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New Russian shipyards

We recently discussed where to build the Russian equivalent of the French Mistral. Today I want to talk about which shipyards appeared, appear or became the property of Russia lately.


1. Shipyard at the factory "Pella" (Petersburg). 18.10.14 is open. The volume of investments in the project amounted to more than 3 billion rubles. The new complex will create new jobs in the 1500 region.
New Russian shipyards


2. On the stocks of the new shipyard will build ships and defense purposes. In the interests of the Navy, technical vessels fleet and marine equipment of the ice and Arctic classes with a maximum launch draft of 6 meters, a displacement of up to 3 thousand tons and a length of up to 110 meters.


3. Shipyard Pella Sietas Shipyard (Hamburg, Germany). Acquired by the Petersburg shipyard Pella 10.03.14. The shipyard builds container ships, ferries, dredging ships, bulk carriers, tankers, ships for transportation and installation of wind generators. Sietas Group with 2011 is in bankruptcy proceedings.


4. “Pella” plans to invest in the company 15 million euros until the end of 2016. By this date, the company also intends to increase the staff of the plant to 400 people, in its plans to manage the plant for at least eight years, reports Sietas. Sietas has good intellectual property, technology, this will allow Pellet to expand its product line, says Weissman. According to him, Sietas will function as a structural unit of the plant.

5. Arctech Helsinki Shipyard (Helsinki, Finland). Founded 01.04.11. It is a joint venture of STX Finland (50%) and the Russian United Shipbuilding Corporation (50%). The plant is intended for the construction of icebreakers and other ice-class vessels for work in the Arctic regions. In general, our bodies make, and the Finns rivet and saturate. Plus 40% workers are ours there.


6. 19 December 2012, the plant signed an order with the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation for the construction of an icebreaker worth over 100 million dollars. Its firstborn was the icebreaker Baltika with a displacement of 10000 tons.


7. Nordic Yards Wismar (Wismar, Germany). Since 2009, belongs to the Russian Vitaly Yusufov. The plant is engaged in the construction of tankers and rescue vessels for the northern seas.


8. 22.09.14 at the shipyards launched two 7 MW multifunctional emergency rescue icebreakers of the MPSV06 project, which are being commissioned by the FBU “Morspasluzhba Rosmorechflot”.


9. Shipbuilding complex "Star" (Primorsky Krai). Final implementation of the project is planned for 2018 year.


10. It will produce tankers with a displacement of up to 350000 tons, gas carriers up to 250000 cubic meters, ice-class vessels, special ships with a launch weight of up to 29000 tons.


11. Shipyard "Zaliv" (Kerch, Crimea). Passed under the protectorate of Russia in the spring of the year 2014. It has a dry dock whose length is 364 meters, width 60 meters. The plant has two technological lines built military frigates, dry cargo ships and bulk carriers.


12. 05.09.14 plant began construction of two new motor ships of the project SPM-150 "Simferopol" and "Kerch", which will be used to deliver passengers to the peninsula. In the future, laying two ships and joint projects with the Zelenodolsk Shipyard from Tatarstan.


13. Shipyard "More" (Crimea). Passed under the protectorate of Russia in the spring of the year 2014. 05.11.14 is re-registered in the Russian state unitary enterprise. The plant is engaged in the construction of hydrofoil and hovercraft vessels. Now in cooperation with the "Gulf" is building ships. According to Mr. Aksenov, the amount of orders for the two plants is 392 million rubles. Contracts worth 1 billion 90 million rubles are being concluded. Air-cushion boats will be built again.
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  1. Denis 2 December 2014 07: 45 New
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    And what good is the old Baltic plant?
    Who just didn’t build there
    The cruisers of the 1144 Orlan project are a series of four highly autonomous heavy nuclear missile cruisers built at the Baltic Shipyard in the USSR from 1973 to 1989, the only surface ships with a nuclear power plant in the Russian Navy. The chief designer of the ship project is B.I. Kupensky.
    According to NATO classification, the project is designated as English. Kirov-class battlecruiser, that is, a “battle cruiser”, due to its exceptional size and armament
    Himself PTUshnikom seen, though very far away
    vessels of the technical fleet and marine equipment of the ice and Arctic classes
    Also experience gained, all nuclear-powered icebreakers built there
    1. malikszh
      malikszh 2 December 2014 08: 03 New
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      New Russian shipyards are written here !!! Marshal read carefully.
      1. Sokol peruna
        Sokol peruna 2 December 2014 08: 50 New
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        malikszh
        New Russian shipyards are written here !!!

