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

    Post  George1 on Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:36 am

    Built on "Severnaya Verf" head supply vessel project 23120, called "Elbrus", will travel to Murmansk until the end of February 2016.

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    Post  George1 on Sat Dec 19, 2015 7:55 am

    Maritime weapons transport "Academic Kovalev", project 20180TV (20181), transferred to Russian Navy



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

    Post  George1 on Fri Dec 25, 2015 3:41 pm

    St. Andrew's flag is raised on the first rescue ship for the Russian Navy, "Igor Belousov"


    The cost of the vessel exceeds 10 billion rubles At the ceremony lifting Navy flag during the ceremony of transfer of rescue ship "Igor Belousov", equipped with deep-sea diving systems GVK-450

    PETERSBURG, December 25th. / TASS /. The first-in-class salvage ship "Igor Belousov" entered the combat strength of the Navy of Russia, reports Trend. TASS with a ceremony at the "Admiralty Shipyards".
    The event was attended by the general director Alexander Buzakov shipyards, Deputy Navy Commander for Armaments Vice-Admiral Viktor Bursuc, industry.
    "Thank you for New Year gift that you have made the Russian Navy. The ship fleet was waiting for a very long time. With its creation have been used all the advanced ideas, accumulated over many years", - said Bursuc, referring to the shipbuilders.
    The cost of "Igor Belousov" more than 10 billion rubles., Said Victor Bursuc. Victor Bursuc also said that the Russian Navy plans to send a rescue ship "Igor Belousov" from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok via Northern Sea Route, and "through all the oceans."
    "The final route of the ship has not yet been approved, but most likely, it goes along the Northern Sea Route, and through all the oceans - in order to re-check the ship at different latitudes. The transition plan in the spring of 2016," - said Bursuc.

    About ship


    "Igor Belousov" will go to the Pacific Fleet. Rescue ship is included in the rescue squad of the Russian Navy with basing in Vladivostok. Now the Navy is considering the continuation of the construction of a series of vessels of this class. Maritime search and rescue vessel "Igor Belousov", under construction by the order of the Defense Ministry, was laid in December 2005. The ship is designed JSC "CMDB" Almaz "(Project 21300) and is intended to rescue the crews of submarines in distress, lying on the ground or are on the surface, as well as to the viability of the crew saves the ship.

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    Project 21300 (Igor Belousov) search-and-rescue ships

    Post  Backinblack on Mon Dec 28, 2015 10:32 am

    The up-to-date search-and-rescue ship Igor Belousov built at the Admiralteyskie Verfi shipyard in Saint Petersburg was officially handed over to the Russian Navy on Friday, December 25.

    The ship joined the 79th Unit of the Pacific Fleet’s Emergency Response and Rescue Force based in Vladivostok. The ship will be deployed to the Pacific Fleet in spring.

    The rescuer’s cost amounted to 10 bln roubles, said Viktor Bursuk, Navy Deputy Commander-in-Chief for Armament at the handover ceremony. He announced a four-ship series of this project. It is planned to lay the keel of the next ship in 2017, after gaining of practical experience on the Igor Belousov.

    The ship is designed for rescue of wrecked submarine crews. She is equipped with the GVK-450 deep-sea diving system developed by the Russian company Tetis Pro in cooperation with Divex, Scotland.

    The deep-sea rescue system provides operation of 12 divers by 3-men shifts at depths down to 450 meters, six hours per day during three weeks with the further one-time decompression, and for rehabilitation of submariners either escaped from wrecked submarines by the onboard rescue system Bester or left her independently (in a surfacing cabin or by free ascent).

    As a reminder, the Russian nuclear-powered submarine Kursk sank on August 12, 2000 in the Barents Sea at the depth of 108 meters. Rescue facilities available to the Russian Navy at that time failed to rescue the submariners.

