BPC Kerch of the Black Sea Fleet sent for disposal

BPC Kerch of the Black Sea Fleet sent for disposal

Large anti-submarine ship "Kerch" project 1134B (code "Berkut-B") went for disposal. As reported by the Sevastopol Television, the ship was towed to Inkerman Bay at the last parking lot and subsequent butchering.


The Kerch BCP was the third in a series of seven ships of Project 1134B (the Berkut-B code, according to NATO codification - Kara class), built at the 61 Kommunar shipyard in Nikolaev. The main purpose is the action as part of the search and strike groups to search for and destroy nuclear missile submarines in remote areas of the ocean.

Laid down on April 30, 1971, launched on July 21, 1972. It was commissioned on December 25, 1974. He served in the Black Sea fleetFrom 1994 to 1997 was the flagship of the fleet.

In 2014, the ship embarked on a planned rehabilitation, but the fire that broke out in November 2014 on the BOD caused too much damage to the ship. The Navy Commission, which conducted the survey of the ship, decided not to restore it, but to dispose of it. In 2015, the Kerch BPC was withdrawn from the combat fleet and began to withdraw weapons.

On February 15, 2020, a solemn ceremony of lowering the Navy flag took place on the ship, the BOD was finally withdrawn from the fleet and transferred to the category of military equipment of the Ministry of Defense.

Recall that the new marching engines of the BPC "Kerch" of Ukrainian production were dismantled and rearranged on the patrol ship of project 1135 (code "Petrel") "Ladny". On “Kerch” completely new turbines were installed, purchased from Ukraine before the Maidan coup, at the same time, the “Turbine” turbines fully exhausted their resources.
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  1. Ilya-spb April 28 2020 10: 13 New
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    Sorry ... Surely the ship served the country.
    1. kjhg April 28 2020 10: 33 New
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      Who is sorry? Ship? Sailors?
      Sailors, on the contrary, are even glad, probably, that they got rid of such junk from which sand fell. Just think, what ancient instruments and equipment stood on it? A ship plowed for 40 years for the good of the country. How long to? It’s the same as not to send a 65-year-old veteran on a well-deserved rest, drive him along the front lines and assign the same tasks as the young ones.
      The only thing you could do was make a museum out of it. Apparently, they did not consider it appropriate.
      1. 210ox April 28 2020 10: 45 New
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        And how many incidentally do we have such museum ships? Not so much. Well, firstly, the Aurora In Kaliningrad, in Novorossiysk, the cruiser Kutuzov, the atomic icebreaker Lenin, as far as I know. Not so much. It is necessary to preserve the memory of the Great State and of those who built and served on these ships.
        1. denplot April 28 2020 11: 53 New
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          Restless in Kronstadt, Savvy in Sevastopol will be, in Vladivostok the Red Pennant, the icebreaker Angara in Irkutsk. This is offhand. Plus pl in quantity.
        2. antivirus April 28 2020 12: 15 New
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          about the Great State and about those who built and served on these ships.

          -and a separate stand, an exposition about builders - Nikolayevtsa.
          20 years ago, a friend: "I’m easier for a diver to sleep (?), than I’ll make harm between two sides"
        3. Galleon April 28 2020 13: 48 New
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          Peter: Aurora, icebreaker Krasin, D-2 square, Vytegra: B-440 dpl, Moscow: B-396 dpl, Kaliningrad, World Ocean Museum: non-magnetic schooner Vityaz, B-413 dpl, Cosmonaut Victor Patsaev ", fishery CPT -129 ... The list is not complete ...
        4. Zoomlion April 28 2020 23: 39 New
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          Aurora in Kaliningrad?
        5. Simargl April 30 2020 19: 50 New
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          Quote: 210ox
          And how many incidentally do we have such museum ships?
          If you don’t pull out those that are on land - not a lot, but a small tonnage (somewhere up to 1000 tons) ...
      2. TermNachTer April 28 2020 19: 55 New
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        In conditions when large ships of the Black Sea Fleet can be counted on the fingers, the cancellation of “Kerch” is premature. It was possible to recapture and rearm at UVP. "By eye" figured, it was possible to install 4 pcs. in the bow and stern. 64 missiles - almost "Moscow".
      3. otstoy April 28 2020 21: 13 New
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        The living conditions on it were very good. One of the best in the Soviet Navy,
        1. kjhg April 28 2020 21: 26 New
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          Quote: otstoy
          The living conditions on it were very good. One of the best in the Soviet Navy,

