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The Black Sea Fleet has been replenished with a small sea tanker "Vice-Admiral Paromov" of project 03182

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The Black Sea Fleet was replenished with a small sea tanker "Vice-Admiral Paromov" of project 03182. The ceremony took place on May 29 in Sevastopol near the Mine Wall.


The new tanker became a part of the Chernomorskoye support vessels detachment fleet... He is the lead in a series of four tankers of this project. The project itself was developed by JSC Zelenodolsk Design Bureau. Construction of "Vice-Admiral Paromov" was carried out at the Volga shipyard in Nizhny Novgorod under a 2016 contract with the Ministry of Defense for two tankers for the Black Sea Fleet. Two more are being built by Vostochnaya Verf for the Pacific Fleet.

The small sea tanker "Vice-Admiral Paromov" was laid down on 01.09.2016/20.12.2018/2020, launched on XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX, in August XNUMX it was towed by inland waterways to the Black Sea, where the equipment was completed at the Sevastopol Perseus plant. In November last year, he began to undergo sea trials.


Ice-class tanker Arc4, full displacement - 3500 tons, deadweight - 1560 dwt, length - 78,8 m, width - 15,4 m, draft at full load - 5 m. Crew of 24 people with the possibility of accommodating eight more people. Has a platform for a Ka-27 class helicopter.

The main purpose is the transportation and transfer of dry and liquid cargo, supplying ships with cargo in other containers, garbage collection, patrolling, rescue operations, removing emergency vessels from the shoals and reefs and towing, performing the functions of a fire vessel, etc., etc. ...

The tanker was named in honor of Vice Admiral Rudolf Vasilyevich Paromov (1937 - 1999), the former commander of the 8th operational squadron of the USSR Navy (Indian Ocean), and head of the USSR / Russian Navy Auxiliary Fleet Directorate.
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  1. Ros 56
    Ros 56 30 May 2021 08: 13
    +16
    An interesting boat and modern.
    1. Thrifty
      Thrifty 30 May 2021 08: 18
      -14%
      Frigates and corvettes would be built at such a pace, in 2 years! Then we would already have a sufficiently strong, at least numerically, Navy!
      1. For example
        For example 30 May 2021 09: 35
        +5
        Quote: Thrifty
        Then we would have ...

        I think in any case you, sir, will remain dissatisfied.

        Fleet, ships, shipyards are not in business here.

        It is within you.
        1. novel66
          novel66 30 May 2021 10: 01
          -2
          tankers are not bad, but these are support vessels, and there are really few combat ships, and I will not say anything about tonnage at all
          1. Azimuth
            Azimuth 30 May 2021 11: 14
            +14
            But what's the point of having a large number of ships, with a scanty bases abroad and without support vessels? ... The fleet is a system and, like any system, it cannot be complete in the absence of some of its elements and an abundance of others.
          2. venik
            venik 31 May 2021 00: 04
            +2
            Quote: novel xnumx
            tankers are not bad, but these are support vessels, and there are really few combat ships, and I will not say anything about tonnage at all

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            Novel! NO fleet can be combat-ready (and this is not only fleet concerns!), if there is NO SUPPORT !!! Remember: NO ONE!!! soldier
        2. Thrifty
          Thrifty 30 May 2021 10: 45
          -5
          For example, what is inside me? The fact that the country does not have a fleet? Are the shipyards out of business? ??? Do handicraft cartels build ships in their garages? ?? I look forward to clarification, not delirium! !!
          1. venik
            venik 31 May 2021 00: 18
            +3
            Quote: Thrifty
            For example, what is inside me?

            ======
            Maybe "in the conservatory, something needs to be corrected"? (from Zhvanetsky)
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            Quote: Thrifty
            The fact that the country does not have a fleet?

