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The ship "Polar Star" adopted by the Coast Guard

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On Saturday in Kronstadt, the flag raising ceremony was held on the 1 lead patrol ship of the “Polar Star” rank of the 22100 project (Ocean), reports bmpd.




The ship was built at the Zelenodolsk plant (Tatarstan) by order of the border service of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation. The acceptance certificate was signed on December 15.

Before the New Year, the ship will make the transition to Murmansk to the place of permanent deployment.

Earlier it was reported that the Border Service intends to order a total of 6 ships of this project.

Flag raising ceremony and entry into the Coast Guard of the Border Guard Service of the Federal Security Service of Russia of the 1-level head guard patrol ship Polar Star of the 22100 project. Kronstadt, 17.12.2016.

The bmpd reference: The 22100 “Polar Star” head PSKR was built under the contract of 26 on December 2011 of the year. St. Petersburg, and then to Kronstadt, where retrofitting, mooring tests and preparation for tests took place.The first exit to factory trials took place from Kronstadt on October 30 of the year 2012. The handover of the ship was delayed due to the finishing of the Matelot-21 navigation and tactical complex production WA Group "Kronstadt", as well as a number of other technical problems identified. "
Photos used:
JSC Zelenodolsk Plant named after A.M. Gorky ", PU FSB of Russia in St. Petersburg and Leningrad region
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  1. svp67
    svp67 19 December 2016 13: 42
    +8
    Somehow, news about the replenishment of the naval staff of the Russian FSB border service became very frequent, but I am glad and I am not too lazy to congratulate them once again on their next combat unit and wish: "Seven feet under the keel."
    1. lelikas
      lelikas 19 December 2016 13: 50
      +3
      Good to them - 2700 tons and already the first rank!
      And so yes - a worthy replenishment, now we are waiting for the series.
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 19 December 2016 14: 00
        +9
        it's good that they didn't call it "polestar" ... otherwise ours already have a tendency - "raptors", "terminators" ... "Polar Star" will sound. "the star by which the sailor determines the place in the ocean ..." William, ours, you know, Shakespeare ...
        1. cniza
          cniza 19 December 2016 14: 06
          +5
          Quote: lelikas
          Good to them - 2700 tons and already the first rank!
          And so yes - a worthy replenishment, now we are waiting for the series.


          FSB ranks.
    2. GSH-18
      GSH-18 19 December 2016 14: 43
      +3
      The ship "Polar Star" adopted by the Coast Guard

      I remember in Murmansk with that name fishing floating base was ..
  2. tinibar
    tinibar 19 December 2016 14: 09
    +1
    Quote: svp67
    Somehow, news about the replenishment of the naval staff of the Russian FSB border service became very frequent, but I am glad and I am not too lazy to congratulate them once again on their next combat unit and wish: "Seven feet under the keel."

