The frigate Admiral Grigorovich began the transition from the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean

The frigate Admiral Grigorovich began the transition from the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean

The Russian frigate of project 11356 Admiral Grigorovich completed the tasks as part of a permanent grouping of the Russian Navy in the Mediterranean Sea and headed for the Indian Ocean. This was reported by the press service of the Black Sea fleet.


It is reported that the frigate Admiral Grigorovich, escorted by the rescue tugboat “Professor Nikolai Muru”, left the Mediterranean Sea and began passing the Suez Canal. The group will pass the Red Sea, the Bab el-Mandeb Strait and the Gulf of Aden, after which it will enter the Indian Ocean. The frigate's task is to demonstrate the Russian flag in the region.

The crews of a frigate and a rescue ship of the Black Sea Fleet make a transition to the Indian Ocean to demonstrate the flag of the Russian Federation

- said in a statement.

It is emphasized that "the technical capabilities of the frigate and the tugboat allow to perform tasks in the southern latitudes."

"Admiral Grigorovich" is the lead frigate of the sea zone in a series of three ships of the 11356 project, built for the Black Sea Fleet at the Baltic Shipbuilding Plant. Transferred to the Russian Navy 11 March 2016 of the year. It has a displacement of the order of 4 thousand tons, speed - 30 nodes, navigation autonomy - 30 days. The frigate is armed with Caliber-NK cruise missiles, the Shtil-1 self-defense missile system, the A-190 X-mmX caliber mm, the anti-aircraft artillery, the rocket bombing unit, torpedoes, can carry the Ka-100 helicopter (or X-ray Ka-27) or the X-ray Ka-NNXX or K-X-NNX. Crew - 31 people (including 180 officers).
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  1. Doccor18 20 May 2020 11: 27 New
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    It is unfortunate that one hundred of these workhorses of the domestic Navy is only a magnificent three. Such a fleet needs 10 times more.
    1. Vlad Malkin 20 May 2020 12: 02 New
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      Doccor18 (Alexander)

      There would be turbines ...
    2. Oleg kubanoid 20 May 2020 13: 18 New
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      this is a project 90 .. and it had to be built much earlier .. right now it is already outdated ..
    3. Ratmir_Ryazan 20 May 2020 14: 31 New
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      It is unfortunate that one hundred of these workhorses of the domestic Navy is only a magnificent three. Such a fleet needs 10 times more.


      Etc. 11356 was originally made for export, its construction for Russia was associated with delays under Project 22350, now all problems have been solved and more frigates of Project 22350, which are more powerful than 11356, are building for Russia.

      Moreover, even the power of Project 22350 was not enough and the fleet wants an increased Project 22350M.
      1. Cympak 20 May 2020 16: 17 New
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        The frigates pr.11356 have weak anti-submarine capabilities: there is no towed ASG, no PLUR, no Package. If desired, all this could be established, but the "deaths" decided to save.
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          avg 21 May 2020 10: 59 New
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          the "deaths" decided to save.

          This is where you found such "deaths"? Yes, admirals all over the world are busy scrambling and stuffing their most daring Wishlist in the ass.
        2. Ratmir_Ryazan 21 May 2020 14: 07 New
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          The frigates pr.11356 have weak anti-submarine capabilities: there is no towed ASG, no PLUR, no Package. If desired, all this could be established,


          If all of this is established, pr.22350 is obtained by Russia and is doing it now))).

          If you are not in the subject, then do not carry nonsense about the fact that -

          but the "deaths" decided to save.
      2. Alexey RA 20 May 2020 18: 08 New
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        Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
        Etc. 11356 was originally made for export, its construction for Russia was associated with delays under Project 22350, now all problems have been solved and more frigates of Project 22350, which are more powerful than 11356, are building for Russia.

