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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  Dima on Tue May 31, 2016 8:48 pm

    Searched little more for any visual proof of the 23131 and I came across some from the Zaliv website. http://zalivkerch.com/
    Juoogle scums still do not show this website in the first 3 pages of search with any logical combination of words. They still show the banderstan website for Zaliv. http://www.zaliv.com/en/

    In the new Zaliv website there is no mention of the project, neither in the 7 pages of their news section that starts from Aug 2014.

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    #russiannavy Two Project 23131 liquids/dry cargo tankers (L=145m B=24m) laid down at Zaliv Shipyard (Kerch) on Dec 26
    https://twitter.com/7fbtk/status/548777027424509953
    This one mentions 23131 with twin shafts.
    http://russianships.info/eng/support/project_23131.htm
    http://russianships.info/eng/support/project_23130.htm

    Ok edited the post which was based on my thoughts that the below pic was that of 23131....after visual confirmation I have come to the conclusion that its the project CF7200.

    So what happened with the 23131 after it was laid down at Zaliv, has it been cancelled??



    Combi – freighter project CF7200, 10 of which were built in 2007-2011.
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  PapaDragon on Thu Jun 09, 2016 9:19 pm


    Oceanographic vessel "Almaz" laid down in Kaliningrad:

    http://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/78833/




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    Post  Militarov on Sat Jun 11, 2016 4:20 pm

    "The Project 21180 diesel-electric lead ice-breaker Ilya Muromets, the first vessel of this class for the domestic Navy in 45 years, was floated out at the Admiralty Wharves Shipyard in St. Petersburg in northwest Russia, a TASS correspondent reports from the scene. The solemn ceremony is being attended by Chief of the Russian Navy Main Staff Vice-Admiral Andrei Volozhinsky, Head of the Defense Ministry’s State Defense Order Provision Department Andrei Vernigora and Admiralty Wharves CEO Alexander Buzakov. "Today, after a five-year break, we’re floating out a new vessel - a supply ice-breaker with large functional capabilities. Symbolically, the nuclear-powered ice-breaker Lenin was laid down at this slipway 60 years ago," Buzakov said.

    The Ilya Muromets was laid down on April 23, 2015. The vessel displaces 6,000 tons, has a sea endurance of 9,000 miles and can operate autonomously for 60 days. The ice-breaker’s crew will total 35. The Ilya Muromets is designed both for the ice-breaking functions and the capabilities of a sea-going tug and a patrol ship."










    Source: http://tass.ru/en/defense/881283

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    Post  PapaDragon on Sat Jun 11, 2016 5:19 pm


    ^^^ Will this be used as basis for that Arctic Patrol Vessel? Size seems comparable.
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    Post  Big_Gazza on Sun Jun 12, 2016 3:06 am

    Militarov wrote:"The Project 21180 diesel-electric lead ice-breaker Ilya Muromets, the first vessel of this class for the domestic Navy in 45 years, was floated out at the Admiralty Wharves Shipyard in St. Petersburg in northwest Russia, a TASS correspondent reports from the scene. The solemn ceremony is being attended by Chief of the Russian Navy Main Staff Vice-Admiral Andrei Volozhinsky, Head of the Defense Ministry’s State Defense Order Provision Department Andrei Vernigora and Admiralty Wharves CEO Alexander Buzakov. "Today, after a five-year break, we’re floating out a new vessel - a supply ice-breaker with large functional capabilities. Symbolically, the nuclear-powered ice-breaker Lenin was laid down at this slipway 60 years ago," Buzakov said.

    The Ilya Muromets was laid down on April 23, 2015. The vessel displaces 6,000 tons, has a sea endurance of 9,000 miles and can operate autonomously for 60 days. The ice-breaker’s crew will total 35. The Ilya Muromets is designed both for the ice-breaking functions and the capabilities of a sea-going tug and a patrol ship."


    Just over 1 year build time? That sounds very quick for 6kT displacement vessel Very Happy It puts paid to the tiresome myth promulgated by our corrupt corporate MSM hacks that Russians can't build ships....
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  medo on Sun Jun 12, 2016 9:11 am

    Big_Gazza wrote:
    Militarov wrote:"The Project 21180 diesel-electric lead ice-breaker Ilya Muromets, the first vessel of this class for the domestic Navy in 45 years, was floated out at the Admiralty Wharves Shipyard in St. Petersburg in northwest Russia, a TASS correspondent reports from the scene. The solemn ceremony is being attended by Chief of the Russian Navy Main Staff Vice-Admiral Andrei Volozhinsky, Head of the Defense Ministry’s State Defense Order Provision Department Andrei Vernigora and Admiralty Wharves CEO Alexander Buzakov. "Today, after a five-year break, we’re floating out a new vessel - a supply ice-breaker with large functional capabilities. Symbolically, the nuclear-powered ice-breaker Lenin was laid down at this slipway 60 years ago," Buzakov said.

