The “Thundering” corvette arrived in the Northern Fleet to undergo state tests

The “Thundering” corvette arrived in the Northern Fleet to undergo state tests

The latest Russian Corvette Project 20385 corvette arrived in the Northern Fleet to undergo state tests. The ship made the inter-naval transition and arrived at the White Sea naval base of the North fleet. This was reported by the press service of the Federation Council.


According to the press service, the corvette built at the Severnaya Verf Shipyard in St. Petersburg has undergone a cycle of factory sea trials and preparations for the state trials in the Baltic Sea. In order to pass state tests, the ship 5 left Baltiysk on November and made an inter-naval transition in difficult weather conditions to the Northern Fleet.

Today, the head corvette of the 20385 project arrived in the White Sea naval base of the Northern Fleet for state tests

- said in a statement.

After passing the state tests, “Thundering” will return to the “Severnaya Verf”, where the ship and all its systems will be revised. After the ceremony of raising the St. Andrew’s flag, the corvette will go to the Pacific Fleet.

The 20385 Project “Thundering” is the lead ship of the series. Laid down in February 2012, launched in June 2017. Construction was delayed due to the non-delivery of German MTU power plants. The corvette was completed with Russian diesel engines 1DDA-12000 of the Kolomensky plant. The unit consists of two 16D49 engines with 6000 horsepower.

The second ship of the Nimble project was laid down in June 2013. Previously planned to build 8 ships for the 2020 year. However, the requirements of the Ministry of Defense to improve the project, the widespread use of imported components (including MTU engines), which fell under the sanctions in 2014, led to the decision to limit the series to two units.

Corvette project 20385 "Thundering" is a further development of the project 20380. Designed for the detection and destruction of surface enemy ships or submarines, organizing the landing of troops, coastal protection, escorting other ships.

Key Features:

• Displacement - 2200 tons.
• Length - 104 m
• Width - 13 m
• Speed ​​- up to 27 nodes
• Navigation range - 3500 miles
• Autonomy - 15 days
• Crew - 99 people.

The armament includes the universal naval rifle complex (UKSK) for the Caliber, Onyx and possibly Zircon, Redut air defense systems, the 100-mm A-190-01 artillery system, two AK-30-mm anti-aircraft artillery systems 630M, as well as anti-submarine complex "Package".

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  1. Saboteur Holuy 13 November 2019 17: 54 New
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    These are all coastal ships, and the Pacific Ocean without a fleet, there are no such ships there ...
    Japan has fleet number 2 in the world ... 7th fleet is only one number 1 in the world!
    1. Borik 13 November 2019 18: 12 New
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      We are such a joy. It is a pity only a series will be of two units.
      1. Saboteur Holuy 13 November 2019 18: 16 New
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        Such quickly drown
        1. Tiksi-3 13 November 2019 18: 28 New
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          Quote: Diversant Holuy
          Such quickly drown

          and how long? ... if only to post nonsense negative
        2. hrych 13 November 2019 22: 59 New
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          Quote: Diversant Holuy
          These are all coastal ships

          By zones:
          Coastal zone, distance from the native coast to 200 miles.
          Near Sea: 200 - 500 miles.
          Far sea zone: - 500 - 1000 miles.
          Ocean zone: - 1000 miles and further.
          The range of the Thundering is 3500 miles. Probably enough logic to determine its status.
          Quote: Diversant Holuy
          Japan has fleet number 2 in the world

          And how many submarines does Japan have? Oh no. How many long-range supersonic missile carriers does Japan have? Oh no. I don’t even ask you about the SSBN. Or is it not a fleet? Naval aviation is part of the Navy. You take into account the AUG wing, take into account the supersonic Aircraft Carrier Killers.
          Quote: Diversant Holuy
          Such quickly drown

