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The frigate Admiral Golovko left Severnaya Verf for the first time and started sea trials in the Baltic Sea

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The frigate Admiral Golovko left Severnaya Verf for the first time and started sea trials in the Baltic Sea

The second serial frigate "Admiral Golovko" project 22350, built at the "Severnaya Verf" for the Northern fleet, completed mooring trials and proceeded to the factory running, leaving the outfitting wall of the shipyard for the first time. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Defense.


The ship entered the sea ranges of the Baltic Fleet, where, as part of the first stage, a number of ship systems and devices will be tested. It is not yet known how long the tests will last, there is no information on this issue on the Severnaya Verf website, but this year the ship will definitely not enter the Navy. ZHI provide for several stages, between which the identified deficiencies are corrected. Further state tests will follow. After the ceremony of raising the Andreevsky flag, the Admiral Golovko will go to serve in Severomorsk, where it will join the 43rd missile ship division of the Northern Fleet.

"Admiral Golovko" is the second serial after the lead "Admiral Gorshkov" and the first serial "Admiral Kasatonov", but the first with a completely Russian power plant. The Gorshkov and Kasatonov engines are powered by Russian-made diesel engines, but gas turbine units (GTUs) manufactured by the Ukrainian company Zorya-Mashproekt are used as afterburner engines. The Admiral Golovko has a domestic analogue of the Ukrainian GTU. According to open information, the main power plant of the frigates of project 22350 is a GTDA with a total capacity of 65 thousand liters. With. and diesel generators with a total capacity of 4 kW.

The ship was laid down on February 1, 2012, launched on May 22, 2020. Full displacement - 5400 tons, length - 135 meters, width - 16 meters. Speed ​​- up to 29 knots, autonomy - 30 days. Cruising range - 4500 miles. Crew - 170 people. Armament: Caliber cruise missiles, possibly Zircon, A-130 192-mm gun mount, Poliment-Redut air defense system, Paket anti-submarine defense system, Broadsword air defense system, Ka-27PL helicopter.

The frigate is named in honor of Arseniy Golovorovich Golovko (1906 - 1962), a sailor - a surface naval commander of the Northern Fleet during the Great Patriotic War.
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  1. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 28 November 2022 18: 36
    +4
    Gorshkov is also now in the Baltic. He is working on tasks after repairs.
    1. neworange88
      neworange88 28 November 2022 18: 41
      +6

      The first factory sea trials of the Admiral Golovko frigate (serial number 923) of project 22350, built for the Russian Navy by Severnaya Verf Shipbuilding Plant PJSC. St. Petersburg, 26.11.2022/XNUMX/XNUMX (c) Curious / forums.airbase.ru

      It is important that the frigate "Admiral Golovko" successfully and as quickly as possible complete the tests. This is the first completely domestic frigate of project 22350.
      . If the factory sea trials of the Golovko, the first of the 22350s to have a completely domestic power plant, are successful, then, firstly, this will finally bury the dependence of our Navy on the Ukrainian military-industrial complex. Secondly, it ensures that the construction/commissioning of the Isakov, Amelko, Chichagov, Yumashev, Spiridonov, Kapitants and Vysotsky will proceed in accordance with the approved time schedule. Which, in turn, will enable the Russian Navy to have 2030 modern Project 10 URO frigates by 22350.


      .On July 21, 2020, Kasatonov raised the Andreevsky flag. At the same time, the Russian defense industry continued to increase the number of 22350s under construction at Severnaya Verf with a reinforced weapon system, that is, with 32 vertical launchers of a universal ship firing system. By the end of August 2020, the frigates Admiral Yumashev and Admiral Spiridonov were laid down and a contract was signed for the laying of two more — Admiral Kapitanets and Admiral Vysotsky. All of them were to be commissioned by 2030. In the future, for the Navy of the RF Armed Forces, it was planned to build ships of the far sea zone of the frigate class according to the modernized project 22350M.