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    Project 21300 (Igor Belousov) search-and-rescue ships

    Post  Backinblack on Mon Jan 11, 2016 10:43 am

    General characteristics of Project 21300 rescue ship

    Length (on designed waterline), meters 97,8
    Beam (on designed waterline), meters 17,2
    Amidships depth, meters 10,6
    Displacement, tons 50,37
    Full speed, knots 15
    Seaworthiness, Beaufort force:
    - idle navigation - unlimited
    - lowering/lifting of deep-sea rescue vehicle - 3-4
    - lowering/lifting of diving bell - 5

    Cruising range at total fuel capacity, nautical miles 3500
    Life-support endurance, days
    - for crews - 30
    - for rescued people - 10
    Crew, men 96
    Accommodation capacity, men 120 (including 60 in decompression chambers)

    Navigation equipment automated navigation system, navigation underwater sound system, hydrometeorological facilities
    Hydroacoustic equipment search sonar, underwater communication sonar, navigation sonar, hydrology measuring facilities
    Optoelectronic detection equipment multifunctional optoelectronic and television system

    Rescue ship Igor Belousov was officially laid down by the beginning of 2006. Initial financing for construction determined by the state contract was RUR 6.4 bln. That sum also included development cost of diving system.

    Ship was officially handed over to the Russian Navy on December 25, 2015.

    History of building: http://rusnavy.com/nowadays/concept/analysis/norescue/

    Will New Russian Ship Manage to Save “Kursk”?: http://mil.today/2015/Weapons15/
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    Proekt 21300

    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Mon Jan 11, 2016 11:12 am

    Backinblack wrote:General characteristics of Project 21300 rescue ship

    Length (on designed waterline), meters 97,8
    Beam (on designed waterline), meters 17,2
    Amidships depth, meters 10,6
    Displacement, tons 5,037
    Full speed, knots 15
    Seaworthiness, Beaufort force:
    - idle navigation - unlimited
    - lowering/lifting of deep-sea rescue vehicle - 3-4
    - lowering/lifting of diving bell - 5

    Cruising range at total fuel capacity, nautical miles 3500
    Life-support endurance, days
    - for crews - 30
    - for rescued people - 10
    Crew, men 96
    Accommodation capacity, men 120 (including 60 in decompression chambers)

    Navigation equipment automated navigation system, navigation underwater sound system, hydrometeorological facilities
    Hydroacoustic equipment search sonar, underwater communication sonar, navigation sonar, hydrology measuring facilities
    Optoelectronic detection equipment multifunctional optoelectronic and television system

    Rescue ship Igor Belousov was officially laid down by the beginning of 2006. Initial financing for construction determined by the state contract was RUR 6.4 bln. That sum also included development cost of diving system.

    Ship was officially handed over to the Russian Navy on December 25, 2015.

    History of building: http://rusnavy.com/nowadays/concept/analysis/norescue/

    Will New Russian Ship Manage to Save “Kursk”?: http://mil.today/2015/Weapons15/
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  Isos on Tue Jan 12, 2016 6:28 pm

    George1 wrote:Maritime weapons transport "Academic Kovalev", project 20180TV (20181), transferred to Russian Navy


    Can it load missiles on other combat ships ? what are russian ship that can suplly combat ship with weapons ?
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  George1 on Tue Jan 12, 2016 6:31 pm

    Isos wrote:

    Can it load missiles on other combat ships ? what are russian ship that can suplly combat ship with weapons ?

    i think its role is to tansport smaller naval ships to other countries/places


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

    Post  GarryB on Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:57 am

    That large crane will allow large pallets of ammo and stores to be transferred I suspect... probably including missiles for the UKSK vertical launch system...

    It would be used to resupply Russian military vessels at sea with weapons... so this vessel could meet a destroyer in the persian gulf and rearm it with cruise missiles after it has launched an attack so it can be fully armed and ready to engage more targets without returning to port.


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    Minesweepers, other Auxilliary vessels and naval ships

    Post  PapaDragon on Tue Mar 15, 2016 5:29 pm


    Russia's Brand New Arctic Tanker to Plough the Seas in April

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160315/1036306305/russia-tanker-bulgakov.html#ixzz42zBdJQl3

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

    Post  George1 on Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:54 pm

    Plant "Yantar" in Kaliningrad to build a second oceanographic ship "Diamond"

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    Post  George1 on Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:03 am

    Medium sea tanker "Akademik Pashin" Project 23130 "Academician Pashin"float out of dock. Launching of the tanker, according to several reports, expected in April 2016.



