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BDK "Caesar Kunikov" returned to Sevastopol after repair

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BDK "Caesar Kunikov" arrived in the Bulgarian port of Varna for repair 6 July 2013. The task of towing the ship to the place of repair was successfully completed by the crew of the sea tug MB-173 under the command of Sergey Plakushchenko. Conversely, from Varna to Sevastopol, the BDK towed the sea tug MB-31 under the command of captain Vitaly Pisankin.




"The mechanisms we had in good condition and repair were carried out qualitatively, but the crew was not formed at the time of the transition, because we carried out repairs with reduced staff, in Varna there were only about 30 percent of the crew," explained Roman Kotlyarov why the ship returned in tow.

Towage took place in difficult weather conditions. "We were pretty shook on the" long wave, "and the ship was light, without ammunition, without armament, without armored vehicles and airborne troops, with fuel and water," the ship's commander noted.

“The repair was serious, he touched the whole ship,” said Roman Kotlyarov. “Great work was carried out on the X-NUMX warhead. In particular, two main engines were repaired, three diesel generators, new boilers were supplied, and, in addition, galley equipment. The cabins of the officers, the troopers of the troops, the canteen of the personnel, latrines ... In short, residential and office premises were repaired. A large amount of hull work was carried out. "

During the year personnel changes took place in the crew. The former commander of the BC-4,7 captain-lieutenant Denis Titov became the senior assistant commander, and the commander of the BC-4,7 now captain-lieutenant Dmitry Bondarenko. The commander of the warhead-2,3 became captain-lieutenant Yevgeny Safonov. In his submission to the commander of the rocket-artillery battery, Senior Lieutenant Yuri Lipovoy. Vacant to date is the position of the commander of the warhead-1. Acting commander of the warhead engineer warhead-1, Senior Lieutenant Bazhen Kaptenko. Remains unchanged the backbone of the warhead-5, where the commander of the captain 3 rank Vyacheslav Doolin. He heads the most numerous warhead from 2009 of the year. Relatively recently in the position of engineer BS-5 senior lieutenant Artem Yurien. The same number of "old-timers" of warheads-5 can be attributed to the foreman of the team of mechanics of senior midshipman Vladimir Lichardin. He has more than 15 years of service at the Caesar Kunikov BDK. There was a time when it was he who served as the commander of the BCh-5.

Sevastopol Roman Kotlyarov - commander of the ship with great experience. For five years he commanded the crew of the Novocherkassk BDK until he handed it over to Captain 3 of rank Vladimir Bolsun at that time. Since March, 2013, the year Roman Kotlyarov - the commander of the BDK "Caesar Kunikov."

The commander noted a significant contribution to the repair work of Captain 5 of VC-3 commander Vyacheslav Dulin, senior midshipman Vladimir Lichardin, senior boatswain senior midshipman Alexander Datsuk, senior engineer of 2 senior contract service Ilya Ivanchenko.

Now the crew of "Caesar Kunikov" is replenished with the missing military personnel and is preparing for the delivery of the first course task.

The large landing ship BDK-64 of the 775 project was built in Gdansk (Poland) and put into operation in the autumn of 1986. 10 May 1989, the ship received the name "Caesar Kunikov" in honor of Major Caesar Lvovich Kunikov, who in 1943, for his brilliant leadership of the amphibious operation and the courage and bravery shown at that, received the title Hero of the Soviet Union posthumously.




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  1. Vasily Ivashov
    Vasily Ivashov 8 December 2014 05: 24
    +5
    Arms and other secrets have nothing to show to the Bulgarians, but they earned money on the usual repair of the ship and let them say thanks for this, because now the Black Sea fleet will now be repaired at home.
    1. Mikhalych63
      Mikhalych63 8 December 2014 05: 30
      +3
      What secrets are there, a simple bulk carrier with an opening ramp.
      1. theadenter
        theadenter 8 December 2014 05: 47
        +6
        Well, not quite. There, for example, there are communication systems with our data transfer algorithms.
        1. Mavric
          Mavric 8 December 2014 08: 11
          +2
          Who will show them to them ... Even the start-up does not have the right to enter the post of communication (ZAS).
      2. Duke
        Duke 8 December 2014 06: 03
        +2
        Large landing ship "Caesar Kunikov"
        TTD:
        Displacement: 4080 t.
        Dimensions: length - 112,5 m, width - 15 m, draft - 3,7 m.
        Maximum travel speed: 18 nodes
        Navigation range: 6100 miles with 15 nodes.
        Powerplant: 2 diesel, 2 propeller, 19200 hp
        Capacity: up to 500 tons of equipment and cargo, 225 paratroopers.
        Armament: 2x2 57-mm gun mounts AK-725, 4x8 PU MANPADS, 2x30 122 mm PU NURS A-215 "Grad-M".
        Crew: 87 people.
    2. Homo
      Homo 8 December 2014 07: 12
      +7
      Quote: Vasily Ivashov
      ... and they earned on the usual repair of the ship, and for that let them say thanks ...

