Nuclear-powered submarine cruiser Prince Vladimir of the Borey-A project


The most modern operating submarine missile carrier today is the power of the Russian Navy fleet - “Prince Vladimir” of the project “Borey-A”. This is a project submarine that has higher performance than the nuclear submarine project Vladimir Monomakh, Alexander Nevsky, and Yuri Dolgoruky.


At the moment, "Prince Vladimir" is in a floating dock and goes through the completion process. And the crew of the warship has already been formed, led by the commander of the APRK captain of the first rank Vladislav Druzhin.

The external difference of the submarine of the Borey-A project from the predecessors of the Borey project is the felling form.

According to the commander of the ship, the crew went through all the stages of testing “Prince Vladimir” over the past three years.

Vladislav Druzhin:
During this period, the ship was tested in almost all operating conditions and conditions, rocket and torpedo firing was carried out, emergency situations were worked out, with how the ship and crew react to them.


The full version is in the clip “Military Acceptance” from the TV channel “Star”:

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  1. Mytholog 12 March 2020 14: 21 New
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    I like everything in these SSBNs, but to take the names from the ships that were ingloriously killed by Tsushima is not a good idea. Bad omen.
    The names of the old ships are passed on to inherit traditions and spirit.
    And here - see for yourself: 955 — the ancestor, the battleship “Vladimir Monomakh” was flooded by the crew, the surviving sailors were captured.
    955A: the battleship “Prince Suvorov” was sunk, the entire crew was killed,
    the battleship "Emperor Alexander III" - sunk, the entire crew died.
    According to Alexander III - I don’t understand the name at all. With the battleship - everything was clear, the father of the king who ruled then. Now why?
    1. Varyag_0711 12 March 2020 14: 31 New
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      Mytholog (Alexey)
      According to Alexander III - I don’t understand the name at all. With the battleship - everything was clear, the father of the king who ruled then. Now why?
      Type continuity of generations. In our country, those who won in 1918 fought for the white won, that’s catching up.
      I agree with you, a reminder of Tsushima has a very bitter aftertaste.
      The only good news is that those who are preparing for the bookmark will bear the names of the Marshals of Victory, who have nothing to do with the shame of Tsushima.
      1. Mytholog 12 March 2020 14: 38 New
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        Quote: Varyag_0711
        The only good news is that those who are preparing for the bookmark will bear the names of the Marshals of Victory, who have nothing to do with the shame of Tsushima.

        Again the question - both Zhukov and Rokossovsky - are marshals, not admirals.
        Of course, People with a capital letter, but to the Fleet, what side are they?
        Ushakov, Kornilov, Lazarev ... - There were many worthy Russian admirals.
        Damn him, even Admiral Kolchak would somehow understand.
        Damn, in honor of Marinesco name the submarine, in the end. Here he has a direct relationship.
        Well, it’s strange. No?
        1. Varyag_0711 12 March 2020 14: 47 New
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          I agree, there are enough admirals of ours, as well as glorious pages like Gagnut, Grengam, Revel, Navarin, Sinop and so on.
          Damn him, even Admiral Kolchak would somehow understand.
          But this nonsense is not enough for us in the fleet. Let's not, otherwise we’ll go down to Vlasov.
          1. Mytholog 12 March 2020 14: 53 New
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            Quote: Varyag_0711
            But this nonsense is not enough for us in the fleet.

            Wicked joke. But the Tsarevozhniks would have liked it. It would be a thrill to shout about his polar merits (there were, it must be recognized through gritted teeth).
            Quote: Varyag_0711
            Sinop

            In the light of leeks with Turkey, the Sinop submarine with the Caliber aboard in the Mediterranean Sea would sound very good :)
            Not a "strategist", but still ...
          2. Gato 12 March 2020 15: 00 New
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            It would be better named after the cities - such a tradition was in the Navy of the USSR, and in the other fleets too. It is politically neutral and residents can type to patronize.
            1. Varyag_0711 12 March 2020 15: 05 New
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              So we have a series of Varshavyanka with the names of cities and goes.

              P.S. I don’t understand something, judging by the number of minuses, did all the bakers in the topic about the SSBN come running? Or does someone break the fifth point from the mention of Tsushima? I do not mind, minus how much will fit, just wondering why? For the love of art?
              1. Gato 12 March 2020 15: 12 New
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                I don’t understand something, judging by the number of minuses, did all the bakers in the topic about the SSBN come running?

                These are the minusers-wanderers, the national team of bakers and salolyubov. They jump on all branches
          3. Mouse 13 March 2020 15: 20 New
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            glorious pages
        2. Gardamir 12 March 2020 14: 47 New
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          With Kolchak you went too far. Following your logic, the Vlasov Motor Rifle Division?
          1. Mytholog 12 March 2020 14: 57 New
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            Quote: Gardamir
            With Kolchak you went too far. Following your logic, the Vlasov Motor Rifle Division?

