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Nuclear-powered icebreaker "Ural" laid in St. Petersburg

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A new serial icebreaker project 22220 "Ural" was laid today at the Baltic plant in St. Petersburg, reports RIA News.




"Ural" will become the second nuclear icebreaker of this project. The lead ship "Arktika" was launched in June of this year.

“We are even laying ahead of the icebreaker. According to the schedule, the Ural icebreaker was supposed to be laid out in about two months. It is fundamentally important for us that the pace that the plant gained, which the staff involved in building new icebreakers did not stop ... We provide accelerated financing for the Baltic Plant, all necessary advances are listed at the end of June, ”said the head of Rosatom, Sergey Kiriyenko.

“This series of icebreakers is crucial for the country's defense, for competitiveness in terms of transit along the Northern Sea Route and for developing unique shelf resources in the north of the country”,
he noted.

The agency’s reference: “Nuclear icebreakers of the 22220 project are necessary to ensure Russia's leadership in the Arctic. They will be able to conduct caravans of ships in arctic conditions, breaking through ice up to three meters thick. New ships will provide wiring for ships carrying hydrocarbon raw materials from the fields of the Yamal and Gydan peninsulas, the Kara Sea shelf to the markets of the Asia-Pacific region. The two-draft design of the vessel allows using it both in the Arctic waters and in the estuaries of the polar rivers. The technical design of the nuclear-powered icebreaker was developed by Iceberg Central Design Bureau in 2009. ”
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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 25 July 2016 13: 52
    +12
    Ahead of schedule. So external factors are pressing. It can be assumed that the fight for the Arctic is moving into the "all grown up" stage.
    1. afrikanez
      afrikanez 25 July 2016 16: 26
      +1
      So she has long gone "all for an adult." It's just that some people openly "profited" this struggle and are trying to win back.
      1. jjj
        jjj 25 July 2016 17: 29
        +7
        Attempts to prevent Russia from attending the Olympics and weaning the World Cup in football are taking their course to brainwash the western man in the street. But in the Arctic, these numbers are not rolled. Looking at us, China announces historically its southern seas. So, sporting events are held, and zones of economic and political interests remain. And those with whom they remain - and there are truly strong powers
    2. g1v2
      g1v2 25 July 2016 18: 54
      +2
      By the way, the Ural is the third and not the second icebreaker of this project. The second was Siberia. hi
  2. BARKAS
    BARKAS 25 July 2016 13: 56
    +7
    “This series of icebreakers is crucial for the country's defense, for competitiveness in terms of transit along the Northern Sea Route and for developing unique shelf resources in the north of the country”,

    And so that the icebreaker could carry "Caliber" on board in this case, it is imperative.
    1. Homo
      Homo 25 July 2016 15: 11
      -6
      Quote: BARKAS
      And so that the icebreaker could carry "Caliber" on board in this case, it is imperative.

      Let's place "Poplar" in your apartment or house. wink
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 25 July 2016 15: 22
        +8
        Quote: Homo
        Let's place "Poplar" in your apartment or house.

        These icebreakers are dual-purpose ships. And installing the Caliber on board these icebreakers is not such a task for designers. And if you recall what fuss around the Arctic has begun, it is logical to assume that our icebreakers in those parts will not only crack ice.
        1. Baby doll
          Baby doll 25 July 2016 15: 31
          +4
          Quote: NEXUS
          the installation of the Caliber on board these icebreakers is not such an over-task for designers.

          In this case, the icebreaker should be transferred to the category of military vessels and bear the identification marks of the military vessel, i.e. military flag.
          1. NEXUS
            NEXUS 25 July 2016 15: 38
            +2
            Quote: Pupsen
            In this case, the icebreaker should be transferred to the category of military vessels and bear the identification marks of the military vessel, i.e. military flag.

            Do you doubt that these icebreakers are of a DUAL PURPOSE? What will our icebreakers do if the French, mattresses, Swedes and so on share the Arctic without us? Wharf guard? And the division has already begun, and the Arctic is no longer a nobody’s territory, dear.
            1. Baby doll
              Baby doll 25 July 2016 15: 43
              +3
              Even if it is a double, but so far they have the status of a "non-military" vessel, and now it is not in Russia's hands to violate international legislation.
              1. NEXUS
                NEXUS 25 July 2016 15: 50
                +1
                Quote: Pupsen
                Even if it is a double, but so far they have the status of a "non-military" vessel, and now it is not in Russia's hands to violate international legislation.

