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Accommodation of the crew on the corvette "Rezky" of project 20380 for the Pacific Fleet launches full-scale tests of the ship

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The corvette "Sharp" of project 20380, built for the Pacific Fleet, was occupied by the crew. According to the press service of the Amur shipyard, in the near future the ship will begin preparations for entering sea trials.


The crew moved into the corvette "Sharp". This means that all the interior of the ship, including the crew quarters, the wardroom and the galley, are complete, all the ship's survivability systems are checked and working. The crew has already been fed a full meal prepared in the new galley.

Currently, the corvette is at the delivery base of the Amur shipyard in Vladivostok, where mooring tests are slowly underway. After settling in the crew, the ship proceeds to full-scale mooring tests and begins preparations for the factory running and acceptance tests, i.e. those where the crew of the ship and the commissioning team of the plant are involved.

The Amur Shipyard confirmed that work on the corvette is proceeding in accordance with the schedules; the ship will be handed over to the customer next year.

Corvette "Rezky" is the fourth ship of project 20380, under construction at the Amur Shipyard for the Pacific fleet... Laid down in 2016. Corvettes "Perfect", "Gromkiy" and "Aldar Tsydenzhapov" have already become part of the Pacific Fleet. In total, the Pacific Fleet will receive six corvettes of this project, then the plant will build project 20385 corvettes.

Corvettes of project 20380 are classified as multipurpose surface combat ships of the 2nd rank of the near sea zone. Features of the ships of this project are compactness, stealth, high percentage of systems automation. Designed for the search and destruction of submarines, surface ships and enemy ships, the defense of naval bases.
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  1. Murmur 55
    Murmur 55 6 December 2021 15: 32
    +19
    Seven feet under the keel and good luck in your dangerous and difficult service.
  2. Nikolay1987
    Nikolay1987 6 December 2021 15: 33
    +6
    Fast, impudent like a bullet - Sharp)
    1. Nikolay1987
      Nikolay1987 6 December 2021 16: 31
      -7
      Is it okay to call ships by an adjective?
      1. Andrey Moskvin
        Andrey Moskvin 6 December 2021 16: 58
        +7
        We have it since the Romanovs.
      2. Cheshire
        Cheshire 6 December 2021 18: 56
        +6
        Quote: Nikolay1987
        Is it okay to call ships by an adjective?

        Traditions of the second century went, it began with destroyers and now it reached the corvettes. hi
        1. Nikolay1987
          Nikolay1987 6 December 2021 19: 12
          0
          I see. Thanks. And abroad they also use such names, right?
          1. Cheshire
            Cheshire 6 December 2021 19: 35
            +2
            Quote: Nikolay1987
            And abroad they also use such names, right?

            I can say yes for the small-haired people (they called such large series of battle cruisers in WWI), for the rest I will not answer hi
            1. bayard
              bayard 7 December 2021 00: 57
              +1
              And the Dreadnought ?? Quite a battleship.
              1. Cheshire
                Cheshire 7 December 2021 06: 25
                +1
                Quote: bayard
                And the Dreadnought ?? Quite a battleship.

