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Nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines
Project 667A Navaga
Project 667AU Nalim

NATO: Yankee Ñlass


Completed

34 units


Ships

Project 667A – 27 units

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
"Severnoe mashinostroitel`noe predpriyatie", Severodvinsk – 22 units
K-137
¹420
4.11.1964
11.09.1966
6.11.1967
from 11.04.1970 - K-137 Leninec, from 3.06.1992 - K-137
K-140
¹421
19.09.1965
23.08.1967
30.12.1967
 
K-216
¹424
28.06.1966
6.08.1968
27.12.1968
from 18.04.1986 - KS-216
K-26
¹442
30.12.1965
23.12.1967
3.09.1968
 
K-32
¹443
23.04.1966
25.04.1968
26.10.1968
from 21.06.1986 - KS-32
K-207
¹400
4.11.1966
20.09.1968
30.12.1968
from 27.08.1981 - KS-207
K-210
¹401
19.12.1966
29.12.1968
6.08.1969
from 15.11.1984 - KS-210
K-249
¹402
18.03.1967
30.09.1969
27.09.1969
from 15.11.1984 - KS-249
K-253
¹414
26.06.1967
5.06.1969
1.11.1969
 
K-395
¹415
8.09.1967
28.07.1969
5.12.1969
 
K-408
¹416
20.01.1968
4.09.1969
25.12.1969
 
K-411
¹430
25.05.1968
16.01.1970
31.08.1970
from 29.04.1982 - KS-411, from 3.06.1992 - BS-411, from 8.09.1998 - BS-411 Orenburg
K-418
¹431
29.06.1968
14.03.1970
22.09.1970
 
K-420
¹432
12.10.1968
25.04.1970
29.10.1970
 
K-423
¹440
13.01.1969
4.07.1970
13.11.1970
 
K-426
¹441
17.04.1969
28.08.1970
22.12.1970
 
K-415
¹442
4.07.1969
26.09.1970
30.12.1970
from 13.05.1987 - KS-415
K-403
¹450
18.08.1969
25.03.1971
12.08.1971
ñ 14.07.1981 - KS-403, from 30.07.1997 - KS-403 Kazan`
K-245
¹451
16.10.1969
9.08.1971
16.12.1971
 
K-214
¹452
19.02.1970
1.09.1971
31.12.1971
from 17.03.1989 - KS-214
K-241
¹462
24.12.1970
9.06.1972
23.10.1972
 
K-444
¹470
8.04.1971
1.08.1972
9.12.1972
 
Shipyard named after Leninskogo komsomola, Komsomolsk-on-Amur – 5 units
K-399
¹151
23.02.1968
23.06.1969
24.12.1969
 
K-434
¹152
23.02.1969
29.05.1970
30.11.1970
 
K-236
¹153
6.11.1969
4.08.1970
27.12.1970
 
K-389
¹154
26.07.1970
27.06.1971
25.11.1971
 
K-258
¹156
30.03.1971
26.05.1972
30.09.1972
 

Project 667AU – laid down as Project 667A – 7 units

Name
Yard ¹
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
"Severnoe mashinostroitel`noe predpriyatie", Severodvinsk – 2 units
K-219
¹460
28.05.1970
8.10.1971
31.12.1971
 
K-228
¹461
4.09.1970
3.05.1972
30.09.1972
 
Shipyard named after Leninskogo komsomola, Komsomolsk-on-Amur – 5 units
K-252
¹155
25.12.1970
12.09.1971
31.12.1971
 
K-446
¹157
7.11.1971
8.08.1972
30.12.1972
 
K-451
¹158
23.02.1972
29.04.1973
7.09.1973
from 29.10.1978 - K-451 60 let VLKSM, from 15.02.1992 - K-451
K-436
¹159
7.11.1972
25.07.1973
5.12.1973
 
