The Future Russian Navy - Listed

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  1. A.V.

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    Planned/under construction ships

    Destroyers
    • Project 21956 ? nuclear (?) destroyer - Will be laid down in 2012 and delivered in 2016
    Ballistic missile submarines

    Borey class SSBN
    • Borei class submarine - 3 ordered
      • K 535 YURIY DOLGORUKIY - On sea trials. Planned to enter service in 1st half 2011 (if his main armament, missile Bulava, be commissioned)
      • K 550 ALEKSANDR NEVSKIY - Laid down in 2004, launched 6.12.2010, fitting out, planned to be commissioned in Dec 2011
      • K ??? VLADIMIR MONOMAKH - Laid down in 2006
    • Upgraded Borei II (?) class submarine - 1 ordered + 4 planned
      • K ??? SVYATITEL NIKOLAY - Was planned to be laid down in 2010
    Nuclear attack submarines

    Graney class SSN
    • Yasen class submarine - 1 ordered
      • K 329 SEVERODVINSK - Laid down in 1993. Launched 2010. On sea trials and planned to be delivered in 2011
    • Yasen M class submarine - 1 ordered + 8 planned
      • K ??? KAZAN - Laid down in 2009. Planned to be delivered in 2015
      • K ??? - Will be laid down in 2011
    Conventional attack submarines

    In State Arms Program 2011-2020 is planned to build up to 20 submarines of both types (minimally 5 of them will be Lada class) but is still unknown current numbers of current subs

    Lada class subamrine
    • Improved Kilo class submarine - 3 ordered + 3 more planned
      • B 261 NOVOROSSIYSK - Laid down in August 2010 Planned to be commissioned in 2013
      • B ??? ??? - Will be laid down in 2011. Planned to be commissioned in 2014
      • B ??? ??? - Will be laid down in 2011. Planned to be commissioned in 2014
    • Lada class submarine - 2 ordered + 5 planned
      • B 586 KRONSHTADT - Laid down in 2005
      • B 587 SEVASTOPOL - Laid down in 2006
    Frigates
    • Grigorovich class frigate - 6 ordered
      • ??? ADMIRAL GRIGOROVICH - Laid down in 18 December 2010 Planned to be delivered in 2013
      • ??? ADMIRAL ESSEN - Laid down in 8 July 2011 Planned to be delivered in 2013
      • ??? ADMIRAL MAKAROV - Will be laid down in autumn 2011. Planned to be delivered in 2014
    Sergey Gorshkov class
    • Gorshkov class frigate - 2 ordered + 18-28 planned
      • ??? ADMIRAL FLOTA SOVETSKOGO SOYUZA GORSHKOV - Laid down in 2006. Was launched on 29 October 2010 and planned to be delivered in 2012
      • ??? ADMIRAL FLOTA KASATONOV - Laid down in 2009. Planned to be delivered in 2014
    Gepard class frigate

    Corvettes
    • Gepard class corvette - 2 ordered
      • ??? DAGESTAN - laid down in 1994, launched 1.4.2011, planned to enter service by end of 2011
      • ??? BUREVESTNIK - status unclear
    • Steregushchiy class corvette - 19 ordered + 10 planned
      • ??? SOOBRAZITELNYY - Laid down in 2003, launched 2010. In sea trials. Will be delivered in August 2011
      • ??? BOIKIY - Laid down in 2005, launched on 15 April.2011. Planned to be delivered in 2012
      • ??? SOVERSHENNYY - Laid down in 2006. Planned to be delivered in 2012 or later (status unclear)
      • ??? STOIKIY - Laid down in 2006. Planned to be delivered in 2012
    • Improved Steregushchiy class corvette
      • ??? PROVORNYY -Laid down on 26 May 2011
    Buyan class
    • Buyan class corvette - 2 ordered
      • 702 VOLGODONSK - Laid down in 2005. Launched on 6 May 2011. Planned to be delivered in 2011.
      • ??? MAKHACHKALA - Laid down in 2006. Planned to be delivered in 2011.
    • Buyan-M class corvette - 5 ordered
      • ??? GRAD SVIYAZHSK - Laid down in 2010.
      • ??? UGLICH - Laid down on 22 July 2011.
      • ??? VELIKI USTYUG - Laid down on 27 August.
    Landing ships

