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USC announced the timing of launching the Magadan diesel-electric submarine for the Pacific Fleet

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USC announced the timing of launching the Magadan diesel-electric submarine for the Pacific Fleet

The third "Varshavyanka" of the modified project 636.3 "Magadan" for the Pacific fleet will be launched at the end of March this year. This was reported by the press service of the USC.


As reported at the "Admiralty shipyards", which are building a series of diesel-electric submarines for the Pacific Fleet, today the technical readiness of the submarine is more than 80%, preparations are underway for launching the submarine.

The Magadan submarine is the third in the series and the second serial after the lead Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and the first serial Volkhov. It was laid down on November 1, 2019, on the same day as the fourth submarine of this project, named Ufa. There is no data yet on the timing of the launch of 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 sail to Kamchatka this year, making an inter-fleet voyage 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.

USC noted that Admiralty Shipyards are the undisputed leader in Russia in the construction of Project 636 submarines and their modifications. In total, since 1997, the company has built 25 diesel-electric submarines.
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  1. Victor_B
    Victor_B 4 March 2021 07: 31
    +2
    It is, of course, good news!
    Only it would be necessary MORE! MORE!
    (I urgently need a pill for greed!)
  2. Jacket in stock
    Jacket in stock 4 March 2021 07: 33
    -3
    That's interesting. If you take out ancient batteries from these boats and put in normal modern ones, you will have to throw out everything else, or you can do with minimal alterations?
    1. Victor_B
      Victor_B 4 March 2021 07: 36
      +3
      Quote: Jacket in stock
      If you take out ancient batteries from these boats and put in normal modern

      Lithium-ion has already been installed on Losharik ...
      People died ... What kind of people! .. Unique!
      Well, this AB will cost more than the boat itself.
      But the Japanese have already made one boat on L-I.
      1. Jacket in stock
        Jacket in stock 4 March 2021 07: 42
        +1
        Quote: Victor_B
        But the Japanese have already made one boat on L-I.

        Yes, like bae, not one already.
        And yes, on the lithium, the light did not converge like a wedge.
        Of course it's a pity for those who died in "Losharik", well, that's how I write - "normal modern", and not unfinished untested.
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 4 March 2021 08: 35
          +1
          So batteries are always a source of increased danger! "newfangled", so far, this is a super danger.
          How to strike a balance between the desire to gain an advantage through the use of new products and the serious risk they pose?
          A serious design challenge, if you look at it.
          1. alexmach
            alexmach 4 March 2021 10: 02
            0
            How to strike a balance between the desire to gain an advantage through the use of new products and the serious risk they pose?

            And in recent articles or discussions, there was a proposal to equip or retrofit them with a small nuclear power plant.
            1. rocket757
              rocket757 4 March 2021 10: 34
              +1
              Not a shipbuilder, not an atomic engineer, I just speculate - AEU, this is the full provision of the ship with energy ... it needs a small emergency reserve, safe, reliable.
              The design of the ship is changing a lot, technical equipment, service personnel and much more.
              As it is not very well combined with a diesel submarine .... this is my opinion, BUT, I'm not an expert.
            2. kytx
              kytx 5 March 2021 13: 11
              0
              the nuclear plant will make a lot of noise. the meaning of the Warsaw woman is that she is quiet
              1. alexmach
                alexmach 5 March 2021 13: 48
                0
                I do not want to retell other people's thoughts, but first of all, not such a noisy nuclear installation, in itself, especially at "minimum speed". Secondly, the same Varshavyanka may well go to the batteries stored by her when low noise is needed and the nuclear installation is used only when the battery charge comes to an end and it is impossible to float up. Again, it was about the fact that the power of the installation that, in principle, can be installed there will not provide 100% of the needs of the boat, but will be an additional anaerobic power source.
                1. kytx
                  kytx 5 March 2021 13: 54
                  0
                  all nuclear powered boats are VERY NOISY. basically. This was explained to me by submariners with a long service life and high rank.
                  now the most promising topic is a clean electric train. only here with batteries it is not clear.
                  1. ramzay21
                    ramzay21 7 March 2021 19: 47
                    0
                    They are about old boats. Pike B is quite quiet, and Borei and Ash trees will not be noisier than Varshovyanka.
  3. Ros 56
    Ros 56 4 March 2021 08: 11
    +1
    It's worth clinking glasses for it. drinks
  4. Mouse
    Mouse 4 March 2021 08: 18
    +3
    God forbid!
    submarine drives !!! yes
  5. 2 Level Advisor
    2 Level Advisor 4 March 2021 08: 30
    +4
    sorry for the MAPL 971 Magadan, now they will certainly give up India, since the name of the diesel-electric submarine is gone ..
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  7. Aleksandr1971
    Aleksandr1971 4 March 2021 08: 52
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    Quote: Victor_B
    Quote: Jacket in stock
    If you take out ancient batteries from these boats and put in normal modern

