Those making the inter-fleet passage to Pacific Fleet "Varshavyanki" reached the Gulf of Aden

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Those making the inter-fleet passage to Pacific Fleet "Varshavyanki" reached the Gulf of Aden

A detachment of ships and submarines of the Pacific Fleet, making an inter-fleet transition from the Baltic to Kamchatka, is preparing to leave the Red Sea. A rescue ship joined the squadron.

According to a source in the Russian defense industry, the detachment is preparing to cross the Bab el-Mandeb Strait in order to leave the Red Sea and into the Gulf of Aden. There is no official confirmation of this information, since the Ministry of Defense does not cover this inter-fleet transition.



A detachment of ships and submarines of the Pacific Fleet, led by the "Gremyashchiy" corvette, will soon leave the Red Sea for the Gulf of Aden

- leads TASS source words

Earlier it was reported that on September 23 "Varshavyanka" and the corvette reached the Suez Canal and began its passage, leaving the Red Sea. On September 24, in the Red Sea, the rescue and tugboat "Kapitan Guryev" of the Chernomorsky joined the squadron fleet, which will accompany the detachment for a while. The tugboat "Kapitan Guryev" from the squadron of rescue vessels of the Novorossiysk Naval Base of the Black Sea Fleet provided the Russian team in the international diving all-around competition "Glubina-2021", which was held in the port of Konarak, Islamic Republic of Iran, in August this year and has not yet returned to Novorossiysk.

A Pacific Fleet detachment consisting of the "Gremyashchy" corvette and two Project 636.3 submarines "Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky" and "Volkhov" is following a "southern route" across the Indian Ocean to Kamchatka to the places of their permanent deployment.
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    1. 0
      27 September 2021 12: 26
      Why don't they go along the NSR?
      1. 0
        27 September 2021 12: 39
        Maybe the ice situation does not allow. Do they need it? Take another risk.
        1. +2
          27 September 2021 12: 50
          Why rip off the outer coating. The Arctic (icebreaker) polished the ice to metal. By the way, the faulty GED was pumped out of the case and a serviceable one was installed in its place.
        2. -1
          27 September 2021 15: 06
          In September? And even for the submarine. We have sunk a dangerous section, and for what there are icebreakers.
      2. PN
        0
        27 September 2021 13: 17
        Quote: YOUR
        Why don't they go along the NSR?

        Why didn't you charter a self-propelled floating dock at all? They will still reach, some of the mechanisms will have to be sent for repairs there. The motor resource is not eternal.
    2. +6
      27 September 2021 12: 28
      On a submarine in the heat, heroes! Who walked these ways, the water is over 30. Tin. The Red Sea is the hottest. It's good that they come out of it, the ventilation systems are working at full capacity. You can't even sleep normally because of the heat and humidity. Well done! I am proud of the men.
      1. 0
        27 September 2021 12: 33
        Quote: tralflot1832
        On a submarine in the heat, heroes! Who walked these ways, the water is over 30. Tin. The Red Sea is the hottest. It's good that they come out of it, the ventilation systems are working at full capacity. You can't even sleep normally because of the heat and humidity. Well done! I am proud of the men.

        Now, the water temperature is + 26 °. By evening, light excitement is promised, wave height is 20-40 cm. The south wind will increase to 15-20 km / h.
        1. +1
          27 September 2021 12: 46
          Thanks for the info, 26 is not 30 anymore, it's easier for the mechanic 2.
    3. +3
      27 September 2021 12: 28
      the detachment is preparing to cross the Bab el-Mandeb Strait in order to leave the Red Sea into the Gulf of Aden.

      There is no need to cross the Bab el-Mandeb Strait.
      For almost a week now, as ordered, the weather is fine, visibility is excellent, the wind is up to 5 km / h. It is wide enough.
      Despite the heavy traffic, there were no clashes there for quite a long time, and the Yemeni Houthis were pressed down there. And what do they care about Russian submarines.
      So, as the saying goes: "A tailwind and seven feet under the keel!" hi
      1. +2
        27 September 2021 12: 37
        Quote: A. Privalov

        There is no need to cross the Bab el-Mandeb Strait.

        Forcing is the overcoming of any natural obstacle by troops in combat. This means that the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait will be crossed with a battle, from the right to the left bank. Most likely, the source in the Russian defense industry used this term for a reason. hi
    4. +1
      27 September 2021 12: 29
      maybe the pirates will resolve))))))
    5. +3
      27 September 2021 12: 37
      They will come and will have a small holiday at the Pacific Fleet. It is much more comfortable to serve on new ships. I remember that the commander of the BCH-5 once boasted, when they received a new ship, that his sailors had never even seen the engine from the inside after serving for three years.
      1. +1
        27 September 2021 12: 44
        I completely agree I received a steamer from a new building twice. For two years the toolbox was not unsealed.
        1. +2
          27 September 2021 12: 58
          Quote: tralflot1832
          For two years the toolbox was not unsealed.

          And the navel is not in oil! good
          1. +1
            27 September 2021 13: 01
            We didn’t print the oil bubblers at once, we were refrigerators a little later, it was forbidden to open it and wash the dust off it. We held out for two years.
            1. NGK
              +1
              28 September 2021 19: 16
              Let me disbelieve you, colleague. It is highly doubtful that you have not opened your toolbox for 2 years, even on a new steamer. And what does a tool box mean, maybe a box with spare parts, which are usually supplied with a new ship? As I understand it, you were a "refik" on the trawler, judging by your nickname. It is very difficult to believe in conditions when the ref. Holds are constantly opened for unloading the catch. I have repeatedly visited the acceptance of new steamers, including bourgeois ones, and so during the first year of operation, up to 200-250 advertisements pop up, and this is only for the car, and the same amount for the deck. I emphasize that this is on steamers from modern world-famous shipyards. And it is considered quite normal. And the breakdowns of "Atlantic" and "Superatlantik", even new ones, at one time were the talk of the town. At one time we went to bunker "fishermen" many times in YUCHTO and Southeast Asia. Yes, both the Red Sea and the Persian Sea are hot, but not humid. Therefore, the heat is more easily tolerated than if it were somewhere in Southeast Asia. There is hell! The heart stops from humidity, especially if it is summer. But both in the Red Sea and in Yu-VA, if the VHF is in good technical condition in the superstructure, there are quite comfortable conditions, almost always a maximum of +20 and, often, you have to sleep under a blanket. The boats are quite modern, with modern VHF with a sufficient power reserve, it seems that the submariners are not so bad. Yes, by the way, I have been in the Navy from 1981 to the present, and I understand the essence of the issue. He also served on the "Bukah" in Balaklava in the 80s.
              1. 0
                28 September 2021 19: 45
                I went to 21 and 32 in the Moodzund series, there were no shortcomings on them. 21 was especially good. The control of the refinery is not yet computer-based, but it is already nearby. at Santa Cruz, burned out.
    6. +2
      27 September 2021 16: 21
      I want everything for the Russian fleet at once. But this does not happen, especially in the navy, where ships are built for a long time.
      There were bad times when ships rotted against the wall. and they were sawed into metal.
      There were times when they rejoiced at Karakurt, or a river-sea boat.
      And now the analogue 1135 plus two diesel-electric submarines go to the Pacific Fleet, and there is no particular joy, this is a routine.
      The fact that the Pacific Fleet received two Boreas is also considered the norm.
      The holiday will be when the Far East shipyards start working at 100%. giving out Karakurt, Guarding, Gorshkov.


      And there will always be a little gag, looking for something bad in this, but I resigned myself to this.

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