List of active Russian Navy ships

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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] 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."

During the 2010s there was a shift toward the production and introduction of modern light units to begin to replace large numbers of obsolescent corvettes, missile boats and mine counter-measures ships from the Soviet-era. In addition, there has a been a renewed emphasis on submarine production with the introduction of nuclear-powered ballistic missile, nuclear-powered cruise missile as well as new classes of conventionally-powered attack submarines. This trend is forecast as likely to continue through the 2020s.[2]

Fleets[edit]

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

Ships and submarines in service[edit]

(summary)

Aircraft carrier[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Homeport Note
Kuznetsov 11435 Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov 063 1990 58,600 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 43rd Missile Ship Division Undergoing refit[3][4][N 1]

Battlecruisers[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Homeport Note
Kirov 11442 Admiral Nakhimov 080 1988 28,000 t Northern Fleet[5] Vladivostok, 36th Surface Ship Division [6] Undergoing refit
11442 Pyotr Velikiy 099 1998 28,000 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 43rd Missile Ship Division [7][N 2]

Cruisers[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Homeport Note
Slava 1164 Moskva 121 1983 12,500 t Black Sea Fleet Sevastopol, 30th Surface Ship Division [8][9][N 3]
1164 Marshal Ustinov 055 1986 12,500 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 43rd Missile Ship Division [3][10]
1164 Varyag 011 1989 12,500 t Pacific Fleet Vladivostok, 36th Surface Ship Division [11][12][N 4]

Destroyers[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Homeport Note
Udaloy 1155 Vice-Admiral Kulakov 626 1982 7,570 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 2nd Surface Ship Division [13]
1155 Marshal Shaposhnikov 543 1985 7,570 t Pacific Fleet Vladivostok, 36th Surface Ship Division [14]
1155 Admiral Tributs 564 1985 7,570 t Pacific Fleet Vladivostok, 36th Surface Ship Division [15]
1155 Severomorsk 619 1987 7,570 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 2nd Surface Ship Division [16]
1155 Admiral Vinogradov 572 1988 7,570 t Pacific Fleet Vladivostok, 36th Surface Ship Division [17]
1155 Admiral Levchenko 605 1988 7,570 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 2nd Surface Ship Division [18]
1155 Admiral Panteleyev 548 1991 7,570 t Pacific Fleet Vladivostok, 36th Surface Ship Division [11][19]
11551 Admiral Chabanenko 650 1999 7,570 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 2nd Surface Ship Division [20]
Sovremennyy 956 Bystryy 715 1989 8,480 t Pacific Fleet Vladivostok, 36th Surface Ship Division [11][21]
956 Nastoychivyy 610 1993 8,480 t Baltic Fleet Baltiysk, 12th Surface Ship Division [22][N 5]
956 Admiral Ushakov 434 1994 8,480 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 43rd Missile Ship Division [23]
956 Burnyy 474 1988 8,480 t Pacific Fleet Vladivostok, 36th Surface Ship Division [N 6]

Frigates[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Homeport Note
Krivak 1135 Ladnyy 801, 861 1980 3,575 t Black Sea Fleet Sevastopol, 30th Surface Ship Division [8][25]
1135M Pytlivyy 808, 868 1981 3,575 t Black Sea Fleet Sevastopol, 30th Surface Ship Division [26]
Neustrashimyy 11540 Neustrashimyy 712, 772 1990 4,400 t Baltic Fleet Baltiysk, 12th Surface Ship Division [27]
11540 Yaroslav Mudryy 727, 777 2009 4,400 t Baltic Fleet Baltiysk, 12th Surface Ship Division [28]
Grigorovich 11356M Admiral Grigorovich 745, 494[29] 2016 4,035 t Black Sea Fleet Sevastopol, 30th Surface Ship Division [30]
11356M Admiral Essen 751, 490 2016 4,035 t Black Sea Fleet Sevastopol, 30th Surface Ship Division [31]
11356M Admiral Makarov 799, 499 2017 4,035 t Black Sea Fleet Sevastopol, 30th Surface Ship Division [32]
Gepard 11661K Tatarstan 691 2003 1,930 t Caspian Flotilla Makhachkala, 106th Surface Ship Brigade [33]
11661K Dagestan 693 2012 1,930 t Caspian Flotilla Makhachkala, 106th Surface Ship Brigade [33][34]
Gorshkov 22350 Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Gorshkov 417, 454 2018 5,400 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 43rd Missile Ship Division [35][36]
22350 Admiral Flota Kasatonov 431, 461[37] 2020 5,400 t Northern Fleet Severomorsk, 43rd Missile Ship Division

