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What ships of the Ukrainian Navy raised the flag of St. Andrew (photo review)

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Unexpectedly, I discovered that it turns out that in the past two weeks the Russian Black Sea Fleet has actually been replenished with the 51 ship. We are talking about the ships of the Ukrainian Navy, who decided to go under the Russian flag. Some of these ships are quite combat-ready units, some of which are only “on needles”. And yet, let's see those ships that will now serve under the flag of St. Andrew. Go:


1. Submarine "Zaporozhye" - U01. St. Andrew's flag raised 21.03.14

What ships of the Ukrainian Navy raised the flag of St. Andrew (photo review)


2. Management ship "Slavutich" - U510. St. Andrew's flag raised 22.03.14



3. BDK (large landing ship) "Konstantin Olshansky" - U402. St. Andrew's flag raised 24.03.14



4. KFOR (medium landing ship) "Kirovograd" - U401.
St. Andrew's flag raised 24.03.14



5. Sea minesweeper "Chernigov" - U310. St. Andrew's flag raised 24.03.14



6. The sea minesweeper "Cherkasy" - U311. St. Andrew's flag raised 24.03.14



7. Corvette "Vinnitsa" - U206. St. Andrew's flag raised 22.03.14



8. Corvette "Lutsk" - U205.
St. Andrew's flag raised 20.03.14



9. Corvette "Khmelnitsky" - U208.
St. Andrew's flag raised 20.03.14



10. Corvette "Ternopil" - U209.
St. Andrew's flag raised 20.03.14



11. Missile Corvette "Dnieper" - U155



12. Priluki Missile Boat - U153



13. Minesweeper "Genichesk" - U360



14. Ship management "Donbass" - U500



15. Diving ship "Pochaev" - U701



16. Rescue tug "Kremenets" - U705



17. Search and rescue ship "Izyaslav" - U706



18. Fire boat "Borschiv" - U722



19. Transport "Dzhankoy" - U754



20. Transport "Sudak" - U756



21. Tanker "Bakhmach" - U759



22. Tanker "Fastov" - U760



23. Balta degaussing vessel - U811



24. Ship control physical fields (TFP) "Severodonetsk" - U812



25. Korets sea tug - U830



26. Kilector "Shostka" - U852



27. Floating warehouse "Zolotonosha" - U855



28. Diving ship "Kamenka" - U860



29. Tug "Krasnoperekopsk" - U947



30. Tugboat "Dubno" - U953



31. Waste collection vessel - U954



32. Transport "Gorlovka" - U753



33. Training boat "Chigirin" - U540



34. Training boat "Smila" - U541



35. Training boat "New Kakhovka" - U542



36. Hydrographic boat "Skvira" - U635



37. Boat "U659"



38. Boat "U662"



39. Boat "U001"



40. Boat "Korosten" - U853



41. Boat "Dobropolye" - U854



42. Boat "U926"



43. Diving boat "Romny" - U732



44. Tokmak Diving Boat - U733



45. Sanitary boat Sokal - U782



46. Passenger boat "Illichivsk" - U783



47. Anti-diversion boat "Theodosius" - U240



48. Kherson torpedo boat - U891



49. Towing boat "Novoozernoe" - U942



50. Fire boat "Evpatoria" - U728



51. Kalanchak floating crane - U802

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  1. avant-garde
    avant-garde 27 March 2014 06: 39
    +23
    In such a short period of time, how many ships to build here is the industry, led by GDP, how to start working lol
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 27 March 2014 06: 40
      +30
      Gallery of cans?
      Is there any sense from them, in the sense you can recover and use at least part of it?
      1. W1950
        W1950 27 March 2014 06: 45
        +7
        All ships standing in the Crimea raised the St. Andrew's flag, though almost all of them are morally and physically outdated.
      2. platitsyn70
        platitsyn70 27 March 2014 06: 48
        +14
        Junk is everything, it’s necessary to change. There isn’t anything worth fighting there, but we were laughing at the site over the boat a year ago, now it’s not easy to see the St. Andrew’s flag over it.
        so Ukraine has no last submarine left in the "steppes of Ukraine".
      3. domokl
        domokl 27 March 2014 06: 49
        +9
        Quote: mirag2
        Gallery of cans?

