Russian Navy Hydrographic Service to Add Vessels in 2019

January 2, 2019 (Google Translation) – The main command of the Russian Navy will continue active work on re-equipping the naval hydrographic ships.

Two small hydrographic vessels of project 19910 are under construction. At the October Revolution Shipbuilding Plant JSC (the city of Blagoveshchensk) a hydrographic vessel Alexander Rogotsky is being built which will become part of the Pacific Fleet in the current 2019.A hydrographic vessel, Nikolai Skosyrev, is being built at the Vympel Shipbuilding Plant JSC in Rybinsk, which is planned to become part of the Northern Fleet in 2020. Shipyard “Plant Nizhny Novgorod ship” completed the construction of two large hydrographic boats of the new project 23040G for the hydrographic service of the Baltic Fleet. Currently, the Nizhny Novgorod Shipyard Plant is building 2 more boats of similar characteristics, which in 2019 will be accepted into the Navy.

In 2018, two newest large-scale hydrographic boats of Project 19920 were laid and are being built, which will be part of the Northern and Pacific fleets. Up to 2021, three large hydrographic boats of the new project 23370G are planned to be built at the enterprise KAMPO.