Admiralty Shipyards Resumes Project 677 Kronstadt Trials

Admiralty Shipyards (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) has begun the second stage of factory sea trials of the Project 677 Kronstadt submarine. As part of the second stage of testing, which will also take place in the ranges of the Gulf of Finland, submarines will be immersed and the ship’s systems will be tested. At the first stage, which…

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Project 636.3 Mozhaisk and Yakutsk to be Delivered by 2024

April 4, 2022 (TASS) – The launch of the Project 636.3 diesel-electric submarines Mozhaisk and Yakutsk for the Russian Pacific Fleet is scheduled for 2023 and 2024, the Defense Ministry’s Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper reported on Monday. “The Admiralty shipbuilders continue the construction of submarines for the Pacific Fleet and are currently preparing for joining block-modules on the fifth submarine Mozhaisk.…

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Admiralty SY Cuts Steel for Two Project 677 Submarines

Admiralty Shipyards (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) has begun cutting metal from two Project 677 submarines at once. The state contract for the construction of the third and fourth diesel-electric submarines of project 677 was signed between JSC Admiralty Shipyards and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation in June 2019 as part of the Army-2019 forum. In…

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Project 636.3 Magadan Begins Trials

June 4, 2021 (Microsoft Translation) – The crew of the large diesel-electric submarine “Magadan” of project 636.3 provides the final stage of mooring tests of the ship. The surrender team of the Admiralty Shipyards, based in St. Petersburg, is also taking part in this event. After its completion, “Magadan” will go to factory running tests, the completion of which is…

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Admiralty Shipyards Begin Basin Trials of Project 636.3 Magadan

April 20, 2020 (Google Translation) – The Admiralty Shipyards (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) have begun mooring trials of a large diesel-electric submarine of Project 636.3 Magadan. The tests will last about two months and will end in early June. During this time, specialists from factory departments and contractors will check the ship’s navigation system, communications complex, general ship…

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Admiralty Shipyards launched a submarine for the Russian Pacific Fleet

March 26, 2021 – The Admiralty Shipyards (part of the USC) hosted a solemn ceremony of launching a large diesel-electric submarine Magadan of project 636.3 for the Russian Navy. The selfless work of all participants in the construction was noted by the general director of the enterprise Alexander Buzakov: “Ahead of the ship, mooring, factory and state tests await. I…

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Project 636.3 Volkhov Commissioned

October 24, 2020 (Google Translation) – By the order of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, today the newest diesel-electric submarine Volkhov was accepted into the Navy, which is the second in a series of the Admiralty Shipyards under construction for the Submarine Forces of the Russian Pacific Fleet The solemn ceremony of raising the Andreevsky flag…

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Admiralty Shipyard Receives Contract for Project 636.3 and 677 Submarines

August 25, 2020 (Google Translation) – The Russian Defense Ministry signed contracts for the construction of two large diesel submarines of projects 636.3 and 677. The ceremony of signing state contracts was held at the Army-2020 forum. The contract provides for the supply of submarines of projects 636.3 and 677. Construction will be carried out at the Admiralty shipyards. The…

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Second Pacific Fleet Project 636.3 Completes Builder Trials

July 22, 2020 (TASS) – The second out of six Project 636.3 submarines ordered for Russia’s Pacific Fleet completed shipbuilders’ sea trials, the Admiralty Shipyard reported on Wednesday. “The Admiralty Shipyard has completed the shipbuilders’ sea trials of the Project 636.3 large diesel-electric submarine Volkhov for the Russian Navy,” the Shipyard said in a statement. The shipbuilders’ sea trials of…

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