ORP Kormoran II- mine destroyer is designed to search for and combat marine mines in the waters of the Polish economic zone and in tactical groups in the Baltic and North Seas.
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ORP Kormoran (601) - a ship built by a Consortium consisting of the shipyard Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A., Research and Development Center of the Maritime Technology Center S.A. and Naval Shipyard S.A.
It was launched on 4 September 2015 at the Remontowa Shipbuilding shipyard in Gdańsk. In order to ensure the ammonia, the hull of the unit with a standard displacement of 830 tons and a total length of 58.5 m was built of austenitic stainless steel. Work on the ship ended on March 31, 2017.
Built - Repair Yard
Construction starts - April 2014
Location of the keel - September 23, 2014
Launching - September 4, 2015
Entry to the service - November 28, 2017
Tactical and technical data;
Displacement - 830 tons
Length 58.5 meters
The width of 10.3 meters
Submersion of 2.7 meters
Hull material austenitic steel
2 MTU 8V369TE74L diesel engines
2 shafts, 2 cycloidal propellers
Speed 15 knots
Coverage of 2,500 nautical miles
sonar podkilowy, SHL-101 / TM and self-propelled
SHL-300, radar in X and S band, transponderIFF
Wróbel II caliber 23 mm (intended for exchange on the 35mm artillery system TRYTON) 
3 machine guns WKM-Bm 12.7 mm
Grom missile launchers, a system of remotely and wirelessly fired explosives for destroying sea mines (Toczek)
Ship Fighting System SCOT-M, Reactive Defense System
Deep sea vehicles Double Eagle Mk. III
Kongsberg Hugin and the Morświn
A crew of 45 officers and sailors