            =======
            You think so??? Directly and NO ??? From the word: Va-a-abshe ??? belay
            =======
            PS Guys !!! Well, let's somehow, well, respectfully or what? I understand - myself - "I'm running into" ...
            But, somehow I want to see Leopold the cat (in the sense - "live together"!) ... Well, if you "pin up" - then with humor! So that it was both fun and not offensive !!! request
            PPS And now you can "throw slippers"! I'll just crawl under the sofa! And then, suddenly yes "will arrive"! lol wink
        3. Yuriy71
          Yuriy71 30 May 2021 10: 54
          0
          The person wrote the correct words! And you, I apologize - nonsense, and even insulted him!
      2. Thrifty
        Thrifty 30 May 2021 10: 46
        -1
        Hello, garage! !! fool And besides the disadvantages of writing something with the mind rather weak? ??? TIRED! !! am fool am fool
      3. Moore
        Moore 30 May 2021 11: 32
        0
        Not two years have passed from the date of the bookmark (September 2016) to the delivery (May 2021). Taking into account that two vessels of the same project, laid down in 2017-18, have not yet been launched, and Mikhail Barskov, laid down in general in 2015, has not yet been handed over, the situation is not very happy.
        1. Thrifty
          Thrifty 30 May 2021 11: 40
          -2
          Moore - so how many are building a poor corvette, and the eternal postponement of the descent - delivery to the right! I am silent about the aircraft carrier, God forbid they decide to build it! By the time it is launched, it will hopelessly become obsolete, and it will be immediately sent for disposal. And, changes for the better are not even close to be seen!
  2. seregin-s1
    seregin-s1 30 May 2021 08: 26
    +9
    This is just wonderful! The tanker "Mikhail Barskov" is almost ready at the Pacific Fleet.
    1. novel66
      novel66 30 May 2021 10: 01
      -6
      Which destroyer will he supply?
  3. TerraSandera
    TerraSandera 30 May 2021 08: 37
    -8
    They all look like they are tankers and icebreakers, to be honest, I thought that a tanker should have a large part of the hull for oil products and fuel. And then there is a platform for a helicopter, platforms for other cargo, dry, then a huge front end, apparently residential and other premises, and a relatively small volume for fuel.
    Not aug, of course, accompany, but probably decided to cram everything into one. I don’t even know, maybe this is good, but rather due to lack of finance.
    1. For example
      For example 30 May 2021 09: 40
      +4
      Quote: TerraSandera
      well, and a relatively small amount for fuel.

      And what do you mean "relatively small volume for fuel"?

      The tasks of this tanker do not include the one-time refueling of all ships of the Black Sea Fleet off the coast of Turkey.

      There is an ice-class support vessel.
      There is ice in the Black Sea.

      All new ships have helipads.
      The helicopter makes communication between ships fast and convenient.

      Nice tanker.
      1. TerraSandera
        TerraSandera 30 May 2021 12: 29
        +1
        I have a more classical understanding of tankers, even supply tankers.
        1. Pandiurin
          Pandiurin 30 May 2021 18: 06
          +2
          Quote: TerraSandera
          I have a more classical understanding of tankers, even supply tankers.

          Probably the whole point is that this is not a tanker, or rather, not just a tanker.
          Even in terms of tasks, transportation of not only fuels and lubricants and not in the first place.

          "The main purpose is the transportation and transfer of dry and liquid cargo, supplying ships with cargo in other containers, collecting garbage, patrolling, rescue operations, removing emergency ships from the shoals and reefs and towing, performing the functions of a fire vessel, etc., etc. P."
          1. TerraSandera
            TerraSandera 30 May 2021 22: 55
            0
            It is clear, but for some reason I separated the supply vessels from the tankers. This is purely a wagon. It is not clear of course what and how much he can take, although it is interesting. But I picked up the minuses for my comment. Apparently it is not patriotic enough to express your thought.
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 30 May 2021 09: 55
      +12
      This is a versatile utility ship. Type not with a tug to go to some Algeria-Egypt for the bride, but with a tanker. If something happens, he is also capable of dragging an emergency ship, pushing it aground, parking, leading a team of specialists, containers or other cargo. And of course some more fuel / fresh water. Just for topping up single frigates / TFR.
      1. The leader of the Redskins
        The leader of the Redskins 30 May 2021 10: 12
        +1
        I was struck by the unusual layout. From films and pictures I'm used to the fact that the wheelhouse of a tanker is always behind)))
        Then, from the article, I realized that the ship was not narrow-profile.
    3. ROSS_51
      ROSS_51 30 May 2021 21: 36
      0
      Quote: TerraSandera
      They all look like they are tankers and icebreakers, to be honest, I thought that a tanker should have a large part of the hull for oil products and fuel. And then there is a platform for a helicopter, platforms for other cargo, dry, then a huge front end, apparently residential and other premises, and a relatively small volume for fuel.
      Not aug, of course, accompany, but probably decided to cram everything into one. I don’t even know, maybe this is good, but rather due to lack of finance.

