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Large Anti-Submarine Ships
Project 1134B Berkut-B
Project 1134BF

NATO: Kara Class


Quantity

7 units


Ships

Nikolaev, Shipyard named after 61 kommunara

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Nikolaev
¹2001
25.06.1968
19.12.1969
31.12.1971
 
Ochakov
¹2002
19.12.1969
30.04.1971
4.11.1973
 
Kerch
¹2003
30.04.1971
21.07.1972
25.12.1974
 
Petropavlovsk
¹2005
9.09.1973
22.11.1974
29.12.1976
 
Tashkent
¹2006
22.11.1974
5.11.1975
31.12.1977
 
Tallin
¹2007
5.11.1975
5.11.1976
31.12.1979
from 2.08.1990 - Vladivostok
Azov
¹2004
21.07.1972
14.09.1973
25.12.1975
Project 1134BF

General characteristics - Project 1134B

Displacement (tons):
Standard:6670 (Project 1134BF - 7010)
Full load:8530 (Project 1134BF - 8900)
Dimensions (m):
Length:173,4
Beam:18,5
Draft:5,74
Speed (kts):33
Range:7100 nm (18,05 kts), 3000 nm (32 kts), 2230 nm (33 kts)
Autonomy (days):30
Propulsion:2x46000 hp, GTA M-5 (6000 hp M-62, 2x20000 hp M-8E), 2 fixed pitch propellers, 4 turbine-type generators GTG-12,5A x1250 kW, 1 turbine-type generator GTG-6M 600 kW
Armament:2x2 launchers B-192 universal SAM system M-11 «Shtorm» (80 missiles V-611 (4K60)) – 2 Fire control systems 4R-60 «Grom-M» (Project 1134BF - 1x2 launcher B-192 universal SAM system M-11 «Shtorm» (40 missiles V-611) – 1 Fire control system 4R-60 «Grom-M»)
6x1 launchers B-203 SAM system «Fort» (48 missiles V-500R (5V55RM)) (Project 1134BF)
2x2 launchers ZIF-122 SAM system 4K33 «Osa-M» (40 missiles 9Ì33) – 2 Fire control systems 4R-33
2x2 76 mm AK-726 (4800 rounds) - Fire control system MR-105 "Turel`"
4x6 30 mm AK-630 (8000 rounds) - 2 Fire control systems MR-123 "Vympel-A" (on Nikolaev - from 1973)
2x1 45 mm 21KM
2x4 launchers KT-M-1134A universal anti-submarine guided-missile complex URPK-3 "Metel`" (8 missiles 85R) (¹2007 - 2x4 launchers KT-100U1 URK-5 "Rastrub-A" (missiles 85RU))
2x5 533 mm PTA-53-1134B torpedo tubes (10 torpedoes 53-65K, SET-53, SET-53M, SET-65) - Fire control system "Nifon-1134B" (Project 1134BF - 2x2 533 mm DTA-53-1134BF torpedo tubes (4 torpedoes))
2x12 RBU-6000 "Smerch-2" (144 RGB-60) - Fire control system "Burya-1134"
2x6 RBU-1000 "Smerch-3" (60 RGB-10)
1 helicopter Ka-25
Electronics:Air/surface search radar MR-600 "Voskhod", air/surface search radar MR-310A "Angara-A", 2 ESM radar systems "Gurzuf", 2 ESM radar systems "Gurzuf-1", ESM radar system MR-262 «Ograda», ESM radar system MP-401 «Start», ESM radar system «Kol`tco» (¹2003), reconnaissance radar MRP-15-16 "Zaliv" (¹2001, 2002), 2 reconnaissance radars MRP-11-14M (¹2001, 2002), 2 navigation radars «Volga», navigation radar «Don», 2 "Nikhrom-KM" and 4 "Nickel-KM" IFF, radio direction finder ARP-50R, sonar MG-332 "Titan-2" (from ¹2003 - sonar MG-332T "Titan-2T"), sonar ÌÃ-325 «Âåãà», underwater communication system MG-26 "Khosta", 2 sonars MG-7 (¹2006, 2007), sonar MG-409Ê, MG-33, submarine-search station MI-110R, MI-110K, combat information control system MVU-202 "Koren`-1134B», navigation complex «Shtyr`-2M» (from ¹2004), communication complex R-790 "Tcunami-BM"» (from ¹2004), PK-2 decoy RL (launcher ZIF-121) - Fire control system "Tertciya"
Crew:425 (52 officers) (Project 1134BF - 389 (50 officers))

Schematics

Large Anti-Submarine Ships - Project 1134B
Large Anti-Submarine Ships - Project 1134B