            And to read the context - not fate?
            If you didn’t understand the first time, I’ll repeat it specially for you: AN EVIL JOKE.
      2. Mordvin 3 12 March 2020 15: 04 New
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        Quote: Varyag_0711
        The only good news is that those who are preparing for the bookmark will bear the names of the Marshals of Victory

        Pasha Mercedes is worthy too? After all, the Supreme Council won, and crawled around the Shark, and even scribbled matyugs there in a magazine.
        1. Varyag_0711 12 March 2020 15: 08 New
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          Mordvin 3 (Vladimir)
          Pasha Mercedes is worthy too? After all, the Supreme Council won, and crawled around the Shark, and even scribbled matyugs there in a magazine.
          God forbid ...! And even then, it’s not far from being marked with a drunk.
          1. Mordvin 3 12 March 2020 15: 13 New
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            Quote: Varyag_0711
            And even then, it’s not far from being marked with a drunk.

            And the drunk is also a submariner. If in a bag he could swim out of the Moscow River. laughing Do not hit me hard ...
            1. Varyag_0711 12 March 2020 15: 19 New
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              Mordvin 3 (Vladimir)
              And the drunk is also a submariner. If in a bag he could swim out of the Moscow River. laughing
              Yes, he was generally a "specialist" with a wide profile ... And he lay on the rails, and rode on a trolleybus, and defecated on the landing gear, and had time to dance, and to conduct an orchestra. laughing
              It’s just that there was complete slag with the administration of the country, but it’s so ... little things in life, the main thing that would be like in an advertisement of a bank in the 90s.
              - and this one sang and danced, and something else ...
              - in general, our bank liked it the most ...
              That's really the Russia of the 90s, this is a country of frightened fool fool fool .
      3. Ryazan87 13 March 2020 16: 51 New
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        In our country, those who won in 1918 fought for the white won, that’s catching up.
        - the former KGB men and the party-Komsomol nomenclature fought for the whites? Something new.
    2. Ryazan87 13 March 2020 16: 49 New
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      1. "Vladimir Monomakh" is still an armored cruiser, not an armadillo.
      2. All three ships fought heroically, did not lower the flag, and two died with the whole crew, as you yourself noticed. According to your logic, the names "Guardian" and "Varangian" should not be used.
      By the way, "Admiral Ushakov" is also not good - it was sunk after all, and part of the crew was captured by the Japanese.
      3. Do not understand why, in honor of the ruler of Russia (and quite successful, it should be noted) should the ship be named?
  2. URAL72 12 March 2020 14: 33 New
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    Already wrote a lot about the high cost and problems with Ashen. Maybe it makes sense to make a multi-purpose submarine based on Borea? At 4 Ohio, the mines were not expensively turned into a launch pad for the Kyrgyz Republic. But what a unification.
    1. rudolff 12 March 2020 14: 39 New
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      Then it would be easier to continue the series of the modernized 971th project, better than Borea.
      1. Alexander Suvorov 12 March 2020 14: 56 New
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        rudolff (rudolff)
        Then it would be easier to continue the series of the modernized 971th project, better than Borea.
        The 971th project is certainly outstanding, but as they wrote it was too noisy. I am not an expert, so I don’t know if this problem is treated simply by modernization or not. And then, of course, I understand the cost reduction and all that, but in my opinion the steel case is still worse than the titanium one, as in the 945 Barracudas, isn't it?
        1. rudolff 12 March 2020 16: 30 New
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          Upgrading noise can’t be reduced in principle, of course, but I would not call the 971s painfully noisy.
          Titanium alloys can improve some of the characteristics of the submarine, but the price !? The union could afford it, we do not. Yes, and in the Union, titanium submarines of course set records, but did not become workhorses.
        2. Podvodnik 12 March 2020 16: 59 New
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          The 971th project is certainly outstanding, but as they wrote it was too noisy.


          Normal project with normal noise. To dizelyuh far of course. Noisiness does not depend on the "project". It depends on the manufacturing technology. From constructive and technical measures, production culture. If the welder throws out the tails of the electrodes anywhere and they rattle in the inter-housing space, then what is the “project”? If the shaft line is a curve? If the propeller blades are not identical and poorly crafted? Should the bearings rattle? Everything rests on technology and the "hands of the workers." There are none, there will be no "noise".