          Such kids, but with Caliber attack the enemy for one and a half and more than a thousand kilometers. They do not need to go into the active zone of the enemy’s PKO for an attack, including the combat radius of the AUG Hornets, because our anti-ship missiles strike further, faster and more powerful. Our superiority in RCC is absolute. And try to refute it.
          1. RideMaster 14 November 2019 03: 07 New
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            8 calibers is against the broads of norms. With brlee less available air defense is zero.
            But somehow strange tomahawks of guano and 60 pieces released almost do not bring damage and some get lost, BUT 8 calibers will simply blow it to pieces.
            1. hrych 14 November 2019 04: 22 New
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              Quote: RideMaster
              Strange tomahawks of guano and 60 pieces released almost do not bring damage and some get lost, BUT 8 calibers just blow them all

              First Caliber is not Tomahawk. Only the ZM-14 rocket is an analogue of Tomahawk. The caliber is RCC, there is a torpedo rocket, an analogue of the Waterfall and a depth bomb. RCC there are 2 types, with a supersonic stage and without. But Tomahawk has no RCC modifications, they tried, but failed. So far, only Harpoon, and he is in a duel with Caliber, Onyx, etc., simply nioc. Well, it can compete with Uranus, but no more. Therefore, the destroyer with 60 Tomahawks, but with RCC Harpoon, is almost defenseless against 8 Caliber corvettes with RCC with a supersonic stage. Complete superiority in range, speed and power of anti-ship missiles. Traditionally, our anti-ship missiles also love JabCh. It is almost impossible to intercept a supersonic, small-sized stage, which is creeping near the surface and popping up from the horizon with anti-aircraft maneuvering. But with a nuclear warhead, jumping out of the horizon, she does not need to fly aboard, but she needs to immediately be blown up and the rest will be done by the damaging factors of a nuclear explosion. By ZM-14 and Tomahawk. Again, the United States has relied on a number of highly accurate, but ... non-nuclear KR. We made a bet on a small quantity, but with quality - JBL. In terms of strategic nuclear forces, we have parity with the USA, but with tactical nuclear weapons, the number of our charges exceeds all combined. And US air defense was completely unprepared for a low-altitude breakthrough. There is no ZGRLS, as we have, there are no missile-cannon Shells, etc. Petriot is also against tactical ballistic missiles, but with creeps stalking near the surface. The reason is the Tomahawks, we trained to shoot them, but they didn’t. ZM-14 bypasses the air defense system and does not fly into the target, which, as a rule, is also protected by air defense, and popping up from the horizon ... is undermined, but the kiloton is 150-300. Also our cities in the depths and on the Russian plain. There is no reason to hide (for example, behind mountains) while enveloping the relief. It is necessary to fly over land at an altitude of 50-150 meters, due to trees, power lines and buildings. And the higher, the easier the air defense and flight time from the coast to our centers for subsonic Tomahawks - an hour or two. Their cities on the coast. Over the water, the KR flies at an altitude of 10 meters and even up to 5. Because of the horizon, they jump out at the last moment, the lower the heavier the air defense. Such is the alignment.
            2. hrych 14 November 2019 04: 53 New
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              Those. different geography and different tactics of using almost the same missiles. And geography is for us. As well as the overwhelming advantage of our RCC, in range, speed and power. Range makes it possible to attack without a counter threat, i.e. with impunity. Speed ​​makes it possible if shot simultaneously and even from an equal distance, but our rocket will fly two to three faster. Speed ​​significantly, an order of magnitude complicates the operation of air defense. Well, power, ours is more likely to have YBCh. Also, a land mine, due to speed, flashes a trough better than a subsonic harpoon's dohlyatina. They could not make supersonic anti-ship missiles, and we did already hypersonic. The USSR did not rely on the AUG, but made "Assassins of aircraft carriers", based on air, surface and underwater carriers with supersonic and nuclear anti-ship missiles. The Russian Federation continued this experience and went further. Those. new anti-ship missiles hit faster and further. And RCC Caliber with a supersonic step took all the best from subsonic (compactness and range) and from supersonic (non-interceptibility). This is an ingenious decision. And here the Americans ... are the victims.
          2. Maks7877 14 November 2019 04: 52 New
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            And what about target designation?
            1. hrych 14 November 2019 05: 08 New
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              Quote: Maks7877
              And what about target designation?

