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    Russian Naval Construction Plans and Numbers

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    Post  Podlodka77 Tue Nov 29, 2022 1:29 am

    Ships and submarines (marked with black letters) under construction from the date of keel laying, as well as ships launched and undergoing sea trials...
    Project 22160 patrol ships are not on the list, nor are project 12700 minesweepers.

    2000s
    1. B-586 "Kronshtadt" (Project 677); under construction from 28.07.2005 (construction was stopped and then started again) ; Sea trials,

    In total; 1

    2010s

    2. Project 22350 frigate "Admiral Golovko", laid down on 01.02.2012; SEA TRIALS,
    3. Project 20385 corvette "Prvovorniy", laid down on 25.07.2013; Under construction,
    4. Project 22350 frigate "Admiral Isakov", laid down on 14.11.2013; Under construction,
    5. B-XXX "Khabarovsk", project 09851 SPNS (special purpose nuclear submarine), in construction since 27.07.2014,
    6. Project 20380 corvette "Merkuriy", laid down on 20.02.2015; SEA TRIALS,
    7. Project 20380 corvette "Strogiy", laid down on 20.02.2015; Under construction,
    8. K-564 "Arkhangelsk", project 885M "Yasen-M", in construction since 18.03.2015,
    9. K-XXX "Imperator Aleksandr III", project 955A "Borei-A", in construction since 18.12.2015,
    10 B-587 "Velikiye Luki" (677); UC from 19.03.2016,
    11.Project 22800 small missile ship (SMS) "Kozelsk", laid down on 10.05.2016; Launched,
    12. Project 20380 corvette "Rezkiy", laid down on 01.06.2016; SEA TRIALS,
    13. Project 22800 small missile ship "Tsiklon", laid down on 26.07.2016; SEA TRIALS,
    14. K-XXX "Perm", project 885M "Yasen-M",in construction since 29.07.2016,
    15. Project 22800 small missile ship "Askold", laid down on 21.09.2016; SEA TRIALS,
    16.Project 22800 small missile ship "Burya", laid down on 23.10.2016; SEA TRIALS,
    17.Project 20386 corvette "Derzkiy", laid down on 28.10.2016, Under construction, launched
    18. K-XXX "Knyaz Pozharskiy", project 955A "Borei-A", in construction since 23.12.2016,
    19. Project 22800 small missile ship "Okhotsk", laid down on 17.03.2017; Under construction,
    20. Project 23550 icebreaking patrol ship "Ivan Papanin", laid down on 19.04.2017; launched,
    21. Project 21631 small missile ship "Grad", laid down on 24.04.2017; SEA TRIALS,
    22. K-XXX "Ulyanovsk", project 885M "Yasen-M", in construction since 27.07.2017,
    23. Project 22800 small missile ship "Amur" , laid down on 30.07.2017; Under construction, launched,
    24. Project 22800 small missile ship "Vikhr", laid down on 19.12.2017; launched,
    25. Project 21631 small missile ship "Naro-Fominsk", laid down on 23.02.2018; UC,
    26. Project 21631 small missile ship "Stavropol", laid down on 12.07.2018; UC,
    27. Project 22800 "Tucha", laid down on 26.02.2019; UC,
    28. Project 22350 "Admiral Amelko", laid down on 23.04.2019; UC,
    29. Project 22350 "Admiral Chichagov", laid down on 23.04.2019; UC,
    30. Project 11711 landing ship "Vladimir Andreyev", laid down on 23.04.2019; UC,
    31. Project 11711 landing ship "Vasily Trushin", laid down on 23.04.2019; UC,
    32. Project 22800 "Rzhev", laid down on 01.07.2019; UC,
    33. Project 22800 "Udomlya", 01.07.2019; UC,
    34. Project 22800 "Taifun", 11.09.2019; UC,
    35. Project 23550 "Nikolai Zubov", 26.11.2019; UC,
    36. Project 22800 "Ussuriysk", 26.12.2019; UC,

