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

    Post  eehnie on Fri Dec 15, 2017 12:11 pm

    Reports of 2017 of auxiliary ships scrapped:

    http://economy.mil.ru/economy/disposal_of_assets/movables/lots/more.htm?id=12108641@morfMovablesAuction

    Project 737 -- RB-310 -- 1976
    Project 1606/T63 -- RVK-1227 -- 198?
    Project 1415 -- RVK-195 -- 1981?

    http://economy.mil.ru/economy/disposal_of_assets/movables/lots/more.htm?id=12113190@morfMovablesAuction

    Project 1394A -- 117 -- 1992

    Project 872 -- GS-392 -- 1979

    http://economy.mil.ru/economy/disposal_of_assets/movables/lots/more.htm?id=12152600@morfMovablesAuction

    Project 824 -- СХЗ-2 -- 1965
    Project R801/688 -- PKZ-141 -- 1968 decommissioned 2014

    Project 1896 -- BGK-172 -- 1967
    Project 737 -- RB-246 -- 1968
    Project 737 -- RB-186 -- 1970
    Project 1439 -- BUK-1904 -- 1988
    Project 1439 -- BUK-1905 -- 1989

    In 2017 there are not reports about combat ships scrapped. This year the most important scrapping activity is for auxiliary ships and land auxiliary vehicles. In the case of the auxiliary fleet of the Russian Navy, the process of reduction of the fleet after the end of the Soviet Union seems not finished still.
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    Post  George1 on Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:55 pm

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    Post  George1 on Tue Dec 26, 2017 10:37 pm

    Russia’s advanced icebreaker Ilya Muromets sets off for Barents Sea after state trials

    The icebreaker will be used to provide for the operation of the Russian Navy’s Arctic grouping

    KALININGRAD, December 26. /TASS/. Russia’s next-generation icebreaker Ilya Muromets has set off for the Barents Sea to sail to its permanent base in the Northern Fleet after completing state trials in the Baltic Sea, Baltic Fleet spokesman Roman Martov told TASS on Tuesday.

    "The icebreaker Ilya Muromets, which left Baltiysk [the Baltic Fleet’s main naval base], will make an inter-fleet passage about 2,000 nautical miles long towards its permanent base in the Northern Fleet," the spokesman said, noting that during the anchorage the crew replenished fuel, water and food supplies.

    The Baltic Fleet’s ships and aircraft assisted in the icebreaker’s state trials. During the trials, the sailors checked the operation of the icebreaker’s helideck while shipborne helicopters made over 100 landings on the deck in various weather conditions in the daytime and at night. The icebreaker’s towing capabilities were also tested.

    The next-generation icebreaker Ilya Muromets was laid down at the Admiralty Wharf Shipyard in northwest Russia on April 23, 2015 and put afloat in June 2016.

    The icebreaker will be used to provide for the operation of the Russian Navy’s Arctic grouping. The icebreaker is 85 m long and 20 m wide, with a draft of 7 m. It can develop a speed of 15 knots and break an ice field of up to 1 m thick. It has a crew of 32.

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    Post  George1 on Mon Jan 01, 2018 1:33 pm

    Oceanographic research vessel "Akademik Ageev" was launched





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    Post  PapaDragon on Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:28 pm

    George1 wrote:Oceanographic research vessel "Akademik Ageev" was launched


    ..........................
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    This ship is built in Pella and is same length and nearly twice as heavy as Derzkii-class corvette.

    What are the odds of Pella getting some corvette contracts in the future?
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    Post  SeigSoloyvov on Mon Jan 01, 2018 5:12 pm

    Most Russian shipyards could learn a thing or two from Pella alright.

    IMO the most competent shipyard the russians have now.

    If I was Putin, I would put the staff of Pella in charge of have them train the ones who will take over their large shipyard project. So that such a shipyard can be used to it's full potential.
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  George1 on Wed Feb 07, 2018 11:18 pm

    2nd Pr.18280 Russian intelligence gathering ship Ivan Khurs has started sea trial in the Baltic today. Almost 300 crew, engineers & technicians on-board shall carry out maneuvering & speed trials and test the main propulsion plant, sensors & systems.







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    Post  George1 on Mon Feb 26, 2018 4:30 am

    The Northern Fleet received two boats of the BK-16 type

    As reported by the Department of Information and Mass Communications of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, on February 24, 2018, the Naval Flag was solemnly raised in Severomorsk by the two fast-moving transport-landing crafts project 02510 (BK-16) that joined the Northern Fleet. Boats, according to known data, have tactical numbers D-308 and D-2110.