      https://riafan.ru/23773127-uspeshnie_ispitaniya_admirala_golovko_pohoronyat_zavisimost_vmf_rf_ot_vpk_ukraini
      1. tralflot1832
        tralflot1832 28 November 2022 18: 48
        +2
        It is from military sailors that you need to ask how many tasks you need to hand over so that the crew is recognized as ready for combat service.
        1. Borik
          Borik 28 November 2022 19: 12
          +4
          The fleet is looking forward to the frigate in its composition. So we wish that the ship perfectly passed all its tests.
        2. Sergey39
          Sergey39 28 November 2022 19: 55
          +3
          Passing coursework and testing a new ship are different. Now he will check all the mechanisms, systems, the operation of machines in various modes. And, only then will the testing of weapons begin and, of course, for the firing of the Republic of Kazakhstan, it will go north to the White and Barents Seas. Do not forget, if this was done, he is the first full-time carrier of Zircons!
        3. Serg65
          Serg65 29 November 2022 07: 36
          +3
          Quote: tralflot1832
          It is from military sailors that you need to ask how many tasks you need to hand over so that the crew is recognized as ready for combat service.

          The crew will hand over the tasks after the raising of the naval flag and the commissioning of the ship. In the meantime, Golovko is flying a civilian flag and is undergoing a test of mechanisms.
  2. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 28 November 2022 18: 46
    +3
    The frigate Admiral Golovko left Severnaya Verf for the first time and started sea trials in the Baltic Sea
    belay Tse garno. But he would rather go to the North while the trams run. recourse And then there are such dismantlings, then look and stop the boy, but it's a pity, his own, dear.
    1. UAZ 452
      UAZ 452 28 November 2022 19: 03
      0
      Unfortunately, you are right - in the current realities, large ships in the Black and Baltic Seas are not an asset, but a target. And in general - no matter how the White Sea Canal has to be expanded, otherwise the meaning of building relatively large warships in St. Petersburg may be in question.
      1. Mavrikiy
        Mavrikiy 28 November 2022 19: 14
        0
        Quote: UAZ 452
        You are right - in the current realities, large ships in the Black and Baltic Seas are not an asset, but a target.
        Well, actually, it’s still Petya 1 and Stalin laid channels to the north, not to pump loot, but to pump over the resources of the Navy ... feel
        1. UAZ 452
          UAZ 452 28 November 2022 19: 48
          -3
          So one does not interfere with the other. And in general - without a strong economy, being militarily strong is a utopia.
        2. Sergey39
          Sergey39 28 November 2022 20: 06
          +2
          Through the channels, in our time Buyans, yes Karakurt to transfer, times are different and scales are different.
          More than once from the Baltic to the White Sea, RTOs went to shoot, Caliber!)))
          1. UAZ 452
            UAZ 452 28 November 2022 20: 50
            -2
            Why I am writing - LARGE warships. Which otherwise will once again be locked up in Kronstadt. And for them, the current dimensions of the White Sea Canal are insufficient.
        3. Xnumx vis
          Xnumx vis 28 November 2022 20: 14
          +2
          Quote: Mavrikiy
          Quote: UAZ 452

          This UAZ, as it were, is not such a patriot ... He understands everything, quietly weaves negativity ... Cunning ho Kholsky ...
          1. UAZ 452
            UAZ 452 28 November 2022 20: 48
            -5
            The patriot in your intertrepation is the one who yells out of place and out of place? Then yes - I will not be one of yours. By the way, Victor Gonzalez disappeared somewhere - he was the funniest of you. Had even his gushing optimism dried up?
            1. Xnumx vis
              Xnumx vis 28 November 2022 21: 00
              +4
              Quote: UAZ 452
              The patriot in your intertrepation is the one who yells out of place and out of place? Then yes - I will not be one of yours.

              Patriotism (Greek πατριώτης - “compatriot”, πατρίς - Motherland, Fatherland, Fatherland, Motherland - conscious love for your people, its traditions. This is not yours ... And thank God! It is unlikely that you live in Russia, on Russian land. so roll the field ... Where the bread is thicker smeared with butter, that is what you serve.
              1. UAZ 452
                UAZ 452 28 November 2022 21: 27
                -6
                Yes, I understand that in your view - the more pathos, the more patriotism, respectively. The definition of patriotism is not a problem to download, but to understand the meaning of the word CONSCIOUS is beyond the reach of you. I won’t even try to explain that patriotism is, among other things, a willingness to try to change some “traditions” if, in the changed realities, they ceased to serve for the good of the country and people, and the need to be aware that not everything is tradition, what the regular inventors of "braces" came up with and voiced for the people. Well, what am I talking about ... Shout out to your health, this is yours.
            2. Xnumx vis
              Xnumx vis 28 November 2022 21: 03
              +3
              Quote: UAZ 452
              By the way, Victor Gonzalez disappeared somewhere - he was the funniest of you. Had even his gushing optimism dried up?