        Exactly the same feeling ... The fleet of Ukraine is rubbish ... It is necessary to write off and practically start from scratch ... The work is not an edge ...
        1. Svetlana
          Svetlana 27 March 2014 08: 13
          +7
          Yes, but first we need to take our ship repair and shipbuilding plants from Bandera, launch them to work to their fullest.
          1. Burmistr
            Burmistr 27 March 2014 11: 07
            +1
            For recycling! For the content of cans is a very expensive pleasure!
      4. avant-garde
        avant-garde 27 March 2014 06: 53
        +20
        Quote: mirag2
        Gallery of cans?

        Why don’t you really look into a gifted horse’s teeth, what can be modernized, what can’t be scrapped, they will also let a ton of ferrous metal out of 1200 rubles. worth it!
        1. krpmlws
          krpmlws 27 March 2014 07: 18
          +5
          Quote: avant-garde
          Quote: mirag2
          Gallery of cans?

          Why don’t you really look into a gifted horse’s teeth, what can be modernized, what can’t be scrapped, they will also let a ton of ferrous metal out of 1200 rubles. worth it!

          It's a shame, they took it, but it turns out to be scrap metal, with rare exceptions. laughing
          1. Burmistr
            Burmistr 27 March 2014 11: 08
            +1
            But banderlog as yelled for this garbage
        2. Tersky
          Tersky 27 March 2014 07: 40
          +6
          Quote: avant-garde
          that it’s impossible to put up money for scrap, too, a ton of ferrous metal won 1200r. worth it!

          It will cost more to cut ... The prospect is one on floating targets ..
          1. klimpopov
            klimpopov 27 March 2014 08: 11
            +3
            Hello Vit!
            Hmm, a sad picture, but 23 of the year does not engage in the fleet ... But something can and how to use training.
            And so really a gallery of targets ...
          2. Yana Armored Train
            Yana Armored Train 27 March 2014 08: 25
            +1
            Why immediately on the metal. This is the simplest solution. some can be upgraded and put into operation. And what is morally obsolete as training ships can be used to train cadets.
            1. Turkir
              Turkir 27 March 2014 10: 34
              +5
              I agree with you. And then there are many "donors" appeared. You can't ask my neighbor for a carnation, but there, rust, old stuff, he says, you can give it back.
              When it comes to nothing, not by labor, always such an attitude.
              I remind fans of the gift, as during Kuchma, from the Crimea, by the valiant Ukrainian army, during the exercises, a passenger plane Tel Aviv-Krasnoyarsk was shot down with a rocket. Like Kuchma, he drove EVERYTHING by the nose and said that Ukraine had nothing to do with it until they caught a piece of broken skin in the Black Sea. There were many children on the plane. Ukraine didn’t even apologize.
              Weapons must be taken away so that they do not accidentally shoot themselves. Then we will be to blame. Children and crazy play with weapons is dangerous.
            2. Docent1984
              Docent1984 28 March 2014 07: 52
              0
              Something will actually work if the repair is sensible. After all, the Navy has different goals - not always confront the amers, but to fight all kinds of Somali pirates or to accompany civilian transports, morally obsolete ships will go down. So there’s a sense anyway)
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        3. Corsair0304
          Corsair0304 27 March 2014 08: 49
          +2
          Be that as it may, now the adversary will have to expect that the Russian fleet has added some even conventional units, and the potential ally has accordingly decreased.
          Yes, the ships are obsolete and clearly require repair and modernization, but it is better to gradually replace the obsolete with a new one, than tear the veins and create everything from scratch. And they can still serve as training ships for future Nakhimov’s.
      5. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
        Andrei from Chelyabinsk 27 March 2014 07: 50
        +6
        Quote: mirag2
        Gallery of cans?

        Well, why? The BDK, the corvettes (which are the IPC), the minesweeper are a very valuable acquisition, and some of the boats seem to be quite on the move.
        That's what to do with the one and only submarine "Sobakorozhye" - I honestly don't know. Monument?
        1. klimpopov
          klimpopov 27 March 2014 08: 13
          +3
          That's what to do with the one and only submarine "Sobakorozhye" - I honestly don't know. Monument?

          Suitable for study.
          Well, why? The BDK, the corvettes (which are the IPC), the minesweeper are a very valuable acquisition, and some of the boats seem to be quite on the move.

