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Hetman Sagaidachny (or Hetman Sahaydachniy) U-130 Krivak III class (1993) LOA 405′ / 123.5 m TDISP 3,700 tons. Formerly Kirov, a planned Soviet Border Guard (FSB) ship, but completed by Ukraine. Longtime flagship of the Navy. Scuttled at Mykolaiv during 2022 War with Russia ca. 28 February 2022. Current Status unknown.

Hetman Sagaidachny U-130, 2015. Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Hetman Sahaydachniy Odessa 2019

Line drawing of Hetman Sahaydachniy U-130 Credit: Sergienkod, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Hetman Sahaydachniy Odessa 2018

Hetman Baida Vyshnevetskyi U-131 (laid down 1992, not completed, reportedly sold to North Korea, fate unknown. krivak frigate Nampo NK 2004

Sevastopol U-132 (1997) Krivak II class LOA 405′ / 123.5 m TDISP 3,200 tons. Formerly Razitelnyy (1976-1997) Sold to Turkey for either scrapping or target sinking 2005.

Sevastopol U-132 laid up in Sevastopol, at the Ukrainian naval base, 2005. Credit: Крицын Андрей, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Ukrainian Krivak II class Sevastopol 2004

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