          I have not heard that. If so, then it pleases. We got so started that the last thing they think about the comfort of sailors and soldiers. But what about the conditions on current ships? Did you serve on it?
          1. otstoy April 28 2020 21: 29 New
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            No, only then. Compared to project 61, life in the Bukharas was excellent.
    2. lucul April 28 2020 10: 36 New
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      Sorry ... Surely the ship served the country.

      Yeah, they only helped to dispose of it ...
      In 2014, the ship embarked on a planned restoration, but the fire that broke out in November 2014 on the BOD caused too much damage to the ship. The Navy Commission, which conducted the survey of the ship, decided not to restore it, but to dispose of it.
      1. Vladimir_2U April 29 2020 12: 32 New
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        Quote: lucul
        helped to dispose of

        As the saying goes: ".. but there is a nuance."
  2. rotmistr60 April 28 2020 10: 21 New
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    Laid down on April 30, 1971, launched on July 21, 1972
    Almost 50 years of service gives every right to retire despite the fact that the fleet is being updated (maybe not as fast as it seems to many). And it’s probably time to completely solve the issue of the production of its engines (who thought in the Soviet Socialist Republic that Ukraine would become an enemy).
    1. hydrox April 28 2020 10: 29 New
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      Sorry.
      What a handsome ship was ...
    2. donavi49 April 28 2020 10: 39 New
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      40. He in 2012-13 went into actual repair. Well, he didn’t come out of it anymore. Rather, he went to the morgue.
    3. The leader of the Redskins April 28 2020 10: 44 New
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      So, according to current laws, he must be pulled to 65 until retirement! laughing
      But seriously, even though I’m not a marine person, I can see that the replacements are not equivalent. We remove the BOD, and we enter either an MRK or a patrol vessel.
      1. novel66 April 28 2020 11: 00 New
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        That's it, but the Turks are building boats with VNEU slowly .. why chase them?
        1. Gray brother April 28 2020 12: 18 New
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          Quote: novel xnumx
          That's it, but the Turks are building boats with VNEU slowly .. why chase them?

          "Varshavyanki".
          1. novel66 April 28 2020 12: 23 New
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            tanks do not fight tanks
            1. Gray brother April 28 2020 12: 32 New
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              Quote: novel xnumx
              tanks do not fight tanks

              All Russian submarines have anti-submarine missiles.
              "Waterfalls" are thrown and write letters with a small underline. It is especially pleasant to use them if the enemy was the first to launch torpedoes guided by wire.
  3. Well done April 28 2020 10: 21 New
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    It’s sad. And with turbines, the mess is complete.
    1. Ilya-spb April 28 2020 10: 24 New
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      So it seems like they wanted to fix it with us? Or I'm wrong...

      Of course, I'm not an engineer ...

      But only ... In St. Petersburg there is a Kirov plant, Izhora plants. Are they not able to make a turbine for the ship?
      1. hydrox April 28 2020 10: 40 New
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        There is no one to do it :: Schools of turbine builders, gearboxes, engine interface equipment, technical and technical specifications have been devastated, higher education does not give out worthwhile mechanical engineers, and the military cannot wait for competent technical specifications and meeting calendar plans, moreover, they have 7 Fridays a week with eternal desire sequester denyushka.
        And most importantly, there are no FRAMES at the plants.
        1. knn54 April 28 2020 11: 50 New
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          -No FRAMES.
          The terrible Russian Reality, there are vacancies, and unemployment is growing.
          "Effective managers" for a kulman (conditionally) or for the machine you will not put.
          Money is allocated to support perfume and cosmetic salons, MacDonalds, brokerage houses, and of course banks.
          The people are "brainwashed" by cosmetic repairs of nuclear submarines and other equipment.
          The opposition is furious that there may be nothing left for it.
          I do not want to think about the time when the Soviet achievements were over, the machine park would become worthless.
          Sore.
      2. seregin-s1 April 28 2020 10: 51 New
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        PJSC UEC-Saturn Rybinsk does.
        1. otstoy April 28 2020 21: 17 New
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          There they make turbines only under 22350.
    2. donavi49 April 28 2020 10: 43 New
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      There are brand new turbines. Now the Ladny will run on them. They were received under Yanukovych.