    In total; 35
    Total tonnage; 189,277 tons


    2020s

    37. Project 23900 amphibious assault ship "Ivan Rogov", 20.07.2020; UC
    38. Project 23900 amphibious assault ship "Mitrofan Moskalenko", 20.07.2020; UC
    39. Project 22350 "Admiral Spiridonov", 20.07.2020; UC,
    40. Project 22350 "Admiral Yumashev", 20.07.2020; UC,
    41. K-XXX "Voronezh", project 885M "Yasen-M", in construction since 20.07.2020,
    42. K-XXX "Vladivostok", project 885M "Yasen-M", in construction since 20.07.2020,
    43. Project 22800 "Pavlovsk", 29.07.2020; UC,
    44. Project 20385 "Buiniy", 23.08.2021; UC,
    45. Project 20380 "Grozniy", 23.08.2021; UC,
    46. B-XXX "Mozhaysk" (636.3); UC from 23.08.2021, it will be launched by March next year,
    47. B-XXX "Yakutsk" (636.3); UC from 23.08.2021,
    48. K-XXX "Knayz Potemkin", project 955A "Borei-A",in construction since 23.08.2021,
    49. K-XXX "Dmitry Donskoy", project 955A "Borei-A", in construction since 23.08.2021.
    50. Project 20380 "Braviy", 29.09.2021; UC,
    51. B-XXX "Vologda" (677); UC from 12.06.2022,
    52. B-XXX "Yaroslavl" (677); UC from 12.06.2022.
    53. Project 20385 "Razumny", 12.06.2022; UC,
    54. Project 20385 "Bystriy", 04.07.2022; UC

    In total; 18
    Total tonnage; 192,910 tons
    It seems that in this decade, construction will be increased compared to the last decade.

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    Post  AMCXXL Tue Nov 29, 2022 11:04 am

    @Podlodka77
    I wouldn't rely too much on Navykorabel.ru as an extremely reliable source of information, as I think Deepstorm.ru is far more reliable about the Russian submarine fleet.
    Navykorabel.ru also deals with "prophecy" (building plans), while Deepstorm.ru does not. Very Happy
    Submarine "Nurlat" underwent a detailed overhaul from 2015-2019 and is still in the composition of the fleet, the same as B-464. If a submarine is not active (officially or unofficially), that still does not mean it is OFFICIALLY decommissioned.

    http://www.deepstorm.ru/DeepStorm.files/45-92/dts/877/list.htm

    Yes. I have known deepstorm.ru for a long time, about 20 years, since at least the time when the 971 Guepard was finished.

    The method is similar, they check the media and official contract publications to collect data
    Believe me that deepstorm steps behind NavyKorabel, who is more informed and has contacts on the ground, after all, anyone who lives in Vladivostok sees the ships through their window
    I have contacted him several times through his blog and much of the information, such as the scrapping of some ships, is collected from contacts on the ground, since the Ministry of Defense does not report the loss of ships

    About the 19th brigade, has 6 crews, I read somewhere that Pacific Fllet crews go to the west to training/test with new submarines and then return with the submarines to Pacific.
    Simply you have 6 crews for 9 ships, so only two 877 remaining operational in 19 brigade, simply we cannot know what ships are in reserve or retired until no more information

    A new SSK Brigade is projected for Kamchatka and in the 2030´s will receive Lada´s pr 677, but I think the crews will star the training several years before, so is posible the 877 in reserve will be sent to Kamchatka in the next years ad return to operational service

    It is reported in the blog that "Nurlat" and "Ust-Kamchatsk" entered Dalzavod in Vladivostok in May 2020 therefore they are not active but in dry dock or storage awaiting their turn for repairs or well for scrap. Time will tell
    This could be consistent if you want to send several submarines to Kamchatka after 6 submarines pr.636.6  are received in 19th Brigade at Ulysses Bay in Vladivostok.
    In addition, another 877 of the same brigade has necessarily had to go into reserve when the "Ufa" has entered the Navy

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    Post  Podlodka77 Thu Dec 01, 2022 5:54 pm

    Warships of the main classes of the Russian Navy as of 01.12.2022

    The change compared to November is the B-588 "Ufa", which recently joined the Russian Navy.
    In total ; 119 units, of which 58 are submarines, not counting "Bratsk".
    The list does not include submarines such as TK-208, BS-136 and BS-64 or those that have been in reserve for a long time, like the two 945 "Barracuda" submarines ..
    There are no ships with a full displacement of less than 2200 tons on the list, project 21631 "Buyan-M", project 22800 "Karakurt, project 22160, etc. In a way, it's ironic because now even such "small ships" have great offensive power.



