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List of ships of the Soviet Navy

This is a list of ships and classes of the Soviet Navy.

Corvettes

Frigates

  • Burevestnik class
    • Bditelnyy, "Watchful" (1970)
    • Bodryy, "Brisk" (1971)
    • Svirepyy, "Fierce"(1971)
    • Storozhevoy, "Vigilant" (1972), involved in a mutiny in 1975, this incident inspired the novel Hunt for Red October.
    • Razyashchiy, "Smashing" (1973)
    • Razumnyy, "Clever"(1974)
    • Druzhnyy, "Friendly" (1975)
    • Dostoynyy, "Virtuous" (1971)
    • Doblestnyy, "Valourous" (1973)
    • Deyatelnyy "Active"(1973)
    • Zharkiy, "Heated" (1975)
    • Bezzavetnyy "Serene"(1978)
    • Retivyy, "Ardent" (1976)
    • Leningradskiy Komsomolets (1976), renamed Legkiy, "Light" in 1992.
    • Letuchiy, "Flighty" (1977)
    • Pylkiy, "Fervent" (1979)
    • Zadornyy, "Passionate" (1979)
    • Bezukoriznennyy Irreproachable(1980)
    • Ladnyy, "Harmonious" (1980)
    • Poryvistyy (1980)
  • Modified Burevestnik class
  • Burevestnik M class
    • Rezvyy, "Frisky" (1975)
    • Rezkiy, "Sharp" (1976)
    • Grozyashchiy, "Threatening" (1977)
    • Razitelnyy, "Striking" (1977)
    • Neukrotimyy, "Untamable" (1978)
    • Besmennyy, "Unchanging" (1979)
    • Gordelivyy, "Proud" (1979)
    • Gromkiy, "Loud" (1979)
    • Revnostnyy, "Zealous" (1980)
    • Ryanyy (1980)
    • Pytlivyy (1982)
  • Neustrashimyy class
    • Neustrashimyy (Fearless)
    • Yaroslav Mudryy
  • Tatarstan/Gepard class
    • Tatarstan
    • Dagestan

Gunboats

  • Krasnaya Abkhaziya
  • Krasnaya Armeniya
  • Krasnaya Gruziya
  • Krasnoye Znamya
  • Krasnyy Adzharistan

Destroyers

  • Kashin class
    • Komsomolets Ukrainy (1960)
    • Soobrazitelnyy - Adaptable (1961)
    • Provornyy - Agile (1962)
    • Obraztsovyy - Exemplary (1964)
    • Odarennyy - Gifted (1964)
    • OtvazhnyyCourageous (1964)
    • Steregushchiy - Watchful (1966)
    • Krasnyy Kavkaz (1966)
    • Reshitelnyy - Decisive (1966)
    • Strogiy - Severe (1967)
    • Smetlivyy - Resourceful (1967)
    • Krasnyy Krym (1969)
    • Sposobnyy - Capable(1970)
    • Skoryy - Fast (1971)
  • Modified Kashin class
    • Ognevoy - Fiery(1963)
    • Slavnyy - Glorious (1965)
    • Stroynyy - Harmonious (1965)
    • Smyshlennyy - Humorous (1966)
    • SmelyyValiant (1968)
    • Sderzhannyy - Restrained (1972)
    • Rajput (built for Indian Navy) (1980)
    • Rana (built for Indian Navy) (1982)
    • Ranjit (built for Indian Navy) (1983)
    • Ranvir (built for Indian Navy) (1986)
    • Ranvijay (built for Indian Navy) (1988)
  • Gnevny class (Project 7 class)
  • Leningrad class
  • Mărăşti class (ex-Romanian)
  • Novik
  • Derzky class
  • Orfey class
  • Izijaslav class
  • Fidonisy class
  • Ognevoy class (Project 30 class)
  • Soobrazitelny class (Project 7u class)
  • Regele Ferdinand class (ex-Romanian)
  • Sovremenny class
    • SovremennyyModern (1980)
    • OtchayannyyFoolhardy (1982)
    • OtlichnyyPerfect (or Excellent) (1983)
    • OsmotritelnyyCircumspect (1984)
    • BezuprechnyyIrreproachable (1985)
    • BoyevoyMilitant (1986)
    • StoykiySteadfast (1986)
    • OkrylennyyInspiring (1987)
    • BurnyyFiery (1988)
    • GremyashchiyThunderous (originally Vedushchiy) (1988)
    • BystryyQuick (1989)
    • RastoropnyyPrompt (1989)
    • BezboyaznennyyIntrepid (1990)
    • BezuderzhnyyTenacious (1991)
    • BespokoynyyRestless (1992)
    • NastoychivyyReliable (originally Moskovskiy Komsomolets) (1993)
    • BesstrashnyyFearless (1994)
    • VazhnyyEminent (not completed)
    • VdumchivyyThoughtful (not completed)
  • Town class (ex-Royal Navy, ex-United States Navy)
  • Udaloy I class
  • Udaloy II class
    • Admiral Chabanenko (1995)
    • Admiral Basistyy (not completed)
    • Admiral Kucherov (not completed)