      Kerch finished off the fire. For a bunch of everything burned out. We decided not to deal with hauling highways on a 45+ year old ship + digest the power set on the hull, because the characteristics changed in an important and busy place.
    3. otstoy April 28 2020 21: 15 New
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      Well, that at least it happened. If it weren’t fodder for Kerch, but a bow MO, and Ladny would go after her.
  4. New Year day April 28 2020 10: 25 New
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    full video
  5. BISMARCK94 April 28 2020 10: 41 New
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    And the ship is handsome ... Well, a seniority pension is worthy! hi
  6. iouris April 28 2020 10: 42 New
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    If this is not cannibalism, then what is cannibalism?
    Who is there heading the department of light industry?
    However, it’s too late to drink Borjomi.
    1. Dante Alighieri April 28 2020 20: 04 New
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      Natural cannibalism. And alright, weaker ships would be sacked in favor of stronger ones, but exchanging BOD for TFR, to be frank, is a very controversial decision, even if we take into account the medium-term prospect of commissioning new ships. Of course, I understand that, technically, Ladny is in much better condition than Kerch, but this situation makes it even more offensive: the units actually needed by our fleet burn, rust, rot and, as a result, come to waste, while the middle peasants, who have not played at least any significant factor in the confrontation at sea for a long time, continue to spend their modest century. I’m not saying that the 1135 is a bad ship, on the contrary for its time it was not bad at all, so much so that its variations in the form of pr. 11356 find their place in the modern world, too, but you can’t jump above the head of this series: as they were average people, so those continue to be. But 1134-B had every chance of being transformed into something much more significant and such projects were and were even embodied in metal, it is a pity that this did not go further. But they could provide real help to their classmates at number 1155.
  7. rocket757 April 28 2020 10: 50 New
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    Everything has its time.
    1. novel66 April 28 2020 11: 01 New
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      while there is no change - the sentry has no right to leave its post! Hi hi
      1. rocket757 April 28 2020 12: 10 New
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        Hi soldier
        What country are we living in now? Who is the “ruler of our ball”? Privatizators, and for them the main thing is only loot.
        The sentry, of course, must and must, but how it was treated makes service impossible!
        The heads must be removed from those who interfere, steal, destroy ... was this done ??? I doubt it very much!
        Therefore, it will burn, crumble, sink, fall and continue on the list.
    2. iouris April 28 2020 11: 17 New
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      Time is a non-renewable resource, it is no longer there (the head of the bobo, but also the money of tyuty).
  8. Aleksandr1971 April 28 2020 10: 55 New
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    It is interesting that on April 22 on this site there was news that another BOD of project 1135 Ladny, which also survived a severe fire, will be returned to service.
    Apparently due to the fact that in Russia they cannot master the production of power plants for ships, and such "self-similarity" occurs. Since Maidan 2014, 6 years have already passed. When will the notorious self-sufficiency in armaments finally appear!
  9. Mavrikiy April 28 2020 11: 01 New
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    Laid down on April 30, 1971, launched on July 21, 1972. It was commissioned on December 25, 1974.
    There was a time ....... 4 years and 6700 tons in operation. request
  10. xomaNN April 28 2020 11: 02 New
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    but the fire that broke out in November 2014 on the BOD caused too much damage to the ship.

    The same rake in the ship industry for decades in a row ... That will be the edge ???. Measures should not only be imputed in these cases.
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    Goodbye Kerch!