Corvettes[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant no. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Grisha[38][39] 1124 Aleksandrovets 059 1982 990 t Black Sea Fleet
1124 Kholmsk 369 1985 990 t Pacific Fleet Active in 2021[40]
1124M Muromets 064 1982 990 t Black Sea Fleet
1124M Suzdalets 071 1983 990 t Black Sea Fleet
1124M Kasimov 055 1986 990 t Black Sea Fleet
1124M MPK-221 354 1987 990 t Pacific Fleet
1124M Brest 199 1988 990 t Northern Fleet
1124M Povorino 053 1989 990 t Black Sea Fleet
1124M Koryeyets 390 1989 990 t Pacific Fleet
1124M Yeysk 054 1989 990 t Black Sea Fleet
1124M Yunga 113 1989 990 t Northern Fleet
1124M Naryan-Mar 138 1990 990 t Northern Fleet
1124M Sovetskaya Gavan 350 1990 990 t Pacific Fleet
1124M MPK-107 332 1990 990 t Pacific Fleet
1124M Onega 164 1990 990 t Northern Fleet
1124M Metel 323 1990 990 t Pacific Fleet
1124M MPK-82 375 1991 990 t Pacific Fleet
1124M Ust-Ilimsk 362 1991 990 t Pacific Fleet
1124M Monchegorsk 190 1993 990 t Northern Fleet
1124M Snezhnogorsk 196 1994 990 t Northern Fleet
Nanuchka[41] 12341 Aysberg 535 1979 660 t Northern Fleet
12341 Smerch 423 1984 660 t Pacific Fleet
12341 Iney 418 1987 660 t Pacific Fleet
12341 Rassvet 520 1988 660 t Northern Fleet
12341 Zyb 560 1989 660 t Baltic Fleet
12341 Geyzer 555 1989 660 t Baltic Fleet
12341 Moroz 409 1989 660 t Pacific Fleet
12341 Passat 570 1990 660 t Baltic Fleet
12341 Liven 551 1991 660 t Baltic Fleet
12341 Razliv 450 1991 660 t Pacific Fleet
Tarantul[42] 12411T R-79 995 1984 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411T Stupinets (ex R-101) 705 1985 540 t Caspian Flotilla
12411T Kuznetsk (ex R-129) 852 1985 540 t Baltic Fleet
12411T R-257 833 1986 540 t Baltic Fleet
12411 Burya (ex R-60) 955 1987 540 t Black Sea Fleet
12411 R-261 991 1988 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 Zarechnyy (ex R-187) 855 1989 540 t Baltic Fleet
12411 Naberezhnye Chelny (ex R-239) 953 1989 540 t Black Sea Fleet
12411 Ivanovets (ex R-334) 954 1989 540 t Black Sea Fleet
12411 R-297 951 1990 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 Veter (ex R-109) 952 1990 540 t Black Sea Fleet
12411 R-298 971 1990 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 Dimitrovgrad (ex R-291) 825 1991 540 t Baltic Fleet
12411 R-11 940 1991 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 R-14 924 1991 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 Morshansk (ex R-293) 874 1992 540 t Baltic Fleet
12411 R-18 937 1992 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 R-19 978 1992 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 R-20 921 1993 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 R-24 946 1994 540 t Pacific Fleet
12411 Chuvashiya (ex R-2) 870 2000 540 t Baltic Fleet
12411 R-29 916 2003 540 t Pacific Fleet
12417 Shuya (ex R-71) 962 1985 540 t Black Sea Fleet
Parchim[43] 1331M Urengoy 304 1986 950 t Baltic Fleet
1331M Kazanets 311 1986 950 t Baltic Fleet [N 7]
1331M Zelenodolsk 308 1987 950 t Baltic Fleet
1331M Aleksin 218 1989 950 t Baltic Fleet
1331M Kabardino-Balkariya 243 1989 950 t Baltic Fleet
1331M Kalmykiya 232 1990 950 t Baltic Fleet
Bora[45] 1239 Bora 615 1989 1,050 t Black Sea Fleet [N 8]
1239 Samum 616 2000 1,050 t Black Sea Fleet [N 9]
Buyan[46] 21630 Astrakhan 012,017 2006 500 t Caspian Flotilla [46]
21630 Volgodonsk 014,018 2012 500 t Caspian Flotilla [47]
21630 Makhachkala 015,020 2012 500 t Caspian Flotilla [48]
Buyan-M 21631 Grad Sviyazhsk 021,652 2014 949 t Caspian Flotilla [49]
21631 Uglich 022,653 2014 949 t Caspian Flotilla [49]
21631 Velikiy Ustug 023,651 2014 949 t Caspian Flotilla [49]
21631 Zelenyy Dol 602,562 2015 949 t Baltic Fleet [50]
21631 Serpukhov 603,563 2015 949 t Baltic Fleet [50]
21631 Vyshniy Volochek 609 2018 949 t Black Sea Fleet [51]
21631 Orekhovo-Zuyevo 626 2018 949 t Black Sea Fleet [52]
21631 Ingushetiya 630 2019 949 t Black Sea Fleet [53]
21631 Grayvoron 600 2021 949 t Black Sea Fleet [54][55]
Steregushchiy 20380 Steregushchiy 530,550 2008 2,200 t Baltic Fleet [56]
20380 Soobrazitelnyy 531 2011 2,200 t Baltic Fleet [57]
20380 Boikiy 532 2013 2,200 t Baltic Fleet [58]
20380 Stoikiy 545 2014 2,200 t Baltic Fleet [59]
20380 Sovershennyy 333 2017 2,200 t Pacific Fleet [60]
20380 Gromkiy 335 2018 2,200 t Pacific Fleet [61]
20380 Hero of the Russian Federation Aldar Tsydenzhapov 339 2020 2,200 t Pacific Fleet [62]
Gremyashchiy 20385 Gremyashchiy 337 2020 2,500 t Pacific Fleet [63]
Karakurt 22800 Mytischchi 567 2018 800 t Baltic Fleet [64]
22800 Sovetsk 577 2019 800 t Baltic Fleet [65]
22800 Odintsovo 584 2020 860 t Baltic Fleet [66]

Landing ships[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant no. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Alligator[67] 1171 Saratov 150 1966 4,700 t Black Sea Fleet
1171 Orsk 148 1968 4,700 t Black Sea Fleet
1171 Nikolay Vilkov 081 1974 4,700 t Pacific Fleet
1171 Nikolay Filchenkov 152 1975 4,700 t Black Sea Fleet
Ropucha[68] 775 Olenegorskiy Gornyak 012 1976 4,080 t Northern Fleet
775 Kondopoga 027 1976 4,080 t Northern Fleet
775 Aleksandr Otrakovskiy 031 1978 4,080 t Northern Fleet
775 Oslyabya 066 1981 4,080 t Pacific Fleet
775 Admiral Nevelskoy 055 1982 4,080 t Pacific Fleet
775 Minsk 127 1983 4,080 t Baltic Fleet
775 Kaliningrad 102 1984 4,080 t Baltic Fleet
775 Georgiy Pobedonosets 016 1985 4,080 t Northern Fleet
775 Aleksandr Shabalin 110 1985 4,080 t Baltic Fleet
775 Tsezar Kunikov 158 1986 4,080 t Black Sea Fleet
775 Novocherkassk 142 1987 4,080 t Black Sea Fleet
775 Yamal 156 1988 4,080 t Black Sea Fleet
775M Azov 151 1990 4,080 t Black Sea Fleet
775M Peresvet 077 1991 4,080 t Pacific Fleet
775M Korolev 130 1991 4,080 t Baltic Fleet [69]
Ivan Gren 11711 Ivan Gren 135 2018 6,600 t Northern Fleet [70]
11711 Petr Morgunov 117 2020 6,600 t Northern Fleet [71][72]

