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Russian fleet handed over experimental ship "Victor Cherokov"

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Nizhny Novgorod Volga plant after successfully passing state tests passed to Russian the fleet experimental vessel "Viktor Cherokov" (project 20360OS), the blog reports bmpd.



According to the blog, "the vessel will be part of the Baltic Fleet and will be used to test the mine and torpedo weapons and means of hydro-acoustic suppression."

It is reported that initially “the vessel was laid in 2007 g at Okskaya Shipyard” OJSC (Navashino, Nizhny Novgorod region) for the Russian Navy as the second floating loader crane of discharge cargo (armament transport) of the 20360 project (code Dubnyak) with 1802 serial number ".

The head loader crane was transferred to the fleet on the 2010 with one year delay. During its operation, a number of errors made by designers were identified. Therefore, the construction of the second ship ("Victor Cherokov") was suspended in the same year.

“In 2013, the decision was made to complete the construction of the ship at the Volga shipyard in Nizhny Novgorod as an experimental vessel on the revised 20360OS project. In 2013, Vympel Design Bureau developed a technical design, in 2014, the working design documentation. The completion of the vessel, dubbed "Viktor Cherokov" and transferred to Nizhny Novgorod, was resumed in 2015, the ship was re-launched in December 2015 and transferred to tests in May 2016, "the article says.

The displacement of Cherokov is 2000 tons, its length - 61.5 m, width - 15.8 m, draft - 3.5 m, maximum speed - 10 knots.
Photos used:
DmitryPodporozhye / fleetphoto.ru
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  1. Hunt
    Hunt 25 July 2016 12: 11
    +1
    Well, that’s even the case. I'd like a destroyer or a cruiser!
    1. Bdeshh
      Bdeshh 25 July 2016 12: 18
      +5
      Quote: Hunter
      Well, that’s even the case. I'd like a destroyer or a cruiser!

      On the lower branch, I wished that Russian shipbuilders would listen to the wishes of the members of the forum and produce not only Grachenkov, but also Orlov. Shipbuilders are listening to the wishes of the members of the forum, things are gradually getting better. wink
    2. Thomas 1989
      Thomas 1989 25 July 2016 12: 22
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      Quote: Hunter
      Well, that’s even the case. I'd like a destroyer or a cruiser!

      play the simulator. Yes, in World War II there was no sense in these cruisers, they were hiding from each other so as not to get hurt. To sink vehicles or to strike along the coast, which was not covered by aviation, in a word, a trough, an excellent corner reflector. But money can be pulled out of the budget inexorably.
      1. Hunt
        Hunt 25 July 2016 12: 30
        +4
        Dear, if for you, acquaintance with the Fleet is reduced to "simulators", leave tips and comments with you. PLEASE don't bother me anymore.
        1. Iskander Sh
          Iskander Sh 25 July 2016 12: 52
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          Quote: Hunter
          leave tips and comments to yourself



          And what is he wrong about? In the modern era, cruisers are too noticeable and slow-moving, and too expensive to display a flag. If you build something new and big, it’s better an aircraft carrier.
          1. igorka357
            igorka357 1 August 2016 08: 52
            0
            True, noticeable and slow-moving, with excellent detection systems, with long-range weapon systems, with excellent systems of anti-aircraft defense and air defense, why the hell do they need these cruisers and destroyers .. request !
        2. Thomas 1989
          Thomas 1989 25 July 2016 15: 34
          -6
          Quote: Hunter
          Dear, if for you, acquaintance with the Fleet is reduced to "simulators", leave tips and comments with you. PLEASE don't bother me anymore.

          ??? Well, sorry to wake you up
      2. St Petrov
        St Petrov 25 July 2016 12: 46
        +5
        play the simulator.


        laughing enchanting ***

        Do you already have a shoulder strap like mine under the avatar? laughing

        But money can be pulled out of the budget unmeasured.


        japanese mother laughing the conscience of the Russian Federation. The Unworthy Patriot

        Let's talk about special forces and its tactics. I played counter strike. I'll tell you everything now. Sit down.