      They didn’t earn money, but they work off debts! Repair was done to pay off Bulgaria’s debts to the USSR!
      1. Eggor
        8 December 2014 07: 29
        +5
        The training ship "Perekop" (project 887) is also being repaired in Varna.
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      3. RUSS
        RUSS 8 December 2014 09: 39
        0
        Quote: Homo
        They didn’t earn money, but they work off debts! Repair was done to pay off Bulgaria’s debts to the USSR!


        Where does infa come from?
        1. Hey
          Hey 8 December 2014 10: 09
          +1
          on this site, about two weeks ago there was an article about this repair
    3. RUSS
      RUSS 8 December 2014 09: 38
      0
      Quote: Vasily Ivashov
      Weapons and other secrets nothing to show the Bulgarians


      Even if you get money for repairs in Bulgaria, you don’t have to fuck the pipe laughing
      1. avt
        avt 8 December 2014 10: 07
        0
        Quote: RUSS
        Even if you get money for repairs in Bulgaria, you don’t have to fuck the pipe

        No. Well, you already said
        Quote: Homo
        They didn’t earn money, but they work off debts! Repair was done to pay off Bulgaria's debts

        Plus one to the Syrian Express good And now - "Olshansky" I said - "Olshansky"! laughing
        1. RUSS
          RUSS 8 December 2014 10: 15
          0
          Quote: avt
          Quote: RUSS
          Even if you get money for repairs in Bulgaria, you don’t have to fuck the pipe
          Well, you already said


          I infu that the repair at the expense of their debt to the USSR did not see request
    4. Giant thought
      Giant thought 8 December 2014 10: 02
      +1
      A little bit more and Caesar Kunikov will again be in combat formation, and it pleases.
  2. Yaroslav83
    Yaroslav83 8 December 2014 05: 32
    +4
    Yes, there is very little secret at the BDK, but there is repair work. Having such a repair facility in the Crimea, you need to know how to do it. And after that, dill cry out how wonderful the peninsula was in Ukraine.
    1. SAA
      SAA 8 December 2014 09: 02
      0
      Sevastopol ship-repair enterprises still belong to "Parasha". He will repair the boat and send 1,5% of the income to the war. Better Bulgarians.
  3. karal
    karal 8 December 2014 05: 33
    +3
    Seven feet under the keel, comrades sailors! soldier
  4. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 8 December 2014 05: 44
    +3
    << two main engines, three diesel generators were repaired, new boilers delivered >> ... eh, boilers ... boilers ... when will our fleet get rid of you ...? recourse
    1. Homo
      Homo 8 December 2014 07: 20
      +3
      Quote: Andrey Yurievich
      << two main engines, three diesel generators were repaired, new boilers delivered >> ... eh, boilers ... boilers ... when will our fleet get rid of you ...?

      Read, maybe it will help to understand the reasons for using "boilers".
      http://korabley.net/news/sudovye_silovye_i_ehnergeticheskie_ustanovki/2010-05-31
      577 th
    2. Mavric
      Mavric 8 December 2014 08: 13
      0
      Boilers are used only for heating oil and supplying hot water.
  5. Navigator2013
    Navigator2013 8 December 2014 06: 02
    +4
    Four years ago, a friend of mine organized the repair in Kerch of two private dry-cargo ships that were laid up at the berth of the Zaliv shipyard. Most of the repairs were required for the ship's power plant. So, diesel locksmiths had to be looked for, almost all over the Crimea. Experienced, all went to the repair crews performing the repair of marine diesel engines in Romania, Turkey, etc. No fuel equipment for pressure testing of high pressure fuel pumps was found at any plant. It is not surprising that the SEU BOD had to be repaired in Bulgaria.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 8 December 2014 06: 17
      +4
      Quote: Navigator2013
      So, diesel engineers had to look, almost all over the Crimea. Experienced, everyone parted