        Not only the delay from 22350 was the reason for the construction of 11356.
        If it were not for the deplorable state with the naval staff of the Black Sea Fleet, we could have waited for the readiness of 22350. But in the Black Sea Fleet, in addition to Moscow, the remaining large surface ships were considered obsolete even during the USSR - there, even pr. 61 and “clean” pr. 1135 had to be kept in I'm building.
  2. Scharnhorst 20 May 2020 11: 34 New
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    I don’t like when they lie in the eyes and do not blush, too early they began to puff their cheeks with great power ...
    1. Vladimir16 20 May 2020 12: 41 New
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      I don't care what you love and what you don't love. wassat
      And our country is great both in size and in people living in it.
      And the ancestors for their courage in defending the homeland honor and praise.
      And you do not love and read my first sentence. laughing
      1. Charlie 20 May 2020 15: 39 New
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        Not great. Big just
  3. Tamparu 20 May 2020 11: 39 New
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    I’ve never been a “moroman,” but why are tugboats constantly walking with our warships? Worried that somewhere at some point a breakdown could happen?
    1. KVU-NSVD 20 May 2020 11: 54 New
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      Quote: TampaRU
      Worried that somewhere at some point a breakdown could happen?

      Well, they are cautious in distant crossings in the event of an accident or fire - anything in the ocean can happen, but we don’t have many ships. it is strange that there is no supply vessel.
      1. Doccor18 20 May 2020 12: 20 New
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        Ocean tug is not only a tug, but also a complex rescue complex.
        Again, it is a pity that we do not have so many of them. Fotiy Krylov, as an indicator of what tugs should arrive in our Navy. Truth and it was built in Finland
    2. Ilya098 20 May 2020 11: 54 New
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      No one is safe from the accident, and in the Indian Ocean we do not have bases and we will have to wait a long time for help. The United States, for example, has bases around the world, and in which case a tug will be sent from there.
    3. Ratmir_Ryazan 20 May 2020 14: 34 New
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      We do not have as many naval bases as NATO ships and send a warship alone; the other end of the world is very risky, this technique sometimes breaks both with us and with us. Only they have more ship groupings; there is someone to take in tow.
  4. zwlad 20 May 2020 11: 52 New
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    The crews of a frigate and a rescue ship of the Black Sea Fleet make a transition to the Indian Ocean to demonstrate the flag of the Russian Federation

    But it was impossible to write something like this instead of this crap - the crews of the frigate and the rescue ship of the Black Sea Fleet make the transition to the Indian Ocean to monitor the actions of the ships of the “partners” located in the Indian Ocean
    So hezh is more solid than waving a flag
    1. bayard 20 May 2020 20: 55 New
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      The demonstration of the flag is one of the tasks of ships on a long voyage. Surely a visit to Iran is planned, and this is not only a demonstration of support, but also a demonstration of the frigate itself. Perhaps a proposal will be made to build such ships for the Iranian Navy, as the arms embargo expires in the fall. It was this type of ships that was delivered to India, and the Indians are happy with them - in the ranks of 6 such pennants and 4 are still ordered. If the Iranians agree with Ukraine about the GEM (as the Indians did), then Kaliningrad Amber will have another good order.
  5. Vasyan1971 20 May 2020 13: 08 New
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    The frigate's task is to demonstrate the Russian flag in the region.

    That's right. Admirals - sea animals, must constantly cut water.
    1. Cympak 20 May 2020 16: 11 New
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      There is such a thing - a resource. When the Admiral project 11356 turbine resource runs out, you will need to either restore it or change it. I’m Ukrainian turbines and there is no replacement for them, because turbines manufactured in Rybinsk for frigates pr.11356 are not suitable. For this reason, 3 unfinished buildings were sold to India, and did not go to KChF
      1. Vasyan1971 20 May 2020 17: 08 New
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        Quote: Cympak
        There is such a thing - a resource.