      This is an ice-class rescue wagon, a tanker, a tug, etc. They have only tanks below the main deck. Great project! For the Black Sea, above the roof ..
  4. Sevastiec
    Sevastiec 30 May 2021 09: 20
    +2
    Ferry Ferries)
  5. aszzz888
    aszzz888 30 May 2021 09: 23
    +6
    The main purpose is the transportation and transfer of dry and liquid cargo, supplying ships with cargo in other containers, garbage collection, patrolling, rescue operations, removing emergency vessels from the shoals and reefs and towing, performing the functions of a fire vessel, etc., etc. ...
    A very necessary ship for the fleet. the list of works performed by him is much wider than those indicated in the article, and this is GOOD! good
  6. Laksamana besar
    Laksamana besar 30 May 2021 10: 00
    +3
    In general, an integrated supply vessel:

    Maximum draft, m 4,9 - 5,0
    The power of the main power plant is 3x1600 kW.
    The power of the auxiliary power plant is 2x400 kW.
    The power of the propulsion system of the VRK is 2x1600 kW.
    Cruising range, miles about 1500
    Autonomy, days 30
    Seaworthiness - up to 9 points inclusive.
    Crew, people 18 - 24
    Anti-terror group, pers. eight
    Additional places for personnel, pcs. twenty
    Deadweight composition:
    - naval fuel oil, t 200
    - diesel fuel, t 400
    - fresh water, t 500
    - oily water, t 100
    - sewage and fecal waters, t 100
    - other cargoes, t about 150
    - own reserves, t about 235
  7. novel66
    novel66 30 May 2021 10: 03
    -1
    looks like a tadpole
  8. datur
    datur 30 May 2021 10: 41
    0
    not enough b wink will do it !!! and so it is good! wink
  9. Tests
    Tests 30 May 2021 10: 49
    +7
    Considering that for 30 years this vessel is the first in the class of small sea tankers, handed over by shipbuilders to the Black Sea Fleet, we will be glad for both shipbuilders and sailors. For a complete set, there would still be a couple on the Black Sea Fleet, 3 - on the Caspian Sea, 6 each - on the Pacific Fleet, Northern Fleet, Baltic Fleet. Maybe the Ministry of Defense will sign new contracts so that shipbuilders can build new tankers in a serial manner, quickly and efficiently.
  10. vargo
    vargo 30 May 2021 10: 54
    +2
    I have a question for those in the know. So I began to notice that they began to make the front deck closed, and move the ship's control cabin forward. Why didn't they do that before? It would seem logical to do this before. But for some reason, the cockpit was either in the middle or at the end of the ship, and the front was not covered in any way. Especially for icebreakers it would be very convenient in general, but they began to do it only recently. I do not understand something?
    1. Zhenya Khazarsky
      Zhenya Khazarsky 30 May 2021 11: 05
      +2
      I think that this feature has become common for ice-class vessels that have the ability to overcome some ice fields without an icebreaker. To perform such functions, they install a superstructure in front. So to speak, for more pressure when "crawling" on the ice.
      1. vargo
        vargo 30 May 2021 11: 10
        +1
        I thought so too at first. True, inside there was a question about the icebreakers created earlier, because for some reason they did not do that. Maybe, of course, the projects did not like to be greatly altered and were done to a greater extent similar to the basic architectures of the ships, but I'm not sure.
        Yes, and here is a ship like for the Black Sea, but all with the same front deck. So I thought)
        1. Pandiurin
          Pandiurin 30 May 2021 18: 22
          +1
          Quote: vargo
          I thought so too at first. True, inside there was a question about the icebreakers created earlier, because for some reason they did not do that. Maybe, of course, the projects did not like to be greatly altered and were done to a greater extent similar to the basic architectures of the ships, but I'm not sure.
          Yes, and here is a ship like for the Black Sea, but all with the same front deck. So I thought)

          Maybe this arrangement was to reduce critical communications.
          Engine, propellers, steering column, standby diesel - electric generator, steering, etc.
          Those. everything was placed in one place at the stern.