    Ivan Gren class
    • Ivan Gren class landing ship - 2 ordered + 4 more planned
      • ??? IVAN GREN - Laid down in 2004. Planned to be launched in 2011 and delivered in 2012
      • ??? ??? - Production probably ongoing from 2010 but not laid down. Planned to be laid down in 2011.
    Amphibious assault ships
    • Mistral amphibious assault ship - 2 ordered + 2 planned,
      • ??? ??? - planned to be laid down in 12.2011, commissioned in 2014 and will be assigned to Pacific Fleet. It will be completed in France with its rear part (about 20%) built in Russia.
      • ??? ??? - planned to be laid down in 2012, commissioned in 2015 and will be assigned to Pacific Fleet. It will be completed in France with about 40% built in Russia..
      • ??? ??? - planned to be commissioned in 2016. It will be completed in Russia with about 40% built in France.
      • ??? ??? - planned to be commissioned in 2017. It will be completed in Russia with about 20% built in France.
    Landing craft
    • Dyugon Class Landing Craft (project 21820) - 2 ordered
      • ??? D-105 ATAMAN PLATOV - Laid down in 2006, launched in 2009. Delivery expected in 2011
      • ??? D-??? - under construction. Delivery expected in 2012
    Auxiliary Vessels
    • Project 745MB sea-going tug - unknown number of ships ordered
      • ??? MB-12 - Launched on 30 July 2011. Will be assign to Northern fleet
    • Project 16609 tug - unknown number of ships ordered
    • Project 21980 anti-terror ship - unknown number of ships ordered
      • 982 Grachonok - Launched on July or August 2011
    • Project 21300 ocean-going salvage ship
      • ??? Igor Belousov - will be delivered in 2011
    • Project 90600 harbour tug - 10 ordered. The first, launched in mid-Apr, will be assigned to Black Sea Fleet.
    Credit for this work goes to D-MITCH. mpnet
     
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  3. Armand2REP

    Armand2REP CHINI EXPERT Veteran Member

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    A bunch of those labeled orders are actually planned and not ordered yet like Grigorovich class frigate is only 3 orders. They usually don't keep more than 3 orders at a time.

    To break it down one can say they are on top of SSBN replacement for the most part, albeit force levels will be much lower than anything before. With the delay in the Amur class they are running behind in SSKs. Delay with the Graney/Yasen class is slowing up SSN replacement.

    Surface fleet: Admiral Gorshkov is delayed by Almaz failing to develop its new SAM complex, Kaliningrad has worked out the kinks making Talwars so the clones called Grigorovich will be made in large numbers for sure, it is a solid ship. Steregushchiy corvettes are coming at a snails pace but work seems to be picking up, the other little corvettes are just pitch poor Soviet boats so nothing there to comment on.

    It remains to be seen how well Russia will absorb DCN construction technology but the first 2 Mistrals will be on time as they are made in France. Ivan Grens are not going to be continued, hard enough to get them to complete the ones they have rusting from the Soviet. Don't really care about the harbour boats...

    Overall the Russian Navy is taking it up the arse in depletion... pretty much given up on new carriers, cruisers and destroys. Pretty much turning into a brown water navy with a few exceptions.
     
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    The Russians are once again revamping their military.

    They are laying a great emphasis on their Navy.
     
  5. Armand2REP

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    Latest reports coming out of the GOZ 2011 plan say they aren't emphasing their Navy as the state isn't ordering 40% of the planned ships this year. Emphasis is and has been on getting the nuclear deterrent up and the only part the Navy plays is SSBNs and that is all that is really moving well.
     

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