K-430
¹160
27.07.1973
28.07.1974
25.12.1974
 


General characteristics - Project 667A

Displacement (tons):
Surfaced:7766
Submerged:10020
Dimensions (m):
Length:128
Beam:11,7
Draught:7,9
Speed (knots):
Surfaced:15
Submerged: 27
Range:Unlimited
Diving depth (m):
Operational:320
Maximum:400
Endurance (days):70
Propulsion:2x90 MW OK-700 nuclear reactors, 2x20000 hp GTZA-635, 2 fixed pitch propellers, 2x306 hp PG-153 electric motors, 2x3000 kW OK-2A turbine-type generators, 2x460 kW diesel-generators
Armament: D-5 ballistic missile complex (16 R-27 ballistic missiles launchers (4K10)) (Project 667AU – D-5U ballistic missile complex (R-27U ballistic missiles))
SAM «Strela»
4 533 mm bow torpedo tubes (12 53-65K, 53-65M, SET-65 torpedoes)
2 400 mm bow torpedo tubes (4 SET-40 torpedoes)
Electronics: RLK-101 «Albatros» radar complex, MRP-10M «Zaliv-P» ESM radar system, «Khrom-K» IFF, MGK-100 «Kerch» sonar complex, MG-43 «Gorizont» hydroacoustic measuring instrument of speed of a sound, MVU-100 «Tucha» combat information control system, «Sigma-667» navigation complex (from ¹156 - «Tobol-667A»), «Tsiklon» satellite communications complex (from 1972)
Complement:114 (34 officers)

Schematics

Nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine - Project 667A
Nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine - Project 667A


Nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine - Project 667AÒ
Nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine - Project 667AÒ




Nuclear submarine - Project 09780 Akson-2

Nuclear submarine - Project 09780 Akson-2


Modernizations

Project 667AU – 6 units: «Zvezdochka», Severodvinsk – K-137 6.01.1984-18.09.1985, K-214 26.04.1979-14.08.1980, K-241 23.04.1984-27.08.1984, K-245 1976-1977, K-444 15.09.1982-14.03.1992, SRZ-49, Vilyuchinsk – K-258 1974-1975. «Sigma-667» navigation complex (K-245 – «Tobol-667A»)
Project 667AM – 1 unit: «Zvezdochka», Severodvinsk – K-140 21.06.1977-2.02.1978. 7760/9600 tons, 132õ11,7õ8 m, D-11 missile complex (12 R-31 ballistic missiles launchers (3M17)), crew - 120, «Almaz-AM» combat information control system, «Tobol-M» navigation complex
Project 667AT «Grusha» – 5+2 units: Severodvinsk, «Zvezdochka» – K-26 13.11.1983-1985, K-253 17.05.1984-20.12.1985, K-395 24.06.1988-30.12.1991, K-423 16.10.1978-27.12.1987, «Zvezda», Bolshoy Kamen` – K-236 ñ 23.11.1979-not completed, K-399 ñ 18.01.1982-not completed, K-408 8.07.1983-10.05.1984. 8888/11400 tons, 141,7õ12,8õ7,8 m, Diving depth 400/320 ì, SAM «Strela-2M» (6 missiles), D-5 missile complex was replaced by 8 533 mm torpedo tubes (3K10 «Granat» missile complex (32 3M10 missiles)), 6 533 mm bow torpedo tubes (14 USET-80, SET-65, SAET-60M, 53-65M torpedoes, URPK-6 «Vodopad-PL» (83R, 84R)), 400 mm torpedo tubes was removed, 15,3/25 knots, added 2x3000 kW turbine-type generators, crew - 115 (34 officers), MGK-400 «Rubikon» sonar complex, MG-519 «Arfa» mine detection and avoidance sonar, MG-553 «Shkert» hydroacoustic measuring instrument of speed of a sound, MG-512 «Vint» own-ship cavitation detector, MVU-132AT «Omnibus-AT» combat information control system, «Tobol-AT» navigation complex, «Molniya-LM1» communications complex
Project 667M Andromeda – 1 unit: «Severnoe mashinostroitel`noe predpriyatie», Severodvinsk,– K-420 25.09.1979-17.02.1990. 10500/13600 tons, 152õ14,7õ8,7 m, D-5 missile complex replaced with 12 «Meteorit-M» missile complex launchers (12 P-750 anti-ship missiles (3M25)), torpedo tubes are modernized for URPK-6 «Vodopad-PL» (83R, 84R anti-submarine guided missiles), 15/25 knots, crew - 112 (45 officers), MRK-50 «Kaskad» radar complex, «Khrom-KM» IFF, MGK-400 «Rubikon» sonar complex, MG-519 «Arfa» mine detection and avoidance sonar, MG-553 «Shkert» hydroacoustic measuring instrument of speed of a sound, MG-512 «Vint» own-ship cavitation detector, MG-518 «Sever» echo sounder EW, «Tobol-AT» navigation complex, «Molniya-LM1» communications complex
Project 667AK Akson – 1 unit: «Zvezdochka», Severodvinsk – K-403 1979-1983. 8675/9190 tons, 151,8x11,7x7,9 m, all weapons removed, 16,5/27 knots, crew - 120 (57 officers), 100 days, MGK-500 «Skat» sonar complex, MG-509 «Radian» mine detection sonar, «Medvedica» navigation complex, «Molniya-LM» communications complex. For acoustic system for russian submarines of 3-th generation trials.
Project 09780 Akson-2 – 1+1 units: «Zvezdochka», Severodvinsk – K-403 1991-23.10.1996, «Zvezda», Bolshoy Kamen` – K-415 from 6.08.1987-not completed. «Irtysh-Amfora» sonar complex, «Simfoniya» navigation complex. For acoustic system for russian submarines of 4-th generation trials.
Project 09774 – 1 unit: «Zvezdochka», Severodvinsk – K-411 20.10.1983-30.12.1990. 9408/10950 tons, 162,5õ11,7õ8,3 m, all armament removed, 2x375 hp PG-137 electric motors, 13,2/21,9 knots, 2x500 kW diesel-generators instead of 2x460 kW diesel-generators, 1 bow and 1 stern thrusters, crew - 106 (42 officers), MGK-300 «Rubin» sonar complex, MG-509 «Radian» mine detection sonar. "Mothership" for special nuclear deep-diving submarines (Project 18511).
«Sigma-667» navigation complex replaced by «Tobol-667A» (except Ê-26, 32, 207, 216)
Following communications complexes have been established: «Molniya» (from 1970) or «Molniya-L» (from 1974)
Non-realized updatings of the project: Project 667 – with D-4 missile complex (R-21 ballistic missiles); Project 667AN – convert K-418 to underwater geophysical laboratory; Project 667V – with D-5K missile complex (R-27K ballistic missiles); Project 667MV; Project 667M3, Project 667SP