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    Post  Arkanghelsk Fri Dec 02, 2022 3:11 pm

    Karakurt is most important for black sea, the Ines built at zaliv, zelendolsk, more ship yards

    But ships even at pella can sail down through canal to reach sea of azov and black sea

    Since the strait is closed to ships

    Alas 20380 ships built in black sea are good too

    Not sure if they can fit through canal and riverways
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    Post  Podlodka77 Mon Jan 02, 2023 7:12 pm

    Ships and submarines under construction for the Russian Navy.
    The news are as follows in relation to the previous lists ;
    * The frigate "Admiral Golovko" began sea trials.
    * Submarines K-553 "Generalissimus Suvorov" and B-588 "Ufa" did leave this list because they were handed over to the Russian Navy.
    * Submarines K-XXX "Emperor Alexander III" and B-587 "Velikiye Luki" were launched.

    The list states the assumption that the following units will enter active service this year ;
    * K-XXX "Emperor Alexander III" (955A),
    * K-571 "Krasnoyarsk (885M),
    * K-564 "Arkhanglesk" (885M); The submarine will probably be launched but will not enter active service this year.
    * B-586 "Kronshtadt" (677),
    * B-XXX "Mozhaysk"; the listing incorrectly indicated that it would be delivered next year. No doubt, it will be this year.
    * 22350 "Admiral Golovko"; testing of gas turbines has only recently begun and may continue into next year. The speed of construction of the next frigates depends on the success in the development and reliability of these turbines.
    * 20380 "Mercuriy",
    * 20380 "Rezkiy".

    One thing is certain, and that is that the delivery of submarines is at a much higher level.


    These units could be launched on water
    ;

    * K-XXX "Knyaz Pozharskiy" (955A);
    * K-564 "Arkhanglesk" (885M),
    * B or K-XXX "Khabarovsk" (09851)
    * K-XXX "Perm" (885M) ; little chance of that happening this year, but again, it's not impossible..
    * 22350 "Admiral Isakov",
    * 20380 "Strogiy".


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    DARK GREEN COLOR; handed over to the Russian Navy.
    LIGHT GREEN GREEN COLOR; launched, sea trials, state trials
    BLUE COLOR; under construction
    UNDEFINED COLOR; planned for construction, signed contract for construction..

    The list includes 40 ships and submarines (all units have a full displacement of over 2200 tons) under construction, of which 2 have been handed over to the Russian Navy and another 7 have been launched. This means that almost a quarter of the ships and submarines will soon be handed over to the Russian Navy.

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    Post  lancelot Mon Jan 02, 2023 8:33 pm

    I doubt there will be any major issues with the turbines. These things are bench tested for a long time before being put into serial production. What is way more likely is mistakes being made with the reduction gear or something like that.
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    Post  Podlodka77 Mon Jan 02, 2023 9:20 pm

    To Lancelot

    And the "izdeliye-30" engines for the Su-57 are bench tested, so they are not yet serially produced, right ?
    One is bench testing and the other is in real conditions.
    In any case, I did not criticize the 22350 project and the "Golovko" frigate, because I believe that the fact that "Golovko" is in seaworthy condition is more than a good indicator - the project is finally moving in a positive direction.
    The most difficult period for frigates 22350 has passed because "Golovko" has sailed.
    I do not consider it tragic if the testing of the turbines lasts 2 to 3 years, because something like that happens quite often when it comes to new systems.
    The moment the turbines prove their reliability, then we can expect a drastic acceleration of the construction of the 22350 project.
    Electronic equipment and all weapon systems were PROVEN on the frigates of that project, so the reliability of the gas turbines remained to be proven.

    You have an example of the first 955A submarine, that is, the improved Borei-A K-549 "Knyaz Vladimir", which passed the period from November 17, 2017, when it was launched, until June 12, 2020, when it became active.
    Second in line K-552 "Knyaz Oleg" was launched on 16 July 2020 and became operational on 21 December 2021.
    Recently, K-553 "Generalissimus Suvorov" (third in line "Borei-A") became active in less than a year after launching, because it was launched on January 11, 2022, and operational status was reached on December 25, 2022. Everything takes time.

