The head of the USC Rakhmanov announced the timing of the return to the combat fleet of the heavy nuclear missile cruiser "Admiral Nakhimov"

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The head of the USC Rakhmanov announced the timing of the return to the combat fleet of the heavy nuclear missile cruiser "Admiral Nakhimov"

The heavy nuclear-powered missile cruiser "Admiral Nakhimov" of project 11442M "Orlan", undergoing modernization at Sevmash, is being prepared for testing, returning to combat strength is planned in the near future. This was stated by the head of the United Shipbuilding Company Alexei Rakhmanov.

Work on the "Admiral Nakhimov" is proceeding according to schedule, the ship is preparing to move in the crew. At the same time, the Ministry of Defense agreed on a schedule of work to prepare the cruiser for testing, the timing of the ship's launch at sea will be planned taking into account the preparatory stage. The return to the combat structure of the TARKR is planned for the next year, 2024.



We expect the release of "Admiral Nakhimov" in 2024. Electricity has already been supplied to it from the shore, I think in six months it will be ready for the crew to move in

- leads RIA News Rakhmanov's words.

In mid-January this year, it was reported that shipbuilders had begun one of the most important stages - receiving power and loading fuel. The main task of "Sevmash" this year is to complete the interior decoration and bring the ship to trials.

As previously reported, in the course of modernization, Admiral Nakhimov completely updated its weapons. According to reports, the cruiser will have 80 UKKS cells for Caliber and Onyx cruise missiles, as well as hypersonic Zircon missiles, 92 (probably) S-300FM air defense silos and 20 533-mm torpedoes or Vodopad PLUR, t .e. the TARKR ammunition load will be 192 cruise and anti-ship missiles, missiles and missiles.

The cruiser "Admiral Nakhimov" of project 1144 "Orlan" was laid down on May 17, 1983 under the name "Kalinin". April 25, 1986 launched, December 30, 1988 became part of the Soviet Navy. April 22, 1992 renamed "Admiral Nakhimov". It is one of four Project 1144 Orlan heavy nuclear cruisers.
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  1. +15
    February 27 2023
    It is one of four Project 1144 Orlan heavy nuclear cruisers.


    unfortunately - of the two remaining in the BS of the fleet sad
    1. +12
      February 27 2023
      Quote: Boniface
      It is one of four Project 1144 Orlan heavy nuclear cruisers.


      unfortunately - of the two remaining in the BS of the fleet sad

      And four, oh, how would it not interfere now ((
      1. +19
        February 27 2023
        Yes, because after returning to service one, with a high degree of probability, Peter will get up for a long repair.
        1. +4
          February 27 2023
          They promised that the modernization of Peter, not so deep, but they will begin to debug and problems will fall, and here the USC will come off with the terms of modernization to the right! (((
          1. 0
            February 28 2023
            Quote: Sergey39
            They promised that the modernization of Peter, not so deep

            The admirals are still impressed by the timing and cost of upgrading the Admiral Nakhimov. "Peter the Great" needs an average repair, everything is in a fog about it.
      2. +7
        February 27 2023
        Quote: Normann

        And four oh how would not hurt now

        A bright future has already arrived.
        1. +2
          February 27 2023
          Promise does not mean marriage !!!!!))))
          1. -1
            February 27 2023
            Yes, you are a lover of a glass half empty! You would still take a note not from 2010, but from the time the cruiser was launched! The cruiser stood for a long time and modernization work began in January 2014.
            USC, with all the shifts to the right, more than once indicated the time of the upgraded cruiser's going to sea. We will wait for the end of 2023 - 2024, with all the promises and Our expectation, there is not much time left. And, the ship will be strong, plus other KPUG ships, let's look at the reaction, eternal "partners"!
            1. +6
              February 28 2023
              Quote: Sergey39
              let's look at the reaction, the eternal "partners"!

              The "partners" have both surface forces, and submarines, and aviation in abundance, they cannot be scared by one revived dinosaur. And by the time Nakhimov returns, we will have, at best, four LIGHT frigates of project 22350 in the Northern Fleet from the new one. Another couple of modernized 1155s, the old "Ustinov" and the repaired "Sarych". If not for our submarines ...
              1. 0
                February 28 2023
                As always, we have: - "There is no money (for modern ships), but you hold on (modernized monsters of the USSR)." It is necessary to somehow decide whether we need a modern Navy or not ... well, this is after the victory in the NWO.
                1. +1
                  February 28 2023
                  Quote: megadeth
                  As always, we have: - "There is no money (for modern ships)

                  Yes, there is money, and there were. It’s just that you can’t build ships without engines, and we are only now preparing a frigate from the first domestic power plant for delivery in March. The question is different - if it is impossible to build new ones for some time, then why weren't all the forces thrown into ship repair? For 9 years, only TWO BODs, pr. 1155, have been modernized! "Nakhimov" should have been in service for a long time, but even after a YEAR of the war ... sorry - SVO, Rakhmanov broadcasts neither shaky nor roll that in 2024 "will most likely return to service".
                  But HOW stubbornly this citizen insisted on the construction of absolutely incompetent freaks pr. 22160 and 20386. How much effort, FUNDS and "creativity" was spent on PR of this sabotage! How much money and RESOURCES were spent on their construction !!
                2. 0
                  March 1 2023
                  Quote: megadeth
                  We must already somehow decide whether we need a modern Navy or not ... well, this is after the victory in the NWO.