    The Ilya Muromets was laid down on April 23, 2015. The vessel displaces 6,000 tons, has a sea endurance of 9,000 miles and can operate autonomously for 60 days. The ice-breaker’s crew will total 35. The Ilya Muromets is designed both for the ice-breaking functions and the capabilities of a sea-going tug and a patrol ship."


    Just over 1 year build time?  That sounds very quick for 6kT displacement vessel Very Happy   It puts paid to the tiresome myth promulgated by our corrupt corporate MSM hacks that Russians can't build ships....

    Yes, it seems Russian shipyards could build ships quite quickly. I think the main problem, that they build new corvettes and frigates that long is in new generation armament, sensors and electronic equipment with all those installations, tunings, testings, etc.
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  GarryB on Sun Jun 12, 2016 12:05 pm

    An of course unreliable foreign suppliers of engines and components...


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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  hoom on Wed Jun 15, 2016 7:47 am

    That is fast.
    They seem to be getting a good number of auxiliaries online.

    Were the azipods built in Russia or imported?

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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  JohninMK on Sat Jun 18, 2016 3:49 pm

    The Navy seems keen to keep this shipyard in work. The boat looks like an updated E-Boat from WW2.

    A contract for two boats of torpedolike the project 1388Н3 June 18th, 0:03 http://bmpd.livejournal.com/1968526.html

    As reported in the published annual report of OJSC "Sokolskaya Sudoverf" (Sokol'skoye, Nizhny Novgorod oblast) for 2015, the company in the reporting year, has signed a state contract for construction for the Russian Navy of two boats-torpedolab the project 1388Н3 (serial numbers 451 and 452) for delivery in 2018 and 2019, respectively.




    Boat torpedoman TL-1603 project 1388 Baltic fleet (C) www.arms-expo.ru

    Interestingly, these boats-torpedolike must be created on the basis of a draft 1388Н3 serially built on Sokolskaya shipyard boats communication, a project which he, in turn, is based on the boat design-torpedolike 1388 (the last was built for the Navy at Sosnovskoye shipyard from 1974 to 1990 in the amount of 39 units). Project 1388 (code "Cormorant") was developed by design Bureau "Vympel". We can assume that the phrase "on the basis of the project 1388Н3" means the use of imported engines (project 1388Н3 used Carterpillar diesel engines 3512В).

    In addition to the conclusion of the contract the two-boats-torpedolike, OJSC "Sokolskaya Sudoverf", according to its report, handed over in 2015, the Russian defense Ministry two ships-target project 436бис (factory numbers 020 and 021) and continued to build another communication boat project 1388Н3 (serial number 403). Military orders make up 99.8% of the production of the small shipyard (172 employees).

    Since 2006 the company has passed the Ministry of defense of Russia, eight of the target vessels project 436бис (with serial numbers for 014 021) and three communication boat project 1388Н/H3 (serial number 482, 401, and 402). In October 2014, was signed state contract for the supply of another three boats when the project 1388Н3 (factory room 403 at 405) for delivery in 2017-2019 years.
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  KiloGolf on Sat Jun 18, 2016 4:16 pm

    JohninMK wrote:The Navy seems keen to keep this shipyard in work. The boat looks like an updated E-Boat from WW2.

    A contract for two boats of torpedolike the project 1388Н3 June 18th, 0:03 http://bmpd.livejournal.com/1968526.html

    As reported in the published annual report of OJSC "Sokolskaya Sudoverf" (Sokol'skoye, Nizhny Novgorod oblast) for 2015, the company in the reporting year, has signed a state contract for construction for the Russian Navy of two boats-torpedolab the project 1388Н3 (serial numbers 451 and 452) for delivery in 2018 and 2019, respectively.




    Boat torpedoman TL-1603 project 1388 Baltic fleet (C) www.arms-expo.ru

    Interestingly, these boats-torpedolike must be created on the basis of a draft 1388Н3 serially built on Sokolskaya shipyard boats communication, a project which he, in turn, is based on the boat design-torpedolike 1388 (the last was built for the Navy at Sosnovskoye shipyard from 1974 to 1990 in the amount of 39 units). Project 1388 (code "Cormorant") was developed by design Bureau "Vympel". We can assume that the phrase "on the basis of the project 1388Н3" means the use of imported engines (project 1388Н3 used Carterpillar diesel engines 3512В).