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    Post  George1 Sun Jul 02, 2023 11:29 pm

    Construction of warships of the main classes for the Russian Navy as of 07/01/2023

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    Last Delta III SSBN seems withdrawn (reported converted to SSN?) as well as 4 Old Kilos as we have already said

    https://navy-korabel.livejournal.com/293386.html

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    Post  lancelot Mon Jul 03, 2023 12:40 am

    I think the talk that K-44 Ryazan was converted from an SSBN to an SSN as written in Wikipedia is BS.
    This submarine is just not needed anymore since there is a new Borei in the Pacific Fleet to replace it.

    The four Kilos, two in the Pacific Fleet, and another two in the Northern Fleet, well there were a lot of deliveries of the Improved Kilo to the Pacific Fleet. Four submarines. But the same thing did not happen to the Northern Fleet where the Ladas which were supposed to enter service have not. So I do not know what they are exactly thinking there.

    A couple years ago there was a massive emphasis put into upgrading the Black Sea Fleet. Then the Russo-Ukrainian conflict blew up. Now there seems to be a massive emphasis put into upgrading the Pacific Fleet.

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    Post  GarryB Mon Jul 03, 2023 3:06 am

    Wasn't one of the Delta IIIs converted to mothership for mini subs and the like... a replacement for the India class subs?
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    Post  Big_Gazza Mon Jul 03, 2023 11:05 am

    GarryB wrote:Wasn't one of the Delta IIIs converted to mothership for mini subs and the like... a replacement for the India class subs?

    Orenburg BS-136

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    Post  GarryB Mon Jul 03, 2023 1:04 pm

    I would suspect a Delta IIIs performance as an SSN would not really warrant its conversion and that they have quite a few other types of subs they could upgrade if they need more SSNs even temporarily.

    So if they are actually keeping that Delta III I wonder if they decided they needed another "India class" sub and that the conversion of the other Delta III was for a good reason and made sense to they are doing it again.

    It certainly makes sense to me that they would want more subs able to operate with mini subs and underwater drones and divers etc etc...

    Perhaps this sub has lots of life left in its reactor and it is more use as a mini sub mothership than as an SSBN...
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    Post  Mir Mon Jul 03, 2023 2:25 pm

    The Pacific Fleet is in dire need for SSN/SSGN's but the Delta III can surely not be considered for attack duties. It is more likely utilized as a training submarine? The K-44 was recently refurbished so it should have a good couple of years left.

    I doubt they will rebuild her into a second Orenburg or some kind of rescue submarine though. The Orenburg and the more modern Podmoskov'e are designed for special deep sea operations with naval Spetsnaz on board. and can operate covertly for months on end. The Pr.940 Lenok/India was designed for rescue missions and normally piggy backed two brightly coloured mini subs for the job.

    I'm sure they could have used it for covert ops as well but it had very limited underwater endurance and had to come up for air ever so often, negating any sustainable covert role.

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    Post  GarryB Tue Jul 04, 2023 3:40 am

    I'm sure they could have used it for covert ops as well but it had very limited underwater endurance and had to come up for air ever so often, negating any sustainable covert role.

    So critical lesson that future India class types need to be nukes even if they weren't originally designed as motherships and I suspect SSBNs of the Delta family have internal volume capacity for hangars and extra stuff to be carried covertly inside the sub rather than exposed and sitting on its back.

    Some of the jobs SSNs do is just listening and intel and creeping around quietly which an SSBN could do anyway with upgraded sonar.

    I dare say an SSBN could have its SLBM launch tubes replaced with other vertical launch tube types the way the US is converting some of its subs... just as a cheaper test than trying it with Akulas, which are way too big perhaps?
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    Post  Mir Tue Jul 04, 2023 10:11 am

    The K-44 would make for an excellent SSGN with a nice mixture of Tsirkon/Oniks and the new very long range 9M729 cruise missile though. Doubt it will ever happen though. I personally would have loved to see that type of conversion on the mighty Pr.941 Akula but sadly they are all gone now.  cry

    Any long range rescue submarine would have to be nuclear. The advantage of these unique rescue subs is that they can operate unhindered in any weather conditions, and a nuclear powered one would be vital for any Russian sub getting into trouble under the arctic ice.

