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"Novorossiysk" will be deep-sea tests in the Northern Fleet

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The head submarine of the 636.3 Novorossiysk project arrived at the Northern Fleet, where final deep-sea state tests will take place, reports RIA News with reference to the press service of the ZVO.

"Novorossiysk" will be deep-sea tests in the Northern Fleet


Before 2016, 6 submarines of this project should be built, which will be part of the submarine forces of the Black Sea Fleet.

"The new diesel-electric submarine" Novorossiysk "of the 636.3 project completed a two-week inter-fleet transition from the shipbuilding plant in St. Petersburg and arrived in the Northern Fleet for deep-sea testing"- said in a press release.

According to the report, “in the North navy the crew of Novorossiysk will have to go through the next stage of state tests in the deep-sea areas of the Barents Sea, as well as pass the course tasks and prepare the ship for the subsequent inter-fleet transfer to a permanent base on the Black Sea Fleet. ”

Help Agency: “Submarines of the VNSHVX 636.3 project belong to the third generation, have a tonnage of 3,95 thousands of tons, a speed of 20 knots, a depth of 300 meters, and a crew of 52 people. They are armed with torpedoes of a millimeter 533 caliber (six vehicles), mines, the Caliber missile attack system. They can detect a target at a distance of three to four times the one on which the enemy can detect them. For their secrecy, the boats of this project received the name “black hole” in NATO. ”.
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  1. DanSabaka
    DanSabaka 6 November 2014 18: 56
    +10
    And how did this go without the hysteria of the Scandinavians? After all, they knew that the submarine was sneaking somewhere past them ....
    1. herruvim
      herruvim 6 November 2014 19: 11
      +17
      The USA is in shock, combat walruses, the new secret weapon of Novorossiysk smiletremble NATO. Russia is invincible !!!!

      1. Peacemaker of the USSR
        Peacemaker of the USSR 6 November 2014 23: 19
        +1
        Features of national fishing in the Northern Fleet:
        "Guys what kind of" fish "are we catching here?
        smile
    2. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 6 November 2014 19: 44
      +5
      Quote: DanSabaka
      how did this happen without hysteria among the Scandinavians? After all, they knew that the submarine was sneaking somewhere past them ....
      I’m probably gonna upset you, but ... Transition to SF diesel submarines, as a rule, are performed in the surface position. They are immersed only when the storm takes the soul out of the crew or you need to fool the PLC, work out the gap or something else.
      1. The comment was deleted.
    3. Denis fj
      Denis fj 6 November 2014 22: 21
      +2
      Finishing touch.
      The submarines of this project are rightfully considered the most quiet of domestic ships. Merging with the natural noise of the sea, this submarine can detect a target at a distance of 3-4 times greater than that at which it itself can be detected by the enemy.
      For their over-concealment, Project 636 boats received the name among NATO experts - the "black hole in the ocean." Submarines of the modified 636 project have higher combat efficiency (compared to previous projects). The best combination of acoustic stealth and target detection range, the latest inertial navigation system, a modern automated information and control system that provides the solution to command missions, and powerful high-speed torpedo-missile weapons provide world-class priority for ships of this class in the field of non-nuclear submarine shipbuilding.

      cry.
      1. Mih
        Mih 7 November 2014 00: 05
        +1
        Denis fj

        It looks like a dolphin - beautiful. And how about the crew?
  2. Giant thought
    Giant thought 6 November 2014 18: 56
    +19
    We wish Novorossiysk successful passage of deep-sea tests, as they say, with God!
  3. ODERVIT
    ODERVIT 6 November 2014 19: 01
    +11
    I join you in successful trials and an early entry into the service of the Motherland.
  4. Neighbor
    Neighbor 6 November 2014 19: 02
    +1
    Quote: DanSabaka
    And how did this go without the hysteria of the Scandinavians? After all, they knew that the submarine was sneaking somewhere past them ....

    It was reported that the boat was in the water position.
    1. morprepud
      morprepud 6 November 2014 20: 50
      +1
      Neighbor SU Today, 19:02
      Quote: DanSabaka
      And how did this go without the hysteria of the Scandinavians? After all, they knew that the submarine was sneaking somewhere past them ....
      It was reported that the boat was in the water position.

      And in a different course!
  5. V1451145
    V1451145 6 November 2014 19: 02
    0
    I agree))
  6. Denis fj
    Denis fj 6 November 2014 19: 12
    +13
    Good luck !! We are waiting for the bookmarks of the fifth and sixth boats !!
    Seven feet under the keel, re wink bytes! ..
    1. SIROP73
      SIROP73 6 November 2014 19: 33
      +4
      Two diesel-electric submarines for the Russian Navy were laid down in St. Petersburg on October 30.10.2014, 22. The submarines "Veliky Novgorod" and "Kolpino" are the final ones in a series of six ships being built at the "Admiralty Shipyards" for the Russian Navy. The lead submarine of the Novorossiysk series was handed over to the Russian Navy on August 2014, 20, the second Rostov-on-Don submarine is undergoing sea trials at the factory. The third in the series, the Stary Oskol submarine, is undergoing mooring tests. Launched on February 2014, XNUMX, the fourth ship - "Krasnodar" - is currently in the slipway construction period.

