In St. Petersburg plan to restore the historical appearance of the monitor “Sagittarius”

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St. Petersburg is increasingly involved in various projects of restoration of old machinery. From IL-14P and construction of wooden battleship “ Poltava “, before returning to the original appearance of the monitor “ Sagittarius ” (such as “ Hurricane “) built in 1864. At the present time the monitor is used as a floating studio on the territory of JSC “Kronstadt Marine Plant” (Kronstadt), but it is the oldest of the “still alive” ships of the Russian Imperial Navy. The ship was built at the shipyard, “Galley island” November 19, 1863, launched on 21 May 1864, adopted by the treasury July 15, 1865. Here’s what a former Monitor “Sagittarius” in our days (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts

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Monitor stands for salvation Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts and the Central Naval Museum, which houses a unique model of “ Sagittarius ” in 1:12 scale (made in 1863-1865 model years in the workshop of the St. Petersburg port, and the model was originally called the “ at arms ” and was peremenovana in the early 20th century), which is also in need of restoration works. 

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The same type of “Sagittarius” monitor “Unicorn” 

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The monitor was decommissioned in 1900, disarmed and handed over to Kronstadt port with the removal of artillery, boilers and machinery (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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in the First World War The monitor provides repair ships of the Baltic fleet (c) support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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October 25, 1917 joined the red Baltic fleet (c) support Fund, reconstruction and revival of hist iCal ships and classic yachts 

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participated in the Soviet-Finnish and the Great Patriotic War, provided ship repair (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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02.15.1946 joined the Kronstadt naval fortress, and 24/12/1955 – Leningrad naval base (c) support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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currently the ship belongs to the Leningrad naval base (c) support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical shipbuilding in and classic yachts 

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past the ship as a workshop can not hide (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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clearly visible details of the hull structure (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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There are plans to ship museification (with ) support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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Clearly visible hull (c) support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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The bow of the monitor and (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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Official monitor that is created from a strip of metal (steel) connected by riveting, with regular steel frames (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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Deck floor vypoleno wood. The hull is divided into three parts (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts 

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Unfortunately, the model a lot of detail is lost, one of the two anchors on deck, similar to a hatch on the tank, jack and ensign, the three boats of the four, half armored deck lattice tower cutting etc. (c) Support Fund, reconstruction and revival of historical ships and classic yachts