Military products / Warships

Project 1239

Air-cushion missile ship

The air-cushion missile ship is designed to destroy enemy surface combatants, fast craft and transports throughout the closed theaters of naval operations and within the coastal areas of open seas both independently and as a flagship of single and multiple-type naval task forces.


Displacement ∼1000 t
Length 64 m
Beam 17.2 m
Draft 3.8 m
Speed ∼45 knots
- air cushion mode
- displacement mode

∼800 nm
∼2500 nm
Endurance 10 days

Main propulsion

Main propulsion plant 2 х M511A diesel-gearbox units
2 x M10D1 gas-turbine units
2 x M5270M3 diesels


Strike missile:
Version 1
1 x Moskit-E, 8 missiles
Version 2
1 x Uran-E, 16 missiles
Version 3
1 x missile system with Yakhont missiles, 12 missiles
Version 4
1 x Yakhont, 12 missiles, and 1 x Uran-E, 8 missiles
Air defense: 1 / 2 x Kashtan-M
16 x Igla MANPADS
Artillery: 1 x 100 mm A-190 gun
Fire arms: 2 x 14.5 mm MTPU machine guns
Countermeasures 1 x TK-25E EW suite
1 x PK-10 decoy launcher
1 x Anapa-ME diver detection sonar
Electronic equipment:

Target detection and acquisition radar suite
Version 1 and 2
1 х Monolit-К radar system
Version 3 and 4
1 х Monument-E
1 x Pozitiv-ME1 radar
2 x Gorizont-25 navigation radar / 2 x PAL-N4 navigation ragar /
2 x Bridge Master navigation radar
1 x Sigma-E combat management system
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