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The landing boat of the 21820 project for the Russian Navy was launched.

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26 July 2013 at the Yaroslavl Shipbuilding Plant OJSC (the managing company CJSC “VP FINSUDPROM”) in Yaroslavl held a solemn launching ceremony of the high-speed landing craft on the air cavity “Denis Davydov” (701 serial number) - the head of the three under construction enterprise boats project 21820 (cipher "Dugong").


The contract for the construction of a series of three boats of this project was signed by OAO Yaroslavsky Shipbuilding Plant and the Ministry of Defense of Russia 23 June 2011. To commemorate the 200 anniversary of the Patriotic War 1812, it was decided to perpetuate the memory of the heroes of this war in the names of a series of landing craft.

The lead boat under this contract, Denis Davydov, was laid in Yaroslavl on January 18 2012, the second - Lieutenant Rimsky-Korsakov (702 serial number) - 21 June 2012, and the third - Michael Lermontov (703 serial number) - laid 18 January 2013 of the year.



The launching ceremony was attended by leaders and representatives:
The Naval Shipbuilding Directorate, the Department for the State Defense Order of the Russian Defense Ministry, the Regional Branch of the Rodina Party in the Yaroslavl Region, the Directorate for Work with Defense Industry Enterprises and the Monitoring of the Implementation of Promising Projects of the VTS FS, 1 Department of the Department for Specialist Property and Services of the Navy JSC Rosoboronexport ", Governor of the Yaroslavl Region, Department of Industrial Policy of the Yaroslavl Region, Administration of the Frunzensky District of the City of Yaroslavl, etc. From the Ministry of Industry and trade of the Russian Federation was read out the received welcome address.





“This is a low landing ship. The need for such ships in the Navy is wide. I think the state order will not be limited to three ships, ”said Gennady Kharin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Yaroslavl Shipbuilding Plant.



Yaroslavl Shipyard is one of the leading Russian shipbuilding enterprises with experience in building ships of various classes, types and purposes of high complexity.
Permanent state customers for a long time: the Ministry of Defense of Russia, the Border Guard Service of the Federal Security Service of Russia, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, the Federal Security Service of Russia, the Ministry of Transport of Russia.

The landing boat of the 21820 project for the Russian Navy was launched.


Currently, under current government contracts, the plant builds:
- for the Ministry of Defense of Russia - sea tug project 745 mbs, landing craft project 21820 - 3 units,
- for the FSB of Russia - speed patrol boats of the project 12260 - 2 units,
- for Rosmorrechflot - conditional vessels of the project SV 2407 - 6 units, tankers, bunkermen of the project RT 18 - 3 units,
- for the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia - special police speed patrol boat
12260 project.



Specifications:
Displacement: 280 t. (Full)
The main dimensions: length - 45 m, width - 8.6 m, draft - 2.2 m.
Maximum travel speed: 35 knots
Crew: 6 people
Landing capacity: 3 tank or 5 armored vehicles
Armament: two 14,5-mm MTPU machine gun installations



Серия:
Ataman Platov (factory number 811) - built on the Volga Shipyard (Nizhny Novgorod), part of the Caspian flotilla
"Ivan Kartsov" (serial number 4001) - in construction at Vostochnaya Verf OJSC (Vladivostok) (incorporated in 2010).
"Denis Davydov" (serial number 701) - in construction (laid 18.01.2012, launched on 26.07.2013)
"Lieutenant Rimsky-Korsakov" (serial number 702) - in construction (laid 21.06.2012)
"Michman Lermontov" (serial number 703) - in construction (laid 18.01.2013)
All boats were named in honor of the heroes of the Patriotic War 1812 of the year.

