Project 22800 Sovetsk Commissioned

October 11, 2019 (Google Translation) – On October 12, Baltiysk will host a ceremonial ritual of the first hoisting of the Russian Federation Navy flag on the latest Sovetsk small missile ship of project 22800 Karakurt, built for the Baltic Fleet at the Pella shipyard. This is the second missile ship of this project, which will be pleasant to the fleet. The first RTO Mytishchi has been serving in the connection of missile ships and boats of the Baltic Naval Base since December 2018. The ceremony will be attended by…

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Amur Lays Keels for Two Project 22800 for the Pacific Fleet

July 1, 2019 (Google Translation) – Today, at Amur Shipyard PJSC, on the day of the 83rd anniversary of the foundation of the company, in the city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, a ceremonial laying of two small rocket ships of the project 22800 for the Pacific Fleet took place. Udomlya “. The Pacific Fleet was represented at the ceremony by the Deputy Fleet Commander for Arms, Rear Admiral Igor Korolev. The construction of these modern ships will be carried out under a contract concluded by the Ministry of Defense for the construction…

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Project 22800 Sovetsk on Sea Trials

June 28, 2019 (Google Translation) – The newest small rocket ship (IRA) “Sovetsk” of the project 22800 “Karakurt”, built at the Pella shipyard for the Baltic Fleet, went to the Baltic Sea to undergo factory driving tests. At the moment (SSC) the Sovetsk has gone to sea and the crew proceeded to undergo factory running trials in the offshore blocks of the Baltic Fleet. During the meeting, representatives of the factory commissioning commission together with the crew will conduct maneuvering and speed tests, check the operation of all units, systems…

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Project 22800 Sovetsk Sea Trials This Month

May 7, 2019 (Google Translation) – The small rocket ship of the project 22800 “Sovetsk”, built for the Russian Navy at the Pella shipbuilding plant in St. Petersburg, will be released on factory running trials in the second half of May of the current year. At present, Sovetsk MRC is entering the final stage of mooring trials and is located at the outfitting quay of the enterprise. In April, the crew arrived at the ship and settled, having undergone comprehensive training at the United Training Center of the Russian Navy.…

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Keel Laid for Project 22800 Tucha

February 26, 2019 (Google Translation) – In Tatarstan at the Zelenodolsk Shipyard for the Russian Navy laid the latest small rocket ship of the project 22800. By order of the commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Vladimir Korolev, the ship was given the name “Cloud”. Rear-Admiral Vladimir Tryapichnikov, Director General of Zelenodolsk Shipyard Alexander Karpov, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Tatarstan Almaz Khusainov, management of the shipbuilding corporation Ak Bars, the administration of the city of Zelenodolsk took part in the solemn ceremony of laying…

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Project 22800 Mytishchi Commissioned at Baltiysk

December 17 2018 (Google Translation) – On December 17, a ceremonial ritual of the first ascent of the Russian Navy flag will be held on the newest small rocket ship Mytishchi of Project 22800 Karakurt, built for the Baltic Fleet at the Pella shipbuilding plant, in Baltiysk. The ceremony will be attended by representatives of the command of the Baltic Fleet, the shipbuilding enterprise, military personnel of the rocket ships and boats of the Baltic naval base. This event was preceded by the successful implementation of the program of factory…

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RFS Shkval Launched at Pella Shipyard

October 23, 2018 (Google Translation) – At the new shipbuilding complex of Pella, a solemn ceremony of launching the fourth in a row, the third small batch rocket ship Project 22800 was held. The honorary participants of the event were: Head of the Department of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation for the provision of the state defense order, Captain 1st Rank Pavel Grigoryevich Pechkovsky; Deputy Head of the Shipbuilding Directorate of the Navy of the Russian Federation, Captain 1st Rank Mikhail Krasnopeev; Viktor Viktorovich Chirkov, Chief Advisor…

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Project 22800 Uragan Begins Sea Trials

September 27, 2018 (Google Translation) – State tests of the head small missile ship project 22800 “Uragan”, head. No. 251, will be held in the White and Baltic Seas.  Upon completion of all necessary tests, the ship will be handed over to the State Customer and entered into the Baltic Fleet.  A small rocket ship is designed to conduct combat operations in the near sea zone and participate in the fulfillment of tasks in peacetime and wartime independently and in interaction. Technical specifications Length about 67 m Width about 11 m Standard…

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Russia to Mount Pantsyr SAM on Karakurt-Class Corvettes

August 20, 2018 (TASS) – The third serial-produced (the fourth-built) Project 22800 ‘Karakurt’ missile corvette will get the Pantsyr-M seaborne air defense missile system, Head of the Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau (the project’s developer) Alexander Shlyakhtenko told TASS on Monday. “Beginning from the third serial-produced ship [the fourth in succession], they will be armed with the shipborne Pantsyr-M air defense missile/artillery systems,” he said. Project 22800 missile corvettes are distinguished from similar small displacement projects (less than 900 tonnes) by their compact design (about 70 meters in length) and…

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Project 22800 Uragan Added to St Petersburg Naval Parade

Project 22800 lead small missile ship (SMS) Uragan built at the St. Petersburg shipyard Pella made the third sortie to the Ladoga Lake water area within the plant sea trials. The ship successfully tested her life support systems, navigation complex, anchor and towing gears during three sorties to Ladoga. The SMS Uragan is scheduled to take part in the Main Naval Parade in St. Petersburg and Kronstadt on 29 July, thereby demonstrating the most advanced achievements of the domestic military surface shipbuilding. Project 22800 SMSs are designed by the Central…

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Project 22800 Shkval Launced at Pella Shipyard

Google Translation On the eve of the 73rd anniversary of the Victory Day, the new shipbuilding complex of JSC Pella held a ceremony of launching the third, the second serial small missile ship Shkval, project 22800, page 253. The ship was laid on July 29, 2016. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_Wps2jhCH8[/embedyt] The solemn event was attended by: Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Boris Yuriy Ivanovich; Head of the Department of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation for the provision of the state defense order, Rear Admiral Andrei Vernigora;…

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Keel laying ceremony for small missile ship Vikhr Project 22800 to take place in Feodosia

Today, on December 19, keel laying ceremony is to take place for the small-sized missile ship Project 22800 Vikhr. It is the third small missile ship to be built at the More Shipyard in Feodosia for the Russian Navy. The solemn ceremony is to be attended by representatives of Feodosia administration and leadership of the Shipyard. Deputy Chief of Navy Shipbuilding Department Captain 1st Rank Mikhail Krasnopeyev will take part in the ceremony on behalf of the Naval Main Command. The ship Project 22800 was designed by the Almaz Central…

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