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In the Severodvinsk for repair delivered two submarines

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Zvezdochka Ship Repair Center was delivered to Severodvinsk from the Pacific fleet 2 nuclear submarines of project 971M "Bratsk" and "Samara", transmits Rossiyskaya Gazeta with reference to the press service of the enterprise.



“Submarines were delivered to Pomorie on board the Transshelf dock along the Northern Sea Route. The Dutch company Dokvayz took part in their loading aboard the dock in Avacha Bay of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. "- said in a statement.

According to the press service, both submarines are “unloaded onto water and are now at the entrance to the ports of Arkhangelsk and Severodvinsk.” The bad weather still doesn’t allow them to go to the Zvezdochki berths.

The company recalled that "by decision of the government, the Zvezdochka will perform medium repairs and deep modernization of the entire series of multi-purpose submarines of the 971" Pike-B "project." The plant has already signed contracts for the modernization of 4-x submarines project 971.

Help "Rossiyskaya Gazeta": The nuclear submarine of the 971 Shchuka-B project (according to the NATO classification - Akula-2) was developed at the Malachite St. Petersburg Marine Engineering Bureau. Submarines of this series are considered the most modern and quiet of domestic submarines. They have a length of about 110 m, displacement up to 12 thousands of 770 tons, maximum speed under water - 33 node, depth to 600 meters, crew - 73 person. In service of such submarines are cruise missiles with nuclear warheads RK-55 "Granat", missile-torpedoes, submarine missiles ".
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  1. alekc73
    alekc73 24 September 2014 14: 48
    +13
    Good news.
    1. lelikas
      lelikas 24 September 2014 14: 58
      +10
      Repair is much better than needles.
      1. 76rtbr
        76rtbr 25 September 2014 02: 45
        0
        it’s better to collect new ones than old needles !!! but you can get hurt about old ones too !!
    2. subbtin.725
      subbtin.725 24 September 2014 15: 03
      +12
      "By decision of the government" Zvezdochka "will carry out medium repairs and deep modernization the whole series Project 971 Multipurpose Submarines "Pike-B"


      Deep upgrade the whole seriesis cool. Keep it up.
    3. Eggor
      Eggor 24 September 2014 15: 12
      +20
      Quote: alekc73
      Good news.

      The photo could have been delivered directly, for example from an asterisk:


      1. skeket
        skeket 24 September 2014 16: 10
        +1
        Quote: EgGor
        The photo could have been delivered directly, for example from an asterisk:

        I’m wondering how they will deliver Lazarev, because the reactor at Tikhoi does not seem to change
    4. Sergei1982
      Sergei1982 24 September 2014 15: 19
      +4
      Great news, I don’t know if the truth is that the whole series is just super, and before that there was information about the modernization of 6 boats.
    5. Eggor
      Eggor 24 September 2014 15: 32
      +12
      And still very good photos:




      1. kodxnumx
        kodxnumx 24 September 2014 15: 50
        +6
        I am sure this is the right decision, everything that can be restored and modernized after the Union, I think they will still serve Russia worthy, and there are no forces in Russia to build such projects from scratch, 23 years of collapse have done their job, now another ten years will pass and then if at such a pace as things are going on now then yes we can build something global like the Orlanes.
      2. UVB
        UVB 24 September 2014 18: 04
        +6
        Regarding the "Transshelf" I do not understand how and by whom decisions on the sale of ships are made. And now we rent our former ship ourselves. Here is an excerpt from the encyclopedia of ships: The Transshelf was built at the Wärtsilä shipyard in Turku (Finland) for the Soviet Union. The ship's predecessor was the Dutch ship Mighty Servant. The largest ship of this type at the time of construction was the Dyvi Swan, built in 1980 in Norway at the Jan Erik Dyvi shipyard. "Transhelf" became the largest vessel of its type of its time.
        The launching of the ship, in early January 1987, was a very solemn ceremony. The godmother of the ship was the wife of the Chairman of the Council of Ministers N. I. Ryzhkov L. S. Ryzhkov. The ceremony was attended by seven directors of the Värtsilä shipyard in Turku, Finnish Prime Minister Kalevi Sorsa and the USSR Consul General in Turku Mayorov. The vessel was received by captain E. A. Simonyan.
        Transshelf has a number of features. The vessel is semi-submersible like the Mighty Servant. The "Transshelf" takes seawater into the tanks and submerges with this ballast. The 5100 square meter deck extends 9 meters under the water. The platform is being pulled or pushed on board. The ballast is pumped out, and the vessel is ready for sailing. Transshelf is also a ship repair dock with powerful shipbuilding equipment. It is controlled by an onboard computer, which controls all operational sectors of a complex ship economy, including the placement of cargo on deck.
        "Transshelf" operated in the Far East, Kholmsk became the home port. Since 1997, Transshelf has been leased to Weissmuller, then rented by Dockwise.
        In 2004, Transshelf became the property of the Dutch company Dockwise Shipping. On 23 July 2004 the name was changed to Transshelf and Willemstad became the home port.
        After the death of the K-2003 nuclear submarine in 159, during towing to the disposal site, in 2006 a decision was made to transport submarines for disposal on transport ships.
        In 2007, three such flights were completed: two submarines of the 671РТ Salmon type were delivered from Murmansk to Severodvinsk, and a submarine of the 627 Whale type was delivered from Gremikha.
        In 2009, two nuclear submarines of the Shuka type 671RTM were transported from Vilyuchinsk to the Far Eastern Zvezda plant.
        In 2011, the Kola floating drilling rig from ArcticMorNeftegazRazvedka was delivered from Murmansk to Magadan. The route of the transoceanic operation passed through the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans, its length was 19 nautical miles, which were covered from May to August.
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    7. Giant thought
      Giant thought 24 September 2014 17: 03
      +1
      Now, just do not delay the repair and return the modernized Navy boats in time.
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    9. cdrt
      cdrt 24 September 2014 21: 58
      0
      On the one hand, the news is good. Boats will be repaired and refurbished.
      On the other hand, this means that the Far Eastern ship repair center has failed the order, because could not fulfill it (or was ready, but much more expensive than the Severs). What is wrong. The fleet for basing on the Far East should rely on the local ship repair base.
      1. crysalid
        crysalid 3 October 2014 10: 31
        0
        Not everything is so simple with this epic. The Far East has its own facilities for modernization - the Amur Shipyard, which actually built Project 971 submarines, and the Zvezda shipyard in Bolshoy Kamen, specializing in repair and modernization. But back in 2011, in order to reduce competition to northern shipyards, the ASZ was withdrawn from the game by Mr. Trotsenko himself, under the vague wording of "shallowing the fairway." As for "Zvezda" - firstly, OSK was seriously burned by the corruption scandals of the company's management, and secondly, shortly before the decision was made to ship submarines to the west, "Zvezda" was actually squeezed from OSK Rosneft and Gazprom. USC is a bureaucratic and corrupt enterprise, and they don't need extra ears and eyes.
  2. qwert
    qwert 24 September 2014 14: 53
    +1
    "They have a length of about 110 meters, a displacement of up to 12 thousand 770 tons"
    Something heavy ....
    1. aleks 62
      aleks 62 24 September 2014 15: 02
      +3
      ... Normal weight for such dimensions .... Especially two-hull .... Diameter of about 12m and length of 110m .... You yourself can calculate ... hi
  3. igor1981
    igor1981 24 September 2014 14: 53
    +3
    It is necessary, so it is necessary, if only there was a sense. It is interesting how long the service life of these nuclear submarines will last.
  4. Eugenenl
    Eugenenl 24 September 2014 14: 58
    +2
    Not only repair, but also modernization!
    At the Zvezdochka ship repair center in the city of Severodvinsk, they plan to carry out deep modernization of 6 nuclear submarines (sub) of project 971. These boats belong to the third generation submarines, they are planned to be upgraded to the 3+ generation.
  5. DMB-75
    DMB-75 24 September 2014 15: 01
    +22
    ... let me be ashamed, but when I quit the Northern Fleet I sobbed, I said goodbye to him, I thought it was a funeral at the end of 90. Thank you, I’m calm for the fleet! good
    1. muhomor
      muhomor 24 September 2014 15: 49
      +2
      Old man! Do not cry! Explain what kind of crap submarine rockets are?
      1. nik6006
        nik6006 24 September 2014 19: 47
        0
        for what purpose are you interested in? bully
  6. ISKANDER25
    ISKANDER25 24 September 2014 15: 02
    +4
    Hello! Yes! Our factory repairs and builds new ships, like hot cakes at the fair! And this is very good both for the country and for the factory workers!
    1. crysalid
      crysalid 3 October 2014 17: 45
      0
      Without further ado please
  7. RusDV
    RusDV 24 September 2014 15: 04
    +9
    Maybe it would be better to improve some remdock in the Far East to solve such problems not only in one place ... it’s bad when the eggs are in one basket .... Yes, and the logistics are crazy expensive comes out .... Self-sufficiency of Pacific Fleet needs to be restored and develop ....
  8. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 24 September 2014 15: 04
    +27
    Our Navy includes the 14 SSBN (10-SF, 4-Pacific Fleet), of which 10 are combat-ready:
    SF-7: 1 project 955 "Borey" -K-535 "Yuri Dolgoruky", 1 project 941UM "Akula" -TK-208 "Dmitry Donskoy", 5 project 667BDRM "Dolphin": K-51 "Verkhoturye" , K-114 "Tula", K-117 "Bryansk", K-18 "Karelia", K-407 "Novomoskovsk".
    At the end of the year, the K-84 "Yekaterinburg" pr. 667BDRM "Dolphin" should go out of repair, but the K-114 "Tula" will take its place.
    Pacific Fleet-3: 1 pr. 955 "Borey" -K-550 "Alexander Nevsky"; 2 Project 667BDR "Kalmar": K-223 "Podolsk" and K-433 "St. George the Victorious". In December this year, the K-551 "Vladimir Monomakh" pr. 955 "Borey" will enter service, increasing the number of SSBNs in the Pacific Fleet to 4, and the total number to 11.
    Multipurpose nuclear torpedo submarines with cruise missiles-28 (18-SF, 10-Pacific Fleet), of which 11 are combat-ready, i.e. less than half.
    SF-8: 1 pr.885 "Ash" - K-560 "Severodvinsk" (adopted by the Federation Council on June 17); 2 Project 949A "Antey" - K-119 "Voronezh", K-410 "Smolensk"; 1 Project 945A "Condor" - B-534 "Nizhny Novgorod"; 3 pr. 971 "Pike-B" - K-154 "Tiger", K-335 "Gepard" and K-317 "Panther"; 1 project 671RTMK "Pike" - B-414 "Daniil Moskovsky".
    By the end of the year, the B-336 "Pskov" pr. 945A "Condor" is planned to be taken out of repair; B-138 Obninsk and B-448 Tambov pr. 671RTMK Shchuka, increasing the number of nuclear submarines in the Northern Fleet to 11.
    Pacific Fleet-3: 2 Project 949A Antey - K-186 Omsk, K-456 Tver and 1 Project 971: K-331 Magadan.
    Taking into account the commissioning after repair of the K-150 "Tomsk" pr. 949A "Antey" and K-419 "Kuzbass" pr. 971, by the end of the year there will be 5 of them.
    Thus, if the submarine repair plan is completed by the end of this year, we will have 16 submarines.
    Of the new ones, the Northern Fleet was adopted on June 17, K-560 "Severodvinsk" pr. 885 "Ash" 9 was transferred to the fleet on 30.12.2013/331/971) and the K-XNUMX "Magadan" pr. XNUMX at the Pacific Fleet went out of repair.
    Diesel-electric submarines-19, of which 11 are combat-ready (1-BF, 1-Black Sea Fleet (undergoing deep-sea tests in the North), 5-SF, 4-Pacific Fleet). This year the Black Sea Fleet was commissioned on August 22 B-261 "Novorossiysk" pr. 636.3, plus the transfer of B-237 "Rostov-on-Don" is expected by the end of the year. And also by the end of the year to commission B-585 "St. Petersburg" pr. 677 "Lada". Plus, this year the B-227 Vyborg, pr. 877 "Halibut" at the Baltic Fleet came out of repair.
    1. RONIN-HS
      RONIN-HS 24 September 2014 15: 20
      +3
      Thank you comrade for the full Old. good
      1. muhomor
        muhomor 24 September 2014 15: 56
        +1
        wassat Kamrad! And for this info guys from the FSB will not knock on your door at night?
    2. Eggor
      Eggor 24 September 2014 15: 25
      +9
      Quote: Novel 1977
      K-84 "Yekaterinburg" pr. 667BDRM "Dolphin" should be out of repair at the end of the year

