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List of active Russian Navy ships

This List of active Russian Navy ships presents a picture which can never be fully agreed upon in the absence of greater data availability and a consistent standard for which ships are considered operational or not. The Soviet Navy, and the Russian Navy which inherited its traditions, had a different attitude to operational status than many Western navies. Ships went to sea less, and maintained capability for operations while staying in harbour. The significant changes which followed the collapse of the Soviet Union then complicated the picture enormously. Determining which ships are operational or in refit can be difficult. Jane's Fighting Ships has noted in recent editions that some ships have little capability, but remain flying an ensign so that crews are entitled to be paid.[1]

Naval Ensign of Russia.
Naval Jack of Russia.

Jane's Fighting Ships online edition, dated 8 March 2010, added "There are large numbers of most classes 'in reserve', and flying an ensign so that skeleton crews may still be paid. [Their listing reflected] only those units assessed as having some realistic operational capability or some prospect of returning to service after refit."

Contents

  • Ships in service 1
    • Aircraft carriers 1.1
    • Heavy missile cruisers 1.2
    • Cruisers 1.3
    • Destroyers 1.4
    • Frigates 1.5
    • Corvettes 1.6
    • Ballistic missile submarines 1.7
    • Cruise missile submarines 1.8
    • Nuclear attack submarines 1.9
    • Conventional attack submarines 1.10
    • Minesweepers 1.11
    • Missile hovercraft 1.12
    • Landing ships 1.13
    • Landing craft 1.14
    • Amphibious hovercrafts 1.15
    • Special purpose submarines 1.16
    • Special purpose boats 1.17
    • Intelligence vessels 1.18
    • Auxiliary vessels 1.19
  • Ships in reserve 2
    • Heavy missile cruisers 2.1
    • Cruisers 2.2
    • Destroyers 2.3
    • Ballistic missile submarines 2.4
    • Cruise missile submarines 2.5
    • Nuclear attack submarines 2.6
    • Conventional attack submarine 2.7
    • Landing ships 2.8
    • Corvettes 2.9
    • Special purpose submarines 2.10
  • Planned/under construction ships 3
    • Aircraft carrier 3.1
    • Destroyers 3.2
    • Ballistic missile submarines 3.3
    • Nuclear attack submarines 3.4
    • Conventional attack submarines 3.5
    • Frigates 3.6
    • Corvettes 3.7
    • Minesweepers 3.8
    • Landing ships 3.9
    • Amphibious assault ships 3.10
    • Special purpose submarines 3.11
    • Special purpose boats 3.12
    • Auxiliary vessels 3.13
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • Notes 6

Ships in service

NF - Northern Fleet
PF - Pacific Fleet
BSF - Black Sea Fleet
BF - Baltic Fleet
CF - Caspian Flotilla

Aircraft carriers

Class Photo Project Hull number Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Kuznetsov-class aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov 1143.5 063 Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov 1990[2] Northern Fleet Kuznetsov is the flagship of the Russian Navy. She remains operational.[3]

Heavy missile cruisers

Class Photo Project Hull number Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Kirov-class heavy missile cruiser Kirov-class 1144.2 099 Petr Velikiy 1998[4] Northern Fleet Current Northern Fleet Flagship

Cruisers

Class Photo Project Hull number Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Slava-class cruiser Russian Slava-class cruiser 1164 121 Moskva 1982[5] Black Sea Fleet Current Black Sea Fleet Flagship.
070 Marshal Ustinov 1986[6] Northern Fleet
031 Varyag 1989[7] Pacific Fleet Current Pacific Fleet flagship.

Destroyers

Class Photo Project Hull number Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Kashin-class destroyer Kashin-class 01090 810 Smetlivyy 1969[8] Black Sea Fleet

Udaloy I
Udaloy-class 1155 626 Vice-Admiral Kulakov 1982[9] Northern Fleet
543 Marshal Shaposhnikov 1985[10] Pacific Fleet
564 Admiral Tributs 1985[11] Pacific Fleet
619 Severomorsk 1987[12] Northern Fleet
572 Admiral Vinogradov 1988[13] Pacific Fleet
605 Admiral Levchenko 1988[14] Northern Fleet
619 Admiral Kharlamov 1988[15] Northern Fleet Out of active service. Planned for modernization.
548 Admiral Panteleyev 1991[15] Pacific Fleet

