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2.5.12. Project 671, 671 V, 671 K (Yersy) - Victor-I Class

Project 671, 671 V, 671 K (Yersy) - Victor-I Class

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Drawing of 671, 671 V, 671 K (Jersj) - Victor-I
Northern Fleet Pacific Fleet Total
In service 0 0 0
Inactive 13 2 15
Dismantled 1 0 1
Number [228] 15

Technical Data

Length: 94.3 m Displacement: 3 500/4 750 tons
Beam: 10 m Maximum Diving Depth: 350 m
Draught: 7.3 m Hull: Low magnetic steel
Speed: 24 knots Crew: 94

Compartments: 7

  1. accommodations
  2. control room
  3. reactor compartment
  4. turbines
  5. auxiliary machinery
  6. accommodations
  7. electric-motor and steering

Reactor

One pressurised water reactor, model OK-300 with a VM-4 type reactor core generating 75 MWt (31 000 hp).

Naval Architects

Construction Company-16, Malakhit, G.N. Chernyshev.

Construction Yard

The Victor-I submarines were built at the Admiralty Shipyard in St. Petersburg from 1965 to 1974.

Base

Those submarines that have not yet been taken out of service are based at Gremikha.

Individual Submarines

K-38,
factory no. 600. Laid down in January 1965. Launched in October 1965 and commissioned on November 5, 1967.
B-369,
formerly registered as K-69, factory no. 601.
K-147,
factory no. 602. Remains in service.[229]
K-53,
factory no. 603.
K-306,
factory no. 604.
K-323,
factory no. 605. The submarine is now moored in Severodvinsk where it is awaiting dismantling. It was scheduled to be defuelled in 1995.[230]
K-370,
factory no. 606.
K-438,
factory no. 608.
K-367,
factory no. 609.
K-314,
factory no. 610. See chapter 8 for accident.
K-398,
factory no. 611
K-454,
factory no. 612. Laid up in 1994 as a reserve submarine for the Pacific Fleet.[231]
K-462,
factory no. 613.
K-469,
factory no. 614.
K-481,
factory no. 615. The reactors were defuelled between November 1 and December 5, 1993, and their fuel transferred to PM-12, a service ship of the Project 2020 - Malina class. Today the submarine is partially dismantled and is moored at the Nerpa Naval Repair Yard.[232] Two floating pontoons will be mounted onto the reactor compartment which was scheduled to be towed to Sayda Bay for storage over the course of autumn 1995.

Footnotes
[228] Problems with decommisoning of nuclear submarines and protection of the environment i the arctic areas., page 26-27, Severodvinsk, March 15.-16. 1995. Return
[229] Mormul, N., Note, 1995.. Return
[230] Problems with decommisoning of nuclear submarines and protection of the environment i the arctic areas., Severodvinsk, March 15.-16. 1995. Return
[231] Pavlov, A. S., Military Vessels in the Soviet Union and Russia 1945-1995,1994. Return
[232] Decree no. 514 of the Russian Government signed by J. Gaiydar, July 21, 1992. Return

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