The latest Corvette corvette has completed state trials

The latest Corvette corvette has completed state trials

The head corvette of the project 20385 “Thundering” has successfully completed state tests at the marine ranges of the North fleet and is preparing for the inter-naval transition to the Baltic Sea. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Defense.


According to the Ministry of Defense, the corvette will make an inter-naval transition to the Baltic, where it will return to the Northern Shipyards to conduct an audit of the ship and all its systems. If nothing has changed, the raising of the Andreevsky flag and the transition of the ship to the Pacific Fleet will take place in the near future.

Earlier it was reported that the “Thundering” will be part of the Navy until the end of 2019, but in the future it was decided to continue its tests, which took place in the White Sea. Tests resumed after January 10, the corvette conducted torpedo firing. The final step was the development of the towing of the ship, for which the SB-523 rescue vessel was activated last week.

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.

It is a further development of the 20380 project. Designed to detect and destroy surface enemy ships or submarines, organize landing, guard the coastal zone, escort other ships.

Corvette displacement - 2200 tons, length - 104 m, width - 13 m, speed - up to 27 knots, cruising 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. Mavrikiy 21 January 2020 16: 29 New
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    The latest Corvette corvette has completed state trials
    Well, the name was also honored, in the tradition of the Navy. The issue of obtaining the guards banner. The banner passed by inheritance.
    1. Orkraider 21 January 2020 16: 36 New
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      hi

      And in project 20385, it looks complete, just handsome.
      Ehhh, it would be the reality of the words of Igor Korolev about the launch of a series of 10 ships 20380 on the shipyard.
      I really want to wink
      Speaking on December 26, 2019 at the laying ceremony at the Amur Shipbuilding Plant PJSC (Shipyard, part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, the Ussuriysk small missile ship, project 22800 (code "Karakurt") with the factory No. 204, Rear Admiral Igor Korolev, deputy commander of the Pacific Fleet for armaments, said, in particular:

      "Perhaps the outgoing year was not rich in the delivery of new ships, but the third ship laid for construction for the Pacific Fleet certainly indicates that this plant can handle any series of orders. Including ten corvettes of project 20380, which are so necessary for our fleet in the Pacific Ocean. I think this will be a good gift for you, and there will be rhythmic and well-coordinated work for the whole plant "
      1. Sandor Clegane 21 January 2020 17: 44 New
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        Quote: Orkraider
        Igor Korolev’s words about launching a series of 10 ships 20380 at the NEA.

        Yes, the series is needed both in the Pacific Fleet and the Northern Fleet, and it is not 20385 (6).
        1. Orkraider 21 January 2020 17: 59 New
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          Quote: Sandor Clegane
          Quote: Orkraider
          Igor Korolev’s words about launching a series of 10 ships 20380 at the NEA.

          Yes, the series is needed both in the Pacific Fleet and the Northern Fleet, and it is not 20385 (6).


          We talked about 20380))) so if a contract is concluded, it will be fine.
          And by 20386 the same attitude makes the situation angry and annoying.
          1. Hunter 2 21 January 2020 18: 22 New
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            Let's hope that the contract will be! In the meantime, we will rejoice at the Thundering! CTOF is looking forward to it! We are waiting for the raising of the St. Andrew's Flag and departure to the duty station!
            My Congratulations to the Commander of the Ship and the Crew for successfully passing the State Tests good !
      2. bayard 21 January 2020 21: 32 New
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        If the news about the upcoming order for the NEA is true, very good. The latest modification of the 20380 got rid of its previous shortcomings, the RLC from 20385 and the integration of the air strike for the Kyrgyz Republic added combat capabilities for air defense and anti-aircraft defense (the possibility of using missile torpedoes). If only the NEA went into rhythmic work and built ships in an acceptable time frame.
        It would be nice to add speeds up to 30 knots, but there are no more powerful diesels yet ...
        1. Orkraider 21 January 2020 21: 35 New
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          I want to believe and hope, but so far, apart from rear admiral, there has been no more confirmation from anyone. Like rebuttals in general. request
          1. bayard 21 January 2020 21: 42 New
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            I think they will confirm. The shipyard cannot build anything apart from this type of corvette, but it is already coping with this (corvette), and 10 copies plus those that have already been built and are being built are precisely the needs of the Pacific Fleet for this type of ship. So what was said is apparently not a sound empty.
    2. GKS 2111 21 January 2020 17: 01 New
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      Well, the name was also honored, in the tradition of the Navy. The issue of obtaining the guards banner. The banner passed by inheritance.
      The Guards flag still had to be earned, "by inheritance" this glorious flag never passed to anyone. In order for the ship to raise the Guards (formerly St. George) flag above itself, it was necessary to perform, for example, a similar feat