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  1. Edward72
    Edward72 29 July 2013 06: 13 New
    +8
    Well done Volgari.
  2. Sirocco
    Sirocco 29 July 2013 06: 14 New
    12
    A good gift to the captain of this ship on the day of the Navy. good Silent glanders restore the former power of the Russian fleet.
  3. NOMADE
    NOMADE 29 July 2013 06: 49 New
    +6
    Well done, still at such a pace (except for the bookmark in 2010 in Vladivostok ...) frigates and corvettes were let down winked Then it would be great)
  4. omsbon
    omsbon 29 July 2013 06: 55 New
    +7
    Capacity 3 tanks, speed 35 knots - great! Small but nimble!
    1. igor36
      igor36 29 July 2013 08: 32 New
      +2
      Quote: omsbon
      Capacity 3 tanks, speed 35 knots - great! Small but nimble!

      A small clarification: either 3 tanks, or 35 knots. With a full load, the maximum speed can not be developed.
      1. donavi49
        donavi49 29 July 2013 09: 06 New
        +9
        Another clarification is the capacity of the 2 tank or 4 BTR-BMP.
  5. Bakht
    Bakht 29 July 2013 08: 32 New
    +2
    Carrying capacity 140 tons, seaworthiness - 5 points, cruising range - 300 miles. Case - aluminum alloys.

    http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/topic-630.html

    It seems that one is planned to be built for the Pacific Fleet. But judging by the characteristics, it will be difficult for him in the ocean. The link shows what is planned to have in closed waters: the Caspian, Baltic, probably the Black Sea.
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 29 July 2013 09: 10 New
      +3
      Not like, but "Ivan Kartsov" has been built and has already been painted, it should be launched this year, but the Pacific Fleet will most likely see it next year.

      He has a niche, not to Japan or the Kuril Islands on his own, but to replace the ancient boats of the Shark type, which are decent in the Navy.
      1. Bakht
        Bakht 29 July 2013 10: 18 New
        0
        Well, to the landing boat and under its own power. Of course he has a niche. As with all landing craft. Question to the military, as a specialist.

        At one time, the proud Britons were disappointed in their Sheffield precisely because of the high availability of aluminum alloys. The landing boat should go to the enemy shore. Well, if on a fixed bridgehead. And if not? In the Pacific Ocean at high speed, is seaworthiness sufficient?

        If the answer to both of these questions is yes, then you can rivet dozens. And if not?
  6. smart ass
    smart ass 29 July 2013 08: 43 New
    +3
    So rejoice as if the battleship lowered)
    1. Kibalchish
      Kibalchish 29 July 2013 19: 15 New
      -1
      Let us down: But then.
  7. Constantine
    Constantine 29 July 2013 08: 59 New
    +1
    Fine! Step by step, we will reach large ships. I hope we get there soon smile
  8. Alexey M
    Alexey M 29 July 2013 10: 01 New
    +1
    Shame on you! Such boats could be riveted a dozen a month under the USSR. They were considered for by-products from the main production. And now we are glad that at least we are releasing it. Where is the state program for restoring the military-industrial complex being asked?
  9. 17085
    17085 29 July 2013 10: 22 New
    +1
    It's a shame, it reduces the cheekbones. Workmanship is mediocre. The ribs stick out, like a twenty-year-old, have not yet walked - in the dents on the sides. The seams are already visible in the photo - not even. They didn’t build like that in war.
    stop
    We do not need such a fleet !!!!!!!!!!
    It is clear why you have to buy vessels from the paddles of the court in Russia, there are only a couple - three plants with normal personnel, the rest are only capable of riveting such ...
    sad
    1. leon-iv
      leon-iv 29 July 2013 10: 40 New
      0
      what are you saying. Take a look at all the new ships)) there, for the most part, everything is the same.
    2. shpuntik
      shpuntik 29 July 2013 11: 04 New
      +2
      17085 IN Today, 10:22 New
      It's a shame, it reduces the cheekbones. Workmanship is mediocre. The ribs stick out, like a twenty-year-old, have not yet walked - in the dents on the sides. The seams are already visible in the photo - not even. They didn’t build like that in war.

