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Rolling out the hull of the large reconnaissance ship "Yuri Ivanov"

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As the web resource flotprom.ru reported, at Severnaya Verf Shipbuilding Plant OJSC in St. Petersburg 13 on June 2013, a rolling out of the slipway to the open slipway of the hull of one of the main Russian naval protracted ships of recent years took place ( "Naval communications vessel") of the 18280 "Yuri Ivanov" project, laid out as early as December 27 2004.


On the open slipway, it is planned to mount the ship’s superstructures and the mast, after which Yuri Ivanov is scheduled to be launched, tentatively scheduled for September 2013. After that, as expected, the ship will be completed afloat within six months. Delivery to the customer is tentatively scheduled for 2014 year.

It is also reported that in the current year at the Severnaya Verf the second ship of this project will be laid, which was named by the name of Ivan Khurs by the order of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy.


The hull of the main large reconnaissance ship (“naval communications vessel”) of the 18280 “Yuri Ivanov” project, rolled out of the boathouse to the open slipway of Shipbuilding Plant “Severnaya Verf” OJSC. St. Petersburg, 13.06.2013
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  1. Dmitry 2246
    Dmitry 2246 20 June 2013 10: 03 New
    +3
    Good news early in the morning! Looks like shipbuilders have stirred!
    1. svp67
      svp67 20 June 2013 10: 11 New
      +7
      Quote: Dmitry 2246
      Good news early in the morning! Looks like shipbuilders have stirred!

      It’s high time, otherwise it’s possible and "Sleep the Motherland ..."
    2. Siberian German
      Siberian German 20 June 2013 13: 04 New
      -1
      and what’s good - since 2004 to build is good news - laughter and only
      1. Homo
        Homo 20 June 2013 13: 34 New
        0
        It must be considered not from the moment of bookmarking but from the moment of the change of MO !!! Then there will be very positive news !!!
      2. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 22 June 2013 18: 08 New
        0
        Quote: Siberian German
        and what’s good - since 2004 to build is good news - laughter and only



        The good news is that there are more and more such news every day. The point is that there will be talks that our American colleagues cry in the morning and can’t sleep without sleeping pills. Which is what we really need ... so that the Indians begin to sob and stomp for suicide at the mention of our army ...
    3. Maks111
      Maks111 20 June 2013 17: 07 New
      0
      And in whose honor is the ship named?
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      2. experienced
        experienced 20 June 2013 17: 22 New
        +1
        Quote: Max111
        And in whose honor is the ship named?

        My countryman
        IVANOV YURI VASILIEVICH (born in February 1920 in the mountains. Volsk, Saratov Region - died in September 1990 in Moscow). Russian. Vice Admiral (1972). In the navy since 1938, he graduated from one course of the Leningrad State University (1938), the Higher Naval School named after V.I. M.V. Frunze (1938-1941), UOPP them. S.M. Kirov (1941, 1946), AKOS at the Naval Academy (1957-1958). He served on submarines of the Pacific and Northern fleets, a participant in the Great Patriotic War. Commander of the submarine "S-16" (1947-1949), "S-14" (1953-1954), "B-9" (1954), "B-68" (1954-1957). Chief of Staff of the 124th submarine brigade (1958-1960), commander of the 90th separate submarine brigade (1960-1961), commander of the 26th submarine division of the Pacific Fleet (1961-1965). Chief of Intelligence of the Navy (after Rear Admiral BN Bobkov, from July 1965 to July 1975), Chief of the Intelligence Directorate - Deputy Chief of the Main Staff of the Navy for reconnaissance (July 1975 - January 1979). At the disposal of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy (January-June 1979). He made a great contribution to the creation and development of a permanent intelligence system of the Navy, the development of intelligence control bodies and the theory of intelligence, training of personnel and specialists for intelligence agencies and units. Retired from June 1979. Awarded: the Order of the October Revolution (1979), 2 Orders of the Red Banner (1944, 1974), the Order of the Patriotic War I degree (1942, 1944), II degree (1985), 1944 Orders of the Red Star (2, 1954), medals.
        In 1979, he was replaced by Vice Admiral Khurs I.K.
        1. Col.
          Col. 20 June 2013 20: 57 New
          +1
          Quote: seasoned
          In 1979, he was replaced by Vice Admiral Khurs I.K.