          For a while, yes, but I'd rather spend money on a new one. And I would buy out "Ukraine" lol , through front companies and the name would have kept and modernized laughing it is a pity that she is in Nikolaev.
          1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
            Andrei from Chelyabinsk 27 March 2014 09: 24
            +2
            Quote: klimpopov
            Suitable for study.

            The jester knows him. Can you dive on it at all?
            Quote: klimpopov
            For a while, yes, but I'd rather spend money on a new one. And I would buy out "Ukraine"

            Is it worth it? The ship was launched almost a quarter century ago. There is no part of the equipment, but what is partly died from an oversight, partly seized. The amount of modernization required is global there, but the result?
          2. Mikado
            Mikado 27 March 2014 09: 27
            +1
            They would buy it out, but what to do with it? The only factories that will be able to "put this ship on its feet" are in Nikolaev, it is not an option to repair there. We'll have to drive this ship north, is it worth it? Or for the money it will be easier to build a new one
      6. 222222
        222222 27 March 2014 10: 57
        0
        .... at first I could not understand, why all this rubbish in Russia? -Dispose of? -Is more expensive ..
        The last thing that came on .. - so as not to interfere and not create problems with likely actions in the future ...
      7. papas-57
        papas-57 28 March 2014 05: 04
        0
        forgot to show lifeboats.
      8. papas-57
        papas-57 28 March 2014 05: 04
        0
        forgot to show lifeboats.
    2. Civil
      Civil 27 March 2014 07: 24
      +6
      Sorry Sagaidachnogo missed, would be a complete set, acre corvette trash all
      1. klimpopov
        klimpopov 27 March 2014 08: 16
        +1
        Oh, but it was said that he also moved to Russia. Something I missed ...
    3. Trailer
      27 March 2014 08: 41
      +5
      Complaints - take a look at the age of our Black Sea Fleet. We accept peers. Among them there are 2 landing ships, six corvettes, several sea tugs, mine clearance ships and hospital ships - yes, you are so sick to complain!
      1. RusKaz
        RusKaz 27 March 2014 10: 27
        +3
        Quote: Karavan
        Among them are 2 landing ships, six corvettes, several sea tugs, mine clearance ships and hospital ships

