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Large submarines
Project 611
Project V611
Project AV611

NATO: Zulu Ñlass


Completed

26 units


Ships

Project 611 - 21 units

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Shipyard ¹196, Leningrad, completed in Shipyard ¹890, Tallin - 1 unit
B-61
¹580
10.01.1951
26.07.1951
31.12.1953
 
Shipyard ¹196, Leningrad - 7 units
B-62
¹631
6.09.1951
29.04.1952
31.12.1953
from 10.02.1978 - UTS-432
B-63
¹632
6.02.1952
18.07.1952
30.06.1954
from 1970 - B-863, then - BS-863, then - UTS-578
B-64
¹633
15.05.1952
29.11.1952
30.12.1954
from 20.04.1970 - B-864, from 3.09.1974 - UTS-364
B-65
¹634
24.07.1952
21.03.1953
6.12.1954
 
B-66
¹635
15.12.1952
30.06.1953
29.12.1954
from 1970 - B-866
B-68
¹637
6.06.1953
31.10.1953
27.11.1955
then - BS-68, then - UTS-299
B-69
¹638
14.09.1953
18.06.1954
31.12.1955
from 3.08.1977 - BS-69
Shipyard ¹402, Molotovsk - 13 units
B-70
¹351
14.05.1954
18.09.1955
29.06.1956
from 14.06.1978 - UTS-249
B-71
¹402
7.06.1954
19.05.1956
30.09.1956
from 28.08.1972 - UTS-300
B-72
¹403
16.11.1953
18.09.1955
30.06.1956
 
B-74
¹305
27.09.1954
5.06.1956
31.10.1956
from 20.04.1970 - B-874, from 4.12.1975 - SM-295
B-75
¹306
11.11.1954
8.07.1956
6.11.1956
 
B-76
¹307
24.01.1955
25.08.1956
28.11.1956
from 14.06.1978 - RES-248
B-77
¹208
7.05.1955
20.09.1956
30.11.1956
from 20.04.1970 - B-877, from 23.07.1976 - UTS-226
B-80
¹111
1.02.1956
16.01.1957
13.07.1957
 
B-81
¹112
19.04.1956
16.01.1957
13.07.1957
from 20.04.1970 - B-881
B-82
¹113
15.06.1956
12.05.1957
17.08.1957
from 31.08.1977 - BS-82
B-88
¹514
17.08.1956
4.07.1957
25.09.1957
from 24.08.1981 - RES-253
B-90
¹516
25.10.1956
17.08.1957
30.10.1957
from 12.08.1983 - UTS-423
B-91
¹517
25.01.1957
26.11.1957
15.07.1958
from 20.04.1970 - B-891, from 1977 - BS-891

Project V611 - Shipyard ¹196, Leningrad, completed in Shipyard ¹402, Molotovsk - 1 unit

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
B-67
¹636
26.03.1953
5.09.1953
30.06.1956
laid down as Project 611, from 15.05.1971 - UTS-76

Project AV611 - Shipyard ¹402, Molotovsk - 4 units

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
B-73
¹404
16.08.1954
16.01.1957
30.11.1957
laid down as Project 611
B-78
¹209
16.07.1955
13.06.1957
30.11.1957
laid down as Project 611, from 9.10.1962 - B-78 Murmanskiy komsomolets, from 3.08.1977 - BS-78 Murmanskiy komsomolets
B-79
¹210
19.12.1955
16.07.1957
3.12.1957
laid down as Project 611, from 20.04.1970 - B-879
B-89
¹515
5.02.1957
21.09.1957
13.12.1957
laid down as Project 611, from 3.08.1977 - BS-89, ñ 24.08.1981 - UTS-352


General characteristics - Project 611

Displacement (tons):
Surfaced:1830 (Project V611 - 1875, Project AV611 - 1890)
Submerged:2348 (Project V611 - 2387, Project AV611 - 2400)
Dimensions (m):
Length:90,5
Beam:7,5
Draught:5,01 (Project V611 - 5,14, Project AV611 - 5,15)
Speed (knots):
Surfaced:17 (then guns were removed - 17, Project V611 - 16,5, Project AV611 - 16,5)
Submerged: 15 (then guns were removed - 16, Project V611 - 13, Project AV611 - 12,5)
Range:
Surfaced:

22000 nmi (9,2 knots), 4230 nmi (16,5 knots) (Project AV611 - 3650 nmi (16,5 knots), 14350 nmi (9 knots))