Landing craft[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant no. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Zubr[73] 12322 Evgeniy Kocheshkov 770 1990 555 t Baltic Fleet
12322 Mordoviya 782 1991 555 t Baltic Fleet
Serna[74] 11770 D-67 1994 100 t Baltic Fleet
11770 D-156 1999 100 t Caspian Flotilla
11770 D-131 2002 100 t Caspian Flotilla
11770 D-172 2005 100 t Caspian Flotilla
11770 D-56 2008 100 t Caspian Flotilla[74]
11770 D-144 2008 100 t Black Sea Fleet
11770 D-1441 2009 100 t Baltic Fleet
11770 D-1442 2009 100 t Baltic Fleet
11770 D-107 2010 100 t Pacific Fleet
11770 D-809 2013 100 t Caspian Flotilla
11770 D-810 2013 100 t Caspian Flotilla
11770 D-199 2014 100 t Black Sea Fleet
Dyugon[75] 21820 Ataman Platov 2010[citation needed] 280 t Caspian Flotilla [76]
21820 Denis Davydov 2014 280 t Baltic Fleet [77]
21820 Ivan Kartsov 2015[78] 280 t Pacific Fleet
21820 Lieutenant Rimskiy-Korsakov 2015 280 t Baltic Fleet [79]
21820 Midshipman Lermontov 2015 280 t Baltic Fleet [80]
Akula[81] 1176 D-704 1976 90 t Pacific Fleet
1176 D-70 1981 90 t Pacific Fleet
1176 D-464 1985 90 t Northern Fleet
1176 D-465 1986 90 t Baltic Fleet
1176 D-325 1991 90 t Baltic Fleet
1176 D-148 1993 90 t Northern Fleet
1176 D-365 1994 90 t Baltic Fleet
1176 D-182 1996 90 t Northern Fleet
1176 D-185 2000 90 t Caspian Flotilla
1176 D-163 2005 90 t Northern Fleet
1176 D-57 2007 90 t Pacific Fleet
1176 D-106 2009 90 t Black Sea Fleet
BK-16 02510 D-296 2015 35 t Black Sea Fleet [82]
02510 D-297 2015 35 t Black Sea Fleet
02510 D-308 2018 35 t Northern Fleet
02510 D-2110 2018[83] 35 t Northern Fleet [citation needed]
02510 D-??? 2021 35 t Northern Fleet [84]
BK-18 02511 2017 25 t Black Sea Fleet
02511 2017 25 t Black Sea Fleet [85]

Special-purpose ships[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant no. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Moma 861M Kil'din 512 1979 1,560 t Black Sea Fleet [N 10]
861M Ekvator 1980 1,560 t Black Sea Fleet [N 11]
Alpinist 503R Syzran 1981 1,202 t Baltic Fleet [86][N 12]
503R Zhigulevsk 1982 1,202 t Baltic Fleet [N 13]
Vishnya 864 Fedor Golovin 520 1985 3,470 t Baltic Fleet [N 14]
864 Kurily 208 1986 3,470 t Northern Fleet [N 15]
864 Tavriya 169 1986 3,470 t Northern Fleet [N 16]
864 Kareliya 535 1986 3,470 t Pacific Fleet [N 17]
864 Priazovye 201 1987 3,470 t Black Sea Fleet [N 18]
864 Viktor Leonov 175 1988 3,470 t Northern Fleet [N 19]
864 Vasiliy Tatishchev 231 1988 3,470 t Baltic Fleet [N 20]
Balzam 1826 Pribaltika 80 1983 4,900 t Pacific Fleet[87] [N 21]
Yuriy Ivanov 18280 Yuriy Ivanov 2015 4,000 t Northern Fleet [88][N 22]
18280 Ivan Khurs 2018 4,000 t Black Sea Fleet [89]
Baklan 1388NZ KSV-2168 2018[90] 500 t Baltic Fleet [N 23]
Marshal Nedelin 1914 Marshal Krylov 1990 23,780 t Pacific Fleet [N 24]
Project 7452 7452 Chusuvoy 1987 1,300 t Northern Fleet[91] [N 25]
Project 22010 22010 Yantar 2013 5,200 t Northern Fleet [92][N 26]

Patrol ships[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant no. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Project 22160 22160 Vasily Bykov 368 2018 1,500 t Black Sea Fleet [93]
22160 Dmitry Rogachev 375 2019 1,500 t Black Sea Fleet [94]
22160 Pavel Derzhavin 363 2020 1,500 t Black Sea Fleet [95]

Patrol boats[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant no. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Grachonok 21980 P-104 889 2010 139 t Baltic Fleet [96]
21980 P-191 840 2012 139 t Black Sea Fleet
21980 P-349 841 2012 139 t Black Sea Fleet [97]
21980 P-350 842 2013 139 t Black Sea Fleet
21980 P-377 996 2014 139 t Pacific Fleet
21980 P-351 930 2013 139 t Caspian Flotilla [98]
21980 P-355 976 2014 139 t Black Sea Fleet [citation needed]
21980 P-420 2014 139 t Pacific Fleet [N 27]
21980 P-417 2014 139 t Pacific Fleet [99]
21980 P-424 2014 139 t Black Sea Fleet [N 28]
21980 P-340 2016 139 t Northern Fleet [N 29]
21980 P-433 2017 139 t Black Sea Fleet [100]
21980 P-421 2017 139 t Northern Fleet
21980 P-429 2017 139 t Northern Fleet
21980 P-430 2017 139 t Northern Fleet
21980 P-431 2017 139 t Pacific Fleet
21980 P- 989 2018 139 t Caspian Flotilla
21980 P-445 2019 139 t Pacific Fleet [101]
21980 P-449 990 2019 139 t Caspian Flotilla
21980 P- Yunarmeets Sakhalina 2020 139 t Pacific Fleet [102][103]
Raptor 03160 PM-15 2014 43 t Black Sea Fleet [citation needed]
03160 P-274 2015 43 t Black Sea Fleet
03160 P-275 2015 43 t Black Sea Fleet
03160 P-276 2015 43 t Black Sea Fleet
03160 P-281 2015 43 t Baltic Fleet
03160 P-271 2015 43 t Baltic Fleet
03160 P-282 2015 43 t Black Sea Fleet
03160 P-288 2015 43 t Black Sea Fleet
03160 P-334 2016 43 t Baltic Fleet Used as VIP for MoD[citation needed]
03160 P-415 2017 43 t Black Sea Fleet
03160 P-425 2017 43 t Black Sea Fleet [104]
03160 P-712 2017 43 t Baltic Fleet [105]
03160 P- 2018 43 t Caspian Flotilla
03160 P- 2018 43 t Caspian Flotilla [106]
03160 P- 2020 43 t Baltic Fleet [107]
03160 P- 2020 43 t Baltic Fleet [107][108]
03160 P- 2020 43 t Baltic Fleet [109]
Mangust-class patrol boat 12150/A 2 in service, P-389[110] 2013 31 t Baltic Fleet
Dockstavarvet IC16M IC16MII P-569 2011 22 t Black Sea Fleet [111]
IC16MII P-570 2011 22 t Black Sea Fleet [111]
IC16MII P-5734 2004 22 t [111]
IC16MII P-548 2007 22 t [111]
IC16MII P-549 2008 22 t [111]
IC16MII P-550 2008 22 t [111]
IC16MII P-558 2009 22 t [111]
IC16MII P-571 2012 22 t [111]
IC16MII P-572 2012 22 t [111]
IC16MII P-573 2012 22 t
IC16MII P-574 2012 22 t
IC16MII P-576 2013 22 t
Shmel 1204 Ak-209 045 1982 77 t Caspian Flotilla [112]
1204 Ak-223 047 1982 77 t Caspian Flotilla [113]
1204 Al-201 042 1983 77 t Caspian Flotilla
1204 Ak-248 044 1983 77 t Caspian Flotilla