        A fellow countryman, you may not know, but at the Olshansky BDK the team poured cement on the engine and broke the ship's control devices. After they took him by storm, they dragged him by tug to the shore. They say that it is easier to saw than repair.
        Cherkasy can also be damaged, because kept in touch with Olshansky, tried several times to go to sea and resisted capture. It was captured by the very last.
    4. Trailer
      27 March 2014 08: 41
      +1
      Complaints - take a look at the age of our Black Sea Fleet. We accept peers. Among them there are 2 landing ships, six corvettes, several sea tugs, mine clearance ships and hospital ships - yes, you are so sick to complain!
  2. Ivan Tarasov
    Ivan Tarasov 27 March 2014 06: 40
    +21
    Landing ships - the most valuable thing that has come to us from Ukraine.
    1. Makarov
      Makarov 27 March 2014 07: 23
      +7
      And Ternopil? 11 years gave birth, almost new)))
      1. klimpopov
        klimpopov 27 March 2014 08: 17
        +5
        Ternopil yes.
        But most of all I was pleased with this acquisition. I certainly do not mock, but the photo class!
        1. PN
          PN 27 March 2014 09: 50
          +1
          Then I ask you to pay attention to the main caliber gun of the "Romny" diving boat - U732, photo # 43!
          1. Andrey78
            Andrey78 27 March 2014 10: 41
            0
            good thing, soon the whole Ukrainian army will be armed with such artillery
    2. Vi_RUS
      Vi_RUS 27 March 2014 17: 41
      0
      BDK and Corvettes norms and a couple of tugs with boats, everything else to cut, and it will be, you will see.
  3. Antitolerast
    Antitolerast 27 March 2014 06: 41
    +1
    Scrap metal ...
  4. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 27 March 2014 06: 42
    +12
    Junk is everything, it’s necessary to change. There isn’t anything worth fighting there, but we were laughing at the site over the boat a year ago, now it’s not easy to see the St. Andrew’s flag over it.
    1. W1950
      W1950 27 March 2014 06: 53
      +3
      They will make a museum out of a boat. We have written them off for a long time.
    2. Serg65
      Serg65 27 March 2014 10: 33
      +9
      I dare to argue with such a master as you, Alexander. Yes, of course there are many old ships and ships, but there are quite normal ones; KU "Slavutich", large landing craft "Konstantin Olshansky", corvettes "Vinitsa", "Khmelnitsky" are typical PSKR (in the newly created Balaklava frontier detachment they will be quite useful), the rest of the MPK corvettes in the near future did not even come up with a replacement, "Shostka "-Kil-33, in my time, practically did not stand idle in the base, acre of military services in the Mediterranean, rushed around the Black Sea bases like a savraska, MRK and RK would not be superfluous either," Kremenets "-MB-108," Koreets "-MB -30, "Balta" -SR-568 are not new, but quite modern ships, taking into account the revival of military services in the Mediterranean, very much by the way, "Fastov" -VTN-38, "Bakhmach" -VTN-81, "Dzhankoy" -VTR-93 (looks awful, but in the hold it has special racks for 40 torpedoes) for raid support in the base are practically irreplaceable, with the revival of the Nakhimov VVMU, the acquisition of training boats (which, by the way, belonged to him in the Soviet Union) is quite timely, there is nothing to say about harbor tugs, they have always been workhorses in the bases.
  5. platitsyn70
    platitsyn70 27 March 2014 06: 44
    +1
    a large pile of scrap metal mostly.
  6. Fiero
    Fiero 27 March 2014 06: 45
    +1
    It is also a pity that Ukraine participated in the division of the Black Sea Fleet ...
    1. Rus86
      Rus86 27 March 2014 07: 16
      -1
      90s Russia survived, too, something like the reserves from the Union. who knows what "our" admirals could do in those years.
  7. maxxdesign
    maxxdesign 27 March 2014 06: 47
    +2
    a large half are rusty basins ... you can give them to Ukraine ... surrender to scrap ... you can even stretch the winter without hunger and cold
    1. Turkir
      Turkir 27 March 2014 08: 21
      +1
      Why take it? To give back? Nobody ever gave us something.
      Everything is useful on the farm, and for coastal swimming or not on the Sea of ​​Azov Zaporozhye, Lugansk and Donetsk regions? They pushed all the time in the Kerch Strait and demanded payment for passage through it. There will now be nothing to push around and through the lip, let them speak with their advisers. And in general, let them build ships ... from hemp. In Nikolaev they left both shipyards and a plant. And there the Russians hunched over them while they ate fat and spat on the seeds. Let them dance.
    2. RusKaz
      RusKaz 27 March 2014 10: 11
      0
      Quote: maxxdesign
      you can give them to Ukraine

      Ukraine, by the way, is currently negotiating that at least part of the ships would be returned
      1. Turkir
        Turkir 27 March 2014 10: 16
        0
        Who is negotiating and with whom? Who gave them the credentials? Russia has not yet recognized the leadership of Ukraine as legitimate. Could it be more specific?
        1. RusKaz
          RusKaz 27 March 2014 10: 32
          +1
          Quote: Turkir
          Who is negotiating and with whom? Who gave them the credentials? Russia has not yet recognized the leadership of Ukraine as legitimate. Could it be more specific?

          that’s all I have:
          http://dumskaya.net/news/ukraina-pytaetsya-dogovoritsya-s-rossiej-o-vozvr-034116
          1. Turkir
            Turkir 27 March 2014 11: 13
            0
            Thank. I read it.
            Attitude: dreaming is not harmful. They give out the possible for the real.
            Judge for yourself. An official statement - we will not give up the debts of Russia!
            What a hangover we have our debtorto give something back?
  8. ambiorix
    ambiorix 27 March 2014 06: 48
    0
    In principle, most of it can immediately be drowned or scrap.
    1. alexng
      alexng 27 March 2014 08: 11
      0
      Quote: ambiorix
      In principle, most of it can immediately be drowned ...


      ... somewhere near Odessa to block the remaining "fleet" of clinical Ukraine. What is happening now can not be called a clinic any more. The degradation is complete.
    2. alexng
      alexng 27 March 2014 08: 11
      0
      Quote: ambiorix
      In principle, most of it can immediately be drowned ...


      ... somewhere near Odessa to block the remaining "fleet" of clinical Ukraine. What is happening now can not be called a clinic any more. The degradation is complete.
  9. Don_sanchezz
    Don_sanchezz 27 March 2014 06: 54
    +6
    So why do you evaluate only glands? the crews are moving along with them, which is where an equally valuable resource is.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 27 March 2014 07: 15
      +5
      Quote: Don_Sanchezz
      ? the crews are moving along with them, which is where an equally valuable resource is.