      "Ribs" stick out because the frame is cooked from the inside; electric welding pulls the sheet metal when it cools, and here it depends on the thickness of the sheet. A speed of 35 knots requires a reinforced hull, possibly reduced spacing. Pay attention to the speed :-)
      E = mc * c
      1. donavi49
        donavi49 29 July 2013 11: 13 New
        +2
        Now, with each new project, they are trying to reduce the weight of the skin, so it is thinner and thinner. This is a global practice.
        1. 17085
          17085 31 July 2013 03: 43 New
          0
          The weight of the cladding can be reduced for anything, only that anything can sink simply in case of emergency loads, a shell hit - all the steamer's kirdyk is falling apart. The landing boat must have such a thing called survivability, so that the landing party can get under fire. From the look of this device (shown above) I doubt it won't fall apart, at 35 knots and with minimal excitement. And the fact that the ribs of larger brothers stick out (photo below) means one thing, it will be easier to drown it than, say, "Peter the Great" or something else with a stronger skin. I don’t know it’s easier. Do you understand what I'm actually crucifying here about?
      2. 17085
        17085 29 July 2013 17: 42 New
        0
        dear shpuntik, you don’t need to teach me shipbuilding, I’m now in India, at the dock named after Indira Gandhi, Indians in the city .... up to their ears, but they do better. What is the thickness of the metal, if its welding "pulls" - 3 mm? It's just such a technology, or rather its absence.
        I see no relationship between the "reinforced" body and the width of the spacing. At speed, local strength is more important, it is achieved in other ways, the most effective is increasing the thickness of the metal. Otherwise, the metal between the set will be pressed further until it starts to break. Here, in general, with such a length of about 60m (if I am mistaken, then not by much), you can do without such a wild set. Look at the photos, ALL longitudinal seams on otdel **** are made. The hull around the rudder group is generally ******, the joints are not even, the seams are not cleaned, so that speed 35 is not achievable for him. After each transition, it will need to be repaired. It will fall apart.
        My Indians work more accurately.
    3. donavi49
      donavi49 29 July 2013 11: 10 New
      +3
      The connoisseur is visible far. Here is one of the last commissioned Burks at the construction stage.
    4. donavi49
      donavi49 29 July 2013 11: 11 New
      +4
      Here is the Royal Navy's most powerful ship, the 045 type destroyer. Also new.
  10. rugor
    rugor 29 July 2013 10: 59 New
    0
    It's a shame, it reduces the cheekbones. Workmanship is mediocre. The ribs stick out, like a twenty-year-old, have not yet walked - in the dents on the sides. The seams are already visible in the photo - not even. They didn’t build like that in war.
    stop
    We do not need such a fleet !!!!!!!!!!
    It is clear why you have to buy vessels from the paddles of the court in Russia, there are only a couple - three plants with normal personnel, the rest are only capable of riveting such ...


    Quality issues in modern production are not in the first place - it is a fact!
    But a lot depends on the requirements of the customer and the capabilities of the manufacturer. and this and that will grow over time. It is not possible to immediately establish the destroyed processes and technology. People are needed, but they need to be raised.
    Give me time, everything will be fine with us!
  11. Vitya.
    Vitya. 29 July 2013 11: 19 New
    +1
    Class !!! More such launches of various warships!
  12. akmoa781
    akmoa781 29 July 2013 14: 14 New
    0
    Military ships are needed. This boat is very functional judging by the declared performance characteristics. There are no complaints during the operation of existing boats yet. Let's see how they will behave further.
  13. Onil
    Onil 29 July 2013 23: 10 New
    -1
    For a year and a half, they somehow bungled the simplest boat (almost without weapons) and rejoice. Previously, 1 bpc (um) was riveted a year. Shame!
  14. VohaAhov
    VohaAhov 30 July 2013 20: 05 New
    0
    Quote: Bakht
    Well, to the landing boat and under its own power. Of course he has a niche. As with all landing craft. Question to the military, as a specialist.

    At one time, the proud Britons were disappointed in their Sheffield precisely because of the high availability of aluminum alloys. The landing boat should go to the enemy shore. Well, if on a fixed bridgehead. And if not? In the Pacific Ocean at high speed, is seaworthiness sufficient?

    If the answer to both of these questions is yes, then you can rivet dozens. And if not?

    I may disappoint you, but Sheffield had steel superstructure and hull.