The frigate Admiral Kasatonov reached the final stage of testing

The frigate Admiral Kasatonov reached the final stage of testing

The first serial frigate of project 22350 Admiral fleet Kasatonov "is embarking on the final stage of state testing, which will take place in the Baltic Sea. This is reported by the press-service of the shipyard Severnaya Verf".


According to the company, almost all points of the test program have already been completed, all systems and mechanisms are operating normally. The ship will conduct final tests in the Baltic Sea, after which it will return to the Severnaya Verf Shipyard to conduct an audit and prepare for transfer to the Russian Navy. The press service explained that taking into account the state tests, the transfer of the frigate could take place in late May - early June.

It was previously reported that the transfer of the frigate to the Navy was supposed to take place before the end of 2019, then before the end of the first quarter of 2020.

On April 6, 2020, the Northern Fleet press service announced the completion of the next phase of testing the Admiral Kasatonov frigate in the Barents Sea and the beginning of the inter-naval transfer of the ship to the Baltic.

The frigate Admiral Kasatonov is the second ship of the 22350 project and the first serial after the lead frigate Admiral Gorshkov. Displacement of 5 thousand tons with a length of 135 m and a width of 16 m. The frigate is able to travel 4500 miles, while developing a speed of up to 29 knots. Autonomy of navigation is 30 days. The crew is from 170 people.

Main power plant: gas turbine engine with a total capacity of 65 thousand liters. pp., diesel generators with a total capacity of 4 thousand kW.

The frigate is armed with: 130-mm A-192 artillery mount, Poliment-Redoubt anti-aircraft missile system, launchers for 16 anti-ship missiles Onyx or Caliber, anti-submarine complex Package, anti-submarine helicopter Ka-27.
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  1. Sky strike fighter April 8 2020 13: 34 New
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    Project 22350 is almost complete, and then the series will go easier. Although of course I want to quickly get the destroyer 22350M.
    MOSCOW, May 9. / TASS /. Russia plans to build 12 modernized project 22350M frigates, each of which will carry on board up to 48 Caliber, Onyx and Zircon cruise missiles.


    "The lead ship in the series is planned to be handed over to the Navy in 2027," a source in the shipbuilding industry told TASS on Thursday.
    According to him, "by the end of 2019, a technical project for a ship with a displacement of 7 thousand tons should be developed, capable of carrying up to 48 strike missiles" Caliber "," Onyx "and" Zircon "." In total, it is planned to build 12 such frigates, 11 of which will be handed over to the customer within the framework of the new state armament program, "the agency’s interlocutor said.
    He added that the new frigates will also be equipped with the Poliment-Redut anti-aircraft missile system with an ammunition load of up to 100 missiles, anti-submarine and torpedo weapons.

    https://tass.ru/armiya-i-opk/6415468
    1. Sergey Averchenkov April 8 2020 13: 37 New
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      Our frigates are very similar to destroyers. Correct me if I'm wrong.
      1. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 13: 42 New
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        Refregates are half-destroyers. They surpass frigate class ships, but do not reach destroyers.
        1. Sergey Averchenkov April 8 2020 13: 51 New
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          I assumed something similar when I wrote this message. Well - let's hope that they will build full-fledged destroyers. Although it is already not bad.
        2. knn54 April 8 2020 14: 16 New
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          Personally, I do not catch up with the Anglo-Saxon classification of ships.
          BOD, patrol ships in fashion began to be classified as frigates.
          If it’s interesting, compare the displacement and armament of the Kasatonov with the Western destroyers. I think that there’s no difference whatsoever that this frigate will be called a “non-destroyer”.
          1. DominickS April 9 2020 05: 02 New
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            The standard displacement of Gorshkov is 4500 tons. Burka, for example - 7061 tons. Pretty significant difference. I hope ours at least compensate for this with weapons.
        3. Lamata April 8 2020 14: 31 New
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          And right now, who will understand where the destroyer is and where what, the Dzhapovsky destroyers are aircraft carriers))) as you.
          1. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 14: 38 New
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            And now the classification of ships is generally incomprehensible. It used to be simple: a destroyer - a destroyer - a leader. Next - a light cruiser and so on to the battleship. Simple and clear. Offhand it could be said what approximately weapons each class of ship carries, its displacement and purpose.
            1. Lamata April 8 2020 14: 40 New
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              The leader, after all, was a destroyer, the Germans in Jutland, the leader in general, was KRL
              1. AU Ivanov. April 8 2020 14: 43 New
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                So the leader is the “leader of destroyers”. According to the performance characteristics, it is higher than a conventional destroyer, but not reaching the light cruiser.
                1. Lamata April 8 2020 14: 44 New
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                  All TTX leader, from the destroyer, this is the ability to control and guidance.
        4. Vladimir_2U April 8 2020 14: 35 New
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          Quote: AU Ivanov.
          Refregates - Nedo-destroyers
          Squadron Frigates!
        5. Thrifty April 8 2020 14: 36 New
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          Is the engine already available for destroyers? Or, the body is blinded, and sucks? ??
        6. Sky strike fighter April 8 2020 15: 15 New
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          Quote: AU Ivanov.
          Refregates are half-destroyers. They surpass frigate class ships, but do not reach destroyers.

