Mar 4, 2012

Future of the Russian Navy: Part 2 : Auxiliary Ships

A usually always very useful fleet, but currently too big and...ageing...

Warning: some data uncertain, status of some ships relatively unclear...

+/- 1 Training Ships
1 Smolny (Project 887)
(Perekop). One other in reserve (Smolnyy). 7200+ tons, 138 meters training ship. Commissioned by 1976/1978.


+/- 14 Replenishment Ships (Fleet Oilers)
6 Alyay (Project 160 ?)
(Egorlyk, izhora, kola, ilim, yelnya, prut), 7200 tons, 106 meters, built in finland by 1967/1972.

2 ? Dubna
(Irkut, Pechenga), 11 400 tons, 130 meters, built in finland 1978, Irkut maybe already ? retired.

5 Boris Chilikin (Project 1559/1593)
(Sergey osipov, Vladimir kolyachitskiy, boris butoma, genrikh gasanov, ivan bubnov). 22 400 tons, 162 meters. Built 1971/1978.

1 Kaliningradneft
(Vyazma), 8900 tons, 115 meters, built by 1983 in finland.


+/- 26 Others Logistics Ships
2 Neon Antonov (Project 1595)
(dvina, irbit). 4000 tons, 96 meters. Built 1978/1987.

1 Vytegrales
(Yamal). 8900 tons, 121 meters. Built 1963/1966.

1 Yuniy Partisan (Project 740)
(Pechora). 3900 tons, 88 meters. Built 1976.


16 Onega (Acoustic Trials ships; Project 1806)
(akademik semenikhin, inzhener akulov, Vladimir peregudov, GKS 283, 286, SFP 95, 173, 177, 183, georgy chernyshyov, SFP 295, 372, boris akulov, akademik makeev, akademik isanin, viktor subbotin). Likely some were in reserve. 1400 tons, 80 meters. Built by 1972/2006


6 Muna (Coastal Ammunitions Transports; Project 1823/1824)
(BTP 94, 85, 87, 89, 90, 91). Others in reserve, 21 originally built. 680+ tons, 51 meters. Built by 1970/1976.


+/- 3 Hospital Ships
3 Ob (Project B-320)
(Irtysh, svir, yenisey). 11000 tons, 152 meters, built by 1981/1990.


+/- 12 Missiles & Nuclear Fuel Transport Ships
1 Daugava (Missile Ship; Project 1791)
(Daugava), 6200 tons, 113 metters.

1 Sadko (Missile ship; Project 11 570)
(Aleksander barykin). 11 400 tons, 159 meters. Built by 1987.


3 Luza (Missile Fuel Ships; Project 1541)
(Alambay, Barguzin, Selenga). 1500 tons, 62 meters, built by 1960/1962.

5 Vala (Nuclear Wastes Ships; Project 1783A)
(TNT-11, 19, 27, 29, 25). 2300 tons, 74 meters. Built by 1964/1971.

2 Belyanka (Nuclear Wastes Ships; Project 1151.0)
(Amur, Pinega). 8200 tons, 130 tons. Built by 1987.

+/- 73 Intelligence & Oceanographic/Survey Ships
10 Yug (Oceanographic Research Ships; Project 802)
(Senezh, Nikolai Matusevich, Donuzlav, Gidrolog, Marshal Gelovani, Pegas, Stvor, Visir, Vitse Admiral Vorontsov). 3000 tons, 82 meters, commissioned by 1978/1983.

3 alpinist (Intelligence Ships; Project 503M)
(GS 7, 19, 39). A fourth ship was unclear. 1100+ tons, 53 meters

1 Lira (
Intelligence Ships; Project 1826)
(Pribaltika), in reserve. 3200/4900 tons, 105 meters. Commissioned by 1984.

4 Moma (
Intelligence Ships; Project 861M)
(Kild’in, Liman, Ekvator, SSV-506). 1500 tons, 73 meters.. built in polish shipyards by 1968/1974.

7 Vishnya (
Intelligence Ships; Project 864)
(Tavriya, viktor leonov, priazov’ye, kurily, vasily nikitich tatischev, fedor golovin, Karelia). 3400 tons, 94 meters. Built in polish shipyards by 1986/1988.