          But now ships have become more technological, communications are laid with duplication in secure channels, electronics have become more reliable. It can be carried to different places (bring the controls to the bow of the vessel) without fear of emergencies due to this.
          1. vargo
            vargo 31 May 2021 00: 32
            0
            Perhaps I agree too. Such a thought also slipped through. So that it was closer to the screws. Perhaps this is the most probable
      2. TermNachTer
        TermNachTer 30 May 2021 12: 01
        0
        And there is ice on the Black Sea, such a thickness? I understand for the Pacific Fleet, the Northern Fleet. But for the Black Sea Fleet it is not necessary, it would be better to improve other parameters.
        1. Zhenya Khazarsky
          Zhenya Khazarsky 30 May 2021 16: 54
          +2
          Alternatively, for the implementation of inter-fleet transitions.
        2. Petrol cutter
          Petrol cutter 30 May 2021 17: 11
          0
          * Is there ice on the Black Sea, such a thickness? I understand for the Pacific Fleet, the Northern Fleet. But for the Black Sea Fleet it is not necessary, it would be better to improve other parameters
          I'm afraid not.
          However...
          Well, what a steamer was made / did it. Should I put it somewhere ?!
          Yes, the extra useless weight in the form of the thickness of the sheathing / set will drag.
          On the other hand! What if it will be transferred to Murmansk tomorrow? And there, to a certain extent, it can come in handy ...
          Although I did not observe any special ice in the Murmansk region either ... what From the word completely ...
          Toda-in Peter.
          1. TermNachTer
            TermNachTer 30 May 2021 17: 43
            +1
            Driving back and forth is hardly reasonable. I agree that icebreaking characteristics are useful even for the Baltic. Sometimes ice is up to a meter thick, but there is an icebreaker for this purpose. Although the fairways of the naval service are inscrutable, that is. that is, let there be more of them.
    2. Petrol cutter
      Petrol cutter 30 May 2021 16: 58
      -1
      * I have a question for the knowledgeable. So I began to notice that they began to make the front deck closed, and move the ship's control cabin forward. Why didn't they do that before? *
      Everything flows, everything changes.
      Our Scandinavian (if my memory serves me) colleagues / shipbuilders have developed a new layout of the bow of the ship. Civilian. Moreover, it looks even more iron-like. In the forestevnya area. Here, as I understand it, the bulb is applied below the waterline.
      The bottom line is that such hull contours and layout have a beneficial effect on the seaworthiness and economy of the vessel.
      That's something like ...
  11. TermNachTer
    TermNachTer 30 May 2021 11: 58
    0
    Quite an unusual layout for a tanker. Although, given the fact that it is for military purposes, it is probably so correct. In general, I am glad that the process is underway. Seven feet under the keel.
  12. Brylevsky
    Brylevsky 30 May 2021 14: 51
    +6
    Why didn't they do that before?