    Presumably, these are the first boats of the project 02510 (BK-16), built within the contract of Kalashnikov Concern, concluded in 2017, to supply the Russian Defense Ministry with six boats of the BK-16 project and ten boats of the BK-10 project. BK-16 and BK-10 is carried out by Rybinsk Shipyard JSC (Rybinsk, Yaroslavl Region, part of the Euroyakhting Group of Companies, the controlling interest of which belongs to Kalashnikov Concern JSC).

    Earlier, according to the known information, in 2015-2017, the Ministry of Defense of Russia received four cutters of the project 02510 (BK-16), three of which are on the Black Sea. The head boat of this project D-296 with serial number 01 was built by JSC "Rybinsk shipyard" in 2014 and transferred to the Russian Navy after the completion of tests in June 2015 on the Black Sea. October 10, 2017 head boat crashed in Sevastopol.

    Also on the Black Sea there are two larger boats of the BK-18 project, constructed in 2017 by Rybinsk Shipyard JSC.

    The project boat BK-16 (project 02510), developed by Rybinsk Shipyard, is another Russian clone of the famous Swedish small combat boats of the CombatBoat 90 (CB 90) project developed by Dockstavarvet, and competes with another SV 90 clone, serially under construction for the Russian Navy - project 03160 ("Raptor") boat of the construction of JSC "Leningrad Shipyard Pella".

    Simultaneously, on February 24, a ceremony was held in Severomorsk for the awarding of the name "Valery Fedyanin" to the anti-sabotage patrol boat of the Northern Fleet P-430 of project 21980 (code "Grachonok") in honor of the commander of the 61st Separate Marine Brigade of the Northern Fleet, Colonel V., who died in Syria in September 2017 AT. Fedyanin. This is the fourth boat of the project 21980 (serial number 01224) built by JSC Shipbuilding Plant Vympel (Rybinsk), which was handed over to the Russian Navy on November 9, 2017.



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

    Post  walle83 on Mon Feb 26, 2018 6:08 am

    George1 wrote:The Northern Fleet received two boats of the BK-16 type

    As reported by the Department of Information and Mass Communications of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, on February 24, 2018, the Naval Flag was solemnly raised in Severomorsk by the two fast-moving transport-landing crafts project 02510 (BK-16) that joined the Northern Fleet. Boats, according to known data, have tactical numbers D-308 and D-2110.

    Presumably, these are the first boats of the project 02510 (BK-16), built within the contract of Kalashnikov Concern, concluded in 2017, to supply the Russian Defense Ministry with six boats of the BK-16 project and ten boats of the BK-10 project. BK-16 and BK-10 is carried out by Rybinsk Shipyard JSC (Rybinsk, Yaroslavl Region, part of the Euroyakhting Group of Companies, the controlling interest of which belongs to Kalashnikov Concern JSC).

    Earlier, according to the known information, in 2015-2017, the Ministry of Defense of Russia received four cutters of the project 02510 (BK-16), three of which are on the Black Sea. The head boat of this project D-296 with serial number 01 was built by JSC "Rybinsk shipyard" in 2014 and transferred to the Russian Navy after the completion of tests in June 2015 on the Black Sea. October 10, 2017 head boat crashed in Sevastopol.

    Also on the Black Sea there are two larger boats of the BK-18 project, constructed in 2017 by Rybinsk Shipyard JSC.

    The project boat BK-16 (project 02510), developed by Rybinsk Shipyard, is another Russian clone of the famous Swedish small combat boats of the CombatBoat 90 (CB 90) project developed by Dockstavarvet, and competes with another SV 90 clone, serially under construction for the Russian Navy - project 03160 ("Raptor") boat of the construction of JSC "Leningrad Shipyard Pella".

    Simultaneously, on February 24, a ceremony was held in Severomorsk for the awarding of the name "Valery Fedyanin" to the anti-sabotage patrol boat of the Northern Fleet P-430 of project 21980 (code "Grachonok") in honor of the commander of the 61st Separate Marine Brigade of the Northern Fleet, Colonel V., who died in Syria in September 2017 AT. Fedyanin. This is the fourth boat of the project 21980 (serial number 01224) built by JSC Shipbuilding Plant Vympel (Rybinsk), which was handed over to the Russian Navy on November 9, 2017.