                And who violates that? And excuse me, who is going to launch Western observers on board these icebreakers? The fact that in the mines in the body of the ship, no one until the moment of use will not know.
                On the cargo ships that plow the expanses of the oceans, CLUB-K complexes can also stand in the form of an inconspicuous standard container, but this does not mean that this cargo ship is a military vessel at the moment.
                1. Baby doll
                  Baby doll 25 July 2016 15: 55
                  -1
                  Quote: NEXUS
                  CLUB-K complexes

                  Well, judging by your belief, you personally loaded them there.
              2. BARKAS
                BARKAS 25 July 2016 16: 44
                0
                Quote: Pupsen
                Even if it is a double, but so far they have the status of a "non-military" vessel, and now it is not in Russia's hands to violate international legislation.

                It's not about now, remember polar convoys, for example, the URAL timber carrier, the namesake of the icebreaker under construction!
                1. Baby doll
                  Baby doll 25 July 2016 17: 13
                  0
                  Quote: BARKAS
                  It's not about now

                  The fact of the matter is that the conversation went about "now". On the laid icebreaker, hotheads from among the members of the forum, began to "install" Calibers, Zircons and others, and dry cargo ships, according to them, plow the vastness of the oceans, having on board CLUB-K complexes. I would like that too. But (I repeat), international law does not allow doing this, and Russia’s going to violate this is fraught with an even greater aggravation of the situation around it.
        2. g1v2
          g1v2 25 July 2016 17: 27
          +1
          For the Navy, one diesel-electric icebreaker is being built and two more patrol ships of the Arctic zone of the ice class of Project 23550 are contracted. These two icebreakers have the option of installing modules with calibers.
          But this series of atomic icebreakers has nothing to do with the military; naturally there will be no weapons either. Yes, and new nuclear icebreakers for the Northern Sea Route are much more necessary for us than military semi-finished products. hi
      2. Homo
        Homo 26 July 2016 03: 45
        0
        How many cons! For what? Just got enough already, no matter what they wrote, there are surely "craftsmen" with an appeal: "You need to" shove "Caliber! am
        1. Baby doll
          Baby doll 26 July 2016 11: 15
          0
          Quote: Homo
          "craftsmen" with the appeal: "you need to" shove "Caliber!

          Unfortunately, you rarely come across a commentary from a professional specialist who represents the entire range of work and activities related to the deployment of any weapon. But at the same time, there may be, and moreover, there are organizational or technical requirements that cannot be met in these conditions. The "craftsmen", by virtue of their amateurism, do not even suspect about it. Therefore, they call
          :
          Quote: Homo
          "Push in the calibers!"

          So it turns out that you, in their opinion, are against the strengthening of the country's military power, not a patriot. For this minus your "reward" !!!
      3. Baby doll
        Baby doll 26 July 2016 11: 41
        0
        Quote: Homo

        Let's place "Poplar" in your apartment or house.

        No, it’s better to roll to the Urals right after a measured kilometer! Even more space will remain for the MOBD! And what, the sizes and displacement allow!
    2. Dimon19661
      Dimon19661 25 July 2016 15: 19
      +1
      The caliber is stupid, but for your information, all nuclear-powered icebreakers are armed, plus there is the possibility of installing additional weapons as soon as possible.
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 25 July 2016 15: 26
        +1
        Quote: Dimon19661
        The caliber is stupid, but for your information, all nuclear-powered icebreakers are armed, plus there is the possibility of installing additional weapons as soon as possible.

        Why is it stupid? For me, this is how we are observers of the formation and renewal of our fifth Arctic fleet. And to say that they will be absolutely peaceful and civil, it means that we don’t understand why this is all being built.
        1. Dimon19661
          Dimon19661 25 July 2016 15: 38
          +1
          It is stupid, since this type of icebreaker is not a warship, therefore, it does not have a military crew on the ship's role. Such an opportunity appears only when mobilizing a ship.
          1. NEXUS
            NEXUS 25 July 2016 15: 45
            +1
            Quote: Dimon19661
            Stupid, since this type of icebreaker is not a warship,

