The Project 22800 Karakurt-class corvette "Odintsovo" has passed state trials, the Russian Defense Ministry’s press office said.
Tag Archives : Project 22800
03 Aug 2020
The Amur Shipyard in Komsomolsk-on-Amur in Russia's Far East held a keel laying ceremony for the Project 22800 Karakurt-class corvette 'Pavlovsk' on 29 July. This is the 16th corvette of the Karakurt-class and it is intended for the Russian Pacific Fleet, the Defense Ministry’s press office said.
31 Jul 2020
Zaliv Shipyard in Crimea launched the fourth Karakurt-class corvette of project 22800, "Tsiklon" (Cyclone) on 24 July the Russian Defense Ministry said.
21 May 2020
The Black Sea fleet is actively developing into a self-sufficient and balanced force.
19 May 2020
The Russian Navy's Baltic fleet will receive a series of six Karakurt-class corvettes of project 22800. Four of them will be armed with Pantsir-M air defense launchers, Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov said.
19 Feb 2020
The Project 22800 Karakurt-class missile corvette Odintsovo built by the Pella Shipyard in St. Petersburg in northwest Russia has started dock trials to check the operation of some life support, radio navigation and communication systems and the main powerplant, the Defense Ministry’s press office said.
31 Dec 2019
The Amur Shipyard laid the third Karakurt-class corvette of project 22800. The Navy commander-in-chief ruled to call it the Ussuriisk, the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) said.
09 Dec 2019
The Pella Shipyard in St. Petersburg in northwest Russia has completed the construction of the Project 22800 missile corvette Odintsovo (NATO reporting name: Karakurt-class), the Defense Ministry’s press office said.
06 Nov 2019
Project 22800 Karakurt-class corvettes will become the basis for the development of small antisubmarine warfare ships. They will reliably defend the Russian coast from adversary submarines. The small ships will make it difficult to track Russian nuclear ballistic missile submarines close to the naval bases where they are the most vulnerable, the Izvestia daily writes.