    A series of pr. 1134 A / B, together with 1135, was the backbone of the surface Navy of the USSR in 70 years. On the ships of this project I had to work with RPK complexes.
  11. alex aircraft April 28 2020 11: 03 New
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    BOD was built and commissioned in 3.5 years with: stagnation; but how many smaller ships are being built now? and all kinds of GDP will tell me about the impasse of socialism and that there was nothing besides galoshes.
  12. avia12005 April 28 2020 11: 16 New
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    The Ministry of Industry and Trade, led by Minister Manturov, who is the richest in the Cabinet under both Medvedev and Mishustin, is responsible for production in the Russian Federation. Guess three times - does he need production?
  13. Old Horseradish April 28 2020 11: 46 New
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    A sub colony has no right, by definition, to have large ships.
    In order not to scream fools, the reality is as follows:
    What is the ruble? This is sub-money. That is what it is.

    Even the most shocked what the ruble is. And what do we get for our work.
  14. Region-25.rus April 28 2020 12: 14 New
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    Laid down on April 30, 1971, launched on July 21, 1972. Put into operation on December 25, 1974
    knew how to build ah!
  15. Andrey the Magnificent April 28 2020 12: 39 New
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    This is the construction time of the ship, for ONE year !!!
    Such a country was destroyed !!! (((
    As I understand Vereshchagin from the classics of the Soviet cinema "The White Sun of the Desert": "There used to be a power, before there were smugglers, but now there is no power, there is no customs, there are no smugglers"
    In general, such a country was destroyed !!! ((( am
  16. Old26 April 28 2020 13: 49 New
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    Quote: 210ox
    And how many incidentally do we have such museum ships? Not so much. Well, firstly, the Aurora In Kaliningrad, in Novorossiysk, the cruiser Kutuzov, the atomic icebreaker Lenin, as far as I know. Not so much. It is necessary to preserve the memory of the Great State and of those who built and served on these ships.

    This has been talked about for about 40 years, at least, but things are still there. In the early 80s, there was an article on this topic in TM. In fact, we have lost a giant layer of ships of the 20th century. No project destroyer? or 7U, TFR of the first projects, project 26 cruisers. But even in the late 60s and early 70s these ships were in service, albeit in the form of training ships ... From the post-war - EM project 30 bis IMHO there are no . EM project 56/57 - too. The cruiser of the project 68 - "Kutuzov". Project 1134 cruisers - no, project 1134A BOD - no. Our first project 58 missile cruisers are not there either. In fact, several submarines and ships became museum exhibits. Everything else is on the needles

    Quote: iouris
    If this is not cannibalism, then what is cannibalism?

    Cannibalism, dear, is when removed from one, and put on the other. And nowhere to put. There are no ships of this project live except for “Kerch” ...
  17. Adimius38 April 28 2020 14: 03 New
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    hit the ship with their mediocrity and sloppiness
  18. 7,62h54 April 28 2020 15: 11 New
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    Properly organized diversion brings a good result, at minimal cost. Kerch, Kuznetsov, PD. All these are links of one chain, you can’t write off disorder here.
    1. otstoy April 28 2020 21: 27 New
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      This is because the military has nowhere to dissolve. When the Su-34 pilots, upon returning from flights, begin to play like children, and lose two aircraft worth 70 megabytes. Someone answered for this disgrace?
      1. alexmach April 29 2020 00: 32 New
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        For this, in fact, someone paid with their lives.
  19. Destroyermen April 28 2020 21: 55 New
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    Sorry for the old woman ... could be a wonderful museum. There are not many large ships left in the 1970s ...
  20. made13 April 29 2020 11: 14 New
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    I hope after that in Sevastopol they will stop offering Kutuzov from Novorossiysk to pick up - they themselves have missed the opportunity to build a museum. Personal pocket, as always, won.
    A couple of years ago, our Sevastopol patriots demanded or offered the cruiser Kutuzov to be transferred to Sevastopol. And his own, actually a ready-made museum, about .... Kutuzov 210m long, Kerch 162. I do not think that the maintenance of Kerch as a museum would be more expensive than Kutuzov.
    Patriots were blown away :-(