      The sense of the crews that are at the berth wall.
    2. masterovoy
      masterovoy 27 March 2014 07: 20
      +5
      the level of training of most crews with military teams is below the "plinth", they do not even know the basics of maritime practice.
    3. Corsair0304
      Corsair0304 27 March 2014 10: 11
      0
      I support: training a normal fleet specialist is not one year of stress. These are not motorized rifle troops)), since the times of Ushakov / Nakhimov, it was the sailors who were the most trained. No wonder, even during heavy fighting in the Great Patriotic War, Stalin forbade the recruitment of naval infantry from the crews of warships. 1941-1942 does not count. Then the "half-moon" roared with might and main. Glory to the heroes of Sevastopol and the rest of the sailors who defended their homeland from invaders.
  10. ya.seliwerstov2013
    ya.seliwerstov2013 27 March 2014 06: 54
    +2
    And now I'm hiding from the storm
    I don’t see the point straight ahead
    Sometimes I even repent to someone.
    In short, everything is ready for scrap.
  11. Riperbahn
    Riperbahn 27 March 2014 06: 55
    +1
    I even managed to disable some :)
  12. Name
    Name 27 March 2014 06: 57
    +11
    The fact of raising ANDREYEVSKY FLAG is important, even on old ships of the Ukrainian Navy! hi
  13. Blink185
    Blink185 27 March 2014 06: 59
    0
    How much scrap there!
  14. Krsk
    Krsk 27 March 2014 07: 02
    +2
    Guys, explain who knows:. Keelector "Shostka" - U852 what is this ship for? I just don't know ...
    1. ICT
      ICT 27 March 2014 07: 15
      +3
      Since 2004, the killer ship "Shostka" has been part of the Center for Search and Rescue Operations of the Navy of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, is used to support search and rescue operations at sea, transport rescue equipment, place additional emergency equipment, as well as for receiving from the shore and transportation of anchorage equipment and floating navigational marks.
      1. Krsk
        Krsk 27 March 2014 07: 31
        0
        Thank you.
    2. Serg65
      Serg65 27 March 2014 11: 38
      +3
      Quote: KrSk
      Guys, explain who knows:. Keelector "Shostka" - U852 what is this ship for? I just don't know ...


      "Shostka" - former Kil-33, 1976 release. The main purpose is the setting of roadstead equipment (mooring barrels) at not equipped anchorages. It can be used as a tugboat, transport (quite a spacious hold), a rescuer (often during the landing, it snatched PT-76 and armored personnel carriers from under the water) and also, due to the presence of an ice belt, it can be used as an icebreaker. laughing In 1982. by the will of a clever staff admiral, as part of 5 OPESK received an order to monitor the aircraft carrier "America" ​​at its own speed of 13 knots!
  15. Ulairy
    Ulairy 27 March 2014 07: 02
    +5
    Quote: Ivan Tarasov
    Landing ships - the most valuable thing that has come to us from Ukraine.

    I agree. Handsome men! And this motor boat, what is it, "U659" also raised the flag? The supports then need to be replaced on the wheels, put a sail on it and let it scratch to Russia along the highway, with a fair wind laughing just kidding...
  16. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 27 March 2014 07: 02
    +4
    Somewhere starting from the 20 ship, even the paint does not save - it is clear that the rust has eaten everything. Recently I read that portraits like the heroes of Ukraine Bender and Shukhevych were posted on the corvette Lutsk in the corridor. Interestingly, the captain of this ship threw them overboard, or hid them just in case.
    1. Civil
      Civil 27 March 2014 07: 26
      +1
      Quote: FC Skiff
      Somewhere starting from the 20 ship, even the paint does not save - it is clear that the rust has eaten everything. Recently I read that portraits like the heroes of Ukraine Bender and Shukhevych were posted on the corvette Lutsk in the corridor. Interestingly, the captain of this ship threw them overboard, or hid them just in case.

      Ate or nibbled, so that the damned mo rocks did not get))))))))
    2. bucha12
      bucha12 27 March 2014 08: 15
      +2
      He devoured them .....
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 27 March 2014 09: 12
        0
        Quote: bucha12
        He devoured them .....

