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

NATO: Kara Class


Completed

7 units


Ships

Shipyard named after 61 kommunara, Nikolaev

Name
Yard
Laid Down
Launched
Commissioned
Note
Nikolaev
2001
25.06.1968
19.12.1969
31.12.1971
 
Ochakov
2002
19.12.1969
30.04.1971
4.11.1973
 
Kerch
2003
30.04.1971
21.07.1972
25.12.1974
 
Petropavlovsk
2005
9.09.1973
22.11.1974
29.12.1976
 
Tashkent
2006
22.11.1974
5.11.1975
31.12.1977
 
Tallin
2007
5.11.1975
5.11.1976
31.12.1979
from 2.08.1990 - Vladivostok
Azov
2004
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 (knots):33
Range:7100 nmi (18,05 knots), 3000 nmi (32 knots), 2230 nmi (33 knots)
Autonomy (days):30
Propulsion:2x46000 hp M-5 GTA (6000 hp M-62, 2x20000 hp M-8E), 2 fixed pitch propellers, 4x1250 kW GTG-12,5A turbine-type generators, 1x600 kW GTG-6M turbine-type generator
Armament:2x2 B-192 M-11 Shtorm SAM system launchers (80 V-611 (4K60) missiles) 2 4R-60 Grom-M Fire control systems (Project 1134BF - 1x2 B-192 M-11 Shtorm SAM system launcher (40 V-611 missiles) 1 4R-60 Grom-M Fire control system)
6x1 B-203 M41 S-300F Fort SAM system launchers (48 V-500R (5V55RM) missiles) (Project 1134BF) 3R41 Volna fire control system
2x2 ZIF-122 4K33 Osa-M SAM system launchers (40 933 missiles) 2 4R-33 Fire control systems
2x2 76 mm AK-726 (4800 rounds) - MR-105 Turel Fire control system
4x6 30 mm AK-630 (8000 rounds) - 2 MR-123 Vympel-A Fire control systems (on Nikolaev - from 1973)
2x1 45 mm 21KM
2x4 KT-M-1134A URPK-3 Metel universal anti-submarine guided-missile complex launchers (8 85R missiles) (2007 - 2x4 KT-100U1 URK-5 Rastrub-A launchers(85RU missiles))
2x5 533 mm PTA-53-1134B torpedo tubes (10 53-65K, SET-53, SET-53M, SET-65 torpedoes) - Tifon-1134B Fire control system (Project 1134BF - 2x2 533 mm DTA-53-1134BF torpedo tubes (4 torpedoes))
2x12 RBU-6000 Smerch-2 (144 RGB-60) - Burya-1134 Fire control system
2x6 RBU-1000 Smerch-3 (60 RGB-10)
1 Ka-25 helicopter
Electronics:MR-600 Voskhod air/surface search radar, MR-310A Angara-A air/surface search radar, 2 Gurzuf ESM radar systems, 2 Gurzuf-1 ESM radar systems, MR-262 Ograda ESM radar system, MP-401 Start ESM radar system, Koltco ESM radar system (2003), MRP-15-16 Zaliv reconnaissance radar (2001, 2002), 2 MRP-11-14M reconnaissance radars (2001, 2002), 2 Volga navigation radars, Don navigation radar, 2 Nikhrom-KM and 4 Nickel-KM IFF, ARP-50R radio direction finder, Titan-2 sonar MG-332 (from 2003 - MG-332T Titan-2T), MG-325 Vega sonar, MG-26 Khosta underwater communication system, 2 MG-7 Braslet anti-saboteur sonars (2006, 2007), MG-409K sonar, MG-33, MI-110R, MI-110K submarine-search station, MVU-202 Koren-1134B combat information control system, Shtyr-2M navigational complex (from 2004), R-790 Tcunami-BM communication complex (from 2004), PK-2 decoy RL (ZIF-121 launcher) - Tertciya Fire control system
Complement: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 Sevmorzavod named after S. Ordzhonikidze, Sevastopol, from 11.11.1987. Ka-27 helicopter instead of Ka-25, 4x4 anti-ship missile complex 3K24 Uran launchers KT-184 (16 3M24 missiles) instead of PTA-53-1134B torpedo tubes, SAM system Shtorm modernised to Shtorm-M (V-611M missiles), SAM system Osa-M modernised to Osa-MA2, 2x4 URK-5 Rastrub-B launchers KT-100U1 (85RU or 85RUS missiles) instead of 2x4 URPK-3 Metel launchers KT-M-1134A, MR-123 Vympel modernised to MR-123-02 Vympel, Forum radar complex (MR-700 Podberezovik air/surface search radar, MR-750 Fregat-M2 air/surface search radar) instead of MR-600 Voskhod air/surface search radar and MR-310A Angara-A air/surface search radar, 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 (ZIF-121-02 launcher), RBU-1000 was removed, added communication complex Buran-5. 32 kts, 6500 nm, crew - 430
Project 11347 0+1 unit: Tashkent at Shipyard named after 61 kommunara, Nikolaev 4x8 3S14 VLS (UKSK 3K14 Kalibr-NK 32 missiles) instead of stern 1x2 B-192 M-11 Shtorm launcher, Monument radar complex
On Petropavlovsk from 1977 - Ka-27 helicopter, RBU-1000 was removed
SAM system M-11 Shtorm modernised to Shtorm-M: Azov, Nikolaev in 1975-78
SAM system Shtorm-M modernised up to Shtorm-N (V-611M (4K65) missiles): Azov in 1985, Kerch in 1984-88
2x4universal anti-submarine guided-missile complex URPK-3 Metel launchers KT-M-1134A was replaced by 2x4 URK-5 Rastrub-B launchers KT-100U1 (85RU missiles) - 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 satellite 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 11346 Azov modernization, Project 11348 Azov modernization with 3M48 S-300FM Fort-M SAM missile complex


Fleets

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


Hull Numbers

Azov: 532(1975), 524(1978), 710(1978?), 158(1981), 701(1984), 717(1987), 701(1989)
Kerch: 524(1974), 529(1975), 539(1976), 534(1977), 703(1978), 715(1979), 707(1982), 708(1984), 703(1985), 708(1987), 714, 717(1989), 711(05.1990), 713(1999), 753(01.2016)
Nikolaev: 538(1971), 155(1972), 539(1972), 521(1973), 523(1974), 526(1975), 539(1975), 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), 715(1979), 745(06.1979), 716(1979), 527(1979), 175(1980), 530(1983), 703(1986), 714(1988), 707(1.05.1990)
Petropavlovsk: 536(1976), 527(1977), 530(1978), 732(1978), 712(1979), 558(1980), 565(1982), 591(1985), 521(1985), 561(1990), 516(1993)
Tallin: 711(1979), 531(1980), 730(1981), 584(1984), 597(1984), 547(1985), 531(1987), 541(1990), 578(1993)
Tashkent: 528(1977), 716(1978), 705(1979), 543(1981), 556(1982), 712(1984), 573(31.03.1985), 516(1987), 518(1988)


Decommissioned

1992 Nikolaev (29.10), Tashkent (3.07)
1994 Vladivostok (5.07)
1997 Petropavlovsk (26.02)
1998 Azov (30.05)
2010 Ochakov (17.09)
2020 Kerch (15.02)


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