The Naval Fleet in the Service of Russia

The Naval Fleet in the Service of Russia

The history of shipbuilding in Russia accounts for over three centuries. The oldest of currently existing shipyards are corporate members of USC Joint-Stock Company. Those are the plants that gave rise to the development of the Russian navy and that are still the standard bearers of the industry.


IN 1709 PETER THE GREAT AND FYODOR SKLYAYEV LAID DOWN THE FIRST BATTLESHIP OF THE BALTIC FLEET: A 54-CANNON POLTAVA
(Launched in 1712)
The Peter the Great heavy nuclear cruiser of Project 1144.2 Orlan.
Designed by the Northern Design Bureau. The cruiser was laid down on 11 March 1986 on the stocks of the Baltic Shipyard. On 18 April 1998 the cruiser was commissioned to the Russian Naval Fleet.


THE ARMOR-CLAD BATTLESHIP EMPEROR ALEXANDER II WAS THE FIRST SHIP BUILT WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE 20-YEAR SHIPBUILDING PROGRAM

(Laid down on 18 June 1885. Launched on 14 July 1887)

The flagship frigate Admiral Grigorovich of Project 1135P.
Designed by the Severnoye Design Bureau. The frigate was laid down on 18 December 2010 on the stocks of the Yantar Baltic Shipyard in Kaliningrad. On 11 March 2016 the frigate was commissioned to the Russian Naval Fleet.


The Delfin submarine, the first Russian-made submarine among all the submarines officially listed in the Russian Naval Registers. Served a prototype for all the subsequent types of Russian submarines (Launched in May 1903)

Nuclear-powered attack submarine Vladimir Monomakh of Project 955 Boreas.
Launched on 19 March 2006 at the Severnoye Machine-Building Enterprise in Severodvinsk. On 19 December 2014 the submarine was commissioned to the Russian Naval Fleet.


THE FIRST RUSSIAN STEAM-TURBINE DESTROYER NOVIK
(Launched in 1913)

Еhe flagship frigate of project 22350 fleet Аdmiral of the Soviet Union Gorshkov.
Designed by the Severnoye Design Bureau. Laid down on 1 February 2006 at the Severnaya Verf Shipyard in St. Petersburg. On 28 July joined the Russian Naval Fleet.