Modernizations

Project 11342 – 0+1 unit: Nikolaev in Sevastopol, «Sevmorzavod» named after S. Ordzhonikidze from 11.11.1987. Helicopter Ka-27 instead of Ka-25, 4x4 launchers KT-184 anti-ship missile complex 3K24 «Uran» (16 missiles 3M24) instead of PTA-53-1134B torpedo tubes, SAM system «Shtorm» modernised to «Shtorm-M» (missiles V-611M), SAM system «Osa-M» modernised to «Osa-MA2», 2x4 launchers KT-100U1 URK-5 «Rastrub-B» (missiles 85RU or 85RUS) instead of 2x4 launchers KT-M-1134A URPK-3 «Metel`», MR-123 «Vympel» modernised to MR-123-02 «Vympe», air/surface search radar MR-700 «Podberezovik» instead of air/surface search radar MR-600 «Voskhod», air/surface search radar MR-750 «Fregat-M2» instead of air/surface search radar MR-310A «Angara-A», ESM radar system MP-401S «Start» and MP-407 «Start-2» instead of reconnaissance radar MRP-15-16M "Zaliv" and ESM radar system MP-150 «Gurzuf-A» and «Gurzuf-B», sonar complex «Zvezda-M1» instead of sonar MG-332 «Titan-2», sonar MG-325 «Vega», combat information control system «Lesorub-34» instead of MVU-202 "Koren`-1134B», PK-2 decoy RL modernised to PK-2M (launcher ZIF-121-02), RBU-1000 was removed, added communication complex «Buran-5». 32 kts, 6500 nm, crew - 430
Project 11346 – 0+1 unit: Tashkent, Nikolaev, Shipyard named after 61 kommunara
On Petropavlovsk from 1977 - helicopter Ka-27, RBU-1000 was removed
SAM system M-11 «Shtorm» modernised to «Shtorm-M»: Azov, Nikolaev in 1975-78
SAM system «Shtorm-M» modernised to «Shtorm-N» (missiles V-611M (4K65)): Azov in 1985, Kerch in 1984-88
2x4 launchers KT-M-1134A universal anti-submarine guided-missile complex URPK-3 "Metel`" was replaced by 2x4 launchers KT-100U1 URK-5 "Rastrub-B" ( missiles 85RU) - Fire control system "Grom-R": Kerch in 1984-88, Petropavlovsk in 1985-89
On Kerch in 08.1987 was added air/surface search radar MR-650 «Podberezovik» instead of air/surface search radar MR-600 «Voskhod»
MI-110R and MI-110K was removed, MI-110KM was added
On Kerch was added space communication complex R-790 «Tcunami-BM»
On Petropavlovsk in 1985-89 was added laser-warning system «Spektr-F»
On Petropavlovsk in 1985-89 PK-2 decoy RL was modernised to PK-2M
On Petropavlovsk in 1985-89 added PK-10 «Smely» decoy RL (8 launchers KT-216)
Non-realized updatings of the project: Project 1134BK - with SAM system "Kvant"; Project 11347; Project 11348; Project 1134BK – with SAM system «Kvant»; Project 11347; Project 11348 – updatings for Azov


Fleets

Black Sea Fleet: Azov, Kerch, Nikolaev (from 9.04.1984 Pacific Fleet), Ochakov
Pacific Fleet: Petropavlovsk, Tallin, Tashkent


Hull Numbers

Azov: 532(1975), 710(1975), 524(1978), 158(1981), 701(1984), 717(1987), 701(1989)
Kerch: 524(1974), 529(1975), 534(1977), 703(1978), 715(1979), 539(1978), 707(1983), 708(1984), 703(1985), 708(1987), 714, 717(1989), 711(05.1990), 713(1999)
Nikolaev: 538(1971), 539(1972), 521(1973), 523(1974), 526(1975), 539(1975), 155(1972), 701(1978), 741(1979), 703(1981), 700(1983), 707(1984), 535(1985), 597(Pacific Fleet), 582(1987)
Ochakov: 522(1973), 539(1974), 526(1975), 530(1977), 509(1978), 529(1979), 745(06.1979), 716(1979), 527(1979), 175(1980), 530(1983), 703(1986), 714(1988), 707(from 1.05.1990)
Petropavlovsk: 536(1976), 527(1977), 530(1978), 732(1978), 712(1979), 558(1980), 565(1982), 521(1985), 561(1990), 516(1993)
Tallin: 711(1979), 730(1981), 584(1984), 597(1984), 547(1985), 531(1987), 541(1990), 578(1993, Vladivostok)
Tashkent: 528(1977), 716(1978), 705(1979), 556(1982), 712(1984), 573(31.03.1985), 516(1987), 543(1988), 518(1988)


Decommissioned

1992 – Nikolaev (29.10), Tashkent (3.07)
1994 – Vladivostok (5.07)
1997 – Petropavlovsk (26.02)
1998 – Azov (30.05)
2011 – Ochakov (12.08)


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