      Last photo (posted today):

    3. Sergei1982
      Sergei1982 24 September 2014 15: 26
      +4
      Few submarines need a minimum: on the Black Sea Fleet and the Baltic Fleet for each of 6–7 DFLs, on the TF and the SF for 5–6 Strategists, 10–12 submarines, and 6–7 DPLs for each, and this is only combat-ready and not listed.
    4. skiff-xnumx
      skiff-xnumx 24 September 2014 16: 35
      0
      Quote: Novel 1977
      Our Navy includes the 14 SSBN (10-SF, 4-Pacific Fleet), of which 10 are combat-ready:
      SF-7: 1 project 955 "Borey" -K-535 "Yuri Dolgoruky", 1 project 941UM "Akula" -TK-208 "Dmitry Donskoy", 5 project 667BDRM "Dolphin": K-51 "Verkhoturye" , K-114 "Tula", K-117 "Bryansk", K-18 "Karelia", K-407 "Novomoskovsk".
      At the end of the year, the K-84 "Yekaterinburg" pr. 667BDRM "Dolphin" should go out of repair, but the K-114 "Tula" will take its place.
      Pacific Fleet-3: 1 pr. 955 "Borey" -K-550 "Alexander Nevsky"; 2 Project 667BDR "Kalmar": K-223 "Podolsk" and K-433 "St. George the Victorious". In December this year, the K-551 "Vladimir Monomakh" project 955 "Borey" will enter service, increasing the number of SSBNs at the Pacific Fleet

      Roman and where is the freshest body of the BDR K-44 Delhi. If it rots on the slipway, this does not mean that it does not exist. Your information is not accurate. According to the strategists, the fleet formally includes 3 projects 941 (two in reserve, one test bench), 2 projects 955, 6 projects 667 BDRM and 3 projects 667 BDR total 14. And upon the fact of deployed carriers, 5 BDRM on the Northern Fleet and 2 BDR total 7 Borey passes term papers and is not deployed (a lot of reasons), he wrote about 941 above (and most likely the first will go to needles), two 667 are under repair and the BDR seems to be eternal.
      So the situation is not as rosy as you described.
      They didn’t hit the multi-purpose ones either, but there it wasn’t possible to speak without tears. There are no finished boats at the 100% Pacific Fleet.
      About 971 project and a contract for the modernization of 10 buildings.
      14 buildings were built for the Russian Federation and the USSR, two were sawn, and one signed a disposal contract. The question is what else will we cut? 332 building? Completely attached to the slipway. Tell me who is in the know.
      1. Roman 1977
        Roman 1977 24 September 2014 16: 55
        +3
        Quote: skiff-1980
        Novel and where is the freshest body of the BDR K-44 Delhi. If it rots on the slipway, this does not mean that it does not exist. Your information is not accurate.

        We look at the K-44 below, but for you I will specifically repeat that the K-44 "Ryazan" pr. 667BDR "Kalmar", 1982, has been undergoing renovation and modernization since 2011. Rearmament is under way on the Sineva ICBM, with the ability to carry the Liner ICBM. Will return to service by 2020.
        Quote: skiff-1980
        Your information is not accurate.

        I absolutely do not pretend to 100% accuracy, since I collect information exclusively from open sources and as a person who has taken the oath, strictly respecting military and state secrets
        Quote: skiff-1980
        According to strategists, they are formally included in the fleet of the 3 project 941 (two in reserve, one test bench), 2 project 955, 6 project 667 BDRM and 3 project 667 BDR total 14. And in fact, the deployed carriers 5 BDRM on the SF and 2 BDR total 7. Northwind passes term papers and is not deployed (a lot of reasons), he wrote about 941 above (and most likely the first will go to the needles), two 667 are under repair and the BDR seems to be eternal.

        For all infa boats below. If something is wrong I do not argue.
        Quote: skiff-1980
        So the situation is not as rosy as you described.

        I never wrote that the situation is rosy, for this purpose the site has a bunch of young "hurray-patriots" who will happily shout "Russia forward !!!" for any, even the most insignificant reason.
        Quote: skiff-1980
        They didn’t hit the multi-purpose ones either, but there it wasn’t possible to speak without tears. There are no finished boats at the 100% Pacific Fleet.