    Yes, the FSB is being replenished more actively than the Fleet. But from the borders and should begin. I hope the Fleet will have even happier times!
  3. Dekabrist
    Dekabrist 19 December 2016 14: 24
    +17
    The Polar Star is the imperial yacht of Alexander III and Nicholas II, then a submarine floating base in the Soviet Navy.
    In 1884, at the direction of Admiral I. A. Shestakov, manager of the Maritime Ministry, the design of a cruising yacht with the corresponding artillery weapons began, which in peacetime would be able to "fully meet all the requirements of the modern imperial yacht service."
    The Polar Star was laid at the Baltic Shipyard 20 on May 1888 in the presence of the imperial couple and senior officials of the Maritime Ministry, launched on 19 on May 1890. After mooring and sea trials in March, 1891 was admitted to the Baltic Fleet and was assigned to the Guards crew.
    In 1891-1914, the yacht served the imperial family during visits to the European capitals, took part in the Baltic Fleet reviews and solemn meetings of the heads of foreign states.
    In the summer of 1905, a historic Bierca Treaty was signed on board the yacht between the German Emperor Wilhelm II and Nicholas II.
    In 1905-1914, the yacht went under the brad pennant of the Dowager Empress Maria Fedorovna, annually sailing to Copenhagen.
    During World War I, the yacht stood in Petrograd, and at the beginning of June 1917 moved to Helsinki, where the Central Committee of the Baltic Fleet was located on it. The yacht commander, captain of the 1 rank M. M. Lyalin, became the first elected commander of the Baltic Fleet. In September-October of 1917, the II Congress of the Baltic Fleet was held on a yacht. In 1918, she took part in the Ice Fleet of the Baltic Fleet.
    Since 1920, it has been on conservation.
    At the beginning of the 1930's, it was converted into a floating submarine base. The steam engines were replaced by diesel engines (boilers left for heating), the front chimney was dismantled, new light masts were installed, but the interior decoration of many rooms was preserved. 20 August 1936 year on a yacht was raised the naval flag of the USSR.
    During the Winter War, she played the role of a naval base of the 2-th submarine brigade (commander - captain of the 3-th rank I.O. Ivanov, military commissar - senior political instructor S. Ya. Katkov). It was deployed in Tallinn's Mine Harbor, providing submarine exits to combat missions. In the former royal salon, meetings of the Military Council of the Baltic Fleet were held.
    In early July, 1941, together with submarines, moved to Ust-Luga, and then to Leningrad. Since the 1942 of the year, the naval base of the 3-th submarine division. In 1944, it was stationed in Turku and provided combat activities for the submarine brigade.
    In 1954, it was converted into a floating ship, in 1961 in a target ship for testing anti-ship missiles.
    The final fate is unknown (according to some sources, it was sunk during missile tests, according to others - it was scrapped at the beginning of the 1970's. But it's history.
    Displacement (surface / underwater): 3949 t
    Dimensions:
    length - 106,5 m
    width - 13,8 m
    draft - 5,2 m
    Speed: 17 Knots
    Powerplant: 2 x vertical triple expansion steam engines, 2 propellers
    Armament: 4 x 47-mm guns Hotchkiss
    Crew: 349 people, 50 people servants.
    1. Galleon
      Galleon 19 December 2016 14: 35
      +4
      Dear Dekabrist, thanks for the historical background. good I’m sorry that I can’t click on the star of your message twice or thrice. hi
      1. Dekabrist
        Dekabrist 19 December 2016 14: 43
        0
        Thanks for one.
  4. Neputin
    Neputin 19 December 2016 16: 39
    +1
    I am glad that the border fleet is being replenished, but for some reason it seems to me that such ships need more powerful weapons. Maybe it is provided in the concept of "modular design", but nobody says anything about it. All the same, 2700 tons of displacement is serious. It is possible to supply strike weapons and what - no air defense. And then a 57 mm cannon and machine guns. A little bit serious offender, even of the type of a corvette, will drown this PSKR in no time. Maybe I'm wrong? Educate who is in the subject.
  5. Umnichka
    Umnichka 19 December 2016 17: 37
    0
    Since when did a boat with a total displacement of 2 tons become 700st rank ?! Did the supply manager run up the article?
    1. Zibelew
      Zibelew 19 December 2016 18: 03
      0
      Quote: Umnichka
      Since when did a boat with a total displacement of 2 tons become 700st rank ?! Did the supply manager run up the article?

      Please note this ship is NOT for the Navy, but for border guards. The ranks are different there. The 1st rank border patrol ships of the project 22100 “Ocean” are intended for the Coast Guard of the Border Service of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation.
    2. TRex
      TRex 19 December 2016 19: 46
      +1
      He became the first rank because the ice class is up to 80 cm, the range of 12000 miles, simply because it is OKEANSKY. And in cabins for two people - a separate bathroom, hot and cold water - around the clock ... I would have served this myself, but I’ve already gone to the expense, in stock ...