- 2 * MTU diesels
- 2 * Voith-Schneider (cycloidal) propulsion systems
- Double Eagle Mk.3
- Hugin 1000MR UUVs
- Morświn ROV
- SHL-101 TM keel sonar and SHL-300 self-propelled sonar
- 1 * Oerlikon KDA 35mm OSU-35K Naval Gun System
- 2 * 23 mm guns
- 2 * PPZR Grom missile system
- 3 * WKM-Bm machine guns
Kormoran 2 Class — officially project 258, minehunting type of ships in building for the Polish Navy. Ships are built by Remontowa Shipbuilding Gdańsk and Naval Shipyard Gdynia consortium.
Project 258 vessels are 58.5 m long and 10.3 m wide. The draft is 2.7 meters and the displacement is 830 tons. Contrary to previous construction concepts of this type, the hull was made of non-magnetic steel instead of plastic. The advantage of the steel hull was, among other things, lower operating costs and higher fire resistance. The hull itself is divided into 33 sections. The ship's superstructure has two floors in the fore section and one floor in the stern. The main deck has full bulwark. When constructing the ship, efforts were made to limit the unit's detectability by radars. It is powered by two combustion engines with a capacity of 1,360 hp each, which allows a maximum speed of 15 knots. Additionally, the minesweeper has a bow thruster. The main armament of the ship is a 35 mm KDA type cannon that works with the ZGS-158 optoelectronic head. The ship is equipped with the Integrated Combat System manufactured and supplied by CTM, including: SCOT combat management system, passive defense system, underwater observation system, including SHL-101 / TM and SHL-300 sonar stations and a system of remotely and wirelessly fired charges explosives for destroying sea mines «Toczek». On the other hand, Xblue Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) have been selected to provide critical navigation capabilities to the Polish Navy’s new-build Kormoran 2-class mine countermeasure vessels.
The main tasks of the Kormoran 2 ships include searching, classification, identification and fighting sea mines, identification of fairways, guiding units through mine hazard waters, putting mines and remote control of self-propelled anti-mine platforms.