        As for the Premier League, I would like to hear specifically where I am wrong. In the Pacific Fleet, I indicated 3 boats capable of going out to sea: 2 Project 949A Antey - K-186 Omsk, K-456 Tver and 1 Project 971: K-331 Magadan, as far as they are worthy to assert not I can. Although the situation at the Pacific Fleet, both in the submarine and in the NK, I consider terrible, in the truest sense of the word. The Pacific Fleet has become a real "stepdaughter fleet".
        1. skiff-xnumx
          skiff-xnumx 24 September 2014 17: 53
          0
          When I wrote below, there was nothing yet. So without aggression. If you give information then give it in full (or with a note see comments that I will write later). By the way, from the lower comments. Let it be known to you that the BDRs are not and will not bear the blue or the liner since the transition from the d-9r complex to the d-9rm complex forced the union to build buildings according to the amended project. The complexes, by the way, are a little like each other (the situation is the same as with the Tu-22 and Tu-22m letters, the same meaning is different). On bdrm even the hump is higher and the diameter of the glasses is different, and the blue is a modernization.
          As for the situation at the Pacific Fleet, he agrees, there is grief and no end in sight. Provided that most of the ships in the collapse of the union were with a minimum "mileage" and required only refurbishment or medium repair. Example Lazarev needed only to carry out medium repairs and reboot the core. They even remember the Urals ashamed.
          1. Roman 1977
            Roman 1977 24 September 2014 18: 18
            +3
            Quote: skiff-1980
            When I wrote below, there was nothing yet. So without aggression. If you give information then give it in full (or with a note see comments that I will write later).

            Sorry, I didn’t mean to offend in any way.
            Quote: skiff-1980
            Let it be known to you that the BDRs are not and will not bear the blue or the liner since the transition from the d-9r complex to the d-9rm complex forced the union to build buildings according to the amended project. The complexes, by the way, look a little like each other (the situation is the same as with the Tu-22 and Tu-22 letters, the same meaning is different). On bdrm even the hump is higher and the diameter of the glasses is different, and the blue is a modernization.

            Thanks for telling me. I'm not a sailor, so I think excusably ...
            Quote: skiff-1980
            As for the situation at the Pacific Fleet, he agrees, there is grief and no end in sight. Provided that most of the ships in the collapse of the union were with a minimum "mileage" and required only refurbishment or medium repair. Example Lazarev needed only to carry out medium repairs and reboot the core. They even remember the Urals ashamed.

            Only one thing can be said here, only executions will save the homeland.

    5. yuri62
      yuri62 24 September 2014 17: 23
      0
      and where is the Ryazan nuclear submarine?
      1. Anton Gavrilov
        Anton Gavrilov 24 September 2014 19: 49
        0
        She is at the Pacific Fleet.
  9. Wiruz
    Wiruz 24 September 2014 15: 10
    +4
    Pike-B is one of the most successful projects of the Soviet military-industrial complex! Repair them, rearm and forward to the ocean! good
    1. annodomene
      annodomene 25 September 2014 08: 43
      +1
      And more pr.670 of all modifications. In my opinion, this is the best thing that was created in the USSR. I do not praise my own, served on the "Batons"
  10. na76
    na76 24 September 2014 15: 13
    +2
    Wasn't the RK-55 "Granat" removed from service?
  11. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 24 September 2014 15: 33
    +3
    Well, that’s so ... The Yankees are already worried about our submarines and the Chinese ... They feel the reptiles in their gut than it threatens them. The surface fleet is good, but our submarines are more important ...
  12. Ze Kot
    Ze Kot 24 September 2014 15: 40
    +1
    They delivered it to the docks so that they would not spend their own resources?

    And why are the Dutch involved? But what about secrecy? Appearance, screws ...
  13. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 24 September 2014 15: 40
    +7
    Quote: RONIN-HS
    Thank you comrade for the full Old.

    This is not a complete info. Here is the complete information:
    Baltic Fleet:
    Submarine no. Currently, the Baltic Fleet includes 1 diesel-electric submarine-B-227 "Vyborg" pr. 877 "Halibut", transferred to the fleet in 1983. From March 2012, at least until the beginning of 2014, it was under repair at the "Kronstadt Marine Plant". This year it was transferred to the Navy, participated in the naval parade for the Day of the Navy in St. Petersburg and in the parade dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the Western Military District.

    B-806 "Dmitrov" pr.877EKM "Halibut", transferred to the fleet in 1986. Since March 2012 under repair, as of the end of last year, "Dmitrov" was in the dock at the stage of dismantling and flaw detection of equipment (after two years at the KMZ!).
    B-585 "St. Petersburg" pr. 677 "Lada", which is in trial operation, went to the Northern Fleet last fall, where it was accepted into its composition, at the end of this year it is planned to transfer to the fleet's combat strength on diesel-electric submarines.
    However, diesel-electric submarines of the Black Sea Fleet constantly "visit" the BF: in 2012 - B-471 "Magnitogorsk", from April to November 2013 B-177 "Lipetsk", now again B-471 "Magnitogorsk".

