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Seagoing minesweepers
Project 266 Aquamarine
Project 266E

NATO: Yurka Class


Quantity

45 units


Ships

Project 266 41 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Pontonny, Shipyard 363 (from 1966 Sredne-Nevskiy Shipyard) - 25 units
T-217
980
25.11.1960
16.08.1962
30.07.1964
from 19.05.1966 - MT-217, from 1976 - Komsomolets Belorussii
T-159
981
-
-
4.07.1964
from 19.05.1966 - MT-159
T-62
982
-
-
5.11.1964
from 19.05.1966 - MT-62
T-205
983
-
-
11.02.1965
from 19.05.1966 - MT-205, from 1976 - Gafel`
T-47
984
-
-
30.05.1965
from 19.05.1966 - MT-47, from 1970 - Novgorodskiy komsomolets
T-63
985
-
-
20.12.1965
from 19.05.1966 - MT-63
Arseniy Raskin
990
-
-
1965
 
T-73
991
-
-
30.12.1965
from 19.05.1966 - MT-73, from 1976 - Vice-admral Kostygov
T-94
992
-
-
21.01.1966
from 24.06.1965 - Evgeniy Nikonov
T-6
993
-
-
10.05.1966
from 19.05.1966 - MT-6
Alexandr Kazarskiy
994
-
-
30.08.1966
 
T-72
995
-
-
30.09.1966
from 19.05.1966 - MT-72
Boris Safonov
996
-
-
15.11.1966
 
T-18
997
-
-
7.01.1967
from 19.05.1966 - MT-18
T-179
998
-
-
18.01.1967
from 19.05.1966 - MT-179
T-163
999
-
-
02.1967
from 19.05.1966 - MT-163
T-253
970
-
-
31.07.1967
from 19.05.1966 - MT-253
T-209
971
-
-
30.08.1967
from 19.05.1966 - MT-209
Ivan Maslov
972
-
-
7.10.1967
from 13.02.1993 - PKZ-
MT-219
973
-
-
5.01.1968
 
MT-223
974
-
-
12.06.1968
from 13.08.1968 - Grigoriy Vakulenchuk
MT-226
975
-
-
31.12.1968
from 1968 - Pavel Mal`kov
Ivan Sivko
987
-
-
9.07.1969
 
Admiral Sokolov
901
-
-
31.08.1969
 
Afanasiy Matyushenko
902
-
-
1969
 
Khabarovskiy Shipyard 16 units
T-86
50
-
-
23.11.1963
from 19.05.1966 - MT-86
T-53
51
-
-
31.12.1964
from 19.05.1966 - MT-53
T-58
52
-
-
30.09.1965
from 19.05.1966 - MT-58
T-27
53
-
-
30.06.1966
from 19.05.1966 - MT-27
T-80
54
-
-
12.12.1966
from 19.05.1966 - MT-80
T-82
55
-
-
12.11.1967
from 19.05.1966 - MT-82
T-238
56
-
-
13.10.1967
from 19.05.1966 - MT-238
MT-242
57
-
-
30.09.1968
 
MT-193
58
-
-
31.12.1968
 
MT-200
59
-
-
31.12.1968
 
MT-208
60
-
-
15.12.1969
 
MT-263
61
-
-
30.09.1969
 
MT-257
62
-
-
12.12.1969
from 1.04.1984 - Vice-admiral Sabaneev
MT-221
63
-
-
31.08.1970
 
Michman Pavlov
64
-
-
31.12.1970
 
Mina
65
-
-
31.12.1970
 

Project 266E 4 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
MT-
-
-
-
1968
 
MT-
-
-
-
1968
 
MT-
-
-
-
1969
 
MT-
-
-
-
1969
 

General characteristics - Project 266

Displacement (tons):
Standard:519
Full load:560
Dimensions (m):
Length:52,1
Beam:9,4
Draft:2,65
Speed (kts):16
Range:1500 nm (12 kts)
Autonomy (days):7
Propulsion:2x2500 hp M-503B diesels, 2 controllable pitch propellers, 2 diesel generators x200 kW, 1 diesel generator x100 kW
Armament:2x2 30 mm AK-230M - Fire control system MR-104 Rys`
2x4 launchers SAM system 9K34 Streka-3 (16 missiles 9M36)
36 depth charges BGB
10 mines
Contact sweep BKT (or MT-1D or PST-1 or PPT-1), magnetic sweep TEM-2 (from 1969 TEM-3), sweep PAUT, acoustic sweep AT-3, 2200 meters of detonatig cord ShZ-1M or ShZ-2
Electronics:Radar Rym-K, navigational radar Don, Nikhrom IFF, mine-search sonar MG-69 Lan`, underwater comunication system MG-25
Crew:56 (5 officers)