        1. kirieeleyson
          kirieeleyson 25 July 2016 13: 04
          +3
          But why tell there, you take the elephant 4.6 and through the brick wall you beat from the dead zone.
          Bgg)
          Why ships of the first rank are needed at all, really. Yes, from one type of Petit in the AUG order, it turns off course)
      3. Monarchist
        Monarchist 25 July 2016 13: 40
        +1
        Sergeant Thomas! You are far from the sea and you don’t know that the Russian Navy needs the so-called first-class ships: a modern aircraft carrier, frigates of the ocean zone and the latest destroyers.
        1. Thomas 1989
          Thomas 1989 25 July 2016 15: 45
          -6
          Quote: Monarchist
          Sergeant Thomas! You are far from the sea and you don’t know that the Russian Navy needs the so-called first-class ships: a modern aircraft carrier, frigates of the ocean zone and the latest destroyers.

          Indeed, I live far from the sea, but I know that the need for certain weapons for the country is dictated by the challenges that our country faces, and I think that we do not need large surface ships, especially we do not need aircraft carriers. Get acquainted with the history of the use of "so-called ships 1 rank "in World War II, project onto modern means of destruction. The need for" so-called rank 1 ships "tell a modern missile, torpedo or bottom mine, they will rejoice laughing
          1. igorka357
            igorka357 1 August 2016 08: 49
            -1
            Project yourself the statement of our Minister of Foreign Affairs .. here it accurately reflects you! Dibil, you tell your statement to the fleet of the metropolis, he would be laughing at you! Tell the Bismarck, to Scharnhorst and Gneisenau too, you can tell King George the fifth or Hood, although Hood, Bismarck once explained everything! You probably even now do not understand what I mean ..)))?
            1. Thomas 1989
              Thomas 1989 4 August 2016 12: 33
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              Quote: igorka357
              Project yourself the statement of our Minister of Foreign Affairs .. here it accurately reflects you! Dibil, you tell your statement to the fleet of the metropolis, he would be laughing at you! Tell the Bismarck, to Scharnhorst and Gneisenau too, you can tell King George the fifth or Hood, although Hood, Bismarck once explained everything! You probably even now do not understand what I mean ..)))?

              Traditionally, the players in the simulators do not differ in a special culture, all the same, insults on the Internet are a very safe thing.
              Bismarck Gneisenau Scharnhorst- dare I suggest that these are not the nicknames of your players but the name of the ships? In this case, this is just what confirms my opinion.
              Scharnhorst-Sunk by the British Navy on December 26, 1943 at Cape Nordkapp in Norway.
              Gneisenau-March 28, 1945 was flooded to block the fairway. A very good investment!
              Bismarck - went under water, turning over with a keel in May 1941.
              One can also cite the suicide of the French fleet as an example.
              But just an example of an attempt by the Germans to create their fleet, in a short time, and the subsequent results, personally incline me to the idea that Russia has two friends and this is the Strategic Missile Forces and Air Defense (ABM)
      4. Dali
        Dali 28 July 2016 23: 21
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        Quote: Thomas 1989
        Yes, in World War II there was no sense in these cruisers, they were hiding from each other so as not to get hurt. Transport sink or along the coast, naked aircraft strike, in short, a trough, a beautiful corner reflector.

        The old frigate of the US Navy "Fetch", which served as a target at the naval exercises RIMPAC-2016, demonstrated amazing survivability - for 12 hours it resisted attempts to sink it, having withstood many hits from missiles, bombs, and a torpedo explosion. The video of the shooting of the ship has been published online.
        First, ships and helicopters attacked the frigate with missiles - a total of seven volleys were fired at the Fetch. Then the planes dropped laser-guided bombs on him. After each raid, the ship was carefully examined, fixing damage. There were holes in the sides and superstructure, the helipad at the stern was torn apart by an internal explosion.
        At periscope depth, a submarine approached the frigate and stuck a one and a half ton torpedo into the bow. The ship was thrown, then the Fetch sagged heavily. A house-sized dent appeared in the port side, the forecastle deck turned outward, but the frigate remained afloat. He sank only the next morning.
        RIMPAC exercises take place from June 30 to August 4 off the southern coast of California and in the Hawaiian Islands. 45 ships, five submarines, more than 200 aircraft and helicopters take part in maneuvers, the number of military personnel reaches 25 thousand.