    B-471 "Magnitogorsk" pr. 877 in the Baltic (photo from the newspaper "Guard of the Baltic")
    The Sevromorsk diesel-electric submarines participate in the exercises, portraying the boats of the "potential" enemy, incl. during the delivery of the fleets of corvettes of the project 20380. However, the main problem is that the diesel-electric submarines of the Northern Fleet have to make long-distance transitions every year. From Severomorsk to Baltiysk 1830 miles with a cruising range of boats pr. 877 in a submerged position of 400 miles in a 3-knot course. This means that most of the way you have to go either on the surface or under the RDP (a device for operating a diesel engine under water). The first option is bad in that the submarine completely loses its stealth, diesels consume a resource, and the crew does not acquire diving skills, the second is generally not suitable for use for any long time, since (in addition to a sharp decrease in stealth) it is difficult. harmful, dangerous, uneconomical and impossible in stormy conditions. Unfortunately, the Navy has no other choice today. BF surface ships have to pass tests, hand over missions, and engage in combat training.
    Thus, in the Baltic, we have one diesel-electric submarine pr.877 plus a similar diesel-electric submarine with the Northern Fleet. For comparison, the Polish Navy-5 diesel-electric submarines (1 pr.877, 4 "Cobben"), the Swedish Navy-5 (3 types "Gotland", 2 types "Södermanland"), the German Navy-6 (all Type 212).
    1. Roman 1977
      Roman 1977 24 September 2014 15: 42
      +4
      The Black Sea Fleet, unfortunately, is AMAZING of submarines now on the Black Sea, NO !!!
      Diesel-electric submarine B-871 "Alrosa" of project 877B, under repair and modernization at 13 shipyards, until 2015.
      http://flot.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=167541


      B-380 "Holy Prince George" pr. 641B "Som" is located in the captured German floating dock PD-16 in the South Bay of Sevastopol and it is impossible to withdraw it from there without destroying this very floating dock. At the end of 2009, it was decided to stop the repairs, transfer the ship to the OFI for dismantling and disposal. Later, it was decided to return to service, so that it would be easier to resolve the issue with the Ukrainians about basing the diesel-electric submarines of pr. 636.3 under construction in Sevastopol, however, due to the return of Crimea, the issue is no longer relevant, therefore, most likely "on pins and needles."

      There is also a floating charging station "PZS-50" - a former submarine of project 633, designed to charge storage batteries.
      Ukrainian "Zaporozhye" pr. 641, has limited combat value, since it can only submerge "under the periscope", so its fate is, at best, as a training ship or a floating charging station, at worst: a museum, a floating restaurant or "on pins and needles."

      The first diesel-electric submarine pr. 636.3 B-261 "Novorossiysk" glory to you, Lord, on August 22, entered the Navy, the boat leaves for the "north" for deep-sea trials, and then along the inland waterways to the World Cup, let's hope that it will become part of the Black Sea Fleet already in this year.

      This year we are also waiting for the B-237 "Rostov-on-Don" (laid down on 21.11.2011/26.06.2014/28, launched on 262/17.08.2012/2015, started GKhI). On August 265, the B-20 "Stary Oskol" was launched (laid down on 2016/268/871), it is planned to transfer to the fleet in 4, in the same year it is planned to transfer the B-XNUMX "Krasnodar" to the fleet (laid down on February XNUMX), in XNUMX B- XNUMX "Veliky Novgorod" and B - ??? "Kolpino". Those. next year, the Black Sea Fleet, together with the out-of-repair B-XNUMX Alrosa, will have at least XNUMX diesel-electric submarines, i.e. the situation will already become bearable.
      1. Roman 1977
        Roman 1977 24 September 2014 15: 57
        +4
        Northern Fleet:
        Strategic missile submarine cruisers - 10, of which 7 are in service (1 project 955 Borey -K-535 Yuri Dolgoruky, 1 project 941UM Akula -TK-208 Dmitry Donskoy, 5 project 667BDRM "Dolphin": K-51 "Verkhoturye", K-114 "Tula", K-117 "Bryansk", K-18 "Karelia", K-407 "Novomoskovsk". All boats of the project 667BDRM "Dolphin" are rearmed with ICBMs "Sineva", with the ability to carry ICBM "Liner." K-51 "Verkhoturye" from 23 August 2010 to 30 December 2012 underwent medium repair.
        The ship carried out work on the repair of the hull, outboard systems, survivability systems, mechanisms and equipment of the steam generating unit, repair of the hull, outboard fittings, ballast tanks, mechanisms and assemblies of the propeller-driven group. On K-18 "Karelia" fuel cells were completely replaced and the reactor was completely modernized, a new TVR-671RTM torpedo-missile system, communication complexes "Molniya LM-1" and acoustics "Gateway" were installed on the submarine; work.
        In the 4th quarter of this year, K-84 Yekaterinburg, pr. 667BDRM Dolphin, on which a fire occurred at the end of December 2011 during repair work in the village of Roslyakovo, Murmansk region, should be transferred from repair to the fleet of OJSC TsS Zvezdochka. . June 6 K-84 "Yekaterinburg" was taken out of the boathouse. On the boat the slipway stage of repair was completed, further work will be carried out afloat. K-84 "Yekaterinburg" turned 28 years old, at this moment its service life was extended to 33 years, then the cruiser can again come to JSC "TsS" Zvezdochka ".
        http://flot.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=166712


        TK-17 "Arkhangelsk" and TK-20 "Severstal" of project 941 "Akula" due to the lack of ammunition were put into reserve (TK-20 in 2004, TK-17 in 2006). The issue of disposal is being resolved.
        In March 2012, information appeared from sources of the Ministry of Defense that the strategic nuclear submarines of Project 941 "Akula" "will not be modernized for financial reasons. The deep modernization of one "Akula" is comparable in cost to the construction of two new submarines of the project 955 "Borey". Submarine cruisers TK-17 "Arkhangelsk" and TK-20 "Severstal" will not be modernized in light of the recent decision, TK-208 "Dmitry Donskoy" will continue to be used as a test platform for weapons systems and sonar systems until 2019.
        http://flot.com/news/navy/?ELEMENT_ID=106293