              Maybe Vitya Gonzales is at war. Can't you allow this? Understanding broken?
              1. UAZ 452
                UAZ 452 28 November 2022 21: 20
                -6
                You are funny. If he went to fight, the whole forum would know about it. Of the hundreds of his posts on this topic in all branches.
              2. Aerodrome
                Aerodrome 29 November 2022 03: 10
                -5
                Quote: 30 vis
                Maybe Vitya Gonzales is at war. Can't you allow this? Understanding broken?

                ha ha ha..."mihan"in the war? ha-ha-ha .. well, you have fairy-tales .... and this is not Vitya, but Vitalik, not quite normal, a noble "uryakalka". and yes, they "banned" his "Gonzales", now he is different, determine from the scribbling!
      2. Sergey39
        Sergey39 28 November 2022 20: 03
        +4
        Ah, you know that this year the Americans drove the UDC to the Baltic! (((
        The Baltic is a puddle and there is no need to keep large-tonnage ships here. BF- Flagship destroyer 956, two Yastreb TFRs (one toothless), 4 corvettes and several RTOs of Soviet and modern construction. RTOs can be hit from the wall with calibers in any direction, according to the adversary!)))
    2. Serg65
      Serg65 29 November 2022 07: 38
      +3
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      And then there are such dismantlings, then look and stop the boy, but it's a pity, his own, dear.

      Will they let you stop?
  3. Dronza
    Dronza 28 November 2022 20: 02
    +2
    Well, what a beautiful ship! A beautiful ship should sail well Seven feet under the keel!
  4. Sergey39
    Sergey39 28 November 2022 20: 12
    +1

    Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Gorshkov 454
    Admiral of the Fleet Kasatonov 461
    «Адмирал Головко» 923 01.02.2012[49] 22.05.2020[50] 12.2022[51][52] СФ[53] Заводские ходовые испытания[54]
    "Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Isakov" 924 14.11.2013/55/12.2023[56] 57[XNUMX] Northern Fleet Preparing for launching[XNUMX]
    "Admiral Amelko" 925 23.04.2019/58/12.2024[59] 60[XNUMX] Pacific Fleet[XNUMX] Under construction
    "Admiral Chichagov" 926 23.04.2019[58] 07.2025[59] Pacific Fleet[61] Under construction
    "Admiral Yumashev" 927 20.07.2020/62/12.2025[61] 61[XNUMX] Pacific Fleet[XNUMX] Under construction
    "Admiral Spiridonov" 928 20.07.2020/62/12.2026[63] XNUMX[XNUMX] Black Sea Fleet Under construction
    "Admiral Kapitanets" 929 2022[64] 2026 12.2027 Black Sea Fleet Preparing for laying[65][66]
    "Admiral Vysotsky" 930 Preparing for laying[65][66]
    1. Beregovic_1
      Beregovic_1 28 November 2022 20: 49
      +1
      They're called that for nothing. There were few heroically and really cool admirals in the USSR and the Russian Federation. It would be better if the 22350 series was called the names of the admirals of the Republic of Ingushetia, there were enough naval commanders there. IMHO, of course, there is trouble with caronymy in Russia.
      1. Serg65
        Serg65 29 November 2022 07: 48
        +2
        Quote: Beregovyhok_1
        There were few heroically and really cool admirals in the USSR and the Russian Federation.