Udaloy II
Admiral Chabanenko 11551 650 Admiral Chabanenko 1999[16] Northern Fleet

Sovremenny
Sovremenny-class 956 715 Bystryy 28.10.1989 [17] Pacific Fleet
406 Gremyashchiy 12.07.1991 [18] Northern Fleet
620 Bespokoynyy 29.02.1992 [19] Baltic Fleet
610 Nastoychivyy 27.03.1993 [19] Baltic Fleet Current Baltic Fleet Flagship.
434 Admiral Ushakov 17.04.1994 [18] Northern Fleet

Frigates

Class Photo Project Hull number Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Burevestnik-class frigate Ladnyy in Valletta Harbour 1135 801 Ladnyy 1980[20] Black Sea Fleet
1135M 808 Pytlivyy 1981[21] Black Sea Fleet
Neustrashimyy-class frigate Neustrashimy-class frigate 1154 712 Neustrashimyy 1990[22] Baltic Fleet
727 Yaroslav Mudryy 2009[23] Baltic Fleet

Corvettes

Class Photo Project Hull number Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Grisha-class corvette Grisha Corvette 1124 059 Alexandrovets 1982 Black Sea Fleet
369 Kholmsk 1985 Pacific Fleet
1124M 064 Muromets 1982 Black Sea Fleet
071 Suzdalets 1983 Black Sea Fleet
055 Kasimov 1986 Black Sea Fleet
354 MPK-221 1987 Pacific Fleet
199 Brest 1988 Northern Fleet
053 Povorino 1989 Black Sea Fleet
390 Koryeyets 1989 Pacific Fleet
054 Eysk 1989 Black Sea Fleet
113 Yunga 1989 Northern Fleet
138 Naryan-Mar 1990 Northern Fleet
350 Sovetskaya Gavan 1990 Pacific Fleet
332 MPK-107 1990 Pacific Fleet
164 Onega 1990 Northern Fleet
323 Metel 1990 Pacific Fleet
375 MPK-82 1991 Pacific Fleet
362 Ust-Ilimsk 1991 Pacific Fleet
190 Monchegorsk 1993 Northern Fleet
196 Snezhnogorsk 1994 Northern Fleet
Nanuchka-class corvette Nanuchka Corvette 12341 620 Shtil 1978 Black Sea Fleet
535 Aysberg 1979 Northern Fleet
423 Smerch 1984 Pacific Fleet
617 Mirazh 1986 Black Sea Fleet
418 Iney 1987 Pacific Fleet
520 Rassvet 1988 Northern Fleet
560 Zyb 1989 Baltic Fleet
555 Geyzer 1989 Baltic Fleet
409 Moroz 1989 Pacific Fleet
570 Passat 1990 Baltic Fleet
551 Liven 1991 Baltic Fleet
450 Razliv 1991 Pacific Fleet
12347 526 Nakat 1987 Northern Fleet
Tarantul-class corvette MRK 700 12411T 995 R-79 1984 Pacific Fleet
705 Stupinets 1985 Caspian Flotilla
852 Kuznetsk 1985 Baltic Fleet
833 R-257 1986 Baltic Fleet
12411 819 R-47 1987 Baltic Fleet
955 R-60 1987 Black Sea Fleet
054 MAK-160 1988 Caspian Flotilla
991 R-261 1988 Pacific Fleet
855 Zarechny 1989 Baltic Fleet
953 R-239 1989 Black Sea Fleet
954 Ivanovets 1989 Black Sea Fleet
951 R-297 1990 Pacific Fleet
952 R-109 1990 Black Sea Fleet
971 R-298 1990 Pacific Fleet
825 Dimitrovgrad 1991 Baltic Fleet
940 R-11 1991 Pacific Fleet
924 R-14 1991 Pacific Fleet
874 Morshansk 1992 Baltic Fleet
937 R-18 1992 Pacific Fleet
978 R-19 1992 Pacific Fleet
921 R-20 1993 Pacific Fleet
946 R-24 1994 Pacific Fleet
870 R-2 2000 Baltic Fleet
916 R-29 2003 Pacific Fleet
12417 962 R-71 1985 Black Sea Fleet
Parchim-class corvette Parchim Class 1331M 304 MPK-192 1986 Baltic Fleet
311 Kazanets 1986 Baltic Fleet
308 Zelenodolsk 1987 Baltic Fleet
245 MPK-105 1988 Baltic Fleet
218 Aleksin 1989 Baltic Fleet
243 MPK-227 1989 Baltic Fleet
232 Kalmykiya 1990 Baltic Fleet
Gepard-class Corvette 11661K 691 Tatarstan 2003 Caspian Flotilla
693 Dagestan 2012[24] Caspian Flotilla
Buyan-class corvette 21630 012 Astrakhan 2006 Caspian Flotilla
161 Volgodonsk 2012[25] Caspian Flotilla
162[26] Makhachkala 2012[27] Caspian Flotilla
Steregushchy-class corvette
(Considered a frigate by NATO)
Steregushchy corvette 20380 530 Steregushchiy 2008[28] Baltic Fleet
531 Soobrazitelnyy 2011[29] Baltic Fleet
532 Boikiy 2013[30] Baltic Fleet
545 Stoikiy 2014[31] Baltic Fleet
Buyan M-class corvette Buyan M-class corvette 21631 021 Grad Sviyazhsk 2014[32] Caspian Flotilla
022 Uglich 2014 Caspian Flotilla
023 Veliky Ustug 2014[33] Caspian Flotilla

