In St. Petersburg, launched the second "Varshavyanka" for Pacific Fleet

In St. Petersburg, launched the second "Varshavyanka" for Pacific Fleet

The second "Varshavyanka" for the Pacific fleet launched into the water. The ceremonial launch of the Volkhov diesel-electric submarine took place at the Admiralty Shipyards in St. Petersburg. This was reported by the press service of the enterprise.


Present at the ceremony, the commander of the Primorsky Flotilla of the diverse forces of the Pacific Fleet, which will include the Volkhov diesel-electric missile forces, Vladimir Yakushev thanked the workers of the enterprise.

Your work strengthens the power of the Navy (...) Crews are ready for combat use and operation of these submarines

- he said.

DEPL "Volkhov" is the second submarine of the type "Varshavyanka" in the series, which is being built for the Pacific Fleet. Laid on the same day as the head of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky diesel-electric submarine - July 28, 2017. The lead submarine for the Pacific Fleet has already been accepted into the Russian Navy after passing state tests and in early 2020 will be transferred to the place of service.

The contract for the construction of a series of six “Varshavyanka” for the Pacific Fleet was signed by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and the “Admiralty Shipyards” in September 2016. DEPLs belong to the third generation of diesel-electric submarines. As previously reported by the Ministry of Defense, some changes were made to the design of submarines to improve their tactical and technical data.

The length of the submarine is 73 meters, width - 10 meters, the maximum immersion depth - 300 meters, underwater speed - 20 knots, autonomy - 45 days. Crew - 52 person. The submarines are armed with six 533 mm caliber torpedo tubes, mines and Caliber rocket launchers.
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  1. GKS 2111 26 December 2019 12: 12 New
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    Good news! Let the number of dives equal the number of dives!
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    2. knn54 26 December 2019 14: 21 New
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      "Lada" no, take the "Varshavyanka"
    3. gunnerminer 27 December 2019 11: 35 New
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      Hurray! It takes as many units of this simple project as possible. Especially at KTOF, taking into account the current situation, ensuring the PLO fleet bases.
  2. Marconi41 26 December 2019 12: 28 New
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    The increase in the grouping of submarines in Kamchatka is certainly pleasing. The protection of the "Hornet's Nest" is long overdue. There OVR ships once or twice and miscalculated.
    1. rich 26 December 2019 12: 55 New
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      DEPL project 636 "Varshavyanka"

      Main characteristics
      Ship Type Multipurpose DEPL
      Designation of the 636 project “Varshavyanka”
      Codification of NATO "Improved Kilo"
      Speed ​​(surface) 11 - 17 knots
      Speed ​​(underwater) 18 - 20 knots
      Working immersion depth 240 m
      Ultimate immersion depth 300 m
      Autonomy of swimming 45 days
      Crew 52 people (including 12 officers)
      Cost of $ 300 million for export (2009)
      dimensions
      Surface displacement 2 t
      Underwater displacement 3 t
      The length is the greatest
      (on design waterline) 73,8 m
      The width of the body naib. 9,9 m
      Average draft
      (on design waterline) 6,2 m
      Power point
      Electric:

      2 diesel generator by 1000 kW,
      main motor 5500 hp
      190 horsepower electric motor,
      two standby motors per 102 hp
      Mover - one seven-blade low-speed propeller
      weaponry
      Torpedo
      mine armament 6 nasal TA caliber 533 mm, normally charged, with automatic loading, 18 torpedoes (6 in TA) or 24 mines
      Missile armament 4 [4] × KR "Caliber": PKR 3M54K, 3M54K1, 91R1 (for export 3M54KE, 3M54KE1, 91RE1), to destroy ground targets 3M14K (for export 3M14KE) instead of part of the torpedoes
      Air defense MANPADS "Strela-3" or Igla, Igla-S, Willow 8 SAM
      1. antivirus 26 December 2019 17: 48 New
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        The length of the submarine is 73 meters, width - 10 meters,

        for trolling-- "even a little bit, even a teaspoon is already good," and 73 m is a small spoon?
        moving forward and up is difficult given.
        it’s not a trifle in my pockets to rub
        (and cons for a spoon)


        diverted a soul.
    2. Cro-Magnon 27 December 2019 06: 05 New
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      In Kamchatka there are only a couple of units. The bulk in Vladivostok.
  3. New Year day 26 December 2019 12: 51 New
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    Can not but rejoice! I wonder how to get to the Pacific Fleet?
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  5. Lord of the Sith 26 December 2019 13: 10 New
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    As promised on time!
  6. locos 26 December 2019 13: 35 New
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    Could name the city from the Far East. Where is the Volkhov, and where is the Pacific Fleet.
    1. vanavatny 26 December 2019 14: 00 New
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      maybe so, or maybe this emphasizes the fact that the country is huge and united and there is no difference who will come to the defense from where, and the following cannot be missed: we often don’t understand how and why weapons are called, it’s not bad and not good, it’s just sometimes it’s not clear and funny (Kapustnik, Natasha, Pinocchio, Shoe, Ball, Cornflower ...) it seems that at the design stage they fix the working name
  7. 89625588851 26 December 2019 14: 13 New
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    Beauties! How hot cakes are stamped)))
  8. Warrior-80 26 December 2019 14: 40 New
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    I found that Old Varshovyanka can float up to 12 thousand km without surfacing, it is clearly more than 10 days. New German eyeliner for Turkey with VNEU, 10 days in underwater positions, well, nafik need it
    1. rudolff 26 December 2019 14: 55 New
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      Without surfacing to the surface, but to the periscope under the RDP.
  9. Snake catcher 26 December 2019 16: 35 New
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    Such news has become commonplace in Russia! Of course it's too early to shout cheers, but rearmament is increasing turnover. hi
  10. Podvodnik 26 December 2019 16: 47 New
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    Quote: Rich
    dimensions
    Surface displacement 2 t
    Underwater displacement 3 t

    Now imagine the size of the nuclear powered ship: The volume of only one (largest) compartment is comparable to the displacement of the entire Varshavyanka.
  11. anfreezer 26 December 2019 17: 18 New
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    Some time ago, the news of the launch of a new submarine was accompanied by dozens, if not hundreds of comments ... And now ?! winked ..Normal, routine of the military-industrial complex wink
    1. Aerodrome 26 December 2019 18: 37 New
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      Quote: anfreezer
      Some time ago, the news of the launch of a new submarine was accompanied by dozens, if not hundreds of comments ... And now ?! winked ..Normal, routine of the military-industrial complex wink

      the project is already "not of the first freshness", inferior to competitors, why "toss bonnets into the air?"
  12. Victor March 47 26 December 2019 17: 32 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    Can not but rejoice! I wonder how to get to the Pacific Fleet?

    What about the Northern Sea Route? And the most powerful icebreaker fleet in the world? Why do we need the way of Admiral Rozhestvensky and the Second Far Eastern squadron?
  13. bars1 26 December 2019 19: 08 New
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    ,, Varshavyanka "is certainly not super, but better than nothing ...