    In addition to the conclusion of the contract the two-boats-torpedolike, OJSC "Sokolskaya Sudoverf", according to its report, handed over in 2015, the Russian defense Ministry two ships-target project 436бис (factory numbers 020 and 021) and continued to build another communication boat project 1388Н3 (serial number 403). Military orders make up 99.8% of the production of the small shipyard (172 employees).

    Since 2006 the company has passed the Ministry of defense of Russia, eight of the target vessels project 436бис (with serial numbers for 014 021) and three communication boat project 1388Н/H3 (serial number 482, 401, and 402). In October 2014, was signed state contract for the supply of another three boats when the project 1388Н3 (factory room 403 at 405) for delivery in 2017-2019 years.

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    What were they thinking? Also Caterpillar engines angry
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  franco on Sat Jun 18, 2016 4:26 pm

    It's not a war ship but a support vessel used for testing. If anything the naval support fleet was older and in worse shape then it's combat fleet. Over a hundred new ones are being built between 2011-2020.
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    Post  KiloGolf on Sat Jun 18, 2016 4:36 pm

    franco wrote:It's not a war ship but a support vessel used for testing. If anything the naval support fleet was older and in worse shape then it's combat fleet. Over a hundred new ones are being built between 2011-2020.

    Hah OK. That article translation makes it seem as if they're inducting torpedo boats with US-made engines. lol1
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    Post  franco on Sat Jun 18, 2016 4:38 pm

    KiloGolf wrote:
    franco wrote:It's not a war ship but a support vessel used for testing. If anything the naval support fleet was older and in worse shape then it's combat fleet. Over a hundred new ones are being built between 2011-2020.

    Hah OK. That article translation makes it seem as if they're inducting torpedo boats with US-made engines. lol1


    If it was a warship then the Americans wouldn't let them use their engines.
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  George1 on Wed Jun 29, 2016 12:05 am

    Russia Developing New Military Ship to Track Ballistic Missiles Launches

    According to the manufacturing company Iceberg Central Design Bureau report, Russia is developing a new military ship that would track the launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russia is developing a new military ship that would track the launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles, the manufacturing company Iceberg Central Design Bureau said in its annual report Tuesday.

    To date, the Russian Navy only has one tracking ship — the Marshal Krylov vessel, built in 1990, which is currently undergoing renovations in Russia’s eastern city of Vladivostok.

    "Starting in October 2015, work began on the technical design of the measuring complex ship project 18290," the 2015 report said, as seen by RIA Novosti.

    Missile range instrumentation ships, also known as the tracking ships, carry equipment to support the launching and tracking of missiles and rockets.

    http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160628/1042079186/russia-military-ship-ballistic-missiles.html


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    Post  George1 on Thu Sep 08, 2016 4:20 pm

    Small marine tanker project 03182 "Vice Admiral ferry" at the factory "Volga"



    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2111856.html


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    Post  George1 on Fri Sep 09, 2016 3:02 am

    Rescue ship "Igor Belousov" came to the Pacific Fleet





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    Post  franco on Wed Oct 19, 2016 2:19 pm

    MOSCOW, Oct. 19 -. RIA Novosti Auxiliary Fleet of the Russian Navy until 2020 will receive 61 new multi-purpose vessel, told reporters on Wednesday, Deputy Defense Minister Gen. Dmitry Bulgakov.

    "Until 2020, part of the navies will annually go from 6 to 17 modern, versatile and multipurpose vessels So, in 2016 we expect from industry 12 vessels in 2017 -. 10, in 2018 - 6, 2019 th - 16 and in 2020 - another 17, "- said the deputy head of the military department.

    "This will significantly upgrade the structure of the ship's auxiliary fleet and to ensure that the challenges facing the Navy of Russia", - he added.

    In the current year, Bulgakov recalled, in the auxiliary fleet already included self-propelled floating cranes project 02690, the towing vessel "Victor Cherokee" and raid tug. By year end, the Navy will lead ship of ice class logistics support "Elbrus" project 23120, the ongoing factory sea trials.

    In recent years, the Northern Fleet has entered 20 new ships in the Pacific Fleet are serving 16 new buildings, the Baltic Fleet took in its membership and successfully operates 14 vessels on the Black Sea Fleet and the Caspian Flotilla perform tasks more than 16 new vessels.

    Total auxiliary fleet currently comprises about 480 marine and offshore supply vessels, more than 100 of them - today (modern).
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    Post  George1 on Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:02 pm

    Launched logistic support ship 'Vsevolod Bobrov "

    OJSC "Shipyard" Severnaya Verf "(St. Petersburg) reported that on November 14, 2016 carried out a launch being built for the Russian Navy, of the ship's marine logistics support" Vsevolod Bobrov "(serial number 881) - second unit of the project 23120 (code" Longvinik "). The vessel must be handed over to the Navy in 2018 and become part of the Black Sea fleet.