Under snorkel:Project V611, AV611 - 6300 nmi (6,5 knots)
Submerged:440 nmi (2,1 knots), 16 nmi (16 knots) (Project AV611 - 443 nmi (2,1 knots), 15 nmi (15 knots), Project V611, AV611 - 290 nmi (2 knots), /12,5 nmi (12,5 knots))
Diving depth (m):
Operational:170
Maximum:200
Endurance (days):75 (Project V611, AV611 - 58)
Propulsion:3x2000 hp, diesels 37D, 1x2700 hp, electric motor PG-102, 2x1350 hp, electric motors PG-101, 3 fixed pitch propellers, 1x140 hp, electric motor PG-107
Armament: D-1 missile complex (2 R-11FM ballistic missiles launchers (8A611FM)) – on Project V611, Project AV611
10 533 mm torpedo tubes (6 bow, 4 stern ) - 22 torpedoes or 32 AMD-1000 mines and 6 torpedoes - L-6-4 fire control system
1x2 57 mm SM-24ZIF - 250 rounds (removed in 1956-57)
1x2 25 ìì 2Ì-8 (removed in 1956-57)
Electronics: "Flag" surface radar, "Nakat" ESM Radar system, "Fakel-MO-1" IFF, RPN-47-03 radar, "Tamir-5LS" sonar, "Fenix" noise detection sonar (on B-61 - "Mars-24KIG")
Complement:

65 (Project V611, AV611 - 72 (9 officers))


Schematics

Large submarine - Project 611
Large submarine - Project 611


Modernizations

Project AV611 – 1 unit: B-62 in 9.01.1957 – 25.10.1958 in Shipyard ¹402, Molotovsk
Project P611 – 1 unit: B-64 in 1956-09.1957 in Shipyard ¹402, Molotovsk. 1 P-10 cruise missile launcher tube, 16,5/14 kts, crew - 72, 65 days. After trials - launcher tube was removed.
Project PV611 – 1 unit: B-67 in 1958-60 in "Severnoe mashinostroitel`noe predpriyatie", Severodvinsk S4-7 ballistic missiles
Project 611R – 1 unit: B-64
Project 611RA – 1 unit: B-67 in 1964 in Shipyard ¹35, Murmansk. For «Radian-1» mine detection sonar trials - bow torpedo tubes was removed.
Project 611RU – 1 unit: B-71 in 1963-64 in «Dal`zavod», Vladivostok. For new sonars trials – were installed MGK-300 «Rubin» sonar complex, «Beresta», «Luchegraf», «Sila-N» navigationcomplex, bow torpedo tubes, sonars and navigational equipment were removed, 1865/? tons, 5,02 m draught, diving depth - 150 m, 12/? kts, crew - 62, 10 days
Project 611RE – 1 unit: B-68 in 1965 in «Dal`zavod», Vladivostok. For new sonars trials – were installed MGK-100 «Kerch» sonar complex, MG-15 «Sviyaga» special sonar, «Beresta», «Rassvet», ?/8 kts, /44 nmi (2 knots)
Project AV611S – 1 unit: B-78 in 11.1969-10.1970 in «Krasnoe Sormovo named after A.A. Zhdanov», Gorky. For a «Simvol» navigation complex trials - 1873/? tons, draught 5,09 m
Project AV611E – 1 unit: B-89 in 1967-69 in «Dal`zavod», Vladivostok. For a new sonar trials – installed «Enisey» sonar complex, «Luch» mines detection sonar, «Sila-N» navigation complex, «Mechta» lag, torpedo bow tubes and missile complex removed, diving depth - 120 m, crew - 61 ÷åë, 45 days
Project AVÂ611K – 1 unit: B-73 in 1968-71 in «Zvyozdochka» Severodvinsk. For a «Shtyr`-K» navigation complex trials - radars removed, 1855/? tons, draught 5,69 m, 16,7/12,5 kts, 3650 nmi (16,7 knots)/6300 nmi (6,5 kst under snorkel), /12,5 nmi (12,5 knots), crew - 65, 58 days
Project AV611C – 1 unit: B-62 in 1971 in «Dal`zavod», Vladivostok. For a «Tcunami-B» satellite communications complex trials - missile complex was removed, 1535/? tons, draught 4,65 m, 16,7/12,5 kts, 3650 nmi (16,7 knots)/6300 nmi (6,5 kts under snorkel), /290 nmi (2 knots), / 12,5 nmi (12,5 knots), crew - 67, 58 days
Project AV611D – 1 unit: B-78 in 1971-74 in Sevmorzavod, Sevastopol. Removed: «Simvol» navigation complex, torpedo tubes, installed: MG-15 «Sviyaga» with PMG-15 special sonar, 1837/2415 tons, draught 5,02 m, 15,5/12,5 kts, crew - 59, 45 days
Project 611P – 2 units: B-69 in 15.09.1964-19.05.1975, KMOLZá Kronshtadt, B-91. For underwater research, towed underwater observation chamber «Seliger» (on B-69 «Arkhipelag» first), bow TA was removed. On B-69 added hydroacoustic device for the measuring the speed of sound «Beresta»
B-91 re-equipment for navy divers.
B-82 in 1964 in Murmansk SRZ-35 - re-equipment with a special fuel device, then re-equipment for search underwater cables.
On B-69 was added «Beresta» hydroacoustic device for the measuring the speed of sound
Target-ships: SM-295 (B-74) 19.07.1975
Training stations: UTS-226 (B-77) 21.06.1976, UTS-249 (B-70) 19.04.1978, UTS-299 (B-68), UTS-300 (B-71) 25.07.1972, UTS-352 (B-89) 29.06.1981, UTS-364 (B-64), UTS-423 (B-90), UTS-432 (B-62) 7.06.1983, UTS-578 (B-63). 2 units Pacific Fleet – Project UTS611
Special power vessel: RES-248 (B-76) 19.04.1978, RES-253 (B-88) 29.06.1981


