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Alexander Anishchenko-Class (Project 19920 Class) Russian Hydrographic Survey Vessel

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notes"Alexander Anishchenko-Class (Project 19920 Class) Russian Hydrographic Survey Vessel, a large hydrographic survey boat designed and built by OJSC Vympel Shipyard, performs hydrographic and navigation survey works for the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation. The large survey boat is intended to perform buoy laying, a survey of inshore waters and maintenance works. It can also carry out other missions such as inspection, maintenance, recharge, and repair of onshore and floating navigational equipment. It is further used to transport cargo, special-purpose equipment, and personnel to unprepared shores. Alexander Anishchenko-Class (Project 19920 Class) Russian Hydrographic Survey Vessel, features a single deck with a continuous main deck and long forecastle. The Middle section of the boathouses the deckhouse and the engine room. The ship’s bow stem is raked forward to provide a comfortable ride, while its stern has a transom shape."
dateOfIntroduction2008
countryOfOrigin"Russia (RUS)"
proliferation"Russian Federation"
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value"Alexander Anishchenko-Class; Project 19920 Class"
name"Type"
value"Hydrographic Survey Vessel"
name"Builder"
value"OJSC Vympel Shipyard"
name"Crew"
value"11"
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name"Note"
value"The large survey boat is intended to perform buoy laying, survey of inshore waters and maintenance works. It can also carry out other missions such as inspection, maintenance, recharge and repair of onshore and floating navigational equipment. It is further used to transport cargo, special-purpose equipment and personnel to unprepared shores."
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name"Length"
value"36.44 m"
name"Beam"
value"7.8 m"
name"Draft"
value"2.1 m"
name"Displacement, Standard"
value"279 tons"
name"Displacement, Full Load"
value"320 tons"
name"Propulsion System"
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name"Engine Name"
value"2 x Deutz BF6M 1015MC"
name"Engine Type"
value"Diesel"
name"Engine Power"
value"2 x 337 hp"
name"Azimuth Thrusters"
value"2 x Azimuth Thrusters"
name"Bow Thruster"
value"1 x Bow Thruster"
name"Generators"
value"2 x 80 kW DGA-80-VA2-MPS diesel-generators, or 2 x 80 kW DGA-80-VA3-MPS diesel-generators."
name"Maximum Range"
value"1000 nmi at 11 knots"
name"Maximum Speed"
value"11.5 knots"
name"Endurance"
value"10 days"
name"Communications"
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name"Note"
value"Communications systems aboard the watercraft include Inmarsat-C two-way packet data service system, transponder, VHF and HF/MF radio systems, portable VHF radio telephones and a satellite EPIRB with radar transponder."
name"Hydrographic Survey Equipment"
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value"The Project 19920 boat is installed with a range of hydrographic survey equipment to provide accurate data for nautical charting activities. It features surveying profilograph, automated mareograph, sounding depth finder, roll parameter measurement system, self-contained returnable hydrological probe, and sound-in-water velocity meter. It is also equipped with a multi-beam echo sounder with data acquisition/processing equipment to map the bottom water for efficient underwater navigation purposes."
name"Radar Systems"
properties
name"Navigation Radar"
value"2 x Navigation Radars (Name: INA)"
name"Sonar Systems"
properties
name"Echo Sounder"
value"1 x Echo Sounder (Name: INA)"
name"Protection"
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name"Hull"
value"Alexander Anishchenko-Class (Project 19920 Class) Russian Hydrographic Survey Vessel, features a single deck with a continuous main deck and long forecastle. The Middle section of the boat houses the deckhouse and the engine room. The ship’s bow stem is raked forward to provide a comfortable ride, while its stern has a transom shape."
name"Countermeasures"
value"No"
name"NBC Water Washdown System"
value"Yes"
variants
name"BGK-2090"
notes"Commissioned: 2008 Status: Active Fleet: Caspian Flotilla"
name"BGK-2148"
notes"Commissioned: 2012 Status: Active Fleet: Northern Fleet"
name"BGK-2149"
notes"Commissioned: 2015 Status: Active Fleet: Northern Fleet"
name"BGK-2150"
notes"Commissioned: 2016 Status: Active Fleet: Black Sea Fleet"
name"BGK-2154"
notes"Commissioned: 2016 Status: Active Fleet: Northern Fleet"
name"Alexander Makorta"
notes"Commissioned: 2020 Status: Active Fleet: Northern Fleet"
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