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    Post  Arrow Mon Nov 28, 2022 9:53 am

    he Yantar plant will soon start building a new floating dock wrote:

    We see a great development of the shipbuilding industry in Russia. Severnaya Verf is being expanded, now Yantar, and Zaliv is also being modernized. Construction of a new super shipyard the size of Zviezda near St. Petersburg. It makes an impression Very Happy

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    Post  GarryB Tue Nov 29, 2022 1:26 am

    Well the clear situation is that Russia is going to have to become more of a maritime nation if it wants access to its world wide partners in trade.

    All their shipyards should be expanded where possible and upgraded and improved with all the latest technology they can manage for themselves... they should make it themselves... and the best way to improve things is to make it and put it everywhere so workers are familiar with the equipment no matter where they work.

    There are going to be lots of boats tiny to enormous, so there should be plenty of work, but yards that are the big important yards should be producing Frigates and Corvettes right now with a view that in 8 to 10 years they will be making destroyers and cruisers for the navy.

    The pieces will be getting bigger... the sonar systems and radar and EO equipment and ESM suite, plus the guns, and of course the number of missiles carried...

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    Post  Podlodka77 Sat Dec 10, 2022 7:41 am

    BMPD; December 9th, 8:41 pm

    The largest floating dock arrived in Russia


    According to the Federal Agency for Marine and River Transport of Russia (Rosmorrechflot), a new floating dock PD-100 with a carrying capacity of 100 thousand tons has arrived in Russia from the construction site in Qingdao (China), which will become the largest floating dock in Russia. On December 8, 2022, the dock was towed to Vladivostok for clearance, and on December 9, the floating dock PD-100 arrived at its destination in the waters of Chazhma Bay, Strelok Bay, Peter the Great Bay, where with the help of six tugboats it will be installed in its regular place.
    The dock was installed at JSC 30 Ship Repair Plant, where, as part of the plant’s modernization program, a modern production facility is being created to perform outfitting work and service (warranty) repairs of civilian ships as part of inter-factory cooperation with the Zvezda shipbuilding complex.

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    Towed to Vladivostok, a new floating dock PD-100 with a carrying capacity of 100 thousand tons, built in China in the interests of the Zvezda shipbuilding complex (Bolshoy Kamen), 08.12.2022 (с) Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport of Russia



    The PD-100 dock is to be operated in the interests of the Zvezda shipbuilding complex (Bolshoy Kamen, Primorsky Krai) and was built in Qingdao at the Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Company (BSIC), which is part of the Chinese state shipbuilding corporation China State Shipbuilding Corporation ( CSSC).

    Specifications PD-100:

    the greatest length is 351.4 m;
    maximum width - 95.5 m;
    height from the bottom to the top deck - 30.5 m;
    displacement during transport draft - 92.6 thousand tons.

    Recall that earlier, in July 2018, the Zvezda shipbuilding complex received the Vympel transport and transfer floating dock with a carrying capacity of 40,000 tons, also built in Qingdao at the Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Company (BSIC). Also in the interests of SSK Zvezda, a large floating dock PD-41 with a carrying capacity of 80 thousand tons, located in Chazhma Bay, built in 1978 in Japan, is used.

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/4626319.html

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    Post  Big_Gazza Mon Dec 12, 2022 4:31 am

    Better pic of the PD-100 Very Happy

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    Post  mnztr Sun Dec 25, 2022 1:01 am

    https://tass.com/russia/1555555

    wow big news!! RIP.

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    Post  GarryB Sun Dec 25, 2022 8:32 am

    Not that I like... thanks for sharing... RIP.
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    Post  mnztr Sun Dec 25, 2022 8:32 pm

    I don't pretend to understand what the impact would be, but certainly he had to be quite a key figure in organizing naval production.
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    Post  Hole Sun Dec 25, 2022 9:21 pm

    There are 20 guys to replace him. Minimum.
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    Post  GarryB Sun Dec 25, 2022 9:46 pm

    Plans are long term and changing plans are not simple or quick... most things are like aircraft engines and require half a decade to a decade of development before you can even think about putting them into production so a lot of prediction is needed to work out what you might want and what it might be up against in 10 or 20 years time, because it is not just about laying down and starting to build ships... you need places to operate them from, you need resources to keep them supplied and operational... one big shipyard is not good enough when all the commercial shipping is huge cargo ships and huge tankers and oilers that will need support and maintenance too, while destroyers and cruisers and aircraft carrier don't just need to be built, you need crews and missiles and aircraft etc etc and support ships to meet them half way round the world to keep them useful 24/7.

    This guy seems to have done a good job but I would guess it is a team that makes sure everything works and happens that needs to happen and as long as they put someone who is competent things should not change too much... except the split between west and Russia will mean many programmes will need to accelerate which means more funding but also more attention, so that is probably a good thing.

    They have been working all this time to adopt new ship building techniques and technology... they bought some from South Korea and also got some experience of French methods with the halves of the Mistral ships they built too, and spreading that production practise to as many shipyards as quickly as they can will boost their potential, but their new ship designs are modular and are designed to allow more bits to be added or changed so in theory they should be easier to design and build in serial production in a way they have never done before.

