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Cruise Missile Submarines
Project 651

NATO: Juliett Ñlass


Completed

16 units


Ships

Project 651

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Baltic Shipyard ¹189 named after S.Ordzhonikidze, Leningrad - 2 units
K-156
¹552
16.11.1960
31.07.1962
10.12.1963
from 25.07.1977 - B-156
K-85
¹553
25.10.1961
31.01.1964
30.12.1964
from 25.07.1977 - B-124
Krasnoe Sormovo named after A.A.Zhdanov, Gorky - 14 units
K-24
¹511
15.10.1961
15.12.1962
31.10.1965
from 25.07.1977 - B-24
K-68
¹512
25.01.1962
30.04.1963
28.12.1965
from 25.07.1977 - B-68, from 19.04.1990 - BS-68
K-63
¹513
25.04.1962
26.07.1963
12.06.1966
from 25.07.1977 - B-63
K-70
¹514
25.08.1962
6.02.1964
31.12.1964
from 25.07.1977 - B-270
K-77
¹515
31.01.1963
11.03.1965
31.10.1965
from 25.07.1977 - B-77
K-58
¹521
15.07.1963
12.02.1966
23.09.1966
from 25.07.1977 - B-58
K-81
¹522
20.11.1963
7.08.1964
14.12.1965
from 25.07.1977 - B-81
K-73
¹523
1.08.1964
31.05.1966
15.12.1966
from 25.07.1977 - B-73
K-67
¹524
31.01.1965
29.10.1966
30.09.1967
from 25.07.1977 - B-67
K-78
¹525
25.07.1965
30.03.1967
1.11.1967
from 25.07.1977 - B-478
K-203
¹531
25.12.1965
30.06.1967
2.12.1967
from 25.07.1977 - B-203
K-304
¹532
6.08.1966
24.11.1967
21.08.1968
from 25.07.1977 - B-304
K-318
¹533
29.03.1967
29.03.1968
29.09.1968
from 25.07.1977 - B-318
K-120
¹534
25.03.1967
11.07.1968
26.12.1968
from 25.07.1977 - B-120


General characteristics - Project 651

Displacement (tons):
Surfaced:3140
Submerged:4132
Dimensions (m):
Length:85,9
Beam:9,7
Draught:6,9
Speed (knots):
Surfaced:16 (with lead battery – 16)
Submerged: 18,1 (wiht lead battery – 14,5)
Range:
Surfaced:-
Under snorkel:18000 nmi (7 knots)
Submerged:810 nmi (2,8 knots), 27,8 nmi (18 knots) (with lead battery - 350 nmi (2,8 knots), 14,5 nmi (14,5 knots))
Diving depth (m):
Operational:270
Maximum:300
Endurance (days):90
Propulsion:2x4000 hp 1D43 diesels, 2x6000 hp MG-141 electric motors, 2x2000 hp PG-140 electric motors, 2 fixed pitch propellers in nozzles, 1x1000 kW diesel-generator
Armament:2x2 P-5Dcruise missiles launchers (from 1965 P-6 (4K88))
6 533 mm bow torpedo tubes (6 torpedoes) – «Leningrad-651» fire control system
4 400 mm stern torpedo tubes (12 torpedoes)
Electronics: «Albatros» radar complex, «Nakat» reconnaissance radar, MRPC-2 ESM Radar system (K-24 from 1968), «Nikhrom-M» IFF, ARP-53 radar radio direction finder, «Tamir-5L» sonar, MG-200 «Arktika-M» sonar, «Tuloma» sonar, MG-10 «Kola» noise detection sonar, «Svet-2» sonar, MG-13 special sonar, «Sila-N-651» navigation complex, «Uspekh-U» data link
Complement:83 (12 officers)

Schematics

Cruise missile submarines - Project 651
Cruise missile submarines - Project 651


Modernizations

Project 651E Nerka – 1 unit: K-68 25.09.1976-3.12.1985 in Krasnoe Sormovo named after A.A.Zhdanov, Gorky– VAU-6 600 kW auxiliary nuclear power plant was added
Project 651K – 1 unit: K-81 24.06.1967-21.12.1970 in «Zvezdochka», Severodvinsk - «Kasatka-B» satellite data link was added
Non-realized updatings of the project: Project 603 – for D-9 ballistic missile complex trials; Project 683


Fleets

Northern Fleet: K-24 (from 1.10.1981 Baltic Fleet), 58, 63 (from 8.10.1966 Pacific Fleet), 67 (from 25.09.1981 Black Sea Fleet), 68 (from 8.12.1968 Baltic Fleet, from 6.03.1968 Nothern Fleet), 70 (from 15.03.1965 Pacific Fleet), 73 (from 19.10.1967 Pacific Fleet), 77 (from 6.09.1991 Baltic Fleet), 78 (from 8.12.1989 Baltic Fleet), 81 (from 23.04.1981 Baltic Fleet), 85 (from 24.02.1981 Baltic Fleet), 156, 203 (from 31.01.1990 Baltic Fleet), 304, 318 (from 3.12.1982 Black Sea Fleet)
Pacific Fleet: K-120


Hull Numbers

K-24: 461(1991)
K-58: 578(1990)
K-67: 454(1981), 571(1990)
K-68: 410(1991)
K-77: 484(1991)
K-85: 148(1964), 190(1964)
K-120: 519, 525
K-156: 651(1963), 544
K-203: 478
K-304: 425(1991)
K-318: 586(1990)


Decommissioned

1989 – K-63 (14.08), K-70 (30.06)
1990 – K-58 (19.04), K-68 (21.08), K-73 (19.04), K-81 (19.04), K-120 (19.04), K-156 (19.04), K-304 (19.04), K-318 (19.04)
1991 – K-78 (24.06)
1992 – K-85 (3.07), K-304 (3.07)
1993 – K-24 (30.06, from 1994 as museum in Copenhagen, from 1998 in Peenemunde U461), K-67 (30.06), K-77 (30.06, from 1994 as museum in Helsinki, from 1998 in St. Petersburg, from 2002 in Providence U484, on scrap in 2008), K-203 (30.06), K-85 (30.06)
1994 – K-67 (5.07)


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