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To the place of the "museum" parking: the destroyer "Restless" is towed to Kronstadt

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Sea tugboats Anatoly Ptitsyn and MB-119 ahead of schedule transported the repaired destroyer Worstless from Baltiysk to Kronstadt, reports RIA News Baltic press service message fleet.




Earlier it became known that the Baltic shipbuilding plant "Yantar" repaired and transferred to the Baltic Fleet destroyer "Restless", which is destined to become a museum exhibit.

Sea tugs Anatoly Ptitsyn and MB-119, ahead of schedule, completed a towing operation in Kronstadt to the place of eternal rest of the destroyer Restless,
says release.

It is reported that the ship, accompanied by tugs out of Baltiysk 10 May. From the auxiliary fleet about 70 people were involved in this transition.

According to the press service, "the destroyer carried out work on the repair of the underwater part of the ship, dismantling the propeller shafts, sealing and painting the hull."

The “Restless” squadron destroyer (956 project) was built at the Zhdanov plant (“Severnaya Verf” plant) in St. Petersburg, joined the fleet in 1992 year. The length of the ship is 156 meters, the width is 17 meters, the total displacement is 8 thousand tons, the autonomy of navigation is 30 days.
Photos used:
Kronstadt press service / Andrey Krasnobaev
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  1. aszzz888
    aszzz888 13 May 2018 13: 32
    +5
    The Yantar plant repaired and handed over to the Baltic Fleet the destroyer Destructive, which was destined to become a museum exhibit.

    This torpedo boat did not suffer the fate of being cut into needles. good
    1. maxim947
      maxim947 13 May 2018 13: 45
      +9
      A beautiful ship, the most to the museum, it’s a pity that nothing of this class is changing, the Leader has to wait a long time. Only a couple of pieces of this project remained - 956 (A), and 4 out of four on the go, but in China.
    2. svp67
      svp67 13 May 2018 14: 56
      +1
      Quote: aszzz888
      This torpedo boat did not suffer the fate of being cut into needles.

      And great. better late than never. We have very beautiful warships and they are worth it to become, over time, museum exhibits. Since behind their beautiful, formidable view stands HISTORY. History of Russia as a GREAT maritime power
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 13 May 2018 18: 06
        +5
        son is glad that the destroyer will live .. photo 2010
  2. BZTM
    BZTM 13 May 2018 13: 32
    +14
    It’s a pity ... I stood with him in the same harbor ... He fought with his team after a football match –washed ... I'm aging eyes, in a wet place ... hi
    1. ANCIENT
      ANCIENT 13 May 2018 13: 40
      +4
      Alexy - hi maybe God will give, we will live to see the new destroyers built in our country, and for our own fleet! !! drinks
      1. Seaflame
        Seaflame 13 May 2018 14: 20
        +2
        If only I could see a good series of frigates of the Admiral Gorshkov type ...
    2. sabakina
      sabakina 13 May 2018 13: 46
      +14
      A museum is good, but ... 1992 ... 26 years in total. Is it too early? And so the ships are not enough ....
      1. BZTM
        BZTM 13 May 2018 13: 50
        +3
        For the Ship, this is already age, Glory ... They die before people ........

        MPK-105 - Project 1331M small anti-submarine ship.

        PLACE OF BASING
        Baltic Fleet

        CONSTRUCTION, NAME
        The ship was laid down at the Peene-Werft shipyard in Wolgast (GDR) on December 30, 1985, launched on November 20, 1986, and entered the fleet on May 19, 1988.

        MILESTONES
        In 1990, 1992 and 1993, as part of the KPUG, he became the owner of the Navy Civil Aviation Prize.

        Decommissioned in 2014. hi
        1. sabakina
          sabakina 13 May 2018 13: 53
          +1
          Well so be it. At least you can see it yourself and show the children. hi
        2. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
          Andrei from Chelyabinsk 13 May 2018 14: 03
          +5
          Quote: BZTM
          For the Ship, this is already age, Glory.

          Generally not age. Destroyer able to serve 35-40 years
          1. BZTM
            BZTM 13 May 2018 14: 14
            +4
            RџSЂRё due care... And we have something there is no desire to support the life of the ships ...
            Fleet to be!!!
          2. Captain Pushkin
            Captain Pushkin 13 May 2018 16: 06
            +3
            Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
            Quote: BZTM
            For the Ship, this is already age, Glory.

            Generally not age. Destroyer able to serve 35-40 years

            Radar, sonar, communications, missile weapons - all this is aging rapidly. 26 years old, this is another era. Plus, Ukrainian gas turbines, it’s not realistic for us to maintain combat readiness now.
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 14 May 2018 00: 26
              +2
              Radar, sonar, communications, missile weapons - all this is aging rapidly.