            It is a double-purpose ship, that is, it is capable of carrying the KP and anti-ship missiles and other weapons, the tonnage allows it. But is there any anti-ship missiles and other means of destruction in the same Arctic, no one will report to you, dear. regularly being strengthened and replenished, as well as systems and systems capable of working normally in those conditions are being developed ... and I am more than confident that the new icebreakers are the marine tactical component of our group in the Arctic.
            1. Baby doll
              Baby doll 25 July 2016 15: 52
              +1
              Quote: NEXUS
              capable of carrying KR and anti-ship missiles and other weapons

              Is this your personal opinion, dear, or can you give some sort of reference to the dual purpose of the Urals and its ability to bear weapons?
              1. NEXUS
                NEXUS 25 July 2016 15: 54
                +1
                Quote: Pupsen
                Is this your personal opinion, dear, or can you give some sort of reference to the dual purpose of the Urals and its ability to bear weapons?

                Run away to the Lubyanka, dear, they will provide you with a link there and the evidence will be presented.
                1. Baby doll
                  Baby doll 25 July 2016 16: 05
                  0
                  Quote: NEXUS
                  there they will provide a link and evidence will be presented.

                  If there is nothing to say, do not escalate, and so is not a simple situation in the world, Dear!
            2. Dimon19661
              Dimon19661 25 July 2016 17: 26
              +3
              And I don’t expect any reports. I know, unlike you, I have been working in this system for 20 years, well, as if in the know. Therefore, I don’t believe in science fiction. An icebreaker, by definition, is an icebreaker, in case of military actions on it will be mothballed MP-123-01, assigned to the military crew. Where there is an MP-600, there will also be military men. There are no ships or missile defense systems, there are other ships for this. The task of the icebreaker itself is to provide air defense of the near zone - nothing more. In general, do not fantasize.
    3. Baby doll
      Baby doll 25 July 2016 15: 23
      0
      Quote: BARKAS
      And so that the icebreaker could "Caliber" on board carry

      The idea is tempting, but not new. In the United States, in the 60s, the issue of deploying Polaris missiles on civilian ships was studied. But not everything is so simple, arming civilian courts, even at war, violates international law and the UN charter. Otherwise, there would be no problem for Somali pirates.
      An article is walking on the Internet that, supposedly, back in the USSR, a military vessel was disguised as a civilian ship and they launched a disa through diplomatic channels that they were carrying opium. Attacked pirates crumbled. There were no casualties among the marines.
      But I do not really believe in it, although everything could be ...
      1. zoknyay82
        zoknyay82 25 July 2016 15: 51
        0
        During World War II, almost all parties used trap vessels to destroy submarines. And there were no lawsuits. :-)
    4. KCA
      KCA 25 July 2016 15: 37
      0
      I do not know how it is now with secrecy in this matter, but in one shaggy book of the 50s, popularly explaining about nuclear power for the broad masses, several locations of torpedoes with nuclear warheads "for making passages in the ice" were indicated on the icebreaker "Lenin" diagram it was indicated that with the nuclear warhead
      1. KCA
        KCA 25 July 2016 17: 37
        0
        They put a minus, there is no scanner, a minus friend, should I go, not be too lazy, to my parents, find a book and give you its output? I hope you find the picture yourself
    5. svp67
      svp67 25 July 2016 16: 00
      0
      Quote: BARKAS

      And so that the icebreaker could carry "Caliber" on board in this case, it is imperative.

      Yes, it can carry anything, the displacement and dimensions will allow, I would be very happy if one of the icebreakers, for example, carried the name "Donbass" on its board
    6. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn 25 July 2016 16: 53
      0
      Quote: BARKAS
      And so that the icebreaker could carry "Caliber" on board in this case, it is imperative.

      Meehan ?! fellow laughing
      1. Khariton
        Khariton 25 July 2016 18: 31
        -2
        Quote: Stirbjorn
        Quote: BARKAS
        And so that the icebreaker could carry "Caliber" on board in this case, it is imperative.

        Meehan ?! fellow laughing

        Нет! laughing fellow Learns only ... laughing tongue
        1. Ruslan67
          Ruslan67 25 July 2016 19: 48
          +1
          Quote: Chariton
          Learns only.

          Horseradish student No. Or a teacher? wassat
          1. Khariton
            Khariton 25 July 2016 20: 45
            -1
            Quote: Ruslan67
            Quote: Chariton
            Learns only.