          Do you also call the British Daring class destroyers the sub-destroyers?
          Displacement "HMS Daring" 7500 tons, a crew of 190 people.


          The world's most advanced British destroyer HMS Daring, built with stealth technology, completed its first trip.

          https://seaspirit.ru/flot/britanskij-esminec-hms-daring.html

          Compare now with what we want.
          “By the end of 2019, a technical project should be developed for a ship with a displacement of 7 thousand tons, capable of carrying up to 48 Caliber, Onyx and Zircon strike missiles.” In total, it is planned to build 12 such frigates
    2. Connor MacLeod April 8 2020 13: 59 New
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      He added that the new frigates will also be equipped with the Poliment-Redut anti-aircraft missile system with an ammunition load of up to 100 missiles

      If you upgrade pr. 22350, then it is not necessary to increase the air defense system’s ammunition, but definitely put on it the marine version of the S-400. Redut's range is 150 km, what is it? It takes kilometers 250 - 300 minimum.
      1. Sandor Clegane April 8 2020 14: 41 New
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        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        put on it a marine version of the S-400

        Do you know it? What is the name of it, where is it produced, tested?
        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        Redut's range - 150 km

        belay laughing do not read Wikipedia at night
        1. Lamata April 8 2020 14: 45 New
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          Our Vika is all))))
        2. Connor MacLeod April 8 2020 14: 48 New
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          Quote: Sandor Clegane
          Do you know it? What is the name of it, where is it produced, tested?

          Since we are talking about the prospects for modernization of pr. 22350, then yes, in the future, maybe the S-400 version will appear ...

          Quote: Sandor Clegane
          do not read Wikipedia at night

          Well, enlighten - what is the range of action of Redoubt?
      2. Sky strike fighter April 8 2020 15: 06 New
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        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        He added that the new frigates will also be equipped with the Poliment-Redut anti-aircraft missile system with an ammunition load of up to 100 missiles

        If you upgrade pr. 22350, then it is not necessary to increase the air defense system’s ammunition, but definitely put on it the marine version of the S-400. Redut's range is 150 km, what is it? It takes kilometers 250 - 300 minimum.

        A rocket for Poliment-Redoubt is already being developed based on the technology of the S-400 complex’s missile just 400 km away.
        1. Connor MacLeod April 8 2020 15: 11 New
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          It is very good!
      3. bayard April 8 2020 15: 16 New
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        Are there enough radar capabilities?
        To ensure the use of S-400?
        Or will it be necessary to develop a new RLC, new launchers in the new UKKS for S-400 missiles?
        New BIOS?
        But this will not affect the displacement?
        And if it does, then will not the increase in displacement affect other characteristics? ...
        At a price?
        And how much?
        And in time?