2 vinograd (
Intelligence Ships)
(GS 525,526). 500 tons, 32 meters. 1985.

9 Kamenka (
Intelligence Ships; Project 870)
(GS 211, 78, 202, 193, 206, 271, 200, 207, 103). 700 tons, 53 meters. Built in polish shipyards by 1968/1972.

21 Finik class (
Intelligence Ships; Project 872)
(GS 86, 270, 388, 399, 400, 403, 301, VTR 75 (converted as ammunition carrier by 2000), GS 278, 397, 297, 296, 47, 392, 404, 405, 44, 84, 87, 402, 272). 1200 tons, 61 meters, built in polish shipyards by 1979/1981.

7 Biya class (
Intelligence Ships; Project 871)
(GS 107, 194, 66, 210, 199, 269, 78). 720 tons, 54 meters. Built in polish shipyards by 1972/1976.

7 Moma class (
Intelligence Ships; Project 861)
(cheleken, askold, Andromeda, antares, antartika, krilon, mars). 1500 tons, 73 meters. Built in polish shipyards by 1967/1974.

2 Sibirykov (Oceanographic Research Ships; Project 873)
(sibiryakov, romuald muklevich). 3400 tons, 85 meters. Built in Poland by 1990/1991.


+/- 7 Icebreakers/Polar-Logistic Ships
1 Amguema (Icebreakers)
(Yauza). 14 400 tons, 133 meters.


5 Dobrynya Nikitich (Project 97 ?)
(perevest, dobrynya nikitich, purge, buran, sadko). 2700 tons, 67 meters. Built by 1959/1974.

1 Ivan Susanin (Icebreaker)
(Ivan susanin), 3700 tons, 70 meters, built 1973.


+/- 12 Submarines Support Ships
4 Mikhail-Rudnitskiy (Salvage Submersible Support Ship; Project 05360)
Mikhail Rudnitskiy, Georgiy titov, Georgiy kozmin, Sayany. 7900 tons, 130 meters, built by 1979/1984.

1 El-bruz (Submarine Salvage Ship; Project 537)
(Alagez). 14 300 tons, 175 meters, built 1988.

1 Kashtan (Salvage Submersible Support Ship)
(SS 750), 5200 tons, 113 meters, built by 1990.

1 Kommuna (Submersible Salvage Ship)
(Kommuna), 2400 tons, 96 meters, built by 1913. SOOO AGEING warship (early 1910's built !!!!!!!!, that this ship will be refited into a magnificient museum warship......AMEN !!!)

3 Malina (Submarine Tenders; Project 2020)
(PTB 5, 6, 7). 13900 tons, 137 meters. Built by 1984/1991.

2 Urga (Submarine Tenders; Project 1886)
(Vladimir Yegorov, Volga). 9600 tons, 144 meters. Built by 1963/1968.


Ocean Tugs & Firefight Ships
Severals Project 745MB
(MB-12, others not yet named...). Commissioned by 2012+.

Some ? Project 21 300
(Igor Belousov, others not yet named ?). Commissioned by 2011+

2 Prut (Project 572M)
(SS-83, Epron). 3300 tons, 89+ meters. Built by 1959/1961.


12 ATA-714 (Project 714)
(MB-105, SB-523, SB-522, SB-365, SB-36, MB-35, MB-32, SB-931, MB-119, SB-521, MB-38, MB-15). 2600 tons, 63+ meters. Commissioned by 1977/1983.

14 to 17 Okhtenskiy/Goliat (Project 733)
(MB-174, MB-8, MB-11, MB-16, MB-23, MB-165, MB-152, MB-5, MB-173, Loksa, SB-4, SB-5, SB-9, MB-86, MB-157, Avacha, MB-166). 890+ tons, 47+ meters. Commissioned by 1958/1966.


Up to 13 Sorum (Project 745)
(MB-4, 19, 31, 37, 56, 58, 61, 76, 100, 110, 148, 304, 307). 1600 tons, 55+ meters. Commissioned by 1973+

Up to 4 Ingul (Project 1452)
(Altay, Alatau, Mashuk, Pamir). 4000 tons, 92+ meters. Commissioned by 1974/1987.

