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Nuclear-powered cruise missile submarines
Project 670 Skat

NATO: Charlie I class


Completed

11 units


Ships

Krasnoe Sormovo named after A.A.Zhdanov, Gorky

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
K-43
701
9.05.1964
2.08.1966
6.11.1967
from 30.08.1984 - UTS-550, from 1.03.1991 - K-43, from 28.04.1992 - B-43
K-87
702
6.02.1965
20.03.1966
28.12.1968
from 15.01.1978 - K-212
K-25
703
2.12.1965
31.07.1968
30.12.1968
 
K-143
704
25.11.1966
29.04.1969
31.10.1969
from 25.07.1977 - K-121, from 28.04.1992 - B-121
K-313
705
14.07.1966
16.07.1969
16.12.1969
from 28.04.1992 - B-313
K-308
711
29.12.1967
19.02.1970
20.09.1970
from 28.04.1992 - B-308
K-320
712
30.04.1968
27.03.1971
15.09.1971
from 28.04.1992 - B-320
K-302
713
17.01.1969
11.07.1970
1.12.1970
from 28.04.1992 - B-302
K-325
714
6.09.1969
4.06.1971
5.11.1971
 
K-429
715
26.01.1971
22.04.1972
15.09.1972
from 5.03.1987 - UTS-130
K-201
721
16.11.1971
26.08.1972
26.12.1972
from 28.04.1992 - B-201


General characteristics - Project 670

Displacement (tons):
Surfaced:3574
Submerged:4430
Dimensions (m):
Length:95,55
Beam:9,6
Draught:7,81
Speed (knots):
Surfaced:12
Submerged: 26
Range:Unlimited
Diving depth (m):
Operational:240
Maximum:300
Endurance (days):60
Propulsion:1x89 MW OK-350 nuclear reactor, 1x18800 hp GTZA-631, 1 fixed pitch propeller (on some submarines (K-87) 1 fixed pitch tandem propeller), 2x370 hp electric motors, 2x2000 kW TMVV-2 generators, 1x500 kW DG-500/1Vgenerator
Armament:

8x1 SM-97 launchers - P-40 Ametist anti-ship missiles (4K66)
4533 mm bow torpedo tubes (14 SET-65, SAET-60M, 53-65K torpedoes, MG-14 Anabar torpedo decoy) Ladoga-P-670 fire control
2400 mm bow torpedo tubes (4 SET-40 torpedoes, MGT-2, MG-14 Anabar torpedo decoy, MG-44 Korund-1 torpedo decoy)

Electronics:RLK-101 "Albatros" or MRK-50 "Kaskad" radar complex, MRP-10 "Zaliv-P" reconnaissance radar, "Khrom-KM" IFF, "Veslo-P" surface radar, MGK-100 "Kerch-670" sonar complex (MG-14 sonar, MG-23, MG-29, MG-10 "Kola" noise detection sonar), MG-17 sonar, "Brest" combat information control system, "Sigma-670" navigation complex
Complement:86 (23 officers)

Schematics

Nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine - Project 670
Nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine - Project 670


Modernizations

Project 06709 Boksit 1 unit: K-43 in Zvezda, Bloshoy Kamen`. 8.07.1983-27.12.1984. Re-equipment under requirements of the Indian Navy. Sonar complex MGK-400 Rubikon instead of MGK-100 Kerch-670, added MG-519 Arfa mine detection and avoidance sonar. From 30.08.1984 was classified as training station
On K-87, 302, 308, 313, 320MGK-400 Rubikon sonar instead of MGK-100 Kerch-670
Training stations: UTS-130 (K-429)
Non-realized updatings of the project: Project 670A - with P-120 Malakhit anti-ship cruise missiles (4K85)


Fleets

Northern Fleet: -25 (from 15.11.1984 Pacific Fleet), 43 (from 17.12.1980 Pacific Fleet), 87 (from 13.11.1978 Pacific Fleet), 143 (from 6.10.1983 Pacific Fleet), 201 (from 13.11.1978 Pacific Fleet), 302 (from 28.09.1988 Pacific Fleet), 308 (from 31.10.1985 Pacific Fleet), 313 (from 25.09.1986 Pacific Fleet), 320 (from 25.09.1979 Pacific Fleet), 325 (from 13.11.1978 Pacific Fleet), 429 (from 30.04.1977 Pacific Fleet)


Hull Numbers

K-25: 700(1990)


Decommissioned

1990 K-87 (19.04)
1991 K-25 (24.06), K-325 (24.06)
1992 K-43 (3.07), K-308 (30.07), K-313 (3.07)
1993 K-143 (30.06), K-302 (30.06)
1994 K-320 (5.07)
1998 K-201


Export

India: 1 unit
Chakra S71 (till 5.01.1988 K-43). Returned 1.03.1991

 
   

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