              And relatively easy to change when upgrading
              Plus Ukrainian gas turbines

              What are you saying
              Destroyer destroyer "Restless" (project 956)

              There are no 956 Ukrainian gas turbines, exactly like Russian and Chinese and American. There are generally no gas turbines, this is firstly.
              And secondly, even if they were there, they should be repaired and maintained in any case, because a little less than all the ships that are in use in the Russian Navy go to them.
        3. Seaflame
          Seaflame 13 May 2018 14: 31
          +7
          Yes, age ... But still, ships of the 2nd rank can be safely maintained for 30 years. Their energy installation is problematic ... I think this is the main reason
      2. donavi49
        donavi49 13 May 2018 13: 59
        +14
        He is a corpse without options. There is no energy.

        In fact, they retained energy only at Bystryi in the Pacific Fleet. He is the only one who is less reliable.
        Ushakov (SF) - has problems, but is released into the near zone. The ship is alive, but limited.
        Persistent (BF) - ceremonial flagship. In tow to the line and back home. Energy is very limited live.

        The idea to repair Burny at the Pacific Fleet - in fact, failed.

        It’s not an age here - the matter is the poor choice of energy in the design. That is, in the hunger years - turbine BODs are even older, they lived normally (yes, the same sharp-witted one, for example - grandfather and he are normal). We went a bit, but what will happen to the turbines? And the task of burning a turbine is hand-wise, rather complicated, requires high skill in hand-wiring not only for a few people, but for the whole shift. With boilers, everything is simpler - the water treatment failed, and that’s all, we arrived. They scored for prevention - we arrived. They scored tubes detection (it’s still an undertaking) and arrived for the current urgent repair / replacement of individual elements.

        Bottom line - almost all boiler ships died very quickly, as soon as there was no money and discipline collapsed.

        The Chinese now have some boiler solutions (automation of a number of processes and control). And they are relatively fine. But they have a lot of money in the fleet. Plus, traditional for the Chinese diligence - if a parameter is required in the manual, then it will squeeze it out and until it squeezes it out, it will not proceed to the next step. Unlike traditionally ours, it’s okay, we’ll start it now, but it’ll probably come at that time, here you can save a chemistry package well, etc.
        1. Hire
          Hire 13 May 2018 14: 39
          +6
          Quote: donavi49
          Clogged pipe defect

          You’ll get the hell out of the pipes in the steam generator and in the factory. And what can we say about the defect on the ship ...
        2. Vita vko
          Vita vko 13 May 2018 14: 45
          +2
          Quote: donavi49
          With boilers, everything is simpler - the water treatment failed, and that’s all, we arrived. They scored for prevention - we arrived. They scored tubes detection (it’s still an undertaking) and arrived for the current urgent repair / replacement of individual elements.

          All this speaks of the low qualification of the engineering and technical staff of the fleet, which seems to be equated by the leadership with the "engineers". If engineer officers, like in aviation or air defense, had at least some privileges, then the attitude would be different, and the state of technology would be much better. A vocation is a wonderful thing, but stupid commanders and a navigator can ruin any talent in the bud.
  3. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 13 May 2018 13: 39
    +2
    Good fate for the ship. Not dismantled for metal - already good laughing
  4. alstr
    alstr 13 May 2018 13: 42
    +2
    Finally, they began to save at least something. There would be more such exhibits. It would be nice to have such museums in every fleet.
  5. ANCIENT
    ANCIENT 13 May 2018 13: 42
    +2
    And our last project, in my opinion, 995, I can be wrong, can not be modernized, and returned to service? ??
    1. Berkut154
      Berkut154 13 May 2018 13: 48
      0
      Two numbers guessed right laughing laughing laughing
      Em pr 956
    2. Every
      Every 13 May 2018 13: 58
      0
      Quote: ANCIENT
      And our last project, in my opinion, 995, I can be wrong, can not be modernized, and returned to service? ??

      956, etc. I myself do not understand why it can not be returned to duty. It entered the system in 1992, not so old. Compared with others, we still have much older ships. And here is the museum. Ships are already sorely lacking. Especially 1st rank.
      1. donavi49
        donavi49 13 May 2018 14: 08
        +4
        At the 12 Pacific Fleet, they have been trying to pump out Burney for years - who has a booty with boilers, but rather limited. The result is a cold corpse. This Bes deceased - with boilers, everything is very bad. There is no real opportunity to pump out.