    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2254068.html



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    Post  George1 on Thu Nov 24, 2016 12:40 pm

    Two counter-sabotage boat project 21980 transferred to the Northern Fleet



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    Post  SeigSoloyvov on Fri Nov 25, 2016 1:00 am

    I dig that paint scheme.

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    Post  nastle77 on Wed Dec 14, 2016 5:55 pm

    What happened to the shmel class monitors and patrol boats ? Are they still operational ?
    Have they ever seen action ?
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    Post  franco on Fri Dec 16, 2016 2:50 am

    Two more Raptors delivered to the Navy, must be first two of the six in the second order.

    http://function.mil.ru/news_page/country/more.htm?id=12106326@egNews
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    Post  George1 on Sun Mar 12, 2017 1:33 pm

    Bookmark the small marine tanker "Vasily Nikitin"

    As reported on March 10, 2017 by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Entrepreneurship of the Nizhny Novgorod region, a small marine project tanker 03182 for the Russian Navy was built at JSC "Shipbuilding Plant" Volga "in Nizhny Novgorod.

    According to our information, the tanker was named "Vasily Nikitin" (serial number 851) in honor of Colonel-General V.V. Nikitin (1914 - 1994), from 1954 to 1984 he was the head of the Fuel Supply Administration (since 1967 - the Central Directorate for the Supply of Missile Fuel and Fuel, since 1979 - the Central Directorate for Missile Fuel and Fuel) of the USSR Ministry of Defense.

    This is the second small marine tanker project 03182 under construction at the Volga plant. The tanker 03182 "Vice Admiral of the Ferries" (plant number 850), the main tanker for the enterprise, was laid on September 1, 2016.

    JSC Shipbuilding Plant Volga in 2016 concluded a contract with the Ministry of Defense of Russia for the construction of two small sea tankers of Project 03182 for the Black Sea Fleet (home port - Sevastopol), with delivery in 2019 and 2020.

    The project developer 03182 (code "Platform-Arctic", originally designated as project 23310) is JSC "Zelenodolsk Design Bureau".


    Earlier, the Ministry of Defense of Russia in 2014-2015 concluded contracts for the construction of four small marine tankers for the Navy project 03182, two of which should be built JSC Zelenodolsky Plant named after AM Gorky (part of the group of companies JSC Holding Company Ak Bars ") in Zelenodolsk, and two more tankers for the Pacific Fleet - JSC" Vostochnaya Verf "in Vladivostok.

    The contract for the first two tankers of Project 03182 (factory numbers 9001 and 9002) was signed with the "Eastern Shipyard" on September 1, 2014. The construction of the main tanker of this project with the factory number 9001, officially launched on October 27, 2015 as Mikhail Barskov, was launched at the East Shipyard in early 2015, and the Navy ship is scheduled for November 2017. Currently, the "Eastern Shipyard" is also building a second tanker (serial number 9002) with delivery by November 2019.

    Information on the construction of tankers of project 03182 at the Zelenodolsk plant is not yet available, but it is possible that their actual construction will be carried out at the Zaliv shipbuilding plant in Kerch.

    The small marine tanker project 03182 is designed as a "multipurpose platform of a reinforced ice class vessel to provide the concept of Arctic vessels for the transport of liquid and dry cargoes, discharges and people with the possibility of receiving helicopter equipment (including unmanned aerial vehicles) and performing rescue operations." In addition to receiving, storing, transporting and transferring liquid cargo, the project tanker 03182 is also designed to supply ships and vessels with cargoes in a barrel, boxes, pallets, containers, etc .; Collection of bilge, sewage-fecal waters, dry debris and food waste; Patrolling, rescue duty in the areas of navigation, fishing, offshore oil and gas fields; Search and assistance to ships in distress; Technical support in areas dangerous for navigation; Maintenance of transport operations in ports; Removal from the shoals and reefs of emergency vessels; Pumping water from flooded compartments and towing emergency ships and objects to the shelter, including in ice; Performance of functions of the fire vessel.

    The tanker project 03182 ice class Arc4 should have a total displacement of 3,500 tons, deadweight 1560 dwt, 75 m long, 15.4 m wide, draft in full load of 5 m and be equipped with a power plant with screwdriver columns (according to the latest information - the Chinese production). Crew of 24 people with the possibility of placing eight more people. The vessel will be equipped with a runway for a Ka-27 helicopter.

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2487363.html


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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  hoom on Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:36 am

    Kind of funny they call it a tanker, its too tiny to carry a meaningful fuel load.
    I guess some kind of translation issue from an equivalent to 'multipurpose support ship'? dunno

    Maybe they just think it'll look better in western media than 'Ocean going tug'

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