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    Very few boats under construction really. I think Sweden has about 150 CB90 in service.
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  George1 on Sat Mar 17, 2018 11:52 am

    The Armament Support Ship "Vladimir Pyalov" of project 20360M

    March 15, 2018 at the Shipyard Brothers Nobel LLC in Rybinsk (Yaroslavl region), a ceremony was held for the Russian Navy to build the naval armament transport "Vladimir Pyalov" (plant number 01552) of project 20360M. The vessel was named in honor of the designer of nuclear submarines, the general designer of JSC "SPMBM" Malakhit "VN. Pylova (1934 - 2017). The date of delivery is 2020, it is assumed that the vessel will be part of the Baltic Fleet.



    The construction of the seagoing weapons transport "Vladimir Pyalov" is carried out within the framework of the contract of the Ministry of Defense of Russia for the construction of two transports of project 20360M, concluded on March 25, 2016 with JSC Shipyard "Vympel" (Rybinsk), and this vessel is the second under this contract. The main transport of the project 20360M "Gennady Dmitriev" (serial number 01551) under this contract was laid at the shipyard "Vympel", its delivery is scheduled for November 2019 with the entry into the Black Sea Fleet. The developer of the project 20360M is JSC "Design Bureau" Vympel "(Nizhny Novgorod)

    The hull of the second transport "Vladimir Pyalov" under this contract is now being built on the production site of the Nobel Brothers Shipyard. This division of work became possible due to the fact that both of these enterprises are now controlled by JSC Concern Kalashnikov (VKPEL - 33%, and Nobel Brothers Shipyard, newly acquired - 100%). At the ceremony, it was reported that in April 2018, the association "Nobel Brothers Shipyards" and the Vympel shipyard should be implemented.

    It should be recalled that in November 2015, the Vympel Shipyard signed an agreement with the Vympel Design Bureau for the supply of documentation for the construction of an armament transport based on Project 20360. The agreement was signed as part of a state contract between the VYMPEL and the Russian Ministry of Defense, in turn, was concluded in pursuance of the decision of the Ministry of Defense of August 3, 2015, No. 235/1/19954 "On the adjustment of the technical design and construction of the modernized for the technical requirements of the RF Ministry of Defense, KTA 20360 ". The revised design is assigned the index of 20360M. The cost of KB works was estimated at 309.5 million rubles.

    Project 20360M is thus a revised version of the project 20360 (Dubnjak cipher), which was recognized as unsuccessful, originally considered a floating crane-loader of discharge cargoes. From the construction of two 20360 ships under the contract for Okskaya Shipyard (Navashino, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast), which was started under the 2004 contract, after the long completion and testing in 2013, only the main one as the transport vehicle for the VTR-79 was introduced into the Caspian flotilla, and the second was then completed at JSC "Shipbuilding Plant" Volga "in Nizhny Novgorod for a revised project as an experimental vessel for testing torpedo armament" Victor Cherok "project 20360OC and transferred to the Russian Navy in 2016.







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    Post  SeigSoloyvov on Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:23 pm

    It's a good supply ship tho they need to build many more of these for all their fleets.

    Supply ships are just has important as combat ships.

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    Post  Peŕrier on Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:34 pm

    Those are not fleet replenisher or logistic support ships.

    They are nutshells, displacing like small corvettes, whose mission is to move ordnance to Navy's bases and from base's depots to warships anchored in the harbour.

    More than one or at most two for each major naval bases is not needed.
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    Post  George1 on Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:57 pm

    Proekt (project) 23120 Arctic auxiliary ship Elbrus is officially transferred to the Northern Fleet (SF) (N.B. Some 3.5 years behind schedule)

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    Post  George1 on Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:21 am

    A new boat of the Raptor type was launched

    As reported on April 11, 2018, JSC "Leningrad Shipyard Pella" (Otradnoe, Leningrad region), it carried out the launch of the next built for the Russian Navy "patrol boat" project 03160 (code "Raptor") with the building number 714. It is reported that, that after completion of the necessary tests, the boat will be handed over to the State Customer and incorporated into the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Federation.



    This is the first boat of the project 03160, built by the Pella plant in 2018, and the sixth, built under the contract for the construction of eight boats of this type, concluded with the Russian Defense Ministry in May 2016. Earlier, two boats for this contract P-415 and P-425 (building numbers 709 and 711) were launched at Pella in December 2016 and joined the Black Sea Fleet on May 8, 2017, and two more P-413 boats were lowered on December 14, 2016) and P-345 (building number 712, launched on May 30, 2017) were transferred to the Baltic Fleet. Another boat (building number 713) was launched on August 24, 2017 and is planned to be put into the Caspian Flotilla.