            Horseradish student No. Or a teacher? wassat

            Are you going backwards to Ruslan’s bayonets again? Enough to sing along or howl ... Crawl and crawl on! Don’t touch me ...
            1. Ruslan67
              Ruslan67 25 July 2016 21: 31
              +1
              Quote: Chariton
              again, backwards, do you go on Ruslan’s bayonets?

              We are not looking for easy ways laughing
              Quote: Chariton
              Don’t touch me ...

              Are you holy or dear to us as a memory?
              Quote: Chariton
              Enough to sing along or howl ...

              Better how you carry a blizzard for first graders
              Maybe it's time to stop and think about where we are going to an organized crowd?
              1. Khariton
                Khariton 25 July 2016 21: 39
                -1
                Quote: Ruslan67
                Quote: Chariton
                again, backwards, do you go on Ruslan’s bayonets?

                We are not looking for easy ways laughing
                Quote: Chariton
                Don’t touch me ...

                Are you holy or dear to us as a memory?
                Quote: Chariton
                Enough to sing along or howl ...

                Better how you carry a blizzard for first graders
                Maybe it's time to stop and think about where we are going to an organized crowd?

                Ruslan is not a chat here ... Your nit-picking, to the wave of some, looks disgusting! Enough to curry favor, it’s disgusting to just .. Did you really pick up the first yourself, and the Marshal ??? It’s not disgusting to behave yourself like that .. Let's rest!
  3. Drzog
    Drzog 25 July 2016 14: 01
    +2
    I wonder if we will live to see the time when we will have the most powerful nuclear-powered icebreaker fleet in the world: a heavy nuclear missile icebreaker, a heavy nuclear-powered icebreaker, etc. angry
    1. engineer74
      engineer74 25 July 2016 15: 34
      0
      "heavy nuclear powered icebreaker" laughing -This is unlikely, but the pace of construction and the number of surface ships with nuclear warheads suggest certain thoughts about the future of our fleet in general and about ships of the first rank in particular! wink
  4. desyatka
    desyatka 25 July 2016 14: 10
    +1
    Quote: BARKAS
    And so that the icebreaker could carry "Caliber" on board in this case, it is imperative.

    Yes, there are already variants of missiles in sea containers, perhaps they are already fixed on dry cargo ships.
    1. Khariton
      Khariton 25 July 2016 18: 36
      0
      Quote: desyatka
      Quote: BARKAS
      And so that the icebreaker could carry "Caliber" on board in this case, it is imperative.

      Yes, there are already variants of missiles in sea containers, perhaps they are already fixed on dry cargo ships.

      Icebreakers do not need armaments ... They should be guarded like aircraft carriers! They are a source of energy and providing, well, Arctic travel guides! Serious stuff! Thanks to the designers and shipbuilders ..
  5. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 25 July 2016 14: 15
    +1
    Such messages cannot but rejoice. We have an incendiary "gas station". Either it will provide 80% of the world's output of nanotubes, then an atomic icebreaker will launch and lay it down, then it will light up with a "caliber" of 1500 km. Where does that come from?
  6. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 25 July 2016 14: 15
    0
    "Well, this group is walking in striped swimsuits ...". Well, after all, no one even has anything like it. Arctic, T-50, PAK-DA, "husky". Not otherwise, Uncle Vova is going to win the cold war, and the chances are great, well, we need to calm down these brainless PARASITES.
  7. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 25 July 2016 14: 17
    0
    Quote: desyatka
    Yes, there are already variants of missiles in sea containers, perhaps they are already fixed on dry cargo ships.

    This is not the main thing, you can set up such containers anywhere, the main target designation, counteraction to electronic warfare and so on, so that the rocket reaches the target and hits it most precisely.
  8. Kudrevkn
    Kudrevkn 25 July 2016 14: 25
    +1
    I read in another source that the new icebreakers "Ural", "Siberia" and "Arctic" are replacing the "old" ones (currently working, which are 30-40 years old)? And what about the "old men" who will be allowed to go on "needles"? The safety margin of nuclear icebreakers should be at least 50 - 70 years! I understand that 90 - 00 could not pass without a trace for our icebreaker fleet, but maybe it is still too early to start up the "veterans"? After all, the length of Russia's Arctic coast is tens of thousands of kilometers?
    1. Corsair0304
      Corsair0304 25 July 2016 14: 40
      0
      Quote: KudrevKN
      And what about the "old people" who will be allowed to go on "needles"? The safety margin of nuclear icebreakers should be at least 50 - 70 years!