              Great. Satellite Liana has 2 Peonies and 2 Lotus. And there will be more. Some in the optical spectrum, others in the radio. The Soviet Legend had a delay of 2 hours, Antei and Tu22 had to adjust the course and flight, and the RCC to rise higher (to make a hill) to capture the target. This reduced efficiency. Now one satellite is leaving the horizon, the second is leaving. There is almost no delay to have real-time coordinates. And our everything is ZGRLS, our Kabanov discovered this phenomenon and it will be applied in air defense, missile defense and anti-ship missiles. Wave and Container see 3000 km, Sunflowers half a thousand from the shore. We have at least 140 communication, tracking, guidance and positioning satellites. In addition to GLONASS and Liana, apparently there is still something closed for us - ordinary people. Also, our target designation was worked out during data exchange between anti-ship missiles, where one of the missiles serves as a guidance function and we also have advances in UAV technologies. AWACS aircraft are also available.
      2. tihonmarine 13 November 2019 18: 29 New
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        Quote: Borik
        We are such a joy. It is a pity only a series will be of two units.

        Normal ship, gentle. We need to observe our borders, and not run across the oceans, think about our state.
        1. hrych 13 November 2019 23: 13 New
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          Quote: tihonmarine
          We need to keep our borders

          Undoubtedly. However, it can sail without refueling for 6500 km (3500 nautical miles) and crash through Los Angeles ZM-14 in the nuclear version. From Vladik to Los Angeles 8870 km. ZM-14 with nuclear warhead flies 2500 km. This is of course hypothetically, but in every joke ... If the Caspian watchdog got such shock and strategic opportunities, what can we say about a decent Corvette with the same Caliber. He is also an aircraft carrier. Aircraft carrier, but maaaalenky wassat Has a helicopter hangar.
          1. tihonmarine 13 November 2019 23: 27 New
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            Quote: hrych
            However, it can sail without refueling at 6500 km (3500 nautical miles) and crash through Los Angeles ZM-14 in the nuclear version.

            Well, in the first place, I doubt what. Imagine a “corvette” baby and without opposition came to LA. A zhahat, that's for sure. I love Russia, but I look really. Sorry did not mean to offend,
            1. hrych 13 November 2019 23: 43 New
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              Firstly, it is hypothetically and almost a joke.laughing Secondly, he walks in neutral waters and does not touch anyone. Thirdly, it does not approach the aircraft, but is suitable for the launch range of the ZM-14 to the aircraft, and this is a third of the ocean.
              Quote: tihonmarine
              Sorry did not mean to offend

              Thundering will deal with you laughing drinks
              1. tihonmarine 14 November 2019 00: 08 New
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                Quote: hrych
                Secondly, he walks in neutral waters and does not touch anyone.

                I understand the word "neutral waters", but what it is, and where I do not understand where they are.
                1. hrych 14 November 2019 00: 12 New
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                  Quote: tihonmarine
                  but what is it

                  Well, it’s more correct, of course, International waters, which are outside the territorial waters laughing
                  1. tihonmarine 14 November 2019 00: 22 New
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                    Quote: hrych
                    Well, it’s more correct, of course, International waters, which are outside the territorial waters

                    And how much is the coast in kilometers and the sea in miles?
                    1. hrych 14 November 2019 00: 25 New
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                      Quote: tihonmarine
                      And how much is the coast in kilometers and the sea in miles?

