Nuclear Icebreaker Arktika Drydocked at Baltic Shipyard

The lead universal nuclear icebreaker “Arktika” of project 22220, after undergoing dock repairs, completed the interfactory transition from Kronstadt to the Baltic Shipyard (part of the USC). To carry out the planned work on the replacement of the propulsion electric motor (GED), the ship docked at the Kronstadt Marine Plant (KMOLZ, part of the USC), where it stayed for exactly…

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Floating Dock Sviyaga Arrived in Belomorsk Carrying K-3 Leninsky Komsomol

Today, on August 31, the first stage of the inter-fleet towing from the Northern Fleet to St. Petersburg, and then to Kronstadt of the legendary nuclear submarine K-3 “Leninsky Komsomol” was passed. Floating dock “Sviyaga” with the submarine “K-3” arrived in Belomorsk and stood on the roadstead. Preparations are being made for the subsequent passage of the floating dock through…

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Baltic Fleet Ships Return from Army 2021 in Kronstadt

August 31, 2021 – The ships of the Baltic Fleet, after participating in the events of the International military-technical forum “Army-2021” in Kronstadt, went to sea and headed for a permanent basing point – the main naval base in Baltiysk. During the inter-base passage, the crews of the ships, including the Soobrazitelny corvette, the Odintsovo and Zeleny Dol small missile…

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Project 23120 Vsevolod Bobrov Heading to Black Sea Fleet

The newest naval logistics support vessel Vsevolod Bobrov, on which the St. Andrew’s flag was raised on August 21, will begin an inter-fleet passage from Kronstadt to the Black Sea Fleet by the end of August. Currently, the vessel is being prepared for the passage. This was announced by the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, following a…

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Nuclear Icebreaker Arktika Docked at Kronstadt Marine Plant

The lead universal nuclear icebreaker “Arktika” of project 22220 docked at the Kronstadt Marine Plant (part of the USC) to carry out scheduled work to replace one of the engines. On August 11, the ship made the transition from St. Petersburg to Kronstadt. Early in the morning on August 12, the operation to dock the ship in the name of…

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Nuclear icebreaker Arktika Moving to the Kronstadt Marine Plant

August 11, 2021 – The nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika left the berth of the Baltic Shipyard and proceeded to move to the Kronstadt Marine Plant (part of the USC). There the ship will dock, where scheduled work will be carried out to replace one of the engines. The universal nuclear icebreaker “Arktika” is the lead ship of Project 22220, built at…

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From Steamboat to Nuclear Powered Ship Opened in Kronstadt

July 25, 2021 (Google Translation) – Within the framework of the ceremonial acceptance of the second stage of the Museum and Historical Park “Island of Forts”, the opening of the historical site “From a steamboat to a nuclear-powered ship” took place. The second stage of the historical park contains new sites; a historical zone has been created here, telling about…

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Nerpa Shipyard Prepares for Transport of Future Submarine Museum to Kronstadt

July 22, 2021 (Google Translation) – This week at the Nerpa shipyard (a branch of Zvezdochka, a subsidiary of the USC), a dock operation was carried out to place the Leninsky Komsomol nuclear submarine into the Pallada shipyard, where work will be performed to dismantle the fairing of the hydraulic complex to provide stability of the ship on a solid…

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New Russian Warships will be presented at the International Naval Salon in St Petersburg

June 16, 2021 (Google Translation) – At the X International Naval Salon in St. Petersburg, which will be held from June 23 to 27, visitors will be able to see the newest ships of the Russian Navy. For the first time, the ship of the Pacific Fleet of the project 20385 corvette “Greming” will be presented at the berths of…

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Admiral Kasatonov in Kronstadt for MVMS-2021

June 13, 2021 (Google Translation) – Today, the frigate “Admiral of the Kasatonov Fleet” completed the tasks of the inter-fleet crossing and moored in Kronstadt. The frigate’s transition from the Northern Fleet to the Baltic fleet lasted more than a week. During this time, sailors-North Seamen improved naval training, and also conducted a number of ship exercises on various types…

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