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|Builders:||7 Noyabrya Shipyards, Stasnov|
|Operators:||Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy|
|Class and type:||Guided Missile Cruiser|
|Length:||186.4 m (611 ft 7 in)|
|Beam:||20.8 m (68 ft 3 in)|
|Draught:||8.4 m (27 ft 7 in)|
|Propulsion:||COGOG: GTU M21 2x M70 cruise gas turbines and 4x M90 boost gas turbines , 2 cruise steam turbines, 2 exhaust gas boilers, 4 x M8KF Gas turbines, 2 Shafts, 130,000 shp (97,000 kW)|
|Range:||3,000 nmi (3,450 mi) (5,560 km) at 18kn (20.7mph)|
|Sensors and |
|Electronic warfare |
|Kol'cho suite with Gurzhor-A&B/Side Globe intercept, MR-404/Rum Tub jammers|
|Aircraft carried:||1 × Ka-27 series helicopter|
|Aviation facilities:||Helipad and hangars for one helicopter|
The Sloboda-class (Pr. 1141A) is a class of guided missiles cruisers of the Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy. The class was part of the 1976 sipbuilding programme of the Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy, and was designed as a larger, more powerful counterpart to the Otvazhnyy-class guided missile destroyers. Though its armament allows it to perform multiple roles - from area air defence to ASW missions -it was envisioned as a "carrier-killer" ship, and is thus armed with the largest (but not heaviest) anti-ship cruise missiles in Stasnovan service, the P-500 Bazalt (later upgrade to P-1000 Vulkan). 11 ships were completed out of the 20 planned, and 3 have been decommissioned. The class is being replaced by the new Pobeda-class cruisers.