        And if he could shoot back ?! laughing

        By the way, I’m not in defense of the old mattress covers ... but the fact suggests that such ships will still serve us !!!
        1. igorka357
          igorka357 1 August 2016 09: 03
          0
          And if the team still fought for survivability))?
        2. Thomas 1989
          Thomas 1989 4 August 2016 12: 43
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          Quote: Dali
          Amazing survivability was demonstrated by the old frigate of the US Navy "Fetch.

          Vitality? The floatation of the target was much higher than that of a battleship, if you were not aware there was no ammunition, personnel, fuel, provisions, etc. That is why he "did not want" to sink for so long. "A force acts on every body immersed in a liquid ..." Read physics elementary school.
          The personnel would have significantly thinned, and the ammunition could have detonated, if it was not a target! In general, it’s stupid to analyze the survivability of a warship using the example of an empty tin can!
      5. igorka357
        igorka357 1 August 2016 08: 56
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        And you can ask who was hiding, maybe you only know about one Tirpitz, and his adik hid in the fjords after the loss of Bismarck, for example, Scharnhorst, for example, let the British crawl so that Fraser gathered the crew after the battle of his squadron and the German cruiser and said, I quote. .. I want that in the next battle, my crew and the crews of my squadron would fight as Scharnhorst did today! The metropolitan fleet didn’t hide from anyone at all, the Americans also fought decently at sea, and the USSR simply didn’t have then ocean fleet, and battleships ! So your knowledge in the Navy of different countries is very doubtful!
        1. Thomas 1989
          Thomas 1989 5 August 2016 19: 08
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          [quote = play357] And you can ask
          You can! For starters, the brave English sailors screwed up and abandoned convoy PQ17, then Tirpitz, having found out that he was found, screwed too, did not dare.
          While in Brest, German ships became targets of constant air raids. In July 1941, the Scharnhorst relocated to the port of La Rochelle, south of Brest. Well, the sailors are scared ...
          Bismarck did not have time to hide and was sunk in the first campaign ..... Many examples.
          The Soviet army during the Second World War drowned German ships, and you will be surprised, but 80% were sunk by aircraft! (Not Pokryshkin, their names are known only to specialists.)
          We had the overwhelming advantage of the Navy in the Black Sea over the Nazis, and so what?
          Our Baltic Fleet spent most of the Second World War at the mouth of Ladoga, fenced off from the Baltic with some sort of string bag .... You can continue ... read ...
          1. Thomas 1989
            Thomas 1989 5 August 2016 21: 55
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            Quote: Thomas 1989
            Ladoga mouth

            a jamb, at the mouth of the Neva, of course.
  2. Berber
    Berber 25 July 2016 12: 15
    +3
    You shouldn’t be so. In essence, this is a test of promising weapons.
    1. Hunt
      Hunt 25 July 2016 12: 18
      0
      YES I understand everything, The soul of the sea, yearns and waits for new, mighty ships of the Handsome !!!
    2. avt
      avt 25 July 2016 12: 21
      +1
      Quote: BerBer
      In essence, this is a test of promising weapons.

      what Someone somehow ascribes all these "testers" in the GUGI more and more, and these will really experience it! bully
  3. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 25 July 2016 12: 19
    +7
    Good luck. Support vessels also play an important role. We all remember - without a strong rear there is no reliable front. So it is here. And this ship is more likely not a rear, but a tester. So all the rules.