          With Khurs Ivan Kuzmich I was lucky to be acquainted. The most competent specialist, experienced scout, talented leader. I even had a chance to drink with him. Man is unusually versatile and untouchable. Now there are almost none ...
  2. fzr1000
    fzr1000 20 June 2013 10: 04 New
    +1
    Well, so far, as they say, 3,5 feet under the keel? smile We look forward to 2014.
    1. танк
      танк 20 June 2013 13: 14 New
      -1
      And why it will wait for 2014 then it will come, but judging by the photo they will hand over the ship not soon ...
      1. танк
        танк 20 June 2013 14: 51 New
        0
        You naively believe that they could not build it in 9 years, but they can in 1 year. So it’s still an empty box, without any electronics, and this is the most expensive and difficult part of a modern ship! It’s sad, but we will be realistic .. .
        1. fzr1000
          fzr1000 20 June 2013 16: 40 New
          +1
          I just wait for 2014. And look.
  3. Scandinavian
    Scandinavian 20 June 2013 10: 14 New
    +5
    At one time, I was conquered by the films Single swimming, the Commander of a happy pike and the Secret Fairway .... these are the feelings I feel when I see that the next iron defender of our water lines leaves the stoppers. The fleet began to revive.
    1. GELEZNII_KAPUT
      GELEZNII_KAPUT 20 June 2013 14: 16 New
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      Vice Admiral Ivan Kuzmich Hurs, read ... hi
      http://www.bigler.ru/showstory.php?story_id=5244
  4. AK-47
    AK-47 20 June 2013 10: 27 New
    +2
    ... pledged as early as December 27, 2004.
    On June 13, 2013, rolling out from the boathouse to an open slipway took place. On the open slipway, it is planned to carry out installation of superstructures and the mast of the ship
    In September 2013, it is planned to be launched. Where the ship will be completed afloat for six months.
    Delivery to customer in advance scheduled for 2014.

    A very long time.
  5. Sochi
    Sochi 20 June 2013 10: 48 New
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    Quote: fzr1000
    Well, so far, as they say, 3,5 feet under the keel? We look forward to 2014.

    actually seven feet ... no offense, and so agree on all 100.
    1. little man
      little man 20 June 2013 11: 00 New
      -1
      no, he was not mistaken. It's too early 7.))
  6. YARY
    YARY 20 June 2013 10: 50 New
    +1
    Yeah.
    Everything is fading.
    Remember about "URAL"! Woe to the patriots!
    So he was BIG and SCIENTIFIC!
    And this is so-so, half-and-half. Well, of course ezhli "corvettes" to bathe the lost nuclear cruisers - then it certainly is yeah.

    The minus one from the crackers will begin now.

    and by the way, look at the rates of building this and that, well, how?
    1. YARY
      YARY 20 June 2013 10: 53 New
      0
      PySy

      "
      Service: USSR (1989-1991)
      Russia (1991-2001)
      Class and type of ship Large reconnaissance ship
      Homeport Port
      Manufacturer Baltic plant named after S. Ordzhonikidze, Leningrad
      Launched May 1983
      Put into operation on January 7, 1989
      Withdrew from the fleet in 2001
      Disposal Status ??????????????????????? !!!!!!!!!!!!
      Main characteristics
      Displacement 32 t / 780 t
      Length 265 m
      Width 30 m
      Height 70 m
      Precipitation 7,5 m
      Booking No
      OKU-900 engines, 2 × 171 MW,
      2 boilers VDRK-500,
      2 turbo-gear units GTZA-688
      Power 66 500 l. from.
      Mover 2
      21,6 node speed (40 km / h)
      The autonomy of swimming 180 day
      Crew 950 people
      weaponry
      Artillery 2 × 76 mm AU AK-176
      4 × 12-mm twin machine gun Utes-M
      Anti-aircraft artillery 4 × 30 mm AK-630
      Missile weapons MANPADS "Igla"
      (16 missiles 9M-313)
      Aviation Group
    2. little man
      little man 20 June 2013 11: 02 New
      +4
      Well, earlier in youth, the grass is greener, and the trees are taller, and the girls are more accommodated. wink
      I think the dimensions are suitable, because technologies do not stand still. (I would like to hope)
    3. svp67
      svp67 20 June 2013 11: 13 New
      +5
      Quote: Ardent
      So he was BIG and SCIENTIFIC!

      He was HUGE, but is such a big guy needed now? Especially with a nuclear power plant ... Specialists can answer this ...
      1. old man54
        old man54 20 June 2013 18: 25 New
        +1
        Quote: svp67
        Especially with a nuclear power plant ... Specialists can answer this ...