        In the 22350M, the ammunition of the KR and air defense missiles was simply increased, and instead of diesels, a M70FR \ FRU gas turbine with a capacity of 10 - 000 l / s was used instead of diesel engines (instead of 14 l / s AD). which plus its speed on the gearbox with afterburner M000FRU will give on each shaft 5200 90 - 37 500 l \ s.
        This will solve the problem of the lack of maximum speed and ammunition (as well as range and autonomy).
        With everything else, FRIGATE 22350M (that’s how he qualifies) is all right. Changes in the new project are minimal and the industry will be able to begin their construction without unnecessary torment and buildup.

        And if you really want to have S-400 air defense systems on such ships, you will have to sculpt a completely new (at least RLK, UKSK, BIUS and partly line-up) ship. And this is a challenge for the future.
        Such could be a destroyer on 4 M90FRU turbines, a VI in 12 tons, a missile system in 000 KR and at least 80 missiles - that is, roughly what was originally offered in the NON-NUCLEAR version of the Leader. A kind of analogue (in layout and size) to Chinese 200.
        And now the fleets need DMZ and OZ workhorses.
        1. Sky strike fighter April 8 2020 15: 22 New
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          They say that the radar 22350 just can see at a distance of 400 km, so you don’t need to change anything, only a missile is needed. Unfortunately you can’t find the link now. This missile can be used from the UCC, where Caliber and Onyx are.
          The British destroyer with a displacement of 7500 tons is classified as a destroyer, and if you want, it classifies the 22350M with a displacement of 7000 tons as a frigate, although these ships are essentially the same class.
          1. bayard April 8 2020 16: 13 New
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            And compatibility?
            Let’s marry a rocket \ you S-400 and S-350 RLC ... but PU? It will be necessary to sculpt a new UKKS, and these are other dimensions ...
            No, really. Let it be built as it is - everything has been mastered by industry, tested, tested, and ships of this class are needed yesterday. So this - the upcoming series, let them build on the existing project. 12-18 of these ships are needed on all 3 fleets as soon as possible, and it is better to do freestyle art with increased Wishlist in the next series - in the next modification.
        2. Connor MacLeod April 8 2020 16: 57 New
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          Quote: bayard
          And now the fleets need DMZ and OZ workhorses.

          With such an air defense system you won’t work much ...

          Each of these 12-18 frigates can be removed with one Harpoon. With a Harpoon range of 250 km, the enemy’s aircraft will remain far beyond the reach of Redoubt.

          So you need a marine S-400 yesterday ...
          1. bayard April 8 2020 17: 24 New
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            smile That
            Quote: Connor MacLeod
            Each of these 12-18 frigates can be removed with one Harpoon.

            this Harpoon itself must first overcome shipborne electronic warfare, air defense of the far (150 km.), middle (60 - 70 km.) and near (2 - 3 km.) zones.
            So hardly one.
            But let's say one overcame.
            And?
            One is definitely not enough - the caliber is not the same. Warhead is small.
            And now the enemy is adopting LRASM weapons. So he has a range of up to 930 km. smile , here and the S-500 will not be enough.
            According to the carrier. smile
            In every good deed (and especially in ships), BALANCE IS NEEDED. And for a frigate (!) SUCH SAM - quite enough.
            The S-400 is needed by the cruiser ... who are now calling them "destroyers" for some reason. Although mines have long been not the main weapons of such ships ... Alienism ...

            By the way, not one of the currently operating ships of the Russian Federation (cruiser) can hit a target at such (250-280 km.) Distance.
            Do you want the frigate (!) To surpass the cruiser?
            But due to its compactness, the ammunition load of this air defense system can be much larger than the “Fort” ammunition load in the same volume. hi
            1. Alexey RA April 8 2020 17: 29 New
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              Quote: bayard
              this Harpoon itself must first overcome shipborne electronic warfare, air defense of the far (150 km.), middle (60 - 70 km.) and near (2 - 3 km.) zones.