        And what? Save a resource? Let it rot on the wall?
        1. Cympak 20 May 2020 17: 27 New
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          The resource at the turbines will end and these beauties will rot near the wall, as the best anti-submarine ship of the Russian Navy pr.1155.1 "Admiral Chabanenko" is rotting now

          and patrol ship pr.11540 "Undaunted"

          Like?
          1. Vasyan1971 20 May 2020 18: 18 New
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            Quote: Cympak
            The resource at the turbines will end and these beauties will rot near the wall

            "And if you do not live, then you will not die." ©
            And with Chabanenko, the impression is that he has been jinxed.
            https://topwar.ru/150300-razmyshlenija-o-remonte-bpk-admiral-chabanenko.html
  6. Old26 20 May 2020 13: 11 New
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    Quote: KVU-NSVD
    Well, they are cautious in distant crossings in the event of an accident or fire - anything in the ocean can happen, but we don’t have many ships. it is strange that there is no supply vessel.

    I remember how at one time our “partners” reacted to finding a group of Soviet warships in the Indian Ocean. This was news number 1. Once the "voice" even listed who is there. I don’t remember exactly which of the ANCs of type Kiev was there, plus the EMNIP Leningrad, the landing party of the Rogov, 2 BOD of project 61 and 2 destroyers of project 56. Plus a tank, a tugboat and a supply vessel (or weapons transport - honestly I don’t remember). Now at least one frigate was sent there, and then bread

    Quote: zwlad
    But it was impossible to write something like this instead of this crap - the crews of the frigate and the rescue ship of the Black Sea Fleet make the transition to the Indian Ocean to monitor the actions of the ships of the “partners” located in the Indian Ocean
    So hezh is more solid than waving a flag

    It will be problematic to watch partners using two pennants ...
  7. Cympak 20 May 2020 16: 06 New
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    And where are the patrol ships of the far sea zone of project 22160? It seems that they were just created in order to drive pirates across all sorts of warm seas, and not to spend the valuable resource of large warships.
    And for some reason the Akademik Chersky pipe layer was escorted by the patrol ship pr.11540 Yaroslav the Wise, and, by the way, Ukrainian turbines were standing on it. Due to the exhaustion of the resource of these turbines, it’s fun (long-term repair) to have his Undaunted syster-thorn.
    1. Alexey RA 20 May 2020 18: 12 New
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      Quote: Cympak
      And where are the patrol ships of the far sea zone of project 22160? It seems that they were just created in order to drive pirates across all sorts of warm seas, and not to spend the valuable resource of large warships.

      PMSM, for flag demonstrations 22160 looks too solid. smile
      - Give the ends! - Sitnikov commanded and rang out by telegraph. Light gray with black drips, the side of the Budyonny immediately went back. The commanding staff escorting the commander took the visor.
      - The flag? asked the tall one softly.
      - The flag! - Sitnikov repeated in a full voice, and Vaska pulled the halyard. The red bundle, taking off, turned around with a huge cloth that covered almost half of the mast.
      -- Important! - thought out loud Sovchuk. - What is your demonstration!
      The flag really was not for the ship. Stretched out in a crosswind, it burned with unbearable redness and crushed it by its size. All "Budyonny" disappeared behind his running folds.
      The tall one looked inquiringly at Sitnikov.
      “There were no others,” he answered. - Not allowed, it means that the commander himself went on small ships.
      Small and gray suddenly pulled his hands out of his pockets.
      - Nonsense! - jumped to Vaska. - Stop the booth! Take away!
      © Kolbasyev S.A. Sled.
      1. Cympak 21 May 2020 01: 13 New
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        The ships of Project 22160 IMHO look very good (someone gave a well-defined definition - "imperial design"), only the real combat benefit from them tends to zero. Instead of using it for its intended purpose (i.e., displaying a flag in peacetime and anti-piracy patrolling), they come up with very strange tasks: to be a radar patrol ship in order to transmit information about an detected enemy to coastal air defense systems and anti-ship missiles.
        That's just the RTS at 22160 for the radar patrol is rather weak and low-lying. Not to mention the fact that the AWACS plane should be engaged in this task. Yes, and the combat stability of 22160 for such a watch tends to zero, there is practically nothing to fight off aviation, surface ships and submarines with. If you are lucky, you may have time to convey information about the enemy detected, however, at the cost of your death.