                  It's time to decide whether the Russian people need a liberal yoke of a speculative capitalist economy and isn't it time to go BACK TO THE FUTURE?
              2. 0
                February 28 2023
                And our "rejoicing optimists" are still happy that they again spent the next billions on "front show!
                1. +1
                  February 28 2023
                  For the past 10-15 years, the Russian Federation has had no problems with funds. And how many trillions have been mastered without any use and trace, do not count. This is not the point. And the nuclear cruiser "Admiral Nakhimov" is by no means a front trough a la 22160, it is a powerful warship - the core of the KUG. Such a ship is NEEDED by the Navy. But Rakhmanov promises only in 2024 ... "maybe".
            2. 0
              February 28 2023
              It was built almost twice as fast as it is being modernized, so it's not about the glasses.
              1. 0
                February 28 2023
                Quote from Krivobokoff
                so it's not about the glasses.

                And not in the means, because the budget for this modernization (Nakhimov) has already amounted to about 200 billion rubles.
                The point is the "effective" leadership of USC ... and the Ministry of Industry and Trade as a whole. For in this department, industry and production are baked in the tenth place after TRADE.
                It was necessary to collect ALL industrial ministries of the USSR in one heap and cover it all with TRADE! And while waiting wassat from such a structure of capacity and efficiency. But when did traders think about production? No, it’s not the kshatriyas who rule ... but the merchant will always master, share and write a report.
        2. 0
          February 28 2023
          Quote: ZhEK-Vodogrey
          A bright future has already arrived.

          Yeah . And what hopes young men had...
          But they couldn't.
      3. +6
        February 28 2023
        And four, oh, how would it not interfere now ((

        How to say. By themselves, they are a little "white elephants". They would each have an aircraft carrier in the company (as planned in the Union) and preferably a nuclear one, and a couple more ships as an escort, then there would be strength.
      4. -2
        February 28 2023
        "And four oh how would not hurt now (("
        For what? no one needs him
      5. +1
        February 28 2023
        Yes, at least ten! All the same, destroy people like you out of carelessness and write it off as a smoking sailor - as with Moscow or with the staff around the headquarters!
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  3. +7
    February 27 2023
    I can imagine how much work has been done on the installation of electric mains and pipelines. There is a joke, the ship is 70% made up of pipes and wires. True, the wires can be wrong in the thickness of each core. Kalinin also had a problem with the core, one of the reactors. operating mode, but acceptable. But in Murmansk there were rumors about this problem. I hope everything was fixed in the process of modernization. On the go I saw Kirov and Peter the Great, and how this "shed" accelerated to such speeds.
    1. 0
      February 28 2023
      Quote: tralflot1832
      There is a joke that a ship is 70% pipes and wires.
      Somehow I came across a figure, but it was a long time ago, I can lie:
      Project 1143.5 "Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov" (TAVKR) - the total weight of the capillaries of different thermometers is more than 600 tons.
  4. +14
    February 27 2023
    They knew how to make such beauties. State however.good
  5. -6
    February 27 2023
    Now the liberda will know that everything is lost and the Russian Navy is living its last days ..
    1. 0
      February 27 2023
      Looking at your cons, I already whined! (((
  6. +7
    February 27 2023
    Yes, there were people in our time (I'm 60), not like the current tribe ... Although, I understand that the younger generation, if they are not interfered with, corrected and helped (mutually exclusive), will be no worse than us :).
    1. -6
      February 27 2023
      Quote: Volunteer Marek
      Yes, there were people in our time (I'm 60), not like the current tribe ... Although, I understand that the younger generation, if they are not interfered with, corrected and helped (mutually exclusive), will be no worse than us :).

