Rubin-class patrol boat

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Russian Maritime Border Guard Rubin class patrol craft Zhemchug on the Almaz Shipbuilding Company
Class overview
Name: Rubin class
Builders: Almaz Shipbuilding Company
Operators:  Russian Navy/Border Guard Service of Russia
Preceded by: Svetlyak class patrol boat
In commission: 2009 (Russian Navy)
Building: 3
Planned: 30[1]
Active: 3
Laid up: 6
General characteristics
Type: Fast patrol boat
Displacement: 630 t (620 long tons; 690 short tons)
Length: 62.5 m (205 ft)
Draught: 2.2 m (7.2 ft)
Speed: Full: 25 kn (46 km/h; 29 mph)
Econ: 18 kn (33 km/h; 21 mph)
Range: 3,500 mi (5,600 km) at 12 kn (22 km/h; 14 mph)
Endurance: 30 days
Crew: 20 crew plus up to 14 passengers
Armament: 1 × 30mm gun AK-630M, 4 × Kh-35 missiles(not installed), 2 × MTPU pedestal machine gun 'Kord' 12.7 mm
Aircraft carried: Ka-226 Helicopter, Horizon Air C-100 UAV

The Rubin-class patrol boat, also known as Project 22460, is a Russian border patrol vessel.[2] It is designed to combat underwater, surface and airborne targets. It can also conduct patrol and convoy escort duties. It is equipped with a Horizon Air S-100, a license-built version of the Austrian Camcopter S-100 helicopter UAV, which is intended for search, detection and identification of small high-speed sea targets at a distance of 150 km from the carrier vessel.

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Ships[edit]

Name Builders Laid down Launched Commissioned Fleet
Rubin Almaz Shipbuilding Company 3 September 2007 26 June 2009 13 November 2009 Black Sea
Brilliant Almaz Shipbuilding Company 12 May 2010[3] 25 November 2011[4] 26 June 2012[5] Caspian Sea[6]
Zhemchug Almaz Shipbuilding Company 22 December 2010[7] 21 April 2012[8] 21 September 2012 Black Sea
Izumrud Almaz Shipbuilding Company 21 September 2012[9] 14 August 2013 27 June 2014  ?
№505[10] Almaz Shipbuilding Company 2013  ? Expected 2014  ?
№300 Vostochnaya verf(Vladivostok) Summer 2012  ? November 2015[11] Pacific Ocean
№301 Vostochnaya verf(Vladivostok) 2013[12]  ? 2016 Pacific Ocean

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