BDK project 11711 "Peter Morgunov" will return to "Yantar" for finishing work

BDK project 11711 "Peter Morgunov" will return to "Yantar" for finishing work

The first serial BDK of project 11711 "Peter Morgunov" will be returned from the factory sea trials to the Baltic shipyard "Yantar" after June 8. This was reported by TASS with reference to a source in the shipbuilding industry.


According to the interlocutor of the news agency, BDK will return to "Yantar" to conduct regular finishing work before the next stage of the ZHI. At this stage of factory sea trials, the ship set off on May 25.

At the beginning of next week, the Peter Morgunov BDK will return to Yantar after the ZHI for regular finishing work

- said the source.

According to the press service of Yantar, it is planned that in June the BDK will go over to state tests, after which it will be transferred to the Russian Navy.

According to the plans announced earlier, the BDK was supposed to finish the sea trials by mid-April and immediately switch to the state, so that in May it would become a part fleet. Now, according to the announced new plans, the delivery deadline for the ship to the customer has again been postponed.

BDK "Peter Morgunov" is the second ship of the project 11711 and the first serial after the lead BDK "Ivan Gren". Laid down in June 2015 and launched on May 25, 2018. The construction of the ship was carried out with delays, since it was necessary to correct the mistakes made in the design of the lead ship.

BDK 11711 is able to accommodate 13 tanks or more than 30 armored personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles. The ship also provides for the deployment of a reinforced battalion of the Marine Corps, as well as the temporary basing of various types of ship helicopters. The ship has a cruising range of 4 thousand nautical miles, which allows you to perform tasks in the far sea zone.
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  1. Fedorov 6 June 2020 10: 15 New
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    Well, everything seems to be fine according to plan with delays, as always. Even if so, than nothing. Seven feet under the keel !
    And the receiving officer is a significant person (there is a whole commission). The nut is not tightened with that effort - the whole ship is back, in the sense of reconsidering and how it walks.
    1. WILL 6 June 2020 11: 08 New
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      It’s good that even so! Will bring and give the ship! How many years have the Marines not received their "cabs" ... good news!
  2. Doccor18 6 June 2020 10: 15 New
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    Nice ship. However, a little expensive and complicated in order to become a workhorse for the landing forces of the fleet. The need for such ships is in the tens. So many certainly will not be built.
    1. orionvitt 6 June 2020 12: 54 New
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      Quote: Doccor18
      However, a little expensive and complicated

      A little expensive and complicated, because the lead ship. The project was processed several times and, accordingly, the ship was redone. The next ships of the series will be much cheaper.
      1. rumpeljschtizhen 6 June 2020 15: 19 New
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        Vryatli is cheaper and certainly not faster; the next ones are again changed by the project (more relevant to modern realities)
      2. Tiksi-3 7 June 2020 21: 19 New
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        Quote: orionvitt
        because the lead ship

        belay head Gren ....
        Quote: orionvitt
        Next ships of the series

        series will no longer .... another project will be built 2 more BDK
  3. Vasyan1971 6 June 2020 10: 16 New
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    Now, according to the announced new plans, the delivery deadline for the ship to the customer has again been postponed.

    Well ... Not the first time, nor the last. We are not used to it.
    If only they did it normally.
  4. Alexey from Perm 6 June 2020 10: 37 New
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    Here it is a loss of competence .... and everything translates into the cost of ships.
    1. Serg65 6 June 2020 11: 03 New
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      Quote: Alexey from Perm
      Here it is a loss of competence

      And what is the loss? What competency?
      1. WILL 6 June 2020 11: 14 New
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        Sergey, my greetings hi Uncle farted in a puddle ... far from the Navy, but a writer!
        But the good Ships were built by the Poles!
        1. Ross xnumx 6 June 2020 11: 23 New
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          Quote: ANIMAL
          But the good Ships were built by the Poles!

          But good ships were built in Polish shipyards under the supervision of military representatives from the USSR ... They built a lot ... yes
          1. WILL 6 June 2020 11: 32 New
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            Quote: ROSS 42
            Quote: ANIMAL
            But the good Ships were built by the Poles!

            But good ships were built in Polish shipyards under the supervision of military representatives from the USSR ... They built a lot ... yes

            Well, here is a rare case when Opinions coincide! Poland is the main supplier of landing ships! Sergei has a claim to them, but to me they just like them! He is a Real Shipmaster, Carrier (Sergey no offense, you know naval humor). Maybe both the pros and cons of the Polish BDK give.
        2. Serg65 6 June 2020 11: 25 New
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          hi Greetings Lech!
          Quote: ANIMAL
          far from the Navy, but a writer!

          Right now every second admiral and writer laughing
          Quote: ANIMAL
          But the good Ships were built by the Poles!

          Ships are not bad, but conceptually outdated when designing wink
      2. Alexey from Perm 6 June 2020 18: 32 New
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        you don’t need to worry, you’re always nishtyak forever
  5. Thrifty 6 June 2020 10: 46 New
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    This is quiet horror! But, further due to the loss of succession of generations it will be even worse! Fifteen years will be spent on the stanchion of the helicopter carrier, and 15 years on putting it into operation, with the elimination of all the bunts!
    1. Serg65 6 June 2020 11: 21 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      due to the loss of succession of generations it will be even worse!