Ballistic missile submarines

Class Photo Project Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Delta III Delta-III submarine 667BDR K-223 Podolsk 1979 Pacific Fleet
Svyatoy Georgiy PobedonosetsК-433 1978 Pacific Fleet
K-44 Ryazan 1982 Pacific Fleet Transferred to Vilyuchinsk from the Northern Fleet, has been moved to the Zvezda plant in 2012 and planned to be operational through 2017 [34]
Typhoon-class submarine Typhoon class 941UM TK-208 Dmitriy Donskoy 1981[35] Northern Fleet In service as test bed for Bulava missile. On 2 September 2015, she was deployed to the Syrian coast in support of the Russian ground mission in Syria.[36]
Delta IV Delta IV class submarine 667BDRM K-51 Verkhoturye [34] Northern Fleet
K-84 Ekaterinburg 1985[37] Northern Fleet On 29 December 2011, during maintenance repairs in floating dock, submarine caught fire. Her outer hull and sonar aperture was damaged. Submarine was repaired at Zvezdochka Shipyard starting June 2012[38] and returned to active service in December 2014.[39]
K-114 Tula 1987 Northern Fleet
K-117 Bryansk 1988 Northern Fleet
K-18 Karelia 1989[40] Northern Fleet
K-407 Novomoskovsk 1990 Northern Fleet Planned to be operational through 2020.[41]
Borei Delta IV class submarine 955 K-535 Yuriy Dolgorukiy 2013[42] Northern Fleet
K-550 Aleksandr Nevskiy 2013[43] Pacific Fleet In construction the hull of the unfinished Akula III class submarine Rys (1993) was used.[44][45]
K-551 Vladimir Monomakh 2014[46][47] Pacific Fleet Reportedly hull of scrapped Akula I class submarine AkBars (1993) was used in the construction.[48] Officially inducted in the Russian Navy on Friday December 19.[49]

Cruise missile submarines

Class Photo Project Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Oscar II-class submarine Oscar class submarine 949A K-119 Voronezh 1989 Northern Fleet
K-410 Smolensk 1990 Northern Fleet
K-226 Orel 1992 Northern Fleet In for repair and modernization. Planned entry into service in 2016. On 7 April 2015 the ship caught fire at Zvezdochka Shipyard. It is unclear if the ship will be repaired or scrapped.[50]
K-456 Vilyuchinsk 1992 Pacific Fleet upgrade to 949AM[51]
K-186 Omsk 1993 Pacific Fleet
K-442 Chelyabinsk 1990 Pacific Fleet In August 2014 sent for repairs and upgrades to the plant in Primorski Krai "Zvezda",[52][53] upgrade to 949AM[51]
K-150 Tomsk 1996 Pacific Fleet

