The submarine "Rostov-on-Don" from Kronshtadt set off for deep-sea testing at sea ranges of the Russian Federation

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A representative of the main headquarters of the Russian Navy reported that the Rostov-on-Don diesel-electric submarine left the Baltic Sea for landfills of the Russian Federation for deep sea trials. Submarine project 636.3 “Varshavyanka” - “Rostov-on-Don” was built for the Black Sea fleet Russian Federation. The representative of the General Staff of the Navy quoted TASS:

The submarine was in Kronstadt and 17 April went out from there to make the transition to the Northern Fleet. At the marine polygons of the North, it will pass a complex of deep-sea tests and firing, and then go to the Black Sea Fleet.


The submarine "Rostov-on-Don" from Kronshtadt set off for deep-sea testing at sea ranges of the Russian Federation


Rostov-on-Don is the second submarine of this project, which for the Russian Navy will be represented in total by six submarines. The first submarine of this series, the Novorossiysk, was transferred to the fleet and underwent deep-sea tests.

The submarine B-237 "Rostov-on-Don" for the inter-fleet transition came out of the Kronstadt Merchant Harbor. According to the site Flot.com, from the pier, the submarine was escorted by representatives of the command of the Leningrad naval base and submarine division.
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  1. -2
    April 20 2015
    That's interesting: they built in the Baltic, tested in the Northern Fleet - to serve in the Black Sea. Until he gets to the place of service - it’s already necessary to put it on a thorough repair ... so much to go through. Although according to the test results I’ll love to finish something. So everything is ok.
    1. +8
      April 20 2015
      Small in the Baltic.
      1. +1
        April 20 2015
        Quote: An60
        Small in the Baltic.



        And which way does the boat go?

        Inland, through canals or across the North Sea?


        1. +5
          April 20 2015
          They drove the internal ones under the alliance, and now it is possible theoretically, but there are restrictions on the periods of ice drift, high water, the height of the water, and it will be necessary to prepare and repair something, it is easier to see under its own power. The most interesting thing is that the submarines and the Black Sea Fleet will go under their own power around Europe.
      2. 0
        April 20 2015
        Well, in the first, within the Gulf of Bothnia there are depths of about 250 m and even a little more. Secondly, what prevents testing on the Black Sea? everything with a depth of approx. The maximum depth for Warsaw is 300 m working, up to 250.
        No, most likely this is not the case. Just in the Black Sea, and even in the Baltic, most likely, there is no corresponding infrastructure. So you have to rush here and there.
        1. +3
          April 20 2015
          Quote: tchoni
          Well, in the first, within the Gulf of Bothnia there are depths of about 250 m and even a little more.

          About the goal - to conduct complex of deep-sea tests and firing Diesel-electric submarines in the Gulf of Bothnia. Can you go straight to Karlskrona - as "Swedish Komsomolets"? wink
        2. avt
          +3
          April 20 2015
          Quote: tchoni
          . Secondly, what prevents testing on the Black Sea? everything with a depth of approx.

          In addition to deep-sea ones, it is also necessary to shoot and not only torpedoes, not for nothing that Amer is standing on their ears - Russia violated the RSRD agreement. So it will be not just torpedo diesel engines in addition to RTOs that will be at the Black Sea Fleet.
          1. 0
            April 21 2015
            Quote: avt
            In addition to deep-sea ones, one also needs to shoot and not only torpedoes, not for nothing that Amers are on their ears - Russia has violated the agreement on the RSRD.

            Do you think they are not watching the sulfur test site? Grazing, so that the ears are twisted into a tube .... So the reason, most likely, is not this.
    2. +6
      April 20 2015
      Quote: tchoni
      That's interesting: they built in the Baltic, tested in the Northern Fleet - to serve in the Black Sea. Until he gets to the place of service - it’s already necessary to put it on a thorough repair ... so much to go through.

      Is not a fact. If on inland waterways, then it will not have to. They put the submarine into the transport dock and pull it along the Volga-Balt and Volga-Don into the Sea of ​​Azov. And there, and to Novorossiysk at hand.
    3. +6
      April 20 2015
      Well, it's not the first to build it, they probably know what they are doing.
    4. +1
      April 20 2015
      Quote: tchoni
      That's interesting: they built in the Baltic, tested in the Northern Fleet - to serve in the Black Sea. Until he gets to the place of service - it’s already necessary to put it on a thorough repair ... so much to go through. Although according to the test results I’ll love to finish something. So everything is ok.