        Why don't you like Gorshkov, Kasatonov, Amelko, Golovko?
        Quote: Beregovyhok_1
        It would be better if the 22350 series was called the names of the admirals of the Republic of Ingushetia,

        If you knew admirals, you would immediately notice that Chichagov is the admiral of the Russian Imperial Fleet, like Nakhimov, Grigorovich, Essen, Butakov and Istomin!
        1. Beregovic_1
          Beregovic_1 29 November 2022 14: 11
          0
          The names Grigorovich, Essen and Makarov were given to frigates of another project, which will no longer exist. There are many truly great naval commanders whose names should be immortalized. And frigates 22350, with the exception of Chichagov, are given the names of Soviet and Russian. Vysotsky does not suit me. I don’t know anything about Kapitants, Amelko, Spiridonov. But I know about Apraksin, Greig, Spiridov, Senyavin, Lazarev, Kornilov. I understand that the 11356 series, whose ships were named after the royal admirals, is over. I don’t understand why the ships are called not by the names of victorious naval commanders, but by the names of Soviet and Russian careerists and functionaries.
          1. Serg65
            Serg65 29 November 2022 14: 39
            +2
            Quote: Beregovyhok_1
            There are many truly great naval commanders whose names should be immortalized. And frigates 22350, with the exception of Chichagov, are given the names of Soviet and Russian.

            So there are not a few frigates in terms of! The only thing that is not clear to me is that Chichagov is planned for the Pacific Fleet, although it would be more correct for the Black Sea Fleet ... so to speak, to continue the topic of names.
            Quote: Beregovyhok_1
            Vysotsky does not suit me

            What exactly?
            Quote: Beregovyhok_1
            I don’t understand why the ships are called not by the names of victorious naval commanders, but by the names of Soviet and Russian careerists and functionaries.

            Loudly said! Explain?
            1. Beregovic_1
              Beregovic_1 29 November 2022 15: 47
              0
              Let me explain. This, of course, is purely my opinion, but. There were Soviet admirals who fought in the Second World War. They controlled the fleets during the hostilities (praise the gods, the ships are not named after Oktyabrsky). There was Gorshkov - the builder of the modern fleet, there are no questions. What did Vysotsky do? About the Soviet admirals, in addition to those listed, nothing is known to a simple layman. Who it? What is glorious? Who won? Just rose to the rank of admiral? So I know some (not full, but rear admirals, because they didn’t come out with a snout), these are functionaries and careerists, ruthless and cunning. It’s good if they are smart and efficient, but more often they are personally loyal and skillfully maneuvering in intrigues. I assume that the full admiral is an intriguer and a cubed politician. Most likely the royal ones are the same, but ... Senyavin - the battle of Athos, Spiridov - Chesma, Nakhimov - Sinop, Apraksin - Gangut, Kornilov - Defense of Sevastopol, etc. Whom did Amelko defeat? (I just don’t know, maybe it was ...) And in terms of caronymy, I have big claims. UDC - the largest ships of the modern fleet, being built in Kerch, were named after staff workers in general. Are the heroes and naval commanders over?
              1. Serg65
                Serg65 30 November 2022 09: 03
                +2
                Quote: Beregovyhok_1
                What did Vysotsky do?

                Well, the fact that Vysotsky, not being afraid of resignation, opposed the unreasonable decision to transfer the head of the Navy to St. Petersburg, he is a big plus for this! But the situation is interesting, for his stubbornness, the admiral was fired by Medvedev into retirement .... and then again the ship is named after him, just some kind of paradox!
                Vysotsky went through all the naval stages from Nakhimov to Commander-in-Chief of the Navy. Being the chief of staff of the Federation Council in 2000, he did not run away like Popov, now a well-known blogger and fighter against corruption, and at that time the commander of the Federation Council, but took a direct part in the attempt to save the Kursk nuclear submarine.
                It was Vysotsky who corrected Masorin's inflection in the direction of the submarine for a balanced fleet!
                Quote: Beregovyhok_1
                Who did Amelko win?

