The fourth serial corvette “Sharp” went on sea trials in Vladivostok

The fourth serial corvette “Sharp”, built for the Pacific Fleet, went on sea trials from the delivery base of the Amur Shipbuilding Plant (ASZ) in Vladivostok, the press service of the plant reports.
The multipurpose patrol ship (corvette) of project 20380 “Sharp” was laid down on July 1, 2016, on the day of the 80th anniversary of the thrice-decorated ASZ. The corvette came off the stocks on July 1 last year, and in November 2021 it was delivered by the transport dock “Zea” to Vladivostok to prepare for testing and delivery to the customer.
It is noted that the corvette has successfully passed mooring tests – Amur shipbuilders have closed almost all mooring certificates. The galley works on the ship, the corvette crew and the delivery team of the ASZ are placed in conditions acceptable for life and work. Last week, the ship underwent electromagnetic processing and, according to the corvette’s responsible deliverer, Razhden Baratashvili, was fully prepared for the start of sea trials.
The final stage in the construction of a serial corvette will be state tests, after which shipbuilders must transfer it to the Navy.