    Previous ships were all single purpose with backup self defence capacity except for cruisers which were big enough to have a variety of weapon types to perform a range of different missions.

    These days their Corvettes can have multirole launchers (UKSK) that include anti ship, anti air, anti sub, and even land attack which previous conventionally armed ships and subs were incapable of performing... and armed with 100mm guns normally carried by their destroyers.

    Their new Frigates have 130mm guns previously used on destroyers and cruisers...

    Their navy has traditionally been the poor cousin with a lack of funding and support, but now it is going to be probably the most useful because it will ensure Russian access to international trade partners via new sea lanes of communication and trade.
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    Post  Krepost Mon Dec 26, 2022 7:38 am

    Finally some news from Kerch Shipyard:

    Both Cable layers for the Navy, VOLGA and SVYUGA are now painted and being fitted.

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    Post  wilhelm Tue Dec 27, 2022 1:35 pm

    Any further news on the 23900 helicopter carriers Rogov and Moskalenko laid down in July 2020 at Zaliv?
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    Post  Podlodka77 Wed Dec 28, 2022 4:15 pm

    December 28, 09:59

    Patrol ship "Neustrashimy" completed tests in the Baltic after modernization
    According to the press service of the shipyard "Yantar", the ship is being prepared for transfer to the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Navy.

    KALININGRAD, December 28. /TASS/. Patrol ship of the Baltic Fleet "Neustrashimy" completed sea acceptance tests after modernization at the Baltic Shipyard (PSZ) "Yantar" in Kaliningrad, the press service of the shipyard reported on Wednesday in its Telegram channel.

    "Specialists of the Yantar Shipyard (part of the USC) have completed sea acceptance tests of the project 11540 Neustrashimy patrol ship after the completion of scheduled repairs and modernization," the report says.

    It is noted that during the tests on the ship, the operability of navigation aids, radar surveillance and target detection, an artillery complex, an anti-aircraft missile system, traffic control means, damage control means, means of radiation chemical and biological protection, communication complexes was checked.

    "In order to check the readiness of the ship to repulse the means of air attack of the enemy, the Neustrashimy ship fired an anti-aircraft missile system," the press service said.

    After the events, the ship is being prepared for transfer to the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Navy.

    TFR "Neustrashimy" - the lead ship of project 11540, built at the shipyard "Yantar" in 1990. Since 1991, it has been part of the Baltic Fleet.

    https://tass.ru/armiya-i-opk/16703771

    Google translator translates the text as "patrol ship" although it should properly be GUARD ship..


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    Post  ALAMO Wed Dec 28, 2022 4:17 pm

    Sad thing is that there were two more of this class unfinished, and towed away to the other bay in the shipyard where those are rusting for the last 25 years. Just hulls were left when I was there.
    Saw them both.

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    Post  Podlodka77 Wed Dec 28, 2022 4:24 pm

    There was one more project 11540 ship "Tuman" (Fog) but was never finished.....
    This is a text from April 2016


    Two warships with up to 50% technical readiness will be scrapped at the Yantar shipyard in Kaliningrad. This was announced today, April 15, by Eduard Yefimov, General Director of the enterprise, at a meeting with regional journalists at the Rossiyskaya Gazeta office.

    The Tuman patrol ship and the Borodino training ship, which was also originally designed as a patrol ship, will go on pins and needles. The ships laid down by the Russian Ministry of Defense in the 1990s were never completed and today the defense department has recognized them as obsolete.


    “For the plant, these ships are a burden, because they occupy our production areas,” Yefimov commented. “We could put other ships to these quay walls and deal with orders for the same Ministry of Defense or for a civilian customer.”

    IA REGNUM clarifies that the Tuman guard ship, named after the legendary ship-hero of the Great Patriotic War in the Northern Fleet, began to be built at Yantar in 1990, but at the end of 1993, due to the cessation of funding, work was stopped. At the same time, the overall technical readiness of the ship was 47%.



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    Post  Rodion_Romanovic Wed Dec 28, 2022 4:39 pm

    Exactly, probably Russia did not even have the engines for them. Furthermore they were an old project. It make sense to keep the ones already built operative, but there was too much to do to finish them and more modern ships had the priority.

    By the way, this was tuman in 2016.

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    Post  ALAMO Wed Dec 28, 2022 4:44 pm

    I'm trying to remind myself if the other hulk out there was Mudry, but you know, that was almost 30 years ago ...

    There were two hulls for sure, and none of those looked like what you showed Rodion scratch

    I suppose that the yard tried to get some interest from an export customer for a while, they have represented a few potential end-line solutions to those hulls. 11541 etc. So they have for sure invested in that, because both hulls I saw were lacking the superstructures.
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    Post  Podlodka77 Wed Dec 28, 2022 4:57 pm

    То Alamo

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    The hulls of the unfinished patrol ship Tuman of project 11540 and the training ship Borodino of project 12441U (originally the patrol ship Novik of project 12441) are now moored on board near the wall of PJSC Baltic Shipbuilding Plant Yantar. Kaliningrad, 11/14/2017 (c) kaliningradblog.livejournal.com

    There were also....