        In fact, 3x956 (while only the Fast is really lively, Ushakov is worse - but conditionally running in the near zone, and Persistent - everything is bad, in the front line, very, very conditionally lively - the first in the queue to reserve 2 categories) and 1 is suspended (Stormy - and I want to, there nevertheless the ship itself was patched up solidly since the 2005 year in repair, and it can’t be), the rest are in the cemetery (Bes is in the mausoleum).
  6. Professor
    Professor 13 May 2018 13: 43
    +7
    This is good news. That is the end that warships should wait for. good
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 13 May 2018 16: 58
      0
      And you can’t argue
  7. Kotegsib
    Kotegsib 13 May 2018 13: 47
    0
    Great ship, more of these.
  8. Evil 55
    Evil 55 13 May 2018 13: 56
    +2
    Put a couple of “Boreevs” back in the museum .. The vessel should still live and live, serve and serve, and they will show it to the window, to show the pioneers ...
    1. san4es
      san4es 13 May 2018 14: 03
      +6
      Quote: Evil 55
      .... show the pioneers ...

      Jul 25 2017 year
  9. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 13 May 2018 14: 00
    +5
    Well .. Put on an eternal joke .. And then yesterday, when he was being towed by tugs, the Balts, watching this, boiled water with boiling water .. And he went on a museum retirement, on an extreme trip ..
  10. Guru
    Guru 13 May 2018 14: 03
    0
    Lord forum users explain. What kind of merits did he have for the eternal riser, why is he better than other ships that have served their resources, in what heroic campaigns did he participate? And now, for its museum services, material resources to spend? AURORA -I understand this is a historical cruiser, but here ???? belay
    Destroyer destroyer (project 656) was built at the Zhdanov plant (Severnaya Verf shipyard) in St. Petersburg, and joined the fleet in 1992.
    1. san4es
      san4es 13 May 2018 14: 15
      +2
      Quote: Guru
      ... what heroic campaigns did he participate in ?,

      , fellow ... In 1994, the destroyer "Restless" as part of the KMG won the Prize of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy. From October 10 to 20, the destroyer provided the visit of the Queen of England to St. Petersburg, for which he was awarded a diploma of the President of Russia. May 23, 1995 on the destroyer there was an incident with the explosion of a cartridge in the barrel of the AK-630. In the same year, the ship took part in the Baltops-1995 exercises. June 3, 1995 arrived in Aarhus (Denmark), June 6 was in a joint voyage with the American frigate Taylor and the Danish patrol ship Hvidbjerner in the Kattegat Strait. The next day, he worked with the U-26 German submarine, on June 8, performed artillery fire at sea (the target was hit), worked on the conditionally “emergency” submarine, went to Gdynia on June 9, and returned to the base on June 20 from the exercises. At the end of the year he was recognized as the best ship in the formation. soldier
      hi ... "Restless" was the flagship during the Baltops-96 exercise. In July – August 1996, he made a gathering campaign as part of the KMG: he participated in exercises to support the landing and in the subsequent air defense exercises with the reflection of seven target missiles. According to the results of 1996, the destroyer "Restless" as part of the KMG with the destroyer "Persistent" won the Prize of the Navy Commander-in-Chief for artillery preparation. June 12, 1997 the ship went to sea on the exercises "Baltops-97"; June 14, he arrived in Gdynia, where he worked with the Polish submarine Ozhel. He participated in 30 episodes of the exercises, and on June 20 paid a visit to Kiel. At the end of the year, the destroyer took first place in the Navy in artillery and anti-aircraft training. In the period from July 4 to July 24, 1998, “Restless” under the flag of Admiral V. Egorov paid visits to Plymouth (England), Zeebrugge (Belgium), Den Helder (Holland). In this case, the ship passed 3000 nautical miles. soldier
      https://pikabu.ru/story/yesminets_quotbespokoynyi
      yquot_5686851
      1. Seaflame
        Seaflame 13 May 2018 14: 28
        +1
        And that sailor in white what’s the name?)
        1. san4es
          san4es 13 May 2018 15: 52
          +2
          Quote: Seaflame
          And that sailor in white what’s the name?)

          ...Stephen wink soldier
        2. Captain Pushkin
          Captain Pushkin 13 May 2018 16: 12
          +2
          Quote: Seaflame
          And that sailor in white what’s the name?)

          Usually: "Hey, come here!"
      2. Guru
        Guru 13 May 2018 19: 14
        0
        What kind of nonsense are you writing? Himself ashamed?
      3. Navigator
        Navigator 14 May 2018 00: 41
        +2
        "On May 23, 1995, an incident occurred on the destroyer with the explosion of a cartridge in the barrel of the AK-630." Where did you dig this nonsense? I served on this destroyer for 14 years and left the position of commander of the BS-2. And I didn’t notice any explosions there. And he began to serve in 1993. Drink less Coca-Cola at night.
        1. Serg65
          Serg65 14 May 2018 06: 37
          +3
          Quote: Navigator
          Drink less Coca-Cola at night.

          what Bychek, why are you so angry?
        2. san4es
          san4es 14 May 2018 08: 50
          +1
          Quote: Navigator
          Where did you dig this nonsense? ,

          .... Look here. follow the link:
          https://yandex.ru/search/?text=%2023%20мая%201995
          %20года%20на%20эсминце%20произошёл%20инцидент%20с
          %20взрывом%20патрона%20в%20стволе%20АК-630&cl
          id = 2270457 & banerid = 6101003010% 3A1817713770471
          111577 & win = 271 & lr = 51
          I served on this destroyer for 14 years and left the position of commander of the BS-2. And I didn’t notice any explosions there.

          request ...It happens
          Drink less Coca-Cola at night.

