.01.1961
 
T-71
¹963
6.04.1960
10.03.1961
19.07.1961
from 19.05.1966 - MT-71, from 23.07.1975 - SKR-91
T-112
¹964
6.05.1960
27.03.1961
19.08.1961
from 19.05.1966 - MT-112, from 3.08.1977 - KVN-23
T-50
¹965
10.06.1960
6.06.1961
16.01.1962
from 19.05.1966 - MT-50, from 3.08.1977 - KVN-21

General characteristics - Project 264

Displacement (tons):
Standard:807 (Project 264A – 799)
Full load:840 (Project 264A – 868)
Dimensions (m):
Length:69,75 (Project 264A - 69,8)
Beam:9,6
Draft:2,51 (Project 264A - 2,55)
Speed (knots):17,6 (Project 264A – 17)
Range:

2500 nmi (12 knots)

Autonomy (days):10
Propulsion:2x2000 hp 37D diesels , 2 controllable pitch propellers, 2 diesel generators x200 kW, 1 diesel generator x25 kW (Project 264A – 2 DG-200/1 diesel generators x200 kW, 1 DG-100/1 diesel generator x100 kWs)
Armament:2x2 57 mm ZIF-31 (1854 rounds) - Fire control system MR-103 «Bars» (on Project 264 - without fire control system)
2x2 25 mm 2M-3M (on T-250 and some other ships)
1x24 MBU-600 (B-30M) (Project 264A - 2x5 RBU-2500 «Uragan-1» (60 RGB-12)
122 depth charges BB-1 or BPS
22 mines KB-3 or 16 mines AMD-1000 or 38 mines 1908/1939
Contact sweep MT-1 (Project 264A – contact sweep BKT), magnetic sweep TEM-2, acoustic sweep BGAT, acoustic sweep AT-1 (Project 264A), acoustic sweep BOKA (Project 264A)
Electronics:Radar «Rym-K», navigational radar «Lin`-M», «Don», «Fakel» IFF, ESM radar system «Bizan`-4», sonar «Tamir-11M» or MG-11 (Project 264 – «Tamir-11»)
Crew:88 (7 officers) (Project 264A – 89 (7 officers), border guard patrol ships – 71 (9 officers))

Schematics

Seagoing minesweeper - Project 264A
Seagoing minesweeper - Project 264A


Modernizations

Border guard patrol ships: 6 units from shipyards - Vorovskiy, Dzerzhinskiy, Kirov, Korund, Malakhit, Menzhinskiy, 7 units from fleet (5 Units in 1976-79) - Vasiliy Gromov in 02.1976, Kedrov (T-119), Pavel Khokhryakov in 02.1978, Starshiy leytenant Lekarev in 1977, Topaz, Fedor Mitrofanov in 02.1976, SKR-132 in 02.1978. All sweep armament was removed
Guard ships: 23.07.1975 – 16 units: Vasiliy Gromov, Primorskiy komsomolets (T-9), Pavel Khokhryakov, Pavlin Vinogradov, Starshiy leytenant Vladimirov, Starshiy leytenant Lekarev, Timofey Ulyantsev, Fedor Mitrofanov, SKR-91 (T-71), SKR-102 (T-161), SKR-119 (T-14), SKR-122 (T-15), SKR-125 (T-22), SKR-132 (T-4), SKR-137 (T-5), SKR-140 (T-250). All sweep armament was removed.
Radar picket ship, Project 963 Signal: 3 units, Pontonny, Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard, KVN-21 (T-50) 7.10.1975-1.10.1981, KVN-22 (T-15) 1984-85, KVN-23 (T-112) from 7.10.1975. 875/940 tons, 69,8x9,4x2,65 meters, 2x1 launchers SAM system «Strela-2M» (10 missiles), 1x2 57 mm ZIF-31B, 2x2 30 mm AK-230, 15,5 kts, 1500 nmi (12 knots), 10 days, combat information control system «Planshet», air/surface search radar MR-500 «Kliver», MR-302 «Rubka», ESM radar system «Bizan`-4», sonar MG-11 «Tamir-11M».
On Vorovskiy, Dzerzhinskiy, Kirov, Korund, Malakhit 15.12.1976-15.03.1977, Menzhinskiy navigational radar «Lin`-M» replaced by MR-220 «Reyd»
On Malakhit 7.06.1977-25.11.1977 was added sonar «Sheksna»
On T-250 sonar «Tamir-11» replaced by MG-59 «Olen`»
Training ships: UTS-399 (T-5) 25.06.1988
Non-realized updatings of the project: Project 959 Oko - radar picket ship