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    Post  George1 on Sat Apr 09, 2016 1:18 pm

    The contract, for the construction of two maritime transport arms units (MTV) of 20360M project, was signed.

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/1839814.html


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

    Post  George1 on Sat Apr 30, 2016 3:20 am

    Minesweeper "Alexander Obukhov" finally came to the factory sea trials





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

    Post  George1 on Sun May 15, 2016 1:38 pm

    Russian Navy to Receive Over 10 Raptor Patrol Boats by Late 2018

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    Post  George1 on Wed May 25, 2016 4:21 am

    Russia to Launch Second Aleksandrit-Сlass Minesweeper Ship on July 29

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

    Post  George1 on Fri May 27, 2016 8:33 am

    Launching of the sea tanker "Academician Pashin"

    As reported on May 26, 2016 LLC "Nevsky Shipyard" (Shlisselburg, Leningrad Oblast) hosted launch of medium sea tanker "Akademik Pashin", project 23130.



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    Post  Dima on Mon May 30, 2016 9:22 pm

    From Nevsky Shipyard
    Nevsky Shipyard launched the medium-sized sea tanker “Academician Pashin”
    On May 26th 2016 Nevsky Shipyard launched the medium-sized sea tanker “Academician Pashin” (23130 project).

    Tanker “Academician Pashin” is the biggest vessel ever launched at Nevsky Shipyard for more than its centenary history.

    A lot of work on modernization of the Shipyard slip was done before the tanker launching. Because of completed works the weight of launched vessels has increased up to 4 000 tons, and their length has reached 150 meters.

    The construction of the ship is being carried out in accordance with the State Contract for the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation. The project is developed by Spetssudoproect, JSC.

    Good snaps from the site. Posting it all coz I loved it.  Very Happy





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    Post  Dima on Mon May 30, 2016 10:51 pm

    For those who have info on these...

    Project 23130 (April 2014, Nevsky) and Project 23131 (Dec 2014, Zaliv) are both tanker projects and there was some reports of construction of Project 23131 having stopped at Zaliv shipyard in Kerch.

    So what had happened and what did I miss?  confused
    Is there still any project for tankers going on @ Zaliv?

    Laying down @ Zaliv
    http://www.kerch.com.ru/articleview.aspx?id=43298



    From the above article the 23131 spec quoted was 145 meters long with a beam of 24 meters, deadweight – 12,000 tons, which are from translated text.
    That deadweight looks misquoted (?), as the 23130 have a deadweight of 5,000t and 9,000t @ 7m draught to make up its 14,000t max displacement.

    Or is it a new larger tanker whose deadweight is 12,000t? In which case it translates into a tanker with more than 20,000 ton max displacement.

    For comparison, Indian Navy's newer Italian built fleet tanker (which used commercial standard steel, developed crack in hull in rough seas near Portugal during her voyage to India accompanying INS Vikramaditya) have an overall length of 175 meter, beam of 25 meter with a displacement of 27,000 tonnes maximum.

    Also, repeating a question that I had asked earlier. Does anyone have any info regarding what design Russia had submitted for Indian Navy's fleet tanker requirements?
    Or is it the 23131 that Russia offered?
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    Post  George1 on Mon May 30, 2016 11:09 pm

    23131 i think is an improvement of 23130. Its bigger in length by 15m


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    Post  Dima on Tue May 31, 2016 9:48 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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    Post  PapaDragon on Thu Jun 09, 2016 10:19 pm


    Oceanographic vessel "Almaz" laid down in Kaliningrad:

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




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

    Post  Militarov on Sat Jun 11, 2016 5:20 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 6:19 pm


    ^^^ Will this be used as basis for that Arctic Patrol Vessel? Size seems comparable.
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    Re: Auxilliary vessels, Special-purpose and minor naval ships

    Post  Big_Gazza on Sun Jun 12, 2016 4:06 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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