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    The hulls of the frigates "Admiral Istomin" (serial number 01361) and "Admiral Kornilov" (serial number 01362) of the modified project 11356, suspended by the construction, were launched at the Yantar Baltic Shipbuilding Plant PJSC. Kaliningrad, 11/14/2017 (c) kaliningradblog.livejournal .com

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fbmpd.livejournal.com%2F2955745.html&psig=AOvVaw3fD06h8HtB0J5bc9oEzPZH&ust=1672329099637000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CBEQjhxqFwoTCMih9ujVnPwCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAE

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    Post  Krepost Sun Jan 01, 2023 9:04 am

    Updates from Zaliv shipyard in Kerch:

    CORRECTION regarding my previous post:

    The second cabke layer's name is VYATKA (not SVYUGA).

    In this video:

    Both cable layers VOLGA and VYATKA are visible (they are painted and being fitted)
    Also the ferry PETROPAVLOVSK is seen being towed (also painted and being fitted)

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    Post  Big_Gazza Sun Jan 01, 2023 12:27 pm

    ALAMO wrote:I'm trying to remind myself if the other hulk out there was Mudry, but you know, that was almost 30 years ago ...

    There were two hulls for sure, and none of those looked like what you showed Rodion scratch

    I suppose that the yard tried to get some interest from an export customer for a while, they have represented a few potential end-line solutions to those hulls. 11541 etc. So they have for sure invested in that, because both hulls I saw were lacking the superstructures.

    Yeah, when the USSR folded the two unfinished hulls were Mudry and Tuman.  They completed Mudry as she was more complete but Tuman was mothballed.

    Podlodka77 wrote:The hulls of the unfinished patrol ship Tuman of project 11540 and the training ship Borodino of project 12441U (originally the patrol ship Novik of project 12441) are now moored on board near the wall of PJSC Baltic Shipbuilding Plant Yantar.

    Novik class? Shocked  Truth be told I've never heard of it...  It's not everyday that I learn of a planned class of Soviet-era ships that I had no idea even existed Laughing

    Podlodka77 wrote:The hulls of the frigates "Admiral Istomin" (serial number 01361) and "Admiral Kornilov" (serial number 01362) of the modified project 11356, suspended by the construction, were launched at the Yantar Baltic Shipbuilding Plant PJSC

    Its a pity that the 2nd set of 3x Pr.11356R won't join the Russian navy, but Butakov (Tushil) and Isotomin (Tamala) will be finished and sold to India, so thats the next best thing. Not sure if it has yet been confirmed if India is buying the Kornilov as well?
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    Post  Rodion_Romanovic Sun Jan 01, 2023 2:31 pm

    I am curious to know as well if, after finishing the two frigates for India, Yantar will also receive orders for 22350 frigates. Apparently in addition to Severnaya Verf, also Amur shipbuilding plant is going to get a contract for them in the future, but Yantar is one of the shipyards with recent experience on building frigates.

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    Post  lancelot Sun Jan 01, 2023 2:33 pm

    If Amur builds them they would need to redesign the ships since they would not fit their shipyard infrastructure I think. Project 22350 is just too big. Which is why I think they should just focus on Project 20380. The notion you build ships for the Pacific Fleet in the Pacific and ships for the Atlantic in the Atlantic side is kind of bonkers for large ships. Just make the shipyards focus on specific ship types so the construction is optimized and they reduce time to deliver these ships. Until the state makes large orders on a specific shipyard you won't see the construction times on that type go down.

    Best thing the Navy did was to double the Borei-A order, instead of replacing it with Borei-B as originally planned. This cut costs down on the following ships and meant there was no large gap in deliveries.

    The large ships can be moved in between fleets. I do agree that there needs to be a second shipyard building the Project 22350 though. Requirements are just too large for a single shipyard.

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    Post  LMFS Sun Jan 01, 2023 11:30 pm

    It is a matter of elementary risk management in a time of military confrontation with NATO to have at least two shipyards, at best geographically distant and fed by as different as possible supply chains, available to build every type of ship, the industry just needs to be scaled up back to where it was and should be, if it was not because of the mighty 90's. The VMF needs to have a resource basis capable of delivering vessels up to the size of a destroyer from multiple suppliers and in a cycle not too far away from what the PLAN has, that needs to be the goal. And there needs to be at least a couple or three shipyards where nuclear powered ships can be manufactured, too. That means that VMF needs all the main shipyards upgraded significantly before the current decade ends.

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    Post  Isos Sun Jan 01, 2023 11:47 pm

    A war with nato that involves Nato bombing shipyards isn't gonna happen. Nuks would be flying way before.

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    Post  GarryB Mon Jan 02, 2023 4:09 am

    Sabotage in Russian MIC is a real threat right now if they get half a chance...

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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
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    * 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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