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The first rescue boat for the Russian Navy launched in Nizhny Novgorod

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At the Nizhegorodsky Teplokhod plant today the first in the series raid boat of integrated rescue support built for the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation has been launched.


The first rescue boat for the Russian Navy launched in Nizhny Novgorod


Compared with the most well-known earlier diving boats of the Flamingo series and their later versions, the new boat has a much larger size, higher power capacity and ice class. This will allow the vessel to work confidently on external raids and beyond, with distance from shelters to 50 miles.

According to the company's chief designer, Andrei Chichagov, "among the additional functions of boats under construction is the ability to conduct search operations, inspection and survey work with the help of a regular small-scale remote-controlled uninhabited underwater vehicle and a towed sonar." He also noted that "for the first time, a joystick control system is provided on boats of this kind."

Under the terms of the contract, the plant is to build 16 emergency rescue boats for the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation within three years, said Sergey Konovalov, general director of the enterprise. The state contract for their construction was signed at the end of March. The keels of the first four boats were laid in June and by the end of the year all four vessels will be delivered to the customer. It is planned to send them to Novorossiysk at the disposal of the Black Sea fleet. Three boats each will receive the Caspian Flotilla and Kronstadt. The remaining six vessels will be transferred to Baltiysk.
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  1. Asgard
    Asgard 19 September 2013 07: 29 New
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    Rescue equipment is good ....
    Another would be the political Will in their application, but after all, nothing has changed since the time of the Kursk ...
    A great country is building - Boats ... with joysticks.
    And Sovcomflot is building its ships abroad to export our hydrocarbons there)))
    Again, the "political will" rests against??????.
    1. Old_kapitan
      Old_kapitan 19 September 2013 08: 17 New
      11
      A great country is building - Boats ... with joysticks.

      And what was necessary - with the helms in human growth? Guran is right - for a long time it was necessary to think about the ACC fleet. I am Ukrainian and even a little nationalist. But I’m probably the wrong nationalist - I’m always happy as a baby when you launch another ship or submarine wink ... But, as a sailor, I understand that without a reliable ACC - no good will come, there will be new Kursk and Komsomolets. Therefore, 16 boats are great! Now is the time to think about an analogue of the safely ditched Lenok SPL and means of high-speed delivery of deep-sea rescue vehicles. God grant that they won't come in handy, of course, but ...
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 19 September 2013 09: 24 New
      +2
      Well, they’re building a big lifeguard. Krasnoye Sormovo finally assembled Bester, the underwater complex and the pressure chamber system are already ready and installed.

      Under the terms of the contract 25 November 2014 year, the ship will be transferred to the Navy. We carefully monitor the quality of work to prevent marriage.
  2. guran
    guran 19 September 2013 07: 42 New
    +5
    Quote: Asgard

    A great country is building - Boats ... with joysticks.
    [/B]

    The great country, having the potential of the Soviet Navy, did not have decent means of salvation. All fleets were looking for bathyscaphes and other technical equipment to save the Kursk. The admirals ran around and waved their arms like young ladies.
    So, the right thing is the construction of the ASC.
    1. vladsolo56
      vladsolo56 19 September 2013 08: 09 New
      +3
      They searched, but just didn’t look for anything, it was all, the depth was no more than 100m, and the divers descended there on the very first day. Not only that, there were options for salvation, only it all was strangely frozen, they waited three days and only then they began to open the hatches. Nobody was going to save the Kursk sailors. And let them say anything, there is a lot of lies in this matter. And a lifeguard with a speed of 30 knots, I think that he will not squeeze out anymore, this is not a lifeguard, but a funeral team. How many times have they suggested making a lifeguard based on ekranoplanes, but nobody needs it.
    2. Asgard
      Asgard 19 September 2013 09: 20 New
      -2
      You are definitely not in the know, write-quote SMRAD (means of Mass Advertising and Desa)))
      100 meters is the level of divers .... The boat itself is more than 150 meters long.
      If you apply the oxygen mixture, you can quickly emerge, then the truth needs decompression, but People would be saved ...
      There were Salvation means, but the Fleet was withdrawn from the area of ​​the destruction of the nuclear submarines ???????
      NOBODY SAVED THEIR, THEY WOULD NOT RESCUE, KILLED THEIR AUTHORITIES AND POPPERS ....
      .At that moment the commander .... (Wait senator)) and after all someone greets him by the hand ???
      POLITICAL WILL, remained the same, and the means of salvation - CATER ?????
      That's what the post is about ....
      1. donavi49
        donavi49 19 September 2013 09: 42 New
        +4
        I wonder how? Introductory - the comming site is deformed, it is impossible to dock. The hatch itself is jammed (impossible to open). All compartments are further flooded and littered (do not get through).

        The ships were all in the area, but to no avail. How many descents to the site were with an attempt to dock? 100? 150? Only a new generation apparatus with a docking unit would save the matter. However, there would also be a problem to disrupt the hatch, the Norwegian divers used a crane with an effort of 45 tons. It is impossible to place such a winch in a narrow space and then not destroy the ship itself.