Mine countermeasures[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant no. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Natya[114] 266 and 02668 8 in service[115] 1970—2009 873 t
Sonya[116] 1265 21-23 in service[115][117][118] 1971—1991 450 t
Korund 1258 4 in service[119][circular reference] 1976-1985 97 t
Gorya[120] 12660 2 in service 1988—1994 1,100 t
Lida[121] 10750 7 in service[121] 1989—1996 135 t
Alexandrit 12700 4 in service[122][123] 2016—present 890 t

Ballistic missile submarines (SSBN)[edit]

Class Project Boat Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Typhoon 941UM Dmitriy Donskoy TK-208 1981 33,800 t Northern Fleet [124][N 30]
Delta III 667BDR Ryazan K-44 1982 13,700 t Pacific Fleet [125][N 31]
Delta IV 667BDRM Verkhoturye K-51 1984 18,200 t Northern Fleet
667BDRM Yekaterinburg K-84 1985 18,200 t Northern Fleet To be decommissioned in 2022.[127]
667BDRM Tula K-114 1987 18,200 t Northern Fleet
667BDRM Bryansk K-117 1988 18,200 t Northern Fleet
667BDRM Karelia K-18 1989 18,200 t Northern Fleet [128]
667BDRM Novomoskovsk K-407 1990 18,200 t Northern Fleet [N 32]
Borey 955 Yuriy Dolgorukiy K-535 2013 24,000 t Northern Fleet
955 Aleksandr Nevskiy K-550 2013 24,000 t Pacific Fleet [130]
955 Vladimir Monomakh K-551 2014 24,000 t Pacific Fleet [131]
955A Knyaz Vladimir K-549 2020 24,000 t Northern Fleet [132]

Cruise missile submarines (SSGN)[edit]

Class Project Boat Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Oscar II 949A Irkutsk K-132 1988 19,400 t Pacific Fleet
949A Voronezh K-119 1989 19,400 t Northern Fleet [133]
949A Chelyabinsk K-442 1990 19,400 t Pacific Fleet
949A Smolensk K-410 1990 19,400 t Northern Fleet [134]
949A Orel K-266 1992 19,400 t Northern Fleet [135]
949A Tver[136] (ex.Vilyuchinsk ) K-456 1992 19,400 t Pacific Fleet
949A Omsk K-186 1993 19,400 t Pacific Fleet
949A Tomsk K-150 1996 19,400 t Pacific Fleet [137]
Yasen 885 Severodvinsk K-560 2014 13,800 t Northern Fleet [138]
885M Kazan K-561 2021 13,800 t Northern Fleet Active[139]

Nuclear attack submarines (SSN)[edit]

Class Project Boat Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Sierra II 945A Nizhny Novgorod K-336 1990 9,100 t Northern Fleet
945A Pskov K-534 1993 9,100 t Northern Fleet [140]
Victor III 671RTMK Obninsk K-138 1990 7,250 t Northern Fleet
671RTMK Tambov K-448 1992 7,250 t Northern Fleet [141]
671RTMK Daniil Moskovsky K-414 1988 7,250 t Northern Fleet In reserve since December 2015. To be decommissioned in 2021.[142][143]
Akula 971 Bratsk K-391 1989 12,770 t Pacific Fleet [144][N 33]
971 Pantera K-317 1990 12,770 t Northern Fleet [146]
971 Magadan K-331 1990 12,770 t Pacific Fleet [147]
971I Kuzbass K-419 1992 12,770 t Pacific Fleet [147]
971I Volk K-461 1992 12,770 t Northern Fleet [148][N 34]
971I Leopard K-328 1993 12,770 t Northern Fleet [150][N 35]
971I Tigr K-154 1994 12,770 t Northern Fleet [152]
971I Samara K-295 1995 12,770 t Pacific Fleet [153][N 36]
971U Vepr K-157 1996 13,400 t Northern Fleet [154]
971M Gepard K-335 2000 13,800 t Northern Fleet [155]

Conventional attack submarines (SSK)[edit]

Class Project Boat Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Kilo[156] 877 Nurlat B-394 1988 3,075 t Pacific Fleet
877 Yaroslavl B-808 1988 3,075 t Northern Fleet
877 Ust'-Kamchatsk B-464 1990 3,075 t Pacific Fleet
877 Vladikavkaz B-459 1990 3,075 t Northern Fleet
877 Magnitogorsk B-471 1990 3,075 t Northern Fleet
877 Ust´-Bolsheretsk B-494 1990 3,075 t Pacific Fleet
877 Lipetsk B-177 1991 3,075 t Northern Fleet
877 Komsomolsk-na-Amure B-187 1991 3,075 t Pacific Fleet [citation needed][157]
877 Krasnokamensk B-190 1992 3,075 t Pacific Fleet
877 Mogocha B-345 1994 3,075 t Pacific Fleet
877EKM Dmitrov B-806 1986 3,075 t Baltic Fleet [158]
877LPMB Kaluga B-800 1989 3,075 t Northern Fleet [159]
877V Alrosa B-871 1990 3,075 t Black Sea Fleet [160]
Improved Kilo[156] 636.3 Novorossiysk B-261 2014 3,100 t Black Sea Fleet [161]
636.3 Rostov na Donu B-237 2014 3,100 t Black Sea Fleet
636.3 Staryy Oskol B-262 2015 3,100 t Black Sea Fleet [162]
636.3 Krasnodar B-265 2015 3,100 t Black Sea Fleet
636.3 Velikiy Novgorod B-268 2016 3,100 t Black Sea Fleet [163]
636.3 Kolpino B-271 2016 3,100 t Black Sea Fleet
636.3 Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky B-274 2019 3,100 t Pacific Fleet [164]
636.3 Volkhov B-603 2020 3,100 t Pacific Fleet [165]
Lada 677 Sankt Peterburg B-585 2010 2,700 t Northern Fleet [166]