      And then they will drive the submarine to the Black Sea under their own power around Europe ... Is it really impossible to immerse it in a transport floating dock and deliver it to the Black Sea? To save a resource?
    5. +6
      April 20 2015
      The main reason is the Kalibra missile test range in the north, where the rescue support of the tests is also there. Well, there is nowhere to base these boats on the Black Sea Fleet, Novorossiysk is not yet ready, and what was in Sevastopol did not survive the independence.
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    7. +3
      April 20 2015
      It is advisable to go to the Black Sea Fleet after testing by inland waterways, it will be safer.
      1. -7
        April 20 2015
        Quote: Thought Giant
        It is advisable to go to the Black Sea Fleet after testing by inland waterways, it will be safer.

        Well, for example, on the Volga, you can bring the submarine to the Caspian Sea, and then how? The Caspian Sea is neither connected with the Sea of ​​Azov nor with the Black Sea. By land it will be problematic if it is not impossible to transport a submarine weighing 3950 tons.
        1. +1
          April 20 2015
          The Volga-Don Canal, only now it has become shallow, but if you wish, you can drag it on a barge.
          1. 0
            April 20 2015
            Quote: chunga-changa
            The Volga-Don Canal, only now it has become shallow, but if you wish, you can drag it on a barge.

            Quote: Penelope
            There is the Volga-Don Canal, along it from the Volga to the Don, and there is the Sea of ​​Azov and hello to the Black Sea.

            Quote: Sotnik77s
            Well, barges with cargo, such as falling into the Sea of ​​Azov and then into the Black Sea and even then to Turkey ...... through the Volga-Don Shipping Canal, and which barges, you can also hold a boat

            Quote: Alexey RA
            The transport dock is the reincarnation of the good old cameras, on which sailing and steam ships from the shipyards of Kherson, Nikolaev and St. Petersburg through the shallow mouths of rivers were brought back to Peter and Catherine’s times.

            I’m sure if it would be possible they would send a submarine along internal routes. Since they don’t send, it’s not so simple.
        2. +2
          April 20 2015
          There is the Volga-Don Canal, along it from the Volga to the Don, and there is the Sea of ​​Azov and hello to the Black Sea.
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        6. 0
          April 20 2015
          Well, barges with cargo, somehow get into the Sea of ​​Azov and then into the Black Sea and even then to Turkey lol ...... through the Volga-Don Shipping Canal, and which barges, it is also possible to hold a boat laughing
        7. +2
          April 20 2015
          The transport dock is the reincarnation of the good old cameras, on which sailing and steam ships from the shipyards of Kherson, Nikolaev and St. Petersburg through the shallow mouths of rivers were brought back to Peter and Catherine’s times.
          Last November, at Zelenodolsk Plant named after A.M. Gorky ”was launched the transport floating dock“ Sviyaga ”of project 22570. The length of the transport floating dock of project 22570 is 134 meters, width - 14 meters, draft - 2.67 meters, and its carrying capacity - 3300 tons.
  2. +3
    April 20 2015
    Well, you can still lay new boats.
  3. +2
    April 20 2015
    Seven feet under the keel! Good luck with your dives!
    1. +1
      April 20 2015
      Submariners want the number of dives equal to the number of floats, and not seven feet under the keel.
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  5. 0
    April 20 2015
    Search off the coast of Finland and Norway)
  6. +4
    April 20 2015
    Well, everything, the Norwegians with the Swedes will catch nets again.
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  7. +1
    April 20 2015
    A lot of such news !!!! It’s a pity that I didn’t go with her, for example, a cruiser, a frigate, a detachment of torpedo boats and a brigade of marines ....
  8. +2
    April 20 2015
    the guys only increased the budget, didn’t have time to wash yet, and here again laughing on the censor in general, still, “don,” they’re looking, now stick anywhere ...
  9. +3
    April 20 2015
    The Yankees from the old SU-24 described themselves, God forbid, so that they could get rid of the new "Varshavyanochka" and not go to foreign shores.
  10. Vezhchel
    +1
    April 20 2015
    We need such ships at sea,

    So that we can argue with any wave.

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