              At the heights of the Harpoon flight, the air defense zone begins at 25-35 km from the ship - after the anti-ship missile exit due to the radio horizon, its detection, classification and target acquisition by the air defense ship system.
              1. bayard April 8 2020 19: 40 New
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                Quote: Alexey RA
                At the heights of the Harpoon flight, the area of ​​operation of ship’s air defense begins 25-35 km from the ship

                I’m afraid that for “Harpoon” even 15 - 17 km. , it all depends on the height of the flight. And about the three lines of air defense, I’m for imagery, otherwise the comrade believes that any ship is inferior if it is not able to hit a target at a distance of 250 km.
                I myself am in the past an air defense officer, so I know about the boundaries of detecting low-altitude targets. hi
                1. Alexey RA April 8 2020 19: 46 New
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                  Quote: bayard
                  I’m afraid that for “Harpoon” even 15 - 17 km. , it all depends on the height of the flight.

                  And the height of the antenna post above sea level. smile
                  Quote: bayard
                  I myself am in the past an air defense officer, so I know about the boundaries of detecting low-altitude targets.

                  Well, I pockets with pockets from the military department of the St. Petersburg Polytechnic, which was prepared for the low-altitude S-125. hi
                  1. bayard April 8 2020 20: 05 New
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                    Quote: Alexey RA
                    And the height of the antenna post above sea level

                    Exactly !
                    Quote: Alexey RA
                    Well, I’m a spinjack with pockets from the military department of the St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, which was trained for the low-altitude S-125.

                    VVKURE-PVO Vilnius. hi
                    Well, the service in the Caucasus ... operational work (combat control). soldier
          2. Alexey RA April 8 2020 17: 26 New
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            Quote: Connor MacLeod
            With a Harpoon range of 250 km, the enemy’s aircraft will remain far beyond the reach of Redoubt.

            So you need a marine S-400 yesterday ...

            Without a DRLO and ARLGSN on a missile system, you can have at least 1000 km of reach from an air defense system, and the enemy’s aircraft will still remain far beyond the reach of an air defense system.
            For the horizon + approach of the aircraft to the launch zone of the anti-ship missiles at the PMV ("under" the radar's viewing sector in height).
            And here we are smoothly approaching the beloved topic of aircraft carriers ... smile
        3. Nemchinov Vl April 10 2020 14: 33 New
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          Greetings Vitaliy! hi
          Quote: bayard
          With everything else, FRIGATE 22350M (that’s how he qualifies) is all right. Changes in the new project are minimal and the industry will be able to begin their construction without unnecessary torment and buildup.

          Looks optimistic, BUT ?!
          If the most developed project 22350 (with VI 5400) still manages to build for 9-10 years and not at least 4-5 ?! So how much will go on the 22350-M ?! 14-15 for each ?!
          Quote: Sky Strike fighter
          Project 22350 is almost complete, and then the series will go easier. Although of course I want to quickly get the destroyer 22350M.
          I see optimism on the forum belay A real shift, with a decrease in the speed of construction of frigates (even mastered)
          don't see yet recourse
          Quote: Sky Strike fighter
          MOSCOW, May 9. / TASS /. Russia plans to build 12 modernized project 22350M frigates, each of which will carry on board up to 48 Caliber, Onyx and Zircon cruise missiles.

          "The lead ship in the series is scheduled to be delivered to the Navy in 2027, " - a source in the shipbuilding industry said on Thursday to TASS.
          lol belay
          Quote: bayard
          And now the fleets need DMZ and OZ workhorses.
          I agree ! Just as needed. But the speed of their construction ... As it were, to put it mildly, it is alarming (!). And here also in Kerch, on the “Gulf”, they want to lay down TWO new at once (not worked out project (!) ..) UDC ?! ... What do you think, and how many will they build (?!) ... But it would seem ... Or maybe for the time being lay ONE (!!!) ... And in second place, (instead of the second untapped giant in VI 25000) , lay for the Black Sea Fleet frigate 22350.1 (as the “Chichagov” at the 24 UVK UKSK) ?! After all, the ship is a more developed project. E if the speed of its construction will be about 5 years (and not 9-11) !!! for the Black Sea Fleet it will be more useful ?!
          1. bayard April 10 2020 16: 31 New
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            Greetings Vladimir! hi
            Quote: Nemchinov Vl
            Looks optimistic, BUT ?!
            If the most developed project 22350 (with VI 5400) still manages to build for 9-10 years and not at least 4-5 ?! So how much will go on the 22350-M ?! 14-15 for each ?!