        So by the end of the year, with the completion of the repair of the K-84 Yekaterinburg, the Northern Fleet will have 8 SSBNs, though not for long, since its place will be taken by the K-114 Tula, which at the end of the year will come to Zvezdochka for repairs.
        http://flotprom.ru/news/?ELEMENT_ID=166714

        The next update is planned for 2017, when the Prince Vladimir pr. 955 Borey is to be transferred to the fleet
        1. Roman 1977
          Roman 1977 24 September 2014 15: 59
          +3
          Multipurpose nuclear torpedo submarines with cruise missiles - 18, of which 8: 1 pr.885 "Yasen" - K-560 "Severodvinsk" (adopted by the Federation Council on June 17); 2 Project 949A "Antey" - K-119 "Voronezh", K-410 "Smolensk"; 1 Project 945A "Condor" - B-534 "Nizhny Novgorod"; 3 pr. 971 "Pike-B" - K-154 "Tiger", K-335 "Gepard" and K-317 "Panther"; 1 project 671RTMK "Pike" - B-414 "Daniil Moskovsky".
          By the end of the year, the Nerpa shipyard plans to complete the repairs, which began in 2011, of B-138 Obninsk (on May 16 brought out of the dock and launched) and B-448 Tambov, pr. 671RTMK Shchuka.

          B-138 "Obninsk"

          B-448 "Tambov"
          K-461 "Wolf" pr. 971 "Schuka-B" on August 14 of this year arrived at the Zvezdochka Ship Repair Center for another repair.
          http://flot.com/nowadays/strength/k-461.htm

          Repairs and modernization will last until 2017. The modernization should improve the characteristics of radio-technical weapons and on-board weapon systems. UKSK "Caliber-PL" will be installed.

          arrival of K-461 "Wolf" for repairs at the Zvezdochka Ship Repair Center.
          B-239 "Karp" pr.945 "Barracuda" in April 2013 was accepted by JSC "Ship repair center" Zvezdochka "for overhaul and modernization. for 2016. Nuclear fuel and all electronics will be replaced on the boat, and mechanical parts will be checked and repaired. a system based on GLONASS / GPS In addition, weapons systems will be changed and they will be taught to fire cruise missiles from the "Caliber-PL" complex.
          1. Roman 1977
            Roman 1977 24 September 2014 16: 02
            +2
            B-388 "Petrozavodsk" pr.671RTMK "Shchuka" is in the reserve of the 2nd category and is used as a "donor" for other boats of the project. The crew is downsized and likely to be decommissioned.

            Thus, with the completion of the repair of B-336 "Pskov" pr. 945A "Kondor", B-138 "Obninsk" and B-448 "Tambov" pr. 671RTMK "Shchuka", by the end of the year there will be 11 nuclear submarines on the Northern Fleet. Here the nearest increase of K-561 "Kazan" (laid down on July 24, 2009) according to the improved project 885M "Yasen-M". According to some sources, the boat will be transferred to the Navy in 2015:
            http://www.rosstroyexpo.ru/news/novie/2011/02/apl-kazan-voydet-v-boevoy-sostau-v

            mf-rossii-v-2015-godu.aspx

            other in 2017 year
            http://izvestia.ru/news/554603

            As of May of this year, the boat was preparing for the start of electrical work scheduled for the end of 2014 of the year.
            http://flotprom.ru/news/?ELEMENT_ID=165557

            The next boat of the project K-573 "Novosibirsk", laid down on July 26, 2013, is planned to be transferred in 2017-2018. Technically, the construction of the submarine began the day after the signing of the contract. By now, the readiness of the new ship is already over 10%. The formation of a solid body is being completed. As of August 21, 2014, hydraulic tests of a robust hull were successfully carried out.
            http://www.sevmash.ru/rus/news/1762-84004.html

            1. Roman 1977
              Roman 1977 24 September 2014 16: 06
              +4
              Diesel submarines - 7 (1 pr. 667 "Lada", 6 pr. 877) of which are in a combat-ready state - 5.
              B-585 "St. Petersburg" pr.677 "Lada" arrived at the Northern Fleet in the fall of 2013, is in trial operation, accepted into its composition, at the end of this year it is planned to transfer to the fleet's combat strength on diesel-electric submarines.

              B-800 "Kaluga" pr. 877LPMB. From 2010 to 2013, it underwent medium repair. The service life is extended by 10 years. The ship carried out work on the repair of the hull, equipment, mechanisms of the propeller-steering group, the main power plant and other systems that ensure the survivability of the submarine. In the medium term, it will undergo a comprehensive modernization.
              UKSK "Caliber-PL" will be installed.

              B-177 "Lipetsk". In 2012, it underwent scheduled repairs in Polyarny.

              B-471 "Magnitogorsk". In 2012, it also underwent scheduled repairs in Polyarny.
              B-808 Yaroslavl. In 2009, she underwent dock repairs at the Nerpa shipyard in Snezhnogorsk.

              All boats will undergo a comprehensive modernization by 2020, and the UKSK "Caliber-PL" will be installed on them.
              B-402 "Vologda", in 2011 the boat was being prepared for service and repair. As of July 2013, it is listed in the 2nd category reserve and is based in Polyarny.
              B-459 Vladikavkaz. Renovated since November 2008. At present, the Vladikavkaz diesel-electric submarine is undergoing repairs to the bow and the rudder complex mechanisms. In December 2013, work began on tightening the trunk cable. At the end of January, the installation of the outboard instruments of the hydroacoustic complex began, and in February the builders will begin to form the compartments. In August 2014, it is planned to complete all work on the bow end, the deckhouse fence, and the propeller-steering complex. Also, on the slipway 10 of the Zvezdochka workshop, the submarine hull will be painted and the Palladium complex, which is responsible for the ship's survivability systems, will be tuned. Currently, the connection of devices and fittings of those systems that will be required during docking is underway. In connection with the need to prepare a boathouse for the repair of nuclear submarines with titanium hulls and in connection with plans to receive foreign submarines B-459 "Vladikavkaz" will be withdrawn from the boathouse ahead of time on September 19.
              http://flot.com/news/navy/?ELEMENT_ID=159975


