Neustrashimy on Sea Trials After Long Refit

The Yantar Baltic Shipbuilding Plant (part of the USC) has begun acceptance tests of the Neustrashimy patrol ship.

On February 15, the Neustrashimy TFR entered the Baltic Sea and began the program of acceptance tests. During the first exit to the sea, the work of the main power plant and the navigation system of the ship will be checked.

The program of acceptance tests includes several trips to the sea with a total duration of about 30 days. The commissioning team of the plant and the commission of the Baltic Fleet are working on board the ship, which should accept the ship after repair and modernization.

Upon completion of sea trials, the Fearless TFR will be transferred to the Navy and will return to service as part of the Baltic Fleet.

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