Serge Pod>Прибалтийский судостроительный завод "Янтарь" предлагает на экспорт сторожевой корабль "Корсар" нового проекта 11541 (06.04.01 16:05:19)
Бедный завод "Янтарь" - это что-то типа голоса из могилы. Единственный СКР проекта 1154 построен в 1990 году. Два (?) корпуса разломали в 97-98гг., правда, может быть один и остался. Вот что пишет Jane's:
TITLE : NEUSTRASHIMY (JASTREB) CLASS (TYPE 1154) (FFG)
ACTIVE : 1
Displacement, tons: 3,450 standard; 4,250 full load
Dimensions, feet (metres): 430.4 oa; 403.5 wl x 50.9 x (15.7131.2; 123 x 15.5 x 4.8)
Main machinery: COGAG; 2 gas turbines; 48,600 hp(m) (35.72 MW); 2 gas turbines; 24,200 hp(m) (17.79 MW); 2 shafts
Speed, knots: 30
Range, miles: 4,500 at 16 kt
Complement: 210 (35 officers)
Missiles: SSM: Fitted for but not with 16 SS-N-25 (4 quad).
SS-CX-5 Sapless (possibly a version of SS-N-22 (Moskit M)) may be carried (see Torpedoes).
SAM: 4 SA-N-9 Gauntlet (Klinok) sextuple vertical launchers [ref 1]; command guidance; active radar homing to 12 km (6.5 n miles) at 2 Mach; warhead 15 kg. 32 missiles.
SAM/Guns: 2 CADS-N-1 (Kortik/Kashtan) [ref 2]; each has a twin 30 mm Gatling combined with 8 SA-N-11 (Grisson) and Hot Flash/Hot Spot fire-control radar/optronic director. Laser beam guidance for missiles to 8 km (4.4 n miles); warhead 9 kg; 9,000 rds/min (combined) to 1.5 km (for guns).
A/S: SS-N-15/16; inertial flight to 120 km (65 n miles); payload Type 40 torpedo or nuclear warhead; fired from torpedo tubes.
Guns: 1-3.9 in (100 mm)/59 [ref 3]; 60 rds/min to 15 km (8.2 n miles); weight of shell 16 kg.
Torpedoes: 6-21 in (533 mm) tubes combined with A/S launcher [ref 4]; can fire SS-N-15/16 missiles with Type 40 anti-submarine torpedoes or 53 cm torpedoes (see table at front of section).
A/S mortars: 1 RBU 12,000 [ref 5]; 10-tubed trainable; range 12,000 m; warhead 80 kg.
Mines: 2 rails.
Countermeasures: Decoys: 8 PK 10 and 2 PK 16 chaff launchers.
ESM/ECM: Intercept and jammers. 2 Foot Ball; 2 Half Hat; 4 Half Cup laser intercept.
Weapons control: 2 Bell Crown datalink.
Radars: Air/surface search: Top Plate [ref 6]; 3D; D/E-band.
Navigation: 2 Palm Frond; I-band.
Fire control: Cross Sword [ref 7] (for SAM); K-band. Kite Screech B [ref8] (for SSM and guns); I-band.
IFF: 2 Salt Pot; 4 Box Bar.
Sonars: Ox Yoke and Whale Tongue; hull-mounted; active search and attack; medium frequency. Ox Tail; VDS [ref 9] or towed sonar array.
Helicopters: 1 Ka-27 Helix [ref 10].
Programmes: The first of class started sea trials in the Baltic in December 1990. Second of class was launched in May 1991, but in October 1998 the shipyard stated the hull would be sold for scrap to pay outstanding debts. The third was launched in July 1993 with only the hull completed and was scrapped in December 1997 without any further work being done.
Structure: Slightly larger than the Krivak and has a helicopter which is a standard part of the armament of modern Western frigates. There are three horizontal launchers at main deck level on each side of the ship, angled at 18є from forward. These double up for A/S missiles of the SS-N-15/16 type using a `plunge-fly-plunge' launch and flight and normal torpedoes. Similar launchers are behind shutters in the last three of the `Kirov' class. The helicopter deck extends across the full width of the ship. The after funnel is unusually flush decked but both funnels have been slightly extended after initial sea trials. Attempts have been made to incorporate stealth features. Main propulsion is the same as the `Udaloy II' class.
Reported as having a basic computerised combat data system.
Operational: Based in the Baltic.