Orkan-class fast attack craft
|Builders:|| VEB Peenewerft, Wolgast
Northern Shipyard, Gdańsk
|Type:||Fast Attack Craft|
|Length:||48.90 m (160 ft 5 in)|
|Beam:||8.65 m (28 ft 5 in)|
|Draft:||2.15 m (7 ft 1 in)|
|Propulsion:||3 diesel M520 engines 3970 kW each|
|Speed:||36 knots (67 km/h/41 mph)|
|Range:||3,000 km (1,620 NM)|
|Sea Giraffe 3-D radar|
The original project was prepared by the German Democratic Republic for its navy and was named Project 660, it also received the NATO reporting name "Sassnitz". After the Unification of Germany the unfinished hulls were bought by the Polish Navy from VEB Peenewerft shipyard in Wolgast and successfully completed by Northern Shipyard in Gdańsk.
List of ships
|421||Orkan||18 September 1992|
|422||Piorun||11 March 1994|
|423||Grom||28 April 1995|
The lead ship of the class is named Orkan (Polish: Hurricane), while other two ships are Piorun (Polish: Thunderbolt) and Grom (Polish: Thunderclap). Piorun and Grom were famous Polish destroyers of the Second World War. Orkan was to have been the first destroyer constructed in Poland, but her construction was interrupted by the start of the World War II.
- "okręty rakietowe projektu 660, typu Orkan (NATO: Sassnitz)." (in Polish). Polish Navy. Retrieved 3 August 2011.