              The return of the boat to the Russian Navy is planned for 2015 year.
              1. Roman 1977
                Roman 1977 24 September 2014 16: 10
                +2
                Special-purpose nuclear and diesel submarines - 11: 1 NIPL BS-64 "Podmoskovye" pr. 667BDRM (?); 1 PLASN pr 10831 "Gate"; 3 PLASN pr. 18511 "Nelma"; 3 PLASN pr. 1910 "Sperm whale"; DPLSN B-90 "Sarov" pr. 20120; 1 OSGA pr.1855 "Prize"; 1 OSGA pr. 18270 "Bester", of which 6 are in good working order.
                NIPL BS-64 "Podmoskovye" entered service in 1986 as a strategic nuclear-powered missile submarine of Project 667BDRM "Dolphin". In 1999, the ship was withdrawn from the fleet and sent to the Zvezdochka CS for the purpose of undergoing medium repair and refurbishment under project 09787 to perform special tasks in the interests of the GUGI of the Russian Ministry of Defense. The tactical number K-64 was changed to BS-64, according to some information the boat was named "Vladimir" or "Moscow region". As of 2002, missile compartments were cut out of the boat, it is planned to install a block of special compartments with equipment and living quarters taken from the BS-411 Orenburg submarine, project 09774, which was used as a carrier of nuclear deep-sea vehicles. It is being refurbished in shop No. 15 of the Zvezdochka CS. The date of completion of work on the conversion of the ship is unknown.

                SSBN pr.667BDRM BS-64 in the process of conversion to PLASN pr.09787, Zvezdochka CS, March 2005 The missile compartment is partially dismantled, the hull is cut into two parts to insert a compartment with special equipment
                DPLSN pr. 20120 B-90 "Sarov", entered service in 2008. Some sources reported that a small nuclear reactor could be installed on the submarine. In the publication of the Izvestia newspaper dated 30.10.12/677/XNUMX, it is reported that Sarov is equipped with an air-independent power plant (VNEU) powered by hydrogen fuel, which, in case of successful tests, will be installed on boats of project XNUMX.

                Special-purpose nuclear submarines, project 18511 "Nelma" (2 are in good working order) have a total displacement of about 1000 tons and are equipped with one 10 MW reactor. Presumptive purpose: for solving scientific and technical problems, for rescuing people in extreme situations, for conducting reconnaissance operations, jamming on the routes of combat patrols of nuclear-powered ships of the Russian Navy, for operations to lift various equipment from the military equipment of a potential enemy sunk in the sea and for other special operations and deep-sea work.
                The Priz 1855 deep-sea rescue vehicle is designed to rescue crews of emergency submarines from great depths: it can directly dock to emergency exits of submarines. The hull material, titanium, allows the devices to operate at depths of up to 1 m. The radio-electronic equipment included in the Priza navigation complex allows you to independently determine your underwater location and detect the submarine.
                1. Roman 1977
                  Roman 1977 24 September 2014 16: 13
                  +3
                  Pacific Fleet:
                  Strategic missile submarine cruisers - 4, of which 3 are in service (1 pr. 955 "Borey" -K-550 "Alexander Nevsky"; 2 pr. 667BDR "Kalmar": K-223 "Podolsk" - built in 1979 and K -433 "Saint George the Victorious" -1980 built).
                  K-44 "Ryazan" pr. 667BDR "Kalmar", built in 1982 for repair and modernization since 2011. Rearmament is under way on the Sineva ICBM, with the ability to carry the Liner ICBM. Will return to service by 2020.

                  By the end of the year, the Pacific Fleet is to receive the third SSBN, project 955 Borey K-551 Vladimir Monomakh, which has completed state tests and is preparing for the transfer to the fleet, which is to take place in December this year. The transfer of the cruiser to the Russian Navy is scheduled for December 10, 2014.
                  http://itar-tass.com/politika/1343699

                  In 2015, it is planned to jointly with Alexander Nevsky navigate the Northern Sea Route underwater with full ammunition for launching Bulava missiles from the Sea of ​​Okhotsk at the Chizha training ground in the Arkhangelsk region.
                  http://itar-tass.com/politika/1235405


                  Return of K-551 "Vladimir Monomakh" from testing
                  1. Roman 1977
                    Roman 1977 24 September 2014 16: 15
                    +4
                    Multipurpose nuclear torpedo submarines with cruise missiles - 10, of which 3: 2 pr. 949A "Antey" - K-186 "Omsk" (delivered to the fleet in 1993), K-456 "Tver" (commissioned to the fleet in 1992) year) and 2 pr. 971: K-331 "Magadan" (delivered to the fleet in 1990).
                    K-331 "Magadan" - returned to service in February this year, since since 2012 it has been undergoing repairs and modernization at JSC "DVZ" Zvezda "in Bolshoy Kamen.

                    K-331 "Magadan" being repaired at JSC "DVZ" Zvezda "in Bolshoy Kamen

                    K-132 "Irkutsk" pr. 949A "Antey", delivered to the fleet in 1988. Since November 2001, it has been undergoing repairs at the Zvezda Aircraft Factory, and at first it was planned to carry out a medium repair, then the terms of reference were corrected to "restore technical readiness" with a corresponding decrease in funding. The boat will receive new information, navigation and communication systems, sonar equipment. Striking power will also increase: the Caliber-PL complex will replace the outdated Granites. The approximate completion date is 2017.