Nuclear attack submarines

Class Photo Project Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Sierra II-class submarine Sierra class 945A K-534 Pskov (ex-Zubatka) 28.12.1990[54] Northern Fleet Plan to upgrade the ship on the CA "Zvezdochka" on the project 945M[55]
K-336 Nizhniy Novgorod (ex-Okun') 1993[56] Northern Fleet Plan to upgrade the ship on the CA "Zvezdochka" on the project 945M[55]
Victor III-class submarine Victor class 671RTMK B-388 Petrozavodsk 1988 Northern Fleet
B-138 Obninsk 1990 Northern Fleet
B-414 Daniil Moskovskiy 1990[57] Northern Fleet
B-448 Tambov 1992[58] Northern Fleet
Akula-class submarine Akula-class submarine 971 K-317 Pantera 30.12.1990[59] Northern Fleet
K-331 Magadan (ex-Narval) 1989[60] Pacific Fleet
K-419 Kuzbass (ex-Morzh) 1992[60] Pacific Fleet Will be Undergoing overhaul and modernization at Zvezda shipyard from 2009 to 2015[61]
K-461 Volk 27.12.1992[62] Northern Fleet Will be Undergoing overhaul and modernization at Zvezdochka shipyard from 2013 to 2015, to a level 971M[63]
K-328 Leopard 15.01.1993[64] Northern Fleet Undergoing overhaul and modernization at Zvezdochka shipyard from 2011to 2014, to a level 971M[65]
K-154 Tigr 05.12.1994[66] Northern Fleet
K-295 Samara 1995[67] Pacific Fleet In August 2014 sent for repair and modernization in Severodvinsk[52][53]
K-391 Bratsk 1987[68] Pacific Fleet In August 2014 sent for repair and modernization in Severodvinsk[52][53]
K-157 Vepr 08.01.1996[69] Northern Fleet
Akula III-class submarine Akula III-class submarine 971M K-335 Gepard 2000[70] Northern Fleet
Yasen-class submarine Yasen class submarine 885 K-329 Severodvinsk 2014[71] Northern Fleet

Conventional attack submarines

Class Photo Project Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Project 877 Paltus
(Kilo-class submarine)
Kilo class 877 B-260 Chita 1981 Pacific Fleet
B-227 Vyborg 1982 Baltic Fleet
B-402 Vologda 1984 Northern Fleet
B-445 Svyatoy Nikolay Chudotvorets 1988[72] Pacific Fleet
B-808 Yaroslavl 1988 Northern Fleet
B-394 1988[73] Pacific Fleet status unknown from 2009
B-464 Ust'-Kamchatsk 1990 Pacific Fleet
B-459 Vladikavkaz 1990 Northern Fleet Undergoing overhaul in Zvezdochka since 2011. 2015Service[74]
B-471 Magnitogorsk 1990 Northern Fleet
B-494 Ust´-Bolsheretsk 1990 Pacific Fleet
B-177 Lipetsk 1991 Northern Fleet
B-190 Krasnokamensk 1992 Pacific Fleet
B-345 Mogocha 1994 Pacific Fleet
877EKM B-806 Dmitrov 1986[75] Baltic Fleet
877LPMB B-800 Kaluga 1989[76] Northern Fleet
877V B-871 Alrosa 1990[77] Black Sea Fleet Transferred to Baltic Sea in 2011 for maintenance/overhaul till late September 2012[78]
Project 636 Varshavyanka
(Improved Kilo-class submarine)
Improved Kilo class submarine 636.3 B-261 Novorossiysk 2014[79][80] Black Sea Fleet
B-237 Rostov na Donu 2014 Black Sea Fleet Shipping to the place-based
B-262 Stary Oskol 2015[81] Black Sea Fleet Shipping to the place-based
Lada-class submarine Lada-class submarine 677 B-585 Sankt Peterburg 2010[82] Northern Fleet Initially failed to meet Navy requirements. On 27 July 2012, the Russian Navy commander-in-chief announced the resumption of the construction of the Lada-class submarines, having undergone design changes.[83][84]

