Dyugon-class landing craft

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Dyugon Class
Michman Lermontov underway in September 2015.
Class overview
Name: Dyugon class
Operators:  Russian Navy
In commission: 2010–present
Planned: ?
Completed: 5
General characteristics
Type: Landing craft
Displacement: 280 tons
Length: 46 m (151 ft)
Beam: 8.6 m (28 ft)
Height: 5.1 m (17 ft)
Propulsion: 2 × 9,000 hp (6,700 kW) M502A-2D diesel engines
Speed: 35 knots (65 km/h; 40 mph)
Capacity: 120-140 tons of cargo, 2-3 battle tanks or 4-5 BTR personnel carriers and up to 100 marines[1][2]
Crew: 6-7
Armament: 2 KPV 14.5 mm machine guns

The Dyugon-class landing craft, or Project 21820, is a class of landing craft being constructed for the Russian Navy.[3]

Ships[edit]

Name Hull No. Laid down Launched Commissioned Fleet Status Notes
Ataman Platov 21 February 2006 17 July 2009 2010[4] Caspian Fleet Active
Denis Davydov 748 18 January 2012[5] 26 July 2013 24 November 2014[6] Baltic Fleet Active
Ivan Kartsov 2010 30 September 2013[7] 11 June 2015[8] Pacific Fleet Active
Lieutenant Rimskij-Korsakov 714 21 June 2012[9] 10 April 2014 4 July 2015[10] Baltic Fleet Active
Midshipman Lermontov 757 18 January 2013 5 June 2014[11] 4 July 2015[12] Baltic Fleet Active

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