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Admiral Vinogradov

Admiral Vinogradov. Photo by farm4.static.flickr.com

Admiral Vinogradov is a Project 1155 large ASW ship.


Pacific Fleet


The ship was laid down on February 5, 1986 at Yantar Shipyard (Kaliningrad) and launched on June 4, 1987. It was commissioned on May 1, 1989.


In 1990 the ship visited port of San Diego, US. On January 11, 2009 Admiral Vinogradov shifted frigate Neustrashimy at anti-piracy watch in the Gulf of Aden. On its return cruise the ship called at Yemeni port Aden, Indonesian port Jakarta and Chinese port Zhanjiang. The ASW ship returned to Pacific Fleet base in Vladivostok in the middle of April.


Speed: 29.5 knots, cruising Ц 14 knots
Crew: 293 men
Total displacement: 7,480 tonnes
Standard displacement: 6,840 tonnes
Length: 163 meters
Beam: 19 meters
Draft: 7.8 meters


8 Rastrub rocket torpedoes
6-26 mines
8 Kinzhal SAM launchers (64 missiles)
2 Ka-27 helicopters