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Icebreakers
Project 97
Project 97K
Project 97AP
Project 97P

Hydrographic survey ship
Project 97B

Border patrol ships
Project 97P

NATO: Ivan Susanin Class


Quantity

16 units


Ships

Project 97 - Leningrad, Admiralteyskiy Shipyard 194 (from 1962 Admiralteyskiy Shipyard) - 3 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Dobrynya Nikitich
760
20.12.1959
10.05.1960
31.12.1960
 
Purga
761
31.05.1960
10.12.1960
23.09.1961
 
Vyuga
763
5.05.1961
20.01.1962
16.07.1962
 

Project 97K - Leningrad, Admiralteyskiy Shipyard - 2 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Ilya Muromets
771
10.03.1965
30.06.1965
28.12.1965
laid down as Project 97A
Buran
773
21.01.1966
16.05.1966
24.10.1966
laid down as Project 97A

Project 97B - Leningrad, Admiralteyskiy Shipyard - 1 unit

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Vladimir Kavrayskiy
779
25.02.1969
31.10.1969
31.12.1969
from 03.2012 - PKZ-86

Project 97AP - Leningrad, Admiralteyskiy Shipyard - 2 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Sadko
777
22.06.1967
28.06.1968
6.11.1968
 
Peresvet
778
10.07.1968
29.01.1969
28.07.1970
 

Project 97P - Leningrad, Admiralteyskiy Shipyard 194 (from 1962 Admiralteyskiy Shipyard, from 31.01.1972 "Leningradskoe Admiralteyskoe ob`edinenie") - 8 units

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Ivan Susanin
02650
31.07.1972
28.02.1973
30.12.1973
 
Aysberg
02651
17.10.1973
27.04.1974
25.12.1974
 
Ruslan
02652
26.12.1973
28.05.1974
26.09.1975
 
Dnepr
02653
16.07.1975
14.02.1976
30.09.1976
from 1976 - Imeni XXV syezda KPSS, from 11.04.1992 - Anadyr`
Dunay
02654
24.12.1976
5.08.1977
31.12.1977
 
Neva
02655
14.11.1977
28.07.1978
27.12.1978
 
Volga
02656
27.12.1979
19.04.1980
26.12.1980
 
Imeni XXVI syezda KPSS
02657
22.04.1980
3.07.1981
25.12.1981
from 11.04.1992 - Irtysh, from 05.1996 - Murmansk

General characteristics - Project 97

Displacement (tons):
Standard:2055 (Project 97P - 2785)
Full load:3200 (Project 97AP - 3350, Project 97B - 3450, Project 97P - 3525)
Dimensions (m):
Length:67,7 (Project 97B - 70,1, Project 97AP - 67,7, Project 97P - 69,93)
Beam:18,06 (Project 97B - 18,1, Project 97AP - 18,1, Project 97P - 18)
Draft:6 (Project 97B - 6,4, Project 97AP - 6,3, Project 97P - 6,5)
Speed (kts):14 (Project 97P - 15)
Range: 5500 nm (12,5 kts) (Project 97AP - 6700 nm, Project 97B - 13100 nm (9,5 kts), Project 97P - 10700 nm)
Autonomy (days):17 (Project 97B - 60, Project 97P - 50)
Propulsion:2x2500 hp, electric motors PG-147, 1x1600 hp, electric motor PG-146 (not on Project 97B, 97P), 3 diesel generators 13D-100 x1375 kW, 3 diesel generators DGT-200/1 x200 kW, 1 diesel generator x100 kW (Project 97B - 4 diesel generators x200 kW, Project 97P - 5 diesel generators x200 kW)
Armament:2x4 launchers SAM (16 missiles) - on Dunay, Neva
1x2 76 mm AK-726 (Project 97P) - on Ivan Susanin, Ruslan then removed
2x6 30 mm AK-630 (Project 97P) - on Ivan Susanin, Ruslan then removed
1x2 57 mm ZIF-31B (Project 97, 97AP) - then removed
2x2 25 mm 2M-3M (Project 97, 97AP) - then removed
1 search and rescue helicopter Ka-25PS or Ka-27PS
Electronics:Radar MR-302 "Rubka" (Project 97P), fire control radar "Fut-B" (Project 97P - on Ruslan then removed), 2 navigation radars "Don" (Project 97, 97K), 2 navigation radars "Don-2" (Project 97B, Project 97P), radio direction finder SRP-5
Crew:39 (Project 97P - 126 (10 officers), Project 97B - 63+17)

Schematics

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Modernizations

Barracks ship: PKZ-86 (former Vladimir Kavrayskiy), Peresvet in 1999
On PSKR 2 navigation radars Don replaced by 2 navigation radars Nayada-5 (Imeni XXVI syezda KPSS) or navigation radar Nayada-5 and navigation radar MR-212 Vaygach
On Ruslan 2 navigation radars Don-2 replaced on 2 navigation radars Volga
On Vyuga, Purga 2 navigation radars Don replaced on navigation radar Okean
On Dunay added navigation radar Furuno-1832
On Neva added navigation radar Furuno-1525
On Dnepr added navigation radar Furuno-2125
On Dnepr added navigation radar ICOM MR-1000TII
On Neva added navigation radar -18


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: Buran, Purga
Northern Fleet: Vladimir Kavrayskiy, Dobrynya Nikitich, Imeni XXVI syezda KPSS, Peresvet, Ruslan
Pacific Fleet: Aysberg, Volga, Vyuga, Dnepr, Dunay, Ivan Susanin, Ilya Muromets, Neva, Sadko
In order of Russian maritime border guard: Aysberg, Volga, Dnepr, Dunay, Imeni XXVI syezda KPSS, Neva, Peresvet, Sadko. Then Peresvet, Sadko transferred to Fleet


Hull Numbers

Aysberg: 501(1975), 519(1975), 063(05.1978), 024(1982), 037(05.1984), 022(05.1987), 161(05.1990), 150(2000)
Volga: 142(1980), 109(1981), 092, 022(05.1984), 093(05.1987), 112(05.1990), 028, 183(2000)
Neva: 017(1978), 093(05.1981), 023(05.1984), 077(05.1987), 029(05.1990), 170(1993)
Dnepr: 702(Imeni XXV syezda KPSS), 592(1977), 017, 014(05.1981), 030(05.1984), 085(05.1987), 010(05.1990), 142, 173(2000)
Dunay: 553, 112(1978), 065(05.1981), 111(1982), 138(05.1984), 062(05.1987), 083(05.1990), 145(2000)
Imeni XXVI syezda KPSS: 119(1983), 070(1985), 014, 070(1989), 036(1990), 018(1994)


Decommissioned

1991 Vyuga
1993 Ilya Muromets (30.06)
1998 Dobrynya Nikitich
2006 Aysberg (20.06)
2012 Purga
2013 Imeni XXVI syezda KPSS, Peresvet


Export

Vietnam: 1 units
Rescue ship (till 12.09.1988 Semen Chelyuskin, till 19.03.1966 Ledokol-8 (770) 12.12.1964/28.02.1965/11.08.1965

 
   

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