The head BDK project 11711 "Ivan Gren", built at the Baltic shipbuilding plant "Yantar", went to the Baltic Sea, where it resumed the program of state tests, interrupted in December last year for technical reasons- said Mikhailov.
According to Mikhailov, two trips to the sea are planned for the completion of several days each, during which the test team of the plant and the crew of the ship will check the functioning of BDK systems and complexes. The State Acceptance Commission of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation also works on board. State tests are scheduled to be completed by mid-April, after which the ship will be prepared for transfer to the customer.
BDK "Ivan Gren" - the lead ship of project 11711, developed at PJSC "Nevsky Design Bureau". It was laid down by order of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation at the Yantar Shipyard in December 2004, and was launched in May 2012. Factory sea trials began in June 2016. By order of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the Yantar shipbuilding complex is building another ship of project 11711 - BDK Peter Morgunov, which is planned for transfer the fleet at the end of 2018, RIA reports News.