Special-purpose submarines[edit]

Class Project Boat Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
ex Delta III 09786 Orenburg 1981 (2002) 13,700 t Northern Fleet [167][N 37]
ex Delta IV 09787 Podmoskovye 1986 (2016) 18,200 t Northern Fleet [N 38]
Sarov 20120 Sarov 2008 3,950 t Northern Fleet [N 39]
Paltus 18511 AS-21 1991 about 600 t Northern Fleet
18511 AS-35 1995 about 600 t Northern Fleet
Losharik 10831 Losharik 2007 2,100 t Northern Fleet in repairs after an explosion on 1 July 2019
Kashalot 1910 AS-13 1986 about 2000 t submerged Northern Fleet
1910 AS-15 1991 about 2000 t submerged Northern Fleet

Auxiliaries[edit]

Class Project Type Ship Name Commissioned Fleet Note
Icebreakers
Project 97 97 Diesel-electric icebreaker 4 Buran 24 October 1966 Baltic Fleet [168]
Sadko 6 November 1968 Pacific Fleet Active in 2021[169]
Ivan Susanin 30 December 1973 Pacific Fleet
Ruslan 26 September 1975 Northern Fleet
Project 21180 21180 Diesel-electric icebreaker 1 Ilya Muromets 2017 Northern Fleet
Hospital ships
Ob class 320 Hospital ship 3 Yenisey 30 January 1981 Black Sea Fleet [170]
Svir 5 June 1989 Northern Fleet
Irtysh 31 July 1990 Pacific Fleet
Logistic support vessels
Vytegrales 596 Logistic Vessel 1 Yamal 1964 Baltic Fleet [171]
Muna 1823 Coastal Munitions Transport 6 BTP 89 1965 Pacific Fleet
BTP 91 1965 Pacific Fleet
BTP 85 1967 Pacific Fleet
BTP 87 1967 Pacific Fleet
BTP 94 1971 Black Sea Fleet
BTP 76[172] 1985 Pacific Fleet
Luza 1541 Missile fuel tanker 3 Selenga 1966 Baltic Fleet [173]
Barguzin 1967 Pacific Fleet
Alambay 1968 Pacific Fleet
Vala 1783 Special Waste Tanker 2 TNT-11 1966 Pacific Fleet [174]
TNT-27 1968 Pacific Fleet
Amguema 550 Polar Logistic Vessel 1 Yauza 1974 Northern Fleet [175]
Yunyy Partizan 740 Logistic Vessel 1 Pechora 1976[176] Northern Fleet
Project 1807 1807 Weapons Transport 1 BTR-139 1978 Caspian Flotilla [177]
AMGA/Daugava 1791 Ballistic Missile Transport 1 Daugava 1980 Pacific Fleet [178]
Dubnyak class 20360 Ammunition transport 2 VTR 79 2010 Caspian Flotilla
Viktor Cherokov 2016 Black Sea Fleet
Project 20181 20181 Ammunition transport 1 Akademik Kovalyov 2015 Pacific Fleet Transports Bulava missiles[179]
Longvinik 23120 Logistic Vessel 1 Elbrus 2018 Northern Fleet
Salvage Vessels / Submersible Supports
Kommuna Salvage vessel/ Submersible Support 1 Kommuna 1915 Black Sea Fleet Probably will be decommissioned and refited into museum[180]
Project 23040 23040 Boat of comprehensive rescue support 23 RVK 933-937, RVK 1045-1049 and others 6 Black sea fleet