      Nobody is going to let it go. Deep modernization - and into work.
    2. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 25 July 2016 15: 26
      +3
      Quote: KudrevKN
      And what about the "old people" who will be allowed to go on "needles"? The safety margin of nuclear icebreakers should be at least 50 - 70 years!

      Duc ... the first trinity "Arctic" - that's all.
      At the "Arctic" itself, the reactor has been shut down since 2008, ALED has been in a sludge since 2011.
      Siberia has been mothballed since 1993; since 2016 it has been disposed of at Zvezdochka.
      "Russia" in the sludge - the resource of the Yok reactor.
      "Soviet Union" is in limbo - either it will be restored, or not.
  9. doework
    doework 25 July 2016 14: 40
    0
    Excellent! Such events for me more than compensate for the frustration from the "doping slap" ... Forward, Russia!
  10. NEXUS
    NEXUS 25 July 2016 14: 47
    +1
    In fact, these icebreakers are atomic cruisers of the Arctic zone, that is, ships of the first rank. And something tells me that in addition to the Caliber, Zircon will be put on the Urals and Siberia.
    1. Dimon19661
      Dimon19661 25 July 2016 15: 20
      +2
      Yes, also Satan, and the moon rover, so that was what to ride on ......
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 25 July 2016 15: 34
        +1
        Quote: Dimon19661
        Yes, also Satan, and the moon rover, so that was what to ride on ......

        And it’s true ... you don’t need the Arctic nafig ... you would give up all the short life. And the fact that there are the largest hydrocarbon deposits such as you are not interested in. It’s important here to scratch and rejoice at this stupid post.
        1. iliitchitch
          iliitchitch 25 July 2016 17: 02
          0
          Quote: NEXUS
          And it’s true ... you don’t need the Arctic nafig ... you would give up all the short life. And the fact that there are the largest hydrocarbon deposits such as you are not interested in. It’s important here to scratch and rejoice at this stupid post.


          In the Kara Sea, there is a louse, more oil than the Saudis !!! Proven stock. Only need to get it. Do you think, colleague, these jackals of Tobacco will leave us alone? A shotgun, a 12th gun, and a pack of dry cartridges will help, from jackals.
        2. Dimon19661
          Dimon19661 25 July 2016 18: 18
          0
          You scratch a dumb post - I write something about what I know for sure. And you write unscientific fiction. And I ask without insults.
    2. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch 25 July 2016 15: 27
      +1
      Quote: NEXUS
      In fact, these icebreakers are atomic cruisers of the Arctic zone, that is, ships of the first rank. And something tells me that in addition to the Caliber, Zircon will be put on the Urals and Siberia.


      "Peaceful" people minus you. Something downs started to multiply here ...
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 25 July 2016 15: 29
        +2
        Quote: iliitch

        "Peaceful" people minus you. Something downs started to multiply here ...

        Apparently we are convinced that the Arctic will remain no man's land ... well, as Semyon Farada-Everyone used to say, everyone is mistaken as he can.
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  12. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 25 July 2016 15: 24
    -1
    Quote: KudrevKN
    After all, the length of the Arctic coast of Russia is tens of thousands of kilometers?


    Well, people ... Well, at least attack the globe with a centimeter! Length, damn it, the equator (Achtung is not a tow truck!) How many km? Where do tens of thousands come from in the Arctic?
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 25 July 2016 15: 27
      +1
      Quote: iliitch
      Well, people ... Well, at least attack the globe with a centimeter! Length, damn it, the equator (Achtung is not a tow truck!) How many km? Where do tens of thousands come from in the Arctic?

      And if you consider not the length of the border line, but the length directly of the coastline, with all estuaries, bays and bays? wink
      1. Kudrevkn
        Kudrevkn 25 July 2016 16: 51
        +2
        Thank you, colleague, for your understanding of the issue! Apparently, our opponent at school studied geography only by the "Globe of Ukraine"? After all, we are writing here not only about the Arctic, but also about the Arctic coast of the AO!
    2. Dimon19661
      Dimon19661 25 July 2016 15: 42
      +1
      So you forgot about outer space laughing , we’ll discuss a little more and we’ll add more weapons to the icebreaker (S-400, S-500, Topol-M, BULAVA)
    3. bk316
      bk316 25 July 2016 16: 27
      +3
      Quote: iliitch
      Well, people ... Well, at least attack the globe

      At least you would be ashamed, well, you did not study at school, well then you would google something before disgrace.