    Earlier, under the previous contract in 2014, the Pella plant passed to the Ministry of Defense of Russia eight project 03160 vessels during 2015 - four planned for the 2014 program, and four for the 2015 program. Of these boats, seven (building numbers from 701 to 705 and from 707 to 708) are officially listed as part of the Russian Navy counter-sabotage boats. In fact, according to known data, these boats are used in fleets as part of naval reconnaissance points for special purposes. Of these, two boats (P-280 and P-281, the corresponding building numbers 705 and 704) are part of the Baltic Fleet, based on Kronstadt, and the remaining five (P-274, P-275, P-276, P-838, P-845) - are part of the Black Sea Fleet, based on Novorossiysk and Sevastopol.

    Another cutter of project 03160 P-344 with building number 706, commissioned in August 2015, was built in the form of a communications boat - in fact, as a traveling boat for VIP transport. Formally considered to be part of the Baltic Fleet, the P-344 boat is permanently moored at the DBR-481 berthing berth complex-project 02590 of the National Defense Management Center of the Russian Federation on the Frunzenskaya Embankment of the Moskva River, and, apparently, is used as a personal patrol boat by the Minister of Defense Russia. As a traveling boat for VIP transportation, the above mentioned P-413 boat was completed.

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    Post  George1 on Fri Apr 27, 2018 11:26 pm

    2nd Pr.18280 Russian intelligence gathering ship Ivan Khurs has completed shipbuilder's sea trial in the Baltic today. MoD testing to commence mid-May 2018.
    Relatively recent sea trials images.

    http://www.nordsy.spb.ru/pressroom/17806/



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    Post  George1 on Wed May 16, 2018 1:59 am

    The first "Grachonok" for Rosgvardia was laid


     On May 15, 2018, the ceremony of laying the first special-purpose boat (anti-sabotage boat) of project 21980 (code "Grachonok") with serial number 01225 for the Federal service of the troops of the National Guard of the Russian Federation (Rosgvardia) took part in the ceremony. Head of the Department for the Protection of Objects in the Waters of the State Directorate for the Protection of Objects of Rosgvardia, Rear Admiral Andrei Shataev.



     At the end of 2017, Rosgvardia signed on a competitive basis with JSC Shipbuilding Plant Vympel a contract worth 4.1 billion rubles for the delivery of four anti-sabotage boats of Project 21980 for the military unit in the Crimea (Sevastopol). The delivery time for ships is November 1, 2019. Officially, the boats are designed "to carry out special tasks in the sphere of activity of the troops of the national guard of the Russian Federation", but were actually ordered by Rosgvardia to protect the Kerch bridge. This will be the first boat of the project 21980 as part of Rosgvardia.

    On the bmpd side, we remind that at present there have been ordered 22 anti-sabotage boats of the project 21980 for the Russian Navy, of which 16 boats have been commissioned since 2010 (eight were built at JSC Zelenodolsky Plant named after AM Gorky in Zelenodolsk, four - to JSC "Shipyard" Vympel "in Rybinsk and JSC" Vostochnaya Verf "in Vladivostok). Of these 16 boats, six are in the Black Sea fleet, four - in the Northern and Pacific fleets, and one each - as part of the Baltic Fleet and the Caspian Flotilla.

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    Post  George1 on Thu May 17, 2018 6:39 am

    Concern "RUSELPROM" has manufactured power plants for cable ships of Project 15310


    Vessels of project 15310 - "Volga" and "Vyatka" are ocean-class cable-laying machines. They are designed for laying, lifting and repair of submarine fiber-optic cable communication lines, including, for conditions of the Far North. Previously, such vessels were not built in Russia, but were bought abroad. The development and manufacture of ships that will withstand severe arctic conditions will ensure stable communication and electrification of remote and hard-to-reach land areas.



    A series of two cable ships of project 15310 are being built by the order of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. By order of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy of the Russian Federation, the vessels were named "Volga" and "Vyatka". Both vessels were laid on January 6, 2015, the first is scheduled for delivery in 2018, and the second - for 2019.

    The cable ships of Project 15310 have the following characteristics:

    deadweight - about 8000 tons,
    length - about 140 meters,
    width - about 19 meters,
    sediment - about 4 meters,
    Autonomy of the course is about 50 days.

