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Project 10412-class patrol boat
Slovenian patrol boat Triglav
Slovenian patrol boat Triglav, 10412 class patrol boat.
Class overview
Name: Project 10412
Builders: Almaz shipbuilding company
Operators:  Vietnam navy,
 Slovenian Navy
Cost: $35mil USD
In commission: 2002 (Vietnamese Navy)
Building: 4
Completed: 3
Active: 3
General characteristics
Class & type: Svetlyak
Type: patrol boat
Tonnage: 333 tons
Displacement: 375 tons full load
Length: 49.5 metres.
Beam: 9.2 metres.
Draught: 2.5 metres.
Propulsion: 3x MTU 4000 diesel engines with 16200 hp
Speed: up to 30 knots (Full Speed), 13 knots ( Economical )
Range: 2200 miles at 13 knots.
Endurance: 10 days
Crew: 28 ( 4 officers )
Armament: 1x 30mm AK-630 or 1x76.2mm AK-176M ( bow section ), 16x Igla-1M MANPADS, 2x 14.5mm machine gun

Project 10412 class patrol boats are an export version of the Russian Svetlyak class patrol boat. These vessels are designed to carry out a variety of missions, from patrol missions to prevent violations of maritime state border, to protect friendly vessels and facilities from enemy surface and air attacks, to monitor exclusive economic zones, to protect natural resources areas and coastal lines of communications, etc.

Armament & Equipment

  • 1x AK-306 gun mount (AK-176M gun can be mounted in the bow section)
  • 2x 14.5mm machine gun
  • 16x Igla-type MANPADS
  • FR-2150W navigational radar
  • Gorizont-25 integrated navigation system
  • GAGK1 Pastilshchik-D gyroazimuth/horizon compass
  • KM-69M1 magnetic compass
  • LEMM-2-2 electromagnetic log with echosounder functions
  • AP-5 dead-reckoning tracer
  • RN-1 radio range-finder
  • KPI-9F receiver-indicator of ground-based radio-navigation systems
  • NT-200D shipborne satellite navigation equipment
  • Buran-6E automated communications system[1]


The Slovenian version, Triglav has only one AK-630, place for two inflatable boats, one decompression chamber for divers, two 14.5mm machine guns, sixteen Igla-type MANPADS, 9M120 anti-ship missile system, PK-10 anti-missile projectiles and three MTU diesel engines type 4000 with 2.880 kW each.[2]





  1. "",, 2013. Retrieved on 16 August 2013
  2. Novosti, RIA. "Project 10412 Svetlyak patrol boat arrived to Slovenia ",, 26 November 2010. Retrieved on 16 August 2013

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