        Write about the fact that:
        Shipyard Pella Sietas Shipyard (Hamburg, Germany)
        Arctech Helsinki Shipyard (Helsinki, Finland).
        Nordic Yards Wismar (Wismar, Germany)

        new Russian shipyards are about the same as writing about the Russian football club Chelsea, the Russian basketball club Brooklyn Net's, the Russian hockey club Yokerit. laughing
        1. malikszh
          malikszh 2 December 2014 14: 16 New
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          let it be in handuras Glan for Russia works. there are new modern electronic equipment.
        2. fennekRUS 2 December 2014 17: 52 New
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          Verb truth. Comrade. Who takes jobs at these shipyards? Vanya or Hans? Should the crisis deepen, do not nationalize the factories for an hour? So I see only two Russian shipyards built, and two squeezed from neighbors along with the Crimea.
        3. dmitreach 2 December 2014 18: 56 New
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          malikszh
          New Russian shipyards are written here !!!

          Write about the fact that:
          Shipyard Pella Sietas Shipyard (Hamburg, Germany)
          Arctech Helsinki Shipyard (Helsinki, Finland).
          Nordic Yards Wismar (Wismar, Germany)
          new Russian shipyards are about the same as writing about the Russian football club Chelsea, the Russian basketball club Brooklyn Net's, the Russian hockey club Yokerit. laughing



          I do not agree. For in this case, you must recognize the Lada - Italian. Which does not correspond to factology.

          By the way, Mistral ordered from the French has majority shareholders among Koreans. For DCNS is K.B. with its own production base.
          BUT (!)

          Chantiers de l'Atlantique
          - shipyard, unit South Korean shipbuilding group STX Shipbuilding Groupone of the shipyards STX Europelocated in Saint-Nazaire / France at the mouth of the Loire. It belongs to the largest shipyards in Europe and the world, production in 2004 amounted to approximately 630 million EUR. In 1984, the shipyard entered Alstom Groupthat has become part Alstom leroux naval. In January 2006, Alstom sold 75% stake in Chantiers de l'Atlantique Norwegian shipbuilding company Aker Yards (now STX Europe), at that time, a subsidiary of Aker Solutions and committed to not selling the remaining 25 percent until 2010.


          So it goes.
          It is worth adding that DSME, which left the joint venture (for financial reasons), from the Russian program of the eastern cluster of shipbuilding; DSME Star - daewoo shipbuilding & marine engineering - they are - Koreans! One of the few WORLD leaders in the field of shipbuilding!
          The design, military, French bureau DCNS, having disposed of one of its assets, the very Chantiers de l'Atlantique (yes, she was once a co-owner) began to order "products" from subcontractors. There, besides the Koreans, there were previously listed Poles .... Who performed work on the stern of Mistral ... Those works that were successfully completed by St. Petersburg shipbuilders ...

          The article is correct. Western shipyards, through the joint venture - belong to Russia. But EXCEPT - new ones are being built and old shipyards are being modernized, in the USSR 2.0!

          So it goes.

          Your Captain Evidence.
        4. Protos 2 December 2014 22: 41 New
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          And rightly so, our German shipbuilders and engineers will learn from German shipbuilders + they are going to open advanced training courses at the plants!
          Do not know better do not scam :)
          1. fennekRUS 3 December 2014 16: 24 New
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            How much gas did Maxus adopt? Played and resold. Well, I do not believe in the capitalist altruism, at least get out of my way. “Let's go to learn the experience” - just bought qualified personnel. Well, plus - John Smith is more likely to buy a boat from a shipyard in Hamburg than with a Russian unknown. The rest is verbal tinsel. No one will build warships in foreign shipyards. And civilians and the Union built a fair amount abroad. Here is a licensed swell made by "Pella" for the army. So what? They collect one fig in St. Petersburg, even though the project is not a secret at all.
      2. Denis 2 December 2014 09: 00 New
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        Quote: malikszh
        Here new Russian shipyards are written

        I read, only new ones are more expensive. We need to build, tighten communications, etc. But it’s worth it, all the more so from the disaster-transfer to making pots that didn’t dry out. They need to be loaded in the mind. Otherwise, they make sausage and candy things at the Kirov factory, but not for the same workshops, machines and specialists remained. And at the tank repair you need tanks, at the worst end of the tractor and all-terrain vehicles to repair. And they release a plastic film
        1. anip 2 December 2014 09: 40 New
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          Quote: Denis
          And then at the Kirov plant they make sausage and candy-things necessary, but not for the same workshops, machine tools and specialists-those that remained.

