The patrol ship of the Baltic Fleet Neustrashimy entered the Baltic Sea for the final stage of sea trials after the completion of the scheduled factory repair and modernization at the Yantar Shipyard (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation).

In the course of modernization, Yantar carried out work to equip the ship with modern means of navigation, radar surveillance and target detection. The operability of the artillery complex, anti-aircraft missile system, traffic control equipment, damage control equipment, radiation chemical and biological protection equipment, and communication systems has been restored.

On December 23, it is planned to complete all the activities of sea acceptance tests on the ship. To check the readiness of the ship to repel enemy air attack means, the Neustrashimy TFR will fire an anti-aircraft missile system.

Based on the results of running acceptance tests, it is planned to transfer the Neustrashimy TFR to the Baltic Fleet.

SKR “Neustrashimy”, the lead ship of project 11540 was built at JSC “PSZ “Yantar” in 1990. Since 1991, it has been part of the Baltic Fleet.