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Haizhou
Type 956
Sov-Sovremenny


Specifications

Builder
Displacement7,625 tons (full load)
Length511.8 ft [156.4 meters / 513 feet ]
Beam56.8 ft [17.2 meters / 56.4 feet ]
Draft21.3 ft [7.85 meters / 25.7 feet]
Speed32 kts / 32.7 knots
Endurance2,400 miles at 32 kts
6,500 miles at 20 kts
14,000 miles at 14 kts
Crew~370 [296 (25 officers) plus 60 spare]
Propulsion4 boilers 2 turbines 102,000 hp(m) (75 MW) 2 shafts bow thruster
SSM8 - SS-N-22 Sunburn (3M-80 Zubr) (2 quad) launchers active/passive radar homing to 87 nm at 2.5 Mach (4.5 Mach for attack) sea-skimmer. As with others of the later units of this class, the launchers on these units are longer that early Soviet units and fire modified missiles with a range longer than the 60 nm of earlier units.
SAM2 - SA-N-7 Gadfly (Uragan) command/semi-active radar and IR homing to 13.5 nm at 3 Mach ; 44 missiles Multiple channels of fire
Guns
  • 4 - 130 mm/70 (2 twin) AK 130 85' elevation 35 - 45 rds/min to 16 nm
  • 4 - 30 mm/65 AK 630 6 barrels per mounting 85' elevation 3,000 rds/min to 2 km
  • Torpedoes4 - 21 in (533 mm) (2 twin) tubes Combination of 53cm torpedoes
    A/S MORTARS2 RBU 1000 6-barreled range 1,000m 120 rockets carried torpedoe countermeasure
    MinesMine rails for up to 40
    Decoys8 - PK 10 and 2 - PK 2 chaff launchers
    ESM
  • 4 Foot Ball (some varitations including 2 Bell Shroud and 2 Bell Squat)
  • 6 Half Cup laser warning system
  • Radars
  • Top Plate (remainder) 3D D/E-Band Air Search
  • 3 Palm Frond I-Band Surface Search
  • Fire Control
  • 6 Front Dome F-Band (for SA-N-7/17)
  • Kite Screech H/I/K-Band (for 130 mm guns)
  • 2 Bass Tilt H/I-Band (for 30 mm guns)
  • IFFSalt Pot A and B ; High Pole A and B ; Long Head
    TACAN2 Light Bulb
    SonarsBull Horn (Platina) and Whale Tongue hull mounted active search and attack
    Aircraft2 Harbin Zhi-9A Haitun (CHINA)
    ACTIVEex-Vazhny, ex-Alexander Nevsky



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