        YaSU gives autonomy that for a ship with such a purpose just what you need!
    4. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 20 June 2013 11: 33 New
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      Quote: Ardent
      The minus one from the crackers will begin now.

      if the words are correct, although not quite for hearing, then why minus ?! + But still stirred!
    5. bereg
      bereg 20 June 2013 13: 00 New
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      and it started with a bad project name 1941
    6. fzr1000
      fzr1000 20 June 2013 13: 37 New
      +2
      So before, the equipment took up several times more space.
  7. YaRusich
    YaRusich 20 June 2013 11: 11 New
    +6
    Quote: Ardent
    Remember about "URAL"! Woe to the patriots!
    So he was BIG and SCIENTIFIC!

    remember the ear, and about the fact that it was a BIG and SILENT target with an atomic reactor on board which needed a fleet to support and protect, we also remember the ear. But if a vessel with a lower displacement and a higher speed will perform the same tasks, then this is only a plus for a new ship. Or do you think that the larger the ship, the more it scouts for from a high mast the sailor will see further? )))
    Plus, it took less money to create a new ship than it would have taken to upgrade your beloved BIG)))

    A small remark - military technology should be a secret for the enemy. And do you think during the time of Yeltsin and other crap in the 90s we still have at least something secret? So why cling to technologies that have long been known to the enemy and against them there are recipes for counteraction? Answer comrade YARY?
    1. YARY
      YARY 20 June 2013 12: 14 New
      -4
      Answer comrade YARY?

      Do not distort those high word sweetheart.
      And even though "Goose is a pig ..." But I am such a goose at a time, I sit down with any pig .... (humor joke)

      Regarding the case.
      Technology say gone ahead?
      Are you saying "giant" sizes?
      You are not talking about such a "tyhohod" 21 nodes !?
      angry
      Here is the whole company that all wrote, get on the Internet and look for data for comparative analysis!
      Geth say!
      And when you find yes to compare, I give an introduction to the brain (if they are present)
      What is the combat mission of CERs?
      And as soon as you answer, the next question, Why are you asking bad questions?

      Artyomka YOU loader I open my eyes-
      The higher the observer, the larger the observation area (your metaphor in the sand)
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      4. YaRusich
        YaRusich 20 June 2013 12: 52 New
        +1
        Combat service

        In 1989, the certificate of state acceptance of the ship was signed and its transition to the port of registry of Vladivostok began. Comprehensive teams of specialists were drawn up who eliminated possible problems during the voyage. The manual over two Elbrus computers was headed by scientist Vladimir Anikeev. Computers did not want to enter the operating parameters and were naughty. For the first time, Anikeev saw the tropical sun on the upper deck only on the beam of Singapore. Almost all the time he disappeared into the depths of the ship and brought the equipment to condition so that it could process and issue information in real time. After 59 days, the handsome Ural entered the Strelok Bay near Vladivostok. There was no berth for the gigantic ship, and he was forced to anchor in the bay.

        The crew immediately began preparations for a military campaign to the area of ​​the US missile defense test site on Kwajelin Atoll. However, this campaign never took place. For a long time, the crew, even with the help of specialists from the Baltic Shipyard, could not fix a malfunction in the cooling system of the ship's nuclear installation. There were also problems with the functioning of the system of special technical means "Coral".


        But the real problems began when, in accordance with the decision of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR (Law of the USSR “On Universal Military Duty” of 10.04.1989/XNUMX/XNUMX) on exemption of former students from military service, almost all highly trained junior naval service specialists were transferred to the reserve.
        This affected the general preparedness and competence of the crew.
        In the summer of 1990, a fire broke out in the Urals, in which the fodder was out of order: as a result of the fire, electric cables coming from the aft boiler burned out. For more than a year, the ship’s energy supply was provided only by the bow-machine, but in the autumn of 1991 it too burned down. After that, several months all the ship's energy was given by emergency diesel generators.
        There was no money for repairs in a decaying country.

        As a result, a unique ship, which had no analogues in the world, began to be used simply as a hostel for junior officers. In various sources, there is information that the "Ural" was still on alert, despite the breakdowns, the ship successfully controlled the northern part of the Pacific Ocean, intercepting radio traffic in the networks of the Navy, Air Force and PLO of the USA and Japan.

        In 2001, the ship, which had gone on only one military campaign, was finally written off and put on a dock at a distant pier. Near him, too, was in a trick of his fellow unfortunate - missile cruiser "Admiral Lazarev" (former "Frunze", one of the four atomic missile attack cruisers of Project 1144 "Orlan"; the only cruiser of project 1144 "Peter the Great" that remained in service is now the flagship Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy).

        somehow he uniquely badly sailed in the USSR.

        Quote: Ardent
        The higher the observer, the larger the observation area (your metaphor in the sand)

        Well, it was my irony, just on the topic that the CWS does not need such a size to carry out its combat mission (based on an analysis of get get))).