          in my opinion the steel case is still worse than titanium


          To master the production of boats from titanium need "dohreneliardy" rubles. It is only to master bending, welding, build appropriate tooling and equipment. Not taking into account the cost of titanium itself. Very moody to the cleanliness of the seam. Cook only in a special environment. Welders of the highest qualification. Problem based due to electrochemical potential. Floating peers eats oh oh. Of course it is non-magnetic, the immersion depth will hold large with a similar mass with steel. But worth it .... Those who cooked Barracudas are retired at best. Technology and people are lost by age. So again, all over again, again "dohreneliardy".
    2. Varyag_0711 12 March 2020 14: 40 New
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      No, the Ash project is unique in its own way, problematic like with all new equipment, childish, but solvable. As for the high cost, our oligarchs can sell their yachts and you can safely build at least two dozen Ash-trees, and they will remain in Husky. It would be the desire and will of the leadership, and finding money in the country is not a problem. Expose a couple more of Zakharchenko or the governors of Sakhalin, shake the Abramovich and Rotenbergs, in general, the choice is large, that's just who will do it in modern realities. Rather, on the contrary, some Deripaska will throw money from the budget for a new yacht.
    3. kjhg 12 March 2020 14: 54 New
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      Ash-trees cost more than Boreev for a reason. In fact, they were called upon to replace both the Anthei drums and multipurpose Pikes. That is why the Ash tree in front is a powerful sonar complex, occupying the entire nose. Therefore, the torpedo compartment is moved to the third compartment. On Boreya there is a HAC, smaller in size and weaker in capabilities. Therefore, the torpedo compartment on them is traditionally located in the first compartment. Ash trees are also made one and a half, to reduce noise. In general, it will not work to make good multi-purpose boats out of the Boreans without significant alteration and appreciation of them. Therefore, now the design of a new multi-purpose submarine Husky is ongoing.
      1. Podvodnik 12 March 2020 16: 36 New
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        Therefore, now the design of a new multi-purpose submarine Husky is ongoing.


        I could never understand the huge variety of submarine projects. Each time a new body is riveted. And what is old than bad? Does the 971 project (Beasts) have bad contours? Yes, it seems normal. What prevents to push another HACK into the same building? Nothing. Inside the place, “wagon and small cart. .TA move to the middle? Embed a compartment, it's easier than designing everything from scratch. Vertical launchers? Yes, at least three new compartments embed. Residential compartment and central post than did not please? Turbine compartment than bad? Reactor than not happy? Will the tiller compartment be super-duper?
        Cut the standard zone blocks and weld with weapons. Noisiness depends on equipment manufacturing technology, technical, organizational plan measures, and production culture. From the accuracy of the machines and the qualifications of the staff. And with us, as a new generation, everything is from scratch. And how many times does the range of spare parts increase? And how many times do you need to increase the number of service specialists? The more identical operations, the more unification and cheaper the production, the reduction in the time for maintenance and repair, docking and even easier.
        Nothing changes... .
        1. rudolff 12 March 2020 17: 09 New
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          All right. I will only add that for this reason the Irtysh-Amphora, for whose sake it is so sophisticated with the architecture of Yasen, there are many questions and not the fact that it will remain on the next boats of the project. They seem to be too smart.
          1. Podvodnik 12 March 2020 17: 34 New
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            on this Irtysh-Amphora

            It is clear that they wanted to remove the miners away from the antenna. They make noise all the same with their "bells and whistles." We have "cattle" stood. I won’t say anything about Amphora. But from experience I know that any technique is in the hands .... Once a week, they walked along the FFP (emergency, only recorder) path until they "brought the cattle". Huge complex, a lot of racks. And the operators have never been ham radio operators. So the technique is technique, and the operator must also be able to exploit such a colossus. Let's hope not only for good "audibility", but also reliability and uptime.
            1. rudolff 12 March 2020 17: 52 New
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              Cattle, I mean, Scat? What kind of parachute?
              Romanians are not only noisy, TA themselves prevented this area from being located. So they removed them in the manner of a moose. This idea was suggested for another 671 projects. Failed due to speed limits when shooting. With an airborne arrangement of TA up to 11 nodes.
              And the Americans in the last block of Virginia seem to have abandoned their sphere on piezoelectric elements.
              1. Podvodnik 12 March 2020 18: 04 New
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                What kind of parachute?


                Animal Division.
                They heard very well. In the deep sea I observed distant zones of illumination. Civilians were taken over several hundred kilometers. But, of course, the contact is "instrument". Well, the antenna was under the devices. How effective is the new design, let's see. No less interesting will be loading and unloading ammunition.
                1. rudolff 12 March 2020 18: 42 New
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                  24th DIPL? And what years? Scat is generally a very successful HOOK.
                  1. Podvodnik 12 March 2020 19: 11 New
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                    In 97th he quit.
                    1. rudolff 13 March 2020 08: 26 New
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                      Here on the Hajiyev site there were a lot before. And 24 DiPL, and neighbors from the 31st, and even from 29 BrPL. I even joked somehow that here on a military review you can assemble a full-fledged crew, from a sailor to a commander. Now units remain. And who is by profession, if not secret?