      I confirm ... to my son on EM, grandfather under 80 years old, brought a diesel engine to see ...
  6. Lyton
    Lyton 8 December 2014 06: 03
    -1
    As it is not comme il faut, with repairs in tow.
    1. Homo
      Homo 8 December 2014 07: 15
      +2
      Quote: Lyton
      As it is not comme il faut, with repairs in tow.

      Firstly, the article clearly explained why in tow. Secondly, why not spend the resource on all sorts of transitions?
      1. Lyton
        Lyton 8 December 2014 08: 20
        +1
        Running-in of repaired diesels, if we so argue, why go out to sea at all, there are no military operations.
    2. RUSS
      RUSS 8 December 2014 09: 44
      +1
      Quote: Lyton
      As it is not comme il faut, with repairs in tow.



      Comme il faut- in a noble-bourgeois environment - about who is completely well-mannered, that meets the rules of secular decency.

      Where is the logical connection comme il faut-repair?
      1. Penelope
        Penelope 8 December 2014 10: 48
        0
        Now the crew will be understaffed, and the ship will be ready to perform assigned tasks.
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      3. Lyton
        Lyton 8 December 2014 13: 02
        0
        No need to cling to words, googled what comme il faut is and want to seem the smartest, the rest seems to be clear to my idea.
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  7. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 8 December 2014 06: 14
    +5
    Well, here is another handsome man stood up, to serve him for a long time, and so that there is no war.
  8. Noncombatant
    Noncombatant 8 December 2014 07: 06
    +2
    Will serve more. Carrier of "black death".
  9. fomkin
    fomkin 8 December 2014 10: 50
    +1
    One gets the impression that after SSBN tugs are the most demanded vessel in the fleet. Judging by the publications, then not one BOD in the sea to go without a tug is not decided. Destroyers without boilers at all, no money left for the Mistrals.
  10. Navigator2013
    Navigator2013 8 December 2014 12: 52
    +2
    [quote = РУСС] [quote = Lyton] It’s not comme il faut, from repair in tow. [/ quote]


    It is generally not comme il faut to repair a warship from the state, that the armed forces are a likely enemy. The news of the termination of the repairs and the return of the ship, which has been under repair since July 6, strangely coincides with the decision on the Blue Stream. It is likely that the BDK was simply "pulled out" from Varna, so as not to leave it for a longer period. The "probable" could have inspired any reason for being detained in the rembaz - from lack of spare parts for diesel engines to fines. So the repair of two main diesels and 2-3 diesel generators in 5 months is, sorry, too long.

    And about it:
    "The repair was serious, it affected the entire ship, ......... in addition, the galley equipment. The officers' cabins, landing quarters, personnel canteen, latrines were repaired ... In a word, living and service premises. A large volume of hulls was completed. works ".

    ..... generally ashamed to speak. Repairers-hulls and finishers in Kerch and Sevastopol, really could not be found. Surely, everything rested in the repair of premises for meetings and accommodation of VIP-persons.
    1. Lyton
      Lyton 8 December 2014 13: 06
      +1
      I agree with this, we could give our ship repairmen work, and not supply money to the Bulgarians, who also turn back to us.
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  11. surovts.valery
    surovts.valery 8 December 2014 17: 19
    +2
    Interesting informative photos. The BL boat was originally placed, as a regular place for him is not provided. And the gangway to the deck from the 2nd tier for sawn sawn. Probably they will lower them into the water by a beam crane, it is standing there regularly. On the half-pipe in front of the false pipe, three again abnormal conditioners are attached. It seems that the signalmen have provided comfort for themselves - the two upper ones probably work at the ship communication post, the lower one for the BC-4 cockpit. Well, upstairs - a satellite TV dish is bolted to the enclosing handrails of the gunner of MANPADS. However, progress, concern for personnel is evident.