In Kaliningrad, resumed construction of a research vessel for the GUGI

In Kaliningrad, resumed construction of a research vessel for the GUGI

The ship "Eugene Goriglejan" at the shipyard "Amber"


In Kaliningrad, resumed construction of the Eugene Gorigledzhan oceanographic research vessel (OIP) of project No. 02670, which is being built in the interests of the Main Department of Deep-Water Research (GUGI) of the Ministry of Defense.

At the Baltic Yantar Shipyard, the construction of the Yevgeny Goriglejan OIC resumed in 2018 was resumed. According to a publication in the factory newspaper, in early February, shipbuilders returned to the ship to continue work. This was achieved by a new contract concluded between the Ministry of Defense and the Yantar Shipyard, concluded on January 31 of this year.

In November 2018, work on the repair and conversion of the vessel was officially suspended, and throughout 2019 negotiations were held and issues were resolved with the customer on the further execution of the state contract. (...) an additional agreement was signed on the extension of the contract, which sets out the period in which we must complete the repair and conversion of the vessel

- stated in the press service of the enterprise.

According to the new contract, the ship should be transferred to the Ministry of Defense by the end of March next year.

According to the bmpd blog, the OIC "Eugene Goriglejan" of project 02670 is actually being rebuilt from the marine tugboat MB-305 of the project B-92 of Polish construction in 1983, the main task of the rebuilt vessel will be "carrying out underwater engineering works". The formal laying (actually re-laying) of the vessel "Eugene Gorigledzhan" was made at the Yantar Shipyard on March 19, 2016, with the deadline being 2017.


Photo of the vessel before the start of perestroika

The conversion project was developed by Almaz TsMKB JSC. The displacement of the vessel after the conversion should be 4 thousand tons, length - 81 m, width - 16 m, autonomy - 30 days, crew - 32 people and 25 expedition members.

The vessel is named after Evgeny Alekseevich Goriglejan, a Soviet and Russian design engineer, general designer of special-purpose nuclear submarines at the Rubin Central Marine Design Bureau.
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  1. svp67 19 February 2020 10: 20 New
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    According to the new contract, the ship should be transferred to the Ministry of Defense by the end of March next year.
    Sorry, nothing is clear now. That is, the ship was almost ready, since they were going to hand it over to the customer a year after the resumption of work, or did they drastically reduce the amount of work on board?
    1. bessmertniy 19 February 2020 10: 24 New
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      Judging by the text, work even more than a year. hi
      1. svp67 19 February 2020 10: 31 New
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        Quote: bessmertniy
        Judging by the text, work even more than a year.
        Well, this is a ship for GU GI, and you can at least a little imagine what equipment and equipment it should have for conducting "research work". It is not only that it is necessary to establish and adjust it, to manufacture it, but it is necessary to mean and place an order for its production.
    2. vladcub 19 February 2020 10: 34 New
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      “at the end of March of NEXT year” means the hull, engine and most of the equipment is ready. It remains only in the "apartment to bring and collect," as I understand it
      1. bessmertniy 19 February 2020 10: 46 New
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        Orders were most likely placed earlier, but funding was backward. Now all that was needed was the go-ahead to move further.
    3. Vasyan1971 19 February 2020 10: 54 New
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      Quote: svp67
      That is, the ship was almost ready, since they were going to hand it over to the customer a year after the resumption of work, or did they drastically reduce the amount of work on board?

      There is a "Photo of the ship before the start of perestroika." Talking, such ...
      1. svp67 19 February 2020 10: 57 New
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        Quote: Vasyan1971
        There is a "Photo of the ship before the start of perestroika." Talking, such ...

        Yes, and judging by it, there was more than one year of work
  2. rocket757 19 February 2020 10: 24 New
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    Well, a long-term construction will never bring any benefit to anyone ... the ship is also a victim of the "epic" ... "there is no money, but you ..." ???
  3. rich 19 February 2020 10: 30 New
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    The vessel is named in honor of Evgeny Alekseevich Gorigledzhan

    Evgeny Alekseevich Gorigledzhan

    Years of life (March 19, 1934, Leningrad, USSR - September 26, 2014, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation) - Soviet and Russian structural engineer, general designer of special-purpose atomic submarines at the Rubin Central Design Bureau of Marine Equipment, laureate of the State Prize Russian Federation (1994). Goriglejian clan is from the Black Sea Armenians.
    In 1957 he graduated from the Leningrad Shipbuilding Institute with a degree in shipbuilding and ship repair. From the same year, he worked in TsKB-18 (now TsKB MT Rubin) as a designer, then as head of the sector in the 11th department, and since 1966, in the group of general designers:
    1966 - Deputy Chief Designer,
    1987 - Chief Designer
    1994 - General Designer of special-purpose nuclear submarines.
    In 2001-2002 He carried out the technical management of the comprehensive dismantlement of the Kursk nuclear submarine.
    Candidate of technical sciences, full member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Engineering.
    He was awarded the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, II degree (2008), the Red Banner of Labor, and the Badge of Honor.
  4. Lamata 19 February 2020 10: 35 New
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    Let them finish building, deo is necessary.
  5. cormorant 19 February 2020 10: 45 New
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    According to the bmpd blog, the OIC "Eugene Goriglejan" of project 02670 is actually being rebuilt from the marine tugboat MB-305 of the project B-92 of Polish construction 1983
    Judging by the photo in the article, these are two completely different ships. The first photo is "new building", not re-equipment. How can a modern ship be made out of 40 year old scrap metal and the main thing is that it was unique there so as not to build from scratch.
    1. sailor roman 19 February 2020 11: 28 New
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      Of course, this will be a completely new vessel, for forty years the hull lining has worn out pretty much and needs to be replaced and strengthened to work in ice conditions, only the keel strip and part of the set will remain from the old one. It is clear that the cost of such modernization will cost the country more than the construction of a new ship. But when the decision was made about the alteration, someone convinced the leadership of the GUGI in its necessity, but as always, they thought better of it late.
    2. vladcub 19 February 2020 11: 29 New
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      Cormorant, here’s what I think: there was a mistake in the text and it was necessary to write: "project 02670 actually redesigned MB-305" at least would be more logical.
      It also bothers me that they took the 1983 building and are installing a new filling.
      This would be justified if there are absolutely no other buildings, and somehow it is hard to believe
      1. Snail N9 19 February 2020 12: 09 New
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        The vessel of the "license plate" type "Neftegaz" will be re-equipped ...
    3. Alexey RA 19 February 2020 16: 09 New
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      Quote: cormorant
      Judging by the photo in the article, these are two completely different ships. The first photo is "new building", not re-equipment. How can a modern ship be made out of 40 year old scrap metal and the main thing is that it was unique there so as not to build from scratch.

      And like this:

      © eto ya, airbase.ru. View of the tugboat MB-305 for March 2016
      The vessel "Eugene Gorigledzhan" is created on the basis of the rescue tug MB-305, built in Poland at the Szczecin shipyard in 1983 and served in the Northern and Baltic fleets, which reduced the cost of its construction by 40%.
      © eagle_rost
  6. Sevastiec 19 February 2020 15: 04 New
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    What a snub.
  7. Ggc1 19 February 2020 23: 59 New
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    What is known about the most powerful nuclear icebreaker in the world, the Arctic?