          Is there anyone and something else left?
          1. Denis 2 December 2014 17: 30 New
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            Quote: anip
            Is there anyone and something else left?

            Remained and remained, as they did not try to destroy, sorry a little
            Sadly little ...
            But despite all the reforms, the vocational school of the plant is working, it is preparing the people, even CNC operators
            But the products (not consumer goods, there in bulk) http://ekaterinburg.gruzovik.ru/i/images/34709.jpg
  2. Cosmos1987 2 December 2014 08: 17 New
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    So I think, Russia will build nuclear aircraft carriers in Nikolaev ?! wassat
    1. Trailer 2 December 2014 08: 30 New
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      No, everything is completely ruined there. Only Crimea.
      1. Professor 2 December 2014 08: 42 New
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        Quote: Karavan
        No, everything is completely ruined there. Only Crimea.

        Crimea and the Soviet Union was not considered a serious shipbuilder, and now even more so.
        1. avt
          avt 2 December 2014 08: 54 New
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          Quote: Professor
          Crimea and the Soviet Union was not considered a serious shipbuilder,

          Oh, wei! Oh woe to us! laughing And where were the first Soviet super tankers built in series and atomic, for a minute, a lighter carrier ,, Sevmorput "???
          1. Professor 2 December 2014 09: 13 New
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            Quote: avt
            And where were the first Soviet super tankers built in series and atomic, for a minute, a lighter carrier ,, Sevmorput "???

            Just not built, but assembled. And not from the bulky sections made in Nikolaev. hi
            1. avt
              avt 2 December 2014 09: 47 New
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              Quote: Professor
              Just not built, but assembled.

              laughing good A cheat? Maybe they also had to have a foundry for smelting metal for these sections and a plant for the production of nuclear reactors? Powerfully pushed back - not built, but collected! There are no shipbuilders in Saint-Nazaire either. "Mistral" is also not being built - they are collecting French beats from the world on a string, even the floor of the ship was brought from Russia in general! laughing
              1. Professor 2 December 2014 10: 43 New
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                Quote: avt
                A cheat?

                Nothing. Will you drag them from St. Petersburg around Europe? And large sections he is not able to collect. In general, this is more a shipyard than a plant.

                Quote: avt
                Maybe they also had to have a foundry for smelting metal for these sections and a plant for the production of nuclear reactors?

                Metal (sheet metal and profile) is smelted in Donbas. They smelted, but the same chains, anchors and much more were cast in ChSZ and drove to Kerch.

                Quote: avt
                Powerfully pushed back - not built, but collected! There are no shipbuilders in Saint-Nazaire either. "Mistral" is also not being built - they are collecting French beats from the world on a string, even the floor of the ship was brought from Russia in general!

                There really are no shipbuilders there, there are assemblers. And the plant is not there, there is a shipyard. I hope you understand the difference?
                1. I am human 2 December 2014 12: 50 New
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                  Quote: Professor
                  There really are no shipbuilders there, there are assemblers. And the plant is not there, there is a shipyard. I hope you understand the difference?

                  We then understand that there is no difference, and it’s hard for you, pofesser, to reach you ...
                  1. Professor 2 December 2014 12: 58 New
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                    Quote: I'm a man
                    We then understand that there is no difference, and it’s hard for you, pofesser, to reach you ...

                    Another candidate for my emergency, Natsik and rude.
                    1. viktorR 2 December 2014 14: 48 New
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                      "I am a man" probably in a fright under the table hid))). What is his rudeness? And you, by the way, called him Natsik, although he did not say anything "like" in this comment.
                      1. Professor 2 December 2014 20: 32 New
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                        Quote: viktorR
                        "I am a man" probably in a fright under the table hid))). What is his rudeness? And you, by the way, called him Natsik, although he did not say anything "like" in this comment.

