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The timing of launching the third "Varshavyanka" for the Pacific Fleet has become known

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The timing of launching the third "Varshavyanka" for the Pacific Fleet has become known

The third submarine "Magadan" of project 636.3 "Varshavyanka", being built at the "Admiralty shipyards" for the Pacific Fleet, will be launched in the first quarter of next year. The press service of the enterprise reports.


The launch of the Magadan diesel-electric submarine is scheduled for the first quarter of 2021. The submarine is the third in a series of six submarines being built at the Admiralty Shipyards for the Pacific fleet according to the contract signed in September 2016. It was laid down on November 1, 2019, on the same day as the fourth submarine of this project, named Ufa. The fourth diesel-electric submarine is in the process of preparing the docking of the blocks into a single building. There is no data on the timing of launching the Ufa.

Recall that the lead submarine of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky series was transferred to the Russian Navy on November 25, 2019, the first serial submarine - Volkhov - entered the fleet on October 24, 2020. Both submarines will go to Kamchatka next year, 2021, making an inter-fleet crossing through the Northern Sea Route. The transition is scheduled for the summer.

The fifth submarine of this series for the Pacific Fleet, according to the press service of the Admiralty Shipyards, will be laid down by the end of this year, the date has not yet been announced.

The company noted that since 1997, "Admiralty Shipyards" have built 25 diesel-electric submarines of Project 636 and its modifications.
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  1. Proxima
    Proxima 26 October 2020 14: 39
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    It is very gratifying that the 636 project is on stream! With other projects, the PL would be like that ..
    1. Borik
      Borik 26 October 2020 14: 43
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      Project 636 has been on stream for a long time. The number of those built is approaching the third ten.
      1. Proxima
        Proxima 26 October 2020 15: 45
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        Quote: Borik
        Project 636 has been on stream for a long time.

        I'm not talking about that. Remember the efforts with which the "Varshavyanka" were produced, and now there is one submarine in almost two years! This is undoubtedly a success for the current Russian shipbuilding industry.
    2. BDRM 667
      BDRM 667 26 October 2020 14: 47
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      Quote: Proxima
      It is very gratifying that the 636 project is on stream!


      And yet, news from the field of putting into service more than a long-awaited system (especially in the context of recent events in Syria, Libya and NKR).
      .After factory and combat tests, the Russian strike UAV "Orion", the first of the many being developed, was finally transferred to the armament of the RF Armed Forces.



  2. Borik
    Borik 26 October 2020 14: 40
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    The main thing is that the deadlines are not shifted and all the submarines are delivered on time and as soon as possible.
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 26 October 2020 14: 59
      +4
      Quote: Borik
      The main thing is that the deadlines are not shifted and all the submarines are delivered on time and as soon as possible.

      That is why I prefer news not in the style of this - "The dates of launching have become known," but specific - "Launched." It was in the days of the USSR that there were plans for failure to fulfill which one could lose a warm place, but now, +/- two years, they do not bother anyone and do not threaten anyone with anything, except curses at the VO. hi
    2. Borik
      Borik 26 October 2020 15: 15
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      Borik (Boris)
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      Today, 14: 40
      -1
      The main thing is that the deadlines are not shifted and all the submarines are delivered on time and as soon as possible.


      Am I missing something? The one who put a minus turns out to be in favor of our shipbuilders building ships for the fleet with a long delay. It is immediately clear that he (I will not write rudely) is the agent of mattress makers.
      1. Mwg
        Mwg 26 October 2020 15: 17
        -2
        There are a lot of them here. Do not be surprised.
      2. Victorio
        Victorio 26 October 2020 16: 28
        +4
        Quote: Borik
        Am I missing something?

        ===
        I guess. you have written very illiterately, hence the minus. no offense, I put a plus.
  3. Thrifty
    Thrifty 26 October 2020 15: 16
    +1
    A purely personal opinion that boats should be named after the cities of the duty station! '"Ufa" can be renamed into "Sakhalin", and the rest of the boats should receive names corresponding to the place of service! !!
    1. Mytholog
      Mytholog 26 October 2020 16: 20
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      Quote: Thrifty
      A purely personal opinion that boats should be named after the cities of the duty station!
      "Ufa" can be renamed to "Sakhalin"

      A controversial issue ... parochialism for a single country is a potentially dangerous thing.
      And renaming ships is generally a stupid idea, just waste time on bureaucracy.
      But this is also a personal opinion;)
    2. Vladimir61
      Vladimir61 27 October 2020 18: 56
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      Quote: Thrifty
      A purely personal opinion that boats should be named after the cities of the duty station!
      Don't you know that the names of cities are given for a reason? This is a contractual relationship, as a result of which the city becomes the chief (trustee, sponsor) of the ship, the city's conscripts, drafted into the Navy, are sent mainly to sponsored ships.
  4. moreman78
    moreman78 26 October 2020 17: 09
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    Quote: Mytholog
    Quote: Thrifty
    A purely personal opinion that boats should be named after the cities of the duty station!
    "Ufa" can be renamed to "Sakhalin"

    A controversial issue ... parochialism for a single country is a potentially dangerous thing.
    And renaming ships is generally a stupid idea, just waste time on bureaucracy.
    But this is also a personal opinion;)

    Yes, in our fleet in general with the names of trouble. No system, even within the same batch.
    But the fleet is also famous for its traditions! For example, WWI submarines had as names - the names of sea animals and fish: Killer Whale, Stingray, Shark, Nilim, Perch, Sperm whale, Whale, Narwhal, etc. The underwater mine layer Crab was generally a unique submarine. The question is why not continue these names with life in the modern fleet.
    In the surface fleet, the Varyag, Guarding, and Savvy appeared again (there was also a destroyer, then a BOD, now a corvette). And how many glorious names have been forgotten, just offhand - Mercury, Azov (in the USSR there was a BOD, in the sailing fleet there was a legendary battleship, there was also the cruiser Memory of Azov), Petropavlovsk (there was both a battleship and a BOD), Novik ...
    1. Overlock
      Overlock 26 October 2020 21: 06
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      Quote: moreman78
      Yes, in our fleet in general with the names of trouble. No system, even within the same batch.

      Don't anger Poseidon! Even so! It will be worse if Serdyukov, Sechin or Kudrin and Chubais appear
      1. lelik613
        lelik613 28 October 2020 06: 03
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        Why not? A barge to pump liquid gold from warships?