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Large hydrographic boat of project 19920 is ready for transfer to the Pacific Fleet

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The Pacific Fleet will soon get into service with the fifth large hydrographic boat of project 19920. According to the press service of the Shipyard named after October Revolution, in Vladivostok, an acceptance certificate was signed for the boat.


BGK "Alexander Anishchenko" is ready for transfer to the Pacific Fleet, the acceptance certificate was signed at the outfitting base in Vladivostok, where the boat was tested. The timing of the transfer of BGK has not yet been announced, but it will happen in the near future.

The boat named in honor of Alexander Anischenko - a famous hydrographer who fought on the Baltic Sea during the Great Patriotic War navy, will become part of the Pacific Fleet already the fifth BGK project 19920 "Baklan". The boats of this project are intended for hydrographic and pilot works in the coastal zone, but they can also deliver people and goods to the unequipped coast.

The boat was laid down in Blagoveshchensk on July 1, 2019, and launched at the end of August last year. Unlike the previously built BGK, this boat is distinguished by more modern electronic equipment. The ship is equipped with a three-beam echo sounder, thanks to which it is possible to study the bottom topography, as well as a navigation system capable of automatically plotting a course for the ship according to the specified parameters.

TTKh BGK: displacement - 320 tons, longest - 36,4 m, overall width - 7,6 m, bead height - 3,6 m, draft with full reserves - 2,1 m, cruising speed - 11 knots, cruising range - 1 thousand miles, autonomy - 10 days., Crew - 11 people.
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Shipyard named after the October Revolution
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  1. Eldorado
    Eldorado April 19 2021 13: 12
    +6
    Seven feet under the keel! good
    1. Borik
      Borik April 19 2021 14: 18
      +3
      The right boat for the fleet. So let us wish him a long trouble-free service.
      1. Krasnoyarsk
        Krasnoyarsk April 19 2021 14: 36
        0
        Quote: Borik
        The right boat for the fleet.

        Due to the fact that I have never been a Moreman, I ask you to clarify - why does the fleet need so many hydrographic boats? Does the bottom topography change quickly? Thanks in advance.
        1. Serg65
          Serg65 April 19 2021 14: 53
          +2
          Quote: Krasnoyarsk
          Why does the fleet need so many hydrograph boats?

          Old BGK are already subject to write-off, this is the first thing.
          Renewal and maintenance of navigation signs, this is second.
          Hydrometeorology, topogeodesy, hydrography, cartography, well, that's three ... in short.
          1. Krasnoyarsk
            Krasnoyarsk April 19 2021 14: 59
            +1
            Quote: Serg65
            ... topogeodesy, hydrography, cartography, well, that's three ... in short.

            Thank you hi
            And yet it is not clear - after all, all this work listed by you has been carried out for at least a hundred years.
            1. Serg65
              Serg65 April 20 2021 06: 48
              +2
              Quote: Krasnoyarsk
              After all, all this work listed by you has been carried out for at least a hundred years.

              This work requires a constant presence, the sea is a living organism!
        2. g1v2
          g1v2 April 19 2021 21: 03
          +2
          Plus, we had some hydrographers already in the 50s and 60s. Accordingly, they were both just old and had outdated equipment. Now the BGC, small hydrographic vessels and oceanographic research vessels are changing systematically. Plus GUGI, of course, and some of their oceanographic vessels are engaged in specific things and there should be technologies at their peak.
      2. lucul
        lucul April 19 2021 16: 15
        0
        The right boat for the fleet. So let us wish him a long trouble-free service.

        Yes, but there are rough seas in the Far East (weather conditions), isn't the displacement (320t) not enough for those conditions?
  2. Basarev
    Basarev April 19 2021 13: 21
    0
    Shame and shame. The most we can build are these big boats, and even those with Chinese engines and contraband electronics. And we aim at superpowers.
    1. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith April 19 2021 13: 25
      +2
      And what about corvettes, and submarines, and large landing ships, and icebreakers of different classes?
      1. For example
        For example April 19 2021 13: 59
        0
        Quote: Sith Lord
        And what about corvettes, and submarines, and large landing ships, and icebreakers of different classes?

        It does not count. laughing

        Here the main thing is to cry. laughing
      2. Serg65
        Serg65 April 19 2021 14: 33
        +2
        Quote: Sith Lord
        And what about corvettes, and submarines, and large landing ships, and icebreakers of different classes?

        It doesn't count ... you can't cry over it!
    2. Galleon
      Galleon April 19 2021 13: 34
      +10
      We have been building a boat for 2 years. This is "maniana"!
      1. WHAT IS
        WHAT IS April 19 2021 13: 38
        +7
        This damned coronavirus is to blame. I don't see any other objective reasons for building a boat with a displacement of 2 tons for 320 (TWO!) Years.
        1. Galleon
          Galleon April 19 2021 13: 41
          +7
          Maybe you're right. Even if the plant did not stop working for the sake of earning money, the subcontractors could fail. However, the reason for a good joke still remains. smile
        2. Eldorado
          Eldorado April 19 2021 13: 42
          -4
          Year and a half.
          1. 2 Level Advisor
            2 Level Advisor April 19 2021 14: 09
            +5
            it changes everything - for the boat laughing Or is this a normal term for you?
            1. Uncle lee
              Uncle lee April 19 2021 14: 40
              +6
              In terms of tonnage, it is the same type as the RS-300. There were 67 built from 84 to 486 ... 28 per year! Feel the difference.
              1. Serg65
                Serg65 April 19 2021 14: 56
                -4
                Quote: Uncle Lee
                RS-300. There were built from 67 to 84 of them 486

                In 68, they stopped building and built their 4 factories, and built 170!
                Quote: Uncle Lee
                Feel the difference.
                1. Lynx2000
                  Lynx2000 April 20 2021 01: 16
                  +1
                  Quote: Serg65
                  Quote: Uncle Lee
                  RS-300. There were built from 67 to 84 of them 486

                  In 68, they stopped building and built their 4 factories, and built 170!
                  Quote: Uncle Lee
                  Feel the difference.