            Everything will show this summer this year - they must install the first fully domestic power plant on frigate 22350. And lower it to the water. If everything goes smoothly and sea trials confirm this, then we can say that the GEM for 22350 was born and the pace of construction of frigates from laying, in the new conditions, will be 5 years, and after the industry is swinging, up to 4 years.
            All problems with the deadlines were not due to the shipbuilders ’handiness, but because of the unpreparedness of the Poliment-Redut air defense system, which they had been waiting for. Then from 2014 - the absence of a power plant. Now the air defense system is ready, tested and adopted, and the GEM seems to have gone too ... but only sea trials will confirm this.
            The same thing with the 22350M - there is nothing fundamentally new there - all the on-board equipment, avionics from the already mastered 22350. Only new GEMs (M-70FR \ FRU turbine and gearbox), and an enlarged BC KR and missiles ... Perhaps they will expand the hangar for 2 helicopters (which I would really like).
            Quote: Nemchinov Vl
            Quote: bayard
            And now the fleets need DMZ and OZ workhorses.
            I agree ! Just as needed. But the speed of their construction ... As it were, to put it mildly, it is alarming (!). And here also in Kerch, on the “Gulf”, they want to lay IMMEDIATELY TWO new (not worked out project (!) ..) UDC ?! ... What do you think, and how many will they build (?!) ... But it would seem ... Or maybe lay ONE (!!!)

            Judging by the announced delivery schedules (namely, delivery, not bookmarks) of new UDCs, although they will be laid at the same time, they will be built as a head with a separation from the sistership at least a year. Apparently, specialized crews of shipbuilders will switch from one ship to another as work progresses, and not drive both hulls simultaneously. Perhaps, they don’t have enough hands. And the experience, the analysis of errors, in the second one will not be repeated, if you work with the lag about a year (as stipulated by the delivery schedule.
            It’s better to order, and perhaps to lay it all at once both (but work with the lag, as I described above). Then the contractors receive orders for many years in advance - metal, aggregates, equipment, etc. accessories, and make their plans with confidence in the future. And then the prices for their products will then be lower - yet it’s not a single instance to drive, whatever it is, but a series ...
            The areas and capacities in Kerch allow you to build several large vessels / ships at the same time.
            If the project is based on the very Mistral that was already built by the feed sections, albeit on a different Shipyard (which seems to be true if only based on their VI declared UDC - 25 - 000 tons), then this will be simpler, although what kind of power plant will be used on it while a secret covered with darkness ...
            Quote: Nemchinov Vl
            . And in second place (instead of the second untapped giant in VI 25000), lay frigate 22350.1 for the Black Sea Fleet (like the “Chichagov” at the 24 UVK UKKS) ?! After all, the ship is a more developed project. E if the speed of its construction will be about 5 years (and not 9-11) !!! for the Black Sea Fleet it will be more useful ?!