      I also think so, but the call of blood still works at the gene level and the history of their ancestors. The souls of many were spoiled in the 90s. There was such a tragedy and they almost lost the country ..
      There is also our fault in this Marek. Hope we get everything back hi
      1. -1
        February 28 2023
        Will you restore lying on the couch? Or are you just writing from nothing to do.?
  7. +6
    February 27 2023
    Yes, a beautiful ship, powerful! It would be in the Pacific Fleet, there is a catastrophic lack of large ships, and the situation is not very simple.
    1. +3
      February 27 2023
      At the Pacific Fleet, coastal infrastructure is needed for ships of large tonnage. For this reason, how many ships were sent for scrap ahead of time! (((
      Times are changing with zircons, target aircraft carriers. It looks like the Pacific Fleet will have one UDC 29300, and frigates 22350, for a start until 2026. 4 frigates and with the signing of a contract for the Amur shipyards, another 6 frigates. Today, not the tonnage, but the filling of the ships, plus a heterogeneous combat system with a swarm of UAVs, will be the basis of the strength of the fleet.
      1. 0
        February 28 2023
        ... Peter will then be repaired and transferred to the Pacific Fleet ... this one in the north is more needed ...
      2. +1
        February 28 2023
        Quote: Sergey39
        At the Pacific Fleet, coastal infrastructure is needed for ships of large tonnage. For this reason, how many ships were sent for scrap ahead of time!

        Yes, not so much. All that - the aircraft-carrying cruisers "Minsk" and "Novorossiysk", the heavy nuclear cruiser "Admiral Lazarev", the nuclear SSR-33 "Ural" and a little more little things ...
  8. +23
    February 27 2023
    This is how it looked at the Baltic Shipyard during construction, on the slipway.
    1. +3
      February 27 2023
      Photo class rare Thank you !!!! yes there were times
  9. -3
    February 27 2023
    Peter the Great, when ordered, goes to the North Atlantic. So that NATO knows that it’s impossible to come here. Yes, and Ustinov returned from the Mediterranean.
    1. -8
      February 27 2023
      Quote: tralflot1832
      Peter the Great, when ordered, goes to the North Atlantic. So that NATO knows that it’s impossible to come here. Yes, and Ustinov returned from the Mediterranean.

      And we are building a nuclear submarine and how much is on duty waiting for an order ..
      Of course, the power of the USSR is far away, but Russia chose the tactics small and bold ..
      The USA is already squealing in epilepsy ..
      1. +3
        February 27 2023
        How many nuclear submarines are at sea is a great mystery until an enemy satellite flies over the base.
        1. -2
          February 27 2023
          Quote: tralflot1832
          How many nuclear submarines are at sea is a great mystery until an enemy satellite flies over the base.

          They fly there and others knock .. And yet they go out of control
      2. +4
        February 27 2023
        Under the USSR, our boats were called roaring cows until the Akula nuclear submarine appeared, not to be confused with SSBNs.
        1. 0
          February 28 2023
          Quote: Sergey39
          Under the USSR, our boats were called roaring cows until the Akula nuclear submarine appeared, not to be confused with SSBNs.
          Project 941 "Shark" was the same, it was not noisy.
        2. 0
          March 1 2023
          "Roaring cow" the Americans called the first generation submarines of Project 675, as they say, for at least two reasons. This is for you to broaden your horizons - https://topwar.ru/60293-mify-ssha-revuschie-korovy-sovetskogo-vmf.html
  10. +3
    February 27 2023
    Come on, dear, it's time to serve the Fatherland!
    1. 0
      February 27 2023
      [/ quote] Come on, dear, it's time to serve the Fatherland! [quote]


      Rather: "Come on, dear, ONCE ONE SHOULD serve the Fatherland"
  11. -3
    February 27 2023
    There was no need to call the ship that ... After all, Grandpa Kalinin was nothing ...
    1. 0
      February 27 2023
      Quote: saygon66
      There was no need to call the ship that ... After all, Grandpa Kalinin was nothing ...

      And this one too? the whole country built and not only this one ..

      Soviet, later Ukrainian military missile cruiser, the fourth and newest ship of Project 1164 Atlant, the largest ship of the Ukrainian Naval Forces in their entire history. Since 1990, after launching, the ship has been on the territory of the Nikolaev Shipbuilding Plant in an unfinished state.

      Tears on eyes ..
      1. 0
        February 27 2023
        - Well, tell me that the omen does not come true ... Symbolically!
      2. +5
        February 27 2023
        No need for tears, Ukraine blew everything! (((
        Missile technology was sold to the Koreans, aircraft carrier construction technology to the Chinese, a plant for the production of engines for aircraft and helicopters to the Turks. Everything, profukali and now the male population is driven into coffins.
        1. +1
          February 28 2023
          No need for tears, Ukraine blew everything! (((

          And who blew Ukraine?
        2. -1
          February 28 2023
          According to you, you need to build only weapons and support people like you all your life! The world is full of countries without armies and people there live with dignity!
      3. -1
        February 27 2023
        Quote from Luka Nord
        the ship is located on the territory of the Nikolaev shipbuilding plant in an unfinished state