        I feel: a portrait of Tymoshenko is expected at the exit. With a scythe ...
    3. bucha12
      bucha12 27 March 2014 08: 15
      +1
      He devoured them .....
  17. Alexgs
    Alexgs 27 March 2014 07: 08
    0
    Tugs, "Yaroslavl", "Kostromichi" are eternal hard workers. The rest is for writing off, only the funds will be consumed.
    1. RusKaz
      RusKaz 27 March 2014 10: 06
      0
      But isn't BDK necessary? How many trips they have already made to Syria
    2. Serg65
      Serg65 27 March 2014 12: 39
      +3
      Quote: AlexGS
      Tugs, "Yaroslavl", "Kostromichi" are eternal hard workers. The rest is for writing off, only the funds will be consumed.


      I set the minus, many of these ships and vessels after average repair will do good service to the Black Sea Fleet soldier
  18. siberko
    siberko 27 March 2014 07: 10
    +2
    Replaced with newly built over time ... "Moscow was not built right away" drinks
  19. paul1992
    paul1992 27 March 2014 07: 12
    0
    What is a demagnetization vessel? experts, explain why it is needed ...
    1. Ulairy
      Ulairy 27 March 2014 07: 17
      +1
      To reduce the magnetic field of ships, submarines confuse wink .
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 27 March 2014 09: 15
        +1
        Well, it seems, also, in order to exclude the influence of magnetic fields on the operation of navigation devices and REA. We, at least, were also told about this while studying ...
        1. Ulairy
          Ulairy 27 March 2014 19: 25
          0
          Yes, and it is also. But technologies are outdated faster than they began to apply. Such ships are considered obsolete since the mid-90s ...
    2. Dezinto
      Dezinto 27 March 2014 07: 31
      +2
      A mine’s magnetic fuse is triggered by the magnetic field of a ship passing above it or at some distance from it. As the ship approaches such a mine, the magnetic field is distorted, the magnetic needle installed in the fuse is deflected by a certain angle and thereby closes the contacts in the mine’s battle chain, causing it to explode.
    3. Serg65
      Serg65 27 March 2014 13: 13
      +3
      Quote: paul1992
      What is a demagnetization vessel? experts, explain why it is needed ...

      In this case, "Balta", this is the former SR-568, was built at the Gdynia shipyards of the Polish People's Republic, put into operation in 1987. The demagnetizing vessel is quite modern, it has a unique laboratory of physical fields. Mute I will add DEZINTO's statement ... from the friction of sea water against the hull of the ship, static electricity is created, which in turn leads to the appearance of the physical magnetic field of the ship. The magnetic fuse of a bottom mine consists of a coil and a core on which the arrow-contact is located (simplified), the magnetic field of the ship under the induction means generates a magnetic field on the coil, which moves the arrow-contact and BAMS !!!! Somewhere like that, in short.
  20. kvnvolga2008
    kvnvolga2008 27 March 2014 07: 21
    +2
    Yes! ... If you do not take into account the state of the former fleet of Ukraine, the fact of raising the Andreevsky flag has deep moral and political significance!
  21. Cossacks
    Cossacks 27 March 2014 07: 24
    +1
    Why did I forget what kind of vessel there arbitrarily raised the Ukrainian flag to the division of the fleet?
  22. itr
    itr 27 March 2014 07: 28
    +1
    garbage truck can leave Khokhlov
    and so I look for scrap almost everything
  23. INC_1254
    INC_1254 27 March 2014 07: 29
    +2
    And in Crimea there is an unfinished "Ukraine" 1164 "Atlant"?
    1. Veter
      Veter 27 March 2014 08: 21
      0
      And in Crimea there is an unfinished "Ukraine" 1164 "Atlant"?

      Yes, yes, interesting too. Take it?
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    3. PSih2097
      PSih2097 27 March 2014 17: 20
      +1
      Quote: INC_1254
      And in Crimea there is an unfinished "Ukraine" 1164 "Atlant"?