8 Baltic fleet
4 Pacific fleet
3 Northern fleet
2 Caspian flotilla[181][182][183][184][185][186][187][188]

Project 5360 5360 Salvage Vessel/ Submersible Support 4 Mikhail Rudnitskiy 1978 Northern Fleet [189]
Georgiy Koz'min 1979 Pacific Fleet
Georgiy Titov 1982 Northern Fleet
Sayany 1983 Black Sea Fleet
El'brus 537 Large Submarine Salvage Vessel 1 Alagez 1989 Pacific Fleet [190]
Kashtan 141 Salvage Vessel/ Submersible Support 1 SS-750 1990 Baltic Fleet [191]
Belousov 21300 Submarine Salvage Vessel 1 Igor Belousov 2015 Pacific Fleet [192]
Tenders
Pelym Degaussing/ Deperming Vessel 17
Bereza Degaussing/Deperming Vessel 16
Malina 2020 Submarine tender 3 PTB-5 1984 Northern Fleet [193]
PTB-6 1985 Pacific Fleet
PTB-7 1990 Northern Fleet
Oskol Light Repair Vessel 2 PM-24
PM-148
Project 304 Repair Vessel 19
Tugs
Project 527 Ocean Salvage Vessel 1 Epron 1959 Black Sea Fleet Active in 2021[194]
Okhtenskiy /Goliat 733 Ocean Salvage Tug 3 SB-4 1959 Black Sea Fleet
SB-5 1965 Black Sea Fleet
SB-9 1964 Northern Fleet
Pamir/Ingul 1452 Ocean Salvage Tug 3 Pamir 1974 Northern Fleet
Alatau 1983 Pacific Fleet
Altay 1987 Northern Fleet
Project P-5757 Ocean salvage/rescue tug 2 Nikolay Chiker[195]
1989 Northern Fleet
Fotiy Krylov[196] 1989 Pacific Fleet
Project 20180 Ocean rescue tug/Search and rescue ship 1 Zvezdochka[197] 24 July 2010 Northern Fleet
Project 745 Sea Tug 16 [198][199]
Project 745 MB 745 MB Sea Salvage Tug 1 MB-12 2011 Northern Fleet [91]
Project 745 MBS 745 MBS Sea Salvage Tug 1 Viktor Koneckiy 2013 Baltic Fleet[91]
Project 563 563 Sea Salvage Tug 4 MB-15 23 June 1977 Northern Fleet [200]
SB-391 1977 Pacific Fleet
MB-105 1978 Pacific Fleet
Yakov Grebelskiy 20 March 1978 Baltic Fleet Active in 2021[201]
Project 714 Sea Rescue Tug 7 [47][202]
Neftegaz Sea Salvage Tug 2 Yevgeniy Gorigledzhan 1983 Black Sea Fleet [citation needed]
Kalar 1990 Pacific Fleet
Project 712 Sliva Sea Rescue Tug 3 SB-406, SB-921,[203] Shakhter[204] 1984-1985
Project 22870 22870 Sea tug 6 SB-45 27 June 2014 Caspian Flotilla [205][206]
Nikolay Muru 28 December 2014 Black Sea Fleet Active in 2021[207]
SB-738 4 July 2016 Caspian Flotilla
SB-739 16 January 2017 Black Sea Fleet Active in 2021[208][209]
Kapitan Guryev 5 December 2018 Black Sea Fleet [210]
SB-742 19 December 2019 Black Sea Fleet [211][212]
Project 02980 Sea tug 2 SB-121, SB-123[213] 2016
Project 90600 Harbour tug 12 2009-2017 [214][215][216][217]
Project 16609 Harbour tug 15 Delfin,[218] Kasatka[218] Belukha, Aphalina[219] 2012-2018
Project 23470 Sea tug 2 Sergei Balk February 2020 Black Sea Fleet [220]
Andrey Stepanov June 2020 Pacific Fleet [221]
Project 1893 Plamya Firefighting Tugboat 6 1970-1976 [222]
Fleet Oilers
Project 1559V Morskoy prostor Large Seagoing Tanker 3 Sergey Osipov[195] 1973 Northern Fleet
Ivan Bubnov[223] 1975 Black Sea Fleet
Boris Butoma[224] 1978 Pacific Fleet
Dora Medium seagoing tanker 1 Istra 1942 Black Sea Fleet
Uda Medium seagoing tanker 2 Dunay 1965 Pacific Fleet
Koyda 1966 Black Sea Fleet
Project 6404 Medium Seagoing Tanker 1 Iman[225] 1966 Black Sea Fleet
Altay Medium Seagoing Tanker 4 Kola 1967 Baltic Fleet Active in 2020[226]
Yel'nya 1968 Baltic Fleet
Izhora 1970 Pacific Fleet
Ilim 1972 Pacific Fleet
Dubna Medium Seagoing Tanker 3 Dubna 1974 Northern Fleet
Irkut 1975 Pacific Fleet
Pechenga 1979 Pacific Fleet
Kaliningradneft' Medium seagoing tanker 2 Kama 1982 Northern Fleet Active in 2019[227]
Vyazma 1982 Northern Fleet
Project 23130 23130 Medium seagoing tanker 1 Akademik Pashin 2019 Northern Fleet [228]
Project 03182 03182 Small seagoing tanker 1 Vice-admiral Paromov 29 May 2021 Black Sea Fleet First ship of the class[229]
Electronic Surveillance
TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA
Trial Support Vessel
Project 11982 11982 Trial Vessel/Research vessel 3 Seliger 2012 Black Sea Fleet[230]
Ladoga October 2018[231] Baltic Fleet[232]
Ilmen Black Sea Fleet Launched 5 December 2017
Hydrographic ship
Project 860 Hydrographic ship 1 Gigrometer 1965 Baltic Fleet
Project 861 Hydrographic ship 13 1968-1973 [233]
Project 852 852 Hydrographic ship 1 Admiral Vladimirskiy 1975 Baltic Fleet
Project 862 Hydrographic ship 12 1979-1983 [234]
Project 865 865 Hydrographic ship 2 Sibiryakov April 1990 Baltic Fleet Active in 2021[235]
Romuald Muklevich December 1991 Northern Fleet Modernized in 2020[236]
Project 872 Hydrographic ship 21 1978-1983
Project 872E Special ecologistic ship 1 Petr Gradov[237] Black Sea Fleet
Progect V19910 Hydrographic ship 1 Viktor Faleev[238] 2013
Project 23370Г 23370Г Hydrographic catamaran-type boat 1 Mikhail Kazanskii 2019 Baltic Fleet [239]
Project 20183 20183 Oceanographic research search and rescue ice-way tug 1 Akademik Aleksandrov 2020 Northern Fleet [240]
Project 19910 19910 Small hydrographic vessel 1 Nikolay Skosyrev 2020 Northern Fleet [241]
Project 19920 19920 Large hydrographic survey boat 10 2008-2020 [242][243]
Project 23040G 23040G Large hydrographic survey boat 4 Georgy Zima, Alexandr Yevlanov, Vladimir Kozitsky, Boris Slobodnik 2018-2020 Baltic Fleet, Black Sea Fleet [244][245]
Miscellaneous Support Vessels
TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA
Training Ships
Project 887 Training Ship 2 Smolnyy (Hull No.210 - Baltic Fleet) 1976
Perekop (200 - Baltic Fleet) 1977 [246]
Other
Aurora Museum ship with active crew, formerly armored cruiser 1 example remaining Aurora Laid down in 1897

Ships and submarines in reserve[edit]

(summary)

Reserve battlecruisers[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Kirov 1144 Admiral Ushakov 090 1980 28,000 t Northern Fleet [N 40][143]

Reserve landing ships[edit]

Class Project Ship Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Ivan Rogov 1174 Aleksandr Nikolayev 1982 14,060 t Northern Fleet [N 41]

Reserve ballistic missile submarines (SSBN)[edit]

Class Project Boat Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Typhoon 941 Arkhangelsk 1987 48,000 t Northern Fleet [N 42]
941 Severstal 1989 48,000 t Northern Fleet [N 43]

Reserve nuclear attack submarines (SSN)[edit]

Class Project Boat Pennant No. Commissioned Displacement Fleet Note
Sierra I 945 Karp 1984 8,300 t Northern Fleet [N 44]
Akula 971I Nerpa 2010 13,400 t Pacific Fleet [251][N 45]