          ... I do not drink this muck - you froze garbage.
    2. Moore
      Moore 13 May 2018 15: 03
      +4
      Quote: Guru
      What kind of merits did he have for the eternal riser, why is he better than other ships that have served their resources, in what heroic campaigns did he participate?

      It is not only a matter of heroism. In Kronstadt, the construction of the next Patriot Park is underway - now with marine features. In fact, the destroyer was lucky, it was decommissioned to the place.
      Perhaps we will still see there other ships worthily retiring.
  11. Stoler
    Stoler 13 May 2018 14: 16
    0
    It is not very pleasant to read and know that "dismantling the propeller shafts" - How to castrate a cat WHY ????? And nefig here about the "resistance and streamlining" !!! NOT OKAY !!!!
    1. Beby
      Beby 13 May 2018 15: 08
      +1
      I dare to suggest that for sealing - so that in operation the floating museum was cheaper. It is possible that something else was also dismantled during this "sealing" (for example, screw-steering columns, etc.).
    2. Captain Pushkin
      Captain Pushkin 13 May 2018 16: 14
      0
      Quote: Stoler
      It is not very pleasant to read and know that "dismantling the propeller shafts" - How to castrate a cat WHY ????? And nefig here about the "resistance and streamlining" !!! NOT OKAY !!!!

      Brass screws, good money.
  12. XXXIII
    XXXIII 13 May 2018 14: 23
    +1
    A good floating PU in the form of a museum, you need more of these museums .... laughing
  13. Seaflame
    Seaflame 13 May 2018 14: 26
    +1
    The ships of this project look beautiful and elegant!
  14. Beby
    Beby 13 May 2018 15: 18
    +1
    Destroyer destroyer "Restless" (project 656 )

    Error in the project number: should be: "Project 956".
  15. dgonni
    dgonni 13 May 2018 15: 45
    +1
    Ahrenet! The ship did not serve the museum in fact and was actually 21 years old :(. But in fact, taking into account the dashing nineties and sludge at the berths, I didn’t go to the sea in fact. I don’t understand. fact. The fact remains that one of the youngest ships goes to the museum :(.
    1. Seaflame
      Seaflame 13 May 2018 15: 57
      +2
      Yes ... The unsuccessful design of the power plant (congenital heart disease) and the life span is sharply reduced ((
    2. cast iron
      cast iron 13 May 2018 16: 15
      +2
      What the people wanted in 1991 was what they got. Snickers, jeans and freedom.
  16. I am Russian
    I am Russian 13 May 2018 17: 01
    +1
    What museum value from him? Isn't it better to send it for re-melting for a new ship? And call the same name.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 13 May 2018 18: 10
      +3
      Quote: I am Russian
      What museum value from him? Isn't it better to send it for re-melting for a new ship? And call the same name.

      Isn't it better for you to go on foot erotic journey ...
      1. I am Russian
        I am Russian 14 May 2018 06: 35
        0
        Are you broadcasting directly from this place on this site?
        Do not be distracted, continue to do what you do there.
  17. pacific
    pacific 13 May 2018 17: 30
    +5
    Good news!
    I served on the 6th building of the EM "Battle". It will be necessary to reduce the son - to show where and how his folder served. soldier
  18. Ivan Tarava
    Ivan Tarava 13 May 2018 21: 26
    0
    Decent retirement.
  19. Georges Pompidou
    Georges Pompidou 14 May 2018 00: 03
    0
    Quote: svp67
    Quote: aszzz888
    This torpedo boat did not suffer the fate of being cut into needles.

    And great. better late than never. We have very beautiful warships and they are worth it to become, over time, museum exhibits. Since behind their beautiful, formidable view stands HISTORY. History of Russia as a GREAT maritime power

    90% of the fleet can already become museum exhibits. What is the joy here?
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 14 May 2018 06: 40
      0
      Quote: Georges Pompidou
      Quote: svp67
      Quote: aszzz888
      This torpedo boat did not suffer the fate of being cut into needles.

      And great. better late than never. We have very beautiful warships and they are worth it to become, over time, museum exhibits. Since behind their beautiful, formidable view stands HISTORY. History of Russia as a GREAT maritime power

      90% of the fleet can already become museum exhibits. What is the joy here?

      judging by the flag of yours, Azerbaijan ...