Minesweepers

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 266
Natya
Natya Class 1970–2008 2 2 6
Project 1265
Sonya
Sonya Class 1972–1997 6 7 2 5 2
Project 1266
Gorya
Gorya-class minesweeper 1988–2000 1 1
Project 10750
Lida
1989-1996 5 2

Missile hovercraft

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 1239
Bora
Bora-class missile corvette 615 Bora 1989 X
616 Samum 2000 X

Landing ships

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 1171
Alligator
Alligator class 150 Saratov 1966 X
148 Orsk 1968 X
081 Nikolay Vilkov 1974 X
152 Nikolay Filchenkov 1975 X
Project 775
Ropucha
Ropucha-class landing ship 012 Olenegorskiy Gornyak 1976 X
027 Kondopoga 1976 X
031 Aleksandr Otrakovskiy 1978 X
Project 775
Ropucha II
Ropucha II-class landing ship 066 Oslyabya 1981 X
055 BDK-98 1982 X
127 Minsk 1983 X
102 Kaliningrad 1984 X
016 Georgiy Pobedonosets 1985 X
110 Aleksandr Shabalin 1985 X
158 Caesar Kunikov 1986 X
142 Novocherkassk 1987 X
156 Yamal 1988 X
Project 775M
Ropucha III
151 Azov 1990 X
077 Peresvet 1991 X
130 Korolev 1991 X

Landing craft

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 21820
Dyugon-class
Dyugon class Ataman Platov 2009[85] X
Ivan Kartsov 2014 X
Denis Davydov 2014[86] X[87]
Leytenant Rimskiy 2015[88] X
Michman Lermontov 2015[89] X
Project 11770
Serna-class
Serna-class D-67 1994 X
D-156 1999 X
D-131 2002 X
D-56 2005 X
D-172 2005 X
D-144 2008 X
D-1441 2009 X
D-1442 2009 X
D-107 2010 X
2013 X
2013 X
D-199 2014 X

Amphibious hovercrafts

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 12322
Zubr
Zubr class 770 Evgeniy Kocheshkov 1990 X
782 Mordoviya 1991 X

Special purpose submarines

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 20120
Sarov
TBD B-90 Sarov 2008 X Universal test platform, designed to develop and test emerging designs and upgraded weapons and military equipment
Project 09786 TBD BS-136 Orenburg' 2002(1981)[90] X Mother-ship for autonomous underwater vehicles

Special purpose boats

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 21980
Grachonok
Grachonok class 889 P-104 Nakhimovets 2010[91] X
840 P-191 2012 X
841 P-349 2012[92] X
842 P-350 2013 X
996 P-377 2014 X
930 P-351 2013[93] X
976 P-355 2014[94] X
No.8
(shipyard №8003)
2014 X
P-417 2014 X[95]
No.10
(shipyard №987)[96]
2014 X
Project 03160
Raptor
P-274 05.03.2015 X
P-275 05.03.2015 X
P-276 05.03.2015 X
P-281 25.03.2015 X
[97]

Intelligence vessels

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Vishnya-class Intelligence ship
(Project 864 Meridian)
Kareliya with USS Texabn CN-39 SSV-520 Fedor Golovin
(ex Meridian)
1985 X Renamed for admiral at side of Peter I during Azov campaign, instrumental in founding School of Mathematics & Navigation (currently St. Petersburg Naval Institute).[98]
SSV-208 Kurily 1986 X
SSV-169 Tavriya 1986 X
SSV-535 Kareliya 1986 X
SSV-201 Priazovye 1987 X
SSV-175 Viktor Leonov (ex Odograf) 1988 X Renamed for Soviet sailor and Hero of the Soviet Union
SSV-231 Vasiliy Tatishchev (ex Pelengator) 1988 X Renamed after prominent Russian statesman, and ethnographer
Project 18280 Intelligence ship Yury Ivanov 2015[99] X Also referred to as a communication ship

Auxiliary vessels

Ships in reserve

Heavy missile cruisers

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 11442
Kirov
Soviet battlecruiser Kirov 065 Admiral Ushakov December 30, 1980 X Laid-up to be scrapped
050 Admiral Lazarev 1984[122] X Laid-up. The possibility of recovery and return to the combat strength of the Navy.
085 Admiral Nakhimov 1988[122] X Undergoing modernization at Sevmash shipyard, Severodvinsk, on the White Sea. Scheduled to be back in service at 2018 and rejoin in the Northern Fleet or Pacific Fleet.[123][124]

