A detachment of ships of the Federation Council arrived on the roadstead of the port of Dickson

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Detachment of ships and supply vessels of the North fleet (SF), led by the large anti-submarine ship Severomorsk, performing a long voyage to the Eastern Arctic, arrived today in the northernmost port of mainland Russia - Dikson, reports Interfax-AVN message of the press service of the Federation Council.

A detachment of ships of the Federation Council arrived on the roadstead of the port of Dickson


Ships and ships anchored in the port roads. In the near future, the crews of the ships will proceed to pass along the Yenisei River to the port of Dudinka. During the transition, the squad has already passed more than 1400 nautical miles,
says release.

Earlier (after the detachment entered the Kara Sea), “the crews conducted a joint training session on the maneuvering of ships and ships during ice wiring — ships and support ships lined up along the wake with all the participants in the cruise set up in accordance with their seafaring capabilities.”

Also with watch officers, navigators and radiometrists classes were conducted on the conditions of navigation in the wake of the Yenisei River.

“The sixth Arctic campaign of the surface forces of the Northern Fleet began on August 10 with the release of the main base of the Northern Fleet city of Severomorsk. The detachment consists of the large anti-submarine ship Severomorsk, the large landing ships Kondopoga, Alexander Otrakovsky and George the Victorious, as well as the support vessels — the tanker Sergey Osipov, the rescue tug Pamir and the sector sector KIL-164 "- reminded the press service.

The first large-scale voyage of the SF ships to the eastern part of the Arctic took place in 2012.
  • Press Service of the Northern Fleet
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  1. +4
    15 August 2017 16: 24
    It’s as if they went to another planet! It’s bad that for us such movements are wild, and not for granted!
    1. +4
      15 August 2017 20: 00
      Yes stop it.
      For the military, this is a curiosity. And for trade - the norm. Dudinka is the port of shipment of Norilsk Nickel. Somewhere 500 km below Dixon. There are such ore carriers that BOD and BDK, like toys. Still, about the same - Igarka is a forest port, sailors go there too. Yenisei is one of our Great Rivers. You will not see - you will not understand. I have seen. In the late 80s, a student in practice sailing in a passenger diesel engine departed Krasnoyarsk-Dudinka.
      1. 0
        16 August 2017 07: 36
        Quote: basal
        At the end of the 80, a student in practice navigating as a sailor in a passenger diesel departed Krasnoyarsk-Dudinka.

        And what was the diesel called Chekhov, Sailors?
        1. +1
          19 August 2017 21: 44
          Anton Rubinstein. Now it seems to be used as an entertainment center. But I don’t know. Since then I have not been to Krasnoyarsk. But on Chekhov and Matrosov my friends went. So they got to Dixon.
      2. +2
        19 August 2017 22: 03
        Quote: basal
        Igarka is a forest port, sailors go there too

        Yes-ah ... Igarka .... "There are miracles, there are convicts roaming around, anarchy sits on the branches ..." wassat The thriller “Hunting for Piranha” by Bushkov is based almost on real events.
        Quote: basal
        I have seen.

        Who was not in Igarka for the export of piloles, he did not see much .... lol I got to the Old Igarka on occasion drinks . Got out through the mud on the way Zil-151. And when I saw the legendary Egor’s store, I almost cried - here’s my ship, here’s my home ... wassat
    2. 0
      15 August 2017 20: 40
      Probably something interesting BDK brought
  2. +1
    15 August 2017 16: 24
    It’s as if they went to another planet! It’s bad that for us such movements are wild, and not for granted!
  3. vch
    +1
    15 August 2017 16: 24
    Wow! A whole flotilla! Demonstration of the flag in our north.
  4. +1
    15 August 2017 16: 30
    I wonder why there are THREE BDK?
    1. +2
      15 August 2017 16: 39
      To ride polar bears! good
    2. +3
      15 August 2017 16: 40
      Oh, I remember, we unloaded the Arkhangelsk motor ship somehow in Dudinka, the KAMAZs are new for building a spare strip for the Buran ... They drove to Alykel on a polar night on a winter road ... Everything went to dust ... Maybe now something useful BDK brought?
    3. +1
      15 August 2017 17: 12
      Quote: quilted jacket
      I wonder why there are THREE BDK?

      So there are no others.
      1. +1
        15 August 2017 17: 44
        Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
        So there are no others.

        Which others?
        1. 0
          16 August 2017 06: 52
          It’s difficult with the ship’s staff, they’re sending not what is needed, but what is
  5. +5
    15 August 2017 16: 47
    Quote: quilted jacket
    I wonder why there are THREE BDK?

    Perhaps they work according to the program of northern delivery, therefore they go to Dudinka - the port and the transport hub (for unloading). Why else BDK - not to drive the same empty?
    1. +1
      15 August 2017 17: 03
      Quote: Galleon
      Perhaps they work according to the program of northern delivery, therefore they go to Dudinka - the port and the transport hub (for unloading). Why else BDK - not to drive the same empty?


      Quote: Expelling Liberoids

      To ride polar bears! good

      Maybe so smile
  6. +1
    16 August 2017 07: 33
    Quote: basal
    Still, about the same - Igarka is a forest port, sailors go there too.

    It has long been no longer a forest port, so a marina of local importance, but once yes, Igarka was a seaport, although it is located on the Yenisei.
    Quote: alkor
    They drove to Alykel on a polar night on a winter road ...

    Here you drove a little. What is a winter road? It seemed to you. From the city and the seaport of Dudinka to the airport "Alykel" a quite decent asphalt road. Perhaps after the blizzard and were on it
    changes, but certainly not a "winter road". I myself live there, so I know what it is about. And “Kondopoga” and “Otrakovsky” already came to Dudinka last year. The spectacle was enchanting when ramps were thrown right onto the shore and equipment went under its own power. A battalion of marines was landed, in the area of ​​the Alykel a / p, there is a former town of pilots called the "dead city", a week was held to repel terrorists. Preparing Norilsk Nickel to defend, a strategic enterprise.
    1. 0
      24 August 2017 11: 11
      Here I lived, in this dead city ... And they drove on the winter road, I know everything about asphalt)) And believe me, for 4 years I learned to distinguish the winter road from the winter road.)) But why not on the asphalt, the commanders need ask. "Kirovets" in front and "Kirovets" behind. A little soldier will fly off the road, the Kirovets will go round the convoy, shake it where necessary, and pull the typewriter ... Then Alykel only flourished ((And it was not only pilots, but also builders to a large extent.

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