        And dear comrade, by the way, I am far from being a looser, regrettably)) hi
        with respect.
        1. YARY
          YARY 20 June 2013 13: 14 New
          -4
          Artyom, are you again reluctant to turn on the brain?
          somehow he uniquely badly sailed in the USSR.

          Like the first atomic submarines, but nobody turned off the program.
          And now I’m pointing you to the time of operation and decommissioning — do thoughts not come?
          In 2001, descended on just one military campaign

          If in my time the box had problems with it, NOBODY HAS RELEASED! (Breshington fighters have seen enough about Russians in space earflaps and draw conclusions)
          About the size, again juggling !!!
          Do you even know about the Ural equipment? Do you know exactly?
          Here one expert wrote "... and what is inside we will not be told," - but the fact that the USSR had a constellation of satellites many times larger than Russia is now I hope is not discussed.
          The number of "cosmonauts" in the oceans and seas was awesome. The USSR was with a "space fleet" WHICH CUT CUT all over and without a trace!
          Stop ... disgusting.
          1. fzr1000
            fzr1000 20 June 2013 13: 55 New
            +3
            Dear, but "Ural" is gone, there is no "Gagarin", and "Crimea". Consider no "Dobrovolsky". So let them build. You need to rejoice. Even 8 years ago, no one needed it.
            1. YARY
              YARY 20 June 2013 15: 18 New
              -2
              THIS ALWAYS WAS NECESSARY TO THE Navy OF THE STATE!
              But those who "ruled" this state, yes, they did not need it.
              Therefore, building a Tyulkin fleet and calling it "big" is not true.
              To build a small reconnaissance and call it -large is not true.
              Well, I’m silent about the deadlines!
              It's time to stop yelling "hurray" for no reason.
              Finished and thank God there is little, but it's nice that they did not cut into scrap metal.
              Will build an aircraft carrier or something like "cosmonauts" - we will rejoice. In the meantime, we plug the holes with rags.
              1. YaRusich
                YaRusich 20 June 2013 15: 24 New
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                Quote: Ardent
                THIS ALWAYS WAS NECESSARY TO THE Navy OF THE STATE!
                But those who "ruled" this state, yes, they did not need it.
                Therefore, building a Tyulkin fleet and calling it "big" is not true.
                To build a small reconnaissance and call it -large is not true.
                Well, I’m silent about the deadlines!
                It's time to stop yelling "hurray" for no reason.
                Finished and thank God there is little, but it's nice that they did not cut into scrap metal.
                Will build an aircraft carrier or something like "cosmonauts" - we will rejoice. In the meantime, we plug the holes with rags.

                How to call a ship and sail)))

                and another question, where is the information that the new CER is inferior in capabilities to the Urals? I haven’t seen one yet. Or is the most important parameter the same ship size and mast height?

                + add a little pragmatism and cynicism here - what is worse to lose in battle a ship like the Urals with a displacement of more than 30000 or a new NWS with much less displacement and a smaller number of crew and lower cost? With equal opportunities for ships?
                1. YARY
                  YARY 20 June 2013 15: 44 New
                  -2
                  You can see the difference even visually.
                  But if so
                  much less displacement and less crew and less cost? With equal opportunities for ships?


                  And let's make boats? Or rafts from a pair of logs?

                  and another question, where is the information that the new csv is inferior in capabilities to the Urals?


                  Well, like the Ural "... the neck is there and all the tykha."
                  But something to understand can be put it this way - a little thought.
                  ... the equipment of the new ship will be able to track signals of different strengths in different ranges. At the same time, Yuri Ivanov will only have weapons for self-defense. The advantage of the new ship, the main characteristics and capabilities of which are classified, is that, unlike an electronic reconnaissance aircraft, it can be in the patrol zone for a long time.


                  Yeah. Now, something is clear. And 50 for a long time he can’t be in the patrol area, and he can. Stop!
                  Conclusion is equipment to a greater or lesser extent identical to that installed on the A 50.

                  Conclusion-with "Ural" is not worth it.
                  Well, if we extrapolate the development of technology and create something at least comparable to the "Ural" and on modern spare parts and other other stuff ...

                  Continue?



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                  2. YaRusich
                    YaRusich 20 June 2013 17: 04 New
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                    And let's make boats? Or rafts from a pair of logs?

                    I think if you make a boat with the capabilities of CERs, then there will be no price))) and if it’s also remotely controlled .... let's go patent the idea?

                    Well, like the Ural "... the neck is there and all the tykha."
                    But something to understand can be put it this way - a little thought.