    One of the options was to try to shorten the length of the shaft line. Propeller shaft. There are several reasons. This is the "dead volume" of the hold, which occupies the tunnel of the propeller shaft passing through the hold; these are also harmful torsional vibrations arising on the shaft under certain operating conditions of the main engine; this is both the significant weight of the long shaft line, which is a parasitic load, and the cost of its manufacture. Therefore, on purely cargo commercial ships, the superstructure is still shifted aft, because under the superstructure is the engine room ... and the short propeller shaft line. However, there are some types of ships for which a forward-offset superstructure is preferable. First of all, these are specialized vessels: tugs - supply vessels with their aft working deck, then icebreakers (the best view along the ship's course), sea and ocean tugs (they have a towing hook moving in a wide horizontal sector). Ships - car carriers stand apart in this row, but their engine room is in the stern, and to get to it, you have to walk or run about 150 m. The vessel you are asking about is not a cargo commercial vessel. It is wide-profile, and it just has a name from the tanker (200 tons of fuel oil and 400 tons of diesel fuel, for a tanker this is ridiculous), therefore, it will be used not only as a tanker (with a short shaft line), but also in some other way, what the military has enough imagination for. I also saw a crane in his midsection area, which means, hello, the supply of remote military garrisons. From the foregoing, it follows that the architectural type of the vessel is determined by the tasks assigned to it: if a "truck" is needed, then the superstructure is shifted to the stern; if you need a "wagon" or "special", then in the nose.
    1. TermNachTer
      TermNachTer 30 May 2021 17: 46
      +1
      Well, that he is not quite a tanker, you can see even from its size. You can't "stuff" a lot of fuel into it. 600 tons of fuels and lubricants is one incomplete refueling of pr. 1164, so in terms of a tanker - a refueling tanker, it looks very weak.
    2. Petrol cutter
      Petrol cutter 30 May 2021 18: 07
      0
      * if you need a "truck", then the superstructure is shifted to the stern; if you need a "wagon" or "special", then in the nose. *
      I don’t want to start a goodie.
      In fact, what gentlemen constructorA will draw (drawings will be issued) -
      That's what it will be. hi
  13. Petrol cutter
    Petrol cutter 30 May 2021 16: 40
    +1
    Interesting car.
    Right now, the trend is a little different configuration of the nasal tip! For civilians.
    At the same time, the Black Sea is not severely stormy every day. But, it is storming! Especially in sunny November / December, not childish.
    For two seasons I watch from the smoking-room, the waves beat ...
    Over the breakwater of the factory, three meters in height, they are thrown. The sight is interesting, but at the same time eerie. But.
  14. CastroRuiz
    CastroRuiz 30 May 2021 20: 58
    +2
    A very necessary ship, it is necessary to build a series + tralschiks.
  15. Brylevsky
    Brylevsky 31 May 2021 04: 15
    +1
    Quote: Benzorez
    The bottom line is that such hull contours and layout have a beneficial effect on the seaworthiness and economy of the vessel.

    hi
    A closed tank gives significant advantages when the vessel is operating in winter during strong winds - the deck and mooring mechanisms are not covered with a thick crust of ice, and people do not risk their lives when fighting icing. I, as a sailor, welcome this technical solution.
    The rounded contours of the bow of the ship reduce the area of ​​its frontal resistance ... no, more precisely, not so, but like this: the area remains unchanged, but the force with which the wind acts on the ship from the bow heading angles is significantly reduced - this has a positive effect on fuel efficiency. By analogy with aviation: there subsonic aircraft are also made "crawled out". Another plus from such a tank architecture: the risk of drift at anchor is reduced. All for the same reason - the force of the wind with which it presses on the body decreases. Maybe a couple of tens of tons per square meter and they will decide who will calmly stay at the anchor, and who will be dragged along with the anchor in the direction of the coast ...
    You are a shipbuilder and I am an operator. And I presented your thesis from the point of view of the operator. Although shipbuilders may have a different opinion on this matter.
  16. Tests
    Tests 31 May 2021 18: 30
    0
    vargo (Vargo), dear, the project of these ships was originally called "Platform Arctic". In the Arctic, there is still a lot of dirt (barrels and metal structures from the times of the USSR), well, radioactive sources and radioactive dirt from both civilian ships and armed forces. On this ship, the crew will be protected from the loudspeaker's container at a distance from the cabins, while they will carry him for several days. It is quite reasonable, although it will not be very convenient for the crane operator to escape from the cabin to the crane cabin. And it is not a fact that such vessels will not be used as a base for divers, it seems that it is possible to install a pressure chamber on the upper deck, and at the point due to propeller-driven steering columns and a bow thruster to stand on the wave ... Representatives of Ak Bars in December last year they stated that they were negotiating with the Russian Ministry of Defense for a contract for another 8 vessels of this type ... Yes, how did I forget the sect of "Caliber" lovers, as soon as the container "Calibers" of the Russian Ministry of Defense orders, there is enough room to plug them in too .. ...