    As far as Orenburg and Podmoskov'e - they had their missile housing removed but still utilize the huge flat surface available on their back for special underwater vessels and drones in a piggy back fashion.
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    Post  GarryB Wed Jul 05, 2023 9:21 am

    The Akulas are probably too expensive to run and therefore too risky as a test case for such a new type of vessel, perhaps making an experimental SSGN with an SSBN that is to be retired should have been tried 20 years ago... now there is no question the value of long range Russian cruise missiles and hypersonic anti ship or land attack weapons so there is clearly value there... it is a shame they couldn't have tested the idea a long time ago and then they would have the option of keeping an Akula class sub for the role because of its size would make it probably the best option for the role.

    The sub was huge and had plenty of recreation and social spaces including several swimming pools, an aviary, and libraries for the mental health of the crew... I would think as a platform to carry thunderbird (nuclear powered unlimited range cruise missiles) as a deterrent it would be most effective operating in very remote locations which would mean very long operational deployments to the southern oceans to attack targets from an unexpected direction would be most effective.

    Its crew size could be reduced significantly and the volume of space for missiles increased, but perhaps instead of so many swimming pools and libraries you could have a combined gym/computer lab for LAN games and exercise... so pedalling while playing counterstrike etc etc...

    They could do double service as control rooms for unmanned drones operating from the sub with VR consoles.

    With a Delta III now apparently available for testing and perhaps use as an SSGN maybe if it is a success they could also use the Delta IVs as they become available too.
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    Post  Podlodka77 Sun Nov 12, 2023 4:11 pm

    Delivery program - 2023

    Despite the decrease in shipbuilding activity caused by the priority of the SMO, the annual commissioning program promises to be very busy.
    Of the warships of the main classes, the Russian Navy has already received two corvettes, Project 20380 mod. III - "Mercury" (Black Sea Fleet, 13.05) and "Rezkiy" (Pacific Fleet, 14.09), - and by the end of the year it is planned to raise the flag on five more submarines and NK.

    1. SSBN pr. 955A "Emperor Alexander III" (Pacific Fleet). Having completed the launch of the Bulava SLBM on 05.11, the cruiser has actually completed the state testing program. All that remains is an audit, raising the flag and, already in 2024, the transfer of the 7th "Borey" (4th "Borey-A") from the Northern Fleet to the Pacific Fleet.

    2. APKR pr. 885M "Krasnoyarsk" (Pacific Fleet). On 07.11 it became known that a few days earlier the 4th "Yasen" (3rd "Yasen-M") was fired  from an underwater position with KRO missiles during state tests "Onyx" and "Caliber". Forecast for the near future - see paragraph 1.

    3. PLB (DEPL) pr. 677 "Kronstadt" (SF). The last official message (https://structure.mil.ru/structure/forces/navy/news/more.htm?id=12477059@egNews) about the progress of state tests of the submarine is dated 24.08, however, according to SCAP (port captain service system) St. Petersburg, after that "Kronstadt" went to sea twice more (last (http://skap.pasp.ru/Move/InOutMoveList/381082?harb=SPB) exit - 06.11).

    The announced transfer to the fleet of another submarine pr. 677 - "Velikiye Luki" - most likely will not happen this year, since the boat has not yet left on factory trials.

    4. PLB (diesel-electric submarine) project 636.3 "Mozhaisk" (Pacific Fleet). 03.09 during the ZHI, the boat sank to 190 m, after which, according to SCAP, it went out to sea for another 4 times. The final exit began on 10/27 and ended on 11/02. There are no visible problems with the transfer of the submarine to the fleet.

    5. FR pr. 22350 "Admiral Golovko" (SF). On March 31, the frigate completed the inter-fleet transition and arrived  in Severomorsk to continue (complete) ZHI and GI. It was planned that in mid-October the ship would return to the Northern Shipyard for inspection and transfer to the Navy, but this did not happen. Let's hope that the tests, which have been going on for a whole year, will be completed in a timely manner.

    https://t.me/navy_korabel/252

    49 more days until the end of the year.. half of this will not happen..
    God grant that I am wrong and that everything is delivered.

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    Post  George1 Tue Jan 02, 2024 1:22 pm

    Construction of main classes of warships for the Russian Navy as of 01/01/2024

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