Cruisers

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Kara-class cruiser Kara-class 713 Kerch 1974[125] X Non Active. planned for decommissioning in 2017[126]

considered by Russia to be a Large Anti-submarine Warfare Ship (BPK)

[21]

Destroyers

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 956
Sovremenny
720 Boevoy 1986[127] X Out of active service and waiting for a modernization and overhaul[128]
778 Burnyy 1988 X Out of active service. Ongoing modernization and overhaul[128]
754 Bezboyaznennyy 1990[129] X Out of active service and waiting for a modernization and overhaul[128]

Ballistic missile submarines

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 941
Typhoon
TK-17 Arkhangelsk 1987 X In reserve from 2006. Main armament removed. Moored at Sevmash shipyard awaiting possible rearmament with new weapons and electronics[130][131] Announced in May 2013 to be scrapped.[132] Will be withdrawn from service and scrapped in 2019.
TK-20 Severstal 1989 X In reserve from 2004. Main armament removed. Moored at Sevmash shipyard awaiting possible rearmament with new weapons and electronics[130][131] Announced in May 2013 to be scrapped.[132] Will be withdrawn from service and scrapped in 2019.

Cruise missile submarines

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 949A
Oscar II
K-132 Irkutsk 1988 X Ongoing overhaul since 2008, upgrade to 949AM[51]

Nuclear attack submarines

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 945
Sierra I
K-239 (ex-Karp) 1987 X Planned for modernizations as project 945M since 2013[133]
K-276 Kostroma (ex-Krab) 21.09.1984 X after two years in service submarine in 2008 again in refit - status: Plan to upgrade the ship on the CA "Zvezdochka" on the project 945M[55]
Project 971
Akula
K-322 Kashalot 1988 X Being upgraded in Komsomolsk-on-Amur
Project 971I
Akula
Nerpa K-152 Nerpa 2010[134] X From 23 January 2012 leased to India for 10 years[135]

Conventional attack submarine

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 641B
Tango
B-380 Svyatoy Knyaz Georgiy 1982[136] X Out of active service[137]
Project 877
Kilo
B-187 1991 X Undergoing overhaul and modernizations since 2008
B-401 1984 X ex.Novosibirsk, in reserve, title transferred to nuclear submarines (K-573) project Yasen M

Landing ships

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 1174
Nosorog
Alligator class Aleksandr Nikolayev 1982 X The possibility of recovery and return to the combat strength of the Navy[138]
Mitrofan Moskalenko 1990 X The possibility of recovery and return to the combat strength of the Navy[139]

Corvettes

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 1124
Grisha
TBD 319 MPK-178 1984 X
Project 1124M
Grisha
Grisha Corvette 171 MPK-113 1988 X

Special purpose submarines

Class Photo Hull number Name Commissioned NF PF BSF BF CF Note
ex Delta IV class BS-64 Podmoskovye 1986 X Removed from service in 1999, to undergo repairs and rebuild to scientific-experimental platform[140]

Planned/under construction ships

Aircraft carrier

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Future Russian Aircraft Carrier TBD No.1 2018[141] Planned. Not funded through 2020.

Destroyers

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 'Leader'
No.1 2017[142] planned
No.2 planned
No.3 planned
No.4 planned
No.5 planned
No.6 planned
No.7 planned
No.8 planned
No.9 planned
No.10 planned
No.11 planned
No.12[142] planned [143]

Ballistic missile submarines

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 955A
Borey II
TBD K-??? Knyaz Vladimir[144] 30 July 2012[145] N/A N/A Under construction. The first of Project 955-A Borei-II class. According to some sources will carry 20 SLBMs.[146]
K-??? Knyaz Oleg 27 July 2014[147][148] N/A N/A Under construction.
K-??? Generalissimo Suvorov 26 December 2014[149] N/A N/A Under construction.
K-??? Aleksandr III 2015 est. By 2020[150][151] Ordered[152]
K-??? 2015 est. By 2020[150][151] Ordered[153]
No.9 Planned[150]
No.10 Planned[150]

