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Project 22800 "Karakurt"
Small-ship missile corvette

Ship List
# Name Builder Laid
Down
Launch Comm Decomm Notes
1 Mytischi
Uragan
Hurricane
Pella
Otradnoye
24 Dec
2015

2017
17 Dec
2018
2 Taifun
Typhoon
Pella
Otradnoye
24 Dec
2015
Nov
2017
2019
3 Shkval
Squall
Pella
Otradnoye
29 Jul
2016
05 May
2018
201x 2016 : 7 by Pella
4 Burya
Blizzard
Pella
Otradnoye
201x 23 Oct
2018
201x 2016 : 7 by Pella
2018 : 6 by 2021
5 Cyklon
Cyclone
Zelenodol'sk
Zavod
Tatarstan
2016 2018 201x
6 Shtorm
Storm
"Morye"
shipbuilding
Feodosia
2016 2019 201x
7 Ohotsk
*
Pella
Otradnoye
201x 2019 201x 2016 : 7 by Pella
2018 : 6 by 2021
8 Tucha
Cloud
26 Feb
2019
2019 201x
9 Pella
Otradnoye
201x 2020 2021 2016 : 7 by Pella
2018 : 6 by 2021
10 201x 2020 201x
11 201x 2020 201x
12 201x 2021 201x 2015 : Birsuk -
over a dozen
13 Pella
Otradnoye
201x 2021 201x 2016 : 7 by Pella
14 Amur
Shipyard
201x 2021 2023 2018 : 4 ordered
15 Amur
Shipyard
201x 2022 2024 2018 : 4 ordered
16 Amur
Shipyard
201x 2022 2025 2018 : 4 ordered
17 Amur
Shipyard
201x 2022 2026 2018 : 4 ordered
18 201x 2022 201x 2015 : Chirkov -
total of 18

2016 : Volozhin -
18 by 2022

2018 : MOD total of 18

* All other units named after storms of some sort. Exceptionally, Okhotsk seems to be named in some way after the Sea of Okhotsk, an inlet of the northern Pacific Ocean on the eastern coast of Russia, between the Kamchatka peninsula and the Kuril Islands. The Okhotsk Sea is bounded by the Siberian coast to the west and north, Kamchatka Peninsula on the east, the Kuril Island archipelago, Hokkaido and Sakhalin islands to the south. The village of this name was founded in 1647. This city-type settlement in Russia is the administrative and industrial center of the Okhotsk district of the Khabarovsk Territory. An ancient, god-forgotten land. The air here smells all the same - spicy, moist, salty, and the sky is forever covered with tight, velvet, shimmering clouds. There are no miracles happening here. As, in principle, nothing happens. Only the damp, intermittent breathing of the sea disturbs his universal peace.

It is possible that this name came from a river flowing in this area and flowing into the Sea of Okhotsk. The river is called "Ohata" ["Hunting"]. It is established that the origin of the name of the river is due to the use of the Even word "okat", which is translated into Russian as a river. Over time, the word "okat" was distorted to "ohat" and gave the name to the flowing river. Then, by analogy with the river, the village and the sea were named.

Or possibly the name is "Ohotnik" = "Hunter", which is a non-stormy name but at least a fitting name for such a ship.




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