Fleets

Northern Fleet: Ê-26, 32, 137, 140, 207, 210, 214, 216, 219, 228, 241, 245, 249, 253, 395, 403, 408 (from 27.03.1971 Pacific Fleet), 411, 415 (from 8.04.1972 Pacific Fleet), 418, 420, 423, 426, 444
Pacific Fleet: Ê-236, 252, 258, 389, 399, 430, 434, 436, 446, 451


Hull Numbers

K-137: 335(1967), 826?
K-140: 838(1990)
K-228: 861(1991)
K-241: 846(1991)
K-253: 687(1991)
K-389: 644(1990)
K-395: 891(1996)
K-403: 633(2000)
K-411: 697(1991), 601(2000)
K-420: 622(1991), 619(1991), 863(667Ì)
K-423: 686(1991)
K-426: 876(1990)
K-444: 804(1991)


Decommissioned

1986 – K-219 (3.10, sank after an explosion and fire on board near Bermuda)
1988 – K-26 (17.07), K-210 (17.07), K-216 (17.07), K-249 (17.07), K-408 (17.07), K-415 (17.07)
1989 – K-207 (30.05), K-252 (17.03), K-418 (17.03), K-434 (17.03)
1990 – K-32 (19.04), K-140 (19.04), K-236 (1.09), K-389 (19.04), K-399 (19.04), K-426 (19.04)
1991 – K-214 (24.06), K-258 (16.06), K-451 (16.06)
1992 – K-241 (16.06), K-245 (14.03), K-436 (14.03)
1993 – K-253 (30.06), K-446 (17.03)
1994 – K-137 (3.04), K-228 (3.09), K-420 (5.07), K-423 (5.07), K-444 (30.04)
1995 – K-430 (12.01)
2002 – K-395 (1.09)
2004 – K-403 (1.12), K-411


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