                        Rudeness in the "poking" and distortion of a nickname. I did not call him Natsik, read attentively.
                    2. dmitreach 2 December 2014 19: 20 New
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                      Professor, welcome! Do you wishful thinking?
                      All that you are trying to "prove" is evidence of the collapse of the USSR shipbuilding industry. This is obvious. And now, in the article, even if Russia is trying to rebuild "USSR 2.0" (in the field of shipbuilding), then we are talking about "collecting stones." How this will be realized in reality and where the metal will be smelted is the tenth question, not related to the topic of the dispute.
                      We can only:
                      1) observe specific events and stages;
                      2) we look at point "1" and go to the beginning of the article.
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                2. Beast
                  Beast 2 December 2014 22: 31 New
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                  We have everything in Severodvinsk. They will collect there.
                3. Protos 2 December 2014 23: 14 New
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                  Sevastopol Marine Plant is a shipbuilding company engaged in shipbuilding and repair of existing ships located in the city of Sevastopol in the Crimea.
                  1901 - The cruiser Ochakov was laid down at the Sevastopol Admiralty
                  1905 - Completion of the completion of the battleship "Potemkin"
                  1920 - After the Civil War, 80 ships and ships were repaired in a factory in just one year.
                  1923 - For the early repair of the cruiser "Comintern", the staff of the Sevmorzavod was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor
                  1936 - Sevmorzavod was given the name Sergo Ordzhonikidze
                  1941-1942 - In the difficult conditions of the war years, the plant's staff returned to operation about 600 ships and vessels of the Black Sea Fleet
                  1947 - Repair of the ships of the whaling flotilla “Glory” is mastered
                  1952 - A 50-ton floating crane was commissioned, which laid the foundation for domestic floating construction
                  1965 - Start of mass production of Chernomorets floating cranes with a payload of 100 tons
                  1966 - For the merits in the creation of new technology, the factory staff was awarded the Order of Lenin
                  1971 - Start of mass production of Bogatyr floating cranes with a payload of 300 tons
                  1976 - The Vityaz floating crane with a payload of 1600 tons was launched
                  Doesn't build ... at all laughing and sales do not repair ships and ships wassat
            2. Protos 2 December 2014 23: 09 New
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              Sea ”- a shipyard in the Crimea on the east coast of Theodosius Bay. The main products are hydrofoil ships and hovercraft for various purposes.
              Landing ship project 12322 "Bison"

              doesn't build hi
        2. Protos 2 December 2014 23: 01 New
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          Well, yes, the proffessor could not help but crawl and shine with his Not Awareness and blindness, as well as malicious Russophobia ... :)
          in a hurry for "Professor and K"
          1. Shipyard "Bay"
          http://www.zaliv.com/photos/274


          Artillery boat, project 1204
          Tanker "Soviet Oil", project 1511. Delivery September 1980
          Frontier patrol ship "Ladny", project 1135 delivery May 1980
          Tanker “Victory”, project 12990. Delivery November 1981
          Oil tanker Victory.
          Length 242,8 m
          Length B / W Perpendiculars 228 m
          Width 32,2 m
          Depth 18 m
          Summer draft 13,62 m
          Deadweight 68000 t
          Displacement 84500 t
          Cargo tank capacity (net) 71100 m3
          Speed ​​15 knot
          Cruising Range 16000 Miles
          Autonomy 40 days.
          Team 36 people
          Number of living places 45
          CLASS: REGISTER OF THE USSR - KM LZ 1 A1 (oil loading). Designed for transportation of up to 4 grades of oil and petroleum products.

          A total of 16 were built, the last in 1996.


          Tanker Marshal Vasilevsky, project 12990. Delivery October 1982
          Tanker General Tyulenev, project 12990. Delivery June 1983
          Dzerzhinsky border guard ship, project 1135.1 delivery March 1984

          Nuclear lighter carrier "Sevmorput". Delivery February 1986
          Length B / W Perpendiculars 228,8 m
          Width 32,2 m
          Depth 18,3 m
          Draft:
          • on the summer freight mark 11,78 m
          • for swimming in ice 10,65 m
          Power plant capacity 29420 kW
          Deadweight ::
          maximum 33780 t
          • ice sediment 26420 t
          Lighter compatibility 74 units.
          Container capacity 1324 units.
          Own ice passage 1,2 m
          Cargo vehicle floating crane with lifting capacity of 500 t
          Designed for transportation of LES type lighters and TEU containers


          Hetman Sagaidachny border guard ship, project 1135.1, delivery in 1991

          Oil tanker "Crimea" Deadweight 150000 t
          Container ship for 390 TEU / 7750 DWT.
          (5 buildings were built for the Dutch customer in 2003-2004.)
          Multipurpose dry cargo container carrier 5700 DVT.
          (5 buildings were built for the Dutch customer in 2000-2002.)