      1. Mavrikiy 21 January 2020 17: 07 New
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        Aplomb of the ignorant is a reliable thing, but until the time the ignoramus begins to carry nonsense.
        Brig "Mercury" received the St. George flag, it is known to all. And you do not enlighten, for what feats he received the cruiser "Memory of Mercury"? A similar question on the pair "Azov" and "Memory of Azov"
        The guards flags of their predecessors are already carried by several modern ships of the Russian Navy.
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  2. midshipman 21 January 2020 16: 51 New
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    And today is V.I. Lenin
    1. Victor_B 21 January 2020 16: 56 New
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      Stone to stone, brick to brick -
      Our Lenin Vladimir Ilyich has died!

      I feel sorry for the worker, and I feel sorry for:
      A good heart is buried in the ground ...

      Uncle Volodya! We will grow up
      Take the red banner in our hands! ..
      1. Romka 21 January 2020 21: 10 New
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        A good heart is buried in the earth ... [quote] [/ quote] We don’t know something?
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    3. Victor_B 21 January 2020 18: 43 New
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      Quote: midshipman
      And today is V.I. Lenin

      Lord!
      But who does Lenin give rest to on his memory day?
      Why are there so many minuses?
      Is there really so many liberals on the site?
    4. Sergey S. 21 January 2020 22: 27 New
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      Quote: midshipman
      And today is V.I. Lenin

      Thank you for reminding.

      Family worked ... honored.
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  4. Luty 21 January 2020 16: 57 New
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    It is unfortunate that the series will not continue. Maybe one more will reach all. But it took into account all the wishes and experience from the operation of 20380. But 20386 is still when and what will happen? And most importantly, how much?
    1. mark1 21 January 2020 17: 31 New
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      It seems that they were going to continue the series with two more ships (at least in the 17th they declared this) according to the results of the head tests.
      1. Luty 21 January 2020 17: 56 New
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        In the metal is another one.
        1. mark1 21 January 2020 18: 01 New
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          Duck promised it in the 17th (2 laid + 2 more), and now it’s the 20th. could change your mind during this time.
          1. bayard 21 January 2020 21: 49 New
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            It seems that they really changed their minds - at the end of last year, the unfinished building was taken out of the boathouse, freeing up space for laying the future 22350+. They will either wait for more powerful diesel engines for power plants (the current speed of 27 knots is extremely insufficient), or the latest version 20380 with a radar control system from 20385 and integrated UVP for the KR instead of Uranus will be happy.
            But 20380 GEMs are weak too - 28 nodes for hunting enemy submarines will not be enough ...
  5. knn54 21 January 2020 16: 57 New
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    The ships of the next project (20386.) will be made entirely from domestic units and components.
  6. Demagogue 21 January 2020 16: 59 New
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    Under 20 billion for a boat in the near zone without a towed gus. Without air defense. Another self-propelled barge with calibers. And why is this 100 mm gun a mystery at all.
    1. bayard 21 January 2020 22: 23 New
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      Quote: Demagogue
      without towed gus. Without air defense

      Well, why mislead people?
      PLO armament:
      - GAS "Dawn-2"
      - towed GAS "Minotaur-M"
      - omitted GAS "Anapa-M".
      Air defense:
      - RLC "Barrier" (4 canvases AFAR)
      - SAM "Redoubt"
      - 2 AU AK-630M.
      The only thing he lacks is speed. That's why we limited ourselves to the construction of 2 copies. They will wait for the power plant with new, more powerful diesel engines (32 l / s on two shafts, now - 000 l / s). Well, the price of course, which is not surprising with such a dense armament of such a small ship. In the case of the construction of a large series, the price will decrease (excluding inflation), but most likely it was decided to build 23 coats on the NEA, upgraded to the level of 320 - Zaslon radar station instead of Furke and UVP under the Kyrgyz Republic instead of Uranus + a similar HAK.
      So the latest version of 20380 is quite on the level and the only drawback is the speed of 28 knots. However, with new diesels this problem can be solved.
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        mvg 21 January 2020 23: 22 New
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        which is not surprising with such a dense armament of such a small ship