    The new vessel is designed to test models of equipment for the Russian Navy and will be based on Lake Ladoga, being part of the Baltic Fleet.
    It is symbolic that the test vessel is named after Vice Admiral Viktor Sergeyevich Cherokov, who commanded the Ladoga Naval Flotilla during the years of World War II.

    http://sdelanounas.ru/
    1. poquello
      poquello 25 July 2016 12: 42
      0
      Quote: Corsair0304
      will be based on Lake Ladoga

      and right, away from the curious
      1. avt
        avt 25 July 2016 18: 55
        0
        Quote: poquello
        Quote: Corsair0304
        will be based on Lake Ladoga
        and right, away from the curious

        Next year, from "Yantar" they seem to promise the same capitally restored Polish building, "test taker" for the GUGI and the Black Sea Fleet will be hidden
        Quote: poquello
        away from the curious

        bully Also, I suppose there will be some kind of snail boats drowned in the Black Sea to look for in the Kerch Strait with "Grachaty"
    2. Berkut24
      Berkut24 25 July 2016 13: 42
      0
      The feed, of course, is funny. So I want to put tables, chairs, buffet.
      But seriously, the expansion of the test base is pleasing. Many landfills and bases lost in the vastness of the CIS.
  4. wasps
    wasps 25 July 2016 12: 22
    +2
    Quote: Hunter
    YES I understand everything, The soul of the sea, yearns and waits for new, mighty ships of the Handsome !!!

    And don’t say ... especially in the year of the fleet’s 320th anniversary
  5. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 25 July 2016 12: 29
    +2
    Quote: Hunter
    Well, that’s even the case. I'd like a destroyer or a cruiser!


    I don’t know, colleague, I don’t know. In the presence of "calibers" all the striped aircraft-carrier pelvis turned into trash, I am not talking about any "cookies". And we need to rivet this gimor? The submarine is quite enough for itself, and the "Kuzya" will definitely serve for another 30 years, to scare the Papuans purely by showing the flag. It is necessary to act asymmetrically and effectively, it’s painful and expensive. The fleet is a means of attack, but who are we to attack? It's time to train psychiatrists on an industrial scale, bring the future refugees of the Baltic Poles and other Frenchmen to life. The Arabs poke it, I can smell it.
  6. sub307
    sub307 25 July 2016 12: 41
    +1
    Perhaps it is replacing the old experimental one, which is in Vladimirskaya B. on Ladoga (the center for testing topped and possibly other weapons). And the "old" one is already quite old there, it was designed on the basis of VTN.
    1. sub307
      sub307 25 July 2016 12: 45
      +1
      About (if not the most) here is such an old experimental:
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    3. kirieeleyson
      kirieeleyson 25 July 2016 13: 08
      0
      yes, the project stalled for a long time. Now Grena finally pulls out and surrenders, a couple more scientific ones.
  7. kolkulon
    kolkulon 25 July 2016 12: 45
    0
    And why is it not going under its own power?
  8. atamankko
    atamankko 25 July 2016 12: 55
    -1
    Always useful, no work left.
  9. Kudrevkn
    Kudrevkn 25 July 2016 13: 30
    0
    More ships and ships for the Russian Navy - great and different! Seven feet under the keel!
  10. Hunt
    Hunt 25 July 2016 14: 20
    0
    Quote: Iskander Sh
    Quote: Hunter
    leave tips and comments to yourself



    And what is he wrong about? In the modern era, cruisers are too noticeable and slow-moving, and too expensive to display a flag. If you build something new and big, it’s better an aircraft carrier.

    To begin with, it is customary to turn to a stranger to contact YOU. And I’m sorry, I didn’t drink to the Brudershaft with him. In essence; a modern cruiser or destroyer, with a nuclear power plant, it is actually an independent, autonomous combat unit with an unlimited power reserve. With a decent strike, air defense and anti-aircraft weapons. A tool of power anywhere in the World. Speed ​​not less than 31 knots (eagle) compare with rook. Perhaps the placement of the Marine Corps, and THERE WHERE WE ARE - THERE IS VICTORY.
  11. tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 25 July 2016 18: 08
    0
    Maybe we will remember the Kursk and draw conclusions about what we need and what we don't.
    1. igorka357
      igorka357 1 August 2016 09: 07
      0
      Uh ... not really this ship belongs to rescue ... or rather it does not apply at all, if you are talking about it!
  12. oldzek
    oldzek 25 July 2016 19: 19
    +3
    I am glad for those who will work on this ship. Until the year 91 I was doing the same only on vessels of the 254th project. The engines there were peers to me, and you can talk about living conditions only with obscenities.