          No, I didn’t build ... "Crimea was not considered a serious shipbuilder under the USSR, but now even more so ...." laughing
          1. Professor 3 December 2014 09: 12 New
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            Quote: Protos
            Well, yes, the proffessor could not help but crawl and shine with his Not Awareness and blindness, as well as malicious Russophobia ... :)

            Does Russophobia mean that I affirm that the Kerch Zvod was practically a felial of Nikolaev? Bravo. good
            1. panfil 3 December 2014 15: 16 New
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              For spelling "-", and also "professor".
              1. Professor 3 December 2014 15: 42 New
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                Quote: panfil
                For spelling "-", and also "professor".

                I can, I'm not a real professor. laughing Moreover, here is my keyboard, on it I wrote 482 articles and 11731 comments:
      2. avt
        avt 2 December 2014 10: 27 New
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        Quote: Karavan
        No, everything is completely ruined there. Only Crimea.

        no I had a chance to read an interview with a responsible comrade from Nikolaev - he was the main one on the construction of aircraft carriers in the USSR, so he quite specifically said - no Nikolaev and no shipyards of the former Ukraine. Everything is completely overhang and there are no personnel, again subcontractors and what’s a buzzword, they call logistics. He clearly said - Severodvinsk, only there it’s really a topic to raise, everything else is very big financial and material costs, and now there are also legal problems with property. In Kerch, not only a good life, they only feel the cooperation with Zelenodoltsy in defense procurement. So that it’s impossible to wait for nuclear submarines in the short term. God forbid that they can reach something of 4000 tons of commercials in the next five years for the Black Sea Fleet, they will be able to do more - honor and praise. But aircraft carriers of 90-100 thousand ..... no
    2. Professor 2 December 2014 08: 42 New
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      Quote: Cosmos1987
      So I think, Russia will build nuclear aircraft carriers in Nikolaev ?! wassat

      Of course. Only need to solve two small problems. first, it is necessary to force Ukraine to agree to this, and second, to force Turkey to pass the atomic ship through the Bosphorus. laughing About such trifles as design and financing of construction, I do not remember.
      1. Cosmos1987 2 December 2014 10: 25 New
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        it is necessary to force Ukraine to agree to this

        I wrote my koment in the hope that Nikolaev would be part of New Russia. hi
        1. Professor 2 December 2014 10: 43 New
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          Quote: Cosmos1987
          I wrote my koment in the hope that Nikolaev would be part of New Russia.

          Will not be. They speak Russian fluently there and see well how they live in Donbas now. request
          1. I am human 2 December 2014 12: 51 New
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            And you see me sitting in Boston, Mr. Troll
          2. Venier 2 December 2014 13: 41 New
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            And if they think even better and see better, then they will remain to hell in Dill.
          3. dmitreach 2 December 2014 19: 26 New
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            Will not be. They speak Russian fluently there and see well how they live in Donbas now.

            Og. Lost Nikolaev, acquired Finns and Germans. (the French and Koreans have so far "broken"). Nikolaev, if the policy of ukRuina were replaced, there would be flesh from the flesh of some kind of joint venture.
            Read the article again.
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        2. Starina_hank 2 December 2014 19: 08 New
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          Passage through the Black Sea Straits from the nuclear power plant is not allowed
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            avt 2 December 2014 19: 42 New
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            Passage through the Black Sea Straits from the nuclear power plant is not allowed

            Yah !? But the USSR ,, Northern Sea Route "led through the canals and the Volga to the North! ?? And how then were the nuclear carriers 1143.7 going to withdraw from the Black Sea ??
            1. Professor 2 December 2014 20: 35 New
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              And how then were the nuclear carriers 1143.7 going to withdraw from the Black Sea ??

              But this is really a mystery. When the greens asked the chief engineer of ChSZ about this, silence sounded in response.
              1. saturn.mmm 2 December 2014 22: 09 New
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                Quote: Professor
                But this is really a mystery. When the greens asked the chief engineer of ChSZ about this, silence sounded in response.

