- Chinese destroyer Haikou (171)
Career (PRC) People's Liberation Army Navy Name: Haikou Launched: 30 October 2003 Commissioned: 2005 Status: in active service, as of 2011[update] General characteristics Displacement: 7,000 tons Length: 154 m Beam: 17 m Draught: 6 m Propulsion: CODOG, 57,000 shp Speed: 30 knots Armament: 48 HHQ-9 long-range surface-to-air missiles
8 YJ-62 anti-ship / land attack cruise missiles
1x 100mm dual purpose gun
2 30mm Type 730 close-in weapons systems
6 torpedo tubes
4 x 18-tube decoy rocket launcher
Aircraft carried: 1 helicopter: Kamov Ka-27 or Harbin Z-9C ASW/SAR
Haikou (171) is a Chinese Type 052C destroyer class (NATO code name Luyang II class). The ship was laid down in 2002, launched on 30 October 2003 , and commissioned 2005. The destroyer is active with the People's Republic of China's South Sea Fleet.
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