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: T-14 (from 27.03.1960 Northern Fleet, from 12.04.1978 Pacific Fleet), 15 (from 27.03.1960 Northern Fleet), 22 (from 5.08.1961 Northern Fleet), 161 (from 29.10.1960 Northern Fleet), 250 (from 6.09.1960 Northern Fleet, from 21.05.1962 Baltic Fleet, from 14.12.1962 Northern Fleet, from 8.06.1964 Baltic Fleet), Vasiliy Gromov (from 6.02.1961 Northern Fleet, from 26.09.1961 Pacific Fleet), Pavel Khokhryakov (from 29.10.1960 Northern Fleet, from 6.10.1961 Pacific Fleet), Pavlin Vinogradov (from 6.02.1961 Northern Fleet, from 26.09.1961 Pacific Fleet), Starshiy leytenant Vladimirov (from 29.10.1960 Northern Fleet), Fedor Mitrofanov (from 6.02.1961 Northern Fleet, from 26.09.1961 Pacific Fleet)
Northern Fleet: T-4 (from 26.09.1961 Pacific Fleet), 50, 71, 112, Starshiy leytenant Lekarev (from 10.05.1978 Pacific Fleet), Timofey Ulyantsev (from 26.09.1961 Pacific Fleet)
Pacific Fleet: T-5, 9, Vorovskiy, Dzerzhinskiy, Kirov, Korund, Malakhit, Menzhinskiy


Hull Numbers

T-4: 4(1968), 330(1972), 847(1976)
T-5: 836(1976)
T-9: 302, 639(1979), 645(1981)
T-14: 118(1978), 031(05.1981), 077(05.1984), 015(05.1987)
T-50: 325
T-161: 991(SKR-102), 907(1980), 975(1983)
T-119: 118(1978), 031(05.1981), 077(05.1984), 015(05.1987)
T-250: 229(1970), 215(1972), 220, 377, 707(1975)
Vasiliy Gromov: 304(1973), 306(1974),059(05.1978)
Vorovskiy: 372(1959), 503, 555(1973), 536, 070(05.1978), 073(05.1981), 063(05.1984), 035(05.1987)
Dzerzhinskiy: 105, 066, 068(05.1978), 017
Kirov: 534(1974), 504(1975), 706(1977), 023(05.1981), 058, 028(05.1987), 032(05.1990)
Korund: 037, 010(05.1981), 071(05.1984), 045(05.1987), 076(05.1990)
Malakhit: 033?, 097, 072(1979), 062(05.1984), 080(05.1987)
Menzhinskiy: 537(1977), 049(05.1978), 046(05.1981)
Pavel Khokhryakov: 853(1976), 010(05.1978)
Pavlin Vinogradov: 328(1970), 679(1980), 698(1982)
Starshiy leytenant Vladimirov: 917(1984)
Starshiy leytenant Lekarev: Êàñïèé(1978), 164(1978), 142(1984) , 105(05.1984)
Timofey Ulyantsev: 304(1972), 633(1989)
Fedor Mitrofanov: 854(1976), 082(Border guard patrol ship), 083(05.1981)


Decommissioned

1977 – T-250 (17.02, trials ship Som-1 NPO «Uran»)
1981 – Vasiliy Gromov (14.07), Pavel Khokhryakov (14.07)
1982 – Pavlin Vinogradov (20.06), Fedor Mitrofanov (13.11)
1983 – Dzerzhinskiy (12.11), Menzhinskiy (floating base of the Club of the Young Sailors, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy),
1986 – T-9 (1.07)
1987 – Starshiy leytenant Lekarev (13.06, training ship KYuM Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, sunk in fire in 1988)
1988 – T-161 (25.06)
1989 – T-14 (26.12), T-22 (12.07, training ship Severomorets Moskow KYuMRiP, to scrap 2003), Timofey Ulyantsev (4.05)
1990 – Ò-15 (19.04), Vorovskiy (28.05), Malakhit (2.11), Starshiy leytenant Vladimirov (19.04)
1992 – T-5 (28.02), Kirov (21.04), Korund (15.12)
1993 – T-50 (30.06), T-112 (30.06)


Export

Guinea: 1 unit
Lamine Saoji Kaba F79 (till 7.07.1979 SKR-91). Decommissioned in 1987

Southern Yemen: 1 unit
12.04.1979: T-4 patrol ship. Decommissioned in 1984

 
   

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