                Exactly. Thank you for reminding me.
                hi
  3. svp67
    svp67 6 December 2021 15: 37
    +10
    Hurry, the ships of the KTOF could hang out the signal "Greetings to the new comrade in arms"
  4. faiver
    faiver 6 December 2021 15: 38
    +9
    Seven feet under the keel, happy for the sailors, but the speed of building ships is depressing ...
  5. Andrey1966
    Andrey1966 6 December 2021 15: 43
    +8
    Check in. Drills, hammer drills, etc. will start now. smile smile smile
  6. Fisherman
    Fisherman 6 December 2021 15: 45
    +2
    Hurry to get into operation ... the region is set on fire by the "neighbors".
  7. Crowe
    Crowe 6 December 2021 15: 45
    +12
    Seven feet under the keel of the ship and good luck to the crew!
  8. Galleon
    Galleon 6 December 2021 15: 59
    +9
    I think the author was in a hurry. After the crew is settled, the hot work (welding) continues, the volume of which on the ship is enormous. After hot work, there will be painting work in the interior. After the completion of welding, the stage of installation and commissioning of all electronic equipment will go. And in all these listed works, in addition to work with painters, the crew is involved. Provide welded safety precautions, rub against counterparties.
    And only after the completion of several checks of the installed equipment and the signing of the acts of mooring tests about this, then it will be possible to talk about the tests of the running gear.
    And this is not boring. This is order.
    So "7 feet tra-lala" is a bit early.
    1. Rushnairfors
      Rushnairfors 6 December 2021 16: 06
      +2
      And who will tell you: the extreme 2 corvettes 20380 are already under construction or are they just planning to be built?
      1. Rushnairfors
        Rushnairfors 6 December 2021 16: 08
        +2
        And one more thing: how much 20385 is expected to be built at the NPP?
        1. Galleon
          Galleon 6 December 2021 16: 10
          +2
          Maybe someone can tell you.)
        2. Veteran
          Veteran 6 December 2021 16: 57
          +7
          In 2021, two corvettes 20380 ("Grozny" and "Bravy") and one corvette 20385 ("Buyny") were laid down at the ASZ, all under construction.
          1. Andrey Moskvin
            Andrey Moskvin 6 December 2021 20: 04
            +2
            There are few real Wildlings ... lol
      2. next322
        next322 6 December 2021 16: 50
        +2
        already under construction ...
        1. Rushnairfors
          Rushnairfors 7 December 2021 00: 32
          0
          Thank you all for the answers
    2. Soldatov V.
      Soldatov V. 6 December 2021 17: 34
      +18
      From the experience of shipbuilding, I want to say it is forbidden to populate the crew until the end of the firing and painting works. Combining hot and painting work is also prohibited. The fire, ballast and sanitary systems are checked before the crew check in. Air samples are taken for toxicity of fumes from paint and ship furniture. Samples of drinking water are taken and the operation of the sewerage system is checked. Regular and emergency lighting is accepted. Checking the operation of diesel generators. There should be no work of sailors with painters, they paint the ship, the ship is especially new, only professionals. For example, the bow and stern are painted up to 28 coats of paint with strict adherence to the time interval between coats. And much more. On the surrendering ship, except for the delivery crew, workers and the receiving captain and mechanic, there should be no one else. The shipyard bears financial responsibility for the ship. What you describe is a mess and anarchy. I described civil shipbuilding, I think in the military everything is stricter, plus also secrecy soldier
      1. Paranoid50
        Paranoid50 6 December 2021 23: 27
        +3
        Quote: V.
        it is forbidden to populate the crew until the end of the hot and paint works.

        In general, an oil painting: you checked in on board, you kimar in the cockpit ... behind one bulkhead the welded ones are working, after the other - the painters, and all this with the appropriate smells and sounds ...
        It's not even hardcore anymore - it's more like black, thrash, doom and dead at the same time fellow wassat
      2. Reserve buildbat
        Reserve buildbat 10 December 2021 17: 15
        0
        Is this really how it is done? belay I am not being ironic. I am far from shipbuilding, so I am slightly shocked by the complexity of the process.
        1. Soldatov V.
          Soldatov V. 10 December 2021 19: 42
          0
          The rules for the construction of ships (ships), as well as the charter of the guard service, are written in blood. I am like a deputy. The chief shipbuilder was responsible for all types of safety in shipbuilding. There are a lot of nuances and rules in the construction of ships, such as adherence to technology and protection of workers from accidents. The main thing is to prevent a fire. If the vessel is not extinguished within 15-20 minutes, it will burn out completely. This corvette seems to cost 25 billion rubles. That is why no one is allowed on board without an outfit; even a fireman is on duty there around the clock. Everything is monitored by the Register of the RSFSR, which has more rights than the prosecutor's office. negative soldier
          1. Reserve buildbat
            Reserve buildbat 10 December 2021 19: 43
            0
            Understood thanks
  9. aszzz888
    aszzz888 7 December 2021 01: 17
    +1
    Accommodation of the crew on the corvette "Rezky" of project 20380 for the Pacific Fleet launches full-scale tests of the ship
    Isn't it a gift for the New Year ?! good
  10. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 10 December 2021 17: 17
    0
    And how many are serving in the navy today? Otherwise, it may well turn out that some sailors have moved in today, and completely different ones will take up combat duty. Or is it normal?