Cruisers

  • Admiral Hipper class
    • Tallinn (ex-Petropavlovsk, ex-German Lützow) (1940-1960?)
  • Diana class (1898–1945?)
  • Kynda class
    • Groznyy - Terrible (Грозный)
    • Admiral Fokin (Адмирал Фокин)
    • Admiral Golovko (Адмирал Головко)
    • Varyag
  • Komintern, ex-Pamyat Merkuriya
  • Chervona Ukraina
  • Krasnyy Krym [Red Crimea] (Красный Крым), ex-Profintern
  • Krasnyy Kavkaz
  • Kresta I class
  • Kresta II class
    • Kronshtadt
    • Admiral Isakov
    • Admiral Nakhimov
    • Admiral Makarov
    • Marshal Voroshilov
    • Admiral Oktyabrskiy
    • Admiral Isachenkov
    • Marshal Timoshenko
    • Vasiliy Chapaev
    • Admiral Yumashev
  • Kara class
    • Nikolaev (1969)
    • Ochakov (1972)
    • Kerch (1972)
    • Azov (1973)
    • Petropavlovsk (1974)
    • Tashkent (1975)
    • Vladivostok (1976)
  • Kirov class (1937–1974?)
    • Kirov (1973)
    • Voroshilov
    • Maxim Gorky
    • Molotov
    • Kalinin
    • Kaganovich
  • Murmansk (ex-USS Milwaukee (CL-5)) (1944-1949)
  • Chapayev class, an upgrade to the Kirov class (1939–1981)
  • Sverdlov class, an enlargement of the Chapayev class (1949–1991)
    • Sverdlov (Свердлов)
    • Dzerzhinskiy (Дзержинский)
    • Ordzhonikidze (Орджоникидзе)
    • Zhdanov (Жданов)
    • Aleksandr Nevskiy (Александр Невский)
    • Admiral Nakhimov (Адмирал Нахимов)
    • Admiral Ushakov (Адмирал Ушаков)
    • Admiral Lazarev (Адмирал Лазарев)
    • Alexander Suvorov (Александр Суворов)
    • Admiral Senyavin (Адмирал Сенявин)
    • Dmitry Pozharskiy (Дмитрий Пожарский)
    • Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya (Октябрьская Революция)
    • Murmansk (Мурманск)'
    • Mikhail Kutuzov (Михаил Кутузов)
  • Slava class - a non-nuclear, reduced-size version of the Kirov battlecruisers

Amphibious assault

Battlecruisers

Battleships

Aircraft carriers/Aviation cruisers

Submarines

K-219 in distress

SS/SSK

SSB

SSG

SSA (Auxiliary)

SSN

SSBN

  • Hotel class
    • K-19 (1959–1991)
    • K-33 (1969–1990)
    • K-55 (1962–?)
    • K-178 (1962–?)
    • K-40 (1962–1990)
    • K-16 (1963–1990)
    • K-145 (1963–?)
    • K-149 (1964–1990)

SSGN

SSAN (Auxiliary)

Others

Other

  • SSV-33 (Pacific Fleet communications ship, based upon the Kirov-class battlecruiser hull)
  • Lun-class ekranoplan (Commissioned as a ship and used as one).
  • VMF Kommuna is a salvage vessel and, and having been launched in 1915, one of the oldest naval vessels still in service in a major navy of the world.
  • Dunay a tall ship built in Italy as the Cristoforo Colombo and acquired as war reparation.
  • STS Sedov tall ship built as Magdalene Vinnen II also acquired as war reparation.
  • Marshal Nedelin class missile range instrumentation/space event support ship
  • Onega class acoustic trials ships
  • Potok/Modified T-58 class weapons trials ship
  • T-43 class acoustic trials ships

Missile and Munitions Transports

  • Sadko class
  • Amga class
  • Lama class
  • Muna class

Electronic Surveillance ships

  • Balzam class
  • Okean class (modified trawler)
  • Primor'ye class (modified fish factory ships)
  • Vishnaya class
  • Yug class
  • Alpinist class

Oceanographic Research Ships

  • Nikolay Zubov class (AGOR & AGI)
  • Sibirykov class
  • Yug class

Survey Ships

  • Moma class (AGS)
  • Samara class (AGS)
  • Finik class
  • Biya class
  • Kamenka class
  • Vinograd class

References

  • Haze Grey - World Navies Today: Russia Accessdate:October 2014

External links

  • Andrew Toppan's Haze Gray & Underway
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