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Alexander Anishchenko Project 19920 hydrographic boat for Russian Navy completes acceptance trials


According to information published by the Russian press agency TASS on April 20, 2021, the Alexander Anishchenko large hydrographic boat of Project 19920 for the Russian Navy completed acceptance trials in Vladivostok, the October Revolution Shipyard said.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001Project 19920 Aleksandr Anischenko delivered April 19, 2021 in Vladivostok. (Picture source Twitter SeaWaves Magazine)


“The acceptance act has been signed. The Alexander Anishchenko is the fifth boat of project 19920 built by the shipyard,” it said.

The shipyard has been building hydrographic boats for the Pacific fleet since 2006. It is now building the Vasily Bubnov boat of project 19910. The Pacific fleet has to form three crews for new warships, including the Alexander Anishchenko this year.

Citing Topwar.ru website technical information,  the ship is equipped with a three-beam echo sounder, thanks to which it is possible to study the bottom topography, as well as a navigation system capable of automatically plotting a course for the vessel according to the specified parameters

The ship is designed to perform hydrographic and pilot works in coastal areas. The vessel will be able to deal with the delivery of scientific groups and special equipment up to 15 tons to the unequipped coast.

The Alexander Anishchenko large hydrographic boat has an overall length of 36.44 m, a beam of 7.8 m, and a depth of 3.6 m. She has a displacement of 320t and can carry a crew of up to 11 personnel. The boat is equipped with navigational radar, NAVSTAR / GLONASS global satellite navigational system, computer-based integrated navigational mapping system, magnetic compass, lag, NAVTEX receiver, and an echo sounder.

The Alexander Anishchenko is powered by two DEUTZ BF6M1015MC diesel engines and can reach a top speed of 11.5 knots with a maximum cruising range of 1,000 miles at a speed of 11 knots. She has an endurance of up to 10 days. 


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