      They write to you "EXTENSION OF THE COAST". Not the straight distance from Murmansk to Petropavlovsk, but the length of the coast. Understood (akhtung - understood from the word understanding) where tens of thousands of kilometers come from?

      So for reference, Canada has more than 200000 km of coast
      1. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 25 July 2016 17: 09
        +1
        Quote: bk316
        They write to you "EXTENSION OF THE COAST". Not the straight distance from Murmansk to Petropavlovsk, but the length of the coast. Understood (akhtung - understood from the word understanding) where tens of thousands of kilometers come from?

        So for reference, Canada has more than 200000 km of coast

        Hehehehe ... at one time, British scientists, when using fractals to measure the length of the coastline of Britain, successfully brought the estimated length of the coast to infinity. smile

        There is even a "coastline paradox":
        The length of the coastline depends on how it is measured. Since bends of any size, from hundreds of kilometers to fractions of a millimeter or less, can be distinguished for a land plot, it is impossible to obviously select the size of the smallest element that should be taken for measurement. Therefore, it is impossible to unambiguously determine the perimeter of this section. There are various mathematical approximations in solving this problem.

        Approximate measurements are faced with the need to choose the right sampling step:
        if the coastline of Great Britain is measured in segments of 100 km, then its length is approximately 2 km. If sections of 800 km are used, then the length is approximately 50 km, which is 3 km more.
  13. gg.na
    gg.na 25 July 2016 16: 57
    0
    O-O-O-Oooooooooo good great news! How glad I am to such news !!! The Arctic just needs to be mastered and as quickly as possible !!! yes
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  14. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 25 July 2016 19: 20
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    [quote = KudrevKN] Thank you, colleague, for your understanding of the issue! Apparently, our opponent at school quot; Globe of Ukraine "studied? We are here writing not only about the Arctic, but also about the Arctic coast of the seas of the Arctic Ocean! [/ Quote

    Yes, damn it, Ukraine and the Arctic - Two big nightmares. Honestly, I miss the Far East, the Kuriles. "Who gets up early, God gives him."
  15. Dikson
    Dikson 25 July 2016 19: 32
    0
    Well, as if there was an inaccuracy in the article, they then launched a bare body, without add-ons and other things ..
    1. dauria
      dauria 25 July 2016 21: 34
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      - they then launched a bare hull, without add-ons and other things ..


      They freed the slipway for the next one, they will finish it at the wall ... They always do that. What's the trouble?
  16. xant
    xant 25 July 2016 21: 33
    +1
    Information:



    Factory number 05706 - laid 05.11.2013 - launched 16.06.2016 - "Arctic"
    Factory number 05707 - laid May 26.05.2015, XNUMX - Siberia

    Factory number 05708 - laid July 25.07.2016, XNUMX - Ural
    Displacement: 25540 / 33540 t.
    The main measurements: length - 173.3 m, width - 34 m, draft - 8.55 / 10.5 m.
    Maximum travel speed: 22 knot
    Power: 60 MW
    Ice penetration: 2.8 m.
    Autonomy: 6 months
    Crew: 75 people
    The ship has a hangar and a landing pad for a helicopter.

    The pace is good! getting ready our protect the Arctic.
    1. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch 26 July 2016 02: 25
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      Quote: xant
      getting ready to protect our Arctic.


      Nobody will take away the Arctic from us. Wow, they are afraid of Sergei Kuzhugetovich. They will sit you, but you do not steal. The immortal words of Papanov.
  17. Aandrewsir
    Aandrewsir 25 July 2016 21: 38
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    Good news! It’s good when we build NEEDED AND ADVANCED and FOR YOURSELF!
  18. Idiot
    Idiot 26 July 2016 08: 16
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    As far as I know, in the northern latitudes, the JPS has problems with the accuracy of positioning, respectively, and the aiming of high-precision weapons on the target. GLONASS does not have such problems.
  19. Baby doll
    Baby doll 26 July 2016 12: 09
    0
    Quote: Pupsen
    Quote: Homo

    Let's place "Poplar" in your apartment or house.

    No, it’s better to roll to the Urals right after a measured kilometer! Even more space will remain for the MOBD! And what, the sizes and displacement allow!