      If the succession had not been lost, then Morgunov would have already been accepted into the Navy, and for the next 3-4 years, science would be sitting on the BDK and completing this ship on the go, i.e. in fact, for 3-4 years this ship was theoretically part of the Navy, but actually not operational ..... the fleet would have been at the fifth point, because the industry was drunk, with money and chocolate! This is if we talk about the succession of generations!
      1. Cyril G ... 6 June 2020 12: 19 New
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        By the way, it is correctly said. And they would finish reluctantly. Well, why, you signed the acceptance certificate!
  6. Stirbjorn 6 June 2020 10: 51 New
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    It seems that everyone should work on Gren. Complex weapons systems are absent, why such problems ?! He should have passed the plan by the end of 2019
    1. Mitroha 6 June 2020 11: 01 New
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      I suspect that the leadership of Amber should answer this question. And at other times, they would not like the questions that they would ask.
      1. Serg65 6 June 2020 11: 26 New
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        Quote: Mitroha
        And at other times, they would not like the questions that they would ask.

        laughing What do you know about other times ???
        1. Mitroha 7 June 2020 10: 09 New
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          I remember very well the Soviet Union when Brezhnev was still healthy, and what I used to learn from history and books.
          What confused you?
          1. Serg65 8 June 2020 08: 24 New
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            Quote: Mitroha
            What confused you?

            It was embarrassing that you don’t even know how industry handed over ships to the fleet in the USSR !!!
            1. Mitroha 8 June 2020 09: 06 New
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              Quote: Serg65

              It was embarrassing that you don’t even know how industry handed over ships to the fleet in the USSR !!!

              Should everyone know this? And it’s enough for me to know that for example, over 11 years, 28 BDKs of Project 775 and 775M were produced and transferred to the fleet.
              And they wanted to transfer Morgunov to 2018 now in 2020, and things are still there. So who needs to ask questions?
              I’m not talking about Grena and 14 years old.
              1. Serg65 8 June 2020 10: 26 New
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                Quote: Mitroha
                Should everyone know this?

                laughing Come on? Do not hide behind everyone!
                Quote: Mitroha
                For 11 years, 28 BDKs of Project 775 and 775M were produced and transferred to the fleet.

                This is a special case, the BDKs were built in Poland, at Polish shipyards ..... therefore, the military representative and the commander of the ship were not pressured by the Central Committee, the Minister of Shipbuilding and the Navy Command!
                Quote: Mitroha
                And they wanted to transfer Morgunov to 2018 now in 2020, and things are still there.

                So what? Earth changed poles?
                Quote: Mitroha
                So who needs to ask questions?

                To the military representative, the commander of the ship, bull-calves, groupmen, operators, and even the military .... on the ship, many will answer your question!
                Quote: Mitroha
                I’m not talking about Grena and 14 years old.

                Why not talk? You really say that Gren generally wanted to cut into metal, because this project does not fit into modern methods of warfare!
                Quote: Mitroha
                I perfectly remember the Soviet Union when Brezhnev was still healthy

                you have written on the avatar STROYBAT, so tell us how the building battalion under Brezhnev built ... only honestly!
                1. Mitroha 8 June 2020 12: 16 New
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                  Quote: Serg65
                  therefore, the military representative and the commander of the ship were not pressured by the Central Committee, the Minister of Shipbuilding and the Navy Command!

                  Maybe because they met the deadlines and quality? Or were they taken differently? You want to say that only Poland could build ships then?
                  Quote: Serg65
                  So what? Earth changed poles?

                  Is this an argument or a reason? Do you consider this a constructive conversation?
                  Quote: Serg65
                  so tell us how to build

                  Classic ..... don’t tell me, and I won’t tell you. hi
                  1. Serg65 8 June 2020 13: 10 New
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                    Quote: Mitroha
                    Maybe because they met the deadlines and quality?

                    The timing differed a little, but the quality is yes!
                    Quote: Mitroha
                    Or were they taken differently?

                    That's exactly the other way! They took them as they should, and not like in the Union!
                    Quote: Mitroha
                    You want to say that only Poland could build ships then?

                    belay Did I say that?
                    We were able to build the same thing .. here for example PSKR pr. 1360, built over the schedule, efficiently and without complaints!
                    Quote: Mitroha
                    Do you consider this a constructive conversation?

                    Here I am telling you about Yerema, and all of you are imagining Thomas! I’m trying to convey to you what the rush during the construction of the Soviet military .. yes and not only warships but also ships !!!
                    Quote: Mitroha
                    do not tell me

                    what Those. about the Soviet construction battalion, we will not talk? crying sorry!
    2. KVU-NSVD 6 June 2020 11: 21 New
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      Quote: Stirbjorn
      It seems that everyone should work on Gren. WITH

      Working out Gren's sores is probably not the whole problem. Most likely questions to allies on the production chain and their products.
      1. Serg65 6 June 2020 11: 27 New
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        Quote: KVU-NSVD
        Most likely questions to allies on the production chain and their products.

        That's it, the groupman did not like the sound of the bearing ... change !!!
    3. Serg65 6 June 2020 11: 22 New
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      Quote: Stirbjorn
      It seems that everyone should work on Gren

      What is the conversation in the article about?
  7. Vlad Malkin 6 June 2020 11: 34 New
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    Sea trials for this purpose are designed to identify all sorts of "sores"!
  8. Comrade Michael 6 June 2020 13: 06 New
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    all bring it ...?
  9. Stas1973 6 June 2020 13: 07 New
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    To begin with, on the deck, as before, the graduates are in gas masks. Even with a wretched amount of 13 tanks.
  10. nnz226 6 June 2020 13: 59 New
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    It would be better to provide a dozen helicopters based on this BDK! This includes fire support, and the rapid evacuation of wounded paratroopers (golden hour), and even PLO at the transition to the landing site ...
  11. aviator6768 6 June 2020 18: 52 New
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    Something I didn’t understand from the comments - are they returning the case or the little things? (Himself in marine affairs - a complete ignoramus, but just afraid ... Once on a ferry from Cyprus to haifa - I drank with fear all night ...)