    Vessels are equipped with a set of cable laying equipment that provides automated cable laying from the stern of the vessel and repair of the cable from the nose. There is also a set of equipment that provides and is involved in the process of cable laying in ice conditions. To store the cable to be laid, there are two main cable tents and two backup cables, the total weight of the cable being loaded reaches about 5500 tons.

    The developed integrated system will combine all ship automation, including specialized mechanisms for laying the cable. It will also ensure the navigational safety of the ship. The features of the developed cable ship distinguish it from typical cable ships, in particular those offered by foreign companies, and give it the status of "unparalleled in its class"

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    Post  George1 on Fri May 18, 2018 1:26 pm

    The head hydrographic boat "Georgy Zima" project 23040G

    On May 17, 2018, OAO Nizhny Novgorod Teplokhod Plant (the city of Bor of the Nizhny Novgorod Region) launched the ceremony of the head large hydrographic boat "Georgy Zima", project 23040G (factory number 1201) under construction for the Russian Navy. At the same time, the ceremony of putting out the second boat of this project "Alexander Evlanov" (serial number 1202) and the ceremonial laying of the third and fourth launches of the 23040G project Vladimir Kozitsky and Boris Slobodnik (factory numbers 1203 and 1204) were held from the enterprise's workshop and baptism.

    OJSC "Zavod Nizhegorodskiy Teplokhod" in March 2016 signed a contract with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation for the construction of six large hydro-graphic launches of the project 23040G, with delivery by the end of 2019. The first two boats with factory numbers 1201 and 1202, named "Georgy Zima" and "Alexander Yevlanov" in April 2018, were planted on August 16, 2016. Now the transfer of both boats to the fleet is scheduled for November 2018, they must be included in the Baltic Fleet. It should be noted that, apparently, the construction of boats is delayed in time, as it was initially claimed that the main boat should be handed over to the Navy within a year and a half since the signing of the contract.

    The head boat was named in honor of Georgy Ivanovich Zima, captain of the 1st rank, head of the hydrographic department of the Red Banner Baltic Fleet in the Great Patriotic War.

    The second boat "Alexander Evlanov" (serial number 1202) should be launched at the end of May 2018.

    The project 23040G boat was developed by PKB Petrobalt LLC (St. Petersburg) and is the further development of raiding boats of the complex emergency rescue project 23040 for the Russian Navy Plant "Nizhny Novgorod Ship" for the Russian Navy. The enterprise has already built 16 boats for the Ministry of Defense of the complex rescue project 23040 (factory numbers from 1101 to 1116), surrendered in 2013-2015, and in March 2016 received a contract for the construction of six more boats for the Navy project 23040 (factory numbers from 1117 to 1122), the first two of them were delivered in July 2017, and two more RVK-1239 and RVK-1261 (factory numbers 1119 and 1120) were shipped from the plant also on May 17, 2018.

    The large hydrographic boat of the project 23040G has a displacement of 153.7 tons empty, a total displacement of 192.7 tons, a longest length of 33.04 meters, a width of 6.8 meters and an average draft of 1.6 meters. The boat must be equipped with two diesel engines with a capacity of 248 kW and have a full speed of 12.7 knots.

    The purpose of the boat is high-precision ground-based survey of the bottom relief and survey of navigational hazards at depths up to 400 meters and survey of the bottom relief by single-beam echosounder at depths up to 2000 meters; Maintenance of all types of floating warning signs (hereinafter referred to as "SCR"); setting / shooting of all types of PPZ up to 1.7 tons and length up to 6.5 meters; delivery of personnel, food, spare parts and repair brigades to the shore facilities of navigation equipment; navigation and hydrographic support of rescue and search operations; pilotage and leading of submarines and large-tonnage ships at the points of origin and approaches to them.





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    Post  George1 on Fri May 18, 2018 1:27 pm

    The medium marine tanker "Akademik Pashin" of Project 23130 went to the factory sea trials


    On May 17, 2018, the main marine tanker "Akademik Pashin", project 23130, built for the Russian Navy at the Nevsky Shipbuilding and Shiprepairing Plant (Shlisselburg, Leningrad region), went to the Ladoga Lake for shipping trials.



    LLC "Nevsky Shipbuilding and Shiprepairing Plant" received a contract of the Russian Defense Ministry worth 2.978 billion rubles for the construction of the main naval tanker of Project 23130 on November 1, 2013. The tanker is designed for the Northern Fleet, based in Murmansk. The ceremony of laying the tanker "Academician Pashin" (plant number 901) under this contract was made at the plant on April 26, 2014. The tanker was withdrawn from the plant's shed on March 18, 2016 and launched on May 26, 2016.