      costs in Nikolaev at an expansion wall of a shipbuilding plant of a name of 61 communards, we still have not reached there ...
  24. INC_1254
    INC_1254 27 March 2014 07: 29
    +1
    No, sorry, as I understand it in Nikolaev.
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  27. Dezinto
    Dezinto 27 March 2014 07: 34
    +6
    Why did you attack !? Well, maybe not all ships are straight fountains. But many, after not much repair, are fully capable vessels !, capable of fulfilling their tasks. We also have quite a few workhorses that seem not to shine with grace, but they do their job properly!
    1. Ulairy
      Ulairy 27 March 2014 19: 35
      0
      I completely agree with the opinion. For the Black Sea, many ships and vessels (you know the difference, by the way?) - very, very nothing! It's not about grace, it's about functionality. Important! And more importantly, where to put the crew of these ships, if he wants to unilaterally move to the Russian Federation ?! And their families ?!
  28. MolGro
    MolGro 27 March 2014 07: 41
    +4
    Urgently everything is under repair, what can still be upgraded !!
  29. Cutter
    Cutter 27 March 2014 07: 42
    0
    "Mighty Squadron" !!! smile Actual increase in BDK. By the way, I can't remember where the Priluki missile boat flashed in the news?
  30. ya.seliwerstov2013
    ya.seliwerstov2013 27 March 2014 07: 42
    0
    Quote: DEZINTO
    Why did you attack !? Well, maybe not all ships are straight fountains. But many, after not much repair, are fully capable vessels !, capable of fulfilling their tasks. We also have quite a few workhorses that seem not to shine with grace, but they do their job properly!

    We set secondary tasks for the working ships, those ships that require more investment than the price of the task to be performed in the scrap. The fleet does not tolerate savings, it is necessary to build new ships.
  31. Igarr
    Igarr 27 March 2014 07: 44
    +6
    Come on you guys make fun.
    Since I myself am a sailor, in these vessels there is neither scrap metal nor super-advanced ships for me.
    Another thing, drew attention to the well-groomed buildings.
    and here it is immediately apparent who and for what followed.
    ...
    As external trips, ships are on the level. Painted, well-groomed. The letter -U- is clearly visible. Boats were preparing for the show. Dirt in the face does not hit.
    Advertising, damn the engine of the sale of the country.
    Wholesale and Retail.
    ..
    And as a vessel for daily, painstaking work - even at the place of a boatswain with a deck crew of the swamp.
    A specialized ... Tipo anti-sabotage - in general AHU .....
    ...
    Admiralov Ukraine molested .... Mama Do not Cry. It seems that the regiment of popes Karlov Buratin planed.
    But the Navy of Ukraine (albeit a force) was never created.
    Sadness.
    1. Turkir
      Turkir 27 March 2014 10: 19
      +1
      Sadness? Please explain.
      1. Igarr
        Igarr 27 March 2014 11: 46
        +2
        What did I mean?
        Admiral is not just a title. And it is very different from the land general, say.
        Admirals - lead into battle. Generals - send.
        At least, that was the case during my marine youth.
        And it remains, the admiralty is aimed specifically at swimming activities. Maintaining the fleet in combat, operational condition.
        Total fleet. Not individual ships.
        A separate, model ship is a pirate vessel. This is not a fleet.
        The fleet consists of torpedoes, messenger boats, floating ships, tankers, transports, demagnetization ... IIIii, of which it just does not consist.
        Singing frigates are just the pinnacle .... of the admiralty. Epic !!!
        ...
        And here it is precisely a coherent, integral naval organism - from 50 photographs - not to be seen.
        .
        There is only one conclusion - admirals ... stuffed their pockets. Drunk. Kurolesili. They were idiotic.
        But - the Navy - not involved.
        This is not given to me - men are adults. Or are they imbeciles?
        ...
        From childhood it’s hard to watch the wretched.
        1. Turkir
          Turkir 27 March 2014 12: 20
          +1
          Got it. Thank.
          You reason like a professional, a sailor. I understand this point of view.
          I don’t understand why you stop halfway in your reasoning.
          Normal ships, combat, not commercial or passenger, fell into the hands of "imbeciles". Have been brought to the handle.
          Here, excuse me, one should not be sad, but simply be frightened and rejoice that, finally, they do not have dangerous "toys".
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  35. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf 27 March 2014 07: 45
    +5
    Not carefully!
    On the 15th photo there is a diving ship "Kamenka", and the signature is a diving ship "Pochaev"
    "Pochaev" -here
  36. Cutter
    Cutter 27 March 2014 07: 47
    +2
    Remembered! He tried to block the entrance to Sevastopol for our MRK after the victory over the "Galstukoed" navy.
  37. svp67
    svp67 27 March 2014 07: 50
    +2
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  38. air wolf
    air wolf 27 March 2014 08: 02
    0
    almost all the trash!
  39. dr.star75
    dr.star75 27 March 2014 08: 04
    +2
    At number 43, not a harpoon gun? Have they still got sailboats? wassat
    1. ICT
      ICT 27 March 2014 08: 14
      +4
      laugh, but there is an old naval gun from the time of the sailing fleet