Ships and submarines planned or under construction[edit]

Amphibious assault ships[edit]

Class Side view Pennant number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 23900 Ivan Rogov 20 July 2020 2026[253] TBD
Mitrofan Moskalenko 20 July 2020 2027 TBD [254]

Frigates[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 22350
Admiral Gorshkov
Admiral Gorshkov class Admiral Golovko 1 February 2012[255] 22 May 2020[256] 2021 Northern Fleet
Admiral Isakov 14 November 2013[citation needed] 2022
Admiral Amelko 23 April 2019[257] 2024[258] Pacific Fleet[259]
Admiral Chichagov 23 April 2019[257] 2025[258] Pacific Fleet[259]
Admiral Yumashev 20 July 2020 Pacific Fleet[259] [260]
Admiral Spiridonov 20 July 2020 [260][261]
TBA 2021 2027 Ordered[262][263]
TBA 2021 2027 Ordered[262][263]

Corvettes[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 22800
Karakurt
Karakurt class Kozelsk 10 May 2016[citation needed] 9 October 2019 autumn 2021 Baltic Fleet
Tsiklon 26 July 2016 24 July 2020[264] Black Sea Fleet
Askold 18 November 2016 Black Sea Fleet
Burya 24 December 2016[265] 23 October 2018 Baltic Fleet
Okhotsk 17 March 2017[266] 29 October 2019 Black Sea Fleet
Amur 30 July 2017 Black Sea Fleet
Vikhr 19 December 2017 13 November 2019 Black Sea Fleet
Tucha 26 February 2019 Black Sea Fleet
Rzhev 1 July 2019 Pacific Fleet
Udomlya 1 July 2019 Pacific Fleet
Taifun 11 September 2019 Black Sea Fleet
Ussuriysk 26 December 2019 Pacific Fleet
Pavlovsk 29 July 2020[267] Pacific Fleet [268]
Pacific Fleet Cancelled[269]
Pacific Fleet Cancelled[269]
Project 20380
Steregushchiy
Steregushchy class Retivyy 20 February 2015[270] 20 March 2020[271] 2021 Black sea Fitting out
Strogiy 20 February 2015[270] Baltic Fleet or Black Sea[272] Under construction
Rezkiy[273] 1 July 2016[274] Pacific Fleet Building
TBA May 2021[275] Expected 2024 Pacific Fleet Ordered[263]
TBA May 2021[275] Pacific Fleet Ordered[263]
TBA Ordered[263]
TBA Ordered[263]
TBA Ordered[263][276]
TBA Before 2028 Ordered[263][276]
Project 20385
Gremyashchiy
Gremyashchiy class Provornyy 25 July 2013[277][278] September 2019 2022 Pacific Fleet Fitting out
TBA 2021 2024 Pacific Fleet Steel cut/building[279][280]
TBA Pacific Fleet Steel cut/building[279]
TBA Pacific Fleet Ordered[280]
TBA 2028 Pacific Fleet Ordered[280]
Project 21631
Buyan-M
Buyan-M class
Grad 24 April 2017[281] Black Sea Fleet or Baltic[282]
Naro-Fominsk 23 February 2018 Black Sea Fleet
Stavropol 12 July 2018 Black Sea Fleet
Project 20386
Merkuriy
Project 20386
Merkuriy
(ex-Derzkiy)
28 October 2016[283] March 2021[284] Northern Fleet or Black Sea[272] Under construction/Fitting out
Sposobnyy? ? Steel cut/building[285]

Landing ships[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 11711
Ivan Gren
Ivan Gren class Vladimir Andreyev 23 April 2019[257] 2023 Northern Fleet Modified project 11711[286]
Vasily Trushin 23 April 2019[257] 2024 Pacific Fleet Modified project 11711[286]

Special-purpose ships[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 22010 Almaz 9 June 2016[287] October 2019 2020[288] Pacific Fleet Undergoing factory trials[289][290]
Vice-Admiral Burilichev 6 February 2021 Modified Project 22011[291]

Patrol ships[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 23550 Ivan Papanin 19 April 2017[292] 25 October 2019
Nikolai Zubov 27 November 2019
Project 22160 Project 22160 corvette Sergey Kotov 8 May 2016 29 January 2021 Black Sea Fleet
Viktor Velikiy 25 November 2016[293] Black Sea Fleet
Nikolay Sipyagin 13 January 2018 Black Sea Fleet

Minesweepers[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 12700
Aleksandrit
Тральщик "Александр Обухов".jpg Georgiy Kurbatov 24 April 2015[294] 30 September 2020[295]
Pyotr Ilyichev 25 July 2018[296] 28 April 2021[297]
Anatoly Shlemov 12 July 2019[298]
Lev Chernavin 24 July 2020 [299]
Ordered[citation needed]
Ordered
Ordered

Ballistic missile submarines (SSBN)[edit]

Class Side view Pennant number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 955A
Borei-A
Knyaz Oleg 27 July 2014[citation needed][300] 16 July 2020[301] October 2021[302] Pacific Fleet
Generalissimus Suvorov 26 December 2014[citation needed] 2021 Pacific Fleet
Imperator Aleksandr III 18 December 2015[303] 2022 Pacific Fleet
Knyaz Pozharskiy 23 December 2016[304] 2023 Northern Fleet
Dmitry Donskoy[305] May 2021[306] 2026 Ordered
Knyaz Potjómkin[305] May 2021[306] 2027 Ordered[307]

Cruise missile submarines (SSGN)[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 885M
Yasen-M
Novosibirsk 26 July 2013 25 December 2019 End of 2021 Pacific Fleet
Krasnoyarsk 27 July 2014[300] August 2021 Late 2022[308] Pacific Fleet
Arkhangelsk 19 March 2015[309] 2022 Northern Fleet
Perm 29 July 2016[310] 2022 Pacific Fleet
Ulyanovsk 28 July 2017 2024 Northern Fleet
Voronezh 20 July 2020 2027 Northern Fleet
Vladivostok 20 July 2020 2027 Pacific Fleet [311]

Conventional attack submarines (SSK)[edit]