                    K-442 "Chelyabinsk" pr.949A "Antey", delivered to the fleet in 1990. The 2008 SS was in reserve awaiting repair. On August 28, 2014, the submarine was delivered on board the Chinese Hai Yang Shi Yu. As of September 8, 2014, the submarine was delivered to the Zvezda Far East shipyard, where the submarine is to undergo repairs and modernization.
                    http://flot.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=170964

                    Repairs and upgrades similar to the K-132 "Irkutsk" will be carried out. The estimated completion date is unknown.

                    1. Roman 1977
                      Roman 1977 24 September 2014 16: 21
                      +4
                      K-150 "Tomsk" pr. 949A "Antey", delivered to the fleet in 1996. Since 2010, it was under repair in the city of Bolshoy Kamen, at the quay wall at the Zvezda shipyard, due to a breakdown of the cooling unit at one of the reactors. On June 12, 2014, it was launched after repairs.
                      http://www.interfax.ru/russia/380984

                      Will return to the fleet this year.
                      http://flot.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=158028


                      K-322 "Kashalot" pr. 971 "Pike-B", delivered to the fleet in 1988. Since 2003, he is awaiting repair and modernization at the Amur shipyard. The modernization should improve the characteristics of radio-technical weapons and on-board weapon systems. UKSK "Caliber-PL" will be installed. The approximate return date is up to 2020.

                      K-295 "Samara" pr. 971 "Schuka-B", commissioned to the fleet in 1995. Got up for repairs. Will return to service by 2020.

                      K-391 "Bratsk" pr. 971 "Pike-B", delivered to the fleet in 1989. Long-term renovation since 2003. Will return to service by 2020. On August 21.08.2014, 295, the boat together with K-971 "Samara" pr. XNUMX in Vilyuchinsk, Kamchatka was loaded onto a transport ship on the transport ship Transshelf of the Dutch company Doskwise and is preparing for transportation to Severodvinsk for medium repair and modernization and at the defense shipyard "Ship Repair Center "Star".

                      Project 391 nuclear multipurpose submarines of the Pacific Fleet K-295 "Bratsk" (right) and K-971 "Samara" (left), loaded onto the transport ship Transshelf of the Dutch company Doskwise for transportation by the Northern Sea Route to Severodvinsk to the head enterprise JSC "Ship Repair Center "Zvezdochka" for repair and modernization, Kamchatka, 23.08.2014
                      1. Roman 1977
                        Roman 1977 24 September 2014 16: 26
                        +1
                        K-419 "Kuzbass" pr. 971 "Schuka-B", delivered to the fleet in 1992. Since 2009, the boat has been under repair, which was planned to be completed by the end of 2013. Presumably, it underwent repairs and was preparing for commissioning. According to media reports, a criminal case was opened on the fact of fraud during the repair of the Kuzbass nuclear submarine at the Zvezda Far East plant.

                        Thus, the Pacific Fleet currently has 3 combat-ready submarines, taking into account the commissioning after repair of the K-150 Tomsk and K-419 Kuzbass, by the end of the year there will be 5 of them.
                        Diesel-electric submarines - in total, the Pacific Fleet includes 8 diesel-electric submarines, 4 of them are combat-ready (all pr. 877: B-260 "Chita" - delivered to the fleet in 1981; B-464 "Ust-Kamchatsk" - delivered to the fleet in 1990; B-494 "Ust-Bolsheretsk" - delivered to the fleet in 10990; B-190 "Krasnokamensk" - delivered to the fleet in 1992).
                        B-445 "Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker", 1988, out of order, under repair until 2020.
                        http://lenta.ru/news/2012/07/31/subs/


                        B-394, 1988 year of construction, under repair from 2012 year.

                        B-187, 1991 year of construction. Under repair from the year 2008. It will be back in operation before the year 2020.
                        http://function.mil.ru/news_page/person/[email protected]


                        B-345 "Mogocha", built in 1994. Renovated since 2012. Will return to service by 2020.

                        In addition to these submarines, the Pacific Fleet has 2 more deep-diving rescue vehicles pr. 1855.1 Prize, built in 1986 and 1988.
                      2. sandrmur76
                        sandrmur76 24 September 2014 18: 24
                        +4
                        I read the novel in shock. You have no head but a house of advice fellow Thank you for the amount of information. good
                      3. annodomene
                        annodomene 25 September 2014 08: 49
                        +1
                        And you can add Lycevskie apkrrk
      2. muhomor
        muhomor 24 September 2014 16: 07
        +1
        No. Well, how tolerant? In 1941, there were 40 boats on the Black Sea!
        1. PROXOR
          PROXOR 24 September 2014 16: 23
          +5
          The Black Sea is very shallow. Plus, please take into account the fact that the capabilities of the submarine of the outbreak of war and the current diesel-electric submarines vary greatly. The presence of diesel-electric submarines on the Black Sea is necessary only for a quick exit to the Mediterranean. The Black Sea itself is scanned through by our radars and fired at the full depth.
    2. muhomor
      muhomor 24 September 2014 16: 03
      +1
      Pancake! It's a shame! am
  14. kolyasha19rus
    kolyasha19rus 24 September 2014 15: 45
    +1
    Strength! You will not say anything!
  15. For the Marines
    For the Marines 24 September 2014 16: 07
    0
    if the photo is fresh, then their condition is unimportant
  16. Koronik
    Koronik 24 September 2014 16: 14
    +2
    Yes, and the speed of movement under water is worthy of almost 70 km / h. Let's hope for their quickest restoration and commissioning.
  17. Wolka
    Wolka 25 September 2014 06: 56
    0
    yes, these Pimples will show themselves ...