                      I'm not hired by Wikipedia to work wassat You will google faster than answer me about 12 and 200-mile zones wassat
                      1. tihonmarine 14 November 2019 00: 37 New
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                        Quote: hrych
                        I haven’t been hired by Wikipedia to google faster than to answer me about 12 and 200 mile zones

                        Wikipedia for idiots. And it’s easier to have arithmetic in your mind. What 12 what 200 miles, does not play a role. Just from St. Petersburg to New York about 4000 miles, from Vladik to Frisco as much. Corvette cruising range 3500 miles, this is "Mosinka", frigate "Dragunovka", "Orlan" sniper for specialists. The question is how much does Mosinok need to fight with a company? The same amount for attacking the enemy corvettes.
                      2. hrych 14 November 2019 00: 52 New
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                        Quote: tihonmarine
                        The same amount for attacking the enemy corvettes.

                        The Corvette Rattling with refueling from tankers and in friendly ports, can go to Havana and ... burn Washington laughing one by one. For carries a strategic missile. Also, the Tu-160, alone, can also be refueling, but in the air. Having a strategic KR can and must burn an enemy city and not one. In this sense, the unfortunate corvette, like the Caspian watchtower, becomes the bearer of not only a powerful shock, but also a strategic (of course, of course) complex. This is the meaning of the first Revolution in the Russian fleet. The Second and Great Revolution - Poseidon.
  2. kventinasd 13 November 2019 18: 13 New
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    Quote: Diversant Holuy
    Japan has fleet number 2 in the world.

    Are you an Ippontean?
    1. Vladimir61 13 November 2019 18: 59 New
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      Quote: kventinasd
      Are you an Ippontean?

      No, he's ipponsky
      Holuай
    2. ZAV69 13 November 2019 21: 22 New
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      Quote: kventinasd
      Quote: Diversant Holuy
      Japan has fleet number 2 in the world.

      Are you an Ippontean?

      Look in the same wiki for Japan’s self-defense forces. And compare with the Russian Navy. It will immediately become clear that the way it is
      1. Livonetc 14 November 2019 10: 14 New
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        That is, it is not obvious to you that in the event of serious military aggression of Japan against Russia, there is an almost absolute probability of the transformation of the Japanese islands into lifeless territories?
        But Japan is absolutely obvious.
        "Therefore, they do not bite."
        hi soldier
        1. ZAV69 19 November 2019 00: 37 New
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          To do this, you need a manual with eggs. Now it is. And in the year 24 we will have such a manual? There will be an analogue of a dimon, and take us with your bare hands, especially if our partners stir up a marsh revolution.
  3. Alexey RA 13 November 2019 19: 55 New
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    Quote: Diversant Holuy
    Japan has fleet number 2 in the world ..

    For now. Because the neighbor of Japan is already introducing aircraft carriers and UDC into operation.
    Quote: Diversant Holuy
    .7-fleet is only one number 1 in the world!

    Right now, the 6th Fleet was upset. smile
    1. Saboteur Holuy 13 November 2019 21: 15 New
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      The Japanese have already built 4 helicopter carriers ... In total, 42 F-35B aircraft will be purchased for the needs of the Japanese Armed Forces. Aircraft will be purchased for the purpose of their operation from the decks of light aircraft carriers Izumo and Kaga, which will be converted from helicopter carriers.
      About the 7th Fleet, he is in fact always number one
      With the exception of the headquarters, support departments and the flagship, the Seventh Operational Fleet has no permanent composition. Forces and assets are allocated to it by order of the Naval Operations Headquarters as necessary. Nevertheless, in addition to the forces located in the region on a rotational basis, 21 fleet ships (including the aircraft carrier CVN-73 George Washington) are permanently located at US bases in Japan and Guam.