                    I think the neck and neck so that it was difficult to understand something, even thinking hard.

                    Yeah. Now, something is clear. And 50 for a long time he can’t be in the patrol area, and he can. Stop!
                    Conclusion is equipment to a greater or lesser extent identical to that installed on the A 50.

                    Conclusion-with "Ural" is not worth it.

                    far-fetched conclusion by "urapatriot" wink , in the absence of unclassified TTX REO.
    2. old man54
      old man54 20 June 2013 18: 29 New
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      Quote: YaRusich
      remember the ear, and about the fact that it was a BIG and SILENT target with an atomic reactor on board which needed a fleet to support and protect, we also remember the ear.

      nonsense! This is not a warship, but intelligence!!! His purpose was to collect various information along the western coast of the USA, in particular, and he did not need security for this. During the war, all the more serious, his place in the Navy!
      Minus from me!
      1. YaRusich
        YaRusich 20 June 2013 19: 05 New
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        Well, I’m not offended by the minuses. But here you say nonsense)) during the war, he just should provide communication and interaction, and even more so his course along the US coast looks ridiculous)). Ships must fight as part of formations and fulfill their tasks and in no way stand on the docks))). Another question is that with the outbreak of hostilities reconnaissance ships (like planes in principle) become the primary goal, and often a target that is hit in 100% of cases.
        Quote: old man54
        nonsense! This is not a warship, but a reconnaissance !!!

        by the way, a phrase from the category that during the war intelligence should sit in the rear of the furnace)) rather than wool behind the enemy lines and fight as needed)))
  8. royk
    royk 20 June 2013 11: 20 New
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    So what’s your bottom. Typically, photographs show only the top. Good news.
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 20 June 2013 11: 47 New
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      Quote: royk
      So what’s your bottom. Typically, photographs show only the top. Good news.

      Well, if the ship is in the water, then the bottom is not visible, correctly, as they said!
  9. cartridge
    cartridge 20 June 2013 11: 46 New
    +2
    Great news! The more such news, the better!
  10. Sochi
    Sochi 20 June 2013 12: 02 New
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    Quote: man
    no, he was not mistaken. It's too early 7.))

    If you don’t think about more, then small will not work ... And nothing small is small - the spool is small, but expensive. And the matter is not in size, but in the filling ... and what they don’t tell us inside, I think there is very serious equipment.
    1. fzr1000
      fzr1000 20 June 2013 14: 41 New
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      Yes, I wrote about 3,5 feet under the keel because the ship is simply not finished yet.
      1. Sochi
        Sochi 20 June 2013 16: 09 New
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        Got it ... I just decided that the person was wrong. But in general, sailors wish seven feet under a keel and a fair wind, and I support you.
  11. YaRusich
    YaRusich 20 June 2013 14: 51 New
    +3
    Quote: Ardent
    but the fact that the USSR had a constellation of satellites many times larger than now Russia I hope is not discussed.
    The number of "cosmonauts" in the oceans and seas was awesome. The USSR was with a "space fleet" WHICH CUT CUT all over and without a trace!

    was, had, cut. Ugh

    there is such a saying "What happened is passed."
    By dreams of former power alone, we will not build and will achieve nothing.
    And thank God that now in our country they began to build something new and develop something new.

    And Hurray, patriots about whom you speak so contemptuously are most likely not those who are happy to accept something new, but you who are ready to denigrate everything new and as a result say yes, we had it, but we cut everything in bad luck, but if, then Tryndets all.

    Russia now needs faith in the best, and not a wake on the grave of the USSR. Although I do not deny the achievements of the USSR. But we live here and now and will live in tomorrow, and not in the past, no matter how comfortable it is. Eh boiled like that, excuse my harshness.
    1. Zlodeey
      Zlodeey 20 June 2013 20: 34 New
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      Everything in the case, I completely agree with you!
  12. Skifo
    Skifo 20 June 2013 18: 23 New
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    But still we need to analyze and take the best from the USSR!
    1. YaRusich
      YaRusich 20 June 2013 19: 08 New
      +3
      But still we need to analyze and take the best from the USSR!

      no one argues, on the contrary we welcome, and it seems that new weapons are being created on this principle.

      here the question was raised (comrade Yarom hello) that everything new is illiquid and is created only for urapatriots))) and all the best was and remains in the USSR and nothing better could be created, well, an acre time machine to get everyone back))) laughing
  13. individual
    individual 21 June 2013 11: 58 New
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    The main thing after downtime the ship is being built.
    There are plans to use it for the benefit of the Navy.
    For the good of Russia.