        Here hands (or rather, troops) will reach the liberation of Nikolaev, and it will be necessary to see if it is possible to put him on the move. But the name is nowhere at all, it will have to be changed, but there were enough glorious admirals in Russian history, choose to your taste.
        1. 0
          February 28 2023
          can't you put it on
          - there is nothing to catch unfortunately ...
        2. 0
          February 28 2023
          And what will you do to them! ov scare spending billions on it!
    2. +3
      February 27 2023
      Go to Sevastopol, to the Vladimir Church, put a candle to the admiral and those who rest next to him, Our great admirals and you will not have prejudices!)))
    3. +2
      February 27 2023
      Compare Admiral Nakhimov and grandfather, the nationwide head of Kalinin.
  12. +1
    February 27 2023
    And what for these renaming Kalinin / Nakhimov, Andropov / Peter, Kirov / Ushakov, Lazarev (on pins and needles) -?
    1. +2
      February 27 2023
      - "And in our opinion - as the ship was christened, so it should always be called ..." (c)
      1. 0
        February 27 2023
        We had a BMRT "Mir", when it was driven to "needles" to Spain under the USSR - it was renamed, to a stage. I don't remember what it was called.
    2. 0
      February 27 2023
      This is our Russian naming game. Until now, we are indulging in the renaming of ships! The latest case of the corvette Mercury! But, this renaming is symbolic for the Black Sea Fleet and Sevastopol !!!
  13. +1
    February 27 2023
    return to combat is planned in the near future

    recourse
    The closest….
    Everyone has their own, just like the truth.
    If Elvira Nabiullina (“negative growth dynamics”) put it that way, everyone would understand.
    But Rakhmanov, after all, is a mechanical engineer (albeit for cars), and not an accountant (without practice)
  14. 0
    February 28 2023
    Quote: Sergey39
    Yes, you are a lover of a glass half empty! You would still take a note not from 2010, but from the time the cruiser was launched! The cruiser stood for a long time and modernization work began in January 2014.
    USC, with all the shifts to the right, more than once indicated the time of the upgraded cruiser's going to sea. We will wait for the end of 2023 - 2024, with all the promises and Our expectation, there is not much time left. And, the ship will be strong, plus other KPUG ships, let's look at the reaction, eternal "partners"!

    Is it really incomprehensible that without a warrant, and these cruisers should have been accompanied by aircraft carriers (such as Kyiv (cut) or Riga, aka Kuznetsov), destroyers, high-speed transports. A single cruiser of a potential enemy will not scare, but make fun, with all of its even hypersonic missiles, this is a big target. And for the defense of the near sea zone, this is a very expensive toy, well, if you consider it as a parade unit, then yes, it looks impressive.
    1. -1
      February 28 2023
      You read what is KPUG. Learn which ships are included in the KPUG and which are included in the AUG. Our fleet does not consist of one cruiser being upgraded, but of many different ships and submarines!
    2. 0
      February 28 2023
      ... so by the same date they plan to complete the repair of the Kuzi ... so there will be a workable couple (I hope) ... together for testing, acceptance, coordination ...
  15. +3
    February 28 2023
    One state built in 6 years, its successors cannot modernize in 24 years ... Such galoshes
    1. -1
      February 28 2023
      You exaggerate! From 1991 until the 2000s, there was no state, there was a patch of blanket with the dying remnants of the USSR.
      A, the actual modernization since January 2014. Everything else, the time of settling in Severodvinsk.
    2. 0
      February 28 2023
      Little help!
      Sistership, the cruiser Peter the Great began to be built in 1986. They were transferred to the fleet in 1998.
  16. 0
    February 28 2023
    something tells me that before being transferred to the fleet, a fire should happen on it. I don't want to croak, but something ...
  17. 0
    February 28 2023
    "In the short term..." How many time parameters can be put into these words. However, the British came up with another most accurate definition ... "With a high degree of probability." I really hope that our shipbuilders will not allow them to be quoted together.
  18. 0
    February 28 2023
    Well, yes, the current from the shore was ALREADY given, but before that, the most on it was not needed, it turns out? Or maybe the horse didn’t lie there with the repair ... because there was no current as a combat unit? I can’t even imagine what kind of work can be done without it - to peel off the body from shells and paint with chisels? Or is it the fog of war in terms of secrecy??? The dates will be shifted further, because there is no point in breaking the tradition. And there you look and he will crumble from time to time. It is necessary to appoint curators to check this epoch-making repair of the KADYROV or PRIGOGIN class - powerful managers from God. The efficiency will jump 1000 times from the thinned out population of defective managers of the Moscow Region - they have not gone away and the shell hunger they arranged for assault musicians is a vivid confirmation of this.

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