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The submarine "Rostov-on-Don" Black Sea Fleet went for scheduled repairs

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The submarine "Rostov-on-Don" Black Sea Fleet went for scheduled repairs

The diesel-electric submarine of project 636.3 Rostov-on-Don began the inter-naval transition from the Black Sea to the Baltic. The submarine is sent for scheduled repairs, which will be carried out at one of the OSK enterprises in the Baltic.


According to the Ministry of Defense, the Rostov-on-Don submarine has already passed the straits and entered the Mediterranean Sea, continuing its transition to the North-West of the country. The military department did not specify which shipyard the submarine was sent to carry out scheduled repairs, but there is a high probability that it will be the Kronstadt Marine Plant, where another project 636.3 diesel submarine, Stary Oskol, is currently undergoing scheduled repairs. Her return to the roster fleet planned for July.

DEPL Rostov-on-Don became part of the Black Sea Fleet at the end of December 2014. She is the second after the lead diesel-electric submarine Novorossiysk in a series of six Varshavyanka built for the Black Sea Fleet at the Admiralty Shipyards in St. Petersburg.

Laid on November 21, 2011, launched on June 26, 2014, on October 21, 2014 factory sea trials began. Joined the fleet on December 27, 2014.

Main characteristics: Surface displacement 2350 tons, underwater 3950 tons. Length 73,8 meters, width 9,9 meters, draft 6,2 meters. Surface speed 17 knots, underwater 20 knots. Working immersion depth of 240 meters, the limit of 300 meters. Autonomy of swimming for 45 days. The crew of 52 people.

Engines: 2 diesel generators of 1000 kW each, supplying: main electric motor 5500 hp, economic electric motor with a power of 190 hp, two standby electric motors of 102 hp each Mover - one seven-blade low-speed propeller.

Armed with 533-mm torpedoes and cruise missiles "Caliber".
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  1. mdsr
    mdsr 25 June 2020 10: 29
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    Yeah, time flies fast. It seems that they were built only yesterday, but now 6 years have passed, 6 difficult years. Varshavyanka very well strengthened the Black Sea Fleet and the Mediterranean permanent detachment of ships.
  2. Cyril G ...
    Cyril G ... 25 June 2020 10: 39
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    And on the Black Sea there is nowhere to go through current repairs?
    1. g1v2
      g1v2 25 June 2020 11: 29
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      This is a fake repair. Under the convention, our submarines can leave the World Cup through the Turkish Straits only for repairs. Therefore, in order to keep the on-duty couple of diesel officers on the cover of Tartus, they are periodically sent for repairs to St. Petersburg. And after the repair, they spend several months off the coast of Syria. Then they return to the World Cup, and the next submarine takes on the type of repair.
      1. paul72
        paul72 25 June 2020 13: 43
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        Interesting version
        1. g1v2
          g1v2 25 June 2020 14: 45
          +4
          This is not a version. This is what they have been doing since 14-15. The Montreux Convention, however, has not disappeared. The Turks, of course, understand everything, but formally everything is respected.
    2. Krasnoyarsk
      Krasnoyarsk 25 June 2020 14: 35
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      Quote: Cyril G ...
      And on the Black Sea there is nowhere to go through current repairs?

      He thought about it only after reading the title of the article.
      Black Sea factories must master this competency. It would be easier to send 3-5 leading specialists to Sevastopol than to drive a boat over the distant seas.
  3. xomaNN
    xomaNN 25 June 2020 10: 53
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    It is a good sign that the submarines are not being "driven" but are undergoing scheduled repairs. An example, when the ships of the Russian Navy were not repaired in the early 90s, and as a result they lost a significant part of the fleet, I hope everyone remembers.
  4. Old26
    Old26 25 June 2020 14: 21
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    Quote: g1v2
    This is a fake repair. Under the convention, our submarines can leave the World Cup through the Turkish Straits only for repairs.

    Are you sure about that? More like a fake your statement. The passage restriction for boats is only applicable to boats. NON-BLACK SEA COUNTRIES. Here they really can pass through the straits to the Black Sea GOING FOR REPAIR ONLY. In general, most of the restrictions under the Strait Treaty apply specifically to ships NON-BLACK SEA COUNTRIES (time spent, displacement, etc.)