Admiralty Shipyards Completes Sea Trials of Project 636.3 Magadan

JSC “Admiralty Shipyards” (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) completed the factory sea trials of a large diesel-electric submarine of project 636.3 “Magadan”.

The sea part of the factory sea trials took place at the training grounds of the Baltic Fleet in two stages. In the near ones, the tasks of signage and inclining were completed, measurements of the noise level, measurements of the magnetic fields of the ship were carried out. In distant ranges, the submarine has undergone high-speed, maneuverable and deep-sea tests. The company’s specialists checked the sonar complex, radar and communications systems, power plant and life support systems of the submarine.

Magadan successfully completed its scheduled dives, including deep-sea dives. All systems and mechanisms of the ship were operating normally, in accordance with the declared tactical and technical characteristics.

The submarine returned to the enterprise on the eve of the Day of the Navy on July 16, after which the onshore part of the tests began, which included the signing of the necessary documentation and the closure of the factory navigation certificates.

“Magadan” – the third submarine of the series for the Pacific Fleet, launched on March 26 this year in a high, 91%, degree of readiness. The ship was laid down on November 1, 2019 and will be transferred to the Russian Navy in November 2021.

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