    Lithium-ion has already been installed on Losharik ...
    People died ... What kind of people! .. Unique!
    Well, this AB will cost more than the boat itself.
    But the Japanese have already made one boat on L-I.


    I believe that you are not telling the truth about Losharik. Nowhere in open sources was it said that there were lithium-ion batteries on Losharik.

    But even if there were, then this is a tragic incident that does not abolish the task of striving for progress.
    1. bayard
      bayard 5 March 2021 05: 30
      -1
      The fact that LIAB was on "Losharik" was written by Klimov, and not only he.
  8. Tests
    Tests 4 March 2021 11: 26
    +3
    "The USC noted that Admiralty Shipyards are the undisputed leader in Russia in the construction of Project 636 submarines and their modifications." - as you read this, you immediately understand that PR-astas rule at USC ...
    Since the collapse of the USSR, darling Borenka Nemtsov has made titanic efforts to make Krasnoye Sormovo forget everything connected with the construction of diesel-electric submarines, and even more so nuclear submarines. It is better to make tankers for independent Azerbaijan ... Although, Kaluga is in service, Dmitrov is the only BF boat in the Baltic in service, poor Alrosa will not be repaired in any way ... About Navashin shipyard, during the years of his governorship, it's better not to remember ...
    Since the beginning of 1997, the sun of the Russian Government, Boris Efimovich, was in charge of, among other things, antimonopoly policy. What is the development of the Far East? Why does the Pacific Fleet need new diesel-electric submarines built in the Far East? "Mogocha" was commissioned in 1994 - and rejoice, employees of the Amur shipyard. Was the Nerpa nuclear submarine laid down in 1993? Let it be worth it, because it doesn’t ask for food! As part of the fight against monopolies, we will give all the construction of nuclear submarines in the Russian Federation to SEVMASH, killing the work of shipbuilders in 3 cities. The workers of the Amur shipbuilding plant are starving - well, let them go to the Amur-father with fishing rods, he will feed ...
    It seems that this is how the Admiralty Shipyards became "the undisputed leader in Russia in the construction of Project 636 submarines and their modifications." SEVMASH was given only two orders for the Chinese Navy in 2003 for the construction of Varshavyanka.
  9. musorg
    musorg 4 March 2021 11: 49
    0
    Here you can believe the deadlines are working clearly! And what are the first two not clear?
  10. Tests
    Tests 4 March 2021 12: 23
    +2
    Mussorgsky (Gennady), dear, the Russian Federation mediocrely profiled the unique ship "Transshelf". It could carry "Varshavyanka" to the Pacific Fleet from the Baltic Sea. So they have been assembling the caravan for almost two years: "Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky" and "Volkhov" under the escort of icebreakers, will go along the NSR to the Far East. In the meantime, PR-astam from the press service of the RF Ministry of Defense can say that Russia has as many as 3 diesel-electric submarines at the Baltic Fleet, of which 2 are the newest. This is the percentage of the newest weaponry skoka-skoka?
  11. shahor
    shahor 6 March 2021 01: 05
    0
    Quote: Jacket in stock
    Yes, like bae, not one already

    The third has just been handed over to the fleet - without much ado.