The floating dock "Sviyaga" with the nuclear submarine K-3 "Leninsky Komsomol" arrived in Belomorsk


The floating dock of the Main Directorate of Deep-Sea Research "Sviyaga" with the nuclear submarine K-3 "Leninsky Komsomol" installed in it arrived in Belomorsk. This is reported by the Ministry of Defense.

The floating dock, which had begun the inter-fleet passage to the Baltic, arrived in Belomorsk, from where the passage through the White Sea-Baltic Canal will begin in the near future. It is planned that St. Petersburg "Sviyaga" will arrive in the first decade of September, passing 19 locks along the way.

It is specified that the Leninsky Komsomol will be delivered to the Severnaya Verf shipyard in St. Petersburg, where it will be taken out of the floating dock. Most likely, some work will be carried out on the submarine, after which it will already go to Kronstadt, where it will become the main exhibit. Earlier it was reported that the boat will be converted into a museum with the restoration of the internal space, after which it will be open to tourists. The submarine is planned to be installed on metal supports

K-3 "Leninsky Komsomol" - the first Soviet and the third nuclear submarine in the world, the lead ship of Project 627 "Kit". Launched on August 9, 1957. She entered service on July 1, 1958, on March 12, 1959, she became part of the 206th separate submarine brigade based at Severodvinsk. From the Northern fleet withdrawn in 1991.

The submarine was repeatedly wanted to be disposed of, but nevertheless it was decided to make a museum out of the submarine.
  • "TsS" Zvezdochka "
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  1. +3
    31 August 2021 12: 54
    it will be interesting to visit it
  2. YOU
    31 August 2021 13: 03
    That's right. We must preserve our achievements for posterity. I'd like to visit it as soon as possible.
  3. +3
    31 August 2021 13: 26
    in the near future, the passage through the White Sea-Baltic Canal will begin.
    No wonder the ancestors tried. Build canals and other great things good
  4. +1
    31 August 2021 13: 52
    I was in Tushino, I did not like it from the inside, supposedly done in a cut. Although it's good that it is. Rumor has it that during transportation she almost drowned. By the way, there really are active minus players literally in a minute they threw a minus
    1. +2
      31 August 2021 14: 11
      there are active minus players literally in a minute they threw a minus
      "Tell them. Let them be proud! If nothing else!" - x / f "Gladiator" hi
      1. 0
        31 August 2021 19: 20
        And what about Tushino?
        1. 0
          1 September 2021 10: 43
          B-396 Novosibirsk Komsomolets
  5. +2
    31 August 2021 13: 52
    Yes, and Sviyaga will run in, a very interesting floating dock GUGI, where anything can be transported, according to its dimensions of the dock chamber, and closed from above for the curious.
  6. 0
    31 August 2021 14: 36
    in terms of patriotic education, memory, the decision is correct.
    Well, to pay a pretty penny from foreigners for visiting, of course, and for citizens of the CSTO and Ukraine - free of charge.
    1. 0
      1 September 2021 10: 43
      Well, in Moscow, patriotism is 300 rubles for visiting the boat B-396 Novosibirsk Komsomolets.
  7. 0
    31 August 2021 15: 36
    A museum is good.
  8. 0
    31 August 2021 16: 14
    from where the passage through the White Sea-Baltic Canal will begin in the near future

    Quite good testing of the Belomorkanal's abilities at the same time. After all, a floating dock is not a river barge. good
    1. for
      1 September 2021 15: 47
      Quote: Piramidon
      After all, a floating dock is not a river barge.

      And from the Sormovo boat they drove through the air. I personally saw the military. hovercraft docked down the Volga.
  9. +1
    31 August 2021 17: 11
    I will be in St. Petersburg and visit this nuclear submarine when it is opened for visitors.
    1. +1
      31 August 2021 18: 12
      I will visit St. Petersburg
      Well, as I understand it, they will put it in Krondstadt. And you still need to get there from Peter what I've been in St. Petersburg for six years now, and then I didn't climb Oranienbaum in that direction
  10. +1
    2 September 2021 09: 04
    You will definitely need to visit the boat as soon as it is installed in Kronstadt. I love to be in this glorious city.
  11. 0
    2 September 2021 09: 17
    Here they scattered all the historical boats in the cities and villages, of course it flatters the pride of some small town - there is a sense of pride, but there is also a problem, few people will go there for the sake of one exhibit, which means that there will be little fees for the excursion, therefore the exhibit will be bent or " suck the "budget.
    It is good if the city is a tourist attraction, but if not?
    Maybe it makes sense to collect everything in a heap and people will specially go to one place to see several exhibits?
    The same applies to technology, for example, the Air Force Museum in Monino drags out a miserable existence, tk. transport accessibility wants to be better. If not for the volunteers, many of the exhibits would have been in a worse state. But if you combine it with the Patriot Park, where half of the tank museum from Kubinka has already been dragged, then there can be much more sense.

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