                Surprise, but he defeated the omnipotent Ustinov! It was thanks to Amelko that the USSR Navy instead of one Atlant received three and two more under construction!
                Quote: Beregovyhok_1
                UDC - the largest ships of the modern fleet, being built in Kerch, were named after staff workers in general

                My friend, do not judge strictly, this is the continuity of generations, well, let's say the Varangian or Peter I. The names of Rogov and Moskalenko were called the largest large landing ships of the USSR Navy of project 1174, these names, as a sign of continuity, received the UDC you mentioned! By the way, Moskalenko can hardly be called a staff, and even more so a functionary!
                I would be pleased with the names of the frigates Admiral Baltin, Admiral Bogdashin, Admiral Selivanov, Admiral Kovshar and Admiral Moskalenko!
  5. Fangaro
    Fangaro 28 November 2022 23: 08
    0
    The Gorshkov and Kasatonov engines are powered by Russian-made diesel engines, but gas turbine units (GTUs) manufactured by the Ukrainian company Zorya-Mashproekt are used as afterburner engines.
    In what year were Ukrainian products supplied to Russian weapons? Until what year were suppliers from Ukraine needed for Russia?
  6. vovochkarzhevsky
    vovochkarzhevsky 28 November 2022 23: 32
    0
    Shrinking though. The cruiser once bore this name.

    1. Borik
      Borik 29 November 2022 01: 05
      0
      Shrinking though. The cruiser once bore this name.

      And if we compare the measurements of the ships, then the frigate is almost in no way inferior to the RRC, but it is much superior in armament.
      Cruiser Admiral Golovko - Water 4340 t (standard)
      5570 t (full)
      142 m length (longest)
      134 m (on design waterline)
      Width 16 m (largest)
      15,2 m (on design waterline)
      Draft 5,1 m (greatest)
      Frigate Admiral Golovko Vod - 4500 t (standard)
      5400 t (full)
      135,0 m length (longest)
      16,4 width m
      Height 8,0 m (sides)
      Draft 4,53 m
      1. vovochkarzhevsky
        vovochkarzhevsky 29 November 2022 10: 14
        0
        The cruiser Admiral Golovko is rather unusual, it was originally built as a destroyer, therefore it did not differ in size or autonomy. However, a cruiser is higher in rank than a frigate.
        As for weapons, a modern motorized rifle platoon will surpass the former rifle company in terms of firepower, but the rank does not change from this.
        1. Beregovic_1
          Beregovic_1 29 November 2022 14: 19
          0
          You are confusing rank with class. They are both ships of the 1st rank. And the classification is very conditional and confusing. I would call a multi-purpose ship of the 1st rank.
          1. vovochkarzhevsky
            vovochkarzhevsky 29 November 2022 15: 55
            0
            Not a classification, but a boundary between classes. I am not a sailor, therefore I admit that a large frigate is equal to a small cruiser, forgive such civilian terminology.
            But there are no frigates equal to project 1144?
            1. Beregovic_1
              Beregovic_1 29 November 2022 16: 12
              0
              So the Project 58 cruiser is not equal to 1144. I wouldn’t call it a cruiser either. More like a URO frigate. boundaries are determined by displacement, autonomy, and the range and level of tasks solved by the ship. The cruiser, as the name implies, is an autonomous ship, capable of dealing with all types of threats in modern conditions. That is, to have air defense, anti-aircraft defense, URO. Project 58 did not meet these criteria. It was a missile ship with strike weapons and air defense systems, moreover, with insufficient autonomy. So project 58 is more of a Soviet error in classification.
              1. vovochkarzhevsky
                vovochkarzhevsky 29 November 2022 17: 57
                -1
                Since the destroyer was originally built, but became a cruiser.
    2. Maxim G
      Maxim G 29 November 2022 17: 52
      0
      In the West, the same trend - in France, the names of admirals used to be worn by sailing ships of the line, battleships, cruisers, now frigates and submarines.
      Actually, there are no cruisers there anymore.
  7. All the details
    All the details 29 November 2022 00: 17
    +1
    Hello UAZ! For information. Guaranteed minimum dimensions of the fairway of the White Sea-Baltic Canal: depth - 4 meters, width - 36 meters, radius of curvature - 500 meters. The dimensions of the chambers of all locks are 135 × 14,3 m. The locks only need to be expanded, and not the entire channel. Project 22350 has a draft of 4,5 meters. The frigate is underloaded and passes. This is the first. Second. And who said that you can't get to Kaliningrad-Baltiysk if you can't get to Severomorsk? He with Zircons and in Baltiysk will be even more needed at the present time.
  8. mlad
    mlad 29 November 2022 10: 03
    0
    Finally, they moved from the word will to the word is. Good luck to the ship in the tests.