                Hello, have not crossed for a long time.
                The Turks would lead this steamboat with flowers and an orchestra, if they see an atomic aircraft carrier at their side. Kolchak also dreamed of taking the Bosphorus from them.
                1. Professor 2 December 2014 22: 12 New
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                  The Turks would lead this steamboat with flowers and an orchestra, if they see an atomic aircraft carrier at their side.

                  There is another option. Secretly go through the straits hiding behind Abramovich’s yacht. wink
                  1. saturn.mmm 3 December 2014 21: 16 New
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                    Quote: Professor
                    There is another option. Secretly go through the straits hiding behind Abramovich’s yacht.

                    Abramovich’s yachts are the NZ of the Russian Navy, where all the innovations of science and technology are introduced, Zumwalt still has to grow and grow. The yacht turns with a flick of the wrist ....
      2. wei
        wei 2 December 2014 11: 48 New
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        force Turkey to pass an atomic ship through the Bosphorus. laughing

        Turkey is where is our gas pipeline?
        it is necessary to force Ukraine (about Nikolaev)

        and the choice to carry steel from Germany?
        Metal (sheet metal and profile) is smelted in Donbas. They smelted, but the same chains, anchors and much more were cast in ChSZ and drove to Kerch.

        Are you talking about Novorossia?
        1. Professor 2 December 2014 11: 52 New
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          Quote: wei
          Turkey is where is our gas pipeline?

          This is me about the one in NATO.

          Quote: wei
          and the choice to carry steel from Germany?

          It is as you please.

          Quote: wei
          Are you talking about Novorossia?

          I did not find one on the map. This is me about Krivoy Rog and Militopol.
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            wei 2 December 2014 19: 08 New
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            I did not find one on the map.

            de jure, de facto it is where the region of Ukraine used to be, and since the laws of Ukraine do not apply there, we will consider this land a neoplasm, an unrecognized republic
            It is as you please.

            hypothetically everything is possible what wait and see hi
      3. erseer 2 December 2014 13: 39 New
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        Quote: Professor
        Only need to solve two small problems. first, it is necessary to force Ukraine to agree to this, and second, to force Turkey to pass the atomic ship through the Bosphorus.
        and what prevents the housing without a nuclear installation to lower and then drag it to the leash where necessary? again the Turks will shake?
        well, or with an "empty" installation?
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          Quote: erseer
          and what prevents the housing without a nuclear installation to lower and then drag it to the leash where necessary? again the Turks will shake?
          well, or with an "empty" installation?

          Common sense interferes. Nuclear power plant is not a battery in iPhone, disassembled and replaced. The steamboat is laid precisely from the engine room section so that first of all (since it is long and tedious) the SEU is installed. Of course, you can launch an aircraft carrier without it, surpass it where instead of the SEU there will be ballast. Then drive it into the dock, saw it, install the reactor, collect everything, put it into the water, and start the reactor. And now the question is, why all this hemorrhoids if you can build an aircraft carrier from scratch, say in St. Petersburg?
          1. erseer 11 December 2014 12: 14 New
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            our nuclear-powered icebreaker was manufactured in Finland, and dragged to St. Petersburg to install a nuclear reactor. and nothing - the sky did not collapse!
  3. 70BSN 2 December 2014 08: 43 New
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    Long live the new modern and powerful Russian Navy .... Hooray Hooray Hooray! soldier
  4. PSih2097 2 December 2014 09: 29 New
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    something I didn’t enter about the DKVD ... where they are going to build ... but Nikolaev, and even better, the whole Black Sea coast of Ukraine must be overcome, preferably along the Dnieper ...
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      Quote: PSih2097
      something I didn’t enter about the DKVD ... where they are going to build ... but Nikolaev, and even better, the whole Black Sea coast of Ukraine must be overcome, preferably along the Dnieper ...

