MOSCOW, September 23. / TASS /. Project 955A (Borei-A) the first serial-built nuclear powered submarine Knyaz Oleg, Project 636.3 conventional submarine Magadan and Project 20380 corvette Retivy will be delivered to the Russian Navy by the end of the year. year, United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) Deputy Director General of Military Shipbuilding Vladimir Korolyov told TASS on Thursday.
“Until the end of the year, we plan to deliver to the customer at the end of their construction,” said the deputy general manager.
There are also plans to drop off a frigate at the Severnaya shipyard in St. Petersburg in northwest Russia, two corvettes at the Amur shipbuilding plant in the Russian Far East, a mine countermeasures vessel at the Sredne-Nevsky shipyard in St. Petersburg and a medium tanker at the Nevsky Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Plant in the Leningrad region of northwestern Russia by the end of 2021, has he added.
After the repairs, United Shipbuilding Corporation intends to deliver the nuclear powered submarine Tambov Project 671RTMK, guard vessel Neustrashimy Project 11540 and mine countermeasures vessel Herman Ugryumov Project 1265 to the Russian Navy, said the deputy general manager.
Russia’s advanced warships
Project 955A (Borei-A) nuclear missile-carrying submarines are designed to become the mainstay of Russia’s strategic maritime nuclear forces. They carry 16 Bulava intercontinental ballistic missiles as basic weaponry. Compared to the base Borei series, the Borei-A submarines offer better acoustic stealth, maneuvering and racing capabilities on the high seas and an improved weapon control system.
Project 885M (Yasen-M) nuclear submarines are armed with Kalibr-PL and Oniks cruise missiles as basic strike weapons.
The Varshavyanka-class submarines of the modified project 636.3 (NATO name: Improved Kilo-II) refer to the third generation of large diesel-electric submarine cruisers. They are characterized by superior combat effectiveness than their predecessors. The optimal combination of acoustic stealth and target detection range, the latest inertial navigator, advanced automated information and control system, powerful high-speed torpedo and missile armament ensure the overall priority of these cruisers. submarines in the construction of conventional submarines.
Project 20380 ships are armed with multipurpose artillery guns, surface-to-air / artillery missile systems, supersonic missiles and automatic artillery launchers. Project 20380 corvettes can carry a Ka-27 helicopter. They move 2,200 tonnes and have a crew of 99.