        Look at the Israeli Saar 6, and cry. Both in price and in armament. And Gauges and Onyxes, without TSU, are just a log in UKKS. AK-630 is not funny. And HOOK and radar yesterday. And they built 8 !!! years old. 2 kiloton ship
        1. bayard 22 January 2020 01: 38 New
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          Quote: mvg
          And they built 8 !!! years old. 2 kiloton ship

          Over the "Barrier" for a long time conjured.
          Quote: mvg
          AK-630 is not funny

          The sides are covered. Do not put the “Pantsyri-M”. And the Broadsword on the sides will be bold - for 2000 tons.
          Quote: mvg
          And HOOK and radar yesterday.

          The radar conjured a new one.
          Quote: mvg
          And Gauges and Onyxes, without TSU, it’s just a log in UKKS

          For stationary purposes - no problem. On ships - no one will shoot without reconnaissance. For that, aviation and UAVs exist, satellites. The helicopter at its worst.

          Quote: mvg
          Look at Israeli Saar 6

          length - 90 m.
          VI - 2000 t. (Quite kuruzuy)
          speed - 24 knots (there’s nothing to boast about here)
          one gun 76 mm.
          2 art. Installations 25 mm. "Typhoon"( repeat AK-630 a lot, a lot cooler)
          25 Spike missiles (this is ATGM, good, but ATGM)
          16 RCC "Harpoon" (like the modernized "Lightning")
          16 SAM "Barak-8", 40 pcs. "Tamir" (in other words, the "Iron Dome" on the barge, an analogue of the S-350 and "Reduta").
          Radar, electronic warfare, helicopter (or 2 UAVs).
          The price is about 10 billion rubles. for 2015
          Conclusion - a good, but slow-moving patroller / guard. Inexpensive (especially when Germany covers a third of the cost).
          For the needs of Russia, this is definitely not an option.
  7. Thrifty 21 January 2020 17: 13 New
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    Will he have enough diesel power? Is there not enough 12000 horses for such a ship?
    1. mark1 21 January 2020 17: 29 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      Will he have enough diesel power? Is there not enough 12000 horses for such a ship?

      ... the corvette received two diesel units, one 1DDA-12000 unit includes two main 16D49 marine engines with a capacity of 6000 hp. production of the Kolmensky plant and reverse gearboxes RRD 12000 manufactured by Zvezda JSC.
    2. alexmach 21 January 2020 18: 25 New
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      Perhaps 12000 horses for such a ship

      Firstly, not 12000 but 2 x 12000, and secondly, it was believed that it was not enough, and he and 20380
  8. 32363 21 January 2020 18: 24 New
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    what kind of transmission does he have, who is up to date?
  9. Astronaut 21 January 2020 19: 39 New
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    Seven feet under the keel !!!
  10. Demagogue 21 January 2020 22: 51 New
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    Quote: bayard
    Quote: Demagogue
    without towed gus. Without air defense

    Well, why mislead people?
    PLO armament:
    - GAS "Dawn-2"
    - towed GAS "Minotaur-M"
    - omitted GAS "Anapa-M".
    Air defense:
    - RLC "Barrier" (4 canvases AFAR)
    - SAM "Redoubt"
    - 2 AU AK-630M.
    The only thing he lacks is speed. That's why we limited ourselves to the construction of 2 copies. They will wait for the power plant with new, more powerful diesel engines (32 l / s on two shafts, now - 000 l / s). Well, the price of course, which is not surprising with such a dense armament of such a small ship. In the case of the construction of a large series, the price will decrease (excluding inflation), but most likely it was decided to build 23 coats on the NEA, upgraded to the level of 320 - Zaslon radar station instead of Furke and UVP under the Kyrgyz Republic instead of Uranus + a similar HAK.
    So the latest version of 20380 is quite on the level and the only drawback is the speed of 28 knots. However, with new diesels this problem can be solved.


    Is the anti-sabotage Anapa towed out already? Minotaur without gpba? Which to Vignette from Gorshkov as to Mars. And this is the ship 2/3 Gorshkova.
    The main thing for the corvette is gus. But not shmaliber calibers.
    A helicopter with a displacement of up to 3500 will not work normally either.
    A redoubt there will not help in any way, it is not needed.