Up to 4 Katun-I (Project 1893)
(PZHS-96, 123, 209, 282). 930+ tons, 62+ meters. Commissioned by 1970/1978.

2 Katun-II (Project 1993)
(PZHS-64, 92). 1200+ tons, 65+ meters. Built by 1978/1981.

2 Neftegaz (Tugs)
(Kortunov Kalar, Ilga Aleksander). 4000 tons, 80+ meters. Commissioned around 1983.


3 Sliva (Project 712)
(Shakhter, SB-406, 921). 2900 tons, 68+ meters. Commissioned by 1984/1985.

4 Vikhr-IVA (Tugs, Firefight)
(VIKHR-5, 6, 8, 9). 2290+ tons, 72+ meters. Commissioned by 1984/1986.

2 R-5757/Fotiy Krylov (Tugs)
(SB-131, 134 or
Nikolay Chiker, Fotiy Krylov ?). 7000 tons, 99 meters. Commissioned by 1989+

8 Gryn (Salvage Tugs)
Uncertain data ?

Maybe some others ships, uncertain data ?

Harbor Tugs
Up to 1+ Project BSA-1000 ?
One ship ordered.

Up to 10 ? Project 90 600
To be commissioned by 2011+ ?

Up to ? Project 16 609
Unknown number of ships ordered ?

Up to 4 Project 90 600
(RB-389, others not yet named...).

Maybe some others ships, uncertain data ?

Coastal & Harbor Ships
5 Sura (Mooring/Buoy Tenders; Project 145)
(KIL-21, 22, 25, 27, 31). Few others in reserves. 3100 tons, 87 meters. Built in east germany by 1965/1978.

1 Emba (Coastal Cable Ship; Project 1172)
(Setun), 2100 tons, 75 meters, built 1981.

1 Birusia (Coastal Cable Ship; Project 1175)
(Kem), 2300 tons, 86 meters, improved from Emba class. Built 1986.

5 Klazma (Cable Ships; Project 1112)
(yana, donetz, zeya, tavda, inguri). 6800 tons, 130 meters. Built in finland 1963/1978.

7 Kashtan (Mooring/Buoy Tenders)
(KIL-158, 143, 164, 168, 498, 927, aleksandr pushkin), 5200 tons, 113 meters. Built in east germany 1988/1990.

17 to 19 Pelym (Degaussing Vessels; Project 1799)
(SR 188, 222, 233, 281, 370, 455, 111, 409, 280, 334, 203, 215, 344, 218, 220, 26, 180, 241, 276). 1200 tons, 64 meters, built by 1971/1987.

16 Bereza (Degaussing Ships; Project 130)
(SR 933, 28, 936, 74, 120, 137, 216, 245, 478, 479, 541, 548, 569, 570, 938, 939). 2000 tons, 69 meters, built in Poland 1985/1990.

Maybe some others ships, uncertain data ?

Repair Ships
12 Amur (Repair Ships; Project 304)
(PM 64, 69, 56, 138, 82, 86, 81, 156, 40, 59, 97, 140). 5400 tons, 121 meters. Many more were already retired/scrapped/in reserve. Built in Poland, 1968/1988.

2 Oskol (Repair Ships; Project 300/301/303)
PM 24, 148. 2500 tons, 88 meters. Status unclear (maybe already retired). Built in poland by 1963/1967.

2 Oskol (Repair Ships)
(PM-24, 148). Uncertain data ?

1 Amur (Repair Ship)
(PM-138)
. Uncertain data ?

Maybe some others ships, uncertain data ?

Small Harbor, Coastal & Special Crafts (Too many crafts, uncertain/unreliable ? data ?)
- Hundreds of Harbor Crafts & so (Floatting Cranes, Floatting Barges, Personnal Transport Crafts, Floatting Fuel Barges, Harbor Navigationnal Crafts & so......).
- Hundreds of RHIB & others special crafts for special forces & Russian Marines, Russian Border Police & so...

As usual, It may be that in my opinion, I forgot programs ? (or made some mistakes ?, especially for the auxiliary & smaller ships/crafts), then said it ! Feel free to comment and give your opinion !

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