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Type 412 Sea Truck (LCVP)

Country of Origin: Iran

ship list


 Approximately 8 Sea Truck Type 412
    LANDING CRAFT, VEHICLE, PERSONNEL (LCVP)

description

A total of 12 units were purchased from Great Britain. Additional units have been built locally under the class name MIG-G-1200-SC and offered for export.

status

Status unclear. The British versions might be active; however, because of their age, they may well have been decommissioned. The locally built versions are more likely to be active. All have been subordinated to the Revolutionary Guard.

builders


 Rotork, Great Britain
 Iran Marine Industries, Iran

characteristics


 Displacement:       8 tons full load
 Dimensions:
      length         40 ft 6 in (12.40 m) overall
      beam            9 ft 8 in ( 3.00 m)
      draft           1 ft 8 in ( 0.56 m) maximum
 Propulsion:         Sea Truck Type 412: 2 Volvo-Penta diesels;
                      240 total bhp; 2 shafts
                     MIG-G-1200-SC Class: 2 gasoline outboard
                      engines; 400 total bhp
 Performance:
      speed          23 knots
 Manning:            15 total
 Military Lift:      30 troops or a small vehicle
 Combat Systems:
      guns           1 14.5-mm machine guns

issues and notes

None.

operational notes

None.

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