The former Project 1155 BOD, re-qualified as frigates Marshal Shaposhnikov, which has undergone major overhaul and modernization in the Dalzavod ship repair center, is preparing to return to service. On Monday, October 19, the ship entered the second stage of sea trials. This is reported by the Ministry of Defense.
On Monday, October 19, the frigate left Dalzavod, entering the next stage of testing. The ship was taken out of the water area of the enterprise by Pacific Fleet tugs and escorted to the outer roadstead, from where "Marshal Shaposhnikov" went to the Sea of Japan to sea ranges fleet.
At this stage, according to the press service of the Ministry of Defense, the operation of the power plant, steering gear, auxiliary mechanisms, communications, detection and navigation equipment will be checked on the ship. In addition, the crew and the delivery team will conduct high-speed and maneuverable tests of the frigate.
As previously reported, the former BOD of project 1155 "Marshal Shaposhnikov" in the summer of 2019 was retrained as frigate. This decision was made by the Ministry of Defense.
In the course of modernization, Marshal Shaposhnikov installed the Uran anti-ship complex with X-35 missiles, a universal launcher for Kalibr, Onyx or Zircon cruise missiles, a Bagira universal naval artillery fire control system, a ship complex electronic suppression TK-25, the bow artillery mount was replaced. More than 20% of the ship's superstructure were dismantled and re-manufactured, the hull was repaired, and other works were carried out.
As previously reported in the press service of the Pacific Fleet, the frigate will return to the fleet by the end of this year.