                  The RS-300 project 388M was built until 1984. We had the RS-300 "Yubileiny".
                  Transport workers PTR-50 walked in such a building.
      2. Serg65
        Serg65 April 19 2021 14: 43
        -2
        Quote: Galleon
        We have been building a boat for 2 years. This is "maniana"!

        Well, yes, but the fact that the SRZ until 2018 specialized in domes for churches, sections for the Bureyskaya hydroelectric power station and only occasionally for the repair of seiners ... as far as I understand it, shall we close our eyes? Moreover, we so want that in Blagoveshchensk every 2 years they would hand over a battleship!
    3. Krasnoyarsk
      Krasnoyarsk April 19 2021 14: 32
      +2
      Quote: Basarev
      Shame and shame.

      Maybe so, maybe not. It all depends on the power of the CVD itself. It's one thing if a couple of thousand workers work there, and another thing if there are a hundred pre-retirees. I don't know, I'm just thinking. Most likely, the CVD is experiencing objective difficulties. Hence the pace.
  3. Vsevolod ... not a prince.
    Vsevolod ... not a prince. April 19 2021 14: 37
    +1
    such a fuss was raised, as if a boat was being built by the whole country and apart from "the first worn-out katerishka nothing was built - shame on the whole jungle ...". And the boat is not simple - since, besides it, a lot of things have been done, even in shipbuilding (by the way, in terms of volumes we came out on the third place in the world this year), two, and besides, we have to make up for more than two decades of collapse and inaction, and in the conditions of unfriendly from the side of technologically developed states.
    So it's not all bad. Although I would like to be even better.
    1. Eldorado
      Eldorado April 19 2021 15: 10
      +1
      Who raised the fuss? Just news.
    2. Galleon
      Galleon April 19 2021 15: 55
      +3
      Quote: Vsevolod ... not a prince.
      by the way, in terms of volume, we came out on the 3rd place in the world this year

      The well-known British analytical agency Clarkson Research has published a rating in which Russia took second place in the world in shipbuilding. This is a rather unexpected result, since before the three leaders were practically unchanged - South Korea, China, Japan.
      The British agency has provided ratings separately for September and separately for the third quarter of 2020. Russia broke into second place in the rating for the third quarter.
      The first place traditionally went to South Korea, in the third quarter it accounted for 45% of all world shipbuilding.
      China has traditionally followed South Korea. But this time Russia took the second line of the rating. Over the past three months, the volume of Russian shipbuilding tonnage amounted to 860 thousand CGT. This is 30 thousand tons more than China, which this time took the third line of the rating.
      Korabel.ru
      In the period from January to February, the volume of shipbuilding in South Korea amounted to 2,5 million CGT (64 ships), China - 1,9 million CGT (85 ships), Japan - 320 thousand CGT (14 ships). The global total was CGT 4,82 million, an 83% increase over the same period last year.
      https://regnum.ru/news/economy/3210580.html
      Yes, indeed they were the second in the 3rd quarter of last year. It’s a pity not for long.
  4. Rybalochka Alexey Alekseevich
    Rybalochka Alexey Alekseevich April 19 2021 17: 37
    +3
    There should be more such hard workers for the Pacific Fleet!
  5. Tests
    Tests April 19 2021 18: 33
    +1
    Krasnoyarsk, dear, do not forget that Amur Father every minute carries tons of sand into the sea. Plus, there are monsoon rains in July-October - from all the surrounding mountains that only water does not carry! Remember how many times on "V.o." discussed that large ships should not be built in Komsomolsk-on-Amur - they should not be taken out to sea - shallow ... And the height of the tide in the Penzhinskaya Bay of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk is 11-12 meters. The ebb and flow of the tide in a month can change the bottom so much that you do not recognize it. In the Sea of ​​Japan from the mountains, there are also monsoon rains that just do not pull ... In our White Sea, the tides are lower - up to 10 meters in the Mezen Bay. But Severnaya Dvina, Onega and Mezen pull tons of sand in the sea. The rivers of Karelia and the Murmansk region run mainly from the mountains, they carry less sand ... Look at the map. The Novodvinsk fortress, built during the reign of Peter the Great, stands on the bank of the Ship Arm of the Northern Dvina. Since the end of the 1th century, the Ship Arm was covered by the sands and ceased to be the main fairway - ships and ships went to Arkhangelsk by the Maimaksan Arm ...
  6. xorek
    xorek April 19 2021 19: 45
    0
    We are building on the sly, in spite of all the enemies and haters of Russia!
    Seven feet under the keel .. hi
  7. jayich
    jayich April 20 2021 06: 50
    +1
    I wonder how you can use it as a minesweeper?