      In 2007, the Seventh Fleet was the largest forward-based association. It included 50-60 ships of various types, 350 aircraft, as well as 60 sailors and marines.
      1. kventinasd 14 November 2019 02: 59 New
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        Quote: Diversant Holuy
        The Japanese have already built 4 helicopter carriers ... In total, 42 F-35B aircraft will be purchased for the needs of the Japanese Armed Forces. Aircraft will be purchased for the purpose of their operation from the decks of light aircraft carriers Izumo and Kaga, which will be converted from helicopter carriers.
        About the 7th Fleet, he is in fact always number one

        And most importantly, he did not say that this whole thing is covered by a copper basin, planting just one Russian poplar in the territory of a sunny country.
        1. RideMaster 14 November 2019 03: 11 New
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          Yes, it will be dishonest, just a second strong blow and again the Japanese.
  • nPuBaTuP 13 November 2019 17: 59 New
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    7 feet under the keel ...
  • D16
    D16 13 November 2019 18: 12 New
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    God forbid that a full-fledged air defense system with the MF radar "Barrier" turned out!
  • stalki 13 November 2019 18: 42 New
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    led to the decision to limit the series to two units.
    In general, we planned to lay two more, but the question should be decided after the tests of the head one. Can anyone know how things are with this issue?
  • Dart2027 13 November 2019 19: 37 New
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    The weak point of the project 20380 corvettes is their armament - the Uranus complex is pure RCC. But at the same time he has 3 (!) ASGs, an anti-submarine helicopter, and ... 324-mm torpedoes. What is the point of making a ship stuffed with means of detecting submarines and nuclear submarines, but at the same time practically unable to destroy them?
    Project 20385 is armed with a Caliber, which includes anti-submarine missiles, that is, it is a corvette that is really capable of fighting enemy submarines.
    1. Sky strike fighter 13 November 2019 21: 29 New
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      But at the same time he has 3 (!) ASGs, an anti-submarine helicopter, and ... 324-mm torpedoes. What is the point of making a ship stuffed with means of detecting submarines and nuclear submarines, but at the same time practically unable to destroy them?

      Why incapable of destroying them? But what about the Package anti-submarine system and the helicopter that can use APR-3M Grif air-launched anti-submarine missiles?
      1. Dart2027 13 November 2019 22: 37 New
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        But what about the anti-submarine complex "Package"

        Quote: Dart2027
        324 mm torpedoes

        In order to confidently fight submarines, you need to have 533-mm torpedoes, and the “Package” is more of a self-defense weapon for intercepting enemy torpedoes. So it turns out that only a helicopter, which is still flying in the air.
  • Sky strike fighter 13 November 2019 21: 07 New
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    How do you like the capabilities of a promising corvette? Impressive?
    Specialists of FSUE Krylov State Scientific Center are working on a new corvette for the Russian Navy. This was told by the scientific director of the enterprise, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor Valery Polovinkin.


    The employees of the scientific center paid increased attention to the shape of the building, which allows them to spend 20-25% less on the power of the main power plant.


    “In our case, designers can use the won interest to increase the launchers of the same Caliber, the number of which can increase to 24 units while maintaining the size and displacement of the ship,” said Polovinkin.

    In addition, the new form of the hull has increased stability during unrest at sea or in the ocean, reducing water resistance and facilitating control.


    As for the armament of the new corvette, it should receive universal missiles that can strike both surface and ground targets. It will be possible to stop the air attack thanks to 16 anti-aircraft guided long-range missiles, 32 short-range missiles, as well as a 100 mm automatic artillery installation. As protection against submarines of a potential enemy, the 324-mm torpedo tubes “Package” will perform ...
    Source: https://politexpert.net/172837-novaya-forma-korpusa-usilit-perspektivnyi-korvet-rf
    1. RideMaster 14 November 2019 03: 12 New
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      24 without changing the displacement ... and what used to prevent them from putting 24?
  • Mikhail Drabkin 14 November 2019 00: 26 New
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    —8 feet under the keel, successful trials and entering the Red Banner Fleet
    "Thundering"!

    —- Well done shipbuilders and Mytishchi: they created the engine in import substitution and kept the blow despite and in spite of! Congratulations!
  • RideMaster 14 November 2019 03: 05 New
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    Honestly, I don’t get it, but religion simply does not allow writing - a new corvette?