            If both UDCs are laid at once and nothing prevents it (the same virus is crowned), then the solution will still be correct - such ships are needed, and in 4 pieces. at a minimum, and stretching their construction is not worth it. In addition, the Kerch plant should be launched as soon as possible at full capacity, and without such large orders (large orders of large ships) this will not work.
            As for the construction of 22350+ (or 22350.1) in Kerch, in principle this is possible, and even at the same time, because from 4 to 6 large vessels such as a tanker, dry cargo ship, lighter carrier could be built at the same time. But everything should go in order and capacity the plant should still be gradually gaining, in stages and not on different types of ships.
            In addition, the 2 GCCs in the Baltic - Kaliningrad and St. Petersburg, are, in principle, quite enough to drive 22350+ and 22350M even at the same time, especially since they have already mastered this particular type, and only their presence limits their capabilities \ the lack of power plants in the required quantities to ensure the pace at which they are capable. If the turbines and gearboxes do not fail, then the available capacities for their delivery to these two plants will hardly be enough.
            And not the fact that it’s enough for the Kerch Shipyard as well.
            It’s better to separate the specializations — corvettes and frigates in the Baltic, corvettes at the Amur plant (there are another 10 units waiting for order 20380), in Kerch - UDC, of ​​which 2 units. the fleets will not be enough. A minimum of 4 is necessary, and optimally - 6 pcs. Moreover, their price will be approximately like one frigate 22350 (without M).
            It’s not for me to explain to you how any production can run a fever upon receipt of a large but heterogeneous order after a downtime. And so, shipbuilders will get their hands on the first UDC, the next ones will go noticeably more fun - when clear cooperation is established and the process is debugged to automatism, everything turns out fun, fast and efficiently.
            In addition, if the plans of the Ministry of Defense for the construction of aircraft carriers are justified, then they will have to be built in Kerch. In the Big Stone, you can’t even count on it; they won’t be able to disregard the existing orders from Rosneft and Novatek for 15 years. Branch over - asks for the construction of another - two of the same super-shipyard. And having planted a hand on the UDC, the plant (Kerch) will be able to take up aircraft carriers by the middle of the decade.
            And orders, like frigates, will only hinder these plans.
            Kerch should build only the largest ships - it is capable of this with its infrastructure.
            I think so .
            hi drinks
            1. Nemchinov Vl April 10 2020 23: 13 New
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              Quote: bayard
              Judging by the announced delivery schedules (namely, delivery, not bookmarks) of new UDCs, although they will be laid at the same time, they will be built as a head with a separation from the sistership at least a year
              recourse sometimes your optimism even bribes me, but winked I don’t feel like Pushkin’s, "I myself am glad to be deceived ..." what
              Quote: bayard
              If both UDCs are laid down at once and nothing prevents it (the same virus is crowned), then the solution will still be correct
              belay no
              My friend, even the difference is 3-3,5 years between / head / Gorshkov and / first serial / "Kasatonov," whose displacement is not 25000 but in total 5400 T., did not help to avoid (so-called small primary flaws) ... Do you propose to lay down two monsters at once ?! request what Really do not understand why ?!
              Quote: bayard
              And orders, like frigates, will only hinder these plans.
              From what ?! If after 5 years fr. 22350.1 will be launched, it will be possible to lay the second UDC. Just considering "project errors"identified during the construction of the first !! And one to the other, well, it doesn’t hurt!
              And as for -
              Quote: bayard
              In the Big Stone, you can’t even count on it; they won’t be able to disregard the existing orders from Rosneft and Novatek for 15 years.
              winked so this is bad. There, the pair would not have just prevented - laying the three 22350.1 for 2-3 years. yes And then looks like a private super shipyard on the money of citizens (budgetary) is played and exhaust towards the Navy - "0" . ?! negative it is not right no
              1. bayard April 11 2020 03: 50 New
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                Quote: Nemchinov Vl
                My friend, even the difference of 3-3,5 years between the / head / "Gorshkov" and / the first production / "Kasatonov", the displacement of which is not 25000 but only 5400 tons, did not help to avoid (the so-called small primary defects). .. And you propose to lay two monsters at once ?! Really do not understand why ?!