        In general, in those terms with those conditions, the death was a foregone conclusion. If the site did not deform, then everyone would be saved on the first day.
        1. vladsolo56
          vladsolo56 19 September 2013 13: 58 New
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          You lied, you believed, it is strange that people believe a lie more than the truth.
  3. Nikolay_1995
    Nikolay_1995 19 September 2013 07: 55 New
    +2
    What a handsome man ...
    1. Apollo
      19 September 2013 08: 22 New
      +4
      addition to info
      The 23040 project boat represents the further development of a series of ten diving boats of the A160 project (building numbers 801-810) built by OJSC ZNT in 2010-2012 for the Federal State Institution Gosmorspasluzhba Rossii, as well as the diving boat of the ZT28D project Pelican developed by design department of the plant.
      Compared with the most famous Flamingo boats and their successors, the 14157 project boats, the 23040 project boats have larger dimensions, higher power capacity and ice class, which allows them to work confidently on external roads and beyond, with the distance from shelters to 50 miles
      “Among the additional functions of the boat is the ability to carry out search, inspection and survey work using a standard small-sized telecontrolled uninhabited underwater vehicle and a towed sonar,” says Andrey Chichagov, chief designer of ZNT OJSC. “In addition, for the first time on boats of this kind, a joystick control system is provided.”

      Type of vessel
      A single-deck boat with a steel hull with ice reinforcements, with a single-tiered aluminum superstructure (wheelhouse), a twin-shaft diesel power plant with fixed-pitch propellers and a bow thruster.
      appointment
      - Diving support for underwater technical work at depths up to 60 m with sea waves up to 3 points,
      - Diving work by two divers simultaneously with air flow up to 120l / min to a depth of 60m with exposure on the ground for 60 minutes;
      - Carrying out decompression, air, oxygen and helium regimes of therapeutic recompression;
      - Participation in emergency rescue, hydraulic engineering and ship lifting operations;
      - Inspection of the bottom of water areas, sunken objects and hydraulic structures;
      - Extinguishing fires on ships and ships, floating and coastal objects up to 30 m high;
      - Pumping water from an emergency vessel;
      - Surveying with the help of a small-sized telecontrolled uninhabited underwater vehicle (TNPA);
      - Search for sunken objects at depths up to 150 m, using a towed sonar;
      - Search for people overboard using the thermal imaging system of night vision;
      - Power supply to the emergency ship or object.


      MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

      • The greatest length: 28,09 m
      • The greatest width: 5,56 m
      • Side height in the nose: 3,4 m
      • Draft average: 1,5 m
      • Full displacement: about 118 tons.
      • Main engine: 2x441 kW
      • Diesel generator: 2x80 kW
      • Emergency parking diesel generator: 1x20 kW
      • Speed: about 13,7 ± 0,3 knots.
      • Crew: 3 people
      • Divers: 5 pers.
      http://bastion-karpenko.ru/23040/
  4. Nitarius
    Nitarius 19 September 2013 08: 18 New
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    Quote: vladsolo56
    And a lifeguard with a speed of 30 knots, I think that he will not squeeze out anymore, this is not a lifeguard, but a funeral team. How many times have they suggested making a lifeguard based on ekranoplanes, but nobody needs it.

    That's right! what can be saved --- If in RESCUE, time is more expensive than gold! but not how could this nonsense barely moving!
    1. Old_kapitan
      Old_kapitan 19 September 2013 09: 12 New
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      That's right! what can be saved --- If in RESCUE, time is more expensive than gold! but not how could this nonsense barely moving!

      Have you heard the rhyme: "All kinds of mothers are needed, all kinds of mothers are important"? Then pay attention to the depth of the divers' work and the range. I wouldn't even help Kursk, let alone Komsomolets. So, flood right at the wall? After all, there are no accidents in the coastal zone, in shallow water ... In what I agree with you - in addition to these undoubtedly necessary boats, high-speed delivery vehicles for rescue equipment and "Lenok" type of SPL are needed. I hope they will be.
  5. aszzz888
    aszzz888 19 September 2013 08: 33 New
    0
    Perhaps sometime it will come in handy.
    I would not want to, but life dictates its own laws.
  6. rugor
    rugor 19 September 2013 08: 44 New
    +3
    It is strange that there are no pictures of the launched ship anywhere, only computer graphics.
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 19 September 2013 09: 21 New
      +4
      This is their BOR mode a la Cheka. Although they’re not building anything particularly secret, civilian orders shine for the first time already with the customer.

      This is from all Northern Shipyards reports from the inside.

      Here is another ship, of a catamaran type, of a similar purpose, also sailing to the Baltic in 2013.
  7. albanech
    albanech 19 September 2013 11: 12 New
    0
    Again words like "first" ...! Why the first one? Maybe it's enough not to love yourself like that - not to value your homeland!