The State Arms Program 2011-2020 planned to build up to 20 submarines.[312]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 636.3
Improved Kilo
Kilo-class submarine
Magadan 1 November 2019[313] 26 March 2021[314] 2021[314] Pacific Fleet
Ufa 1 November 2019[313] 2022? Pacific Fleet
Mozhaysk May 2021 Pacific Fleet Ordered
Yakutsk May 2021 Pacific Fleet Ordered[citation needed]
2021 Baltic Fleet Ordered
2021 Baltic Fleet Planned
Project 677
Lada
Lada-class submarine Kronshtadt 28 July 2005 20 September 2018 2021? Northern Fleet Construction resumed after a thorough redesign[315]
Velikiye Luki[citation needed]
(ex-Sevastopol)
19 March 2015[316] 25 November 2021 Northern Fleet Construction resumed after a thorough redesign[317]
2020 2024 Northern Fleet Ordered
2021 2024 Northern Fleet Ordered
Baltic Fleet Ordered

Special purpose submarines[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 09851 Khabarovsk 2012 2021? 2022 Designed to carry the Poseidon nuclear torpedo[318]
Belgorod, Oscar-class variant Belgorod 1992 April 2019 September 2021 Pacific Extensively redesigned from Oscar-class; designed to carry the Poseidon nuclear torpedo; may also act as "mothership" for smaller special operations submarines; reported undergoing "tests" and possible sea trials as of January 2021[319]

Auxiliaries[edit]

Class Side view Hull number Name Laid down Launched Estimated
Commission
Fleet Note
Project 21180M Yevpaty Kolovrat 12 December 2018 2022[320] Pacific Fleet Diesel icebreaker[321]
Project 23130 Vasily Nikitin 26 March 2021 2024 Northern Fleet Laid down[322]
Project 23130 Planned
Project 23130 Planned
Project 23130 Planned
Project 23130 Planned
Project 23131 301 26 December 2014 Cancelled[323]
302 26 December 2014 Cancelled
Project 03182 Mikhail Barskov 27 October 2015 27 August 2019 Small sea tanker[324][325]
Vasily Nikitin 10 March 2017 Small sea tanker
Boris Averkin 6 February 2018 Small sea tanker
Project 23470
412 Kapitan Nayden 2016 28 November 2019 Seagoing tug
413 Kapitan Sergeyev Seagoing tug[221]
414 Seagoing tug
Project 22870 021 Mikhail Chekov 25 March 2021 Seagoing tug[326]
Project 23120 Elbrus 881 Vsevolod Bobrov 19 December 2013 14 November 2016 June 2021 Black Sea Fleet Ice-way logistic vessel[327][328]
882 Kapitan Shevchenko 24 July 2014 Cancelled[329]
Project 20360M Gennadiy Dmitriyev 5 May 2017 1 June 2021 Munitions transport[330][331]
Vladimir Pyalov 15 March 2018 Munitions transport
  • BK-16 amphibious assault boats - 30 built, building or contracted[332]
  • Project 20180 family, 5-6 ice-class ships planned for a variety of support functions
    • Project 20183TV Akademik Makeyev - ammunition ship, laid down in 2015
  • Project 03180 (BSA-1000) multipurpose harbour ship – 4 ordered[333]
    • No.1 – launched 25 December 2012,[334] will be commissioned in 2013
    • No.2 – launched 14 June 2013[335]
    • No.3 – Launched spring 2014 for Black Sea Fleet
    • VTK-74 – Launched 5 September 2014 for Baltic Fleet[336]
  • Project 90600 harbour tug -[215][217][219][337]
    • RB-391 - Laid down 9.6.2012[338]
  • Project 23040 sea tug - 24 ordered, 23 delivered[181][339][340]
  • Project 02980 sea tug - 4 ordered, 2 delivered
    • MB-121 - launched 25 October 2014, delivered August 2016[341]
    • MB-123 - delivered August 2016
    • Dervish[342] - laid down
    • No.4 - planned
  • Project PE-65 tug - 1 ordered[333]
  • Project 23370 and 23370M rescue boats - 15 completed, 15 ordered[343][344][345][346]
  • Project 02690 self-propelled floating crane -12 ordered, 11 delivered[347][348]
    • 904 - laid down on 30 May 2014
    • 905 - laid down on 30 May 2014
    • 908 - laid down on 28 November 2014

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Russian Navy flagship.
  2. ^ Northern Fleet flagship.[citation needed]
  3. ^ Black Sea Fleet flagship.
  4. ^ Pacific Fleet flagship.
  5. ^ Baltic Fleet Flagship.
  6. ^ Reported undergoing refit as of 2019[24]
  7. ^ Damaged in collision Sept 2020.[44]
  8. ^ Missile hovercraft.
  9. ^ Missile hovercraft.
  10. ^ Medium intelligence ship.
  11. ^ Medium intelligence ship.
  12. ^ Medium intelligence ship.
  13. ^ Medium intelligence ship.
  14. ^ Intelligence ship.
  15. ^ Intelligence ship.
  16. ^ Intelligence ship.
  17. ^ Intelligence ship.
  18. ^ Intelligence ship.
  19. ^ Intelligence ship.
  20. ^ Intelligence ship.
  21. ^ Intelligence and communications ship.
  22. ^ Intelligence and communications ship.
  23. ^ Intelligence and communications ship.
  24. ^ Intelligence and communications ship.
  25. ^ Intelligence ship.
  26. ^ Oceanographic research ship.
  27. ^ Shipyard No. 8003
  28. ^ Shipyard No. 987
  29. ^ Shipyard No. 669
  30. ^ In service as test bed for Bulava missile.
  31. ^ Operational as of 2020.[126]
  32. ^ Planned to be operational through to 2020.[129]
  33. ^ Undergoing maintenance since August 2014.[145][citation needed]
  34. ^ Upgrade to 971M.[149]
  35. ^ Upgrade to 971M.[151]
  36. ^ Undergoing maintenance since August 2014.[145]
  37. ^ Mother-ship for UUVs.
  38. ^ Mother-ship for UUVs.
  39. ^ Universal test platform for new designs, weapons and military equipment.
  40. ^ Laid-up, to be scrapped.
  41. ^ Possibility of modernisation and overhaul.[247]
  42. ^ Announced in May 2013 to be scrapped; options still being considered as of 2019.[248][249]
  43. ^ Announced in May 2013 to be scrapped; options still being considered as of 2019.[248][249]
  44. ^ Planned upgrade to 945M since 2013.[250]
  45. ^ From 23 January 2012 leased to India for 10 years.[252]

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