Schematics

Seagoing minesweeper - Project 266
Seagoing minesweeper - Project 266


Modernizations

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Fleets

Baltic Fleet: MT-73, 94, 159, 179, 205, 217, 219 (then Black Sea Fleet)
Black Sea Fleet: MT-18 (then Caspian Flotilia), 63 (then Caspian Flotilia), 223, Alexandr Kazarskiy, Arseniy Raskin, Afanasiy Matyushenko (then Caspian Flotilia), Ivan Maslov
Northern Fleet: MT-6, 47, 62, 72, 163, 209, 226, 253, Admiral Sokolov, Boris Safonov, Ivan Sivko
Pacific Fleet: MT-27, 53, 58, 80, 82, 86, 193, 200, 208, 221, 238, 242, 257, 263, Mina, Michman Pavlov


Hull Numbers

MT-18: 931(1984), 906(1986)
MT-27: 324(1975), 745(1978), 715(1989)
MT-47: 770(1987), 833(1988), 813(1991)
MT-53: 731(1989)
MT-58: 712(05.1981), 717(05.1984), 710(05.1987), 747(1990)
MT-62: 805
MT-63: 924(1984), 905(1986)
MT-72: 801(1991)
MT-73: 605, 655, 632(1990)
MT-80: 710(1990)
MT-82: 738(05.1981), 763(05.1984), 708(1990), 736(05.1990)
MT-86: 701(1987)
MT-94: 398(1968), 327, 656(1980), 613(1982), 600(1990)
MT-159: 225(1968), 214(1977)
MT-179: 609(1978), 608, 620(1990)
MT-193: 741(1985), 706(1987)
MT-200: 391(1968), 745(1982), 758(1985)
MT-205: 342, 623(1978), 303(1979), 656(1980), 603(1983), 636(1988), 625(1990)
MT-208: 717(1989), 743(1990)
MT-217: 206(1972), 637, 613(1989), 651(1990)
MT-219: 923(1982), 914(1984), 910(1986), 916(1990)
MT-221: 705(1979), 755
MT-223: 918(1990)
MT-226: 809(1989)
MT-238: 717(1977), 748(1983), 733(1990)
MT-242: 710, 724(1990)
MT-253: 830(1983)
MT-257: 711(1981), 755(1981), 714(05.1984), 708(05.1987), 735(05.1990)
MT-263: 702(1990)
Alexandr Kazarskiy: 918(1986), 908(1990)
Arseniy Raskin: 920(1990)
Afanasiy Matyushenko: 940(1984), 902(1986)
Ivan Maslov: 184, 910(1990)
Michman Pavlov: 730(1981), 723(1984), 759(1987), 703(1990)


Decommissioned

1987 MT-86 (20.06)
1989 MT-27 (4.05), MT-53 (4.05)
1990 Alexandr Kazarskiy (19.04), Arseniy Raskin (19.04), MT-58 (19.04), MT-62 (19.04), MT-159 (19.04), MT-163 (19.04), MT-217 (19.04), MT-219 (19.04)
1991 MT-80 (24.06), MT-193 (24.06)
1992 Afanasiy Matyushenko (19.03), Ivan Sivko (19.03), Michman Pavlov (9.09), MT-6 (19.03), MT-63 (19.03), MT-73 (19.03), MT-82 (19.03), MT-94 (19.03), MT-200 (19.03), MT-205 (19.03), MT-209 (19.03), MT-223 (19.03, sank as target)
1993 Admiral Sokolov (30.06), MT-18 (30.06), MT-47 (30.06), MT-72 (30.06), MT-179 (30.06), MT-226 (30.06), MT-242 (30.06), MT-257 (30.06), MT-263 (30.06)
1994 Boris Safonov (5.07), MT-208 (5.07), MT-238 (5.07), MT-253 (5.07)
1995 Ivan Maslov


Export

Vietnam: 2 units
HQ-851 (till 1980 Mina), HQ-885 (till 06.1981 MT-221)

Egypt: 4 units
Project 266E in 1970-71: Aswan 695, then 536, Giza 690, then 537, then 533, Qena 696, then 538, Sohag 699, then 539

 
   

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