Nuclear attack submarines

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 885M
Yasen II
TBD K-??? Kazan 24 July 2009 2015 2016[154]
K-??? Novosibirsk 26 July 2013
K-??? Krasnoyarsk 27 July 2014[147][148]
K-??? Arhangelsk 19 March 2015[155]
No.6 2015 ordered[156]
No.7 2021[157] planned
No.8 planned
No.9 planned
No.10 planned

Conventional attack submarines

In State Arms Program 2011-2020 is planned to build up to 20 submarines[158]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 06363
Improved Kilo
TBD B-265 Krasnodar 20.02.2014 25.04.2015[159] X
B-??? Veliky Novgorod 30.10.2014[160] X
B-??? Kolpino 30.10.2014[160] X
Project 677
(Updated)
Lada
Lada-class submarine B-586 Kronshtadt 28.07.2005 end 2015[161] 2016[162] Project corrected, the construction continues[163]
B-587 Velikie Luki (ex. Sevastopol) 10.11.2006 / renaming - 19.03.2015[164] 2017[128] After suspension of project, construction resumed.[165] Number of updated Project still unknown[166]
No.4 planned
No.5 planned
No.6 planned[167]

Frigates

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 11356
Grigorovich
Admiral Grigorovich ??? Admiral Grigorovich 18 December 2010[168] 14 March 2014[169] 2015[170] X
??? Admiral Essen 08.07.2011[171] 7.11.2014 2015 X
??? Admiral Makarov 29.02.2012[172] 2016 X
??? Admiral Butakov 13.07.2013 X
Admiral Istomin 15.11.2013
Admiral Kornilov Ordered[173]
Project 22350
Gorshkov
417 Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Gorshkov 01.02.2006 29.10.2010 2015[174][175] X
??? Admiral Flota Kasatonov 26.11.2009 12.12.2014[176] 2017 X
??? Admiral Golovko 01.02.2012[177] 2016[142] X
??? Admiral Isakov 14.11.2013 2019 X
No.5 Ordered
No.6 Ordered[178]
No.7 Planned
No.8 Planned
No.9 Planned
No.10 Planned
No.11 Planned
No.12 Planned
No.13 Planned
No.14 Planned
No.15 Planned
No.16 Planned
No.17 Planned
No.18 Planned
No.19 Planned
No.20 Planned[179]

Corvettes

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 22160
class
TBD ??? Vasil Bykov 26.2.2014[180] 2015 2016
??? Dmitry Rogachev 25.7.2014[181] 2015 2016
Project 20380
Steregushchy-class
TBD ??? Sovershennyy 2006 22.5.2015 2015[182] X[182]
??? Gromkiy 20.4.2012 2015[182] X[182]
??? Retivyy 20.2.2015[183] 2019
??? Strogiy 20.2.2015[183] 2019
??? ??? X Ordered
??? ??? X Ordered[184]
Project 20385
Gremyashchiy
TBD ??? Gremyashchiy 1.2.2012[185] 2015[186] X
??? Provornyy 25.7.2013[187][188] 2016[188] Ordered
No. 9 Ordered
No. 10 Ordered
No. 11 Ordered
No. 12 Ordered
No. 13 Ordered
No. 14 Ordered
No. 15 Ordered
No. 16 Ordered[189]
No. 17 Planned
No. 18 Planned
No. 19 Planned
No. 20 Planned[29][190]
Project 21631
Buyan
Buyan-class
??? Zelenyy dol 29.8.2012[191] 2015
??? Serpukhov 25.1.2013[192] 2015
??? Vyshny Volochek 29.5.2013[193]
??? Orehovo-Zyevo 29.5.2014
??? Ingushetiya 29.8.2014[194]
??? Graivoron 10.4.2015 planned
??? № 10 planned[195]

Minesweepers

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 12700
Aleksandrit
TBD ??? Aleksandrit 22.9.2011[196] 27.6.2014 2015[197]
Georgiy Kurbatov 24 April 2015[198]
No. 3 Ordered
No. 4 Ordered
No. 5 Planned
No. 6 Planned
No. 7 Planned
No. 8 Planned[199]