      To the borders of Galicia.
  5. Icebreaker 2 December 2014 09: 53 New
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    I may not understand what ... recourse
    Why Crimea "Passed under the protectorate of Russia"?
    Well this is not a colony. “Entered (or rather, returned) to Russia” - so it seems to me more correct. Not critical, of course, but personally it hit me in the eyes
  6. A1L9E4K9S 2 December 2014 10: 04 New
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    The author was so pleased, so pleased by the new shipbuilding plants in Russia, but for some reason these plants are located in Germany and Finland and they belong to the oligarchs who, in good terms, can spread and smash us in Russia.
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    All the same, I did not see a single plant that could build the Mistral. In addition, I repeat, the case is only the case, but we must still take the stuffing somewhere.
  8. Mahdi 2 December 2014 13: 26 New
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    in Kaspiysk the ekranoplan factory would be revived than foreign countries to provide jobs
  9. erseer 2 December 2014 13: 42 New
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    Only need to solve two small problems. first, it is necessary to force Ukraine to agree to this, and second, to force Turkey to pass the atomic ship through the Bosphorus.
    and what prevents the housing without a nuclear installation to lower and then drag it to the leash where necessary? again the Turks will shake?
    well, or with an "empty" installation?
  10. rugor 2 December 2014 15: 29 New
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    And then at the Kirov plant they make sausage and candy-things necessary, but not for the same workshops, machine tools and specialists-those that remained.

    Is there anyone and something else left?


    Yes, we are still alive and something we can.
  11. Technical engineer 2 December 2014 17: 35 New
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    "Nordic Yards Wismar (Wismar, Germany). Since 2009, belongs to the Russian Vitaly Yusufov. The plant is engaged in the construction of tankers and rescue ships for the northern seas."
    Well done Vitalka. Germans jobs, the Germans currency for orders. And who needs ships for the northern seas? Russia. Give us the outflow of capital, Vitalka! Keep it up. After all, for businessmen and businessmen the concept of Motherland does not exist
  12. Denis 2 December 2014 17: 38 New
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    [quote = Denis] [quote = anip] Is there someone and something else left? [/ quote]
    Remained and remained, as they did not try to destroy, sorry a little
    Sadly little ...
    But despite all the reforms, the vocational school of the plant is working, it is preparing the people, even CNC operators
    But the products (not consumer goods, there in bulk)
    [img] http://ekaterinburg.gruzovik.ru/i/images
    /34709.jpg[/img]
    [quote] The universal tractor module "Kirovets" K-708 serves as a transport and energy base for the creation of various machines for the mechanization of road-building, agricultural, forestry and other works. [/ quote]
    K-708 Series
    http://kirovets-ptz.com/rus/catitem/12/nowinka_kirowets_serii_k-708.html
    And thank God not only that!
    1. afgan1982 2 December 2014 21: 07 New
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      Not bad! Pleases!
  13. user3970 2 December 2014 21: 57 New
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    Regarding the Pella plant, which is near St. Petersburg. I had to go there in connection with the purchase of a boat for personal needs without intermediaries. Liked . A kind of seasoned Soviet (in the good sense of the word) enterprise. A working day from 8 to 17, the people, mostly 35-40 years old, as I understand it, the city-forming. The rowing boats, as they did, so do they get hurt! Recommend . The rest is in the search engine.
  14. Radikal 2 December 2014 23: 15 New
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    We then understand that there is no difference, and it’s hard for you, pofesser, to reach you ...

    Another candidate for my emergency, Natsik and rude.

    Sholem professor! I wonder what serial number do I have on your "hit list"? wassat
    1. Professor 3 December 2014 09: 15 New
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      Sholem professor! I wonder what serial number do I have on your "hit list"?

      Difficult to answer. Firstly, most customers there are no longer valid on the site. That is, they ran in, scammed and dumped on other resources where more. Secondly, Natsik has now divorced quite a few, well, people are rude not childish.
  15. Throw 3 December 2014 01: 30 New
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    The author of the article, unnoticed, perhaps for himself, wrote about simple things in shipbuilding and not only. Globalization, integration and free movement of capital.
    From which, with proper use and use, we will benefit from jobs and specialists, technologies, and brand new modern ships! smile
  16. Radikal 3 December 2014 19: 34 New
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    Sholem professor! I wonder what serial number do I have on your "hit list"?

    Difficult to answer. Firstly, most customers there are no longer valid on the site. That is, they ran in, scammed and dumped on other resources where more. Secondly, Natsik has now divorced quite a few, well, people are rude not childish.

    That is, still living? bully
    1. Professor 3 December 2014 20: 17 New
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      That is, still living?

      I am not bloodthirsty, usually I do not attack first. wink