Ukraine’s HUR hit Russian Tunets boats in Crimea — NV source

Ukraine's HUR hit two Tunets boats in Crimea
Ukraine's HUR hit two Tunets boats in Crimea

Ukrainian military intelligence (HUR) attacked Russian boats in temporarily occupied Crimea with Magura V5 drones, the NV sources in HUR said on May 30.

Two Russian boats, likely the Tunets-class, were struck, the sources said.

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The KS-701 Tunets project boats are diesel-powered with aluminum hulls, built at the Kostroma Marine Engineering Plant.

Key specifications:

  • Length: 8.8 meters

  • Width: 2.5 meters

  • Height: 1.2 meters

  • Full draft: 0.37 meters

  • Passenger capacity: up to six people

  • Speed: 85 km/h

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Ukraine first reported the destruction of such boats in Crimea in September 2023. In one instance, a Turkish reconnaissance and strike drone, Bayraktar TB2, struck one of the Tunets boats in the northwestern part of the Black Sea during a Russian disembarkation.

Explosions rocked Russian-occupied Kerch near the Crimean Bridge on May 30. The so-called occupational "authorities" reported damage to both automobile and railway ferries. Russia's Defense Ministry claimed the "destruction" of eight ATACMS missiles, eight drones, and two naval drones.

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