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

    Post  George1 on Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:55 pm



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

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

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

    Oceanographic research vessel "Akademik Ageev" was launched





    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3030994.html


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

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

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


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    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3030994.html


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

    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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