    It should be noted that according to the terms of the contract, the ship was to be launched in July 2015, and the end of the factory running and state tests was scheduled for October 2016, the vessel was to be delivered to the customer by November 25, 2016. Thus, the construction of the tanker is delayed by approximately two years from the contractual terms.

    At the ceremony of laying the tanker "Academician Pashin" in April 2014, the then commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral V.V. Chirkov said that it was intended to build four such vessels for the Navy. However, there is no information on the construction of a second tanker at the plant.

    Project 23130 is developed on a competitive basis by ZAO Spetssudoproekt. The 9000 dwt tanker has the longest length of 130 m, a width of 21.5 m, a draft of 7 m, a cruising range of up to 8,000 miles, autonomy of 60 days, and a crew of 24 people. The speed of the ship in full load at a maximum draft of 16 knots. It was planned to use imported engines as the main diesel power plant.

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    Post  George1 on Mon May 21, 2018 12:23 am

    The medium marine tanker "Akademik Pashin" of project 23130 at the factory sea trials


    The first public photos of the head marine tanker "Akademik Pashin" project 23130 at the factory running tests on the Ladoga Lake. The tanker was built for the Russian Navy at OOO Nevsky Shipbuilding and Shiprepairing Plant (Shlisselburg, Leningrad region) and was first introduced to factory sea trials on May 17, 2018.







    It should be reminded that OOO Nevsky Shipbuilding and Shiprepairing Plant received a contract of the Russian Defense Ministry worth 2.978 billion rubles for the construction of the main marine tanker of Project 23130 on November 1, The tanker is designed for the Northern Fleet, based in Murmansk. The ceremony of laying the tanker "Academician Pashin" (plant number 901) under this contract was made at the plant on April 26, 2014. The tanker was withdrawn from the plant's shed on March 18, 2016 and launched on May 26, 2016.

    It should be noted that according to the terms of the contract, the ship was to be launched in July 2015, and the end of the factory running and state tests was scheduled for October 2016, the vessel was to be delivered to the customer by November 25, 2016. Thus, the construction of the tanker was carried out with a delay of approximately two years from the contractual terms.

    At the ceremony of laying the tanker "Academician Pashin" in April 2014, the then commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral V.V. Chirkov said that all for the Navy is supposed to build four such vessels. However, there is no information on the construction of a second tanker at the Shlisselburg plant.

    Project 23130 was developed by ZAO Spetssudoproekt. The 9000 tn tanker has the length of 130 m, a width of 21.5 m, a draft of 7 m, a cruising range of up to 8,000 miles, autonomy of 60 days, and a crew of 24 people. The speed of the ship in full load at a maximum draft of 16 knots. It was planned to use imported engines as the main diesel power plant.

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3207356.html
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    Post  George1 on Wed Jun 27, 2018 12:23 am

    "With a ceremonial St. Andrew's flag hoisting ceremony on June 25, 2018 on board of the Ivan Khurs, the Yuriy Ivanov-class reconnaissance ship of Project 18280 built at St. Petersburg based "Severnaya Verf" ('Northern Shipyard') has officially entered service with the Russian Black Sea Navy. This is the second of Project 18280 series. "

    http://en.portnews.ru/news/260306/


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    Post  Hole on Wed Jun 27, 2018 9:09 pm



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    Post  George1 on Sun Jul 08, 2018 2:15 pm

    On June 28, 2018, the Shipyard and Shipbuilding Corporation (Gorodets, Nizhny Novgorod region, the former Gorodets Shipyard) announced that a solemn laying ceremony for the needs of the Russian Navy of a special marine vessel project 14400 (construction number 1440) for the training of crews of naval helicopters for flights in ship conditions.



    The customer of the project 14400 vessel is the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Krylov State Research Center", the project was developed by the Central Design Bureau "Baltsuudoproekt" (part of the "Krylov State Research Center").

    On the bmpd side, recall that in 2017 a similar in designation and design solutions, the Sycamore training helicopter project MTV 2300 was commissioned for the Australian fleet. Sycamore was built by order of the Australian Ministry of Defense shipbuilding group Damen Shipyards Group at its shipyard in Vietnam and is operated on a contract basis by the Australian company Serco Defense with a civilian crew.

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3264471.html

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

    Post  miroslav on Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:58 pm



    The second one at Pella isn't far behind.

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

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