      Performance characteristics: NATO classification - Improved Kilo; surface speed - 17 knots; underwater speed - 20 knots; working immersion depth - 240 meters; maximum immersion depth - 300 meters; autonomy of swimming - 45 days; crew - 52 people.
      1. Mih
        Mih 7 November 2014 00: 09
        +1
        Two diesel-electric submarines for the Russian Navy were laid down in St. Petersburg on 30.10.2014.

        underwater speed - 20 knots; working immersion depth - 240 meters; 20 knots? Although ... Well, still diesel. And so all is well.
  7. Arh
    Arh 6 November 2014 19: 15
    +1
    I am pleased with the formation of Russia !!!
  8. donechin1
    donechin1 6 November 2014 19: 19
    0
    Why write about this, why inform everyone about it? There must be military secrecy
  9. Leonidych
    Leonidych 6 November 2014 19: 29
    +5
    Quote: donechin1
    Why write about this, why inform everyone about it? There must be military secrecy

    inform only about the tip of the iceberg
  10. donechin1
    donechin1 6 November 2014 19: 30
    +1
    it would be good
  11. Ivan 63
    Ivan 63 6 November 2014 19: 32
    +3
    These boats are extremely necessary for the Black Sea Fleet, the "perestroika" business has come to a complete moronism: the once powerful Soviet Black Sea Fleet has turned into an extremely Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation, in which until recently, if my memory serves me, only one submarine remained on the move, while in Turkey about 12-14 - a complete incident and paradox, to say the least.
  12. Prussian
    Prussian 6 November 2014 19: 35
    +1
    The Varshavyanka project was originally planned as an export simplified version of the future submarine of the Soviet Navy, but then it was abandoned for financial reasons, as the 70s project 877 EKM, being modernized as it was used, turned into a project 636,3. So we also choose the Soviet one. touched.
  13. kostya-petrov
    kostya-petrov 6 November 2014 19: 43
    +10
    there she came on November 4 in Polyarny. Temporarily assigned to the 161 Submarine Brigade
    1. Tribuns
      Tribuns 6 November 2014 20: 12
      +5
      A splendid photograph ... How beautiful the Novorossiysk is, handsome as a man: proud, majestic, dignified with the correct "bearing", courageous and reliable ... Good, big ship of Russia - seven feet under the keel!
      1. Mih
        Mih 7 November 2014 00: 16
        0
        A wonderful photo ... How beautiful "Novorossiysk" is - handsome like a man: proud, majestic,

        I agree!
      2. VOLKHOV
        VOLKHOV 7 November 2014 00: 26
        -1
        Look for the differences yourself?
  14. kostya-petrov
    kostya-petrov 6 November 2014 19: 44
    +4
    Arrival of diesel-electric submarines "Novorossiysk" to Polyarny.
  15. NDR-791
    NDR-791 6 November 2014 19: 56
    +2
    And how did this go without the hysteria of the Scandinavians? After all, they knew that the submarine was sneaking somewhere past them ....
    So after all "black hole". Well done !!!
  16. kostya-petrov
    kostya-petrov 6 November 2014 20: 03
    +2
    Quote: Denis fj
    Good luck !! We are waiting for the bookmarks of the fifth and sixth boats !!

    They have already been laid, another 30 October
  17. Funnels
    Funnels 6 November 2014 20: 20
    +4
    The main thing at 6 is not to stop, but to build, build and build.
  18. Bear in the north
    Bear in the north 6 November 2014 20: 23
    +1
    We are waiting for the report on the completion of all tests and the transfer to protect the borders of the homeland. Good luck in everything!
    And the "black hole" was called not without reason.
  19. grandfather_Kostya
    grandfather_Kostya 6 November 2014 20: 38
    0
    In the Black Sea at a depth of 300 H2S rubber eat?
    1. 73bor
      73bor 6 November 2014 21: 32
      0
      In the Black Sea there are no such depths, somewhere around 200m!
      1. traper
        traper 6 November 2014 22: 23
        0
        learn geography, the Black Sea is the deepest in Russia. depths over 2km.
    2. sub307
      sub307 6 November 2014 21: 34
      +1
      Do not eat. Yes, and most likely 300 meters (the maximum depth for it) will not sink, and 240 meters (working depth) to sink.
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  20. Valya2013
    Valya2013 6 November 2014 21: 17
    +4
    This picture seems to be VERY suitable for the topic.
    )))
  21. Zomanus
    Zomanus 7 November 2014 05: 04
    0
    And I'm waiting for Lada, with a new propulsion system. Although in the current state of affairs at the Black Sea Fleet, everything will fit us there, in the sense of a new weapon.
  22. driver
    driver 7 November 2014 09: 20
    +1
    Good luck BOAT and CREW! Faster would the rest come into operation. Time is running out.