Landing ships

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 11771
Ivan Gren
??? Ivan Gren 2004 18.5.2012[200] 2015[200] X[201]
Petr Morgunov 2015[202][203] 2018 began construction in October 2014[204]
No. 3 Planned
No. 4 Planned
No. 5 Planned
No. 6 Planned[205]

Amphibious assault ships

Russia ordered two Mistral class ships at DCNS, they were build, but the deal was eventually cancelled as France blocks the delivery over conflict in Ukraine.[206]

Special purpose submarines

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 949AM (???) TBD K-329 Belgorod 1992 Laid down as Project 949A cruise missile submarine. In 1997 work was suspended at 75% of completation. From 2004 to 2006 work continue on updated Project 949AM, then suspended on 85% of completation. In 2012 was announced continue of construction for special tasks. New project number is unknown[207]

Special purpose boats

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
NF PF BSF BF CF Note
Project 21980
Grachonok
No.10
(shipyard №988)
2014

Auxiliary vessels

  • Project 23130 medium sea tanker - 1 ordered
    • ??? Academic Pashin - laid down in 12 April 2014
  • Project 23131 universal sea tanker - 2 ordered
    • 301 ... - Laid down in 26 December 2014
    • 302 ... - Laid down in 26 December 2014
  • Project 23040 boat of comprehensive rescue - 16 ordered,[208] 10 completed[209]
  • Project 745MB seagoing tug - unknown number of ships ordered
    • ??? MB-12 - Launched on 30 July 2011. Will be assign to Northern fleet[210]
  • Project 11982 trials ship - 2 planned
    • ??? Ladoga - Laid down in summer 2013 For BF[211]
    • ??? Ilmen - Laid down 04.12.2014 for BSF
  • Project 20181(20180TV) maritime transport of weapons - 1 ordered + 1 planned[112]
    • ??? Akademik Kovalev - Laid down 20.11.2011 and commissioned on Nov 2014[212]
    • ??? ... - Will be laid down in 2015
  • Project 20183 logistic Support Vessels - 1 ordered
    • ??? Akademik Aleksandrov - Laid down in 20 December 2012.[213]
  • Project 21300 ocean-going salvage ship
    • ??? Igor Belousov - Laid down 24.12.2005, planned to be launched in October 2012[215] and will be delivered in 2014[216]
  • Project 22010 oceanographic research ship – 1 ordered for NF[217] + 1 planned for PF[218]
    • Yantar – Laid down 9.7.2010. launched 5 Dec. 2012 and commissioned in end 2013[219]
  • Project 03180 (BSA-1000) multipurpose harbour ship – 4 ordered[220]
    • No.1 –launched 25 dec. 2012,[221] will be commissioned in 2013
    • No.2 – launched 14 June 2013[222]
    • No.3 – Launched Spring 2014 for BSF
    • VTK-74 – Launched 5 September 2014 for BF[223]
  • Project 90600 harbour tug - 3 ordered[110]
    • RB-391 - Laid down 9.6.2012[224]
  • Project 16609 harbour tug - 4 ordered[220]
    • No.3 – planned to delivery in May 2013
    • No.4 – planned to delivery in May 2013
  • Project 02980 sea tug - 4 ordered
    • MB-121 - launched 25 oct. 2014, planned to delivery in 1 Dec. 2014[225]
    • MB-123 - ready for launch, planned to delivery in end 2014
    • No.3 - laid down
    • No.4 - planned
  • Project 23470 big sea tug - 2 ordered[226]
    • Sergey Balk - laid down 30 October 2014 for BSF
    • Andrey Stepanov - will be laid down on 2015 for PF
  • Project PE-65 tug - 1 ordered[220]
    • PE-65 (?) – ongoing trials
  • Project 23120 Elbrus – Ice-way logistic vessel – 3 ordered[227]
    • Elbrus – Laid down in 14 November 2012 and commissioned on Nov 2014
    • MB-75 – Laid down in 19 December 2013 and commissioned on Dec 2015
    • Capitan Shevchenko –Laid down in 24 July 2014 and commissioned on July 2016[228]
  • Project 02690 self-propelled floating crane -12 ordered
    • 904 - laid down in 30 May 2014
    • 905 - laid down in 30 May 2014
    • 908 - laid down in 28 November 2014

See also

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