      (a large photo is better seen here, maybe a movie was shot)
      1. Nogicune
        Nogicune 27 March 2014 09: 37
        0
        hi Damn, I just wanted to ask what kind of mega-weapon on board, they got ahead laughing
    2. Dest. 956
      Dest. 956 27 March 2014 08: 37
      +1
      Maybe they were preparing to shoot "Pirates of the Black Sea"? laughing
  40. siberko
    siberko 27 March 2014 08: 14
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    Quote: dr.star75
    At number 43, not a harpoon gun? Have they still got sailboats?

    looks like a cannon that shoots with cores wink
  41. be0560
    be0560 27 March 2014 08: 27
    +2
    Of course, all this is scrap. I have always said and will continue to say that only a rich country can afford to maintain its fleet, which can not be said about Ukraine. Ukraine needed it only to show the very fact of its existence. I am sure that Russia will nevertheless restore order to the Black Sea Fleet, although this will require a lot of effort and high costs. This fleet has always been, is and will be Russian.
  42. awg75
    awg75 27 March 2014 08: 42
    0
    To study and to learn is still replenishment. commanders must not be local
  43. inkass_98
    inkass_98 27 March 2014 08: 55
    +1
    As the donkey Eeyore said: "A pitiful sight, a heartbreaking sight" crying .
  44. Weniamin
    Weniamin 27 March 2014 10: 04
    0
    Yeah. The condition of most ships is not very good.
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    2. Ruswolf
      Ruswolf 27 March 2014 11: 16
      +1
      Steamboats are good! ...
      But it’s better not to touch your hands!
  45. Retvizan
    Retvizan 27 March 2014 10: 07
    0
    The boats smiled. But considering how many ships flashed in the background ... "There was a fleet, there were officers, there were queues and there was no sausage. Now the fleet has drowned at the piers, there are no queues, there are a lot of sausages, and the officers are arguing about how many women there are."
  46. Retvizan
    Retvizan 27 March 2014 10: 08
    -1
    Apparently these are the same 40 ships and boats that our fleet will receive in the year 14. crying
  47. driver
    driver 27 March 2014 10: 19
    0
    Yes-ships ... What needs to be modernized. And part of it should be transferred to Nakhimovskoye.
  48. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 27 March 2014 10: 44
    0
    If you want to ruin a small country, give her a cruiser. The state of the fleet shows the level of the economy of Ukraine.
    1. Turkir
      Turkir 27 March 2014 11: 39
      +1
      Not an economy, but a gentry attitude. The gentry did not and will not have a state relationship. The gentry looks at the ship, and in his head there is only one thought: ce, not mine. So the money for modernization will go into his pocket.
      History teaches TOPs corrupting NIZA. This gentry thinking, the era of the Middle Ages, corrupted the lower classes. Just that in the news, they came from the Maidan, to the banks of Kiev to change (!) The names of banks to Ukrainian (!) And in those banks where there is Russian money, nationalize deposits (!). I don’t need to explain to you what it is to change (!) The name of the bank ONLY, what threatens the bank itself.
      I write, for those gentlemen who DO NOT understand at all who they are dealing with in Ukraine now. Came to the banks just ordinary people. With glass eyes. The banker came out, talked with them, they left after they were told that if we fulfill your requirements, there will be no pensions and salaries.
      With glass eyes, they left. I think they went to another bank.
      Very simple people, without machine guns. They are automatic machines themselves.
      And this is not at all funny.
  49. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf 27 March 2014 10: 46
    +1
    Old Soviet times come back:
    You come to the motor depot to work, they give an old wreck, you restore, then you work, repair ..... You gain experience, hone your skills. As soon as I achieved results, then, as the recognition of a new car please!
    And I don’t want to give away the old one ... like a native.
  50. villi64
    villi64 27 March 2014 11: 30
    0
    Trash, taking into account the cost of repair and modernization. Black Sea Fleet needs new ships. Although the corvettes still serve. Sorry BDK, a beautiful boat.