                I was also somewhat surprised by the laying (planned) of two UDCs at once, but the fact is that such ships are no longer new for our shipbuilding - fussing with the Mistrals, when the stern sections were built in the Baltic Sea and USC representatives controlled their construction in France, for nothing gone. The documentation for them was obtained and plans were to build two more of these ships already entirely at our shipyards. Immediately after the delivery of the first two by the French.
                Prepared for this.
                And the project is most likely just a redesigned "Mistral", hinting at this displacement.
                Apparently they decided not to stretch the pleasure and lay down two hulls at once, because ships are needed. The creation of expeditionary forces of the fleet has been announced, and for this just such expeditionary ships are needed.
                I do not condone or even defend such a decision; I analyze why such decisions were made. Apparently, on the one hand, it was hot (by need), and on the other hand, there is some certainty of success. If “Mistral” were to be received in 2015, then the tritium and the fourth UDC could be laid at our shipyards as early as 2016, which means they were ready for this already. So the laying of 2 buildings in 2020 does not look too ... rash. Most likely, the question arises why this was done so late ... And after all, such questions (why do not lay down the UDC) have been raised regularly all these years ... Most likely they were going to use French engines first (on licensed ones), and then searched for them and what else a replacement from their manufacturers.
                But having received such an order, the “Bay” is unlikely to be able to pull any more orders at the same time, he would digest this. Torn between the construction of the UDC and the frigates ... yes, with such a personnel shortage ... not-so-chick. There haven’t built anything bigger there than MRKs in recent times.
                And let frigates be built by Peter and Kerch, they have a technical process debugged there, cooperation. They and the flag in their hands.
                In the Far East, there is nowhere and no one to build the first ranks of.
                The Amur plant barely develops 20380 corvettes and is awaiting an order for another 10 such corvettes. God grant that he can handle it.
                Bolshoi Kamen - the shipyard is still unfinished and is not yet capable of even “screwdriving assembly” of tankers and bulk carriers. They seemed desperate to wait for gas carriers and Novatek ordered them in Korea. It’s hard with staff, local people don’t go to work - they pay little, housing for employees is just being built ... they are recruiting all over Russia, but locals say that it’s unlikely that many will linger. To go to the ends of the earth in an unsettled way of life and social environment, and at the same time to a very modest salary ... Under the Union, young people were lured by long ruble to such construction sites, and now ... the whole long part of the ruble is given to an effective management. Therefore, management is effective, but construction is not.

                repeat Well, how does it sound like optimism from an enthusiastic high school girl? smile
                The Star on the Stone will not build warships. 10-15 years for sure. Until it is completed, the team will not work out, they will not learn how to build ships. Themselves. They’ll scoop up their orders ... They still have to lay THREE atomic super-icebreakers ... I don’t even know how they deal with this. Where so many qualified people will pick up ...
                If we build frigates and destroyers in the Far East, then most likely on the Amur River, where they were built before. But only after the completion of a series of corvettes. And that means not soon.
                So it’s only necessary to build the first ranks in the Baltic ... maybe even Severodvinsk will someday connect to this.

                Or another option is to regain Zaporizhzhya, Nikolaev and Odessa regions, revive the Nikolaev shipyards and build on them.
                But this is hard to believe.
                Till .
                ... coronovirus ... bully repeat
      4. huntsman650 April 8 2020 17: 32 New
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        It is not necessary, unnecessarily, manned SLS are at low altitude. Detection is small. You can still place s-400 on the coast and work under their cover.
    3. Alexey RA April 8 2020 16: 27 New
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      Quote: Sky Strike fighter
      Project 22350 almost mastered

      Not yet. It will be mastered when the frigate with a fully domestic power plant (and not joint production) passes the state.
  2. Terenin April 8 2020 14: 08 New
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    The ship will conduct final tests in the Baltic Sea, after which it will return to the Severnaya Verf Shipyard to conduct an audit and prepare for transfer to the Russian Navy.

    In my opinion, this was previously called “acceptance testing”, when, after determining the degree of potential risks and the threshold for their admissibility, the question of the appropriateness of putting these products into production and (or) their intended use is decided.
  3. Incompetent April 8 2020 14: 17 New
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    Nuuu was born the whole 2nd ship! Fear the adversaries!
    1. Lamata April 8 2020 14: 46 New
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      We give birth is difficult. But anyway .
      1. Lamata April 8 2020 15: 08 New
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        Minusator, arguments to the studio))) pliz
    2. Nemchinov Vl April 10 2020 14: 41 New
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      Quote: Incompetent
      Nuuu was born the whole 2nd ship! Fear the adversaries!
      good !!! - broke !!! hi laughing +
  4. lvov_aleksey April 8 2020 21: 47 New
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    7 feet under the keel, the rest 100 times voiced even when the slipway was