Fleets

Baltic Fleet: B-61 (from 18.01.1960 Nothern Fleet, from 12.04.1966 Baltic Fleet), 62 (from 08.1958 Pacific Fleet), 65 (from 2.02.1961 Northern Fleet)
Northern Fleet: B-64, 66 (from 08.1956 Pacific Fleet), 67, 68 (from 1956 Pacific Fleet), 69 (from 2.12.1971 Black Sea Fleet, from 17.07.1972 Baltic Fleet, from 1.10.1986 Pacific Fleet), 70 (then Pacific Fleet), 71 (ñ 10.1957 Pacific Fleet), 72 (ñ 10.1957 Pacific Fleet), 73 (then Baltic Fleet), 74, 75 (ñ 26.12.1974 Baltic Fleet, from 26.06.1976 Northern Fleet), 76, 77, 78 (from 2.11.1966 Black Sea Fleet), 79, 80 (from 31.07.1988 Baltic Fleet), 81 (from 8.12.1966 Baltic Fleet, from 16.11.1968 Nothern Fleet, from 14.10.1976 Baltic Fleet), 82 (from 20.08.1976 Baltic Fleet), 88 (from 16.04.1960 Pacific Fleet), 89 (from 1963 Pacific Fleet), 90 (from 03.1960 Pacific Fleet), 91 (then Baltic Fleet, from 1985? Northern Fleet)
Pacific Fleet: B-63


Hull Numbers

B-61: 222(1966)
B-63: 93
B-65: 384?(1968)
B-66: 49(1955), 99(1957), «Âåãà», «Ëèðà»(1974)
B-67: 35, 41, 97, 317(1962)
B-68: 139(611RE)
B-69: 509(1989)
B-71: 93(611), 182(611RU)
B-73: 124(AV611), 101(AV611), "Ëèðà"(AV611K)
B-75: 026(1971)
B-88: Îðèîí(1971)
B-90: 146(1964), "Ìàðñ"(1981)


Decommissioned

1974 – B-73 (7.08)
1976 – B-67 (15.03)
1980 – B-61 (22.06), B-74 (22.02), B-76 (31.03), B-79
1981 – B-65 (29.06)
1983 – B-66
1985 – B-63 (5.01), B-72 (8.12), B-81 (25.04), B-88 (17.05), B-89 (17.05), B-90 (17.05)
1986 – B-77 (14.03), B-78 (22.07)
1987 – B-82 (18.07)
1988 – B-75 (17.07), B-91 (17.07)
1989 – B-70 (28.04)
1990 – B-69 (19.04), B-80 (19.04, from 1992 as museum ship in the Dutch Navy port of Den Helder, then - as floating restaurant in Amsterdam)
1995 – B-68
1996 – B-62 (29.01)
1998 – B-71 (26.03)


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